Franz Liszt (Q41309)

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Hungarian romantic composer and virtuoso pianist
  • Frant︠s︡ List
  • Francesco Liszt
  • Ferenc List
  • François Liszt
  • Franz List
  • Ferencz Liszt
  • Ferenc Liszt
  • Franz von Liszt
  • Liszt Ferencz
  • Franz Von Liszt
  • F. Liszt
  • F. Lists
  • Liszt-Brugnoli
  • Franciszek Liszt
  • Franciscus List
  • Abbé Franz Liszt
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Franz Liszt
Hungarian romantic composer and virtuoso pianist
  • Frant︠s︡ List
  • Francesco Liszt
  • Ferenc List
  • François Liszt
  • Franz List
  • Ferencz Liszt
  • Ferenc Liszt
  • Franz von Liszt
  • Liszt Ferencz
  • Franz Von Liszt
  • F. Liszt
  • F. Lists
  • Liszt-Brugnoli
  • Franciszek Liszt
  • Franciscus List
  • Abbé Franz Liszt

Statements

Liszt Ferenc (Hungarian)
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Franz Liszt (German)
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22 October 1811Gregorian
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... род. 22 окт. 1811 в Райдинге близ Эденбурга (Венгрия) (Russian)
Род. 10 октября 1811 г. в Венгрии; (Russian)
Franz Liszt
9 October 2017
31 July 1886Gregorian
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... ум. 31 июля 1886 в Байрейте (Russian)
Осенью этого года [1886] Л. собирался в Петербург, но скончался 19 июля в Байрейте, где и погребен. (Russian)
Franz Liszt
9 October 2017
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28 December 2017
Louis Hall (1814−1857) (Swedish)
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28 December 2017
Louis Hall (1814−1857) (Swedish)
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28 December 2017
Louis Hall (1814−1857) (Swedish)
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Liszt sign.JPG
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Harry Rosenthal collection, 1829-1886 (English)
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A Short History of Western Civilization (English)
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Although Liszt was an international figure, his Hungarian folk music was characteristic of the growing national sentiment of the time. (English)
John B. Harrison / Richard E. Sullivan / Dennis Sherman
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25 December 2019
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LH/1646/4
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Liszt, Franz von
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Ferenc Franz Liszt (22 Oct 1811 - 31 Jul 1886)
5 August 2021