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Symphonic Poem No.2 After Byron

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  1. London Philharmonic Orchestra. Mephisto Waltz No.1, S. No.2 "The Dance in the Village Inn" (after Lenau).
  2. Both the term symphonic poem and the form itself were invented by Franz Liszt, who in works such as Les Préludes (; after Alphonse de Lamartine’s Méditations poétiques) used thematic transformation to parallel the poetic resdafopportpensatucatimysonti.coinfo musical form is free, though somewhat akin to the sonata form used in the first movement of symphonies.. Specific approaches differ among composers and.
  3. Feb 21,  · LISZT: Dante Symphony; Tasso – Lament and Triumph, Symphonic Poem No. 2; Kuenstlerfestzug zur Schillerfeier – Women’s Chorus of the Weimer National Theater/ Youth Choir of the Jena Philharmonic/ Staatskapelle Weimar/ Kirill Karabits – Audite , (2/14/20) [Distr. by .
  4. 1 Symphonic Poem No. 3 After Lamartine Orpheus 2 Symphonic Poem No.4 Tasso, Lamento E Trionfo 3 Symphonic Poem No.2 After Byron Total Time:
  5. Apr 13,  · Franz Liszt: Symphonic Poem No. 2 "Tasso, Lamento e Trionfo" Liszt is generally credited with creating the symphonic poem — a free-form piece inspired by a pre-existing narrative. "Tasso, Lamento e Trionfo" is based on works by Byron and Goethe about a sixteenth-century Italian court poet, Torquato Tasso.
  6. Tasso, Lamento E Trionfo (Symphonic Poem No.2, After Byron) C: Hungaria (Symphonic Poem No.9) D1: Mazeppa (Symphonic Poem No.6) D2: Hamlet (Symphonic Poem No) E: Ce Qu'On Entend Sur La Montagne (Berg-Sinfonie) (Symphonic Poem No.1, After Victor Hugo) F1: Hunnenschlacht (The Battle Of Huns) (Symphonic Poem No) F2: Von Der Wiege Bis Zum.
  7. Aug 17,  · Tasso, Lamento e trionfo, symphonic poem No.2, S (after Byron) Scenes from Lenau's "Faust" 2. 2.

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