Karl Czerny

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Austrian virtuoso pianist and composer of many works for the piano


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This year's program includes Mozart's Overture to Don Giovanni as arranged for six pianists by Carl Czerny; Duets for two keyboards by Carl Philippe Emanuel Bach; Smetana's Sonata in One Movement for eight hands; an arrangement of Borodin's Polovetsian Dances; Rachmaninoff's Vocalise; Philip Glass' Four Movements for Two Pianos; Saint-Saens' Dance Macabre; Gillock's Champagne Toccata for four pianists; Igor Rogalyov's March and Mazurka from Book of Marches and Dances; Debussy's Danse Profane; Bolcom's The Serpent's Kiss; a Piazzolla tango; jazz selections; and an arrangement by Kallin Johnson of Beatles tunes for seven pianists.
And indeed Joseph Eberle's career as depicted was most varied, including the publishing of wide-inclusive editions of compositions by Ludwig van Beethoven, Carl Czerny, Joseph Lanner and Franz Schubert, a "paper war" of music sheet printing and trade in 1900, and similar historical points on the music trade in Vienna from the 1880s to the early 20th century, Eberle being a hugely important figure with fierce competitiveness.
Four acclaimed pianists perform short solo works before joining forces for a rare performance of Carl Czerny's virtuosic Quatuor Concertant for four pianos.
This gave rise to the phenomenally successful piano teaching industry, at the apex of which sat Carl Czerny.
(15) Carl Czerny, Erinnerungen aus meinem Leben (R/Baden-Baden, 1968), p.19.
CARL CZERNY, too, had to contend with the overwhelming presence of Beethoven, though for most music lovers, suggesting that Czerny might even be in the running for a position as a significant composer - let alone a great one - would be like sending a gourmet seeking exquisite cuisine to the nearest McDonald's, or telling a drama critic that Silvester Stallone had given the definitive performance of Hamlet.
I have to remind him of Adam Liszt's letter to Carl Czerny of 14 August 1825, from Paris (my italics): 'We gave our own concert at the Theatre .
Beethoven's own statements naturally appear, and of course Carl Czerny guides us in Beethoven's absence.
The pianist has received a number of awards, including the first and special prize at the National Musical competition Paul Constantinescu in 1997, grand prizes at the National Music competition Carl Czerny in 1998 and at the International Competition WA Mozart in 1999.
Among the topics are Liszt's Verbunkos legacy and the paradoxes of Hungarian music, his transcriptions and the issue of authenticity, rethinking the politics of music in the 1850s and 1860s, celebrating him at his birthplace 1936-2011, Carl Czerny and Liszt's early European tours 1823-25 and 1826, and the film Liszt's Dance with the Devil.
Example 1 shows the offending measure, as cribbed by Carl Czerny for his 1837 publication.
Composer Carl Czerny said it reminded him of Hamlet's encounter with his father's ghost - hence the title.
Four acclaimed pianists perform solo works before joining forces for a rare performance of Carl Czerny's virtuosic Quatuor Concertant for four pianos.