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Franz Liszt PROFILE

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NameFranz Liszt
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BirthdateOctober 22, 1811
Death DateJuly 31, 1886
(died at age 74)
ZodiacLibra
BirthplaceHungary
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OccupationPianist
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Considered one of history's greatest pianists and musical educators, he composed the 19 Hungarian Rhapsodies from 1846 to 1885.

Before Fame

He learned from Carl Czerny, who had been taught by Ludwig van Beethoven and Johann Nepomuk Hummel.

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He was the inventor of the symphonic poem and one of the best-known members of the New German School, or Neudeutsche Schule. He also transcribed numerous pieces by other composers for the piano, leading to their enhanced popularity.

Family Life

He was in a long-term relationship with Countess Marie d'Agoult, with whom he lived from 1835 until 1839. They had three children together, daughters Blandine and Cosima and son Daniel.

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He was known for his generosity and support of other composers, namely Edvard Grieg, Camille Saint-Saëns, Alexander Borodin, Hector Berlioz, and Richard Wagner.

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