La Campanella 的問題
Liszt 與 Paganini有甚麼關係?
I play violin and my friend told me that Liszt's La Campanella is a violin piece, is that true?
is that any recordings for me to listen?
I want to play it but I just confuse wif this two musician.
one more thing, what's the piano's character in this song?
accompany violin? or it is the main character?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Paganini is a violin virtuoso, while Liszt is a piano virtuoso.
Liszt's La Campanella is actually no.3 of his "Grandes Etudes de Paganini", which included 6 etudes written by Liszt for solo piano, and these pieces are based on Paganini's Caprices (which are some showpieces for violin)
La Campanella is a difficult piano solo showpiece (LRSM level), and there are many recordings on Youtube (just search for La Campanella).
2009-01-03 20:38:26 補充：
Thanks very much Sir Elgar.
I just realized I'm thinking about the forth etude when answering this question. Thanks for correcting me - you are correct there.Source(s): myself
- ThomasLv 61 decade ago
Just to say something.
Originally, La Campanella is the 3rd movement of Paganini's Violin Concerto No.2 in B minor (Rondo).
Later, Liszt rearranged this piece into Paganini etude, which is the piano version we usually listen to.
Send me emails if you still have questions
2008-12-30 23:49:05 補充：
La Campanella is not from Paganini's caprices.
There are not duet version for this piece. Paganini wrote for violin and orchestra while Liszt wrote for solo piano.