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UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI
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I, _________________________________________________________,hereby submit this work as part of the requirements for the degree of:in:It is entitled
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July 25, 2005Jaejin LeeDoctor of Musical ArtsPiano Performance
A Pedagogical Approach to Franz Liszt’s Second BalladeProfessor Robert Zierolf Professor Eugene Pridonoff Professor Michelle Conda
 
A Pedagogical Approach toFranz Liszt’s Second Ballade
A graduate document proposal submitted to theDivision of Graduate Studiesat the University of CincinnatiIn partial fulfillment of therequirements for the degree of DOCTOR OF MUSICAL ARTSin the Keyboard Studies Divisionof the College-Conservatory of MusicJuly 25, 2005 byJaejin Lee2337 Meadow Springs CircleColumbus, OH 43235
 M.M. Michigan State University, 1997B.M. Seoul National University, 1995Advisor Professor Robert Zierolf ________________________ Readers Professor Michelle Conda
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Professor Eugene Pridonoff _______________________
 
ABSTRACT
Franz Liszt’s second ballade was composed in 1853 and published by Kistner inLeipzig. It was dedicated to Count Charles de Linange, who was the half-brother of Queen Victoria. It was written in B-minor, the same tonality as his piano sonata. Thesonata and the ballade were composed and published in the same year. Liszt’s B-minorsonata has drawn an enormous amount of scholarly attention and has become standardrepertoire. Yet, the B-minor ballade has been somewhat neglected. Most pianists arefamiliar with the four ballades by Chopin, but few know that Liszt wrote two.This document is intended to guide students, teachers, and performers towardpreparation and performance of Liszt
s second ballade. Therefore, I have decided to writethis document from the viewpoint of a pianist who is learning this piece by him- orherself. With that idea, pertinent questions needed to be answered such as: Whatbackground information do I need to know? What is the overall structure of the work?What details do I need to pay attention to in order to understand Liszt
s intentions? Howshould I overcome technical difficulties in certain passages? Each chapter is designed toanswer these questions, respectively.In chapter I, the historical background of the composer and overview of the

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