Liszt and His World: Proceedings of the International Liszt Conference Held at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 20-23 May 1993

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INDEX
Aber, Adolf, 76n
Ábrányi, Korné1, 89
Aeschylus:
Oresteia, 98
Aftonbladet “Stockholm”, 238
Agoult, Charles d' (Count), 22, 24-5, 28n
Mémoires, 28n
Agoult, Claire d', 23, 28
Agoult, Louise d', 23, 28
Agoult, Marie d' (Countess), 2, 7, 17-35, 39-40, 47, 76, 240n
as “Daniel Stern,” 29, 33, 54
letters of, 2
LITERARY WORKS
Essai sur la liberié, 29n
Mémoires, 23, 39n
Nélida, 33
Albert, Eugéne d', 229, 342n, 350
Alfieri, Vittorio, 60
Aligieri, Dante, 44, 47-8, 60
Divina Commedia, 47
Allegri, Gregorio, 123
Miserere, 258n
Allgemeine Deutsche Musikverein, 204n
Allgemeine Lexicon der bildenen Künstler, 146n
Alsace (France), 222
Altenburg: see “Weimar”
Altenburg, Detlef, 62n, 71n, 188n-9n, 204n-5n, 305n
Alton, Aimée d', 19
Amadé, Antal (Count), 4
Amadé, Tádé (Count), 4
Ambros, August Wilhelm, 55, 329n
America, 44
American Liszt Society, 216n
Analecta Lisztiana II, 16n
Analisi, 247n
Andersen, Hans Christian, 223
Anna Pavlovna, Grand-duchess of Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach, 64-6, 96
Anregungen für Kunst, Leben und Wissenschaft, 201n
Antonova, Jana, 302n
Antwerp, 220
Apponyi, György (Count), 4, 13
Arad (today in Rumania), 14
archetypes (characters and situations), 70
Arndt, Ernst Moritz, 55
Arneth, Alfred, 55
Arnim, Bettina von, 55
Arnold, Ben, ix, 37
Ashkenazy, Vladimir, 342-3
Asia, 243
Athens, 32n
Auber, Daniel-François, 158
Augsburg, 6
Augustine of Hippo (Saint), 59
Augusz, Antal, 9, 13
Auman, Elizabeth H., l0ln, 137n, 178n-9n, 221n
Austen, Jane, 44
Austin, William, 304n
Australia, 91
Autran, Joseph, 49
Bach, Carl Philip Emanuel, 268n
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 39, 220, 232
Fugue in a minor (trans. Liszt), 242
Bache, Constance, 2
Bäcker-Grøndahl, Agathe Ursula, 217,236-7
Backus, Joan, 247n
Bačvarova, Radmila, 330n
Bad Berka (Germany), 208-9
Baden-Baden, 196
Bakhtin, Mikail, 207, 303n
Balakirev, Mily Alexeyevich:
Islamey, 343
King Lear, 315n
Ballache, Pierre, 41, 49
Balzac, Honoré (de), 49

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