Master & Pupil: Beethoven, Czerny, Liszt
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Cat No: ONYX4156
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 23rd September 2016
WorksBagatelles (6), op.126
Piano Sonata no.30 in E major, op.109
Funeral March fro Beethoven, op.146
Variations on a theme by Rode, op.22
Piano Sonata in B minor, S178
ArtistsMelvyn Tan (piano)
The young Carl Czerny (along with Ferdinand Reis) became a long term pupil and friend of Beethoven at the early age of 10, performing some of the concertos, and working with Beethoven on preparing works for their premieres – not an easy task. A brilliant virtuoso and a highly skilled (if over-productive) composer, his legacy lives on to this day in his studies – every pianist will have come across these. His reputation was held in high regard by Liszt, Brahms and Debussy, and it was the young Liszt that Czerny took under his wing in 1819. Liszt later dedicated his Transcendental Studies to Czerny. In 1823 Beethoven saw the 12-year-old Liszt perform and after kissed the child on the forehead. Liszt’s monumental B minor Sonata is the true heir to Beethoven’s visionary late sonatas.
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