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The Alan Walker Book Award

THE ALAN WALKER BOOK AWARD

The Alan Walker Book Award, founded in 2010 and supported by the American Liszt Society, was first awarded in 2011. It has been awarded triennially for a new book in English, a translation into English, or a substantially revised new edition of a book in English that contributes to Liszt scholarship. Topics include the life and music of Liszt, the life and music of a pupil of Liszt, and other Liszt-related research.

PREVIOUS RECIPIENTS

 

2023

From Gypsy to Bohemian: A Study of the Musical Rhapsody

Anna G. Piotrowska
Turnout: Brepols, 2021


Second Prize
Liszt and Virtuosity
Robert Doran, editor
University of Rochester Press, 2020

2020

Liszt and the Symphonic Poem
Joanne Cormac
Cambridge University Press, 2017

2017
Liszt’s Final Decade
Dolores Pesce

University of Rochester Press, 2014

2014
Co-first Prize Recipients

Liszt’s Transcultural Modernism and the Hungarian-Gypsy Tradition

Shay Loya

University of Rochester Press, 2011

Correspondence of Franz Liszt and the Comtesse Marie d’Agoult

Michael Short, translator
Pendragon, 2013

 


2011

Liszt as Transcriber
Jonathan Kregor

Cambridge University Press, 2010

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