Eugen Francis Charles d'Albert (April 10, 1864 – March 3, 1932) was a pianist and composer of Scottish birth who lived primarily in Germany. April 10 is the 100th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (101st in leap years). ...
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D'Albert was born in Glasgow to an French/Italian father, Charles d'Albert, a composer of ballet music, and an English mother. He never spoke English fluently and considered himself to be German.
A self-taught musician, he won a scholarship to the Royal College of Music in London and moved to Vienna as a youth. He was a pupil of Franz Liszt, and can be heard in an early recording of that composer's works. His output includes a symphony, two string quartets, two piano concerti, a cello concerto, and many operas, lieder and piano works. He was married six times, one of his wives being the Venezuelan singer/composer Teresa Carreno. The Royal College of Music from Prince Consort Road, London The front facade of the RCM The Royal College of Music is a prestigious music school located in Kensington, London. ...
Franz Liszt (Hungarian; Liszt Ferenc) (October 22, 1811 â July 31, 1886) was a Hungarian virtuoso pianist and composer. ...
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The resident string quartet of the Library of Congress in 1963 A string quartet is a musical ensemble of four string instrumentsâusually two violins, a viola and celloâor a piece written to be performed by such a group. ...
A piano concerto is a concerto for solo piano and orchestra. ...
A violoncello concerto is a concerto for solo violoncello with orchestra or, very occasionally, smaller groups of instruments. ...
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Lied (plural Lieder) is a German word, literally meaning song; among English speakers, however, it is used primarily as a term for European classical music songs, also known as art songs. Typically, Lieder are arranged for a single singer and piano. ...
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Maria Teresa Carreño (December 22, 1853-June 12, 1917) was a Venezuelan pianist, singer, and conductor. ...
- Der Rubin (1893)
- Ghismonda (1895)
- Gernot (1897)
- Die Abreise (1898)
- Kain (1900)
- Der Improvisator (1902)
- Tiefland (1903)
- Flauto solo (1905)
- Tragaldabas (1907)
- Izëyl (1909)
- Die verschenkte Frau (1912)
- Liebesketten (1912)
- Die toten Augen (1916)
- Der Stier von Olivera (1918)
- Revolutionshochzeit (1919)
- Scirocco (1921)
- Mareike von Nymwegen (1923)
- Der Golem (1926)
- Die schwarze Orchidee (1928)
- Die Witwe von Ephesos (1930)
- Mister Wu (1932)
- Piano Concerto No. 1 in B minor Op. 2 (1884)
- Symphony in F major Op. 4 (1886)
- Esther Op. 8 (1888)
- Piano Concerto No. 2 in E major Op. 12 (1893)
- Cello Concerto in C major Op. 20 (1899)
- Aschenputtel. Suite Op. 33 (1924)
- Symphonic Prelude to Tiefland Op. 34 (1924)
- Suite in D minor for piano Op. 1 (1883)
- Eight Klavierstücke Op. 5
- String Quartet No. 1 in A minor Op. 7 (1887)
- Piano sonata in F sharp minor Op. 10 (1893)
- String Quartet No. 2 in E flat major Op. 11 (1893)
- Der Mensch und das Leben Op. 14 (1893)
- Seejungfräulein Op. 15 (1897)
- Wie wir die Natur erleben Op. 24 (1903)
- Mittelalterliche Venushymne Op. 26 (1904)
- An den Genius von Deutschland Op. 30 (1904)
- d'Albert also wrote total of 58 lieder for voice and piano, published in 10 volumes
Pangels, Charlotte. Eugen d'Albert : Wunderpianist und Komponist : eine Biographie. Zürich ; Freiburg i Br. : Atlantis Musikbuch-Verlag. 1981. ISBN 3761105959.