Un Sospiro - 3 Etudes de Concert, S. 144-3 by Franz Liszt

“I think it's time to reveal the eternal jam. From what I've given this site prior, this may seem out of the blue. However, you must never deny the magnitude of the Romantic Era of music. Never deny the pure ether that springs from a piano piece in D Flat Major. Never forget the past. Marc-Andre Hamelin's rendition of the Liszt triumph is simply unforgettable. Listen to it front to back. Embrace it. Hold it. Yearn for it. This is what music was long ago. Even as the art is simplified and distilled, pure art is that in a raw state. So is "Un Sospiro", a sigh. The highs and low associated with a single action that we can take for granted. Yet, a single action that speaks an entire lifetime of peace, hardship, and quiet.”

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I think it's time to reveal the eternal jam. From what I've given this site prior, this may seem out of the blue. However, you must never deny the magnitude of the Romantic Era of music. Never deny the pure ether that springs from a piano piece in D Flat Major. Never forget the past. Marc-Andre Hamelin's rendition of the Liszt triumph is simply unforgettable. Listen to it front to back. Embrace it. Hold it. Yearn for it. This is what music was long ago. Even as the art is simplified and distilled, pure art is that in a raw state. So is "Un Sospiro", a sigh. The highs and low associated with a single action that we can take for granted. Yet, a single action that speaks an entire lifetime of peace, hardship, and quiet.

DanielSmith1 25 Mar 2014

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zaknaifen 26 Apr 2013