List of compositions by Franz Liszt (S.1–S.350)

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This is a list of original works by Franz Liszt, based on the catalogue of Humphrey SearleThe Music of Liszt, 1966; and on the additions by Sharon Winklhofer and Leslie Howard.

The catalogue up to S.350 is generally confined to the fully original works; the paraphrases and arrangements are generally covered in numbers S.351–999. However, a number of entries in the first half are in fact arrangements of other composers' works (see Franz Liszt's treatments of the works of other composers for more details), and the latter half includes most of Liszt's arrangements of his own original works.

Original works[edit]

Opera[edit]

Sacred choral works[edit]

  • S.2, The Legend of St. Elisabeth (1857–62)
  • S.3, Christus (1855–67)
  • S.4, Cantico del sol di Francesco d'Assisi [first/second version] (1862, 1880–81)
  • S.5, Die heilige Cäcilia (1874)
  • S.6, Die Glocken des Strassburger Münsters (Longfellow) (1874)
  • S.7, Cantantibus organis (1879)
  • S.8, Missa quattuor vocum ad aequales concinente organo [first/second version] (1848, 1869)
  • S.9, Missa solennis zur Einweihung der Basilika in Gran (Gran Mass) [first/second version] (1855, 1857–58)
  • S.10, Missa choralis, organo concinente (1865)
  • S.11, Hungarian Coronation Mass (1866–67)
  • S.12, Requiem (1867–68)
  • S.13, Psalm 13 (Herr, wie lange ?) [first/second/third version] (1855-1858/1862/later)
  • S.14, Psalm 18 (Coeli enarrant) (1860)
  • S.15, Psalm 23 (Mein Gott, der ist mein Hirt) [first version: chorus, soloist & orchestra] [second version: chorus, soloist & violin, piano, harp, organ] (1859, 1862)
  • S.15a, Psalm 116 (Laudate Dominum) (1869)
  • S.16, Psalm 129 (De profundis) (1880–83)
  • S.17, Psalm 137 (By the Rivers of Babylon) [first/second version] (1859–62)
  • S.18, Five choruses with French texts [5 choruses] (1840–49)
  • S.19, Hymne de l'enfant à son réveil (Lamartine) [first/second version] (1847, 1862)
  • S.20, Ave Maria I [first/second version] (1846, 1852)
  • S.21, Pater noster II [first/second version] (1846, 1848)
  • S.22, Pater noster IV (1850)
  • S.23, Domine salvum fac regem (1853)
  • S.24, Te Deum II (1853?)
  • S.25, Beati pauperes spiritu (Die Seligkeiten) (1853)
  • S.26, Festgesang zur Eröffnung der zehnten allgemeinen deutschen Lehrerversammlung (1858)
  • S.27, Te Deum I (1867)
  • S.28, An den heiligen Franziskus von Paula (b. 1860) libretto by Martha von Sabinin
  • S.29, Pater noster I (b. 1860)
  • S.30, Responsorien und Antiphonen [5 sets] (1860)
  • S.31, Christus ist geboren I [first/second version] (1863?)
  • S.32, Christus ist geboren II [first/second version] (1863?)
  • S.33, Slavimo Slavno Slaveni! [first/second version] (1863, 1866)
  • S.34, Ave maris stella [first/second version] (1865–66, 1868)
  • S.35, Crux! (Guichon de Grandpont) (1865)
  • S.36, Dall' alma Roma (1866)
  • S.37, Mihi autem adhaerere (from Psalm 73) (1868)
  • S.38, Ave Maria II (1869)
  • S.39, Inno a Maria Vergine (1869)
  • S.40, O salutaris hostia I (1869?)
  • S.41, Pater noster III [first/second version] (1869)
  • S.42, Tantum ergo [first/second version] (1869)
  • S.43, O salutaris hostia II (1870?)
  • S.44, Ave verum corpus (1871)
  • S.45, Libera me (1871)
  • S.46, Anima Christi sanctifica me [first/second version] (1874, ca. 1874)
  • S.47, St Christopher. Legend (1881)
  • S.48, Der Herr bewahret die Seelen seiner Heiligen (1875)
  • S.49, Weihnachtslied (O heilige Nacht) (a. 1876)
  • S.50, 12 Alte deutsche geistliche Weisen (Chorales) [12 chorals] (ca. 1878–79)
  • S.51, Gott sei uns gnädig und barmherzig (1878)
  • S.52, Septem Sacramenta. Responsoria com organo vel harmonio concinente (1878)
  • S.53, Via Crucis (1878–79)
  • S.54, O Roma nobilis (1879)
  • S.55, Ossa arida (1879)
  • S.56, Rosario [4 chorals] (1879)
  • S.57, In domum Domini ibimus (1884?)
  • S.58, O sacrum convivium (1884?)
  • S.59, Pro Papa (ca. 1880)
  • S.60, Zur Trauung. Geistliche Vermählungsmusik (Ave Maria III) (1883)
  • S.61, Nun danket alle Gott (1883)
  • S.62, Mariengarten (b. 1884)
  • S.63, Qui seminant in lacrimis (1884)
  • S.64, Pax vobiscum! (1885)
  • S.65, Qui Mariam absolvisti (1885)
  • S.66, Salve Regina (1885)

Secular choral works[edit]

  • S.67, Beethoven Cantata No. 1: Festkantate zur Enthüllung des Beethoven-Denkmals in Bonn (1845)
  • S.68, Beethoven Cantata No. 2: Zur Säkularfeier Beethovens (1869–70)
  • S.69, Chöre zu Herders Entfesseltem Prometheus (1850)
  • S.70, An die Künstler (Schiller) [first/second/third verion] (1853, 1853, 1856)
  • S.71, Gaudeamus igitur. Humoreske (1869)
  • S.72, Vierstimmige Männergesänge [4 chorals] (for Mozart-Stiftung) (1841)
  • S.73, Es war einmal ein König (1845)
  • S.74, Das deutsche Vaterland (1839)
  • S.75, Über allen Gipfeln ist Ruh (Goethe) [first/second version] (1842, 1849)
  • S.76, Das düstre Meer umrauscht mich (1842)
  • S.77, Die lustige Legion (A. Buchheim) (1846)
  • S.78, Trinkspruch (1843)
  • S.79, Titan (Schobert) (1842–47)
  • S.80, Les quatre éléments (Autran) (1845)
  • S.81, Le forgeron (de Lamennais) (1845)
  • S.82, Arbeiterchor (de Lamennais?) (1848)
  • S.83, Ungaria-Kantate (Hungaria 1848 Cantata) (1848)
  • S.84, Licht, mehr Licht (1849)
  • S.85, Chorus of Angels from Goethe's Faust (1849)
  • S.86, Festchor zur Enthüllung des Herder-Dankmals in Weimar (A. Schöll) (1850)
  • S.87, Weimars Volkslied (Cornelius) [6 versions] (1857)
  • S.88, Morgenlied (Hoffmann von Fallersleben) (1859)
  • S.89, Mit klingendem Spiel (1859–62 ?)
  • S.90, Für Männergesang [12 chorals] (1842–60)
  • S.91, Das Lied der Begeisterung. A lelkesedes dala (1871)
  • S.92, Carl August weilt mit uns. Festgesang zur Enthüllung des Carl-August-Denkmals in Weimar am 3 September 1875 (1875)
  • S.93, Ungarisches Königslied. Magyar Király-dal (Ábrányi) [6 version] (1883)
  • S.94, Gruss (1885?)

Orchestral works[edit]

Symphonic poems[edit]

Other orchestral works[edit]

  • S.108, Eine Faust-Sinfonie [first/second version] (1854, 1861)
  • S.109, Eine Sinfonie nach Dantes Divina Commedia (1855–56)
  • S.110, Deux épisodes d'apres le Faust de Lenau [2 pieces] (1859–61)
  • S.111, Zweiter Mephisto-Walzer (1881)
  • S.112, Trois Odes Funèbres [3 pieces] (1860–66)
  • S.113, Salve Polonia (1863)
  • S.114, Künstlerfestzug zur Schillerfeier (1857)
  • S.115, Festmarsch zur Goethejubiläumsfeier [first/second version] (1849, 1857)
  • S.116, Festmarsch nach Motiven von E.H.z.S.-C.-G. (1857)
  • S.117, Rákóczy March (1865)
  • S.118, Ungarischer Marsch zur Krönungsfeier in Ofen-Pest (am 8 Juni 1867) (1870)
  • S.119, Ungarischer Sturmmarsch (1875)

Piano and orchestra[edit]

Chamber music[edit]

  • S.126b, Zwei Waltzer [2 pieces] (1832)
  • S.127, Duo (Sonata) – Sur des thèmes polonais (1832–35 ?; violin and piano)
  • S.128, Grand duo concertant sur la romance de M. Lafont "Le Marin" [first/second version] (ca. 1835–37, 1849; violin and piano)
  • S.129, Epithalam zu Eduard Reményis Vermählungsfeier (1872; violin and piano)
  • S.130, Élégie No. 1 [first/second/third version] (1874)
  • S.131, Élégie No. 2 (1877; piano and violin or cello)
  • S.132, Romance oubliée (1880; piano and violin, viola or cello)
  • S.133, Die Wiege (1881?; 4 violins)
  • S.134, La lugubre gondola [first/second version] (1883?, 1885?) (piano and violin or cello)
  • S.135, Am Grabe Richard Wagners (1883; string quartet and harp)

Piano solo[edit]

Studies[edit]

Various original works[edit]

  • S.147, Variation on a Waltz by Diabelli (1822)
  • S.148, Huit variations (1824?)
  • S.149, Sept variations brillantes sur un thème de G. Rossini (1824?)
  • S.150, Impromptu brilliant sur des thèmes de Rossini et Spontini (1824)
  • S.151, Allegro di bravura (1824)
  • S.152, Rondo di bravura (1824)
  • S.152a, Klavierstück (?)
  • S.153, Scherzo in G minor (1827)
  • S.153a, Marche funèbre (1827)
  • S.153b, Grand solo caractèristique d'apropos une chansonette de Panseron [private collection, score inaccessible] (1830–32) [1]
  • S.154, Harmonies poétiques et religieuses [Pensée des morts, first version] (1833, 1835)
  • S.155, Apparitions [3 pieces] (1834)
  • S.156, Album d'un voyageur [3 sets; 7, 9, 3 pieces] (1835–38)
  • S.156a, Trois morceaux suisses [3 pieces] (1835–36)
  • S.157, Fantaisie romantique sur deux mélodies suisses (1836)
  • S.157a, Sposalizio (1838–39)
  • S.157b, Il penseroso [first version] (1839)
  • S.157c, Canzonetta del Salvator Rosa [first version] (1849)
  • S.158, Tre sonetti del Petrarca [3 pieces, first versions of S161/4-6] (1844–45)
  • S.158a, Paralipomènes à la Divina Commedia [Dante Sonata original 2 movement version] (1844–45)
  • S.158b, Prolégomènes à la Divina Commedia [Dante Sonata second version] (1844–45)
  • S.158c, Adagio in C major (Dante Sonata albumleaf) (1844–45)
  • S.159, Venezia e Napoli [first version, 4 pieces] (1840?)
  • S.160, Années de pèlerinage. Première année; Suisse [9 pieces] (1848–55)
  • S.161, Années de pèlerinage. Deuxième année; Italie [7 pieces] (1839–49)
  • S.162, Venezia e Napoli. Supplément aux Années de pèlerinage 2de volume [3 pieces] (1860)
  • S.162a, Den Schutz-Engeln (Angelus! Prière à l'ange gardien) [4 drafts] (1877–82)
  • S.162b, Den Cypressen der Villa d'Este – Thrénodie II [first draft] (1882)
  • S.162c, Sunt lacrymae rerum [first version] (1872)
  • S.162d, Sunt lacrymae rerum [intermediate version] (1877)
  • S.162e, En mémoire de Maximilian I [Marche funèbre first version] (1867)
  • S.162f, Postludium – Nachspiel – Sursum corda! [first version] (1877)
  • S.163, Années de pèlerinage. Troisième année [7 pieces] (1867–77)
  • S.163a, Andantino pour Emile et Charlotte Loudon (1828) [2]
  • S.163a/1, Album Leaf in F sharp minor (1828)
  • S.163b, Album-Leaf (Ah vous dirai-je, maman) (1833)
  • S.163c, Album-Leaf in C minor (Pressburg) (1839)
  • S.163d, Album-Leaf in E major (Leipzig) (1840)
  • S.164, Feuille d'album No. 1 (1840)
  • S.164a, Album Leaf in E major (Vienna) (1840)
  • S.164b, Album Leaf in E flat (Leipzig) (1840)
  • S.164c, Album-Leaf: Exeter Preludio (1841)
  • S.164d, Album-Leaf in E major (Detmold) (1840)
  • S.164e, Album-Leaf: Magyar (1840)
  • S.164f, Album-Leaf in A minor (Rákóczi-Marsch) (1841)
  • S.164g, Album-Leaf: Berlin Preludio (1842)
  • S.165, Feuille d'album (in A flat) (1841)
  • S.166, Albumblatt in waltz form (1841)
  • S.166a, Album Leaf in E major (1843)
  • S.166b, Album-Leaf in A flat (Portugal) (1844)
  • S.166c, Album-Leaf in A flat (1844)
  • S.166d, Album-Leaf: Lyon prélude (1844)
  • S.166e, Album-Leaf: Prélude omnitonique (1844)
  • S.166f, Album-Leaf: Braunschweig preludio (1844)
  • S.166g, Album-Leaf: Serenade (1840–49)
  • S.166h, Album-Leaf: Andante religioso (1846)
  • S.166k, Album Leaf in A major: Friska (ca. 1846–49)
  • S.166m-n, Albumblätter für Prinzessin Marie von Sayn-Wittgenstein (1847)
  • S.167, Feuille d'album No. 2 [Die Zelle in Nonnenwerth, third version] (1843)
  • S.167a, Ruhig [catalogue error; see Strauss/Tausig introduction and coda]
  • S.167b, Miniatur Lieder [score not accessible at present] (?)
  • S.167c, Album-Leaf (from the Agnus Dei of the Missa Solennis, S9) (1860–69)
  • S.167d, Album-Leaf (from the symphonic poem Orpheus, S98) (1860)
  • S.167e, Album-Leaf (from the symphonic poem Die Ideale, S106) (1861)
  • S.167f, Album Leaf in G major (ca. 1860)
  • S.168, Elégie sur des motifs du Prince Louis Ferdinand de Prusse [first/second version] (1842, 1851)
  • S.168a, Andante amoroso (1847?)
  • S.169, Romance (Ô pourquoi donc) (1848)
  • S.170, Ballade No. 1 in D flat (Le chant du croisé) (1845–48)
  • S.170a, Ballade No. 2 [first draft] (1853)
  • S.171, Ballade No. 2 in B minor (1853)
  • S.171a, Madrigal (Consolations) [first series, 6 pieces] (1844)
  • S.171b, Album Leaf or Consolation No. 1 (1870–79)
  • S.171c, Prière de l'enfant à son reveil [first version] (1840)
  • S.171d, Préludes et harmonies poétiques et religie (1845)
  • S.171e, Litanies de Marie [first version] (1846–47)
  • S.172, Consolations (Six penseés poétiques) (1849–50)
  • S.172a, Harmonies poétiques et religieuses [1847 cycle] (1847)
  • S.172a/3&4, Hymne du matin, Hymne de la nuit [formerly S173a] (1847)
  • S.172b, Stabat mater (not before 1847)
  • S.173, Harmonies poétiques et religieuses [second version] (1845–52)
  • S.174, Berceuse [first/second version] (1854, 1862)
  • S.175, Deux légendes [2 pieces] (1862–63)
    1. St. François d'Assise. La prédication aux oiseaux (Preaching to the Birds)
    2. St. François de Paule marchant sur les flots (Walking on the Waves)
  • S.175a, Grand solo de concert [Grosses Konzertsolo, first version] (1850)
  • S.176, Grosses Konzertsolo [second version] (1849–50 ?)
  • S.177, Scherzo and March (1851)
  • S.178, Piano Sonata in B minor (1852–53)
  • S.179, Prelude after a theme from Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen by J. S. Bach (1854)
  • S.180, Variations on a theme from Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen by J. S. Bach (1862)
  • S.181, Sarabande and Chaconne from Handel's opera Almira (1881)
  • S.182, Ave Maria – Die Glocken von Rom (1862)
  • S.183, Alleluia et Ave Maria [2 pieces] (1862)
  • S.184, Urbi et orbi. Bénédiction papale (1864)
  • S.185, Vexilla regis prodeunt (1864)
  • S.185a, Weihnachtsbaum [first version, 12 pieces] (1876)
  • S.186, Weihnachtsbaum [second version, 12 pieces] (1875–76)
  • S.187, Sancta Dorothea (1877)
  • S.187a, Resignazione [first/second version] (1877)
  • S.188, In festo transfigurationis Domini nostri Jesu Christi (1880)
  • S.189, Klavierstück No. 1 (1866)
  • S.189a, Klavierstück No. 2 (1845)
  • S.189b, Klavierstück (?)
  • S.190, Un portrait en musique de la Marquise de Blocqueville (1868)
  • S.191, Impromptu (1872)
  • S.192, Fünf Klavierstücke (for Baroness von Meyendorff) [5 pieces] (1865–79)
  • S.193, Klavierstuck (in F sharp major) (a. 1860)
  • S.194, Mosonyis Grabgeleit (Mosonyi gyázmenete) (1870)
  • S.195, Dem Andenken Petőfis (Petőfi Szellemenek) (1877)
  • S.195a, Schlummerlied im Grabe [Elegie No 1, first version] (1874)
  • S.196, Élégie No. 1 (1874)
  • S.196a, Entwurf der Ramann-Elegie [Elegie No 2, first draft] (1877)
  • S.197, Élégie No. 2 (1877)
  • S.197a, Toccata (1879–81)
  • S.197b, National Hymne – Kaiser Wilhelm! (1876)
  • S.198, Wiegenlied (Chant du berceau) (1880)
  • S.199, Nuages gris (Trübe Wolken) (1881)
  • S.199a, La lugubre gondola (Der Trauergondol) [original Vienna draft, 1882; in 4/4 time; pub. 2002)
  • S.200/1, La lugubre gondola I (final version, after Wagner's death, but MS undated; now in 6/8 time; pub. 1927 – when the numbers I and II were added)
  • S.200/2, La lugubre gondola II (1883 revision of Vienna draft; still in 4/4 time; 1st pub. version as simply La lugubre gondola in 1885)
  • S.201, R. W. – Venezia (1883)
  • S.202, Am Grabe Richard Wagners (1883)
  • S.203, Schlaflos, Frage und Antwort (Nocturne after a poem by Toni Raab) (1883)
  • S.204, Receuillement (Bellini in Memoriam) (1877)
  • S.205, Historische ungarische Bildnisse (Magyar arcképek) [original version, 7 pieces] (1885)
  • S.205a, Historische ungarische Bildnisse [revised order and conclusion, 7 pieces] (1885)
  • S.206, Trauervorspiel und Trauermarsch (1885)
  • S.207, En rêve. Nocturne (1885)
  • S.207a, Prélude à la polka de Borodine (and Borodin's Polka) (1880)
  • S.208, Unstern: sinistre, disastro (1880–86)

Works in dance form[edit]

  • S.208a, Waltz (in A major) (b. 1825)
  • S.209, Grande valse di bravura [first version of S214/1] (1835)
  • S.209a, Waltz (in E flat) (1840)
  • S.210, Valse mélancolique [first version of S214/2] (1839)
  • S.210a, Valse mélancolique [intermediate version] (1840)
  • S.210b, Valse (in A major) (1830–39)
  • S.211, Ländler (in A flat major) (1843)
  • S.211a, Ländler (in D major) (1879)
  • S.212, Petite valse favorite [first/second version] (1842, 1843)
  • S.212b, Mariotte. Valse pour Marie (1840)
  • S.213, Valse-impromptu (1850?)
  • S.213a, Valse-impromptu [with later additions] (1880)
  • S.214, Trois caprice-valses [3 pieces] [second versions of S209, S210, S401] (1850?)
  • S.214a, Carousel de Madame Pelet-Narbone (ca. 1875–81)
  • S.215, Valses oubliées [4 pieces] (1881–84)
  • S.215a, Dritter Mephisto-Walzer (Mephisto Waltz No. 3) [first draft] (1883)
  • S.216, Dritter Mephisto-Walzer (Mephisto Waltz No. 3) (1883)
  • S.216a, Bagatelle sans tonalité (1885)
  • S.216b, Vierter Mephisto-Walzer (Mephisto Waltz No. 4) [first version] (1885)
  • S.217, Mephisto Polka [first/second version] (1883)
  • S.218, Galop (in A minor) (1841?)
  • S.219, Grand galop chromatique [original version] (1838)
  • S.219bis, Grand galop chromatique [simplified version] (1838)
  • S.220, Galop de Bal (1840?)
  • S.221, Mazurka brillante (1850)
  • S.221a, Mazurka in F minor [Not by Liszt?] (?)
  • S.222, Petite valse favorite [catalogue error; same as S.212]
  • S.223, Deux Polonaises [2 pieces] (1851)
  • S.224, Csárdás macabre (1881–82)
  • S.225, Two Csárdás [2 pieces] (1884)
  • S.226, Festvorspiel (1856)
  • S.226a, Marche funèbre (1827)
  • S.227, Goethe Festmarsch [first version] (1849)
  • S.228, Huldigungsmarsch [first/second version] (1853)
  • S.229, Vom Fels zum Meer! – Deutscher Siegesmarsch (1853–56)
  • S.230, Bülow-Marsch (1883)
  • S.230a, Festpolonaise (1876)
  • S.231, Heroischer Marsch in ungarischem Stil (1840)
  • S.232, Ungarischer Sturmmarsch [earlier version of S524] (1843?)
  • S.233, Ungarischer Geschwindmarsch (1870)
  • S.233a, Siegesmarsch. Marche triomphale (Victory March) (?)
  • S.233b, Marche hongroise (in E flat minor) (1844)

Works on national themes[edit]

Czech[edit]
  • S.234, Hussitenlied (Melody by J.Krov) (1840)
English[edit]
  • S.235, God Save the Queen (1841)
French[edit]
  • S.236, Faribolo Pasteur and Chanson du Béarn [2 pieces] (1844)
  • S.237, La marseillaise (1872?)
  • S.238, La cloche sonne (1850?)
  • S.239, Vive Henri IV (1870–80 ?)
German[edit]
  • S.240, Gaudeamus igitur. Concert paraphrase [first/second version] (1843, 1853)
Hungarian[edit]
  • S.241, Hungarian Recruiting Songs (Zum Andenken) (By Fáy & Bihari) (1828)
  • S.241a, Ungarische Romanzero (Hungarian Songbook) [18 pieces] (1853)
  • S.241b, Magyar tempo (1840)
  • S.242, Magyar Dalok: Magyar Rapszódiák [21 pieces] (1839–47)
  • S.242a, Rákóczi-Marsch [first version] (1839–1840)
  • S.243, Ungarische National-Melodien [3 pieces] (ca. 1843)
  • S.243a, Célèbre mélodie hongroise (a. 1866)
  • S.244, Hungarian Rhapsodies (Rapsodies hongroises) [19 pieces] (1846–86)
  • S.244a, Rákóczi-Marsch [from orchestral version] (1863)
  • S.244b, Rákóczi-Marsch [simplified version of S244a] (1871)
  • S.244c, Rákóczi-Marsch [popular version] (?)
  • S.245, Fünf ungarische Volkslieder (Abranyi) [5 pieces] (1873)
  • S.246, Puszta-Wehmut (A Puszta Keserve) (1880–86 ?)
Italian[edit]
  • S.248, Canzone Napolitana [first/second version] (1842)
Polish[edit]
  • S.249, Glanes de Woronince [3 pieces] (1847–48)
  • S.249a, Mélodie polonaise [short draft] (1871)
  • S.249b, Dumka (1871)
  • S.249c, Air cosaque (1871)
Russian[edit]
  • S.250, Deux mélodies russes. Arabesques [2 pieces] (1842)
    1. Le Rossignol, air russe d'Alabieff
    2. Chanson bohémienne
  • S.250a, Le rossignol (Alyabyev) [first version of S250/1] (1842)
  • S.251, Abschied. Russisches Volkslied (1885)
Spanish[edit]

Piano duet[edit]

  • S.255, Festpolonaise [now S619a] (1876)
  • S.256, Variation on the Chopstick Theme (1880)
  • S.256a, Nottorno [Not by Liszt?] (?)

Two pianos[edit]

  • S.257, Grosses Konzertstück über Mendelssohns Lieder ohne Worte (1834)
  • S.258, Concerto pathétique (b. 1856)

Organ[edit]

  • S.259, Fantasy and Fugue on the chorale Ad nos, ad salutarem undam (1850)
  • S.260, Präludium und Fuge über das Thema BACH [first/second version] (1855, 1870)
  • S.261, Pio IX. Der Papsthymnus (1863?)
  • S.261a, Andante religioso (1861?)
  • S.262, Ora pro nobis. Litanei (1864)
  • S.263, Resignazione (1877)
  • S.264, Missa pro organo lectarum celebrationi missarum adjumento inserviens (1879)
  • S.265, Gebet (1879)
  • S.266, Requiem für die Orgel (1883)
  • S.267, Am Grabe Richard Wagners (1883)
  • S.268, Zwei Vortragsstücke [2 pieces] (1884)

Songs[edit]

  • S.269, Angiolin dal biondo crin (Marchese C. Bocella) [first/second version] (1839, ?)
  • S.270, Three Petrarch Sonnets [3 songs, first/second version] (1844–45, 1854]
  • S.271, Il m'aimait tant (Delphine Gay) (1840?)
  • S.272, Am Rhein im schönen Strome (Heine) [first/second version] (1840?, 1854)
  • S.273, Die Lorelie (Heine) [first/second version] (1841, ?)
  • S.274, Die Zelle in Nonnenwerth [first/second version revised 1862] (b. 1841, 1857)
  • S.275, Mignons Lied (Kennst du das Land) (Goethe) [first/second/third version] (1842, 1854, 1860)
  • S.276, Comment, disaient-ils (Hugo) [first/second version] (1842, ?)
  • S.277, Bist du (Prince E. Metschersky) [first/revised version] (1843, ca. 1878–79)
  • S.278, Es war ein König in Thule (Goethe) [first/second version] (1842, ?)
  • S.279, Der du von dem Himmel bist (Goethe) [first/second/third version] (1842, ?, 1860)
  • S.280, Freudvoll und leidvoll (Goethe) [first/second/third version] (1844, 1848?, ?)
  • S.281, Die Vätergruft (1844)
  • S.282, O quand je dors (Hugo) [first/second version] (1842, ?)
  • S.283, Enfant, si j'etais roi (Hugo) [first/revised version] (1844?, ?)
  • S.284, S'il est un charmant gazon (Hugo) [first/revised version] (1844?, ?)
  • S.285, La tombe et la rose (Hugo) (1844?)
  • S.286, Gastibelza, Bolero (Hugo) (1844?)
  • S.287, Du bist wie eine Blume (Heine) (1843?)
  • S.288, Was Liebe sei (C. von Hagn) [first/second/third version] (1843?, ca. 1855, 1878–79)
  • S.289, Vergiftet sind meine Lieder (Heine) [first/revised version] (1842, ?)
  • S.290, Morgens steh ich auf und frage (Heine) [first/revised version] (1843?, ca. 1855)
  • S.291, Die todte Nachtigall (Kaufmann) [first/revised version] (1843?, 1878)
  • S.292, Songs from Schiller's Wilhelm Tell [3 songs, first/revised version] (1845?, ?)
  • S.293, Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher (Dumas) [first/revised version] (1845, 1874)
  • S.294, Es rauschen die Winde [first/second version] (ca. 1845, b. 1856)
  • S.295, Wo weilt er? (Rellstab) (1844)
  • S.296, Ich möchte hingehn (Herwegh) [revised later] (1845)
  • S.297, Wer nie sein Brot mit Tränen ass (Goethe) [first/revised version] (ca. 1845)
  • S.298, O lieb so lang du lieben kannst (Freiligrath) (1845?)
  • S.299, Isten veled (Farewell) (Horvath) [first/revised version] (1846–47)
  • S.300, Le juif errant (Béranger) (1847)
  • S.301, Kling leise, mein Lied [first/revised version] (1848)
  • S.301a, Oh pourquoi donc (Mme Pavloff) (1843)
  • S.301b, En ces lieux. Élégie (E. Monnier) (1844)
  • S.302, Die Macht der Musik (Duchess Helen of Orleans) (1848–49)
  • S.303, Weimars Toten. Dithyrambe (Schober) (b. 1848)
  • S.304, Le vieux vagabond (Béranger) (b. 1848)
  • S.305, Schwebe, schwebe, blaues Auge [first/revised version] (1845, ?)
  • S.306, Über allen Gipfeln ist Ruh [first/revised version] (1847?, ?)
  • S.306a, Quand tu chantes bercée (Hugo) (1843)
  • S.307, Hohe Liebe (Uhland) (1850?)
  • S.308, Gestorben war ich (Seliger tod) (Uhland) (1850?)
  • S.309, Ein Fichtenbaum steht einsam (Heine) [first/revised version] (ca. 1845, 1854)
  • S.310, Nimm einen Strahl der Sonne (1849)
  • S.311, Anfangs wollt' ich fast verzagen (Heine) (1849)
  • S.312, Wie singt die Lerche schön (Hoffmann von Fallersleben) (1856?)
  • S.313, Weimars Volkslied (Cornelius) (1857)
  • S.314, Es muss ein wunderbares sein (Redwitz) (1852)
  • S.315, Ich liebe dich (Rückert) (1857)
  • S.316, Muttergottes – Sträusslein zum Mai-Monate (Müller) [2 songs] (1857)
  • S.317, Laßt mich ruhen (Hoffmann von Fallersleben) (1858?)
  • S.318, In Liebeslust (Hoffmann von Fallersleben) (1858?)
  • S.319, Ich scheide (Hoffmann von Fallersleben) (1860)
  • S.320, Die drei Zigeuner (Lenau) (1860)
  • S.321, Die stille Wasserrose (Geibel) (1860?)
  • S.322, Wieder möcht ich dir begegnen (Cornelius) (1860)
  • S.323, Jugendglück (Pohl) (1860?)
  • S.324, Blume und Duft (Hebbel) (1854)
  • S.325, Die Fischertochter (Count C. Coronini) (1871)
  • S.326, La perla (Princess Therese von Hohenlohe) (1872)
  • S.327, J'ai perdu ma force et ma vie. 'Tristesse' (de Musset) (1872)
  • S.328, Ihr Glocken von Marling (Emil Kuh) (1874)
  • S.329, Und sprich (Biegeleben) [revised 1878] (1874)
  • S.330, Sei Still (Henriette von Schorn) (1877)
  • S.331, Gebet (Bodenstedt) (1878?)
  • S.332, Einst (Bodenstedt) (1878?)
  • S.333, An Edlitam (Bodenstedt) (1878?)
  • S.334, Der Glückliche (Bodenstedt) (1878?)
  • S.335, Go not, happy day (Tennyson) (1879)
  • S.336, Verlassen (G.Michell) (1880)
  • S.337, Des tages laute stimmen schweigen (F. von Saar) (1880)
  • S.338, Und wir dachten der Toten (Freiligrath) (1880?)
  • S.339, Ungarns Gott. A magyarok Istene (Petőfi) (1881)
  • S.340, Ungarisches Königslied. Magyar Király-dal (Ábrányi) (1883)
  • S.340a, Ne brani menya, moy drug. (Tolstoy) (1886)

Other choral works[edit]

  • S.341, Ave Maria IV (1881)
  • S.342, Le crucifix (Hugo) (1884)
  • S.343, Sancta Caecilia (1884)
  • S.344, O Meer im Abendstrahl (Meissner) (1880)
  • S.345, Wartburg-Lieder from Der Braut Willkomm auf Wartburg (Scheffel) [7 chorals] (1872)

Recitations[edit]

  • S.346, Lenore (Bürger) (1858)
  • S.347, Vor hundert Jahren (F. Halm) [lost?] (1859) [3]
  • S.348, Der traurige Mönch (Lenau) (1860)
  • S.349, Des toten Dichters Liebe (Jókai) (1874)
  • S.350, Der blinde Sänger (Alexei Tolstoy) (1875)

See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Kimmelman, Michael (1987-11-24). "Lost Score By Liszt To Be Sold". The New York Times. Retrieved 2007-12-22. 
  2. ^ "Juilliard Manuscript Collection". The Juilliard School. Retrieved 2007-12-27. 
  3. ^ "The complete music for solo piano, Vol. 41 – The Recitations with pianoforte". Hyperion Records. Retrieved 2010-05-27. 

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