Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne
), sometimes referred to as 'Bergsymphonie', is the first of thirteen Symphonic poems
by Hungarian composer Franz Liszt
. It is an orchestral work inspired by the poem Feuilles d'automne
(1831) by Victor Hugo
The piece, like many of Liszt's works, was revised a number of times before reaching the final version known today. It was originally composed in the years 1848-9 and subsequently revised in 1850; the final form being produced in 1854.