Hungarian Rhapsody No.14, S.244/14 (Liszt, Franz)
Emil von Sauer (1862–1942)
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Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Orchestra (Liszt/Doppler)
- Originally published as No.1 in F minor (S.359/1) in the orchestral version. Some later editions change the numbering to correspond to the piano version.
Franz Doppler (1821–1883), co-orchestrator
Leipzig: J. Schuberth & Co., n.d.(ca.1875)
There is some dispute about the extent of Dopppler's and Liszt's contributions
These files are part of the Orchestra Parts Project.
For Piano 4 hands (Liszt)
Leipzig: Schuberth, n.d.(1875). Plate 5265.
|Work Title||Hungarian Rhapsody No.14|
|Alternative Title||Lento, quasi marcia funebre|
|Opus/Catalogue Number||S.244/14 ; LW.A132/14|
|Year/Date of Composition||1846|
|Dedication||Hans von Bülow|
- Composed for solo piano, 1847 (= S.244/14), based on themes from Nos.21 and 22 of Magyar rapszódiák, S.242
- Published 1853 by Schlesinger (Berlin)
- Arranged for orchestra by Liszt and Franz Doppler, 1857–60, as Hungarian Rhapsody No.1 in F minor (= S.359/1)
- Published 1874–75 by Schuberth (Leipzig)
- Orchestral version arranged for piano 4 hands by Liszt, 1874 (= S.621/1)
- Published 1875 by Schuberth (Leipzig)
Themes from the rhapsody were also used by Liszt in his Fantasie über ungarische Volksmelodien, S.123
|Hungarian Rhapsodies by Franz Liszt|
Magyar rapszódiák - Ungarische Rhapsodien - Rhapsodies hongroises
|See also Wikipedia|