Alan Walker featured in NYT coverage of Liszt

In the August 23, 2011, edition of the New York Times, Anthony Tommasini, in writing about Liszt, draws on the expertise of Cornell University Press author Alan Walker: “In his monumental three-volume Liszt biography and in two supplemental books, Mr. Walker makes a case for Liszt, who died in 1886, as the towering musical figure of the 19th century.” Read the whole article here: For Liszt, Experimentation Was a Form of Greatness.

Walker is the author of Reflections on Liszt, Franz Liszt, Volume I: The Virtuoso Years, 1811–1847, Franz Liszt, Volume II: The Weimar Years, 1848–1861, Franz Liszt, Volume III: The Final Years, 1861–1886, and the editor of The Death of Franz Liszt Based on the Unpublished Diary of His Pupile Lina Schmalhausen.

Alan Walker featured in NYT coverage of Liszt