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During Liszt's lifetime, his Hungarian Rhapsodies were among his most popular works. Because of this popularity, he may have been under pressure to produce versions of them for piano and orchestra. The present work is the only such work that Liszt is known to have produced. A slow introduction by the orchestra is followed by a solo cadenza before proceeding to the main body of the work. While much of the piece's thematic material is derived from this song, there is also a section in A minor marked "in gypsy style" alla zingarese.
While the Fantasia is in the same style and tradition as the Hungarian Rhapsodies, it differs structurally from them. The Rhapsodies generally present a clear succession of two traditional scales — lassan Celebration Square - Gimme The Gun - Green Grooves, and friska.
These dances are evident in the Fantasia, particularly Hungarian Fantasy For Piano And Orchestra - Frederic Chopin* / Franz Liszt - The Master Collection the long and brilliant friska section. However, Liszt is freer and wider-ranging in his combination and juxtaposition of material than he usually is in this type of work.
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