<html> <head> <meta name="Generator" content="Stone's WebWriter 4"> <style type="text/css"> body {background-color: #ffffff; color: #000000; font-family: sans-serif; } a:visited {color: #170B3B; } a:link {color: #170B3B; } table {background-color: ccccff; } </style> <!-- Minus AutoDato --> <title>Liszt 12 etudes dexecution transcendante discography</title> </head> <body style="background-color:ccccff;"> <h1 class="main">Discography of Liszt's Douze tudes d'excution transcendante </h1> <p> The list is cronological with respect to date of recording. I welcome any additions or corrections. </p> <p> Discography of incomplete recordings and important recordings of a single tude is found <a href="http://www.cnk.dk/Liszt%20etudes%20dexecution%20transcendante%20discography%20incomplete.htm"> here</a>. <br/> Concertography of performances of the complete set is found <a href="http://www.cnk.dk/Liszt%20etudes%20dexecution%20transcendante%20concertography.htm"> here</a>. <p> Many thanks to Yuan Huang for suggesting numerous additions and corrections to an earlier version of this discography. Many thanks also to curator <br/> Donald Manildi, International Piano Archives at Maryland (IPAM) for providing and confirming many details. Thanks also to Farhan Malik and Joe Patrych. </p> <p> "Imagine yourself, an aesthete, seated in a candlelit salon circa 1838. You are familiar with the works of Rossini, Mozart, Meyerbeer, some Beethoven; <br/> Berlioz appalls you, Paganini frightens you, but Chopin, ah, there was a fine composer. You have never heard Der Ring des Nibelungen and have no <br/> knowledge of phonographs or Freud. Out walks a tall, slender, very handsome figure. He is about to play an entire recital alone, without other musicians, <br/> and most astoundingly, from memory. No one has dared these things before. The stranger seats himself at the piano and you wonder if his "Grand Etudes" <br/> will be anything like those nasty exercises by Moscheles, Hummel, Clementi...." (Janice Weber) </p> <p> "I have not seen any musician in whom musical feeling ran, as in Liszt, into the very tips of the fingers and there streamed out immediately." (Mendelssohn) </p> <p> "The remembrance of Liszt's playing consoles me for no longer being young." (Saint-Sans) </p> <table border="1" width="1100" style="font-family:sans-serif; font-size:12px" rules=rows frame=hsides> <tr/> <td height="40" style="font-size:15px"> <b> Year </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Date </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Pianist </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Cover </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Label </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Reference </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Comments </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2017 </td> <td> August </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Kuan-Ting Lin </td> <td> <img src="Kuan-Ting Liszt.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> HOVE </td> <td> XZ001 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2017 </td> <td> 10 August </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Dinara Klinton </td> <td> <img src="Klinton Liszt 2017.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDHZC7b4u4I">Youtube</a> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live video recording at 72nd Chopin <br/> Festival, Duszniki, Poland. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2016 </td> <td> 3 November </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Minkyu Kim </td> <td> <img src="MinkyuKim Liszt 2016.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-lzhrzD5Jg">Youtube</a> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live video recording at National <br/> University Arts Center, Seoul. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2016 </td> <td> August </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Randall Harlow, organ </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Harlow Pro Organo.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Pro Organo </td> <td> CD 7278 </td> <td> Harlow's transcription for organ. <br/> <br/> Performed on the 1927 Casavant organ at St. Andrew's <br/> Lutheran Church in Mahtomedi, Minnesota. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2016 </td> <td> April </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Marianna Kapsetaki </td> <td> <img src="Mkapsetaki Liszt 2016.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJ-NE8Uq6Lg">Youtube</a> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live video recording at Parnassos <br/> Concert Hall, Athens. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2016 </td> <td> April </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Simone Jennarelli </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Jennarelli vol 3.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> CD Baby / <br/> SmartCgArt </td> <td> FLAC/MP3 <br/> download <br/> 190394489854 </td> <td> 1837 version <br/> Douze grandes tudes, S.137 </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2015 </td> <td> December </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Kirill Gerstein </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Gerstein.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Myrios </td> <td> MYR019 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2015 </td> <td> September </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Daniil Trifonov </td> <td> <img src="Trifonov Liszt 2016.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Deutsche <br/> Grammophon </td> <td> 00289 479 5529 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2015 </td> <td> 9-12 June </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Wenbin Jin </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Wenbin Jin.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Naxos </td> <td> 8.573709 </td> <td> 1837 version <br/> Douze grandes tudes, S.137 </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2015 </td> <td> 2-4 June </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Dinara Klinton </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Klinton.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Genuin </td> <td> 16409 </td> <td> Earlier Klinton interpretation of tude no. 5, Feux follets, <br/> is found on Delos DE1041, recorded April 2006 at age 16. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2015 </td> <td> 28 May - 4 June </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Daniel Wayenberg </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Wayenberg live.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Lyrinx </td> <td> LYR 2297 </td> <td> Recorded at age 85. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2015 </td> <td> April </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Simone Jennarelli </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Jennarelli vol 2.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> CD Baby / <br/> SmartCgArt </td> <td> FLAC/MP3 <br/> download <br/> 889211571390 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2015 </td> <td> 19 April </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> David Ezra Okon_ar </td> <td> <img src="Okonsar Liszt.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> LMO-Records </td> <td> 2015-04-19 </td> <td> Published 19 April 2015. Recorded 1-2 months earlier. <br/> <br/> Available as CD and DVD. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2014 </td> <td> 19-23 December </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Sebastian Di Bin </td> <td> <img src="Di Bin Liszt.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Centaur </td> <td> CRC 3479 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2014 </td> <td> 9 December </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Daniil Trifonov </td> <td> <img src="Trifonov Liszt 2014.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sLnv0lroPo&t=183s">Youtube</a> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live video recording at Carnegie Hall, <br/> New York. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2014 </td> <td> 17-21 November </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Claude Kahn </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Kahn.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Epidaure </td> <td> EPI 10059 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2014 </td> <td> 7 November </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Daniil Trifonov </td> <td> <img src="Trifonov Liszt Lyon 2014.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kD4T-rNklsY">Youtube</a> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live video recording at Auditorum <br/> Maurice Ravel, Lyon. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2014 </td> <td> October </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Simone Jennarelli </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Jennarelli vol 1.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> CD Baby / <br/> SmartCgArt </td> <td> FLAC/MP3 <br/> download <br/> 889211196166 </td> <td> 1826 version <br/> tude en douze exercices, S.136 </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2014 </td> <td> 30 September - <br/> 2 October <br/> 7 November </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Jzsef Balog </td> <td> <img src="Hungaroton HCD 32736.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Hungaroton </td> <td> HCD 32736 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2013 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Yoon Sejin </td> <td> <img src="Sejin Yoon Liszt.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXpjNjpZNRs">Youtube</a> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> 1826 version <br/> tude en douze exercices, S.136 <br/> <br/> Non-commercial live video recording. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2013 </td> <td> 1-3 August </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Barbara Nissman </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Barbara Nissman.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Three Oranges <br/> Recordings </td> <td> 3OR-22 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2013 </td> <td> 5-8 July </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Jean Muller </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Muller.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> JCH-Productions </td> <td> JCH 2014/01 </td> <td> Earlier Muller interpretation of tude no. 11, Harmonies <br/> du soir, is found on Fondamenta FON0901003, recorded <br/> July 2008. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2008 <br/> 2013 </td> <td> n/a <br/> 3 June </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Vadym Kholodenko </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Kholodenko.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Harmonia Mundi </td> <td> HMU907605 </td> <td> Live recording from the semifinals at the 2013 Van <br/> Cliburn competition where Kholodenko was gold medalist. <br/> tude no. 9, however, is a 2008 Moscow studio recording. <br/> <br/> A DVD of the semifinal's eleven tudes was published by <br/> the Cliburn organisation. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2013 </td> <td> January </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Victor Krasovskiy </td> <td> <img src="Krasovskiy Liszt 2013.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1FGLpCTI5c">Youtube</a> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live video recording at Kiev's Music <br/> School. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2012 </td> <td> July </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Digital performance </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Jennarelli.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> CD Baby / <br/> SmartCgArt </td> <td> FLAC/MP3 <br/> download <br/> 700261809014 </td> <td> 1837 version <br/> Douze grandes tudes, S.137 <br/> <br/> Digital performance by Simone Jennarelli/SmartCgArt. <br/> <br/> Musicological edition based on a philological <br/> interpretation. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2011 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Boris Berezovsky </td> <td> <img src="Berezovsky Liszt Lisbon 2011.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4N4Csp8NfI">Youtube</a> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live recording allegedly of a concert <br/> performance in Lisbon. <br/> <br/> As at his 2009 Moscow performance, extremely fast <br/> tempi are applied. Feux follets, for instance, is executed <br/> in only 3:04. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2011 </td> <td> 16 October </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Midori Arima </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Arima.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvtbgLAXk9Q">Youtube</a> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live video recording at Hyogo Performing <br/> Arts Center, Nishinomiya, Japan. <br/> <br/> Youtube provides the set as three individual films.</td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2011 </td> <td> 12 October </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Mlodie Zhao </td> <td> <img src="Zhao Liszt 2011.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7G1ToLk6v0s">Youtube</a> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live video recording at Victoria Hall, <br/> Geneva. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2011 </td> <td> 8 October </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Diego Surez </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Suarez.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Cougar Classics </td> <td> CC 1005 </td> <td> Live recording at College of Charleston, South Carolina. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2011 </td> <td> 7 October </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Boris Berezovsky </td> <td> <img src="Berezovsky Liszt Tokyo 2011.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live recording, Tokyo. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2011 </td> <td> 6 October </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Csaba Kirly </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Kiraly.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live recording at Hungarian Radio's <br/> Marble Hall. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2011 </td> <td> 24 September </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Gwhyneth Chen </td> <td> <img src="Gwhyneth Chen Liszt 2011.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXWPl7nsuCo">Youtube</a> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live video recording at Taiwan Concert Hall. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2011 </td> <td> July </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Chong Park </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Chong Park.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Ruby's Polka <br/> Warner Music Korea </td> <td> VDCD-6356 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2011 </td> <td> 27 May </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Dmytro Sukhovienko </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Sukhovienko.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Amiata Emozioni </td> <td> ae 1061 </td> <td> Live recording at Salle Paderewski, Lausanne. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2011 </td> <td> 22-25 May </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Mlodie Zhao </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Zhao.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Claves </td> <td> CD 50-1110 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2011 </td> <td> April </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Idil Biret </td> <td> <img src="Liszt 1837 Biret.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> IBA </td> <td> 8.571287 </td> <td> 1837 version <br/> Douze grandes tudes, S.137 </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2011 </td> <td> April </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Idil Biret </td> <td> <img src="Liszt 1826 Biret.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> IBA </td> <td> 8.571286 </td> <td> 1826 version <br/> tude en douze exercices, S.136 </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2010 </td> <td> 17 July </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Boris Berezovsky </td> <td> <img src="Berezovsky Liszt Montpellier 2010.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live recording, Montpellier. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2010 </td> <td> 1-3 June </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Mariangela Vacatello </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Vacatello.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Brilliant Classics </td> <td> 94250 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2010 </td> <td> 27 May </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Maurizio Baglini </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Baglini Gaveau.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9l4uBg9aBw">Youtube</a> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live video recording at Salle Gaveau, <br/> Paris. <br/> <br/> Youtube provides the set as 12 individual films. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2010 </td> <td> 19-22 January </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Maurizio Baglini </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Baglini.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Decca </td> <td> 476 3882 </td> <td> Baglini also includes the 1837 version of nos. 4 and 5. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2010 </td> <td> 4-6 January </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Vesselin Stanev </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Stanev.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> RCA Red Seal </td> <td> 88697 65844 2 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2009 </td> <td> 29 August </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Stefania Passamonte </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Passamonte.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Master Chord <br/> Records </td> <td> 1003 </td> <td> Live recording of private concert at Master Chord <br/> Studio, London. <br/> <br/> Thanks to Sean Rainey for clarifying information <br/> about this recording.</td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2009 </td> <td> June </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Nansong Huang </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Nansong Huang.jpg" width="79" height="110"/> </td> <td> Beijing Global <br/> Audio-Visual <br/> Publishing House </td> <td> ISBN number: <br/> 978-7-88072-483-7 </td> <td> Published June 2009. No recording date information. <br/> <br/> Each tude video recorded without editing.</td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2009 </td> <td> 9 June </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Boris Berezovsky </td> <td> <img src="Berezovsky Liszt Moscow 2009.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P14ofUiNYZY">Youtube</a> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live recording at Tchaikovsky <br/> Concert Hall, Moscow. <br/> <br/> This may be the fastest recorded performance, last <br/> chord is at 51:56. <br/> <br/> Video recordings of tudes nos. 4-12 from same <br/> concert are also found on Youtube. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2008 </td> <td> June </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Alice Sara Ott </td> <td> <img src="00289 477 8362.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Deutsche <br/> Grammophon </td> <td> 00289 477 8362 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2008 </td> <td> 18 February </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Cunmo Yin </td> <td> <img src="CunMoYin CD08034.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Shanghai Music <br/> Publishing House </td> <td> CD08034 </td> <td> Recorded at the age of 14. <br/> <br/> Dimitris Sgouros was also 14 years old when he <br/> recorded seven tudes (nos. 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 10, 11) <br/> in June 1984 on EMI CDC 7 49004 2. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2007 </td> <td> 12-14, 17, 18 March </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Miroslav Kultyshev </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Kultyshev.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Orfeo </td> <td> C 759 081 A </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2007 </td> <td> February </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Natalia Strelchenko </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Strelchenko.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Arena </td> <td> AR 07018 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2005 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Attr. Joyce Hatto </td> <td> <img src="CACD-9084-2.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Concert Artist </td> <td> CACD-9084-2 <br/> CACD-9259-2 </td> <td> This "recording" is a hoax, refer <a href="http://www.farhanmalik.com/hatto/main.html"> www.farhanmalik.com: </a> <br/> <br/> Joyce Hatto's husband prepared at least three versions <br/> of the Hatto Liszt tudes d'excution transcendante on <br/> the basis of Lszl Simon's complete recording and Minoru <br/> Nojima's recording of no. 5, Feux follets. CACD-9084-2 <br/> exists in two versions. </tr> <tr> <td> 2005 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Serouj Kradjian </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Kradjian.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Warner Music Spain </td> <td> 5046774992 </td> <td> Published 2005. No recording date information. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2005 </td> <td> 9, 10 December </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Bertrand Chamayou </td> <td> <img src="88697 007082.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Sony </td> <td> 88697 007082 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2005 </td> <td> 17-21 March </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Paolo Restani </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Restani.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Amadeus </td> <td> AM 188-2 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2004 </td> <td> 23 June </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Russell Sherman </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Sherman.jpg" width="79" height="110"/> </td> <td> Avie </td> <td> DVD AV2174 </td> <td> Live video recording at Angel Orensanz Center, <br/> New York. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2004 </td> <td> 1-3 March </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Massimo Gon </td> <td> <img src="CVLD 092_small.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Velut Luna </td> <td> CVLD 092 </td> <td> 1837 version <br/> Douze grandes tudes, S.137 </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2003 </td> <td> 16, 17 August </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Makoto Ueno </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Ueno.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Octavia Records <br/> SPEX </td> <td> OVCX-00010 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2003 </td> <td> 29 May </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Dmytro Sukhovienko </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Sukhovienko 2003.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3biR-SyGeAc">Youtube</a> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live video recording at Kiev's <br/> Philharmonic Hall. <br/> <br/> Youtube provides the set as 12 individual films. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2003 </td> <td> 30 January - <br/> 2 February </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> William Wolfram </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Wolfram.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Naxos </td> <td> 8.557014 </td> <td> 1826 version <br/> tude en douze exercices, S.136 <br/> <br/> Wolfram also includes the 1840 version of no. 4, <br/> i.e. Mazeppa, S.138. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2002 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Attr. Sergio Fiorentino </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Fiorentino.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Concert Artist </td> <td> CACD 9201-2 </td> <td> Allegedly recorded on 14 February 1955 and 16 <br/> February 1966 this disc, published 2002, is a <br/> hoax, as is the 2005 Hatto disc. <br/> <br/> As per Yuan Huang's research, the sources for 10 <br/> of the tudes are the recordings by Campanella, <br/> Berezovsky, Goerner, Ovchinikov and Kissin. <br/> Some of the tudes are a mix of these recordings. <br/> tudes nos. 5 and 10 are yet to be identified. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2002 </td> <td> October </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Boris Berezovsky </td> <td> <img src="Berezovsky Liszt NY 2002.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live recording at Society for <br/> Ethical Culture, New York. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2002 </td> <td> September </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Christopher Taylor </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Taylor.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Liszt Digital </td> <td> LD005 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2002 </td> <td> 27 September </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Alessandro Ambrosoli </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Ambrosoli.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> KNS Classical </td> <td> KNS A/006 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2002 </td> <td> 3-6 August </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Yu Kosuge </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Kosuge.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Sony </td> <td> SK 87315 </td> <td> A 2005 live Carnegie Hall recording of tude no. 5, <br/> Feux follets, is found on Sony SICC 545-6. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2002 </td> <td> 4 August </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Boris Berezovsky </td> <td> <img src="DR 2104 AV 103.jpg" width="79" height="110"/> </td> <td> Nave </td> <td> DR 2104 AV 103 </td> <td> Live video recording at La Roque d'Anthron. <br/> <br/> The film reminds of the famous anecdote about <br/> Emperor Franz Joseph speaking to pianist Alexander <br/> Dreyschock after a concert: "I have heard all the <br/> great players. But I never, never, never saw anybody <br/> perspire as you do." </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2001 </td> <td> 19-21 September </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Kazurou Ohi </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Ohi.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Deutsche <br/> Schallplatten </td> <td> TKCC-15230 </td> <td> 1826 version <br/> tude en douze exercices, S.136 <br/> <br/> Ohi also includes the 1837 version of nos. 6, 7, 9 <br/> and 11 as well as the 1851 version of no. 10. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2001 </td> <td> January, August </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Freddy Kempf </td> <td> <img src="BIS-CD-1210.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> BIS </td> <td> BIS-CD-1210 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2001 </td> <td> 10 July </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Boris Berezovsky </td> <td> <img src="Berezovsky Liszt Cheltenham 2001.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live recording at Cheltenham Town Hall. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1998 <br/> 2001 </td> <td> January <br/> January </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Peter Ritzen </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Ritzen.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> RMS </td> <td> 2101RE01-2 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2000 </td> <td> 15 September </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Mikhail Lidsky </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Lidsky.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Wakabayashi Kobo </td> <td> WKLC-7005 </td> <td> Live recording at Moscow Conservatory (Small Hall). </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2000 </td> <td> 2-4 August </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Janina Fialkowska </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Fialkowska.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Opening Day <br/> Recordings </td> <td> ODR 9322 </td> <td> Earlier Fialkowska interpretations of three tudes are found <br/> on CBC MVCD 2-1035 (nos. 5, 9 and 12, published 1990) <br/> and RCA FRL1 0142 (nos. 5 and 12, published 1976). </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2000 </td> <td> 21 July </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Nelson Goerner </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Goerner 2000.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VTfUDxVqveE">Youtube</a> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live video recording at La Roque <br/> d'Anthron. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 2000 </td> <td> 7 February </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Stanislav Yovanovitch </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Yovanovitch.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Voyager Legends </td> <td> VL CD 09 </td> <td> Live recording at St John's Smith Square, London. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1999 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Daniel Rivera </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Rivera IRCO 282.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Estudios Cosentino <br/> Buenos Aires </td> <td> IRCO 282 </td> <td> Thanks to Simone Jennarelli for drawing attention <br/> to this recording.</td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1999 </td> <td> 14 December </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Nelson Goerner </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Goerner.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Cascavelle </td> <td> VEL 3029 </td> <td> Live recording at Studio Ansermet, Geneva. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1999 </td> <td> 31 May - 2 June <br/> 12 July <br/> 2-4 November </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Alfredo Perl </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Perl.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Arte Nova </td> <td> 74321 71768 2 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1999 </td> <td> 8 March </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Gergely Bognyi </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Boganyi.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> AVISO Studio </td> <td> GB1105 </td> <td> Live recording at Academy of Music, Budapest. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1998 </td> <td> 3, 5-7 April </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Franois-Ren Duchble </td> <td> <img src="7243 5 56684 2 4.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> EMI </td> <td> 7243 5 56684 2 4 </td> <td> Earlier Duchble interpretations of two tudes are <br/> found on EMI 7243 5 72356 2 4 (nos. 5 and 10, <br/> recorded 1974). </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1998 </td> <td> 23-25 March </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Yukio Yokoyama </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Yokoyama.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Sony </td> <td> SRCR 2295 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1998 </td> <td> 20-22 February </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Marco Pasini </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Pasini.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Phoenix Classics </td> <td> PH 98405 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1997 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Paolo Restani </td> <td> <img src="Restani Liszt Madrid 1997.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UmAdFg1aZU&t=13s">Youtube</a> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live video recording, Madrid. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1996 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Boris Berezovsky </td> <td> <img src="Berezovsky Liszt Budapest 1996.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZfHmgmVrRY">Youtube</a> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live video recording, Hungary. <br/> <br/> Youtube provides the set as 12 individual films. Audio of the <br/> complete set is found <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcff-sYr0YY&t=5s"> here. </a> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1995 <br/> 1996 </td> <td> April - July </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Boris Berezovsky </td> <td> <img src="4509-98415-2.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Teldec </td> <td> 4509-98415-2 </td> <td> A commercial live recording of tude no. 11, Harmonies <br/> du soir, is found on Mirare MIR099, recorded 26 June 2009. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1995 </td> <td> 14-16 October </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Massimiliano Gnot </td> <td> <img src="PH96207.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Phoenix Classics </td> <td> PH 96207 </td> <td> 1826 version <br/> tude en douze exercices, S.136 </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1995 </td> <td> 21-23 March </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Roswitha Lohmer </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Lohmer.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> PMP </td> <td> 95 95 - 2 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1995 </td> <td> 16-18 February </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Jeffrey Swann </td> <td> <img src="AgoraAG015.1.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Agora </td> <td> AG 015.1 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> c. 1994 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Alexander Paley </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Paley.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Naxos </td> <td> Unpublished </td> <td> 1837 version <br/> Douze grandes tudes, S.137 </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1994 </td> <td> December </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Claire-Marie Le Guay </td> <td> <img src="FAE001.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Auvers </td> <td> FAE001 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1994 </td> <td> 17-19 October </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Leslie Howard </td> <td> <img src="CDA66973.png" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Hyperion </td> <td> CDA66973 </td> <td> 1837 version <br/> Douze grandes tudes, S.137 </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1994 </td> <td> 18-21 July </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Jen Jand </td> <td> <img src="8.553119.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Naxos </td> <td> 8.553119 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1994 </td> <td> 3 February </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Alexander Paley </td> <td> <img src="Paley Liszt 2.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> 1837 version <br/> Douze grandes tudes, S.137 <br/> <br/> Non-commercial live video recording at Miller Theatre, <br/> New York. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1993 </td> <td> 20 November </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Victor Eresko </td> <td> <img src="CVE151195003.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> CVE </td> <td> 15 11 95 003 </td> <td> Live recording at Conservatoire d'Art Dramatique, Paris. <br/> <br/> Thanks to Leo Schmetterer for drawing attention to <br/> this recording. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1992 </td> <td> 5, 9, 10 October </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Leslie Howard </td> <td> <img src="CDA667712.png" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Hyperion </td> <td> CDA66771/2 </td> <td> 1826 version <br/> tude en douze exercices, S.136 </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1992 </td> <td> 11, 12 July </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Kemal Geki </td> <td> <img src="JVCC-6505-2_small.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> JVC </td> <td> JVCC-6505-2 </td> <td> Geki dedicates the recording to Alan Walker, author <br/> of the three-volume Liszt biography - "the definitive <br/> work to which all subsequent Liszt biographers will <br/> aspire" (Schonberg) and which "goes beyond all norms <br/> in the realm of musical biography" (Edmund Fuller). </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1992 </td> <td> March, June, July </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Aquiles Delle-Vigne </td> <td> <img src="AAOC-93602.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Arcobaleno </td> <td> AAOC-93602 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1990 </td> <td> September </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Fred Oldenburg </td> <td> <img src="Brilliant92457.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Brilliant Classics </td> <td> 92457 </td> <td> Oldenburg performs on an 1842 Erard. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1989 </td> <td> 26-28 September </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Russell Sherman </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Sherman Albany.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Albany Records </td> <td> TROY028-2 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1989 </td> <td> 23 September </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Michael Ponti </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Ponti Klavins.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Klavins Music </td> <td> KM 004 </td> <td> Live recording at Klavierhaus Klavins, Bonn. <br/> <br/> Ponti performs on the unique Klavins-Piano Model <br/> 370, an "upright grand piano"; probably the world's <br/> biggest piano. Refer <a href="http://www.klavins-pianos.com"> www.klavins-pianos.com. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1989 </td> <td> 14 August </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Tzimon Barto </td> <td> <img src="Tzimon Barto.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live recording at the Salzburg Festival. <br/> <br/> Commercially Barto recorded tudes nos. 4 and 11 in <br/> June 1988 on EMI CDC 7 49566 2. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1989 </td> <td> 5-9 January </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Leslie Howard </td> <td> <img src="CDA66357.png" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Hyperion </td> <td> CDA66357 </td> <td> Howard was the first pianist to record all three versions. <br/> Further, on CDA67193 Howard has recorded the 1840 <br/> version of no. 4, i.e. Mazeppa, S.138. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1988 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Robert Leonardy </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Leonardy.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> TGFrecords </td> <td> 97.021 </td> <td> Published 1988. No recording date information. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1988 </td> <td> September </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Michele Campanella </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Campanella.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Nuova Era </td> <td> 6736 </td> <td> This recording is also published on Revista Clsica CDC <br/> 0043 on which the recording date is stated as September <br/> 1983. However September 1988 is the correct date, <br/> confirmed by the pianist. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1988 </td> <td> August </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Janice Weber </td> <td> <img src="MCAD 25890.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> MCA </td> <td> MCAD 25890 </td> <td> 1837 version <br/> Douze grandes tudes, S.137 <br/> <br/> Weber plays the 1840 version of no. 4, i.e. Mazeppa, S.138. <br/> <br/> On 19 May 1988 Weber performed the complete Douze <br/> grandes tudes at Longy School of Music, Boston. Also <br/> performances in London August 1988 and September 1989. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1988 </td> <td> August </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Vladimir Ovchinikov </td> <td> <img src="CDC 7 49821 2.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> EMI </td> <td> CDC 7 49821 2 </td> <td> Earlier Ovchinikov interpretations of nine tudes are <br/> found on Melodya C10 22853 006 (LP) (nos. 1-9, <br/> recorded 1984). </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1988 </td> <td> 27 May </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Jouni Somero </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Somero.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Iton </td> <td> 60197 </td> <td> Concert performance at Robert Schumann Hochschule, <br/> Dsseldorf, however without audience. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1986 </td> <td> 23, 24, 26 September </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Daniel Wayenberg </td> <td> <img src="TechnosonicTSLP8.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Technosonic </td> <td> TSLP 8 (LP) </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1986 </td> <td> August </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Lszl Simon </td> <td> <img src="BIS-CD-369.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> BIS </td> <td> BIS-CD-369 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1986 </td> <td> 19 January </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Roberto Cappello </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Cappello.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> ItalCable </td> <td> ITC 9205 </td> <td> Live recording at Teatro Sistina, Rome. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1985 </td> <td> March </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Jorge Bolet </td> <td> <img src="Decca 414 601-2.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Decca </td> <td> 414 601-2 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1983 </td> <td> June </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Jerome Rose </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Rose.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Monarch Classics </td> <td> M20032 </td> <td> Originally published as a two-LP set on Vox Cum <br/> Laude 2D-VCL 9082. <br/> <br/> First CD transfer was on Vox VU 9022. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1983 </td> <td> February </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Josef Bulva </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Bulva.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Orfeo </td> <td> S 083831 (LP) </td> <td> Earlier Bulva interpretations of two tudes are found on <br/> Telefunken TK 11557/1-2 (nos. 8 and 11, recorded 1974). <br/> <br/> tudes nos. 5 and 11 from Orfeo are available on RCA <br/> Red Seal 88875073052. Same recording includes tude <br/> no. 8 (privately recorded 1983) and no. 9 (recorded 2014). </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1982 </td> <td> 26 April </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Michael Ponti </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Ponti Leo.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Leo Records </td> <td> LEO 8204 (LP) </td> <td> Live recording at Konzertsaal der Deutschen Bank, <br/> Frankfurt. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1981 </td> <td> 10-13 June </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Michael Ponti </td> <td> <img src="8_223126.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Marco Polo </td> <td> 8.223126 </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1980 </td> <td> 4 June </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Michael Ponti </td> <td> <img src="Dante PSG 9766.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Dante </td> <td> PSG9766 </td> <td> Live recording at Warsaw Philharmonic Concert Hall. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> c. 1979 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Michael Ponti </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Ponti France 1979.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live recording, France. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1979 </td> <td> 2 November </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Jorge Bolet </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Bolet 3.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live recording, Freiburg. <br/> <br/> Audio cassette recorded by the American collector <br/> "The Classical Pianist" (TCP). The cassette is dated <br/> 11/2/1979 and assuming this is American date <br/> notation, the date of recording is 2 November and not <br/> 11 February 1979. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1979 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Thomas Rajna </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Rajna crd.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> CRD </td> <td> 1058/9 (LP) </td> <td> The two-LP set was published 1979. No recording date <br/> information. Re-issued on Rajna's own label Amarantha <br/> Records as a two-CD set, AR 901-2. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1979 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Thomas Rajna </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Rajna crd.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> CRD </td> <td> 1058/9 (LP) </td> <td> 1826 version <br/> tude en douze exercices, S.136 </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1978 </td> <td> Autumn </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> John Ogdon </td> <td> <img src="John Ogdon.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Enigma Classics </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> The recording was scheduled, but was never realised <br/> due to Ogdon's illness. <br/> <br/> Ogdon had all 12 tudes in his performance repertoire <br/> and usually included various groupings of three or four <br/> in his programs. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1976 </td> <td> 3 November </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Lazar Berman </td> <td> <img src="Lazar Berman 4.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live recording at Carnegie Hall, New York. <br/> <br/> Some sources suggest that the concert took place on <br/> 11 February 1976. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1974 <br/> 1975 <br/> 1976 </td> <td> March, May, November <br/> June <br/> November </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Claudio Arrau </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Arrau.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Philips </td> <td> 416 458-2 </td> <td> This recording exists in numerous editions by Philips, <br/> Decca and Pentatone. <br/> <br/> Earlier Arrau interpretations of two tudes are found on <br/> Piano Classics PCLD 0015 (nos. 10 and 11, recorded <br/> 1970 and 1937). </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1976 </td> <td> 29 April </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Lazar Berman </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Berman 1976.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> IDIS </td> <td> 6497/98 </td> <td> Live recording at Conservatorio Guiseppe Verdi, Milan. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1974 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Russell Sherman </td> <td> <img src="ATM-cd-1488_small.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Vanguard </td> <td> ATM-CD-1488 </td> <td> First published by Advent on cassette D 1010 in 1974. <br/> Also as a two-LP set on Vanguard SRV 354/5 SD in 1976. <br/> <br/> Some internet sources indicate that the year of recording <br/> is 1973; however this needs to be verified. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1973 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> France Clidat </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Clidat Decca.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Decca </td> <td> 476 4035 </td> <td> The original two-LP set Vega 8025/8026 was <br/> published 1973. No recording date information. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1972 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Roman Rudnytsky </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Rudnytsky.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Muza </td> <td> SXL 0940-0941 (LP) </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1971 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Joseph Banowetz </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Banowetz 3084.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Educo </td> <td> 3084/3085 (LP) </td> <td> Live recording. <br/> <br/> The year of 1971 as per Igor Chernyshev: An historical <br/> and analytical survey of the transcendental etudes by <br/> Sergei Liapunov, August 2007; the thesis is approved by <br/> Banowetz. My copy of Educo 3084 is signed and dated <br/> 21 October 1971 by Banowetz. This could indicate date of <br/> performance; however, is probably just date of signature. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1971 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Joseph Banowetz </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Banowetz.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Educo </td> <td> 3084/3085 (LP) </td> <td> Live recording. <br/> <br/> 1826 version <br/> tude en douze exercices, S.136 <br/> <br/> Educo 3084 includes tudes nos. 1-7 in both versions; <br/> Educo 3085 the remaining five tudes in both versions.</td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1970 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Jorge Bolet </td> <td> <img src="Ensayo 3401.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Ensayo </td> <td> 3401 </td> <td> Earlier Bolet interpretations of nine tudes are found <br/> on RCA Victor LM-2291 (nos. 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10 and <br/> 11, recorded January 1958). Both recordings are part <br/> of the 10-CD set Sony 88843014722. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1970 </td> <td> 11 October </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Jorge Bolet </td> <td> <img src="Jorge Bolet 1975.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Non-commercial live recording at Indiana University, <br/> Bloomington. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1970 </td> <td> 10, 11 October </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Thomas McIntosh </td> <td> <img src="Liszt McIntosh.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Minstrel </td> <td> n/a </td> <td> Originally published as a two-LP set on Unicorn <br/> UNS 228 (nos. 1-9) and UNS 229 (nos. 10-12). </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1970 </td> <td> May, October </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Vladimir Ashkenazy </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Ashkenazy.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Decca </td> <td> UCCD-9655 </td> <td> Regrettably, Ashkenazy only recorded seven tudes <br/> (nos. 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 10 and 11). <br/> <br/> Earlier, stunning recordings of no. 5, Feux follets, <br/> are found on Testament SBT 1047 (recorded 1957) <br/> and Russian Disc RDCD 00374 (recorded live at the <br/> 1962 Tchaikovsky competition where he went on to <br/> win first price, jointly with John Ogdon). </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1968 </td> <td> February </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Louis Kentner </td> <td> <img src="30371 00562.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Carlton </td> <td> 30371 00562 </td> <td> The original two-LP set Vox Turnabout TV 34224-25 <br/> was listed as a new release in the February 1968 <br/> issue of the Schwann catalogue. No recording date <br/> information. <br/> <br/> Earlier Kentner interpretation of tude no. 5, Feux <br/> follets, is found on APR5614, recorded 1937. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1963 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Lazar Berman </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Berman 1963.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Victor </td> <td> VDC-1132 <br/> VICC-2022 </td> <td> Originally published as a two-LP set on Melodya <br/> C 10-04931-4 this recording was also licenced <br/> by e.g. Deutsche Grammophon and EMI. Only <br/> year of recording is indicated. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1959 </td> <td> 27 February <br/> 25, 27 March <br/> 8 April</td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Lazar Berman </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Berman 1959.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> BMG / Melodya </td> <td> 74321 25180 2 </td> <td> Originally published as a two-10" set on Melodya <br/> D 5318/21. <br/> <br/> Earlier Berman interpretations of eight tudes are <br/> found on Piano Classics PCLD0022 (nos. 1, 3, 5, 6, 10, <br/> 11, 12 recorded 1950, 1953, 1956) and Hungaroton <br/> HCD 31685 (nos. 8 and 11 recorded 1956). </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1957 <br/> <br/> <br/> 1958 </td> <td> 26, 27 September <br/> 19 December <br/> <br/> 25, 27 February <br/> 30 May <br/> 26 June </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Georges Cziffra </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Cziffra.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> EMI </td> <td> CDM 7 69111 2 </td> <td> Earlier Cziffra interpretations of eleven tudes are <br/> found on Hungaroton HCD 31569 (nos. 1, 2, 8, 9 <br/> recorded 1956) and Hungaroton HCD 32131 (nos. <br/> 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11 recorded 1954, 1956). As such, <br/> an alternative complete Cziffra set can be obtained <br/> combining these Hungaroton recordings with his <br/> 1985/86 recording of no. 12 on EMI CDC 7 47562 2. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1958 </td> <td> May </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Gunnar Johansen </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Johansen.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Artist Direct </td> <td> The piano music <br/> of Liszt, album 4 <br/> (LP) </td> <td> Thanks to James P. Colias for advising the date <br/> of recording on the basis of examination of the <br/> master tape. <br/> <br/> tudes nos. 5, 6 and 10 are available on Marston <br/> 52065-2. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1956 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Sviatoslav Richter </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Richter Palexa.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Palexa </td> <td> CD-0537 </td> <td> Live recording, Moscow. <br/> <br/> Although not complete (Richter performs nos. 1, 2, <br/> 3, 5, 7, 8, 10 and 11), this is one of the exciting <br/> performances one would wish to have attended. <br/> <br/> Same eight tudes was recorded live in 1957 (SMC <br/> CD 0056) and 1988 (Decca 475 8637). </td> </tr> <tr> <td> 1956 </td> <td> n/a </td> <td style="font-size:15px"> <b> Alexander Borovsky </td> <td> <img src="Liszt Borovsky.jpg" width="110" height="110"/> </td> <td> Vox </td> <td> PL 9690 (LP) </td> <td> Published 1956. No recording date information. <br/> <br/> Includes a substantial cut in tude no. 9. </td> </tr> </table> <p style="font-family:sans-serif; font-size:12px"> Liszt himself never performed the complete set in concert, nor did his students. However, on 18 April and 2 May 1838 Liszt performed nos. 6 and 9 in Vienna. Clara Schumann (1819-1896), severe critic of <br/> Liszt, also learned, if not performed, no. 9 in the 1837 version. As per Yuan Huang's research, the world premiere performance of the complete set in both the 1837 and the 1851 versions could be by <br/> Ferruccio Busoni (1866-1924): On 7 February 1903 Busoni gave a recital at Beethoven-Saal, Berlin; the concert programme reads "24 Grandes tudes d'excution transcendante" which is a combination <br/> of the titles of the 1837 and 1851 versions. As editor of Liszt's complete tudes (Breitkopf & Hrtel, 1910-1911), Busoni was well aware of the different titles of the three versions; however while the concert <br/> programme to another Busoni recital, on 31 October 1911, reads "Grandes tudes d'excution transcendante" and thus indicating the 1837 version, it was actually the 1851 version that was performed on <br/> that occasion. However, since Liszt used the prefix "24" exclusively for the 1837 version, this may support that Busoni did indeed perform the complete 1837 version on 7 February 1903 at Beethoven-Saal, <br/> Berlin. The following year Busoni gave three all-Liszt recitals at same venue. The first recital on 15 December 1904 included the complete 1851 version as well as the complete Paganini-tudes, also in <br/> their 1851 version (the concert programme reads "12 tudes d'excution transcendante" and "Grandes tudes d'aprs les caprices de Paganini"). Alas, Busoni only recorded tude no. 5, Feux follets, and <br/> regrettably it was recorded by the problematic reproducing piano roll system. The Duo-Art 5686 recording was released in October 1915 and is reproduced on Nimbus Records NI 8810. After Busoni, the <br/> next complete performance of the 1851 version was probably by Swiss pianist Gottfried Staub (1861 1937) on 5 November 1907 at Stadt-Casino, Basel, Switzerland. Although Claudio Arrau (1903-1991) <br/> stated in 1976 that the 1837 version "would not be able to be played in concert by anyone", Busoni's feat was followed by Janice Weber in 1988 and Alexander Paley in 1994, refer details above. Also Ian <br/> Hobson has performed the complete 1837 version on at least two occasions, on 14 June 2002 in London and on 1 March 2011 in Illinois. The first recording of an 1837 version tude was probably by John <br/> Ogdon (1937-1989), who on 20 January 1970 recorded no. 11, available on BBC Music BBCL 4089-2. First acoustic recording of an 1851 version tude was by Liszt student Arthur Friedheim (1859-1932), <br/> who on 1 July 1912 recorded no. 5, Feux follets, originally published on Columbia 517/30931 and transferred to CD on Pearl 9972. First piano roll of an 1851 version tude was by Emil von Sauer (1862-1942), <br/> also a Liszt student, who in November 1905 recorded a Welte-Mignon piano roll of no. 4, Mazeppa, transferred to CD on Pierian 0039. </p> <p style="font-family:sans-serif; font-size:12px"> Established 26 November 2011. Latest update 30 May 2018. </p> <p style="font-family:sans-serif; font-size:12px"> Copyright &copy <a class="email fn" href="mailto:clausnyvangkristensen@gmail.com"> Claus Nyvang Kristensen</a>. All rights reserved. <a href="index.htm">Home page</a> </p> </body> </html>