Beethoven Symphonies, S. 464

Listz began his work on the transcriptions of Beethoven's symphonies in 1838, selling the transcriptions to publishers at the time. He completed the 5th, 6th and 7th symphonies before setting the work aside in order to concentrate on other compositions and touring. Only in 1863 did the Breitkopf & Härtel suggested that he transcribe the complete set for publication. For this work, Liszt simplified passages of his earllier transcriptions, stating that "the more intimately acquainted one becomes with Beethoven, the more one clings to certain singularities and finds that even insignificant details ... more

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RecordingI Allegro con brio
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RecordingII Andante con moto
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RecordingIII Scherzo Allegro
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RecordingIV Allegro
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