Liszt: Ballades

G. Henle Verlag - HN490

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    1. Composer: Franz Liszt
    2. Editors: Rena Charnin Mueller, Ernst-Günter Heinemann
    3. Fingering: Andreas Groethuysen
    4. Instrumentation: Piano
    5. ISMN: 979-020180490-3
    6. Size: 9.3 x 12.2 inches
    7. Pages: 46
    8. Urtext / Critical Edition

    Liszt wrote his two Ballades in 1845–49 and 1853 during a time of personal turmoil. The successful virtuoso increasingly saw himself as a composer who strove after formal clarity, as shown by the B minor sonata that was also composed in 1853. When Liszt began work on the first Ballade, he had just separated from his mistress of many years, Marie Comtesse d'Agoult. He called the first sketches for the work Dernières Illusions. A better-known work is the second Ballade in B minor, with whose ending he struggled (the two fortissimo endings in Liszt's autograph have been published for the first time in the appendix to this edition).

  • Contains the following pieces:
    1. Ballad I in D-flat Major (1849)
    2. Ballad No. 2 in B Minor, S 171
  • Syllabi containing pieces in this book include:
    1. RCM Piano 2015: ARCT in Performance

Type: Sheet Music