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Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne (Symphonic Poem No. 1), S. 95

What One Hears in the Mountains

By Franz Liszt

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Orchestra [2+1, 2, 2+1, 2 - 4, 3, 3, 1], timpani, percussion, harp, strings
What One Hears in the Mountains. Composed by Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Edited by Otto Taubmann. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Tone Poems. Romantic Period; Hungarian. Study Score. Published by Petrucci Library Press (SA.40215).

Item Number: SA.40215

ISBN 9781608740215. 8.25 x 11 inches.

The first of a ground-breaking series of thirteen works for orchestra, Liszt's "Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne" (What One Hears in the Mountains) drew its inspiration from a poem by Victor Hugo. Composed from 1848-54, it was given its premiere in Weimar in January of 1857 with the composer conducting the Weimar Hofkapelle. This new study score is a digitally-restored reissue of the score edited by Otto Taubmann in the first volume of the Liszt-Stiftung edition, published in 1908.

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