Ann Cummings | Inside The Music, Who Says Love Isn't Dangerous?

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Inside The Music, Who Says Love Isn't Dangerous?

by Ann Cummings

Pianist, Ann Cummings, presents works by Franz Liszt, accompanied with her insightful commentary about Liszt and his music.
Genre: Classical: Piano solo
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1. oral commentary
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2. oral commentary
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3. Mazeppa
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4. oral commentary
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5. Vivo
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6. oral commentary
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7. Czardas Macabre
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8. oral commentary
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9. Andante Lagrimoso
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10. oral commentary
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11. Miserere
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12. oral commentary
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13. Pensees des Morts
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14. oral commentary
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15. Weigenlied
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16. oral commentary
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17. (Mazeppa surprise)
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18. oral commentary
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19. Ballad II
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Album Notes
The music of Franz Liszt is notorious for it's virtuosity, emotional theatrics,and spiritual fortitude. Reaching into
perhaps the darkest realm of human consciousness, Franz Liszt traversed sin, fear, insanity, and trauma in his music. Yet, instead of darkness, Liszt's music is sublime. Ann Cummings recreates this transcendental journey on her programmatic CD with her own daring twist to the plot, her dynamic performances of Liszt's music.

Listener's comments:

I've been listening to your CD over and over. I find the concept you present absolutely fascinating! Steve K. in Seattle

Wow! You perform those fast pieces by Liszt at lightening speed! CJ in Seattle

We auctioned one of your CDs at our fundraiser, and I couldn't believe the battle during the bidding! The bidders really wanted to hear your Liszt. Alan Compt, Las Vegas

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