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Here he speaks to those works and the pairing. This cycle is the quintessence of his artistic vision. Liszt tried and succeeded in composing pieces where his spirit, that knew no boundaries, went into spheres where only artistic being is allowed to enter. Of course, he used the language that he adopted. And Lyapunov, a Russian romantic composer and adorer of Liszt, completed the cycle. And musically, being very descriptive, they are much more accessible than some of the etudes written by Liszt.

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Life Edit Lyapunov was born in Yaroslavl in After the death of his father, Mikhail Lyapunov , when he was about eight, Sergei, his mother, and his two brothers one of them was Aleksandr Lyapunov , later a notable mathematician went to live in the larger town of Nizhny Novgorod.

There he attended the grammar school along with classes of the newly formed local branch of the Russian Musical Society.

On the recommendation of Nikolai Rubinstein , the Director of the Moscow Conservatory of Music, he enrolled in that institution in His main teachers were Karl Klindworth piano; a former pupil of Franz Liszt , and Sergei Taneyev composition; a former pupil of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and his successor at the Conservatory.

He graduated in , more attracted by the nationalist elements in music of the New Russian School than by the more cosmopolitan approach of Tchaikovsky and Taneyev. He went to St. Balakirev, who had himself been born and bred in Nizhny Novgorod, took Lyapunov under his wing, and oversaw his early compositions as closely as he had done with the members of his circle during the s, now known as The Five. They collected nearly songs, which the society published in Lyapunov arranged 30 of these songs for voice and piano and used authentic folk songs in several of his compositions during the s.

Petersburg Conservatory in For many years the official Soviet line was that Lyapunov had died during a concert tour of Paris, no acknowledgement being made of his voluntary exile. He made several tours of Western Europe, including one of Germany and Austria in — From he also made appearances as a conductor, mounting the podium by invitation in Berlin and Leipzig in In the spring of Lyapunov recorded some of his own works for the reproducing piano Welte-Mignon Op.

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Life[ edit ] Lyapunov was born in Yaroslavl in After the death of his father, Mikhail Lyapunov , when he was about eight, Sergei, his mother, and his two brothers one of them was Aleksandr Lyapunov , later a notable mathematician went to live in the larger town of Nizhny Novgorod. There he attended the grammar school along with classes of the newly formed local branch of the Russian Musical Society. On the recommendation of Nikolai Rubinstein , the Director of the Moscow Conservatory of Music, he enrolled in that institution in His main teachers were Karl Klindworth piano; a former pupil of Franz Liszt , and Sergei Taneyev composition; a former pupil of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and his successor at the Conservatory. He graduated in , more attracted by the nationalist elements in music of the New Russian School than by the more cosmopolitan approach of Tchaikovsky and Taneyev. He went to St.

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Russian romanticism, existing alongside the mainstream of Western music and having very specific national characteristics, was able to bridge the turn of the century. Romantic tradition and ideals were so solid that even the works of the pioneers of the "new music", such as Rimsky-Korsakov, Scriabin, Stravinsky, were deeply rooted in the aesthetics of romanticism. The smooth transition infused the "new music" with forms and ideas of truly Russian nature. Russia held firm in the struggle against new ideas, charged with energy in the effort to destroy the old world of romanticism with its stereotyped forms, its old symbols, old ideas and methods of composition. Some composers, e. Medtner and Rachmaninoff, did not accept the creative ideas and methods of the new movement, remained faithful to the "high and beautiful", while others, like Prokofiev and Stravinsky moving in different directions, paid tribute to the newest trends of modern music.

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