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FRANZ LISZT Routledge Music Bibliographies SERIES ED : BRAD EDEN COMPOSERS Christoph Willibald Gluck, 2e Giuseppe Verdi (1998) (2003) Gregory Harwood Isaac Albéniz (1998) Patricia Howard Walter A. Clark Tomás Luis de Victoria (1998) Charles Ives (2002) Eugene Casjen Cramer C. P. E. Bach (2002) Gayle Sherwood Doris Bosworth Powers Richard Wagner (2002) Scott Joplin (1998) Michael Saffle Samuel Barber (2001) Wayne C. Wentzel Nancy R. Ping-Robbins Adrian Willaert (2004) Zoltán Kodály (1998) David Michael Kidger Béla Bartók, 2e (1997) Mícheál Houlahan and Philip Elliott Antokoletz GENRES Tacka Vincenzo Bellini (2002) Franz Liszt, 2e (2004) Central European Folk Music Stephen A. Willier Michael Saffle (1996) Alban Berg (1996) Philip V. Bohlman Guillaume de Machaut (1995) Bryan R. Simms Lawrence Earp Chamber Music (2002) John H. Baron Leonard Bernstein (2001) Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Paul F. Laird (2001) Choral Music (2001) Johannes Brahms (2003) John Michael Cooper Avery T. Sharp and James Heather Platt Michael Floyd Giovanni Pierluigi da Ethnomusicology (2004) Benjamin Britten (1996) Palestrina (2001) Jennifer C. Post Peter J. Hodgson Clara Marvin Jazz Research and Performance Elliott Carter (2000) Giacomo Puccini (1999) Materials, 2e (1995) John L. Link Linda B. Fairtile Eddie S. Meadows Carlos Chávez (1998) Maurice Ravel (2004) Music in Canada (1997) Robert Parker Stephen Zank Carl Morey Frédéric Chopin (1999) Gioachino Rossini (2002) North American Indian Music William Smialek Denise P. Gallo (1997) Aaron Copland (2001) Alessandro and Domenico Richard Keeling Marta Robertson and Robin Scarlatti (1993) Opera, 2e (2001) Armstrong Carole F. Vidali Guy Marco Gaetano Donizetti (2000) Camille Saint-Saens (2003) The Recorder, 2e (2003) James P. Cassaro Timothy Flynn Richard Griscom and David Edward Elgar (1993) Heinrich Schenker (2003) Lasocki Christopher Kent Benjamin Ayotte Serial Music and Serialism Gabriel Fauré (1999) Jean Sibelius (1998) (2001) Edward R. Phillips Glenda D. Goss John D. Vander Weg FRANZ LISZT A GUIDE TO RESEARCH SECOND EDITION MICHAEL SAFFLE ROUTLEDGE MUSIC BIBLIOGRAPHIES ROUTLEDGE NEW YORK & LONDON Published in 2004 by Routledge th 29 West 35 Street New York, NY 10001 Published in Great Britain by Routledge 11 New Fetter Lane London EC4P 4EE www.routledge.co.uk Copyright © 2004 by Routledge Routledge is an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group. This edition published in the Taylor and Francis e-Library, 2005. “To purchase your own copy of this or any of Taylor & Francis or Routledge’s collection of thousands of eBooks please go to www.eBookstore.tandf.co.uk.” Cover engraving courtesy of the New York Public Library All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reprinted or reproduced or utilized in any form or by any electronic, mechanical, or other means, now known or hereafter invented, including photo- copying and recording, or in any information storage or retrieval system without permission in writing from the author. ISBN 0-203-64445-X Master e-book ISBN ISBN 0-203-68125-8 (Adobe eReader Format) ISBN 0-4159-4011-7(hbk) Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Saffle, Michael, 1946- Franz Liszt : a guide to research / Michael Saffle.-- 2nd ed. p. cm. -- (Routledge music bibliographies) Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. ISBN 0-4159-4011-7 (hb : alk. paper) 1. Liszt, Franz, 1811-1886--Bibliography. I. Title. II. Series. ML134.L7S2 2004 016.78!092--dc22 2003026223 once again, for Sue Contents Acknowledgments xi Using this Book xiii I Introducing Liszt 1 Liszt in 1,000 Words 1 Liszt Studies Past and Present 3 II Summarizing Liszt: Compendia and Other Survey Studies 11 Comprehensive Survey Studies 11 Dictionary and Encyclopedia Entries and Related Publications 22 Companions, Conference Proceedings, and Other Collections 26 Programs and Program Booklets 34 Specialized Periodicals, Periodical Issues, and Related Studies 35 III Researching Liszt: Reference Works 41 Bibliographies 41 Musical Catalogs and Related Studies 45 Collection and Exhibition Catalogs 52 Iconographies and Iconographical Studies 71 Discographies and Related Studies 74 Filmographies and Videographies 78 Timelines 78 Research Reports and Related Studies 78 vii viii Contents IV The Documentary Legacy 87 Musical Editions and Related Studies 87 Studies of Musical Sources 102 Editions of Literary Works and Related Studies 105 Autobiographies, Diaries, and Related Documents 116 Published Correspondence and Related Studies 117 Memoirs and Reminiscences 135 Collections and Studies of Other Liszt Documents 147 V Liszt’s Life and Character 155 Biographies and Related Studies 155 Character Studies 166 Specialized Biographical Studies 169 VI Evaluating Liszt: Studies in Cultural Products, History, Ideologies, and Reception 253 Liszt and European Culture 253 Liszt, Christianity, and Catholicism 262 The Liszt Reception 265 “Postmodern” Perspectives on Liszt 269 VII Liszt as Composer: Studies in Compositional Techniques and Influences 275 Liszt as Composer 275 Liszt’s Compositional Techniques 280 Liszt’s Music and Stylistic Influences 294 Liszt and “Modern” Music 321 Liszt and National Musical Traditions 323 Aesthetics, Criticism, Philosophy, Religion, and Liszt’s Music 332 VIII Liszt as Keyboard Composer: Studies of Works for Solo Piano and Organ 341 Survey Studies 341 Liszt’s Early Piano Pieces (1827–c. 1840) 345 Liszt’s “Mature” Piano Pieces (c. 1835–c. 1869) 347 Liszt’s Late Piano Pieces (Especially c. 1875–1886) 379 Liszt’s Organ Music 386 Contents ix IX Liszt as Instrumental Ensemble Composer 393 Works for Orchestra 393 Works for Other Instrumental Ensembles 418 X Liszt as Vocal Composer 425 Operas 425 Choral Works 427 Works for Solo Voice 447 XI Liszt as Arranger, Paraphraser, and Transcriber 459 General Studies 459 Liszt’s Arrangements, Paraphrases, and Transcriptions of His Own Works 462 Liszt and Other Composers’ Instrumental Works 464 Liszt and Other Composers’ Vocal Works 469 Arrangements and Transcriptions of Liszt’s Works by Other Composers 481 XII Liszt Pedagogy, Performance Practice, and Instruments 485 Liszt as Teacher 485 Liszt as Performer / Performing Liszt 493 Liszt Instruments and Related Studies 500 Index 505 Acknowledgments The present research guide could not have been revised without the assistance of a number of individuals and organizations. Chief among them have been Liszt scholars and colleagues Ben Arnold, Luciano Chiappari, Rossana Dalmonte, James Deaville, Zsuzsanna Domokos, Serge Gut, Klára Hamburger, Keith Kinder, Jonathan Kregor, Christo Lelie, Günther Massenkeil, Pauline Pocknell, Michael Short, Charles Suttoni, Cornelia Szabó-Knotik, Gerhard J. Winkler, William Wright and the late Keith T. Johns, Rey M. Longyear, and Lennart Rabes. These men and women gave me copies of their publications or photocopied items in their collections, looked up uncommon items in libraries throughout Europe and the United States, or otherwise contributed to the present volume’s contents. G. Henle Verlag supplied me with information about their Liszt sheet-music publi- cations and sent me a copy of one volume otherwise unavailable at the time; the library of the University of Vienna supplied me a complete photocopy of another, otherwise unobtainable volume. A special word of thanks to Dr. Chiappari, Ms. Pocknell, and Mr. Wright, whose generosity enabled me to obtain copies of publications otherwise absolutely unavailable in the United States; and to Dr. Domokos, who helped me correlate and correct the Hungarian-language citations and entries that follow. I would also like to thank Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University for travel monies that enabled me to visit the Library of Congress; the libraries of Boston University, Harvard University, the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), and the University of Chicago; the British Library, London; the library of the Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum and Research Centre, Budapest; and Hungary’s National Széchényi Library. Thanks, too, to the directors and staffs of these institutions for their hospitality and encouragement. The editors and staff at Routledge (previously Garland Publishing) deserve thanks and praise for their assistance and almost legendary patience. I am espe- cially grateful to Richard Carlin for his many helpful suggestions, and to my copy editors Shannon McLachlan and Robert Sims. I am, as always, grateful to my loving wife Sue for her many kindnesses and patience. M.S. 22 October 2003 xi Using this Book In the chapters that follow, each book and article cited separately is identified by author(s), title, editor(s), and/or translator(s), if any; publication information (place, publisher, year, and number of pages, if a book; periodical title, volume, date, and page range, if an article); and ISBN, ISSN, and/or Library of Congress shelf-numbers, if available. An example: the first volume of Alan Walker’s Liszt survey study might be identified as Walker, Alan. Franz Liszt: The Virtuoso Years, 1811–1847, rev. ed. Ithaca, NY and London: Cornell University Press, 1987. xxv, 481 pp. ISBN 0801494214. Because Walker’s survey comprises three volumes, however, the revised “Virtuoso Years” installment is actually identified as Walker, Alan. Franz Liszt. 3 vols. ML410.L7W27 (series). Vol. 1: The Virtuoso Years, 1811–1847, rev. ed.; Cornell University Press, 1987. xxv, 481 pp. ISBN 0801494214. NB: The original edition of Walker’s volume was published by Alfred A. Knopf of New York City in 1983; information about earlier or other editions usually appears in descriptions of items rather than in their bibliographic identifications. Each book and article separately identified and described below is also assigned a number. Thus “1” refers to Walker’s three-volume survey study (see above); “2” to the 1968 edition of Peter Raabe’s two-volume Franz Liszt (the original 1931 edition is identified in the annotation); and so on. In certain cases, portions of longer studies are described separately and therefore have been assigned numbers of their own. Thus Walker’s essay “Liszt and the Literature,” which appears as an introduction to his first volume, is identified as 180. Walker. “Liszt and the Literature.” In item 1, vol. 1, pp. 3–29. Cross-referenced books and articles are identified by asterisks (*) as well as item numbers; Walker’s essay, for example, would be cross-referenced as * Walker, “Liszt and the Literature.” Described as item 180. xiii xiv Using this Book Books published in multi-volume series are identified by series title and number (if any) immediately after author(s), title(s), editor(s), and/or translator(s) names. Thus 18. Watson, Derek. Liszt. “The Master Musicians.” or 23. Leroy, Alfred. Franc Liszt: L’homme et son ouevre. Musiciens de tous les temps, 5. or 53. Franz Liszt, ed. Heinz-Klaus Metzger and Reiner Riehn = Musik- Konzepte 12 (1980). Quotation marks are employed whenever series titles might be confused with book titles. Equals signs are employed whenever periodical volumes or issues have been given over to separately titled Lisztian publications. Because LC (Library of Congress) shelf-numbers vary from library to library, those given below have either been confirmed through the Library’s own on-line catalog or are reprinted as they appear on CIPs (Copyright Information Pages) in the publications themselves. ISBNs (International Standard Book Numbers) and ISSNs (International Standard Serial Numbers), of course, are the same throughout the world. In the pages that follow, ISBNs pertain whenever relevant to hard-cover rather than paperback editions. Certain abbreviations and typographical practices are employed vis-à-vis works titles. Many of Liszt’s compositions, for example, are identified using abbreviated titles: thus “the Faust symphony” (instead of Eine Faust-Symphonie in drei Charakterbildern) and “B-minor Sonata” (as well as Sonata in b minor). In book and article titles, italics are replaced by double or single quotation marks; thus 70. Roberts, Wesley. “Has it Been Ten Years Already? Surveying the First Decennium of the ‘Journal of the American Liszt Society.’” or 98. Short, Michael, and Michael Saffle. “Compiling Lis(z)ts: Cataloging the Composer’s Works and the ‘New Grove 2’ Works List.” Square brackets identify materi
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