Paper #1%2c Boning An.docx - An1 Franz Liszt 1 Franz Liszt 1820 Appeared in concerts at Pressburg and Sopron 1820 Received financial sponsorship for his

Paper #1%2c Boning An.docx - An1 Franz Liszt 1 Franz Liszt...

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An1 Franz Liszt 1. Franz Liszt (October 22, 1811- July 31, 1886) 1820- Appeared in concerts at Pressburg and Sopron. 1820- Received financial sponsorship for his musical education in Vienna. 1822- Had a successful public debut in Vienna at a concert at the “Landständischer Saal”. 1824- Moved to Paris, after his father’s death. 1830- Sketched a “Revolutionary Symphony”, after the influence of the July Revolution. 1833- Made transcriptions of Berlioz’s works including “Symphonie Fantastique”. 1835- He got married to the Countess Marie d’Agoult who joined him in Geneva. 1844- The couple separated. 1842- Awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Königsberg. 1847- He played in Kiev where he met Carolyne zu Sayn-Wittgenstein. 1865- He received four minor orders of porter, lector, exorcist, and acolyte. 1866- His composition of the Hungarian coronation ceremony. 1881- Fell down the stairs of a hotel in Weimar. 1886- Died in Bayreuth, Germany, aged 74. 2. Born in the village of Doborján in Sopron County, the Austrian Empire. 1823- Gave a concert in Vienna. 1823- Left Vienna for Paris to attend a concert by virtuoso violinist Paganini. 1848- Went to Weimar, Germany, where he acted as conductor at the court concerts and on special occasions at the theatre. 1861- Retired to Rome.
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An2 3. Franz Liszt was the son of Adam Liszt, a pianist, violinist, and guitarist who played cello. Franz listened to his father’s piano playing at the age of six and showed great interest in sacred and Romani music. One year later, he was already taught playing the piano by his
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