Tuesday 11/29: In the wake of last year's Chopin and Schumann bicentenaries, Franz Liszt's has gotten short shrift. Yet Liszt, for all his excesses, was perhaps the most influential all-round musician of the 19th century -- a phenomenon that still demands attention. Enter pianist André Watts, who burst on the scene in 1963 playing Liszt's E-flat Concerto, and whose well-plotted, all-Liszt Schubert Club recital features the great B-minor Sonata and several of the questing late pieces, along with more finger-breaking fare.