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Franz Liszt: Complete Piano Music, Vo. 46: Berlioz Transcriptions

Feng Bian

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1
Danse des sylphes de La damnation de Faust, S. 475 (After H. Berlioz)
Franz Liszt; Feng Bian
4:19
Benvenuto Cellini  
2
Bénédiction et serment, S. 396 (After H. Berlioz)
Franz Liszt; Feng Bian
7:27
3
Ouverture du Roi Lear, S. 474 (After H. Berlioz)
Franz Liszt; Feng Bian
16:22
Symphonie fantastique  
4
L'idée fixe, S. 395 (Andante amoroso d’après une mélodie de Hector Berlioz) (After H. Berlioz)
Franz Liszt; Feng Bian
5:11
Marche au supplice de la Sinfonie fantastique, S. 470a (1865 Version) (After H. Berlioz)  
5
I. Introduction (L’idée fixe)
Franz Liszt; Feng Bian
2:55
6
II. Marche au supplice
Franz Liszt; Feng Bian
5:16
Harold en Italie  
7
II. Marche des pélerins chantant la prière du soir, S473/2/R139 (2nd version)
Franz Liszt; Feng Bian
9:44
Les Francs-Juges  
8
Ouverture, S. 471 (After H. Berlioz)
Franz Liszt; Feng Bian
12:56
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    64:10
Chinese-born pianist Feng Bian has risen through the ranks of concert stardom with numerous achievements under his belt, including a bronze medal in the 2014 World Piano Competition and first prizes in the Music Teachers National Association and Parness Young Artists Concerto Competitions. On this release, he interprets Franz Liszt’s transcriptions of Berlioz orchestral works, bringing to these arrangements a blaze of virtuosity in keeping with Liszt’s legacy.
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