Vient de paraître : Newly Discovered Treasures. Unknown Manuscripts of Published Works by Liszt, sous. la dir. de Zsuzsanna Domokos et Kristóf Csengery, Budapest, Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum and Research Centre / Argumentum Publishing House, András Láng, 260 pages.
« A new facsimile volume has been published by the Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum and Research Centre (which works as a department of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in Budapest) containing manuscripts of seven entire Liszt compositions, several of them in more settings, accompanied by our researchers’ essays.
This group of altogether ten autographs entirely or partly in Liszt’s hand together with manuscripts of copyists and with that of by Peter Cornelius has a great significance not only in the respect of a jumping growth of the Liszt manuscript holdings of the museum, but it provides the scholars new perspectives to get closer to the output of the composer.
All of these autographs are already known, published compositions, since they were in possession of Nándor Táborszky (1805–1893), publisher of Liszt’s late works. Their importance is that the source material to these compositions has been enriched. This volume contains the new, hitherto unknown manuscripts of the following compositions:
A magyarok Istene (Ungarns Gott), Ungarishes Königslied, Dem Andenken Petőfis, Mosonyis Grab Geleit, Puszta Wehmut, Hymne de l’enfant à son réveil, Romance oubliée.»