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Repository: St. Louis Mercantile Library Special Collections
Title: M-380: Franz Liszt Musical Score
Creator - Composer
- Liszt, Franz, 1811-1886
Extent: 1 musical score
Location note: Vertical Files
Abstract: One framed musical score for Franz Liszt's Hungarian March, composed for the coronation of Francis Joseph I, Emperor of Austria, as King of Hungary in 1867.
Biographical note: Franz Liszt is one of the great piano virtuosos of all time. He was also an accomplished composer. Born 1811-10-22, Liszt was a childhood prodigy, performing for the first time at 9 years old. Liszt wrote over 700 compositions during his life, and his final performance occurred in 1886, dying of pneumonia that same year.
Scope and Content note: This collection consists of one manuscript musical score for Liszt's Hungarian March, framed with a portrait of Liszt and a small card containing the following inscription:
"HUNGARIAN MARCH for orchestra composed for the coronation of Francis Joseph I, Emperor of Austria, as King of Hungary in 1867."
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Conditions Governing Use note: Due to the rare and fragile nature of this resource, reproduction of the collection’s materials must be reviewed by library staff. Please contact the Library at 314-516-7247 for more information.
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Conditions Governing Access note: This collection is open for research. A digital reproduction of this collection is available at the UMSL Digital Library.
Preferred Citation note: The preferred citation for this collection is "From the collections of the St. Louis Mercantile Library at UM - St. Louis."