Franz Liszt is a film score composer.
The Daysleepers are awesome I did not listen to it, but if it isn't much like Franz Liszt, I probably wouldn't like it. On this subject, William Lane Craig writes in Reasonable Faith (the title of which would be a contradiction in such a naïve and misunderstood definition of faith), “Reason is a tool to help us better understand our belief; as Anselm put it, ours is a faith that seeks understanding.”  Faith is a strong belief that a certain proposition is true, and this can be supported with rational justification.
Let’s humor my opponent’s argument for just a moment, and grant that his definition is true. Faith can be blind or it can be based in reason – either way, it’s simply a strong confidence that a certain proposition is true.
Joachim Raff is just another talent composer during the post-Napoleonic era that has often been eclipsed by the more famous composer of the age such as Felix Mendelssohn, Robert Schumann, Franz Liszt, and Frederic Chopin.
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Liszt in 1858 by Hanfstaengl
The sound of the fountains of the famous garden of Villa d'Este inspired Liszt to write a piano piec...
A statue of Liszt
Liszt, photo by Franz Hanfstaengl, June 1867.
A memorial tablet in Bratislava at building of Leopold de Pauli Palace telling about his concert in ...
Detail of a photo by Franz Hanfstaengl, 1858
Liszt at the piano, an engraving based on a photograph by Louis Held, Weimar, 1885.
Liszt in 1843