La notte, S. 112/2

Franz Listz wrote his orchestral work La Notte between the years 1860 and 1864, conceiving it as an extended version of Il Penseroso from the Annés de Pelerinage suites. Liszt indubitably held La Notte in his steem, as he indicated at the end of the autograph score that it should be played at his funeral. The work upon which it was based, Il Penseroso (meaning 'the thoughtful'), might be considered a work about Liszt himself, given that thoughtful was the nickname he employed when he wrote letters to Marie d'Agoult. Thus ... more
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