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Sections of this page. More than Schumann and Wagner, Liszt pursued the symbiosis between language and music with a truly innovative idea. That idea was grounded in his belief that instrumental music could carry language further than language could go on its own. Insofar as language reached the individual and transported the reader beyond the quotidian, it was music that could render that experience concrete, and rekindle the memory of that which was once read. But the opposite case can be strongly made.
The tone poem Tasso has in fact very little to do with the story and certainly much less to do with any particularly poetic text.
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The primary difference is that as in the case of a tone poem such as Tasso , the inspiration and structure are free-standing and self-sufficient. They are literary but one step removed; they are in fact meta-linguistic. The music emulates a literary narrative, but its impact is not at all that of reading. It does not require text because it is only remotely narrative. What inspired Liszt ultimately was not plot but poetic language.
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It is in this sense ironic that his initial inspiration was Goethe. Toward the end of his life, Goethe remained obsessed with Byron even though he had embraced a new neoclassicism distinctly in opposition to the Romantic movement in German poetry. In fact Byron, in his own way distinct from Goethe, bridged the classical and romantic in its conventional definition and was the inspiration not so much for Goethe but for European poets including Mickiewicz and Lermontov.
His approach to Byron is probably the most conservative of the three musical responses offered here.
Mendelssohn died in before the great breach in musical aesthetics that placed Liszt and Wagner on one side and Schumann and Brahms on the other. Instrumental music is left to its own devices, in contrast to the opera or oratorio form on the one hand and the innovative Lisztian tone poem on the other. Mendelssohn wrote it after seeing the Grillparzer play at which an overture by another composer was performed.
After experiencing the play Mendelssohn was shocked at the inadequacy of the musical evocation, and so he wrote his own as a musical response to the dramatic experience but not the particular language or dramatic structure.