Symphonic Poem No. 6 "Mazeppa"

Piano solo arr. August Stradal

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Publisher: Breitkopf und Härtel (Leipzig), 1902. Plate 23487.

About Symphonic Poem No. 6 "Mazeppa"

Mazeppa is a symphonic poem composed by Franz Liszt from 1851 to 1854, part of the long cultural legacy of the Ukrainian hero. Mazeppa, S. 100, is the sixth in the cycle of thirteen symphonic poems written during Liszt's time in Weimar. It follows the story as told in Lord Byron's 1819 poem: Ivan Mazepa seduced a noble Polish lady, and in punishment was tied naked to a wild horse that carried him to Ukraine. There, he was released by the Cossacks, which later made him Hetman. The work premiered at the Court Theatre in Weimar on April 16, 1854.
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