Liszt was known to be able to sight-read any piece, even Chopin's Etudes Opus 10 and Grieg's Piano Concerto, both Piano and Orchestral Part.
Since Liszt also composed some Études himself, I was wondering if anyone ever sight-read them?
One thing I always thought is that the reason Liszt was able to sight-read Chopin's Etudes was that they are very chromatic and predictable in their chord progressions.
I am specifically referring to his Transcendental Études since they are way less predictable and dissonant (take for example, Eroica) than, for example, his "Grand Études de Paganini" (The Paganini Etudes such as La Campanella and Caprice 24), since those are way more chromatic and predictable in their chord progressions.
After some research online I didn't find anything about anyone ever sightreading any of his Études, which is why I came here.
Did any pianist in history ever sight-read one of Liszt's Transcendental Études?