Liszt's towering B minor Sonata has almost attracted as much attention for its mystery as it has for its beauty. For over 100 years scholars have suggested hidden meanings, from a retelling of the Faust Legend to a secret autobiography. The pianist Clara Schumann once commented that it was merely "blind noise", while Alfred Brendel called it "Powerful and intelligent"
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