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Ferenc Liszt - Faust Symphony / 3 portraits after Goethe for orchestra / György Korondy tenor / Hungarian Army Male Chorus / Sándor Margittay organ / Conducted by János Ferencsik / Hungaroton Classic Audio CD 1995 / HCD 12022

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Ferenc Liszt - Faust Symphony / Three portraits after Goethe / for orchestra, tenor solo and male chorus / György Korondy tenor / Hungarian Army Male Chorus / Hungarian State Orchestra, Sándor Margittay organ / Conducted by János Ferencsik / Hungaroton Classic Audio CD 1995 

Eine Faust-Symphonie in Drei Charakterbildern (S.108) / Faust-szimfónia három képben (S.108)

Nach Goethe / Goethe nyomán

HCD12022

UPC 5991811202224

MADE IN HUNGARY

TOTAL TIME: 65:38 

Composed: 1853 - 1854, revised: 1857 (Closing Chorus)

Text of Movement III based on ´Corus mysticus´ from ´Faust´ by Goethe

 

Label:  Hungaroton ‎– HCD 12022
Format:  CD, Album
Country:  Hungary
Released:  1994
Genre:  Classical
Style:  Romantic
 
 
 

Tracklist:

1. Faust
2. Gretchen / Margit
3. Mephistopheles / Mefisztó

 

  Faust-Symphony R. 425  
1 I. Faust  
2 II. Margit = Gretchen  
3 III. Mefiszto = Mephostopheles  

 

 

  • ChorusHungarian Army Male Chorus
  • Chorus Master Béla Pődör
  • ConductorJános Ferencsik
  • DesignMiklós Szűts
  • EngineerJudit Lukács
  • OrchestraHungarian State Orchestra
  • OrganSándor Margittay
  • PaintingEugène Delacroix
  • ProducerJános Mátyás
  • Tenor VocalsGyörgy Korondy

 

 

A Faust Symphony in three character pictures (German: Eine Faust-Symphonie in drei Charakterbildern), S.108, or simply the "Faust Symphony", was written by Hungarian composer Franz Liszt and was inspired by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's drama, Faust. The symphony was premiered in Weimar on September 5, 1857, for the inauguration of the Goethe–Schiller Monument there.

Liszt transcribed the complete score for two pianos, and the middle movement alone ("Gretchen") for solo piano.  The transcription of 'Gretchen' was recorded by Leslie Howard as part of his set of complete recordings of Liszt's solo piano music.

 

T. solo (Movement III. only) - male choir (T-B) (Movement III. only) - 3 fl. (III anche picc.), 2 ob., 2 cl., 2 fg. - 4 cor., 3 tr., 2 trb., trb.b., tuba - arpa, org. - 4 timp., perc. (trg., ptti.) - strings: vl. 1, vl. 2, vla., vlc., cb.

 

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