3 Concert Etudes, S. 144

3 Études de concert, S. 144 (also LW. A118) is a set of three solo piano studies composed by Franz Liszt between 1845 and 1849. The set was published in 1849 in Paris under the title 'Trois caprices poétiques', with each piece bearing an individual title (Il lamento, La leggierezza, Un sospiro). As the name of the set indicates, they are intended not only for the acquisition of a better technique, but also for concert performance. The composer dedicated to these pieces to Eduard Liszt.

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Sheet Music 3 Études de concert, S. 144 - Complete Score (S.144) (Leipzig: Fr. Kistner, n.d.) Preview Favorite Download
Sheet Music 3 Études de concert, S. 144 - Complete Score (S.144) (Ferruccio Busoni - Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel) Preview Favorite Download
Sheet Music 3 Études de concert, S. 144 - Complete Score (filter) (Emil von Sauer - Leipzig: Edition Peters, Ed.3600d, n.d) Preview Favorite Download
Sheet Music 3 Études de concert, S. 144 - 1. Il lamento (S.144/1) (Leipzig: Fr. Kistner, n.d) Preview Favorite Download
Sheet Music 3 Études de concert, S. 144 - 3. Un Sospiro (S.144/3) (August Schmid-Lindner) Preview Favorite Download

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