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Liszt Ferenc: Dances, Marches and Scherzos II (I/14)

Edited by Sulyok Imre, Mező Imre
Setting: Piano
Series: New Liszt Edition I. 'B'
Genre: Complete Edition
Period: Romantic
Language: English, German
Length: 164 pages
Format: 23 x 30 cm
Weight: 0.598 kg
Published: 1984
Publisher: Editio Musica Budapest Zeneműkiadó
Item number: 8858
ISMN: 9790080088586
Volumes I/13-14 of the New Liszt Edition contain dance pieces, marches, and scherzos. As far as possible, in the volumes the pieces are given in chronological order. The works in volume 14 were composed over a period spanning 35 years, with the earliest written in 1849, and the latest in 1885. Liszt wrote the Ungarischer Geschwindmarsch (Hungarian quick march) in 1870 in Szekszárd, where, with minor breaks, he spent the months from August to November.

In the footnotes, as well as editorial comments we give the performance indications that August Göllerich noted down in 1884-86, when he took piano lessons from the composer.

As customary, there are two versions of the publication: a blue clothbound edition and a grey softcover edition. The preface, which gives the most important information on the contents and technical details, is identical in both versions, but only the former includes an English description of the sources and a critical commentary. Both versions include a facsimile of a page of Liszt's original autograph manuscript.

Contents

1.
Goethe-Festmarsch (2. változat - 2nd version - 2. Fassung)
R. 48/b G. 521
2.
Siegesmarsch - Marche triomphale
R. 56/a G. 233/a
3.
Magyar gyors induló - Ungarischer Geschwindmarsch
R. 56 G. 233
4.
Csardas macabre
R. 46 G. 224
5.
Premiere Valse oubliée
R. 37/1 G. 215
6.
Deuxieme Valse oubliée
R. 37/2 G. 215
7.
Troisieme Valse oubliée
R. 37/3 G. 215
8.
Vierter vergessener Walzer - Quatrieme Valse oubliée
R. 37/4 G. 215
9.
Dritter Mephisto-Walzer
R. 38 G. 216
10.
Mephisto-Polka
R. 39 G. 217
11.
Bülow-Marsch
R. 52 G. 230
12.
2 Csardas 1. Csardas
R. 45 G. 225
13.
2 Csardas 2. Csardas obstinée - Hartnäckiger Csardas
14.
Vierter Mephisto-Walzer
R. 661 G. 696
15.
Vierter Mephisto-Walzer Bagatelle ohne Tonart - Bagatelle sans tonalité
R. 60/c G. 216/a
16.
Festmarsch zur Säkularfeier von Goethes Geburtstag (1. változat - 1st version - 1. Fassung)
R. 48/a G. 227
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