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Father and son traveled to Vienna, and Antonio Salieri, Mozart's old rival, quickly became a proponent of Liszt's genius. Upon hearing the boy play at a private home, he offered to train him in composition free of charge. For several months, the young pianist held performances for both musicians and kings. His most impressive talent was his uncanny ability to improvise an original composition from a melody suggested by an audience member. At the age of 12, Liszt traveled with his father to Paris to seek admittance to the Paris Conservatory. The admissions council denied him a place in the school on the grounds that he was a foreigner. His father, ever determined, turned to Ferdinando Paer to teach his son advanced composition. It was during this time that Liszt wrote his first and only opera, Don Sanche.

In impeccable concert dress and with facial expressions of artistic full-focus, transport, and ecstasy, Tom and Bugs carry on a tradition of virtuosic solo performance perfected by Liszt, whose model, the Genoese violinist Nicolò Paganini (1782 – 1840), took care not to quash the rumor that he had obtained his amazing fiddle-playing prowess by trading his soul to the Devil. In his Six Paganini Etudes (1838; revised 1851), Liszt would acknowledge his debt to the Italian. The Third Etude gives an instance of the strategy of much of Liszt’s early, solo-piano, work: It transfers Paganini’s unaccompanied violin etude to a new medium and works to lift something that had become familiar – even a bit banal – to a higher level at which the audience might experience the genius of the musical invention anew. The gesture is redemptory. The principle is evident in the scores by which Liszt made his early extravagant impression, many of them being in the “transcription” genre. See for example: La Sonnambula Fantasy , after Bellini (1839); Reminiscences of Don Juan , after Mozart (1841); and The Faust Waltzes , after Gounod (1861).


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