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Meet the Composer - Franz Liszt

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he TARDIS is arriving in Constantinople in 1847 (Istanbul, Turkey now). We find the famous composer and pianist, Franz Liszt, in quarantine (and bored out of his mind) after performing there. Let's find out what the great Liszt has to say to our time-traveling kids.

The TARDIS arrives!


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Liszt's Paganini Etude

Franz Liszt

(born October 22, 1811, died July 31, 1886)


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