Results for "Christopher O'Riley"
by Geno Thackara
Devoting an entire album to another artist's songs is a tradition with, let's say, a checkered history. It can be done out of anything from genuine love to simple goofy novelty. The results are sometimes honorable or even transcendent, other times often pointless copies or cheap money grabs (remember that early-noughties flood of string quartet tributes ...
Label: Oxingale Records
Track listing: CD1: Mozart/Liszt--Reminiscences de Don Juan; Schumann/Liszt--Fruhlingsnacht; Wagner/Liszt/Moszkowski/O’Riley--Prelude und Liebestod from Tristan Und Isolde; Schubert/Liszt--Fruhlingsglaube. CD2: Berlioz/Liszt--Symphonie Fantastique (Five Movements).
by C. Michael Bailey
Hungarian pianist and composer Franz Liszt (1811-86) made a career as the consummate concert showoff. He fully learned to be a showoff from fiddler Nicolo Paganini (1782--1840), who, with Liszt, championed the idea of the Artist as Hero." Previously, it had not been so fashionable for an artist to outshine the composer whose music he or ...