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Notated Music Szózat und Ungarischer Hymnus

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Title

  • Szózat und Ungarischer Hymnus

Names

  • Liszt, Franz, 1811-1886, composer, arranger of music
  • Egressy, Béni, 1814-1851
  • Erkel, Ferenc
  • Andrássy, Gyula, gróf, 1823-1890, dedicatee

Created / Published

  • Pest : Rózsavölgyi & Comp., [between 1873 and 1892?]

Headings

  • -  Piano music, Arranged
  • -  National songs--Hungary--Instrumental settings

Genre

  • Scores
  • Instrumental settings
  • Arrangements (Music)
  • Art music

Notes

  • -  Based on two Hungarian national songs for chorus, Szózat by Béni Egressy and Hymnusz by Ferenc Erkel; Liszt originally adapted these pieces for orchestra (S. 353); arranged for solo piano.
  • -  Lacks plate impressions, suggesting a later publication date than the 1873 first edition.
  • -  Date of publication based on use of forints and krajczár as currency on title page.
  • -  Staff notation.
  • -  "Gr. Andrássy Gyula, Ö excellenciájának hálás tisztelettel, ajánlja Liszt F."--Preliminary page.
  • -  Copy 1: LC's copy has "Raabe" written on title page in pencil.
  • -  Copy 2: Formerly a part of the Cedric Thorpe Davie Collection.

Medium

  • 1 score (15 pages) ; 34 cm

Call Number/Physical Location

  • M3.3.L77 S99
  • Microfilm 86/20,226 (Mus) Item 157 Microfilm.

Digital Id

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2017569066

Online Format

  • image

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Chicago citation style:

Egressy, Béni, Ferenc Erkel, and Gyula Andrássy. Szózat und Ungarischer Hymnus. composeds by Liszt, Franz, Oser, Arranger Of Music [Pest: rózsavölgyi & comp., between 1873 and 1892?, 1873] Notated Music. https://www.loc.gov/item/2017569066/.

APA citation style:

Egressy, B., Erkel, F. & Andrássy, G. (1873) Szózat und Ungarischer Hymnus. Liszt, F., comp [Pest: rózsavölgyi & comp., between 1873 and 1892?] [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2017569066/.

MLA citation style:

Egressy, Béni, Ferenc Erkel, and Gyula Andrássy. Szózat und Ungarischer Hymnus. comp by Liszt, Franz, Oser, Arranger Of Music [Pest: rózsavölgyi & comp., between 1873 and 1892?, 1873] Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2017569066/>.