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Franz Liszt
Description: A film about the composer Franz Liszt, who having withdrawn a monastery in his old age, recalls the last time he saw his long lost love Caroline de Saint-Cricq.
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Clip #: TFA-87F
Length: 10:46
Year: 1929
Color: B/W
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1920s
Filmmaker: James A. Fitzpatrick
Subject: Musical Instruments
Original: 16mm
1920s, Franz Liszt, Nathaniel Shilkret conducting Victor Concert Orchestra, reenactment elderly Abbé Liszt living in monastery opening birthday gift of flowers from “a lady,” Liszt playing organ while long lost love Caroline de Saint-Cricq appears in his day dreams, Liszt smelling flower received as gift and recalling last time he saw Caroline, Oedenburg gypsy camp, gypsies dancing accompanied by musicians, Caroline’s father bursting into gypsy camp, church bells ringing as everyone kneels down to pray, Liszt and Caroline kissing as they bid farewell to each other and her father leads her away, Liszt bending down to smell flower Caroline has dropped, elderly Abbe Liszt smelling flower, church bell being rung, Liszt and monks kneeling down to pray

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