Performed by Martha Goldstein on an Erard piano Problems playing this file? See media help. However, it is likely that the title did not originate with Liszt. It is also a study in the way hands should affect the melody with its many accentuations, or phrasing with alternating hands.
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Performed by Martha Goldstein on an Erard piano Problems playing this file? See media help. However, it is likely that the title did not originate with Liszt. It is also a study in the way hands should affect the melody with its many accentuations, or phrasing with alternating hands. The melody is quite dramatic, almost Impressionistic, radically changing in dynamics at times, and has inspired many listeners.
Un sospiro consists of a flowing background superimposed by a simple melody written in the third staff. This third staff—an additional treble staff—is written with the direction to the performer that notes with the stem up are for the right hand and notes with the stem down are for the left hand.
The background alternates between the left and right hands in such a way that for most of the piece, while the left hand is playing the harmony, the right hand is playing the melody, and vice versa, with the left hand crossing over the right as it continues the melody for a short while before regressing again.
There are also small cadenza sections requiring delicate fingerwork throughout the middle section of the piece. Towards the end, after the main climax of the piece, both hands are needed to cross in an even more complex pattern. Since there are so many notes to be played rapidly and they are too far away from other clusters of notes that must be played as well, the hands are required to cross multiple times to reach dramatic notes near the end of the piece on the last page.
Use in film and television[ edit ] The piece has appeared in a number of films and television series, including:.
Liszt – La Leggierezza – Buniatishvili, Piano
It is also a study in the way hands should affect the melody with its many accentuations, or phrasing with alternating hands. Liszt — Trois Etudes de Concert No. Performer Pages Peter Bradley-Fulgoni piano. The first measure of the melody then becomes the material for a series of quick modulations A flat major to B flat minor to B minor to E major.
LISZT LEGGIEREZZA PDF
More information about this can be found here. Problems playing this file? Franz Liszt List of compositions by Franz Liszt. From the History of the Tchaikovsky Competition Phonodocuments. Editor Emil von Sauer — Liszt was himself a virtuoso pianist; due to having unusually flexible fourth fingers,  he was able to easily play many complex patterns generally considered difficult.
Liszt – La Leggierezza – Argerich, Piano
Moogushakar Leggirrezza the title indicates, they are intended not only for the acquisition of a better technique, but also for concert performance. IMSLP does not assume any sort of legal responsibility or liability for the consequences of downloading files that are not in the public domain in your country. Hungarian Fantasy Piano Concerto No. Great Pianists of the 20th Century: Following the cascade, the solo line is heard in one more measure, gently anticipating the entrance of the main theme. Great Pianists of the Century.