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Kissin Giving Liszt to the World

Kissin’s on-going world tour is devoted entirely to works by Franz Liszt, to mark the 200th anniversary and which means appearances at the most distinguished venues around the world, including La Scala, Concertgebouw, Barbican and Carnegie Hall. Read more >>

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« on: May 28, 2014, 06:26:52 PM »

Yes, that is the actual title of the work. Looking for leads on where I can purchase (i.e. used/vintage out of print ) volumes i and ii of this three volume fun set of pieces (19 in total). I have volume three, but the first two thirds of the set are a bit of a bugger to find (I may end up just doing ILL but if I can have my own original hard copies, I prefer that to add to my single 3rd vol in my collection).

Previn did a wonderful recording of these, which I listen to and highly recommend, they are such fun!!:


Volume One   -
Five Songs Without Mendelssohn:
Whistling Boy on Horseback
The Same Boy, Five Years Later , in Paris
My Neighbor Studies Voice
My Father Plays Pizzicato
An Aimless Walk in the Woods

Volume Two -
Six Technical Studies(Which Will Teach You Nothing)
Prelude
Melody for the Left Hand
Melody for the Right Hand
Minor Seconds
Safe on Third
In Fifth Form

(I have this one);
Volume Three -
Eight Studies in Musicology(Which Will Teach You a Great Deal) -
Mozart Without One Mistake
How to Handel a Bach Violin Solo
How to be a Soviet Composer
The Piano in the Distance Playing Chopin
Shostakovich's Vacation on a Collective Farm
Liszt, My Children(And You Shall Hear an Enharmonic Change)
Aaron Copland Shakes Hands With Abe Lincoln
Tchaikowsky's Last Waltz
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« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2014, 11:29:26 AM »

They're in the Teo Macero collection of the NY public library, and from time to time on e-bay.

Other library leads on WorldCat.
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« Reply #2 on: May 29, 2014, 01:04:42 PM »

They're in the Teo Macero collection of the NY public library, and from time to time on e-bay.

Other library leads on WorldCat.
thank you  Wink
yes i am beginning to think ILL like i mentioned in the post is probably my best shot, too bad actually purchasing my own copies is proving to be so difficult, but at least  i am not empty handed, i do have part of  them, will keep looking, but thanks again.

anyone else with a lead on purchase?   Cheesy
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« Reply #3 on: June 20, 2016, 01:33:59 PM »

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still looking for any promising leads on volumes i and ii, not been able to wrangle anything in past two years, any info would be most appreciated.
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