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Franz Liszt: Les Preludes And Other Symphonic Poems: Orchestre Symphonique

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COMPOSITEUR: Franz Liszt
ÉDITEUR: Dover Publications
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Conducteur
This authoritative edition presents full-score reproductions of three of Liszt’s best-known symphonic poems. Les Preludes (Symphonic Poem No.3) grew out of the composer’s unpublished choral setting of Joseph Autran’s poem “The Four Elements”, blending stirring martial music and lovely pastoral
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Compositeur Franz Liszt
Éditeur Dover Publications
Instrumentation Orchestre Symphonique
Type de produit Conducteur
Année de publication 1995
Période Romantic
ISBN 9780486283227
UPC 800759283224
DOV283224
Nombre de Pages 240
Compositeur Franz Liszt
Description
This authoritative edition presents full-score reproductions of three of Liszt’s best-known symphonic poems. Les Preludes (Symphonic Poem No.3) grew out of the composer’s unpublished choral setting of Joseph Autran’s poem “The Four Elements”, blending stirring martial music and lovely pastoral themes to make this work the most popular of the symphonic poems. Mazeppa (Symphonic Poem No.6) evokes Victor Hugo’s portrayal of the Cossack leader and the symbolic triumph that comes only after defeat: “He runs, he flies, he falls, and he stands up king!” Heroide Funebre (Symphonic Poem No.8) is the last vestige of the monumental Revolutionary Symphony, planned but never completed, suggesting universal brotherhood: a fine, heroic, dignified funeral march.
In these richly sonorous works, Liszt explored the concept of the one-movement “transformation of themes,” an approach to composition that Wagner would carry forward in his development of the leitmotif. Liszt’s expanding chromaticism would be no less influential, anticipating the twentieth century’s embrace of atonality. Frequently performed favourites of audiences around the world, these three works are reprinted from the original Breitkopf & Härtel edition.
Songlist
  • 1. "Les Preludes ""after Lamartine"""
  • 2. "Mazeppa ""after Victor Hugo"""
  • 3. Heroide Funebre
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