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20.10.2019

Bagatelle Without Tonality

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  1. Liszt*, Alfred Brendel - Sonata In B Minor / Dante Sonata / Bagatelle Without Tonality / Hungarian Rhapsody No 11 ‎ (LP) Turnabout, Turnabout TV DS, TVDS.
  2. Works such as Bagatelle sans tonalité ("Bagatelle without Tonality") foreshadow in intent, if not in exact manner, composers who would further explore the modern concept of atonality. Liszt's work also foreshadowed the impressionism that would characterize the work of Debussy and Ravel, as shown in Les Jeux d'Eaux à la Villa d'Este (The.
  3. Other articles where Bagatelle Without Tonality is discussed: Franz Liszt: Last years: and one late work called Bagatelle Without Tonality anticipates Béla Bartók and even Arnold Schoenberg.
  4. Franz Liszt - Franz Liszt - Years with Marie d’Agoult: In Liszt emerged as a mature composer with the solo piano piece Harmonies poétiques et religieuses, based on a collection of poems by Lamartine, and the set of three Apparitions. The lyrical style of these works is in marked contrast to his youthful compositions, which reflected the style of his teacher Czerny.
  5. This collection includes three pieces that seem to be largely experimental in character and full of dissonance composed during the last period of Liszt's life: Bagatelle without tonality (also called Bagatelle in no key), composed in but unpublished until , consists of a short melodic pattern stretched until it can go no further.
  6. The essentially bacchanalian Mephisto-Waltz No. 3 and Bagatelle Without Tonality suit Pesce’s subcategory under “new works,” waltzes and marches. Lacking a tonal center, Bagatelle Without Tonality is one of Liszt’s most experimental and highly chromatic piano pieces through which the listener can receive a glimpse into the composer’s.
  7. Apr 01,  · In this essay, I explore historical and theoretical issues germane to an understanding of an piano composition with an intriguing title: LisztÕs Bagatelle ohne Tonart --a bagatelle "without tonality" or "without a key." After briefly describing the workÕs history and musical associations with other compositions by Liszt, I survey two present-day approaches that reveal ways in which the.
  8. Liszt: Mephisto Waltz no. 4 (Bagatelle without tonality) Liszt: Mephisto Waltz no. 1; July 10, Jackson Hole WY (Grand Teton Music Festival) Bach/Busoni: Chaconne; Busoni: Berceuse; Chopin: Sonata no. 2; Hough: Piano Sonata no. 4 (Vida Breve) Liszt: Funerailles; Liszt: Mephisto Waltz no. 4 (Bagatelle without tonality) Liszt: Mephisto Waltz.
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sonata In B Minor / Dante Sonata / Bagatelle Without Tonality / Hungarian Rhapsody No 11 on Discogs.

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