Liszt Collection [Limited Edition]

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All Music Guide - Blair Sanderson
In commemoration of the 200th anniversary of Franz Liszt's birth, Deutsche Grammophon has assembled a limited-edition, 34-CD collection, housed in a sturdy cubic package that many collectors will covet for its impressive appearance. But this comprehensive set is really aimed at serious Liszt aficionados who appreciate the diverse ways of playing this arch-Romantic's passionate music. With pianists such as Claudio Arrau, Daniel Barenboim, Jorge Bolet, Alice Sara Ott, Roberto Szidon, Krystian Zimerman, among several others, and conductors such as Bernard Haitink, Herbert von Karajan, Seiji Ozawa, Giuseppe Sinopoli, and Georg Solti, the world-class performances have been ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Blair Sanderson
In commemoration of the 200th anniversary of Franz Liszt's birth, Deutsche Grammophon has assembled a limited-edition, 34-CD collection, housed in a sturdy cubic package that many collectors will covet for its impressive appearance. But this comprehensive set is really aimed at serious Liszt aficionados who appreciate the diverse ways of playing this arch-Romantic's passionate music. With pianists such as Claudio Arrau, Daniel Barenboim, Jorge Bolet, Alice Sara Ott, Roberto Szidon, Krystian Zimerman, among several others, and conductors such as Bernard Haitink, Herbert von Karajan, Seiji Ozawa, Giuseppe Sinopoli, and Georg Solti, the world-class performances have been taken from the label's deep backlist and can be guaranteed for quality interpretations and masterful playing. Some of the world's great orchestras are here, including the Berlin Philharmonic, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Staatskapelle Dresden, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the Budapest Festival Orchestra, and the London Symphony Orchestra, so Liszt's piano concertos and major orchestral compositions are as splendidly performed as his solo keyboard music, choral works, and lieder. The recordings date from 1960 to 1998, so there is a mix of first-rate analog and exceptional digital reproduction, so collectors will find the variances in sound quality to be minor.
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  • Release Date: 6/28/2011
  • Label: Deutsche Grammophon
  • UPC: 028947795254
  • Catalog Number: 001571102

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Dante Symphony (Eine Symphonie zu Dantes Divina Commedia), for orchestra, S. 109 (LW G14) - Giuseppe Sinopoli & Franz Liszt (52:31)
  2. 2 Faust Symphony (I & II), for orchestra or soloist, male chorus & orchestra, S. 108 (LW G12) - Giuseppe Sinopoli & Franz Liszt (67:07)
  3. 3 Concerto pathétique (I & II), for 2 pianos, S. 258 (LW C18) - John Ogdon & Franz Liszt (20:00)
  4. 4 Malédiction, for piano & string orchestra (or string sextet), S. 121 (LW H1) - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (15:19)
  5. 5 Hungarian Fantasy (Fantasie über ungarische Volksmelodien), for piano & orchestra, S. 123 (LW H12) - Franz Liszt & Shura Cherkassky (15:55)
  6. 6 Totentanz, for piano & orchestra, S. 126 (LW H8) - Franz Liszt & Boston Symphony Orchestra (15:12)
  7. 7 Piano Concerto No. 2 in A major, S. 125 (LW H6) - Franz Liszt & Boston Symphony Orchestra (21:58)
  8. 8 Piano Concerto No. 1 in E flat major, S. 124 (LW H4) - Franz Liszt & Boston Symphony Orchestra (18:34)
  9. 9 Rhapsodie espagnole (Folies d'Espagne et jota aragonesa), for piano, S. 254 (LW A195) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (13:19)
  10. 10 Hungarian Rhapsodies (19), for piano, S. 244 (LW A132) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (142:31)
  11. 11 Hungarian Rhapsodies (6), for orchestra, S. 359 (LW G21) - Franz Liszt & Budapest Festival Orchestra (59:48)
  12. 12 Die Ideale, symphonic poem for orchestra, S. 106 (LW G106) - Franz Liszt & Bernard Haitink (26:58)
  13. 13 Orpheus, symphonic poem for orchestra, S. 98 (LW G9) - Franz Liszt & Bernard Haitink (11:07)
  14. 14 Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne, symphonic poem for orchestra ("Bergsymphonie;" 4 versions), S. 95 (LW G1) - Franz Liszt & Bernard Haitink (30:44)
  15. 15 Hunnenschlacht, symphonic poem for orchestra, S. 105 (LW G17) - Franz Liszt & Bernard Haitink (15:01)
  16. 16 Hamlet, symphonic poem for orchestra, S. 104 (LW G22) - Franz Liszt & Bernard Haitink (14:00)
  17. 17 Hungaria, symphonic poem for orchestra, S. 103 (LW G13) - Franz Liszt & Bernard Haitink (23:12)
  18. 18 Héroïde funèbre (I & II), symphonic poem for orchestra, S. 102 (LW G4) - Franz Liszt & Bernard Haitink (27:16)
  19. 19 Von der Wiege bis zum Grabe (From the Cradle to the Grave), symphonic poem for orchestra, S. 107 (LW A424) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (14:48)
  20. 20 Mephisto Waltz, for orchestra No. 1 (Der Tanz in der Dorfschenke; Episoden No. 2), S. 110/2 (LW G16/2) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (10:44)
  21. 21 Tasso: Lamento e Trionfo, symphonic poem for orchestra (4 versions), S. 96 (LW G2) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (20:43)
  22. 22 Mazeppa, symphonic poem for orchestra, S. 100 (LW G7) - Franz Liszt & Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (15:22)
  23. 23 Festklänge (I & II), symphonic poem for orchestra, S. 101, (LW G10) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (20:21)
  24. 24 Les Préludes, symphonic poem for orchestra, S. 97 (LW G3) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (16:55)
  25. 25 Prometheus (I & II), symphonic poem for orchestra, S. 99 (LW G6) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (12:38)
  26. 26 Années de pèlerinage, 3rd Year, suite for piano, S. 163 (LW A283) - Franz Liszt & Lazar Berman (56:30)
  27. 27 Venezia e Napoli II (3), for piano (Années, supplement to II), S. 162 (LW A197) - Franz Liszt & Lazar Berman (19:18)
  28. 28 Années de pèlerinage, 2nd Year ("Italie"), suite for piano, S. 161 (LW A55) - Franz Liszt & Lazar Berman (51:37)
  29. 29 Années de pèlerinage, 1st Year ("Suisse"), suite for piano, S. 160 (LW A159) - Franz Liszt & Lazar Berman (48:20)
  30. 30 Prometheus, symphonic poem for 2 pianos, S. 639 (LW C14) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (15:10)
  31. 31 Ave Maria (IV), for organ, S. 674b - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (8:02)
  32. 32 Orpheus, symphonic poem for organ, S. 672a (LW E11) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (11:18)
  33. 33 Fantasie & Fuge über das Thema B-A-C-H, for piano, S. 529/2 (LW A250/2) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (12:48)
  34. 34 Präludium und Fuge über das Motiv B.A.C.H., for piano, S. 529/1 (LW A250/1) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (12:49)
  35. 35 Evocation à la Chapelle Sixtine, for organ, harmonium or pedal piano (after Allegri & Mozart), S. 658 (LW E15) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (11:30)
  36. 36 Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen, prelude for piano (after J. S. Bach), S. 179 (LW A198) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (16:56)
  37. 37 Fantasia & Fuge über den Choral "Ad nos, ad salutarem undam", for piano, 4 hands, S. 624 (LW B8) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (30:56)
  38. 38 Phantasiestück über Motive aus Rienzi, transcription for piano (after Wagner), S. 439 (LW A200) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (9:48)
  39. 39 Ballad aus Der fliegende Holländer (after Wagner), for piano, S. 441 (LW A259) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (5:50)
  40. 40 Isoldens Liebestod: Schlußszene aus Tristan und Isolde, transcription for piano (after Wagner), S. 447 (LW A239) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (7:33)
  41. 41 Elsas Traum und Lohengrins Verweis, transcription for piano, (after Wagner: Lohengrin), S. 446/2 (LW A185/2) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (10:34)
  42. 42 Spinnerlied aus Der Fliegenden Holländer, transcription for piano (after Wagner), S. 440 (LW A204) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (6:04)
  43. 43 Einzug der Gäste auf der Wartburg, transcription for 2 pianos (after Wagner: Tannhäuser), S. 445/1, (LW A176/1) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (10:40)
  44. 44 Die Legende von der heilgen Elisabeth, oratorio for soloists chours & orchestra, S. 2 (LW I4) - Franz Liszt & Siegfried Heinrich (110:33)
  45. 45 Enfant, si j'étais Roi, song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 283 (LW N24) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (3:02)
  46. 46 S'il est un charmant gazon, song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 284 (LW N25) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (2:42)
  47. 47 Comment, disaient-ils, song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 276 (LW N12) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (2:32)
  48. 48 Oh! quand je dors (I), song for voice & piano, S. 282i (LW N11/1) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (4:57)
  49. 49 Es muss ein Wunderbares sein, song for voice & piano, S. 314 (LW N49) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (2:08)
  50. 50 Ein Fichtenbaum steht einsam, song for voice & piano (1st setting, 3 versions), S. 309 (LW N36/1) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (3:13)
  51. 51 Vergiftet Sind Meine Lieder, for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 289 (LW N29) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (2:06)
  52. 52 Die drei Zigeuner (I), song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 320 (LW N62) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (5:05)
  53. 53 Nimm einen Strahl der Sonne (Ihr Auge), for voice & piano (I & II), S. 310 (LW N20) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (0:50)
  54. 54 Wieder möcht ich dir begegnen, song for voice & piano, S. 322 (LW N60) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (2:53)
  55. 55 Einst, song for voice & piano, S. 332 (LW N73) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (0:40)
  56. 56 Hohe Liebe (I & II), song for voice & piano (Liebesträume No. 1), S. 307 (LW N18/1) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (1:32)
  57. 57 Dichter, was Liebe sei, song for voice & piano (3 settings), S. 288 (LW N7) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (0:53)
  58. 58 Im Rhein, im schönen Strome (I & II), song for voice & piano, S. 272 (LW N3) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (2:33)
  59. 59 Du Bist wie eine Blume, song for voice & piano (3 extant versions), S. 287 (LW N19) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (2:07)
  60. 60 Blume und Duft (II & III), song for voice & piano, S. 324 (LW N50) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (2:37)
  61. 61 Lasst mich ruhen, song for voice & piano, S. 317 (LW N55) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (3:10)
  62. 62 Und wir dachten der Toten, song for voice & piano, S. 338 (LW N66) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (2:07)
  63. 63 Ich möchte hingehn, song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 296 (LW N31) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (8:33)
  64. 64 Der du von dem Himmel bist, for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 279 (LW N10) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (3:30)
  65. 65 Über allen gipfeln ist Ruh', song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 306 (LW N46) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (3:39)
  66. 66 Der König von Thule (I & II), song for voice & piano, S. 278 (LW N9) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (3:28)
  67. 67 Mignons Lied: Kennst du das Land, song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 275 (LW N8) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (6:42)
  68. 68 Freudvoll und Leidvoll (2nd setting), song for voice & piano, S. 280bis (LW N23/3) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (2:27)
  69. 69 Liebesträume: O Lieb, so lang du lieben kannst, for voice & piano No. 3, S. 298 (LW N18/3) - Franz Liszt & Brigitte Fassbaender (4:37)
  70. 70 Liebesträume: O Lieb, so lang du lieben kannst, for voice & piano No. 3, S. 298 (LW N18/3) - Franz Liszt & Hildegard Behrens (4:31)
  71. 71 Es muss ein Wunderbares sein, song for voice & piano, S. 314 (LW N49) - Franz Liszt & Hildegard Behrens (2:00)
  72. 72 Die Fischertochter, song for voice & piano, S. 325 (LW N65) - Franz Liszt & Hildegard Behrens (6:03)
  73. 73 La perla (I & II), song for voice & piano, S. 326 (LW N67) - Franz Liszt & Hildegard Behrens (5:40)
  74. 74 Sonetti di Petrarca (3), song cycle for voice & piano (I & II), S. 270 (LW N12): 3. I vidi in terra angelici costumi - Franz Liszt & Hildegard Behrens (5:16)
  75. 75 Freudvoll und Leidvoll (1st setting), song for voice & piano (I & II), S. 280 (LW N23/1-2) - Franz Liszt & Hildegard Behrens (1:23)
  76. 76 Mignons Lied: Kennst du das Land, song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 275 (LW N8) - Franz Liszt & Hildegard Behrens (5:58)
  77. 77 Jeanne d'Arc au Bûcher, for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 293 (LW N37) - Franz Liszt & Hildegard Behrens (8:19)
  78. 78 Wo Weilt Er? (I & II), song for voice & piano, S. 295 (LW N28) - Franz Liszt & Hildegard Behrens (2:31)
  79. 79 Ich liebe dich, song for voice & piano, S. 315 (LW N52) - Franz Liszt & Hildegard Behrens (2:41)
  80. 80 Freudvoll und Leidvoll (2nd setting), song for voice & piano, S. 280bis (LW N23/3) - Franz Liszt & Hildegard Behrens (2:19)
  81. 81 Ihr Glocken von Marling, song for voice & piano, S. 328 (LW N69) - Franz Liszt & Hildegard Behrens (3:34)
  82. 82 Ihr Glocken von Marling, song for voice & piano, S. 328 (LW N69) - Franz Liszt & Hildegard Behrens (3:27)
  83. 83 Die Lorelei (Ich weiss nicht), song for voice & piano, S. 273 (LW N5) - Franz Liszt & Hildegard Behrens (6:19)
  84. 84 Jugendglück (I & II), song for voice & piano, S. 323 (LW N61) - Franz Liszt & Hildegard Behrens (1:58)
  85. 85 Die drei Zigeuner (I), song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 320 (LW N62) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (5:33)
  86. 86 Die stille Wasserrose, song for voice & piano, S. 321 (LW N59) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (3:16)
  87. 87 Wieder möcht ich dir begegnen, song for voice & piano, S. 322 (LW N60) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (3:15)
  88. 88 Blume und Duft (II & III), song for voice & piano, S. 324 (LW N50) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (2:08)
  89. 89 J'ai perdu ma force et ma vie (Tristesse), song for voice & piano, S. 327 (LW N68) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (4:09)
  90. 90 Ihr Glocken von Marling, song for voice & piano, S. 328 (LW N69) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (2:57)
  91. 91 Sonetti di Petrarca (3), song cycle for voice & piano (I & II), S. 270 (LW N12) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (20:03)
  92. 92 Der traurige Mönch, melodrama for reciter & piano, S. 348 (LW P3) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (5:17)
  93. 93 S'il est un charmant gazon, song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 284 (LW N25) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (1:54)
  94. 94 Enfant, si j'étais Roi, song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 283 (LW N24) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (3:04)
  95. 95 Comment, disaient-ils, song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 276 (LW N12) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (1:47)
  96. 96 Oh! quand je dors (I), song for voice & piano, S. 282i (LW N11/1) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (4:59)
  97. 97 Des Tages laute Stimmen schweigen, song for voice & piano, S. 337 (LW N78) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (4:10)
  98. 98 Anfangs wollt'ich fast verzagen, song for voice & piano (5 versions), S. 311 (LW N48) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (1:46)
  99. 99 Lasst mich ruhen, song for voice & piano, S. 317 (LW N55) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (3:31)
  100. 100 In Liebeslust, song for voice & piano, S. 318 (LW N56) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (2:12)
  101. 101 Ich möchte hingehn, song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 296 (LW N31) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (8:16)
  102. 102 Du Bist wie eine Blume, song for voice & piano (3 extant versions), S. 287 (LW N19) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (2:03)
  103. 103 Vergiftet Sind Meine Lieder, for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 289 (LW N29) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (1:02)
  104. 104 Morgens steh' ich auf und frage, song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 290 (LW N16) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (1:38)
  105. 105 Wer nie sein Brot mit Tränen aß, song for voice & piano (3 versions, 2 settings), S. 297 (LW N34) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (4:02)
  106. 106 Über allen gipfeln ist Ruh', song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 306 (LW N46) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (4:32)
  107. 107 Der du von dem Himmel bist, for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 279 (LW N10) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (4:49)
  108. 108 Lieder (3) aus Schillers Wilhelm Tell, for voice & orchestra, S. 292 (LW N32) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (8:14)
  109. 109 Kling leise, mein Lied (I & II), song for voice & piano, S. 301 (LW N42) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (4:15)
  110. 110 Es rauschen die Winde (I & II), song for voice & piano, S. 294 (LW N33) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (3:23)
  111. 111 Ein Fichtenbaum steht einsam, song for voice & piano (1st setting, 3 versions), S. 309 (LW N36/1) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (2:49)
  112. 112 Schwebe, schwebe, blaues Auge, song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 305 (LW N35) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (3:40)
  113. 113 Die Vätergruft, song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 281 (LW N22a) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (5:59)
  114. 114 Wie singt die Lerche schön (I & II), song for voice & piano, S. 312 (LW N51) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (1:58)
  115. 115 Gestorben war ich, song for voice & piano (Liebesträume No. 2), S. 308 (LW N18/2) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (2:12)
  116. 116 Hohe Liebe (I & II), song for voice & piano (Liebesträume No. 1), S. 307 (LW N18/1) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (2:20)
  117. 117 Gastibelza (Bolero), song for voice & piano, S. 286 (LW N27) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (7:46)
  118. 118 Le Vieux vagabond, song for voice & piano, S. 304 (LW N44) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (6:22)
  119. 119 La tombe et la rose, song for voice & piano, S. 285 (LW N26) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (3:36)
  120. 120 Im Rhein, im schönen Strome (I & II), song for voice & piano, S. 272 (LW N3) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (2:37)
  121. 121 Angiolin del biondo crin, song for voice & piano (3 versions), S. 269 (LW N1) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (4:44)
  122. 122 Die Lorelei (Ich weiss nicht), song for voice & piano, S. 273 (LW N5) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (5:38)
  123. 123 Es muss ein Wunderbares sein, song for voice & piano, S. 314 (LW N49) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (2:05)
  124. 124 Liebesträume: O Lieb, so lang du lieben kannst, for voice & piano No. 3, S. 298 (LW N18/3) - Franz Liszt & Daniel Barenboim (5:40)
  125. 125 Cantico del Sol di San Francesco (II), cantata for soloist, male chorus, orchestra & organ, S. 4/2 (LW I8b) - Franz Liszt & Gerd Albrecht (14:57)
  126. 126 Légendes (2), for orchestra, S. 113a (LW G27) - Franz Liszt & Gerd Albrecht (21:00)
  127. 127 Via Crucis, les 14 Stations de la croix, for solo voices, chorus & organ (or piano), S. 53 (LW J33) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (49:12)
  128. 128 Missa Solemnis (Graner Mass), for soloists, chorus & orchestra (or piano), S. 9 (LW I2) - Franz Liszt & Budapest Chorus (61:35)
  129. 129 Missa choralis quatour vocum concinente organo, for chorus & organ, S. 10 (LW J18) - Franz Liszt & St. John's College Choir, Cambridge (31:58)
  130. 130 Hungarian Coronation Mass (Ungarische Krönungsmesse) for soloists, chorus & orchestra, S. 11 (LW I9) - Franz Liszt & Budapest Chorus (44:18)
  131. 131 Réminiscences de Don Juan (I & II), for piano (after Mozart: Don Giovanni), S. 418 (LW A80) - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (19:02)
  132. 132 Consolations (6), for piano, S. 172 (LW A111a/2) - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (18:03)
  133. 133 Études de concert (3), for piano, S. 144 (LW A118) - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (20:57)
  134. 134 Konzertetüden (2), for piano, S. 145 (LW A218) - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (7:13)
  135. 135 Études d'exécution transcendante (12 Transcendental Etudes), for piano, S. 139 (LW A172) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (66:03)
  136. 136 Funérailles, for piano (Harmonies poétiques No. 7), S.173/7 (LW A158/7) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (12:18)
  137. 137 La Lugubre gondola II, for piano (in 4/4), S. 200/2 (LW A319b) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (9:59)
  138. 138 La notte, for piano (Odes funèbres No. 2), S. 516a (LW A202/2) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (9:48)
  139. 139 Nuages gris (Trübe Wolken), for piano, S. 199 (LW A305) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (3:15)
  140. 140 Piano Sonata in B minor, S. 178 (LW A179) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (30:42)
  141. 141 Réminiscences de Boccanegra, transcription for piano (after Verdi), S. 438 (LW A314) - Franz Liszt & Claudio Arrau (10:55)
  142. 142 Don Carlos: Coro di festa e Marcia funebre, transcription for piano (after Verdi), S. 435 (LW A240) - Franz Liszt & Claudio Arrau (7:44)
  143. 143 Aida: Danza sacra e duetto finale, transcription for piano (after Verdi), S. 436 (LW A276) - Franz Liszt & Claudio Arrau (11:41)
  144. 144 Salve Maria de Jérusalem (I & II), transcription for piano (after Verdi, I Lombardi), S. 431 (LW A149) - Franz Liszt & Claudio Arrau (6:03)
  145. 145 Miserere du Trovatore, transcription for piano (after Verdi) , S. 433 (LW A199) - Franz Liszt & Claudio Arrau (8:14)
  146. 146 Ernani: paraphrase de concert (I & II), for piano (after Verdi), S. 432 (LW A203) - Franz Liszt & Claudio Arrau (8:45)
  147. 147 Rigoletto: paraphrase de concert (after Verdi), for piano, S. 434 (LW A187) - Franz Liszt & Claudio Arrau (7:25)
  148. 148 Wohin?, transcription for piano (after Schubert, D. 795), S. 565bis/5 (LW A128/5) - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (3:00)
  149. 149 Der Müller und der Bach, transcription for piano (after Schubert, D. 795/19), S. 565bis/2 (LW A128/2) - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (6:07)
  150. 150 Die Forelle (II), transcription for piano (after Schubert, D. 550), S. 564 (LW A127) - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (3:58)
  151. 151 Erlkönig (II), transcription for piano (after Schubert, D. 328d), S. 558/4 (LW A42/4) - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (5:08)
  152. 152 Lob der Tränen (Bénédiction des larmes), transcription for piano (after Schubert, D. 711b), S. 557 (LW A45) - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (5:37)
  153. 153 Aufenthalt, transcription for piano (after Schubert, D. 957/5), S. 560/3 (LW A49/3) - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (3:41)
  154. 154 Die Post, transcription for piano, (after Schubert) S. 561/4 (LW A50/4) - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (2:56)
  155. 155 Auf dem Wasser zu singen, transcription for piano (after Schubert), S. 558/2 (LW A42/2) - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (5:09)
  156. 156 Ständchen (Horch, horch! die Lerch), transcription for piano (after Schubert, D. 889), S. 558/9 (LW A42/9) - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (3:26)
  157. 157 Der Lindenbaum, transcription for piano, (after Schubert, D. 911/5), S. 561/7 (LW A50/7) - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (5:10)
  158. 158 Das Wandern, transcription for piano (after Schubert, D. 795/1), S 565bis/1 (LW A128/1) - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (1:53)
  159. 159 Lebewohl, transcription for piano (after "Schubert", i.e. von Weyrauch), S. 563/1 (LW A109/1) - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (4:40)
  160. 160 Études d'exécution transcendante d'après Paganini (6), for piano, S. 140 (LW A52) - Franz Liszt & Merle Kersten (23:29)
  161. 161 Légendes (2), for piano, S.175 (LW A219) - Wilhelm Kempff & Franz Liszt (19:04)
  162. 162 Liebestraum (3), notturnos for piano (after songs LW N18), S. 541, LW A103 - Franz Liszt & Jorge Bolet (16:00)
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