100556 | HUNGARY. Franz Liszt bronze award Medal.
100556 | HUNGARY. Franz Liszt bronze award Medal. Issued 1933. Issued for the International Pianists' Competition in Budapest (70mm, 166.67 g, 12h). By J. Reményi.
LISZT FERENC VERSENYE ZONGORAMÜVÉSZEK NEMZETKÖZI, bust right / BUDAPEST / 1933, winged muse on knees right, raising hand to face and holding lyre. Edge: Plain.
Niggl 1159. Gem Mint State. Soft yellow-brown surfaces, with impressive relief.
Born in the village of Doborján in the Kingdom of Hungary, Franz Liszt (1811-1886) was an extremely prolific composer and virtuoso, and both a friend to and promoter of many of his musical contemporaries. Some of his progressive ideas within the field include the symphonic poem, thematic transformation, and extreme departures in the area of harmony. This medal was presented as an award for the International Pianists' Competition, held in Budapest in 1933.
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