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Posted: March 04 2008 at 6:51am | IP Logged Quote stefoodie

a bio for the kids

A long bio is here, though definitely not for impressionable minds.

We will be listening to Via Crucis for the remainder of Lent.

And The Young Liszt after.

There's also a movie that seems to be suitable for the younger set. My requested copy hasn't come yet so I can't say anything about it for now:)

Please feel free to add your own suggestions!

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Posted: March 04 2008 at 2:20pm | IP Logged Quote Chari

I LOVE reading about Liszt........definitely not for kids, but I have really enjoyed the bios I read about him........could not get enough ..........even though he had a longtime relationship with a married woman.....and had kids, too, I think.....he later turned to the Church and received a few steps of Holy Orders to the priesthood. He lived almost as a hermit in his later years, and folks made musical and spiritual pilgrimages to see him. He did not leave a ton of composed music and was very famous for his playing, others pieces as well......and boy could he improvise!..........it pains me to know I can never HEAR him play.......only read about others opinions of his playing.   

BTW, some of the composer/artists series kind of upset me in what they allow children to see (Bizet's for one.....grrrr).....I do believe the Liszt movie is good and one of our favorites......but, it has been awhile since we have seen it.......so no promises

Thanks, Stef!



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