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Orpheus - Symphonic Poem No.4 - Franz Liszt - Best Of Golden Classics / Symphonic Poems (CD)

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  1. 'Orpheus' is completely different, a quiet piece depicting the Greek God with the harp used most delicately, this piece was a particular favorite of the English conductor, Sir Thomas Beecham. Both works were performed under Liszt's baton in The Fifth and Sixth symphonic poems bring together two famous legends, Prometheus and Mazeppa.
  2. Browse: Liszt - Orpheus, symphonic poem No. 4, S98 This page lists all recordings of Orpheus, symphonic poem No. 4, S98 by Ferencz Liszt (). Showing 1 - 10 of 57 results4/5.
  3. May 05,  · Franz Liszt's best symphonic poems. Les Préludes Mazeppa The battle of the Huns Orpheus Tasso - Lamento e Trionfo Budapest Symphonic Orchestra.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Liszt: Symphonic Poems - Alfred Scholz on AllMusic. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Liszt: Symphonic Poems - Alfred Scholz on AllMusic Orpheus, symphonic poem for orchestra, S. 98 (LW G9) Franz Liszt. Alfred Scholz. Amazon: 3: Hungarian.
  5. Dec 23,  · In Liszt revised both the overture and the choruses, which resulted in the expansion of the overture to a symphonic poem and the choruses to a concert stage work. The work that was composed to illustrate the imprisonment, pain, hope, and the final triumph of Prometheus turned out to be incomprehensible to the contemporary public due to the.
  6. CD: MDT AmazonUK AmazonUS Sound Samples & Downloads: Franz LISZT () The Sound of Weimar The Authentic Sound of Liszt’s Orchestral Works Volume 2 Les Préludes, Symphonic Poem No.3, S97 (, pub) [] Orpheus, Symphonic Poem No.4, S98 (/4) [].
  7. The two-piano versions of Liszt's 12 symphonic poems are the composer's own; with an unerring eye on the market, he released these works in orchestral, two-piano, and piano four-hands versions (and later versions for a single piano made by students, but overseen by Liszt himself). Many if not most listeners in the 19th century would have encountered the works in piano versions of one kind or.
  8. CD 8: Liszt: Symphonic Poems Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne, Orpheus & Die Ideale 1. Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne, symphonic poem No.1, S (after Victor Hugo) 2. Orpheus, symphonic poem No.4, S 3. Die Ideale, symphonic poem No, S. (after Schiller) London Philharmonic Orchestra, Bernard Haitink Total Playing.

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