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Liszt: Symphonic Poems - New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Michael Halász (conductor)
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  1. Hungaria, symphonic poem for orchestra, S. 103 (LW G13)
  2. Héroďde funčbre (I & II), symphonic poem for orchestra, S. 102 (LW G4)
  3. Le Triomphe funčbre du Tasse, for orchestra, S. 112/3 (LW G25/3) (Ode funčbres No. 3)
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Of all the forms that bear Franz Liszt's stamp, the symphonic poem is perhaps his most original contribution to orchestral music, and the 13 works he designated as such were among the most influential of the mid- to late nineteenth century. Of these, Les Préludes, Mazeppa, and Hamlet are the best known today and the most often performed; but the others are worthy of attention, even though they have fallen somewhat out of fashion and are infrequently programmed. Between 1991 and 2005, Michael Halász recorded Liszt's cycle ...