Magyar dalok, S.242 (Liszt, Franz)
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10. Adagio sostenuto a capriccio. Allegro vivace (S.242/10)
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Yakov Milstein (1911–1981)
Liszt: Sochinennia dlia fortepiano
Moscow: Muzyka, n.d. Plate 7598
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|Work Title||Magyar dalok|
|Alternative Title||Magyar dallok / Ungarische Nationalmelodien / Hungarian National Melodies / Mélodies Hongroises|
|Opus/Catalogue Number||S.242/1–11 ; LW.A60a|
|Year/Date of Composition||1839-40|
|First Publication||1840 (Nos.1–7), 1843 (Nos.8–11)|
|Dedication||Nos.1–6: Count Leo Festetics (1800–1884)|
No.7: Count Casimir Esterházy (1805–1870)
- 1. Lento (C minor)
- 2. Andantino (C major)
- 3. Sehr langsam (D♭ major)
- 4. Animato (C♯ major)
- 1st version of S.243/2, S.243bis/2. Themes re-used in S.244/6
- 5. Tempo giusto (D♭ major)
- 1st version of S.243/1, S.243bis/1. Themes re-used in S.244/6
- 6. Lento (G minor)
- Themes re-used in S.242/12, S.244/5
- 7. Andante cantabile (E♭ major)
- 1st version of S.244/4
- 8. Lento. Tempo marciale (F minor)
- 9. Lento. Quasi Presto (A minor)
- 10. Adagio sostenuto a capriccio. Allegro vivace (D major)
- 11. Andante sostenuto (B♭ major)
- 1st version of S.243/3. Themes re-used in S.244/3, S.244/6
For the continuation of the series, see Magyar rapszódiák, S.242/12–21
- Nos.1 to 11 composed for solo piano, 1839–40 (= S.242/1–11)
- Nos.1 to 6 published 1840 by Haslinger (Vienna), as "Hefte I"
- No.7 published 1840 by Haslinger (Vienna), as "Hefte II"
- Nos.8 and 9 published 1843 by Haslinger (Vienna), as "Hefte III"
- Nos.10 and 11 published 1843 by Haslinger (Vienna), as "Hefte IV"
- Nos.5, 4 and 11 revised 1843 as Nos.1, 2 and 3 of Ungarische Nationalmelodien (= S.243/1–3)
Themes from several pieces were also re-used by Liszt in his Hungarian Rhapsodies, S.244