Features of the performance of compositions by romantic composers in Uzbekistan ( on the example of Liszt's creativity)


F. Liszt

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Mukhamedova, F. (2020) “Features of the performance of compositions by romantic composers in Uzbekistan ( on the example of Liszt’s creativity)”, Eurasian music science journal. Tashkent, Uzbekistan, (2), pp. 111–120. doi: 10.52847/EAMSJ/vol_2020_issue_2/A9.


Romantic art is a high example of lyrical-psychological, vital-truthful embodiment of the inner spiritual world of a person. The attraction to figurative concreteness, the desire to fill the sound of the piano with emotional warmth and intonation expressiveness, the colorful characteristics of different keys, characteristic of romantic composers, are fertile material for performers. It is difficult to count all the romantic composers of different national schools, who differ from each other in their original piano style, imaginative sphere and artistic thinking. Pianists of Uzbekistan, the most frequently performed such works of the romantics, as the piano concertos of F.Chopin, R. Schumann, E. Grieg, J. Brahms. Among them, a huge layer of the piano heritage of the great Hungarian composer Franz Liszt (1811-1886) remains steadily relevant and arouses interest. The versatility of the creative hypostases of F.Liszt gives grounds for a powerful development of research thought in the study of each of the individual spheres of his activity. In scientific research devoted to F.Liszt, the questions of performing interpretation of his numerous piano compositions occupy an important place.



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