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Ernst Burger, Franz Liszt in der Photographie seiner Zeit: 260 Portraits, 1843–1886 (Munich: Hirmer, 2003). 142pp. &49.90

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  13 April 2011

Jonathan Kregor
Harvard University


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1 Quoted in Newhall, Beaumont, The History of Photography from 1839 to the Present, rev. edn (New York, 1982), 66.Google Scholar

2 For the sake of completeness, Burger also includes photographs from the same sitting that may vary minimally from one another (7). For all of Burger's efforts, however, Held's Liszt-Tableau (photo 39) from 1890 proves that there are at least 24 photos of Liszt shot in the 1860s still missing.

3 Budapest, 1986.

4 This edition (Princeton, 1989) is a revised translation of Liszt, Franz. Eine Lebenschronik in Bildern und Dokumenten (Munich, 1986)Google Scholar.