Some little known late piano works of Liszt (1869-1886)

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Some little known late piano works of Liszt (1869-1886)

Postby Funper » Fri Jun 18, 2010 4:06 pm

Short version:

Do you have access to the digital library of the University of Washington?

If so, you might be able to help us.

All you have to do is to log on to the library, save this file: https://digital.lib.washington.edu/dspace/handle/1773/11344
and send it to my e-mail, [email deleted, private file sharing not allowed]

The file contains non-copyrighted material, which is our sole interest in this item. It is perfectly legal to distribute something non-copyrighted, but if you believe your anonymity is important then rest assure that it will be maintained.

In order to prevent duplicated effort, I will make sure to close this thread as soon as someone replies.

Thanks.

Long version, for those who are interested: :D

Robert Lee Charles wrote a 473 pages dissertation in which he included some reprints of autographs and rare Liszt scores, all of which are in the public domain, hence they are not copyrighted and should be the natural right of anybody with internet access.

This dissertation is available digitally through the library of the University of Washington, where I created an account in hope of accessing the dissertation, but the site gives all item as "restricted". If you have access to it, all you have to do, is to save it and send the PDF to my e-mail: a pretty painless task but something extremely helpful for the the musical community. I will thus be able to extract these non-copyrighted scores and upload them on the Wiki for worldwide public use. Please e-mail me at [email deleted, private file sharing not allowed] or post here.

The link to the dissertation is as follows: https://digital.lib.washington.edu/dspa ... 1773/11344

Good! Now, you're halfway there :)

The following is the description given in Worldcat. These are presumably works and arrangements made by Liszt:

Contains xerographic reproductions of the following music:
Liszt: Vive Henri IV (Autograph).
Liszt: Von der Wiege bis zum Grabe (Berlin, 1882).
Liszt: Valse de concert after János Végh's piano duet Deuxième suite en forme de valse (New York, 189-?).
János Végh: Deuxième suite en forme de valse (Budapest, 1882?).
Liszt: Rákóczy march (2nd. version. Leipzig, 1871).
Liszt: Rákóczy march (2nd. version for 2 pianos. Leipzig, 1871?).
Liszt: Die Zelle in Nonnenwerth: Elegie (Köln, 1883).
Liszt: Hungarian rhapsody no. 19 (Wien, 189-?).
Liszt: Adagio for piano duet from the finale of Mozart's Die Zauberflöte (Autograph).
Liszt: Provençalisches Minnelied after Robert Schumann's Provençalisches Lied, op. 139, no. 4 (Berlin, 1881).
R. Schumann: Provençalisches Lied from Des Sängers Fluch, op. 139, no. 4.
Liszt: Tarantelle after César Cui's Tarantella op. 12 (Paris, 1885).
César Cui: Tarantella op. 12 (4-hand version. St. Petersburg, 186-?)
Liszt: Adagio for piano duet from the finale of Mozart's Die Zauberflöte (Autograph).
Liszt: Provençalisches Minnelied after Robert Schumann's Provencalisched Lied, op. 139, no. 4 (Berlin, 1881).
R. Schumann: Provencalisches Lied from Des Sängers Fluch, op. 139, no. 4.
Liszt: Tarantelle after César Cui's Tarantella op. 12 (Paris, 1885).
César Cui: Tarantella op. 12 (4-hand version. St. Petersburg, 186-?)


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Re: Some little known late piano works of Liszt (1869-1886)

Postby Funper » Sat Jul 14, 2012 10:09 pm

I finally found it but the quality is sadly not good enough...


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