This question is pretty straight forward. From my knowledge, both forms are written freely without much restriction. How can I tell the two apart and what are some of the things that make them ...
In the picture below, there is a significant stretch where the melody in the upper staff is at a lower pitch than the accompaniment in the lower staff. Does Liszt intend for me to cross my ...
As we all know, Liszt's 19 Hungarian Rhapsodies contain and conserve some Hungarian and Gipsy tunes (although some of them are in a somewhat modified form). I'd like to know if there's any resource ...
I've been recently listening to this interpretation of Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody #6 by György Cziffra. Between 1:40 and 1:50, he improvises a custom cadenza which I couldn't find in any tabs. Would ...