Ferenc Liszt lived 75 years. Is it a lot or a little? He could have done more, but, apparently, he burned himself, trying to catch too much. And he had time. Ferenc Liszt wrote 647 works. He studied frantically, taught, opened conservatories, conducted, engaged in music education, took to heart to heart revolutions that were supposed to change the life of his people. The comet that swept over the Hungarian villages on October 22, 1811, as it were, marked the life of the newly born Ferenc Liszt. Already in childhood, he showed amazing talent, and this happy star seemed to accompany him all his life.
Loving Parents of Franz Liszt
Adam Liszt served with Prince Esterhazy as “overseer of the sheep.” Until the age of 14, he played the cello in the prince’s orchestra, led by Joseph Haydn. Adam composed the works. In 1805 he made an appointment to Eisenstadt, where in his spare time from his main job he continued to play in the orchestra, having the opportunity to work with Continue reading