Lisztomania

Lisztomania

Lisztomania was a term that was coined in the 19th century to describe the obsessive fan hysteria surrounding the classical composer Franz Liszt. Admirers would fight over his locks of his hair, pull his carriage like horses, and carry glass vials of his old cigars and coffee dregs.

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