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The Huns - Symphonic Poem


  1. Liszt - Hunnenschlacht, symphonic poem No. 11, S This page lists all recordings of Hunnenschlacht, symphonic poem No. 11, S (Battle of the Huns) by Ferencz Liszt (). Showing 1 - 10 of 27 results.
  2. (Liszt's The Battle of the Huns) Symphonic poem: A one-movement orchestral work meant to illustrate a nonmusical object like a poem, painting, or view of nature.
  3. Symphonic Poem No. 11, "Battle of the Huns", a song by Franz Liszt, Nikolai Golovanov on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Beethoven, symphonic model, apotheosis Among Liszt's symphonic poems, Hunnenschlacht (The Battle of the Huns, ) is unique in taking as its model not a literary source but a painting by Wilhelm von Kaulbach.1 This work was premiered in the Weimarer Hoftheater on December 29, , and the little commentary it attracted was negative. This.
  5. Hunnenschlacht (Battle of the Huns). 11th of Liszt's 13 symphonic poems. Comp. –7, f.p. Weimar Inspired by Kaulbach's mural of legend of battle in the air between ghosts of slain Huns and Romans after Battle of Chalons in The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music.
  6. "The Huns" - Symphonic Poem Credits Composed By – Liszt * (tracks: B2), Mussorgsky * (tracks: A.a to B1.b)/5(2).
  7. A symphonic poem or tone poem is a piece of orchestral music which has a story attached to it or describes something such as poem or a painting or any idea which is not music. A symphonic poem is a kind of programme music (music for instruments which has an idea outside music).. Symphonic poems were mostly written in the 19th century at the time known as the Romantic period.
  8. Symphonic poem definition is - an extended programmatic composition for symphony orchestra usually freer in form than a symphony.
  9. 31 rows · Thought by many to be the finest of Liszt 's symphonic poems, Hunnenschlacht (Battle of the .