Liszt - The Art of Remembering | Avie AV2355

Liszt - The Art of Remembering

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Label: Avie

Cat No: AV2355

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Instrumental

Release Date: 6th November 2015

Contents

Works

Liszt, Franz

Apparitions, S155
» no.1 Senza lentezza quasi allegretto
Bagatelle sans tonalite, S216a
En reve - Nocturne, S207
Etude en douze exercises, S136
» no.9 Allegro grazioso in A flat major
Etudes d'execution transcendante (12), S139
» no.7 in E flat major 'Eroica'
» no.8 in C minor 'Wilde Jagd'
» no.9 in A flat major 'Ricordanza'
Klavierstucke (5), S192
» no.1 Sehr langsam
» no.5 Sospiri! (Andante)
Liebestraume, S541
» no.2 Nocturne in E flat major
Petite valse favorite, S212
Schlaflos! Frage und Antwort, S203
Symphonie fantastique (Berlioz), S470
» IV Marche au supplice
Trauervorspiel und Trauermarsch, S206
Valses oubliees (4), S215

Artists

Olivia Sham (piano)

Works

Liszt, Franz

Apparitions, S155
» no.1 Senza lentezza quasi allegretto
Bagatelle sans tonalite, S216a
En reve - Nocturne, S207
Etude en douze exercises, S136
» no.9 Allegro grazioso in A flat major
Etudes d'execution transcendante (12), S139
» no.7 in E flat major 'Eroica'
» no.8 in C minor 'Wilde Jagd'
» no.9 in A flat major 'Ricordanza'
Klavierstucke (5), S192
» no.1 Sehr langsam
» no.5 Sospiri! (Andante)
Liebestraume, S541
» no.2 Nocturne in E flat major
Petite valse favorite, S212
Schlaflos! Frage und Antwort, S203
Symphonie fantastique (Berlioz), S470
» IV Marche au supplice
Trauervorspiel und Trauermarsch, S206
Valses oubliees (4), S215

Artists

Olivia Sham (piano)

About

Avie introduces pianist Olivia Sham, whose debut recording, ‘Liszt: The Art of Remembering’, explores links between Franz Liszt’s evolving compositional technique and the development of the nineteenth-century piano. She performs early works including Etudes d'exécution transcendante and the arrangement of 'Marche au supplice' from Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique on two different Parisian Érard pianos from the 1840s, and later works such as Valse oubliée on a modern Steinway.

Australian-born pianist Olivia Sham is now a resident of London, where she recently completed a doctorate degree at the Royal Academy of Music.

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