‘Wanderer’ Fantasy. Nickname for Schubert's Fantasia in C for pf. (1822, D760), so called because the adagio section, or movement, is variations on a passage from his song Der Wanderer (1816, D493). Liszt arranged it for pf. and orch. some time before 1852 and for 2 pfs. after 1851.
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