[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Donald P. Spence, Narra- tive Truth and Historical Truth. Meaning and Interpreta- tion in Psychoanalysis (New York, 1982)
Spence
Narrative Truth and Historical Truth. Meaning and Interpretation in Psychoanalysis
1982
2
Ernst Kris, Psychoanalytic Explorations in Art (New York, 1952), especially chap. 2
Kris
chap. 2
Psychoanalytic Explorations in Art
1952
Otto Kurz, Legend, Myth, and Magic in the Image of the Artist (New Haven, 1979)
Kurz
Legend, Myth, and Magic in the Image of the Artist
1979
3
Kris, Legend, Myth, and Magic, p. 14.
Kris
14
Legend, Myth, and Magic
4
Lina Ramann, Franz Liszt, Artist and Man, trans. E. Cow- dery, 2 vols. (London, 1882), I, 25 and 24.
Ramann
I
Franz Liszt, Artist and Man
1882
5
Joseph d'Ortigue, "Franz Liszt: Étude biographique," Ga- zette musicale de Paris, 14 June 1835, p. 196
D'Ortigue
14 June
196
Gazette musicale de Paris
1835
6
Gustav Schilling, Franz Liszt: Sein Leben und sein Wirken aus nächster Beschauung (Stuttgart, 1844), p. 28.
Schilling
28
Franz Liszt: Sein Leben und sein Wirken aus nächster Beschauung
1844
7
Schilling, p. 30
30
Ramann, pp. 29ff
Ludwig Rell- stab, Franz Liszt: Beurtheilungen-Berichte-Lebensskizze (Berlin, 1842), pp. 59-60
Rellstab
59
Franz Liszt: Beurtheilungen-Berichte-Lebensskizze
1842
"das alte Fieber" is connected to Liszt's concert at Oedenburg, in 1820
Das alte Fieber
1820
d'Ortigue, p. 196
196
8
Kris (1979), pp. 86ff
9
D'Ortigue, p. 196.
196
10
Acta musicalia Nr. 4364
4364
Acta musicalia
Johann Hárich, "Franz Liszt-Vorfahren und Kinderjahre," Österreichische Musikzeitschrift 26 (1971), 506
Hárich
506
26
Österreichische Musikzeitschrift
1971
"Liszt Ferenc ösei és gyermekévei" [Franz Liszt's ancestors and childhood], Enekszó 2 (1935)
Liszt
2
Enekszó
1935
Hárich, "Liszt Ferenc családja és az Esterházy hercegek" [Franz Liszt's family and the Princes Esterházy], Napkelet 12 (1934), 511
Hárich
511
12
Napkelet
1934
Arisztid Valkó, "A Liszt család a levétári iratok tükrében" [In light of the archival documents about Liszt's family], Magyar Zene 4 (1961), 388-99
Valkó
388
4
Magyar Zene
1961
5 (1961), 498- 507
Hárich (1934)
Hárich (1971)
Hárich (1934)
11
Hárich (1971), 508
508
Hárich (1934), 512
512
Hungarian translation is given of the original: "Liszt eléggé muzikális, de a zen⫑és igazi módja elötte egy kisse még is- meretlen, amit azonban a herzegi zenekarban való gyakorlat által k⤵nyen elsajátithat, mert a zenei tehetség, amint láts- zik' nem hiányzig nála."
12
Lina Ramann, Lisztiana (Mainz, 1983), p. 387
387
August 1874
13
Hárich (1934), 512
512
14
Hárich (1934), 512
512
15
Acta mus. Nr. 3500
Hárich (1934), 514
514
16
Hárich, "Beethoven in Eisenstadt," Burgenländische Heimatblätter 21 (1959), 168-88
Hárich
168
21
Burgenländische Heimatblätter
1959
17
Hárich (1934), 315
315
Acta mus. Nr. 3510
3510
Acta mus.
Hárich (1934), 315
315
18
Liszt's recollection of his early struggles with the Ham- merklavier Sonata
19
Hárich (1934), 514
514
20
Alan Walker does in Franz Liszt: The Virtu- oso Years 1811-1847 (New York, 1983), p. 4
Walker
4
Franz Liszt: The Virtuoso Years 1811-1847
1983
Adolph Frankenburg was a childhood friend of Liszt, and left two different sets of mem- oirs: Emlék iratok [Written Memoirs], 3 vols. (Pest, 1868)
Frankenburg
Emlék iratok
1868
Oszinte Vallomáisok [Sincere Confessions], 2 vols. (Pest, 1861)
Oszinte Vallomáisok
1861
vol. I, pp. 66-77
21
Frankenburg (1868)
22
Schilling, pp. 29-30
29
23
August Göllerich, Franz Liszt (Berlin, 1908), pp. 159-60
Göllerich
159
Franz Liszt
1908
Princess Sayn-Wittgenstein, in Franz Liszts Briefe, ed. La Mara, 8 vols. (Leipzig, 1893-1905), VII, 164
Sayn-Wittgenstein
VII
Franz Liszts Briefe
1905
24
Émile Haraszti, "Liszt ä Paris," Revue musicale 17 (April and July 1936), 258
Haraszti
April
258
17
Revue musicale
1936
25
Sigmund Freud, "From the History of an Infantile Neurosis," in Three Case Histories (New York, 1963), p. 217
Freud
From the History of an Infantile Neurosis
217
Three Case Histories
1963
26
Ramann (1983), p. 389
389
27
Ibid, 390.
390
28
Freud in "Fam- ily Romances," Collected Papers 5 (New York, 1959), 74- 78
Freud
Family Romances
74
5
Collected Papers
1959
"The Childhood of the Artist: Libidi- nal Phase Development and Giftedness" and "The Family Romance of the Artist," The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child 12 (1957), 47-72
47
12
The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child
1957
13 (1958), 9-43
Ernst Kris, "The Personal Myth: A Problem in Psy- choanalytic Technique," Journal of the American Psy- choanalytic Association 4 (1956), 653-81
Kris
653
4
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association
1956
Beethoven (New York, 1977)
chap. 2
29
Walker, p. 85.
30
Acta mus. Nr. 3279; Hárich (1934), 514, Valkó, 502.
31
Acta mus. Nr. 3506; Härich (1934), 514-15, Valkö, 502.
32
Acta mus. Nr. 3531; Hárich (1934), 515, Valkó, 502-03.
33
Acta mus. Nr. 3325, 4216; Valkó, 503-04.
34
Acta mus. Nr. 3546; Valkó, 504.
35
Acta mus. Nr. 3546; Valkó, 504-05.
36
Schilling, p. 47
47
37
Walker, pp. 79-80
38
Allan Keiler, "Liszt Research and Walker's Liszt," Mu- sical Quarterly 70 (1984), especially pp. 380-9610.2307/742044
380
39
Walker, pp. 81-86
Liszt to Ilka Horowitz- Barnay, whose recollections about Liszt were first published in "Im Hause Franz Liszt," Deutsche Revue 22 (June, 1898), 76-84
Liszt
June
76
22
Deutsche Revue
1898
"Liszt Re- search." I discuss Mrs. Barnay's version below
n. 45
40
Göllerich, p. 160.
160
41
Carl Czerny, Erinnerungen aus meinen Leben (Stras- bourg, 1968), p. 29
Czerny
29
Erinnerungen aus meinen Leben
1968
42
0n 18 March 1824.
43
Adam Liszt's reply is given in Walker, pp. 110-11.
Liszt
110
Reply is given in Walker
44
La Pandore, 20 October 1825.
20 October
La Pandore
1825
46
Göllerich, Liszt gave a prominent place to Czerny: it was "to please Czerny"
Göllerich
Liszt gave a prominent place to Czerny: it was "to please Czerny
47
Anna Freud, The Ego and the Mechanisms of Defense, rev. edn. (New York, 1966), especially chap. 6: "Denial in Fantasy."
Freud
chap. 6: "Denial in Fantasy
The Ego and the Mechanisms of Defense
1966
48
Briefwechsel zwischen Franz Liszt und Carl Alexan- der, Grossherzog von Sachsen, ed. La Mara (Leipzig, 1909), pp. 114-18
Mara
114
Briefwechsel zwischen Franz Liszt und Carl Alexander, Grossherzog von Sachsen
1909
49
La Mara (1909), p. 116.
116
50
Kris (1979), p. 20.
51
Geraldine Keeling, "Liszt's Appearances in Parisian Concerts, 1824-1844. Part I: 1824-1833," Liszt Society Journal 3 (1986), 22-34
Keeling
22
3
Liszt Society Journal
1986
52
Mária Eckhardt, "Liszt á Marseilles," Studia Musico- logica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 24 (1982), 163- 9710.2307/901828
163
pp. 168-69
53
J. -G. Prod'homme, Les Symphonies de Beethoven (Paris, 1906), p. 324
Prod'homme
324
Les Symphonies de Beethoven
1906
54
The Memoirs of Hector Berlioz, trans. David Cairns (St. Alban's, 1974), chap. 44
Cairns
chap. 44
The Memoirs of Hector Berlioz
1974
55
P. Garnault, "Chrétien Urhan (1790-1845)," Revue de musicologie 11 (1930), 98-11110.2307/926515
98
56
27 April 1833
57
W. von Lenz, The Great Piano Virtuosos of Our Time, trans. Madeleine R. Baker (New York, 1899), pp. 14-15.
Lenz
14
The Great Piano Virtuosos of Our Time
1899
58
Prod'homme, Les Sonates pour piano de Beethoven (Paris, 1938), p. 126
Prod'homme
126
Les Sonates pour piano de Beethoven
1938
59
Prod'homme (1938), pp. 126-27
126
60
Czerny, p. 29.
29
61
Dezsö Legány, Franz Liszt: Unbekannte Presse und Briefe aus Wien 1822-1886 (Vienna, 1984)
Legńy
Franz Liszt: Unbekannte Presse und Briefe aus Wien 1822-1886
1984
Vienna, 1838-40
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