Recorded on 09/04/2007, uploaded on 01/10/2009
Musician's or Publisher's Notes
Widmung Robert Schumann
(arr. Franz Liszt)
was by far the greatest and most prolific transcriber for piano of works
originally intended for other instrumental combinations. These transcriptions
of songs, chamber music, operas and symphonies of both great and obscure
composers number in the hundreds, and they did much to popularize the original
works in the pre-recording age.
transcribed Widmung, originally a song by Robert Schumann, in a
straightforward manner. The melodic line is unembellished, and the texture of
the accompaniment is expanded to an orchestral fullness. The title translates as "Dedication". Soojin Ahn
Courtesy of International Music Foundation.
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