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Pianist and composer Liszt was giving performances all over Europe and made his famous concert tour to St. Petersburg, Russia. Liszt's brilliant piano playing impressed the Russian royalty... See more »

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Imre Sinkovits ...
Ferenc Liszt
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Carolyne (as Ariadna Shengelaya)
Sándor Pécsi ...
Belloni
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Prince Wittgenstein
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Marie D'Agoult
Larisa Trembovelskaya ...
Lola Montez (as Larissa Trembovelskaya)
Irina Gubanova ...
Olga Janina
Tamás Major ...
IX. Pius pápa
Klári Tolnay ...
Kozima, Liszt leánya
Lajos Básti ...
Trefort Ágost, kultuszminiszter
Ferenc Bessenyei ...
Vörösmarty
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Miska
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Glinka, Russian composer (as P. Shelokhonov)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gennadi Bednostyn
Tibor Bitskey
Kornél Gelley ...
Pap
Péter Huszti
Sergei Karnovich-Valua
Zsolt Kocsy
Ivan Kolejev
György Kálmán ...
Rendõrfönök
Vasili Leonov
Gábor Mádi Szabó ...
Liszt apja
László Márkus ...
Herceg
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(voice)
Emmanuil Shvartsberg
Bertalan Solti
Sándor Suka ...
Haydn
Vera Szemere ...
Liszt anyja
Géza Tordy
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Tsar's sister
Zoltán Latinovits ...
Prince (uncredited) (voice)
Ildikó Pécsi ...
Lola Montes (uncredited) (voice)
Svyatoslav Richter ...
Pianist (uncredited)
Éva Ruttkai ...
Carolyne (uncredited) (voice)

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Márton Keleti

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D. Delj ... ()
 
Imre Keszi ... ()

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Lajos Óvári ... producer

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Ferenc Farkas

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István Hildebrand

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Mihály Morell

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László Kovács ... colorist: restoration (uncredited)

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László Duba
Aleksey Rudyakov

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Tivadar Márk
Tatyana Ostrogorskaya

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Grigori Dydenko ... production manager
Ottó Elek ... production manager
Lajos Óvári ... production manager

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Oleg Dashkevich ... assistant director

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János Arató ... sound engineer
Vladimir Yakovlev ... sound engineer

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Vadim Grammatikov ... assistant camera

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György Czifra Jr. ... conductor
Ferenc Farkas ... music arranger
János Ferencsik ... conductor

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Mihály Benyó ... production staff
Nándor Csoboth ... production staff
Géza Dobrányi ... production staff
Natalya Dudinskaya ... choreographer
Géza Fülöp ... script editor
Isaac Glikman ... script editor
György Ivanicza ... production staff
Péter Ivanicza ... production staff
Sándorné Juhász ... production staff
Ferenc Katona ... script editor
Sándor Köõ ... assistant to director
Gyula Mészáros ... assistant to director
Jánosné Németh ... production staff
Hajnal Sellõ ... production staff
Konstantin Sergeyev ... choreographer
Miklós Szurdi ... production staff
Oleg Tretyakov ... production staff
Pál Wind ... production staff
Jerry Winters ... presenter
Vera Yelinskaya ... production staff
Béla Örsi ... production staff

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Plot Summary

Pianist and composer Liszt was giving performances all over Europe and made his famous concert tour to St. Petersburg, Russia. Liszt's brilliant piano playing impressed the Russian royalty and aristocracy. Even the Russian Tsar had to stop talking when Liszt was playing his piano. Liszt became friends with the Russian composer Glinka. Liszt's beautiful music touched everyone's heart. Women pursued him and his lengthy affair with countess Marie D'Agoult was in trouble. In Russia Liszt met the beautiful princess Carolyne, who soon left her husband for Liszt . She became his last love, and he composed the "Dream of Love", dedicated to her. But the Chirch did not allow Liszt to marry princess Caroline, because she could not terminate her first marriage. Being loved by the public, Liszt was never really happy in his personal life, and he expressed himself making beautiful music. Written by Steve Shelokhonov

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Also Known As
  • Ференц Лист (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • The Loves of Liszt (World-wide, English title)
  • Dreams of Love - Liszt (World-wide, English title)
  • Sueños de amor (Spain)
  • Franz Liszt (Greece)
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  • 171 min
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Budget $30,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Filming locations in St. Petersburg, Russia were at the same venues where Liszt was performing before the Russian aristocracy. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Trianon (2005). See more »

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