The Seconde Marche hongroise, as the Ungarischer Sturmmarsch
is also known, was published in 1843 for the piano. But it was not until the revised version of the piece was made that Liszt also prepared a version for orchestra (containing a part for the cimbalom which is unaccountably absent in most recordings). This is extrovert stuff, with a wonderfully elaborate alternative coda, rather than the more conventional main text which shadows the orchestral and duet versions.
from notes by Leslie Howard © 1994