Later, after learning of Hamilton's findings, the Australian-born pianist, and noted performer of Liszt's music, Leslie Howard, attempted to reconstruct the work as he believed Liszt intended, recording, and in 1997 publishing, the newly-recast work. the whole of Liszt's Fantasy with an authenticity of text, supplying and clearly indicating the few bars...
which are necessary to render the work performable." As reconstructed by Howard, the piece includes the music based on the dance scene from the Act I finale of Don Giovanni.
Instead, since the manuscript pages are unnumbered, it is possible that pages from two separate works were at some point in time placed together in the Weimar holdings.
Ferruccio Busoni published a much shorter performing version, the Fantasy on Two Motives from W. Liszt's incomplete manuscript contains no title, no tempo indications, and very few dynamics and articulation marks. Liszt probably tried out an improvised solution in performance, judging by the rather insignificant gaps.
The Liszt autograph manuscript for the nearly completed work is housed at the Stiftung Weimarer Klassik/Goethe- und Schiller-Archiv, Weimar (shelf mark GSA 60/I 45).
There is no title, date or place of composition, or signature. Much of the music is based on two arias from the opera The Marriage of Figaro: Figaro's "Non più andrai" (Act I) and Cherubino's "Voi che sapete" (Act II).
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