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Liszt is cool
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by AndroLiszt August 27, 2021
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An overexaggerated message of a pianist/person to another pianist. And the name of the Hungarian Piano Virtuoso, "Franz Liszt Ferenc".

It means that you are playing like a God, the Piano Emperor himself.

It was rumored that while Liszt was playing, girls would pass out from his greatness. And he was playing without looking at his hands. It was also rumored that he have played all the pieces that he made.
Person 1: *plays Transcendental Etude No. 4, "Mazeppa" in a very fast tempo*
Person 2: Goddamn! It sounds like Liszt has been reborn!
by It's a Classic June 17, 2023
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Rhyming slang, meaning 'pissed'. Note that this is the UK meaning of pissed, as in 'drunk', rather than the American meaning of 'angry'. Is usually shortened to Brahmsed.
"Hey there, d'you want to drive me home?"
"Nah love, I'm absolutely brahmsed."
by Bonny lad November 14, 2004
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World- Class show-off, and 70% of his attractiveness comes from his piano skills (according to 20th century ladies). He is known also to be the greatest piano virtuoso of all time, and this by copying Paganini (the virtuoso violinist). He was friends with many composers, including Frederic Chopin (who once called him a "zero"). His works are still appreciated to date and they are known for causing many complaints from modern pianists (mostly found on YouTube comment sections).
Franz Liszt stole my girlfriend at his recital.
I've had enough of Franz Liszt's terribly difficult pieces for the piano.
I hate it when Franz Liszt composes.
by Randomcomposer November 2, 2020
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Franz Liszt (or Liszt Ferenc) was a hungarian composer and could very well be called one of the greatest to ever lived. He was a virtuoso and is known to be one of the most skilled with a lot of pieces (many taken from other composers just improved, even admitted by the original once). His own pieces are great as well. Opinion based but he had almost every style from romance.
A: "I want to play this piece from him"

B: "well... Rondo Fantastique 'El Contrabandista' is too hard... actually don't play any pieces from Franz Liszt, you will fail and regret!"

A: "As if"
-All fingers broken and brought to a hospital-

A: "Give me 'Für Elise'."
by Weil_Baum May 5, 2017
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La campanella is a set of pieces derived of the same Paganini Violin Concerto No.2 in B Minor, the most popular is the S.139 versions in 1851, tho thats not the only piece derived from that concerto, there exists the "Grande Fantisie de bravoure sur La Clochette", the "La Campanella S.140 (1834)" and the more popular "La Campanella S.139 (1851)" the more recent la campanella's are the most simplified version of La Clochette, considered being the most difficult Liszt piece (technically wise) the recent versions are still technically dificult, but like, La clochette is the hardest, just look it up, you will die.
P1: Hey im learning Liszt La Campanella
P2:Wich one?
P1:S.139 version
P2:Lmao thats easy try something harder like idk Mazeppa S.137 or Fusees S.137
P1: Do you want me to die
P2: yes i hate you should KILL YOURSELF
by SeiyaIdk September 7, 2023
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