Zsuzsanna Domokos,director of the Franz Liszt Memorial Museum and Research Center, holds famous Hungarian composer Franz Liszt's manuscript which is previously thought lost in the museum in Budapest, Hungary, on March 10, 2018. The manuscripts believed to be of famous Hungarian composer Franz Liszt were presented in the museum on Saturday in a solemn ceremony. (Xinhua/Attila Volgyi)
BUDAPEST, March 10 (Xinhua) -- Manuscripts believed to be of famous Hungarian composer Franz Liszt were presented in the Franz Liszt Memorial Museum and Research Center here on Saturday in a solemn ceremony.
They were purchased from a private heritage by the Liszt Academy, with the help of state subsidies.
"These manuscripts represent a tremendous value as they keep the handwriting of Franz Liszt, founder of the Academy of Music," Andrea Vigh, rector of the Liszt Academy of Music said at the event, adding "The manuscripts contain the Hungarian spirit of Franz Liszt."
Liszt was a Hungarian musician in the 19th century, recognized as one of the greatest in the world.
He developed his brilliant talent as one of the outstanding pianists of his time, as a bold innovator in composition, a conductor and an influential teacher.
The historically significant, unique national relics will be preserved by the Franz Liszt Memorial Museum and Research Center.