What nationality were the composers Franz Liszt and Bla Bartk?
What does FL stand for?
FL stands for Franz Liszt (classical composer)
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Or you can stay in to watch Franz Liszt (Sky Arts 2, 2pm and 8pm), which celebrates the 200th anniversary of the birth of the Hungarian pianist and composer.
1811: Franz Liszt, composer, creator of the symphonic poem, and piano virtuoso, was born near Sopron, Hungary, in what was then the Austrian Empire.
A few of the compositions featured during the recital included "Piano Quartet in E Flat Major, Opus 47" by Robert Schumann; "Sposalizio" by Franz Liszt and "Polonaise in A Flat Major, Opus 53" by by Frederic Chopin.
He also performed two pieces by Franz Liszt accompanied by Vladimir Krasnov on the trombone, concluding with a piece by Josef Rheinberger accompanied by Uliana Golikova on the violin.
Say played pieces by Franz Liszt, Leos Janacek and Sergei Prokofiev for an audience of around eight hundred people.
1811: Franz Liszt, composer and piano virtuoso, was born near Sopron, Hungary in what was then the Austrian Empire.