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    Kit Armstrong | piano 

    Liszt in all his splendour by Kit Armstrong.

    Kit Armstrong
    Kit Armstrong © Jean-François Mousseau

    Machaut Ballades and virelais (transcriptions by Kit Armstrong)
    Liszt Three sonnets by Petrarch, excerpts from Années de pèlerinage
    Fauré Preludes No. 1, 2 & 3, (op. 109) Nocturne No. 6 , Barcarolle No. 12
    Liszt Sposalizio, Après une lecture du Dante, excerpts from Années de pèlerinage

    Liszt is the favourite composer of the young prodigy and favourite disciple of Alfred Brendel. In this concert, he will explore all facets of Liszt: poetic, lyrical and fiendish, comparing him to two of the greatest French composers: Guillaume de Machaut, the creator of polyphony, about whom he is preparing an opera, and Gabriel Fauré, the master of harmony.

    PRODUCTION MPSZ Associates

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