Die Ideale

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Die Ideale ("The Ideals"), S. 106, is a symphonic poem composed by Franz Liszt in 1856–1857 and published in 1858 as No. 12. It was first performed on 5 September 1857.[1] Die Ideale was composed for the unveiling of a Goethe and Schiller monument on Sept. 5th, 1857. It was inspired by multiple passages of the poem of the same name by Schiller, which Liszt liberally rearranged to create a program to his liking.[2] This is an example of the extreme to which Liszt went to create the programmatic atmosphere of his Symphonic Poems.

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  1. ^ Johnston, Blair. "Die Ideale, symphonic poem for orchestra, S. 106". AllMusic. Retrieved 27 March 2014. 
  2. ^ "Orchestral - Lisztomania". lisztomania.wikidot.com. Retrieved 2016-11-07. 

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