List of compositions by Franz Liszt

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Liszt in 1856 by Wilhelm von Kaulbach

The Hungarian Romantic composer Franz Liszt (1811–1886) was especially prolific, composing more than 700 works. A virtuoso pianist himself, much of Liszt's output is dedicated to solo works for the instrument and is particularly technically demanding. The primary cataloguing system for Liszt's compositions was first developed by Humphrey Searle; it has been thoroughly revamped by Michael Short and Leslie Howard.[A]

Legend[edit]

The columns in this list of works are as follows:

S. — Numbering (grouped, non-chronological) originated by Humphrey Searle in Grove's Dictionary,[B] revised by him several times,[C][D][E] later revised by Sharon Winklhofer,[F] and thoroughly revised, updated, and expanded by Michael Short and Leslie Howard.[A]
Title — Normally following the New Liszt Edition and Library of Congress, as well as other authoritative sources, including Liszt's manuscripts.
Forces — The instrumentation used; see Abbreviations for Instruments.
Key — The principal key of the work.
Date — The year or year-range of composition or arrangement.
Genre — Works are grouped in genre categories under a header, which is listed here for each work.
NotesLiszt's works often exist in multiple versions or arrangements; the version number or instrumentation of arrangement are indicated here with a cross-reference by S number to all other versions and arrangements. Liszt arranged many works by other composers as well; details of the original composition with links to the title and composer are given here.

Deprecated S numbers: An asterisk (*) before the S number signifies that it is no longer in use and the entry has been renumbered; the new number is given in parentheses – refer to the new number's separate entry. For cross-referencing, the new number's entry also includes the old number (preceded by an asterisk) in parentheses. Many of the renumbered works are previously lost compositions that have been discovered. Works definitely determined as spurious in later updates of the Searle catalogue are included here with details on the true composer.

Older R. numbers for Peter Raabe's catalogue[G], now largely out of date and superseded by the Searle catalogue, though still in common use, are not included in this list.

Index[edit]

Quick jump INDEX by Searle number and Category
1–350   Original works [contd.]   Piano solo [contd.]   Piano solo
 Stage works 168–174   Pieces from the Weimar period 233c–254   Works on national themes
2–94   Choral works 175–181   Large-scale works 233c–235   Austrian,Czech,English
2–66   Sacred 182–208   Later character pieces 236–240   French,German
67–94   Secular 208a–233b   Works in dance forms 241–246   Hungarian
95–119   Orchestra 208a–216b   Waltzes,Ländler,Carousel 247–249b   Italian,Polish
95–107   Symphonic poems 217   Polkas 249c–254   Russian,Spanish
108–119   Other orchestra works 218–220   Galops 255–256a   Piano four-hands
120–126a   Piano and orchestra 221–222   Mazurkas 257–258   Two pianos
126b–135   Chamber music 223   Polonaises 259–268a   Organ or Harmonium
136–254   Piano solo 224–225   Csárdás 269–340a   Songs
136–146   Etudes 226–233b   Marches 341–344   Songs with organ
147–155   Early works 345   Songs with orchestra
155a–163   Pieces from the years of travel 345a   Songs with band
163a–167z   Album-leaves 346–350   Recitations
351–686   Arrangements [contd.]   Piano solo 577a–634b   Piano four-hands
351–364   Orchestra [contd.]   Paraphrases, fantasies 577a   Field
351–353   Bülow,Cornelius,Erkel 439–450   Wagner 578–626   Liszt
353a–362a   Liszt 451–455   Weber 627–628   Bellini,Berlioz
363–364   Schubert,Zarębski 456–460   Zichy,Unknown 628a–628c   Donizetti,Erkel
365–367a   Piano and orchestra 461–577   Transcriptions, reductions 629–630   Glinka,Meyerbeer
365–365a   Liszt 461–461a   Allegri 631–632   Raff,Schubert
365b–367a   Bellini,Schubert,Weber 462–463   Bach 633–634   Allegri,Beethoven
368–377   Songs with orchestra 463a–469   Beethoven 634a–634b   Mozart,Wagner
368   Korbay 470–475   Berlioz 635–657a   Two pianos
369–374   Liszt 476–477a   Bertin 635–652a   Liszt
375–377   Schubert,Zichy 478–479   Bulakhov,Bülow 653–656   Schubert,Bellini,Mozart
377a–383   Chamber music 480–482   Chopin,Conradi,Cui 657–657a   Beethoven
377a–383   Liszt 483–484   Dargomyzhsky,David 657b   Piano eight-hands
383a–577   Piano solo 485–485a   Dessauer,Draeseke 657b   Liszt
383a–460   Paraphrases, fantasies 485b–486   Ernst,Erkel 658–676   Organ or Harmonium
383a–384a   Ábrányi,Vielgorsky,Pal 487–489   Festetics,Franz 658–659   Allegri,Dietsch
385–387   Auber 490–491   Goldschmidt,Gounod 660–661   Bach
388–389a   Beethoven 492–493   Herbeck,Hummel 662–663   Chopin,Lassus
390–394   Bellini 494–497   Lassen 663a–674c   Liszt
395–396   Berlioz 498   Lessmann 674d–675a   Mozart,Nicolai,Ritter
397–402   Donizetti 498a–546a   Liszt 675b–676   Schumann,Verdi,Wagner
403–405   DonizettiJ,Ernst,Erkel 547–549   Mendelssohn,Meyerbeer 677–679   Chamber with organ
405a–406   Festetics,Glinka 550–551a   Mozart,Pezzini,Raff 677–678   Liszt
407–409   Gounod 552–553   Rossini 679   Rossini
409a   Halévy 554–554a   Rubinstein 680–682   Songs with organ
410–411   Mendelssohn,Mercadante 555–555a   Saint-Saëns 680–681a   Liszt
412–416   Meyerbeer 556–565b   Schubert 682   Rossini
417–418   Mosonyi,Mozart 566–570   Schumann 683–685   Songs
419–421   Pacini,Paganini,Raff 570a–571a   Smetana,Spohr,Tausig 683–683a   Constantine,Korbay
421a–424   Rossini 572–573   Szabadi,Széchényi 684–685   Pantaleoni,Pavlovna
425–427   Schubert 573a   Tirindelli 686   Recitations
428–430   Soriano,Tchaikovsky,Végh 574–576a   Weber 686   Draeseke
431–438   Verdi 576b–577   Vielgorsky
687–701v   Unfinished works or sketches 692a   Chamber music 701m–701v   Sketchbook 2
687   Stage works 692b–700e   Piano solo 701m   Chamber music
688–689a   Choral works 700f–701l   Sketchbook 1 701n   Organ or Harmonium
688–688a   Sacred 700f–701   Vocal works 701o–701v   Piano solo
689–689a   Secular 701a   Orchestra
690–690e   Orchestra 701b   Chamber music
691–692   Concertante works 701c–701l   Piano solo
702–768   Doubtful or lost works [contd.]   Piano solo 755–755b   Piano four-hands
702–708   Choral works 739–754   Arrangements 756–757   Two pianos
702–707   Sacred 739–741   Beethoven,Berlioz 758–760   Organ or Harmonium
708   Secular 742   Donizetti 761–761b   Chamber with organ
709–712   Orchestra 743–744   Gounod,Halévy,Kullak 761c–766   Songs
713–716   Piano and orchestra 745–747   Liszt 767   Songs with organ
717–723b   Chamber music 748–749   Mozart,Radovsky 768   Recitations
723c–754   Piano solo 750–752   Rossini,Rubinstein
723c–738   Original works 753–754   Schubert,Tirindelli

Catalogue of works[edit]

S. Title Forces Key Date Notes
1–350

Original works[edit]

[INDEX↑]
1

Stage works[edit]

[INDEX↑]
1 Don Sanche (Le château de l'amour) vv ch orch 1824–25 opera in 1 act; libretto by Théaulon and de Rancé, after a story by Jean-Pierre Claris de Florian; first perf. 1825-10-17 in Paris; unpublished
2–94

Choral works[edit]

[INDEX↑]
2–66

Sacred[edit]

[INDEX↑]
2 Die Legende von der Heiligen Elisabeth sop alt 3bar 2bass ch org orch 1857–62 extracts arr for pf as S.498a, S.693a, for pf4h as S.578; introduction arr for org as S.663a
3 Christus sop alt ten bar bass ch org orch 1866–72 No.6 based on S.25; No.7 based on S.29; No.8 based on S.36, S.261, S.766; Nos.1a, 1b, and 2 arr for pf as S.498c; Nos.4 and 5 arr for pf as S.498b, for pf4h as S.579; No.8 arr for org as S.664i
4i Cantico di San Francesco bar pf org/harm (+mch) F major 1862 arr for bar mch org orch as S.4ii; Alleluja arr for pf as S.182a, for org (+tbn) as S.677
4ii Cantico del sol di Francesco d'Assisi bar mch org orch F major 1879–82 arr of S.4i; arr for pf as S.499, for org as S.760; Prelude arr for pf as S.498d, for org as S.665
5i Sainte Cécile (Die heilige Cäcilia) mez orch (?) 1845 1st version of S.5ii; lost
5ii Sainte Cécile (Die heilige Cäcilia)
(Legende)
mez orch (+ch) 1874 2nd version of S.5i; arr for mez hp/pf/harm (+ch) as S.5ii/a
5ii/a Sainte Cécile (Die heilige Cäcilia)
(Legende)
mez hp/pf/harm (+ch) 1874 arr of S.5ii
6 Die Glocken des Strassburger Münsters 2vv ch org orch 1874–75 oratorio; prelude arr for pf4h as S.580, for pf as S.500, for org (+ch) as S.666, for v org as S.767
7 Cantantibus organis (Antiphona in festo Santa Caeciliae) alt ch orch G major–G minor 1879 arr for alt ch hp/pf harm/org as S.7a
7a Cantantibus organis (Antiphona in festo Santa Caeciliae) alt ch hp/pf harm/org G major–G minor 1879 arr of S.7
8i Missa quattuor vocum ad aequales mch org 1846–47 1st version of S.8ii
8ii Missa quattuor vocum ad aequales (Szekszárd Mass) mch org 1869 2nd version of S.8i; themes used in S.264
9i Missa solennis zur Einweihung der Basilika in Gran (Graner Mass) sop alt ten bass ch orch 1855 1st version of S.9ii [a]
9ii
(*9)
Missa solennis zur Einweihung der Basilika in Gran (Graner Mass) sop alt ten bass ch orch 1857–58 2nd version of S.9i; Agnus Dei arr for pf as S.167c [b]
10 Missa Choralis ch org 1859–65
11 Ungarische Krönungsmesse (Hungarian Coronation Mass) 4vv ch orch 1866–69 Nos.5 and 7 arr for pf as S.501, for pf4h as S.581, for vn pf as S.381, for vn org/harm as S.678; No.5 arr for org as S.667; No.6 arr for mch pf as S.15a/i, for ch pf as S.15a/ii; No.7 arr for vn orch as S.362
12 Requiem (Messe des morts) 4vv mch org (+br perc) 1867–71 includes S.45 as No.6; adapted for org as S.266; No.6 arr for mch org as S.45
13i Psalm 13 (Herr, wie lange willst du meiner so gar vergessen) 4vv ch orch 1855–56 1st version of S.13ii
13ii Psalm 13 (Herr, wie lange willst du meiner so gar vergessen) ten ch orch 1859–63 2nd version of S.13i; arr for ten ch org as S.13ii/a
13ii/a Psalm 13 (Herr, wie lange willst du meiner so gar vergessen) ten ch org 1866 arr of S.13ii
14i Psalm 18 (Coeli enarrant gloriam Dei / Die Himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes) mch orch (+org) 1860 arr for mch org as S.14ii, for mch ww br as S.14i/a, for org as S.667a
14i/a Psalm 18 (Coeli enarrant gloriam Dei / Die Himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes) mch ww br 1860 arr of S.14i; 1st version of S.14ii/a
14ii Psalm 18 (Coeli enarrant gloriam Dei / Die Himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes) mch org 1870 arr of S.14i; arr for mch ww br as S.14ii/a
14ii/a Psalm 18 (Coeli enarrant gloriam Dei / Die Himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes) mch ww br 1870 arr of S.14ii; 2nd version of S.14i/a
15i
(*15i/a)
Psalm 23 (Mein Gott, der ist mein Hirt) sop/ten mch hp/pf org/harm 1859–61? 1st version of S.15i/a, S.15ii, S.15ii/a; arr for ch orch as S.15iii [b]
15i/a
(*15i/b)
Psalm 23 (Mein Gott, der ist mein Hirt) sop/ten hp/pf org/harm 1859–62 2nd version of S.15i, S.15ii, S.15ii/a [b]
15ii
(*15ii/a)
Psalm 23 (Mein Gott, der ist mein Hirt) sop/ten mch hp/pf 1859–62 3rd version of S.15i, S.15i/a, S.15ii/a [b]
15ii/a
(*15ii/b)
Psalm 23 (Mein Gott, der ist mein Hirt) sop/ten hp/pf 1859–62 4th version of S.15i, S.15i/a, S.15ii [b]
15iii
(*15bis)
Psalm 23 (Mein Gott, der ist mein Hirt) ch orch 1862 arr of S.15i; lost [c]
15a/i Psalm 116 (Laudate Dominum) mch pf 1869–74 arr of S.11/6
15a/ii Psalm 116 (Laudate Dominum) ch pf 1869–74 arr of S.11/6
16i Psalm 129 (De profundis) bar mch org 1880–81 originally written for S.688; uses themes from S.173/4; 1st version of S.16ii
16ii Psalm 129 (De profundis) alt pf/org 1883 2nd version of S.16i
17i Psalm 137 (An den Wassern zu Babylon) alt vn hp/pf org/harm 1859 1st version of S.17ii
17ii Psalm 137 (An den Wassern zu Babylon) sop fch vn hp/pf org/harm 1859–62 2nd version of S.17i; arr for ch orch as S.17iii
17iii Psalm 137 (An den Wassern zu Babylon) ch orch 1862 arr of S.17ii; lost
18 (5) Choruses with French texts: ch 1846?
18/1
Qui m'a donné la naissance
ch 1846? incomplete; unpublished
18/2
L'Eternel est son nom
ch 1846? published 1989
18/3
Chantons, chantons l'auteur de la lumière
ch 1846? unpublished
18/4
(Allegretto, moderato con grazia)
ch A major 1846? incomplete, no text; possibly the same as S.762; unpublished
18/5
Combien j'ai douce souvenance
ch 1846? based on an Auverge folksong; unpublished
19i Hymne de l'enfant à son réveil (O père qu'adore mon père) fch pf/harm (+hp) 1840–44? arr (setting) of S.171c to text by Lamartine; 1st version of S.19ii, S.19iii, S.19iv; lost
19ii Hymne de l'enfant à son réveil (O père qu'adore mon père) ch pf/harm 1860–62? 2nd version of S.19i, S.19iii, S.19iv; text in French and Italian
19iii Hymne de l'enfant à son réveil (O père qu'adore mon père) ch pf/harm 1865 3rd version of S.19i, S.19ii, S.19iv; text in French and Italian
19iv Hymne de l'enfant à son réveil (O père qu'adore mon père) fch pf/harm (+hp) 1874 4th version of S.19i, S.19ii, S.19iii; text in French, German and Hungarian
20i Ave Maria I ch (+org) B major 1842 1st version of S.20ii; arr for pf as S.172a/12, for org as S.667b/i
20ii Ave Maria I ch org A major 1852 2nd version of S.20i; arr for org as S.667b/ii
21i Pater noster I mch 1846 1st version of S.21ii; arr for pf as S.172a/6
21ii Pater noster I mch 1852 2nd version of S.21i [1]
22 Pater noster IV ch C major 1850?
23 Domine salvum fac regem (Psalm 20) ten mch org 1853
24 Te Deum I mch org 1853? [2]
25 Die Seligkeiten (Les béatitudes) bar ch (+org) 1859 rev as S.3/6
26 Festgesang zur Eröffnung der zehnten allgemeinen deutschen Lehrerversammlung (Wir bau'n und bestellen das edelste Feld) mch (+org) 1858
27 Te Deum II mch org (+br perc) 1867 [2]
28 An den heiligen Franziskus von Paula (Gebet) 2ten 2bass mch org/harm (+3 tbn timp) 1860–74? based on S.175/2
29 Pater noster II (Das Vater unser) ch org A major 1860 rev as S.3/7 [1]
30 Responsorien und Antiphonen (Répons et Antiennes) ch (+org) 1860
31i Christus ist geboren I (Weihnachtslied I) ch org 1863 1st version of S.31ii
31ii Christus ist geboren I (Weihnachtslied I) mch org 1863 2nd version of S.31i
32i Christus ist geboren II (Weihnachtslied II) ch org/harm 1863 1st version of S.32ii, S.32iii; arr for pf as S.502
32ii Christus ist geboren II (Weihnachtslied II) mch (+org) 1863 2nd version of S.32i, S.32iii
32iii Christus ist geboren II (Weihnachtslied II) fch 1863 3rd version of S.32i, S.32ii
33i
(*33)
Slavimo slavno, Slaveni! mch org 1863 1st version of S.33ii; arr for pf as S.503, for org as S.668 [b]
33ii Slavimo slavno, Slaveni! mch org 1866 2nd version of S.33i [a]
34i Ave maris stella ch org G major 1865–66 1st version of S.34ii
34ii Ave maris stella mch org B major 1868 2nd version of S.34i; arr for v pf/harm as S.680, for pf as S.506, for harm as S.669/2a, for org/harm as S.669/2b
35i Crux! (Hymne des marins avec Antienne approbative de Notre Tout Saint Père Pie IX) mch 1865 1st version of S.35ii
35ii Crux! (Hymne des marins avec Antienne approbative de Notre Tout Saint Père Pie IX) fch/cch pf 1865 2nd version of S.35i
36 Dall' alma Roma 2vv (+org) 1867–68 arr of S.766; based on S.261; rev as S.3/8
37 Mihi autem adhaerere (Offertoire de la messe du patriarche séraphique San François) mch org 1868
38 Ave Maria II ch org D major 1869 arr for pf as S.504i, for harm as S.667c, for v org/harm as S.681
39i Inno a Maria Vergine ch hp org 1869 1st version of S.39ii
39ii Inno a Maria Vergine ch hp pf4h org/harm 1869 2nd version of S.39i
40 O salutaris hostia I fch org 1869
41i Pater noster III ch pf/org F major 1869 1st version of S.41ii
41ii Pater noster III mch pf/org/harm B major 1869 2nd version of S.41i
42i Tantum ergo fch org 1869 uses material from S.702; 1st version of S.42ii, S.42iii
42ii Tantum ergo mch org 1869 2nd version of S.42i, S.42iii; arr for pf as S.729
42iii Tantum ergo fch org 1882 3rd version of S.42i, S.42ii [d][e]
43 O salutaris hostia II ch (+org) E major 1870
44 Ave verum corpus ch (+org) 1871
45 Libera me mch org 1871 arr of S.12/6
46i Anima Christi sanctifica me mch org 1874 1st version of S.46ii
46ii Anima Christi sanctifica me mch org 1874 2nd version of S.46i
47 Sankt Christoph (Legend) fch pf harm (+hp) 1881 unpublished
*48
(92/2)
Der Herr bewahret die Seelen seiner Heiligen
49 O heilige Nacht (Weihnachtslied) ten fch org/harm 1881 based on S.186/2
49a Adeste fidelis fch ? incomplete
50 (12) Alte deutsche geistliche Weisen: ch kbd 1878–79 probably misattributed to Liszt, who arr the pieces as S.504b and S.669a
50/1
Es segne uns Gott
ch kbd 1878–79 arr for pf as S.504b/3a, for ch org as S.669a/1
50/2
Meine Seel' erhebt den Herrn (Gott sei gnädig und barmherzig)
ch kbd 1878–79 arr for pf as S.504b/3, for v ch/org as S.669a/2, for ch org as S.51
50/3
Nun ruhen alle Wälder
ch kbd 1878–79 arr for pf as S.504b/5, for v org as S.669a/3
50/4
O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden
ch kbd 1878–79 arr for pf as S.504b/6, for v org as S.669a/4
50/5
O Lamm Gottes!
ch kbd 1878–79 arr for pf as S.504b/7, for v pf/org as S.669a/5
50/6
Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan
ch kbd 1878–79 arr for pf as S.504b/10, for v org as S.669a/6
50/7
Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten
ch kbd 1878–79 arr for pf as S.504b/11, for v org as S.669a/7
50/8
Vexilla Regis
ch kbd 1878–79 arr for pf as S.504b/9
50/9
Crux ave benedicta
ch kbd 1878–79 arr for pf as S.504b/1
50/10
O Traurigkeit
ch kbd 1878–79 arr for pf as S.504b/8
50/11
Nun danket alle Gott!
ch kbd 1878–79 arr for pf as S.504b/4
50/12
Jesu Christe (Die fünf Wunden)
ch kbd 1878–79 arr for pf as S.504b/2
51 Meine Seel' erhebt den Herrn! (Gott sei uns gnädig und barmherzig) (Der Kirchensegen) ch org 1878 arr of S.50/2
52 Septem sacramenta mez bar ch org/harm 1878–84
53 Via crucis (Les 14 stations de la croix) vv ch pf/org/harm 1876–79 arr for org as S.669b, for pf4h as S.583, for pf as S.504
54 O Roma nobilis ch org 1878–79 based on a chorus by Giuseppe Baini; Liszt's authorship of choral parts doubtful; arr for org as S.669c, for pf as S.506b
55 Ossa arida ch org4h 1879
56 Rosario: ch org/harm (+bar) 1879
56/1
Mysteria gaudiosa
ch org/harm 1879 arr for org/harm as S.670/1
56/2
Mysteria dolorosa
ch org/harm 1879 arr for org/harm as S.670/2
56/3
Mysteria gloriosa
ch org/harm 1879 arr for org/harm as S.670/3
56/4
Pater noster
bar/mch org/harm 1879 [3]
57 In domum Domini ibimus ch br perc org 1884 arr for pf as S.505, for org as S.671
58 O sacrum convivium alt fch org/harm 1880–85 arr for org/harm as S.674a
59 Pro Papa: ch org 1880
59/1
Tu es Petrus
mch org 1880
59/2
Dominus conservet eum
ch org 1880
60 'Sposalizio' (Trauung) nach dem gleichnamigen Bilde Raphaels (Ave Maria III) (Geistliche Vermählungsmusik: Geist der Liebe, segne uns!) alt fch org/harm 1883 arr (setting) of S.161/1 to Ave Maria Latin or German text; arr for org/harm as S.671a, for v 2pf as S.700g
61 Nun danket alle Gott ch/mch 2tpt 3tbn timp org 1883 arr for org as S.674c
62 Mariengarten ch org (+alt ten) 1884?
63 Qui seminant in lacrimis (Psalm 126) ch org 1883
64 Pax vobiscum! mch (+org) 1885
65 Qui Mariam absolvisti bar ch org/harm 1885
66 Salve Regina ch 1885
67–94

Secular[edit]

[INDEX↑]
67 Festkantate zur Enthüllung des Beethoven-Denkmals in Bonn (Was versammelt hier die Menge)
(Beethoven Cantata No.1)
6vv orch 1845 arr for pf4h as S.584; beginning and end of the 1st mvt arr for pf as S.507
68 Zur Säkularfeier Beethovens
(Beethoven Cantata No.2)
4vv ch orch 1869–70
69i Chöre zu Herders Entfesseltem Prometheus sop alt 2ten 2bass ch orch 1850 1st version of S.69ii, S.69iii; Overture 1st version of S.99; 1st perf this version 24 Aug 1850 Weimar cond Liszt; No.4 arr for pf as S.507a; No.5 arr for pf as S.692e
69ii Chöre zu Herders Entfesseltem Prometheus sop alt 2ten 2bass 2ch orch 1855–59 2nd version of S.69i, S.69iii; No.4 arr for pf as S.508, for pf4h as S.585
69iii Chöre zu Herders Entfesseltem Prometheus sop alt 2ten 2bass 2ch orch 1877? 3rd version of S.69i, S.69ii
70i An die Künstler 4vv mch ww br 1853 instrumentation by Joachim Raff; 1st version of S.70ii, S.70iii
70ii An die Künstler 4vv mch orch 1853–54 2nd version of S.70i, S.70iii
70iii An die Künstler 4vv mch org orch 1856–57 3rd version of S.70i, S.70ii; themes used in S.114
71 Gaudeamus igitur (Humoreske, Zur Feier des hundertjährigen Jubiläums der Akademischen Konzerte zu Jena 1870) vv (+mch/ch) orch 1869–70 arr for pf as S.509, for pf4h as S.586
72 (4) Vierstimmige Männergesänge: mch pf 1841–42 [4]
72/1
Rheinweinlied (Wo solch ein Feuer)
mch pf 1841 1st version of S.72/1a
72/1a
Rheinweinlied (Wo solch ein Feuer)
mch pf 1884 2nd version of S.72/1
72/2
Studentenlied aus Goethe's Faust (Es lebt' eine Ratt im Kellernest)
mch 1841–42 1st version of S.72/2a
72/2a
Studentenlied aus Goethe's Faust (Es lebt' eine Ratt im Kellernest)
mch before 1857 2nd version of S.72/2 [d][e]
72/3
Reiterlied I (Die bange Nacht ist nun herum)
mch B major 1841–42 1st (alternative) setting of S.72/4
72/4
Reiterlied II (Die bange Nacht ist nun herum)
mch C major 1841–42 2nd (alternative) setting of S.72/3
73 Es war einmal ein König (Flohlied) bar/bass mch pf 1844–45
74i Das deutsche Vaterland I (Was ist das deutsche Vaterland?) 4vv mch pf D major 1841 1st version of S.74ii
74ii Das deutsche Vaterland II (Was ist das deutsche Vaterland?) mch C major 1848 2nd version of S.74i
75i Über allen Gipfeln ist Ruh' (Wanderers Nachtlied) 4mch 1842 1st version of S.75ii, S.75iii; arr v pf as S.306i [5]
75ii Über allen Gipfeln ist Ruh' (Wanderers Nachtlied) 4mch 1849 2nd version of S.75i, S.75iii [6]
75iii Über allen Gipfeln ist Ruh' (Wanderers Nachtlied) 4mch 2hn 1856 3rd version of S.75i, S.75ii [d][e]
76 Das düstre Meer umrauscht mich 4mch pf 1842 [5]
76a Heil! Unsrer Glocke heil mch pf 1843
77 Die lustige Legion mch (+pf) 1846?
78 6 Männerchöre: ten mch pf/(hp?) (+tpt timp) 1841–49
78/1
Trinkspruch (Giesst Wein in die Gläser, ihr Zecher!)
mch pf 1843–44
78/2
Die alten Sagen kunden
4mch pf B major 1841–45? 1st version of S.90/8
78/3
Saatengrün
mch (+pf/hp?) c1843 1st version of S.90/9
78/4
Der Gang um Mitternacht (Ich schreite mit dem Geist)
4mch 1841–43? 1st version of S.90/10
78/5
Soldatenlied aus Faust (Burgen mit hohen Mauern und Zinnen)
4mch (+tpt timp) 1844 1st version of S.90/7
78/6
Ständchen (Hüttelein, still und klein)
ten mch A major late 1840s 2nd version of S.90/2a, S.90/2
79i Titan (Auf des Athos blauen Felsenspitzen) bar mch pf 1842 2nd version of S.79ii, S.79iii, S.700j [e]
79ii Titan (Auf des Athos blauen Felsenspitzen) bar mch pf 1845 3rd version of S.79i, S.79iii, S.700j [e]
79iii Titan (Auf des Athos blauen Felsenspitzen) bar mch pf 1847 4th version of S.79i, S.79ii, S.700j; arr for bar mch orch by Liszt and August Conradi as S.79a [b]
79a
(*79)
Titan (Auf des Athos blauen Felsenspitzen) bar mch orch 1848 arr of S.79iii by Liszt and August Conradi; unpublished [b]
80 Les quatre élémens: mch pf/pf4h 1844–45 arr for mch orch by Liszt and August Conradi as S.80a
80/1
La terre
mch pf 1844–45 arr for mch orch by Liszt and August Conradi as S.80a/1
80/2
Les aquilons
mch pf4h 1844 arr for mch orch by Liszt and August Conradi as S.80a/2
80/3
Les flots
mch pf 1845 arr for mch orch by Liszt and August Conradi as S.80a/3
80/4
Les astres
mch pf c1845 arr for mch orch by Liszt and August Conradi as S.80a/4
80a
(*80)
Les quatre élémens: mch orch 1844–48 arr of S.80 by Liszt and August Conradi; unpublished; see also overture S.97i [b]
80a/1
La terre
mch orch 1844–48 arr of S.80/1 by Liszt and August Conradi
80a/2
Les aquilons
mch orch 1844–48 arr of S.80/2 by Liszt and August Conradi
80a/3
Les flots
mch orch 1845–48 arr of S.80/3 by Liszt and August Conradi
80a/4
Les astres
mch orch 1845–48 arr of S.80/4 by Liszt and August Conradi
81 Le forgeron (Le fer est dur, frappons, frappons) ten bass mch pf 1845 arr for 2vv mch orch by Liszt and August Conradi as S.81a
81a
(*81)
Le forgeron (Le fer est dur, frappons, frappons) ten bass mch orch 1845–48 arr of S.81 by Liszt and August Conradi; unpublished [b]
81b
(*81a)
A patakhoz (A patakcsa)
(To the Brook)
mch 1846 [b]
82 Arbeiterchor (Herbei, herbei, den Spath' und Schaufel ziert) bar mch pf 1843–48? arr for pf as S.510, for pf4h as S.587
83 Hungaria 1848 (Aus Osten aus der Sonne Tor) (Ungaria-Kantate) vv mch pf 1848 arr for vv mch orch by Liszt and August Conradi as S.83a
83a
(*83)
Hungaria 1848 (Aus Osten aus der Sonne Tor) (Ungaria-Kantate) vv mch orch 1848 arr of S.83 by Liszt and August Conradi [b]
84i Licht, mehr Licht mch 3tbn tba 1849 1st version of S.84ii [6]
84ii Licht, mehr Licht mch 2tpt 3tbn 1856 2nd version of S.84i
85i Chor der Engel aus Goethe's Faust (pt 2) (Rosen, ihr blendenden) mch pf 1849 1st version of S.85ii, S.85iii
85ii Chor der Engel aus Goethe's Faust (pt 2) (Rosen, ihr blendenden) fch hp pf/harm 1849 2nd version of S.85i, S.85iii
85iii
(*85)
Chor der Engel aus Goethe's Faust (pt 2) (Rosen, ihr blendenden) ch hp/pf 1849 3rd version of S.85i, S.85ii; arr for ch orch by Liszt and August Conradi as S.85a [6]
85a Chor der Engel aus Goethe's Faust (pt 2) (Rosen, ihr blendenden) ch orch 1849 arr of S.85iii by Liszt and August Conradi; unpublished [d][b]
86 Festchor zur Enthüllung des Herder-Denkmals in Weimar mch pf 1850 arr for mch br by Liszt and Joachim Raff as S.86a
86a
(*86)
Festchor zur Enthüllung des Herder-Denkmals in Weimar mch br 1850 arr of S.86 by Liszt and Joachim Raff [b]
87i Weimars Volkslied (Von der Wartburg) (Zur Enthüllung des Carl August Denkmals in Weimar am 3. September 1857) mch (ww br perc)/pf E major 1857 arr of S.313; 1st version of S.87i/a
87i/a Weimars Volkslied (Von der Wartburg) (Zur Enthüllung des Carl August Denkmals in Weimar am 3. September 1875) mch (ww br perc)/pf E major before 1875? 2nd version of S.87i; see also S.92 [d][e]
87ii Weimars Volkslied (Von der Wartburg) mch (+pf) F major 1873? arr of S.313
87iii Weimars Volkslied (Von der Wartburg) 4mch E major 1860? arr of S.313; 1st version of S.87iii/a
87iii/a Weimars Volkslied (Von der Wartburg) 4mch E major 1875? 2nd version of S.87iii; unpublished [d][e]
87iv Weimars Volkslied (Von der Wartburg) mch org F major 1875 arr of S.313; unpublished
87v Weimars Volkslied (Von der Wartburg) ch (+pf) E major 1875? arr of S.313 by Bernhard Sulze
87vi Weimars Volkslied (Von der Wartburg) 3eq E major 1870s? arr of S.313
87vii Weimars Volkslied (Von der Wartburg) 3cch F major 1870s? arr of S.313
87viii Weimars Volkslied (Von der Wartburg) uch br/pf C major 1857 arr of S.313 [d][e]
88 Morgenlied (Die Sterne sind erblicken) fch 1859 2nd version of S.89 with different lyrics
89 Mit klingendem Spiel (Morgenlied) cch 1859 1st version of S.88 with different lyrics
89a (5) Für Männergesang: mch pf 1842–45 [7]
89a/1
(*90/3a)
Wir sind nicht Mummien
(We are not mummies)
mch pf 1842 1st version of S.90/3 [5]
89a/2
(*90/12a)
Gottes ist der Orient
4mch B major 1842 1st version of S.90/12 [5]
89a/3–5 3 Vierstimmige Männerchöre: mch pf 1845 1st version of S.90/4–6; arr for pf as S.510a [8]
89a/3
No.1: Trost I
(Consolation)
4mch pf E major 1845 1st setting of S.89a/4; 1st version of S.90/4; arr for pf as S.510a/1
89a/4
No.2: Trost II
(Consolation)
mch pf C major 1845 2nd setting of S.89a/3; 1st version of S.90/6; arr for pf as S.510a/3
89a/5
No.3: Nicht gezagt!
(No hesitation!)
mch pf A major 1845 1st version of S.90/5; arr for pf as S.510a/2
90 (12) Für Männergesang: ten bar 4vv mch pf (+tpt timp) 1857–61 [9] #3-6,12 (s89a) publ earlier, rev here. 4 publ earlier (unpublished?) rev here (s78? #7-10?). 3 new for this set (earlier verss? unpublished) (#1-2,11?).
90/1
Vereins-Lied (Frisch auf, zu neuem Leben)
mch 1860 3rd version of S.90/1a, S.90/1b
90/1a
Vereins-Lied (Frisch auf, zu neuem Leben)
mch 1855 1st version of S.90/1b, S.90/1c; unpublished
90/1b
Vereins-Lied (Frisch auf, zu neuem Leben)
mch 1857 2nd version of S.90/1a, S.90/1c; unpublished
90/2
Ständchen (Hüttelein, still und klein)
ten mch G major 1857–60 3rd version of S.90/2a, S.78/6
90/2a
Ständchen (Hüttelein, still und klein)
ten mch A major 1841–43? 1st version of S.90/2b, S.90/2c; unpublished
90/3
Wir sind nicht Mummien
(We are not mummies)
mch pf 1860–61 2nd version of S.89a/1
90/4–6 (3) Geharnischte Lieder
(Songs in Amour):
mch pf 1860 2nd version of S.89a/3–5; arr for pf as S.511 [10]
90/4
No.1: Vor der Schlacht (Es rufet Gott uns mahnend)
(Before the Battle)
4mch E major 1860 1st setting of S.90/6; 2nd version of S.89a/3; arr for pf as S.511/1
90/5
No.2: Nicht gezagt!
(No hesitation!)
5mch pf G major 1860 2nd version of S.89a/5; arr for pf as S.511/2
90/6
No.3: Es rufet Gott uns mahnend
(God Calls and Warns Us)
mch 1860 2nd setting of S.90/4; 2nd version of S.89a/4; arr for pf as S.511/3
90/7
Soldatenlied aus Faust (Burgen mit hohen Mauern und Zinnen)
4mch (+tpt timp) 1860–61 2nd version of S.78/5
90/8
Die alten Sagen kunden
4vv mch A minor 1860–61 2nd version of S.78/2
90/9
Saatengrün
mch A major 1860–61 2nd version of S.78/3
90/10
Der Gang um Mitternacht (Ich schreite mit dem Geist)
ten mch 1860 2nd version of S.78/4
90/11
Festlied zu Schillers Jubelfeier 10 November 1859
bar mch 1860 2nd version of S.90/11a
90/11a
Festlied zu Schillers Jubelfeier 10 November 1859
bar mch 1859 1st version of S.90/11b [11]
90/12
Gottes ist der Orient
4mch A major 1860–61 2nd version of S.89a/2
91i Das Lied der Begeisterung (A lelkesedés dala) mch 1871 1st version of S.91ii; German and Hungarian text
91ii Das Lied der Begeisterung (Was nützt mir der Erde reichstes Gut) mch org 1874 2nd version of S.91i; German text only
92 Zwei Festgesänge zur Enthüllung des Carl August Denkmals in Weimar am 3. September 1875: ch br timp org 1875 see also S.87i/a [a]
92/1
(*92)
Carl August weilt mit uns (Fanfare)
mch br timp (+org) 1875 arr for pf as S.542b [b]
92/2
(*48)
Der Herr bewahret die Seelen seiner Heiligen (Psalm 97: 10–11)
ch br timp org 1875 [b]
93i Magyar király-dal (Ungarisches Königslied) mch 1883 arr of S.340
93ii Magyar király-dal (Ungarisches Königslied) ch 1883 arr of S.340
93iii Magyar király-dal (Ungarisches Königslied) mch pf 1883 arr of S.340
93iv Magyar király-dal (Ungarisches Königslied) ch pf 1883 arr of S.340
93v Magyar király-dal (Ungarisches Königslied) mch orch 1883 arr of S.340
93vi Magyar király-dal (Ungarisches Königslied) ch orch 1883 arr of S.340
93vii Magyar király-dal (Ungarisches Königslied) cch 1883 arr of S.340
94 Gruss (Glück auf) mch 1885
95–119

Orchestra[edit]

[INDEX↑]
95–107
Symphonic poems[edit]
[INDEX↑]
95i Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne orch 1847–49 1st version of S.95ii, S.95iii, S.95iv; unpublished
95ii Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne orch 1849–50 2nd version of S.95i, S.95iii, S.95iv; 1st perf this version 1850 Weimar, unpublished
95iii
(*95)
Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne orch 1850–54 3rd version of S.95i, S.95ii, S.95iv; unpublished
95iv Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne (Méditation symphonie d'après Hugo) (Bergsymphonie)
(Symphonic Poem No.1)
orch 1854–56 4th version of S.95i, S.95ii, S.95iii; 1st perf this version 7 January 1857 Weimar, published 1857; arr for pf4h as S.589, for 2pf as S.635; mvt IV arr for org as S.261a
96i Ouverture de Tasso von Goethe orch 1847–49 uses theme from S.159/1; 1st version of S.96ii, S.96iii, S.96iv; 1st perf this version as an Overture to a performance of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's drama Torquato Tasso 28 Aug 1849 Weimar cond Liszt, unpublished
96ii Tasso: lamento e trionfo orch 1849–51 2nd version of S.96i, S.96iii, S.96iv; unpublished
96iii
(*96)
Tasso: lamento e trionfo orch 1851–54 3rd version of S.96i, S.96ii, S.96iv; 1st perf this version 19 April 1854 Weimar cond Liszt, unpublished
96iv Tasso: lamento e trionfo
(Symphonic Poem No.2) (after Goethe and Byron)
orch 1854–56 4th version of S.96i, S.96ii, S.96iii; published 1856; arr for pf4h as S.590, for 2pf as S.636, for pf as S.692l; see also epilogue S.112/3
97i Ouverture des Quatre élémens orch 1849–50 Overture to S.80a; 1st version of S.97ii, S.97iii, S.97iv; unpublished
97ii Ouverture orch 1850–52 2nd version of S.97i, S.97iii, S.97iv; unpublished
97iii Les préludes (d'après A. de Lamartine) orch 1853–54 3rd version of S.97i, S.97ii, S.97iv; 1st perf this version 23 Feb 1854 Weimar cond Liszt, unpublished
97iv
(*97)
Les préludes (d'après A. de Lamartine)
(Symphonic Poem No.3)
orch 1854–55 4th version of S.97i, S.97ii, S.97iii; published 1856; arr for pf as S.511a, for pf4h as S.591, for 2pf as S.637,
98 Orpheus
(Symphonic Poem No.4)
orch 1853–54 1st perf as the "Overture" to a performance of Christoph Willibald Gluck's opera Orfeo ed Euridice 16 Feb 1854 Weimar cond Liszt; 1st perf as "Orpheus" symphonic poem 10 Nov 1854 Weimar; arr for pf as S.511b, for pf4h as S.592, for 2pf as S.638, for org/harm as S.672a, for chamber-ensemble as S.723a; extract arr for pf as S.167d
99 Prometheus
(Symphonic Poem No.5)
orch 1850–55 2nd version of Overture from S.69i; 1st perf this version 18 Oct 1855 Brunswick cond Liszt; arr for pf4h as S.593, for 2pf as S.639
100i Mazeppa orch 1845–51 arr of S.138; 1st version of S.100ii; unpublished [a]
100ii
(*100)
Mazeppa
(Symphonic Poem No.6) (after V. Hugo)
orch 1851–54 2nd version of S.100i; 1st perf this version 16 April 1854 Weimar cond Liszt, published 1856; arr for pf as S.511c, for pf4h as S.594, for 2pf as S.640 [b]
101i Festklänge orch 1853–54 1st version of S.101ii; 1st perf this version as Introduction to a performance of Friedrich Schiller's play Die Huldigung der Künste 9 Nov 1854 Weimar cond Liszt, published 1856; arr for 2pf as S.641
101ii
(*101)
Festklänge
(Symphonic Poem No.7)
orch 1854–61 2nd version of S.101i; published 1861; arr for pf as S.511d, for pf4h as S.595
102 Héroïde funèbre
(Symphonic Poem No.8)
orch 1854–56 2nd version of 1st mvt of S.690; arr for pf4h as S.596a, for 2pf as S.642
103 Hungaria
(Symphonic Poem No.9)
orch 1854 based on S.358a; 1st perf 8 Sept 1856 Pest cond Liszt; arr for pf as S.511e, for pf4h as S.596, for 2pf as S.643
104i Hamlet orch 1858 1st version of S.104ii; 1st perf as an introduction to a private performance of Shakespeare's play Hamlet 25 June 1858 Weimar cond Liszt, unpublished
104ii
(*104)
Hamlet
(Symphonic Poem No.10)
orch 1858 2nd version of S.104i; 1st perf this version 2 July 1876 Sondershausen cond Max Erdmannsdörfer, published 1861; arr for pf4h as S.597, for 2pf as S.644
105 Hunnenschlacht
(Symphonic Poem No.11) (after paintings by W. von Kaulbach)
orch 1855–57 1st perf 29 Dec 1857 Weimar cond Liszt; arr for pf4h as S.596b, for 2pf as S.645
106 Die Ideale
(Symphonic Poem No.12) (after Schiller)
orch 1856–57 1st perf 5 Sept 1857 Weimar cond Liszt; arr for pf4h as S.596c, for 2pf as S.646; extract arr for pf as S.167e; 2nd theme used in S.114
107 Von der Wiege bis zum Grabe (Du berceau jusqu'à la tombe)
(Symphonic Poem No.13) (after an engraving by Mihály Zichy):
orch 1881–82 arr of S.598; arr for pf as S.512ii
107/1
Die Wiege (Le berceau)
orch 1881–82 extract arr for 4vn as S.133
107/2
Der Kampf um's Dasein (Le combat pour la vie)
orch 1881–82
107/3
Zum Grabe: die Wiege des zukünftigen Lebens (À la tombe: Berceau de la vie future)
orch 1881–82
108–119
Other orchestra works[edit]
[INDEX↑]
108i Eine Faust-Symphonie: small-orch 1854–57 1st version of S.108ii, S.108iii; sketched late 1830s to 1840s, 1st complete draft 1854, complete score finished 1857, 1st perf this version 5 Sept 1857 Weimar cond. Liszt, unpublished; arr for 2pf as S.647
108i/1
Faust
small-orch 1854–57
108i/2
Gretchen
small-orch 1854–57
108i/3
Mephistopheles
small-orch 1854–57
108ii Eine Faust-Symphonie (in drei Charakterbildern (nach Goethe)): orch (+ten mch) 1857–61 2nd version of S.108i, S.108iii; optional choral section (mvt 3b) added 1857, rescored for full orch (including added brass and organ/harmonium) and further small revisions 1857–61, 1st performance this version 1861 cond. Hans von Bülow, published 1861 [12]
108ii/1
Faust
orch 1857–61
108ii/2
Gretchen
orch 1857–61 arr for pf as S.513, for vn va vc hp pf harm by Leopold Alexander Zellner with corrections and additional material by Liszt as S.377b
108ii/3a
Mephistopheles
orch 1857–61
108ii/3b
Schlußchor (Andante mistico) ("Alles Vergängliche ist nur ein Gleichniss")
orch ten mch 1857–61
108iii Eine Faust-Symphonie (in drei Charakterbildern (nach Goethe)): orch (+ten mch) 1880 3rd version of S.108i, S.108ii; 2nd mvt revised (10 additional bars) [a]
108iii/1
Faust
orch 1880
108iii/2
Gretchen
orch 1880
108iii/3a
Mephistopheles
orch 1880
108iii/3b
Schlußchor (Andante mistico)
orch ten mch 1880
109 Dante Symphony (Eine Symphonie zu Dantes Divina Commedia): orch 1839–57 arr for 2pf as S.648; extracts arr for org/harm as S.672b; themes used in S.182a; some material basis of S.167f
109/1
Inferno
orch 1839–57
109/2a
Purgatorio
orch 1839–57
109/2b
Magnificat
orch 1839–57
109a New Grand Overture orch by 1825 premiered in London in 1825; possibly same as Overture to S.1
110 2 Episoden aus Lenaus Faust: orch 1857–61
110/1
Der nächtliche Zug
orch 1857–61 arr for pf as S.513a, for pf4h as S.599/1
110/2
Der Tanz in der Dorfschenke (Mephisto Walzer)
orch 1857–61 arr of S.514; 1st version of S.110/2a, with original Presto coda (grand ending, matches piano solo version)
110/2a
Der Tanz in der Dorfschenke (Mephisto Walzer)
orch 1857–61 2nd version of S.110/2, with alternate Allegro molto coda (quiet ending); arr for pf4h as S.599/2 [f][e]
111 Mephisto Waltz No.2 (Zweiter Mephisto-Walzer) orch 1880–81 arr of S.515
112 (3) Odes funèbres: orch 1860–66
112/1
Les morts
orch (+mch) 1860 arr for pf as S.516, for pf4h as S.601, for org as S.268/2
112/2
La notte
orch 1863–64 uses themes from S.161/2; arr for pf as S.516a, for pf4h as S.602, for vn pf as S.377a
112/3
Le triomphe funèbre du Tasse
orch 1866 epilogue to S.96iv; arr for pf as S.517, for pf4h as S.602/3, for 2pf as S.757
113i
(*709)
Boze coś Polskę orch 1863 based on an old Polish song; 1st version of S.113ii; arr for pf4h as S.604i
113ii Salve Polonia (Interludium aus dem Oratorium St. Stanislaus) orch 1884 interlude to S.688; 2nd version of S.113i; arr for pf as S.518, for pf4h as S.604ii
113a
(*354)
2 Légendes: orch 1863 arr of S.175
113a/1
(*354/1)
St François d'Assise: la prédication aux oiseaux
orch 1863 arr of S.175/1
113a/2
(*354/2)
St François de Paule: marchant sur les flots
orch 1863 arr of S.175/2
114 Künstler-Festzug zur Schiller-Feier 1859 orch 1857 uses themes from S.70iii, Trio section theme from S.106; arr for pf as S.520i, for pf4h as S.605
115i Fest-marsch zur Säcular-feier von Goethe's Geburtstag am 28t Aug 1849 in Weimar orch 1849 arr of S.227 by Liszt and August Conradi; 1st version of S.115ii, S.115iii; 1st perf 28 August 1849 Weimar; unpublished
115ii Fest-marsch zur Säcular-feier von Goethe's Geburtstag am 28t Aug 1849 in Weimar orch 1849 arr of S.227 by Liszt and Joachim Raff; 2nd version of S.115i, S.115iii; rejected by Liszt in favor of the Conradi version S.115i; unpublished
115iii Fest-Marsch zur Göthe Jubiläum-Feier orch 1857 3rd version of S.115i, S.115ii; arr for pf4h as S.606 [13]
116 Festmarsch nach Motiven von E.H.z.S.-C.-G. orch 1858–59 based on themes from the opera Diana von Solang by Ernst II, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha; arr for pf as S.522, for pf4h as S.607
117 Rákóczi-Marsch orch 1863–67 arr of S.244/15; arr for pf as S.244a, for pf4h as S.608, for 2pf as S.652a
118 Ungarischer Marsch zur Krönungsfeier in Ofen-Pest am 8. Juni 1867 orch 1870 arr for pf as S.523, for pf4h as S.609
119 Ungarischer Sturmmarsch (Hungarian Battle March) orch 1875 arr of S.232; 2nd version of S.358b; arr for pf4h as S.610
120–126a

Piano and orchestra[edit]

[INDEX↑]
120 Grande fantaisie symphonique (über Themen aus Hector Berlioz' Lélio) pf orch 1834 based on themes from Lélio, ou le retour à la vie, Op.14bis/H.55 by Hector Berlioz; score and parts corrected from manuscript sources by Leslie Howard
121 Concerto in E minor for piano and strings "Malédiction" pf str E minor c1833
121a
(*691)
De profundis (Psaume instrumental pour orchestre et piano principal) pf orch 1834–35 unfinished; score prepared from manuscript sources by Jay Rosenblatt, further preparation and completion of the work (final 6 bars) by Leslie Howard
122i Fantasie über Motiven aus Beethovens Ruinen von Athen pf orch c1837 arr of S.388b; 1st version of S.122ii, S.122iii
122ii
(*122)
Fantasie über Motiven aus Beethovens Ruinen von Athen pf orch 1848–52 based on the "March and Chorus" (No.6), the "Dervishes' Chorus" (No.3), and the "Turkish March" (No.4) from Die Ruinen von Athen, Op.113 by Ludwig van Beethoven; 2nd version of S.122i, S.122iii, incorporating S.388; arr for pf as S.389, for 2pf as S.649
122iii Fantasie über Motiven aus Beethovens Ruinen von Athen pf orch 1855 3rd version of S.122i, S.122ii
123 Fantasie über ungarische Volksmelodien pf orch c1852–55 based on S.244/14
124 Piano Concerto No.1 in E-flat major pf orch E major 1830s, 1849, 1853, 1856 opening and main motive notated in 1832, 6 drafts, 2 versions (1849, 1856); arr for 2pf as S.650
125 Piano Concerto No.2 in A major pf orch A major 1839, 1849, 1853, 1857, 1861 based on S.524a; 2 versions (1839, 1849); arr for 2pf as S.651
125a Piano Concerto in E-flat [No.3] pf orch E major c1836–39 uses themes from S.148, S.151, S.152; unfinished; score prepared from manuscript sources by Jay Rosenblatt, further preparation and performing version of solo part by Leslie Howard
126i Totentanz (Phantasie für Pianoforte und Orchester "De profundis version") pf orch 1849 1st version of S.126ii; score prepared from manuscript sources by Ferruccio Busoni in 1919 [14]
126ii Totentanz (Paraphrase über Dies irae) pf orch 1852–59 2nd version of S.126i; arr for pf as S.525, for 2pf as S.652
*126a
(714)
Concerto in the Hungarian Style
126b–135

Chamber music[edit]

[INDEX↑]
126b 2 Walzer: vn pf 1823 Nos.4 and 5 of the collection Sieben Walzer für Violin und Pianoforte von M. Pamer, H. Payer und F. List
126b/1
Waltz
vn pf A major 1823
126b/2
Waltz aus dem Ballett "Die Amazonen"
vn pf A major 1823 based on a theme from the ballet Die Amazonen by Count Wenzel Robert von Gallenberg; arr for pf as S.208a
126c
(*717)
Trio vn vc pf D major 1825 3 mvts; vn part lost, vc part discovered in 1997, pf part in 1998
127 Duo (sur des thèmes polonais) vn pf C minor 1835 based on No.2 of the Mazurkas, Op.6 by Frédéric Chopin, and on an unidentified Polish melody (also used in S.249/2, S.249a) [15]
128i Grand Duo concertant (pour piano et violon sur la Romance de M. [Charles-Philippe] Lafont "Le départ du jeune marin") vn pf 1835 based on the song by Charles Philippe Lafont, who collaborated with Liszt on this composition; 1st version of S.128ii
128ii
(*128)
Grand Duo concertant (sur la romance de M. Lafont, "Le marin") vn pf 1849 2nd version of S.128i
129 Epithalam (zu Eduard Reményis Vermählungsfeier) vn pf 1872 arr for pf as S.526, for pf4h as S.611
129a/i Duo in G vc pf G major 1875 collaborative composition with an unknown musician; unpublished [16]; alternate version for vn pf as S.129a/ii [g][e]
129a/ii Duo in G vn pf G major 1875 collaborative composition with an unknown musician; unpublished [16]; alternate version for vc pf as S.129a/i [g][e]
130i
(*130)
Première Élégie (Elegy No.1) vc hp pf harm 1874 arr of S.196; alternate version for vc pf as S.130ii, for vn pf (+harm) as S.130iii; arr for small-orch as S.710a [b]
130ii
(*130bis)
Première Élégie (Elegy No.1) vc pf 1874 arr of S.196; alternate version for vc hp pf harm as S.130i, for vn pf (+harm) as S.130iii [b]
130iii
(*130ter)
Première Élégie (Elegy No.1) vn pf (+harm) 1874 arr of S.196; alternate version for vc hp pf harm as S.130i, for vc pf as S.130ii [b]
131i
(*131)
Zweite Elegie (Elegy No.2) vc pf 1877 arr of S.197; alternate version of S.131ii [b]
131ii
(*131bis)
Zweite Elegie (Elegy No.2) vn pf 1877 arr of S.197; alternate version of S.131i [b]
132i
(*132)
Romance oubliée va pf 1880 arr of S.527; alternate version of S.132ii, S.132iii [b]
132ii
(*132bis)
Romance oubliée vc pf 1880 arr of S.527; alternate version of S.132i, S.132iii [b]
132iii
(*132ter)
Romance oubliée vn pf 1880 arr of S.527; alternate version of S.132i, S.132ii [b]
133 Die Wiege (The Cradle) 4vn 1881? arr of extract from S.107/1; 1st perf 22 Oct 1881 Rome for str qt; unpublished (in private collection); Schnapp.84
134i
(*134)
La lugubre gondola vc pf c1883 arr of S.200ii; alternate version of S.134ii [b]
134ii
(*134bis)
La lugubre gondola vn pf c1883 arr of S.200ii; alternate version of S.134i; 1st version of S.134a [b]
134a La lugubre gondola vn pf 1885 2nd version of S.134ii, with longer coda [e]
135 Am Grabe Richard Wagners 2vn va vc (+hp) 1883 using theme from the Prelude of S.6; arr for pf as S.202, for org as S.267
136–254

Piano solo[edit]

[INDEX↑]
136–146
Etudes/Studies[edit]
[INDEX↑]
136 Étude en douze (12) exercices: pf 1826 published as Op.6; originally intended as 1st series of 48 exercises; 1st version of S.137, S.139
136/1
(Allegro con fuoco)
pf C major 1826 1st version of S.137/1, S.139/1
136/2
(Allegro non molto)
pf A minor 1826 1st version of S.137/2, S.139/2
136/3
(Allegro sempre legato)
pf F major 1826 1st version of S.137/3, S.139/3
136/4
(Allegretto)
pf D minor 1826 1st version of S.137/4, S.138, S.139/4
136/5
(Moderato)
pf B major 1826 1st version of S.137/5, S.139/5
136/6
(Molto agitato)
pf G minor 1826 1st version of S.137/6, S.139/6
136/7
(Allegretto con molto espressione)
pf E major 1826 1st version of S.137/11, S.139/11
136/8
(Allegro con spirito)
pf C minor 1826 1st version of S.137/8, S.139/8
136/9
(Allegro grazioso)
pf A major 1826 1st version of S.137/9, S.139/9
136/10
(Moderato)
pf F minor 1826 1st version of S.137/10, S.139/10
136/11
(Allegro grazioso)
pf D major 1826
136/12
(Allegro non troppo)
pf B minor 1826 1st version of S.137/12, S.139/12
*136a
(692c/i)
Preludio (Allegro maestoso) F major 1826? intended for 2nd series of 48 exercises (with S.136 as the 1st series)
137 (12) Grandes études: pf 1837 2nd version of S.136, S.139
137/1
(Presto)
pf C major 1837 2nd version of S.136/1, S.139/1
137/2
(Molto vivace)
pf A minor 1837 2nd version of S.136/2, S.139/2
137/3
(Poco adagio)
pf F major 1837 2nd version of S.136/3, S.139/3
137/4
(Allegro patetico)
pf D minor 1837 2nd version of S.136/4, S.138, S.139/4
137/5
(Egualmente)
pf B major 1837 2nd version of S.136/5, S.139/5
137/6
(Largo patetico)
pf G minor 1837 2nd version of S.136/6, S.139/6
137/7
(Allegro deciso)
pf E major 1837 introduction uses intro from S.150; 1st version of S.139/7
137/8
(Presto strepitoso)
pf C minor 1837 2nd version of S.136/8, S.139/8
137/9
(Andantino)
pf A major 1837 2nd version of S.136/9, S.139/9
137/10
(Presto molto agitato)
pf F minor 1837 2nd version of S.136/10, S.139/10
137/11
(Lento assai)
pf D major 1837 2nd version of S.136/7, S.139/11
137/12
(Andantino)
pf B minor 1837 2nd version of S.136/12, S.139/12
138 Mazeppa pf D minor 1840 3rd version of S.136/4, S.137/4, S.139/4; arr for orch as S.100i
139 (12) Études d'exécution transcendante (12 Transcendental Etudes): pf 1851 3rd version of S.136, S.137
139/1
Preludio
pf C major 1851 3rd version of S.136/1, S.137/1
139/2
[Fusées] (Molto vivace)
pf A minor 1851 3rd version of S.136/2, S.137/2
139/3
Paysage
pf F major 1851 3rd version of S.136/3, S.137/3
139/4
Mazeppa
pf D minor 1851 4th version of S.136/4, S.137/4, S.138
139/5
Feux-follets (Irrlichter)
pf B major 1851 3rd version of S.136/5, S.137/5
139/6
Vision
pf G minor 1851 3rd version of S.136/6, S.137/6
139/7
Eroica
pf E major 1851 2nd version of S.137/7
139/8
Wilde Jagd
pf C minor 1851 3rd version of S.136/8, S.137/8
139/9
Ricordanza
pf A major 1851 3rd version of S.136/9, S.137/9
139/10
[Appassionata] (Allegro agitato molto)
pf F minor 1851 3rd version of S.136/10, S.137/10
139/11
Harmonies du soir
pf D major 1851 3rd version of S.136/7, S.137/11; themes used in S.166o
139/12
Chasse-neige
pf B minor 1851 3rd version of S.136/12, S.137/12
140 Études d'exécution transcendante d'après Paganini: pf 1838 1st version of S.141
140/1
Tremolo (Preludio. Andante – Etude I. Non troppo lento)
pf G minor 1838 preludio based on No.5 (transposed from A minor) and the etude based on No.6 of 24 Caprices for Solo Violin, Op.1 by Niccolò Paganini; 1st version of S.140/1a, S.141/1
140/1a
Tremolo (Preludio. Andante)
pf G minor 1838 2nd version of S.140/1, S.141/1, incorporating No.2 of 6 Concert Etudes after Paganini Caprices, Op.10 by Robert Schumann;
140/2
Octave (Andante)
pf E major 1838 based on No.17 of 24 Caprices for Solo Violin, Op.1 by Niccolò Paganini; 1st version of S.141/2
140/3
Campanella (Allegro moderato)
pf A minor 1838 based on last mvt (Rondo) of the Violin Concerto No.2 in B minor, Op.7 and last mvt (Rondo) of the Violin Concerto No.1 in D major, Op.6 by Niccolò Paganini; 1st version of S.141/3
140/4a
Arpeggio (Andante quasi allegretto)
pf E major 1838 based on No.1 of 24 Caprices for Solo Violin, Op.1 by Niccolò Paganini; 1st version of S.140/4b, S.141/4; the original published edition included both S.140/4a and 4b versions
140/4b
Arpeggio (Andante quasi allegretto)
pf E major 1838 2nd (difficult) version of S.140/4a, S.141/4; the original published edition included both S.140/4a and 4b versions
140/5
La chasse (Allegretto)
pf E major 1838 based on No.9 of 24 Caprices for Solo Violin, Op.1 by Niccolò Paganini; 1st version of S.140/5a, S.141/5
140/5a
La chasse (Allegretto)
pf E major 1838 2nd version of S.140/5, S.141/5
140/6
Tema con Variazioni (Tema. Quasi presto, a Capriccio – Var I a XI)
pf A minor 1838 based on No.24 of 24 Caprices for Solo Violin, Op.1 by Niccolò Paganini; 1st version of S.141/6
141 Grandes Études de Paganini: pf 1851 2nd version of S.140
141/1
Tremolo (Preludio. Andante – Etude. Non troppo lento)
pf G minor 1851 3rd version of S.140/1, S.140/1a
141/2
Octave (Andante)
pf E major 1851 2nd version of S.140/2
141/3
La Campanella (Allegretto)
pf G minor 1851 2nd version of S.140/3, based on Paganini's 2nd Violin Concerto only and not the 1st and 2nd together as in S.140/3
141/4
Arpeggio (Vivo)
pf E major 1851 3rd version of S.140/4a, S.140/4b
141/5
La chasse (Allegretto)
pf E major 1851 3rd version of S.140/5, S.140/5a
141/6
Theme and variations (Quasi presto)
pf A minor 1851 2nd version of S.140/6
*141/6bis
(166y/2)
Album-Leaf ("Introduction to the Grande Étude de Paganini No.6") pf 1884
142 Morceau de salon (Étude de perfectionnement) pf E minor 1840 1st version of S.143
143 Ab irato (Étude de perfectionnement) pf E minor 1852 2nd version of S.142
144 3 Études de concert: pf 1845–49
144/1
Il lamento
pf A major 1845–49
144/2
La leggierezza
pf F minor 1845–49
144/3
Un sospiro
pf D major 1845–49
144/3a
(*144/3bis)
Two additional cadenzas to Un Sospiro
pf D major 1848?
145 2 Konzertetüden (2 Concert-Studies): pf 1862
145/1
Waldesrauschen (Forest Murmurs)
pf D major 1862
145/2
Gnomenreigen (Gnomes' Round Dance)
pf F minor–F major 1862
146 Technische Studien (Technical Studies) pf 1868–71 68 studies in 12 volumes; No.62 Sprünge mit der Tremolo-Begleitung (Leaps with tremolo accompaniment) (written c1868) (from Vol.XII) also published separately
147–155
Early works[edit]
[INDEX↑]
147 Variation on a Waltz by Diabelli (Variation über einen Walzer von Diabelli) pf C minor 1822 contribution to the album Vaterländischer Künstlerverein
*147a
(747a)
Variationen über Romanze aus Joseph von Méhul
148 (8) Variations pf A major 1824 the original Theme of these Variations was used in S.125a; published as Op.1
149 (7) Variations brillantes sur un thème de Rossini pf 1824 published as Op.2; the Theme of these Variations is 'Ah, come nascondere la fiamma' from the opera Ermione by Gioachino Rossini
150 Impromptu brillant sur des thèmes de Rossini et Spontini pf 1824 published as Op.3; based on themes from Armida and La donna del lago by Gioachino Rossini, and from Fernand Cortez and Olimpie by Gaspare Spontini; introduction used as introduction in S.139/7
151 Allegro di bravura pf E minor 1824–25 theme used in S.125a; published as Op.4/1; arr for orch as S.700a
151a Adagio non troppo pf 1824?
152 Rondo di bravura pf E minor 1824–25 theme used in S.125a; published as Op.4/2
153 Scherzo (Allegro molto quasi presto) pf G minor 1827
153a
(*754a)
Grand solo caractéristique d'apropos une chansonette de Panséron pf C minor / E major 1830–32 based on a popular song by Auguste Mathieu Panseron; one section used as main theme for S.156/5; unpublished [17]
154 Harmonies poétiques et religieuses pf 1833 1st version of S.172a/8, S.173/4
155 Apparitions: pf 1834
155/1
(Senza lentezza quasi Allegretto)
pf F major 1834
155/2
(Vivamanete)
pf A minor 1834
155/3
Fantaisie sur une valse de François Schubert (Molto agitato ed appassionato)
pf 1834 based on No.33 of 36 Originaltänze, Op.9/D.365 by Franz Schubert
155a–163
Pieces from the years of travel[edit]
[INDEX↑]
*155a
(156/10–12)
Trois Airs Suisses same as S.156/10–12
156/1–6
(*156/1–7)
Album d'un voyageur
Vol.I: Impressions et poésies:
pf 1834-36 published 1841 by Richault (Paris) as "Album d'un voyageur: Prèmiere année (Suisse)"
156/1
Lyon ("Vivre en travaillant ou mourir en combattant")
pf C major 1834 the quotation is a workers' slogan
156/2a
(*156/2)
Le lac de Wallenstadt ("Thy contrasted lake ... warns me, with its stillness, to for sake / Earth's troubled waters for a purer spring")
pf A major 1835–36 the quotation is from Childe Harold by Lord Byron; 1st version of S.160/2; 1st part of S.156/2b (the two parts are one piece)
156/2b
(*156/3)
Au bord d'une source
pf A major 1835–36 prefaced by a quotation from a poem by Friedrich Schiller; 1st version of S.160/4, S.160/4a; 2nd part of S.156/2a (the two parts are one piece)
156/3
(*156/4)
Les cloches de G*****
pf B major 1835–36 G is the city Genève, the asterisks are in Liszt's original title; 1st version of S.160/9
156/4
(*156/5)
Vallée d'Obermann
pf E minor 1835–36 prefaced by a quotation from the novel Obermann by Étienne Pivert de Senancour; 1st version of S.160/6
156/5
(*156/6)
La chapelle de Guillaume Tell
pf C major 1835–36 main theme from S.153b; 1st version of S.160/1
156/6
(*156/7)
Psaume – de l'église à Génève ("Comme un cerf brame après des eaux courantes ..." – Psaume 42)
pf F major 1835–36 based on a melody by Louis Bourgeois
156/7–9
(*156/8–16)
Album d'un voyageur
Vol.II: Fleurs mélodiques des Alpes:
pf C major 1835–36 based on folk melodies and popular art songs; published 1840 by Latte (Paris) as "Album d'un voyageur: 2me année (Suisse)"
156/7a
(*156/8)
(Allegro)
pf C major 1835–36 1st part of S.156/7b, S.156/7c (the three parts are one piece)
156/7b
(*156/9)
(Lento)
pf E minor–G major 1835–36 based on various unidentified folk/popular melodies; 2nd part of S.156/7a, S.156/7c (the three parts are one piece); themes used in S.160/8
156/7c
(*156/10)
(Allegro pastorale)
pf G major 1835–36 1st version of S.160/3; 3rd part of S.156/7a, S.156/7b (the three parts are one piece)
156/8a
(*156/11)
(Andante con sentimento)
pf G major 1835–36 based on a folk horn call and an unidentified Hungarian march; 1st part of S.156/8b, S.156/8c (the three parts are one piece)
156/8b
(*156/12)
(Andante molto espressivo)
pf G minor 1835–36 based on a melody by Ferdinand Huber; 2nd part of S.156/8a, S.156/8c (the three parts are one piece)
156/8c
(*156/13)
(Allegro moderato)
pf E major 1835–36 based on various unidentified folk songs including a (Polish) polonaise; 3rd part of S.156/8a, S.156/8b (the three parts are one piece)
156/9a
(*156/14)
(Allegretto)
pf A major 1835–36 1st part of S.156/9b, S.156/9c (the three parts are one piece)
156/9b
(*156/15)
(Allegretto)
pf D major 1835–36 based on a melody by Ferdinand Huber and on a folk horn call; 2nd part of S.156/9a, S.156/9c (the three parts are one piece)
156/9c
(*156/16)
(Andantino con molto sentimento)
pf G major 1835–36 based on an unidentified Hungarian folk/popular theme; 3rd part of S.156/9a, S.156/9b (the three parts are one piece)
156/10–12
(*156/17–19)
(*155a)
Album d'un voyageur
Vol.III: Paraphrases:
pf 1835–36 1st version of S.156a; originally published 1836 by Knop (Basle) as "Schweizerische Alpenklänge", Op.10 [18]; republished 1842 by Haslinger (Vienna) as "Album d'un voyageur: Book III"
156/10
(*156/17)
(*155a/1)
Ranz de vaches [de F. Huber] (Montée aux Alpes – Improvisata)
pf G major 1835–36 based on a Swiss art song by Ferdinand Huber; 1st version of S.156a/1; published Knop 1836 as "Improvisata sur le ranz de vaches: Départ pour les Alpes (Aufzug auf die Alp) de Ferd Huber"
156/11
(*156/18)
(*155a/2)
Un soir dans les montagnes [de Knop] (Nocturne pastorale)
pf C major 1835–36 based on a Swiss art song by Ernest Knop; 1st version of S.156a/2; published Knop 1836 as "Nocturne sur le Chant montagnard (Bergliedchen) d'Ernest Knop"
156/12
(*156/19)
(*155a/3)
Ranz de chèvres de F. Huber (Allegro finale)
pf 1835–36 based on a Swiss art song by Ferdinand Huber; 1st version of S.156a/3; published Knop 1836 as "Rondeau sur le Ranz de chèvre (Giessreihen) de Ferd Huber"
156a (3) Morceaux suisses: pf 1876 2nd version of S.156/10–12
156a/1
Ranz de vaches (Mélodie de Ferdinand Huber, avec variations)
pf 1876 2nd version of S.156/10
156a/2
Un soir dans la montagne (Mélodie d'Ernest Knop – Nocturne)
pf 1876 2nd version of S.156/11
156a/3
Ranz de chèvres (Mélodie de Ferdinand Huber – Rondeau)
pf 1876 2nd version of S.156/12
157 Fantaisie romantique sur deux mélodies suisses pf 1835–36 second theme used in S.160/8; published as Op.5 No.2
157a Sposalizio pf 1838–39 1st version of S.161/1
157b Il penseroso pf 1839 1st version of S.161/2
157c Canzonetta del Salvator Rosa pf 1838–39 1st version of S.161/3
158 (3) Sonetti di Petrarca: pf c1839? arr of S.270i
158/1
Sonetto CIV ("Pace non trovo")
pf c1839? arr of S.270i/1; 1st version of S.161/5
158/2
Sonetto XLVII ("Benedetto sia il giorno")
pf c1839? arr of S.270i/2; 1st version of S.161/4; later intended to be No.11 for S.171d
158/3
Sonetto CXXIII ("I' vidi in terra")
pf c1839? arr of S.270i/3; 1st version of S.161/6
158a Paralipomènes à la Divina Commedia (Fantaisie symphonique) pf 1839 opening from S.701e; 1st version of S.158b, S.158c, S.161/7
158b Prolégomènes à la Divina Commedia (Fantaisie symphonique) pf c1840 2nd version of S.158a, S.158c, S.161/7
158c Après une lecture du Dante (Fantasia quasi Sonata) pf c1848 3rd version of S.158a, S.158b, S.161/7
158d
(*158c)
Adagio (Dante Sonata Album-leaf) pf C major 1841 fragment (2nd subject) from S.158c; published 1988
159 Venezia e Napoli: pf c1840 1st version of S.162
159/1
(Lento) Chant du gondolier
pf C minor 1840 theme used in S.96i
159/2
(Allegro)
pf C major 1840 based on two unidentified folk themes
159/3
(Andante placido)
pf F major 1840 based on the popular song La biondina in gondoletta by Giovanni Battista Peruchini; 1st version of S.162/1
159/4
Tarantelles napolitaines
pf G minor 1840 based on a tarantella by Guillaume Louis Cottrau; 1st version of S.162/3
160 Années de pèlerinage
Vol.I: Première année: Suisse:
pf 1836–55
160/1
Chapelle de Guillaume Tell
pf C major 1848–54 2nd version of S.156/5
160/2
Au lac de Wallenstadt
pf A major 1848–54 2nd version of S.156/2a
160/3
Pastorale
pf E major 1848–54 2nd version of S.156/7c
160/4
Au bord d'une source
pf A major 1848–54 2nd version of S.156/2b, S.160/4a
160/4a
(*160/4bis)
Au bord d'une source
pf A major? 1863 3rd version of S.156/2b, S.160/4
160/5
Orage
pf C minor 1855
160/6
Vallée d'Obermann
pf E minor 1848–54 2nd version of S.156/4; arr for vn vc pf by Eduard Lassen and Liszt as S.378a
160/7
Eglogue
pf A major 1836
160/8
Le mal du pays (Heimweh)
pf E minor 1848–54 uses themes from S.156/7b, S.157
160/9
Les cloches de Genève (Nocturne)
pf B major 1848–54 2nd version of S.156/3
161 Années de pèlerinage
Vol.II: Deuxième année: Italie:
pf 1846–49
161/1
Sposalizio
pf 1849 2nd version of S.157a; arr alt fch org/harm as S.60
161/2
Il penseroso
pf C minor 1846–49 2nd version of S.157b; themes used in S.112/2
161/3
Canzonetta del Salvator Rosa
pf A major 1846 2nd version of S.157c
161/4
Sonetto 47 del Petrarca
pf 1846 2nd version of S.158/2
161/5
Sonetto 104 del Petrarca
pf 1846 2nd version of S.158/1
161/6
Sonetto 123 del Petrarca
pf 1846 2nd version of S.158/3
161/7
Après une lecture du Dante (Fantasia quasi Sonata).
pf 1849 4th version of S.158a, S.158b, S.158c
162 Années de pèlerinage
Vol.II: Deuxième année: Italie Supplément: Venezia e Napoli:
pf 1859 2nd version of S.159
162/1
Gondoliera. Canzone del Cavaliere Peruchini ("La biondina in gondoletta")
pf 1859 based on La biondina in gondoletta by Giovanni Battista Peruchini; 2nd version of S.159/3
162/2
Canzone ('Nessun maggior dolore")
pf E minor 1859 based on the theme of the Gondolier's song from Act III of Otello by Gioachino Rossini
162/3
Tarantella da Guillaume Louis Cottrau
pf G minor 1859 based on a tarantella by Guillaume Louis Cottrau; 2nd version of S.159/4
162a/i Den Schutz-Engeln (Angélus) pf 1877 There is a sketch under the main text. 1st version of S.162a/ii, S.162a/iii, S.162a/iv, S.162a/v, S.163/1. Arr for harm/org as S.672c/i
162a/ii Aux anges gardiens (Den Schutz-Engeln) pf 1877 2nd version of S.162a/i, S.162a/iii, S.162a/iv, S.162a/v, S.163/1. Arr for harm/org as S.672c/ii


162a/iii Angélus pf 1877 3rd version of S.162a/i, S.162a/ii, S.162a/iv, S.162a/v, S.163/1. Arr for harm/org as S.672c/iii
162a/iv Angélus! Prière à l'ange gardien pf 1880 4th version of S.162a/i, S.162a/ii, S.162a/iii, S.162a/v, S.163/1. Arr for harm/org as S.672c/iv. Arr for str orch as S.353a/i, S.353a/ii; arr for 2vn va vc db as S.378i, S.378ii.
162a/v Angelus! (Prière à l'ange gardien - Gebet an den Schutzengel) pf 1882 5th version of S.162a/i, S.162a/ii, S.162a/iii, S.162a/iv, S.163/1. Arr for harm/org as S.672c/v
162b Den Cypressen der Villa d'Este (Thrénodie) pf c1872 1st version of S.163/3
162b/1 Den Zypressen der Villa d'Este [I] pf 1877 1st sketch of S.163/3
162c/i
(*162c)
Sunt lacrymae rerum pf 1872 1st version of S.162c/ii, S.163/5
162c/ii
(*162d)
Sunt lacrymae rerum (in ungarischer Weise) pf 1877 2nd version of S.162c/i, S.163/5
162d
(*162e)
En mémoire de Maximilian I (Marche funèbre) pf 1867 1st version of S.163/6; see also S.704
162e
(*162f)
Postludium (Nachtspiel) (Sursum corda!) pf 1877 1st version of S.163/7
163 Années de pèlerinage
Vol.III: Troisième année:
pf 1877–82
163/1
Angelus! Prière aux anges gardiens
pf E major 1882 Sixth (final) version of S.162a/i, S.162a/ii, S.162a/iii, S.162a/iv, S.162a/v; arr for 2vn va vc (db) as S.378i, arr for 2vn va vc db as S.378ii
163/2
Aux cyprès de la Villa d'Este (Thrénodie I)
pf 1877
163/3
Aux cyprès de la Villa d'Este (Thrénodie II)
pf E minor 1877 2nd version of S.162b
163/4
Les jeux d'eaux à la Villa d'Este
pf F major 1877
163/5
Sunt lacrymae rerum, en mode hongrois
pf 1882 3rd version of S.162c/i, S.162c/ii
163/6
Marche funèbre
pf 1867 2nd version of S.162d; see also S.704
163/7
Sursum corda (Erhebet eure Herzen)
pf E major 1877 2nd version of S.162e
163a–167t
Album-leaves[edit]
[INDEX↑]
163a 2 Album-Leaves from 1828: pf 1828
163a/1
Album-Leaf (Allegro vivace quasi presto)
pf F minor 1828 earliest-known sketch for S.125
163a/2
(*163a)
Album-leaf ("Andantino pour Emile et Charlotte Loudon")
pf E major 1828
163b Album-Leaf ("Ah! vous dirai-je, Maman") pf A major 1833
163c Album-Leaf ("Pressburg") pf C minor 1839
163d/i
(*163d)
Album-Leaf ("Leipzig") pf E major 1840 1st version of S.163d/ii
163d/ii Album-Leaf ("Andantino in E major") ("Valse mélancolique") pf E major c1840 2nd version of S.163d/i
163e Album-Leaf ("Quasi Mazurek in C major") pf C major 1843
163h Album-Leaf ("Paris") pf 1842
163n Album-Leaf ("Magdeburg") pf A major 1844 based on S.212i
163o Album-Leaf ("Frankfurt") pf A major 1842 based on S.212i
164 Albumblatt (Feuille d'album No.1) pf E major 1840 based on S.210
164a Album-Leaf ("Vienna") pf E major 1840
164b Album-Leaf ("Leipzig") pf E major 1840
164c Album-Leaf ("Exeter Preludio") pf 1840
164d Album-Leaf ("Detmold") pf E major 1841
164e 3 Album Leaves ("Magyar"): pf 1840–41
164e/1
(*164e)
Album-Leaf ("Magyar")
pf 1840 themes used in S.242/10
164e/2
Album-Leaf ("Magyar")
pf B minor 1840 themes used in S.242/11, S.244/3; written for Ignaz Moscheles
164e/3
Album-Leaf ("Magyar")
pf D major 1841 themes used in S.244/6
164f Album-Leaf ("Rákóczi-Marsch") pf A minor 1841 2nd version of S.242a (based on)
164g Album-Leaf ("Berlin Preludio") pf C major 1842
164h Album-Leaf pf D major 1840–45?
164j Album-Leaf ("Preludio") pf 1842
164k Album-Leaf ("Moderato in D major") ("La sonnambula") pf D major 1842
164l Album-Leaf ("Adagio — religioso in C major") pf C major 1825
164p Album-Leaf ("Andantino") pf E major based on S.242/7
165 Feuilles d'album pf A major 1844
165a
(*171b)
Album-Leaf ("Consolation 1") pf E major 1849–50
165b Album-Leaf ("Osnabrück") pf F major 1841
165c Album-Leaf ("Preludio") pf 1841
165d Album-Leaf ("Orpheus") pf
165e Album-Leaf ("Dante-Symphony") pf F major 1858 Piano arrangement of excerpt from S.109
166 Albumblatt in Walzerform pf A major 1842
166a Album-Leaf pf E major 1843
166b Album-Leaf ("Portugal") pf A major 1845 Draft of theme to S.170, see also S.152a, S.166c, S.171d/4, S.189a, S.189b
166c Album-Leaf pf A major 1845 Draft of theme to S.170, see also S.152a, S.166b, S.171d/4, S.189a, S.189b
166d Album-Leaf ("Lyon Prélude") pf 1844
166e
(*727)
Album-Leaf ("Prélude Omnitonique") pf 1844
166f/1

(*166f)

Album-Leaf ("Braunschweig Prélude") pf F major 1844
166f/2 Album-Leaf ("Preludio") pf F major 1844
166f/3 Album-Leaf pf F major c1840
166f/4 Album-Leaf ("Preludio") pf F major 1844
166g/1

(*166g)

Album-Leaf ("Serenade") pf A minor 1840
166g/2 Album-Leaf pf A minor 1840s?
166h Album-Leaf ("Andante religioso in G major") pf G major 1846 Quotation with minor and slight differences to S.154; Alternate score of S.166j
166j Album-Leaf ("Andante religiosamente in G major") pf G major 1846 Alternate score of S.166h
166k Album-Leaf ("Friska") pf A major 1845–49?
166l 2 Album-Leaves from the 1840s: pf 1840s?
166l/1
(*166l)
Album-Leaf ("Andante con moto")
pf A major c1840s
166l/2
Album-Leaf ("Weimar III")
pf G minor 1840s?
166m Albumblätter für Prinzessin Marie von Sayn-Wittgenstein: pf 1847 based on Polish themes [19]; see also S.249
166m/1
Lilie (Andantino)
pf C major 1847
166m/2
Hryc
pf 1847
166m/3
Mazurek: Gdy w czystem polu (Mazurka: When on the Clean Earth)
pf A major 1847
166m/4
Krakowiak
pf F major 1847
166n Album-Leaf ("Freudvoll und leidvoll") pf 1847 partial arr of S.280 [20]
166o Album-Leaf ("Langsam in C minor") pf C minor 1876 uses themes from S.139/11
166p Album-Leaf ("Andantino in A major") pf A major 1847
166q Album-Leaf pf G major 1847
166r 2 Album Leaves ("Purgatorio"): pf 1857?
166r/1
Album-Leaf ("Purgatorio")
pf B minor 1857
166r/2
Album-Leaf ("Aus dem Purgatorio des Dante Sinfonie")
pf B minor 1857?
166s Album-Leaf pf A major 1870
166t
(*166/2a)
Album-Leaf ("B.A.C.H Fragment") pf ? arr of opening bars of S.260i or S.260ii; sketch for S.529i or S.529ii
166u Album-Leaf ("Fragment d’étude, d’après Paganini") pf E major 1838 based on S.140/2
166v Album-Leaf ("Molique") pf A major 1840s
166w/1 Album-Leaf ("Lyon") pf A major 1820s?
166w/2 Album-Leaf ("Requiem") pf F minor 1820s?
166w/3 Album-Leaf ("Agitato") pf C minor 1820s?
166x Album-Leaf ("12 Einleitungstakte zur Harmonie poétique: Bénédiction de Dieu dans la solitude") pf F major 1883 Twelve bar introduction for S.173/4
166y/1 Album-Leaf ("Paganini-Etude No. 6 Introduction") pf A minor 1884 For S.141/6
166y/2
(*141/6bis)
Album-Leaf ("Introduction à la Grande Étude de Paganini No. 6") pf A minor 1884 For S.141/6
166z Album-Leaf pf Based on S.155/1
*167
(534ii/a)
Feuille d'album No.2
*167a
(571a)
Album-Leaf ("Ruhig") (Einleitung und Schlußtakte zu Tausigs dritter Valse-Caprice)
167b Miniatur Lieder pf 1840–49 unpublished; score inaccessible (in private collection?)
167c
(*747)
Album-Leaf ("Poco adagio aus der Graner Messe") pf 1860s? arr of the Agnus Dei from S.9ii
167d Album-Leaf ("Orpheus") pf 1860 arr of extract from S.98
167e Album-Leaf ("Die Ideale") pf 1861 arr of extract from S.106
167f Album-Leaf ("Dante Symphony progression") pf G major 1860? based on material from S.109
167g Album-Leaf ("Vivace ma non troppo in D major") pf D major 1835
167h Album-Leaf pf 1860–69?
167j Album-Leaf ("Fugue Chromatique – Allegro in G minor") pf G minor 1844
167k/1 Album-Leaf ("Grand Galop chromatique") pf E major 1840 based on S.219.
167k/2 Album-Leaf ("Grand Galop chromatique") pf E major c1840s Very short excerpt of the beginning of S.219.
167k/3 Album-Leaf ("Grand Galop chromatique") pf E major 1841 based on S.219.
167k/4 Album-Leaf ("Grand Galop chromatique") pf E major 1841 based on S.219.
167l/1 Album-Leaf ("Agitato in G major") pf G major 1849 based on S.576b, S.577i, S.577i/a, S.577ii.
167l/2 Album-Leaf ("Agitato in G major") pf G major 1842 based on S.576b, S.577i, S.577i/a, S.577ii.
167m Album-Leaf ("Aus den [Erster] Mephisto-Walzer, Episode aus Lenaus Faust – Der Tanz in der Dorfschenke") pf 1859 or later possibly intended for S.216, S.216b, S.514, or S.515?
167n Album-Leaf ("Allegretto in A major") pf A major 1842
167o Album-Leaf ("Tempo di marcia in E major") pf E major 1845 themes used in S.227
167p Album-Leaf ("Larghetto in D major") pf D major 1883 on a Henselt Concerto
167q Album-Leaf ("Schlusschor des entfesselten Prometheus – Andante solenne in D major") pf D major 1883
167r Album-Leaf ("Andante in E major") pf E major 1850s
167s Album-Leaf ("Lyon") pf C major 1839
167t Album-Leaf pf E major 1853 based on S.173/10
167u Album-Leaf pf
167v Album-Leaf ("Berlin II") pf B major 1842 Uses chord progression from S.158a
167w Album-Leaf pf
167x Album-Leaf pf D major
167y Album-Leaf ("Theme for Rudolf Viole") pf
167z/1 Album-Leaf ("Petőfi szellemenek") pf E minor
167z/2 Album-Leaf ("Magyar Kiraly-dal") pf E minor
168–174
Pieces from the Weimar period[edit]
[INDEX↑]
168i Élégie sur des motifs du Prince Louis Ferdinand de Prusse pf A major 1842 1st version of S.168ii; later intended to be No.4 for S.171d
168ii Élégie sur des motifs du Prince Louis Ferdinand de Prusse pf A major 1851 2nd version of S.168i
168a Andante amoroso pf 1847? from S.395?
168b Pensées (Nocturne) pf A major 1845
169 Romance "O pourquoi donc" pf E minor 1848 based on S.301a; rev as S.526a
170 Ballade No.1 "Le chant du croisé" (Première Ballade) pf D major 1845–48 uses themes from S.189b; 2nd version of S.171d/4
170a Ballade No.2 pf B minor c1853 1st (draft) version of S.171
171 Ballade No.2 (Deuxième Ballade) pf B minor 1853 2nd version of S.170a
171a Consolations (Madrigal): pf 1844–48 1st version of S.172
171a/1
(Andante con moto)
pf E major 1844–48 1st version of S.172/1
171a/2
(Un poco più mosso)
pf E major 1844–48 1st version of S.172/2
171a/3
(Lento, quasi recitativo)
pf E major 1844–48 theme used in S.242/23
171a/4
(Quasi adagio; cantabile con devozione)
pf D major 1844–48 1st version of S.172/4
171a/5
(Andantino)
pf E major 1844–48 1st version of S.172/5
171a/6
(Allegretto)
pf E major 1844–48 1st version of S.172/6
171b Madrigal pf E major 1845 Earliest draft of S.172/5
171c Prière d'un enfant à son réveil pf 1840 1st version of S.172a/7, S.173/6; arr (set) for fch pf/harm (+hp) as S.19i; later intended to be No.9 for S.171d
171d (8) Harmonies poétiques et religieuses ("Préludes et Harmonies poétiques et religieuses"): pf 1845–46 1st version of S.172a, S.173 [21]; for pieces intended to be included and their order in the final proposed set, see notes under individual titles and see S.158/2, S.168i, S.171c, S.473i
171d/1
(*171/d)
Nancy (Prélude)
pf E major 1845/11/16 1st version of S.172a/11 and S.173/3; intended to be No.2 for S.171d
171d/2
Langueur?
pf C minor 1845/11/20 intended to be No.3 for S.171d
171d/3
(Appassionato)
pf E major 1845/12/4
171d/4
— Dernière illusion (?) (Disjecti membra poetae)
pf D major 1845 (and later?) [22] uses themes from S.189b; 2nd theme used in S.172/6; 1st version of S.170; unfinished, final cadence by Leslie Howard; intended to be No.8 for S.171d
171d/5
[untitled]
pf G major 1845/12/6 intended to be No.10 for S.171d
171d/6
Attente
pf A major 1845–46 unfinished, coda by Leslie Howard
171d/7
Alternative
pf E major 1845–46 possibly intended as an "alternative" for No.6
171d/8
M. K. (Andante)
pf D major 1845–46 the title is the initials for Marie Kalergis; 1st version of S.540a, S.541/2; incomplete sketch, completed by Leslie Howard; intended to be No.6 for S.171d
171e
(*695a)
Litanies de Marie pf E major 1846–47 1st version of S.172a/4
172 (6) Consolations (Pensées poétiques): pf 1849–50 2nd version of S.171a
172/1
(Andante con moto)
pf E major 1849–50 2nd version of S.171a/1; arr for vc pf/org/harm by Liszt and Jules Deswert as S.382a/1
172/2
(Un poco più mosso)
pf E major 1849–50 2nd version of S.171a/2
172/3
(Lento placido)
pf D major 1849–50 arr for org/harm as S.672d/1
172/4
(Quasi Adagio)
pf D major 1849–50 2nd version of S.171a/4; arr for org/harm by Liszt and Alexander Wilhelm Gottschalg as S.672d/2, for vc pf/org/harm by Liszt and Jules Deswert as S.382a/2
172/5
(Andantino)
pf E major 1849–50 2nd version of S.171a/5; arr for org/harm by Liszt and Alexander Wilhelm Gottschalg as S.672d/3
172/6
(Allegretto sempre cantabile)
pf E major 1849–50 new coda uses theme from S.171d/4; 2nd version of S.171a/6; arr for org/harm as S.672d/4
172a (12) Harmonies poétiques et religieuses: pf 1847–48 2nd version of S.171d, S.173 [23]
172a/1
(*172c)
(*173b)
Élevez-vous, voix de mon âme (Invocation)
pf E major 1847 1st version of S.173/1
172a/2
(*173a/1)
Hymne de la nuit
pf E major 1847
172a/3
(*173a/2)
Hymne du matin
pf B major 1847
172a/4
Litanies de Marie
pf E major 1847 2nd version of S.171e
172a/5
Miserere
pf E minor 1847 1st version of S.173/8
172a/6
Pater noster, d'après la Psalmodie de l'Église
pf C major 1847 arr of S.21i; 1st version of S.173/5
172a/7
Hymne de l'enfant à son réveil
pf A major 1847 2nd version of S.171c, S.173/6
172a/8
Prose des morts (De profundis)
pf 1847 3rd version of S.154i, S.154ii, S.173/4
172a/9
La lampe du temple
pf G minor 1847 1st version of S.173/9
172a/10
(Hymne)
pf E major 1847
172a/11
(Bénédiction) (Prélude)
pf E major 1847 2nd version of S.171d/1 and S.173/3
172a/12
Ave Maria
pf 1847 arr of 20i; 1st version of S.173/2; lost
*172b
(552c)
Stabat mater
*172c
(172a/1)
Invocation
173 (10) Harmonies poétiques et religieuses: pf 1840–52 3rd version of S.171d, S.172a
173/1
Invocation
pf E major 1840–52 2nd version of S.172a/1
173/2
Ave Maria
pf B major 1840 2nd version of S.172a/12
173/3
Bénédiction de Dieu dans la solitude
pf F major 1851 3rd version of S.171d/1 and S.172a/11
173/4
Pensée des morts
pf 1851 4th version of S.154i, S.154ii, S.172a/8; themes used in S.16i
173/5
Pater noster
pf C major 1847 2nd version of S.172a/6
173/6
Hymne de l'enfant à son réveil
pf A major 1847 3rd version of S.171c, S.172a/7
173/7
Funérailles (Octobre 1849)
pf F minor 1849 2nd version of S.226a
173/8
Miserere d'après Palestrina
pf E minor 1851 2nd version of S.172a/5
173/9
Andante lagrimoso
pf G minor 1851 2nd version of S.172a/9
173/10
Cantique d'amour
pf E major 1847
173a
(172a/2–3)
2 Hymnes:
*173a/1
(172a/2)
Hymne de la nuit
*173a/2
(172a/3)
Hymne du matin
*173b
(172a/1)
Invocation
174i
(*174)
Berceuse pf D major 1854 1st version of S.174ii
174ii Berceuse pf D major 1863 2nd version of S.174i
175–181
Large-scale works[edit]
[INDEX↑]
175 2 Légendes: pf 1863
175/1
St François d'Assise: la prédication aux oiseaux
pf A major 1862–63 arr for orch as S.113a/1
175/2
St François de Paule: marchant sur les flots
pf E major 1862–63 simplified version as S.175/2a; arr for orch as S.113a/2, for 2ten 2bass mch org/harm (+3 tbn timp) as S.28
175/2a
(*175/2bis)
St François de Paule, marchant sur les flots
pf E major? 1863 simplified version of S.175/2
175a Grand solo de concert pf E minor? 1850 1st version of S.176; unpublished
176 Grosses Konzertsolo pf E minor 1849–50 2nd version of S.175a; arr for 2pf as S.258i, for pf orch as S.365
176a Wilde Jagd – Scherzo pf D minor/B major 1851 1st version of S.177
177 Scherzo und Marsch pf D minor and B major 1851 2nd version of S.176a
178 Piano Sonata pf B minor 1852–53
179 Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen (Präludium nach Joh. Seb. Bach) pf F minor 1859 based on the basso continuo of the 1st mvt (Sinfonia) of the cantata Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen, BWV 12 by Johann Sebastian Bach; theme (the Bach b.c.) and some fragments used in S.180
180 Variationen über das Motiv von Bach (basso continuo des erster Satzes seiner Kantate Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen und des Crucifixus der h-Moll Messe) pf F minor 1862 uses same theme and some fragments from S.179; the Theme of the Variations is the basso continuo of the 1st mvt ("Sinfonia") of the Cantata Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen, BWV 12 by Johann Sebastian Bach; the "Choral" at the end of the Variations is an adaptation of the 1st section of the 2nd mvt ("1st chorus") of the same Cantata [24]; arr for org as S.673, for orch as S.354a
181 Sarabande und Chaconne aus dem Singspiel Almira pf G minor 1879 after extracts from the Singspiel Almira by George Frideric Handel
182–208
Later character pieces[edit]
[INDEX↑]
182 Ave Maria (Die Glocken von Rom) pf E major 1862 also known as Ave Maria für die große Klavierschule von Lebert und Stark
182a Magnificat pf F major 1862 arr of Alleluja from S.4i; also uses themes from S.109; 1st version of S.183/1; unpublished
183 Alleluja et Ave Maria: pf F major 1862
183/1
Alleluja
pf F major 1862 2nd version of S.182a
183/2
Ave Maria (d'Arcadelt)
pf F major 1862 based on Pierre-Louis Dietsch's adaptation of a madrigal by Jacques Arcadelt; arr for org/harm as S.659
184 Urbi et Orbi (Bénédiction papale) pf C minor 1864
185 Vexilla regis prodeunt (Kreuzes Hymne) pf 1864 arr for orch as S.355
185a Weihnachtsbaum: pf 1873–74 1st version ("Paris manuscripts") of S.186; arr for pf4h as S.612a
185a/1
Psallite (Altes Weihnachten)
pf F major 1873–74 1st version of S.186/1; arr for pf4h as S.612a/1
185a/2
O heilige Nacht!
pf D minor 1873–74 1st version of S.186/2; arr for pf4h as S.612a/2
185a/3
Die Hirten an der Krippe ("In dulci jubilo")
pf D major 1873–74 1st version of S.186/3; arr for pf4h as S.612a/3
185a/4
Adeste fideles (gleichsam als Marsch der heiligen drei Konige)
pf A major 1873–74 1st version of S.186/4; arr for pf4h as S.612a/4
185a/5
Scherzoso
pf F major 1873–74 1st version of S.186/5; arr for pf4h as S.612a/5
185a/6
Reveille-Matin (Wecker)
pf 1873–74 1st version of S.186/6; arr for pf4h as S.612a/6
185a/7
Schlummerlied
pf F major 1873–74 1st version of S.186/7, S.186/7a; arr for pf4h as S.612a/7
185a/8
(Alt-provenzalisches Noel)
pf B minor 1873–74 1st version of S.186/8; arr for pf4h as S.612a/8
185a/9
(Abendglocken)
pf 1873–74 1st version of S.186/9; arr for pf4h as S.612a/9
185a/10
(Ehemals)
pf F minor 1873–74 1st version of S.186/10; arr for pf4h as S.612a/10
185a/11
Ungarisch
pf F minor 1873–74 1st version of S.186/11; arr for pf4h as S.612a/11
185a/12
Polnisch
pf B minor 1873–74 1st version of S.186/12; arr for pf4h as S.612a/12
186 Weihnachtsbaum: pf 1874–76 2nd version of S.185a; arr for pf4h as S.613
186/1
Altes Weihnachtslied (Psalite)
pf F major 1874–76 2nd version of S.185a/1; arr for pf4h as S.613/1
186/2
O heilige Nacht!
pf D minor 1874–76 2nd version of S.185a/2; arr for pf4h as S.613/2; rev for ten fch org/harm as S.49
186/3
Die Hirten an der Krippe ("In dulci jubilo")
pf D major 1874–76 2nd version of S.185a/3; arr for pf4h as S.613/3
186/4
Adeste fideles (Gleichsam als Marsch der heiligen drei Könige)
pf A major 1874–76 2nd version of S.185a/4; arr for pf4h as S.613/4
186/5
Scherzoso (Man zündet die Kerzen des Baumes an)
pf F major 1874–76 2nd version of S.185a/5; arr for pf4h as S.613/5
186/6
Carillon
pf 1874–76 2nd version of S.185a/6; arr for pf4h as S.613/6
186/7
Schlummerlied
pf F major 1874–76 2nd version of S.185a/7, S.186/7a; arr for pf4h as S.613/7
186/7a
Schlummerlied
pf F major? 1882 3rd version of S.185a/7, S.186/7; version for Lachmund
186/8
Altes provenzalisches Weihnachtslied
pf B minor 1874–76 2nd version of S.185a/8; arr for pf4h as S.613/8
186/9
Abendglocken
pf 1874–76 2nd version of S.185a/9; arr for pf4h as S.613/9
186/10
Ehemals
pf F minor 1874–76 2nd version of S.185a/10; arr for pf4h as S.613/ 10
186/11
Ungarisch
pf F minor 1874–76 2nd version of S.185a/11; arr for pf4h as S.613/11
186/12
Polnisch
pf B minor 1874–76 2nd version of S.185a/12; arr for pf4h as S.613/12
187 Sancta Dorothea pf E major 1877
187a/i
(*187a)
(*263)
Resignazione pf/org E major c1877 1st version of S.187ii
187a/ii
(*187b)
Resignazione (Ergebung) pf/org E major 1877 2nd version of S.187i
188 In festo transfigurationis Domini nostri Jesu Christi pf C major 1880
189 Album-leaf ("Sans mesure") [Klavierstück in A-flat major (No.1)] pf A major 1865 manuscript dated May 1865; published Dec 1935
189a Album-leaf ("Ballade No.1 in A-flat") [Klavierstück in A-flat major No.2] pf A major 1845 or earlier? 1st version of S.189b; same as S.152a?
189b Album-leaf ("Ballade No.1") [Klavierstück (No.2) in D-flat major] pf D major 1845 or later? 2nd version of S.189a; themes used in S.170, S.171d/4
190 Un portrait en musique de la Marquise de Blocqueville: pf 1869
190/1
(Tempo rubato)
pf 1835 by Henri Herz, composed 1835
190/2
(Lento e religioso)
pf 1868 by Francis Planté, composed 1868
190/3
(Même mouvement mais avec incertitude)
pf 1869 by Liszt, composed 1869 based on the first two pieces
191 Impromptu pf F major 1872
192 (5) Klavierstücke (Album-Leaves for Olga von Meyendorff): pf 1865–79
192/1
(Sehr langsam)
pf E major 1865
192/2
(Lento assai)
pf A major 1865 uses theme from S.541/2
192/3
(Sehr langsam)
pf F major 1873
192/4
(Andantino)
pf F major 1876
192/5
(*728)
Sospiri! (Andante)
pf 1879
*192a
(540a)
Gestorben war ich
193 Klavierstück pf F major 1854
194 Mosonyis Grabgeleit (Mosonyi gyázmenete) pf 1870 re-used as S.205/7; arr for 2pf as S.756
195
(*730)
Dem Andenken Petöfis pf 1877 based on S.349; re-used as S.205/6, S.205a/6; arr for pf4h as S.614
195a Schlummerlied im Grabe pf 1874 1st version of S.196
196 Première élégie (Elegy No.1) pf 1874 2nd version of S.195a; arr for pf4h as S.612, for vc hp pf harm as S.130i, for vc pf as S.130ii, for vn pf (+harm) as S.130iii
196a Entwurf der Ramann-Elegie pf 1877 1st (draft) version of S.197; fragments of sketches (reconstructed by Liszt's pupil August Göllerich); composed for Liszt's biographer Lina Ramann
197 Zweite Elegie (Elegy No.2) pf 1877 2nd version of S.196a; arr for vc pf as S.131i, for vn pf as S.131ii
197a Toccata pf C major 1879?
197b Kaiser Wilhelm! pf 1876
*197c
(389a)
Cadenza for the first movement of Beethoven's C minor piano concerto [g]
198 Wiegenlied (Chant du berceau) pf 1881
199 Trübe Wolken (Nuages gris) pf 1881
199a/i
(*199a)
Die Trauer-Gondel (La Lugubre Gondola) pf 1882 in 4/4, written Dec.1882, published 2002; 1st version of S.199a/ii, S.200i, S.200ii; incomplete sketch as S.701k
199a/ii Die Trauer-Gondel (La Lugubre Gondola) pf 1883 in 4/4, written Jan.1883, published 2002; 2nd version of S.199a/i, S.200i, S.200ii; incomplete sketch as S.701k
200i La lugubre gondola pf c1884–85 in 6/8, published 1927 as "La lugubre gondola I"; 4th version of S.199a/i, S.199a/ii, S.200ii
200ii La Lugubre Gondola pf 1883 in 4/4, written Jan.1883, published 1885, published 1927 as "La lugubre gondola II"; 3rd version of S.199a/i, S.199a/ii, S.200i; arr for vc pf as S.134i, for vn pf as S.134ii
201 R.W. – Venezia pf 1883
202 Am Grabe Richard Wagners pf 1883 arr of S.135
203 Schlaflos! Frage und Antwort pf 1883
204 Receuillement pf 1877
205 Historische ungarische Bildnisse: pf 1885 1st version of S.205a
205/1
Stephan Széchenyi
pf 1885 re-used as S.205a/1
205/2
Joseph Eötvös
pf 1885 re-used as S.205a/4
205/3
Michael Vörösmarty
pf 1885 re-used as S.205a/5
205/4
Ladislaus Teleki
pf 1885 re-used as S.205a/3
205/5
Franz Deák
pf 1885 re-used as S.205a/2
205/6
Alexander Petofi
pf 1885 re-used from S.195; re-used as S.205a/6
205/7
Michael Mosonyi
pf 1885 re-used from S.194; 1st version of S.205a/7
205a Historische ungarische Bildnisse: pf 1885 2nd version of S.205
205a/1
Széchenyi István
pf 1885 re-used from S.205/1
205a/2
Deák Ferenc
pf 1885 re-used from S.205/5
205a/3
Teleki László
pf 1885 re-used from S.205/4
205a/4
Eötvös József
pf 1885 re-used from S.205/2
205a/5
Vörösmarty Mihály
pf 1885 re-used from S.205/3
205a/6
Petofi Sándor
pf 1885 re-used from S.195, S.205/6
205a/7
Mosonyi Mihály
pf 1885 2nd version of S.205/7
205b Preludio funebre pf 1885 The MS is dated Budapest April 1885. The music was slightly extended later in the same year to become the first section of the Trauervorspiel und Trauermarsch, S.206[25]
206 Trauervorspiel und Trauermarsch: pf 1885
206/1
Preludio funebre
pf 1885
206/2
Marcia funebre
pf 1885 based on a theme from Funeral Music for István Széchenyi by Mihály Mosonyi
207 En rêve (Nocturne) pf 1885
207a
(*256)
Prélude à la Polka d'Alexandre Porfiryevitch Borodine (Variation sur le thème favori et obligé) pf 1880 an introduction for Alexander Borodin's variation on the "Coteletten Polka" (Tati-tati) for the album Paraphrases: 24 Variations et 15 petits pièces sur le thème favori et obligé
208 Unstern (Sinistre) pf 1881
208a–233b
Works in dance forms[edit]
[INDEX↑]
208a–216b
208a Waltz (Waltz aus dem Ballet Die Amazonen) pf A major 1823-1825 Piano arrangement of S.126b/2 (Theme from the ballet Die Amazonen by Robert von Gallenberg)
209 Grande valse di bravura (Le bal de Berne) pf 1836 1st version of S.214/1; themes used in S.209a; arr for pf4h S.615
209a Waltz pf E major 1840 uses themes from S.209
210
(*731)
Valse mélancolique pf E major 1839 1st version of S.210a, S.214/2
210a Valse mélancolique pf E major c1840? 2nd version of S.210, S.214/2
210b Valse pf A major 1830s
211 Ländler pf A major 1843
211a
(*734)
Ländler pf D major 1879
212i Petite valse favorite (Souvenir de St Pétersbourg) pf 1842 1st version of S.212ii, S.213i, S.213ii, S.213iii
212ii
(*222)
Petite valse favorite (Albumblatt an Madame Kalergis) pf 1843 2nd (expanded) version of S.212i, S.213i, S.213ii, S.213iii [26]
212a Valse de Marie (Mariotte) (Album-leaf for Marie d'Agoult) pf 1842 name=S212}}
213i
(*213)
Valse-Impromptu pf 1842–52 3rd version of S.212i, S.212ii, S.213ii, S.213iii [b]
213ii
(*213bis)
Valse-Impromptu pf 1870s? 4th (édition facilitée) version of S.212i, S.212ii, S.213i, S.213iii [b]
213iii
(*213a)
Valse-Impromptu pf c1880 5th version of S.212i, S.212ii, S.213i, S.213ii, with additions for Liszt's pupils [b]
214 (3) Caprices-Valses: pf 1850–52
214/1
Valse de bravoure
pf B major 1850–52 2nd version of S.209
214/2
Valse mélancolique
pf E major 1850 3rd version of S.210, S.210a
214/3
Valse de concert sur deux motifs de "Lucia" et "Parisina" de Donizetti
pf A major 1850–52 2nd version of S.401; using themes from Parisina and Lucia di Lammermoor by Gaetano Donizetti
214a Carrousel de Madame Pelet-Narbonne pf 1879?
215 (4) Valses oubliées: pf 1881–84
215/1
Valse oubliée No.1
pf F major 1881
215/2
Valse oubliée No.2
pf A major 1883
215/3
Valse oubliée No.3
pf 1883 1st version of S.215/3a
215/3a
Valse oubliée No.3
pf 1883? 2nd version of S.215/3
215/4
(*732)
Valse oubliée No.4
pf 1884
215a Mephisto Waltz No.3 pf 1883 1st (draft) version of S.216
216 Mephisto Waltz No.3 pf 1883 2nd version of S.215a; arr for pf4h as S.615a
216a Bagatelle sans tonalité pf c1885 manuscript entitled "4th Mephisto Waltz", but no relation to S.216b or S.696
216b Mephisto Waltz No.4 pf 1885 1st (complete) version of S.696
217
Polkas[edit]
[INDEX↑]
217i
(*217)
Mephisto Polka pf 1883 ossia version as S.217ii
217ii Mephisto Polka pf 1883 ossia version of S.217i
218–220
Galops[edit]
[INDEX↑]
218 Galop pf A minor 1846
219 Grand galop chromatique pf E major 1838 1st version of S.219a; arr for pf4h as S.616
219a
(*219bis)
Grand galop chromatique pf E major 1840? 2nd (simplified) version of S.219; theme used in S.220 [27]
220 Galop de bal pf 1840
221–222
Mazurkas[edit]
[INDEX↑]
221 Mazurka brillante pf 1850
221a Mazurka pf F minor 1863 now believed to be spurious
*222
(212ii)
Albumblatt an Madame Kalergis
223
Polonaises[edit]
[INDEX↑]
223 (2) Polonaises: pf 1850–51
223/1
Polonaise mélancolique
pf C minor 1850–51
223/2
Polonaise
pf E major 1850–51
224–225
Csárdás[edit]
[INDEX↑]
224 Csárdás macabre pf 1881–82 arr for pf4h as S.617
225 2 Csárdás: pf 1884
225/1
Csárdás
pf 1884
225/2
Csárdás obstinée (Hartnäckiger Csardas)
pf 1884 arr for pf4h as S.618
226–233b
Marches[edit]
[INDEX↑]
226 Festvorspiel (Preludio pomposo) pf 1856 arr for orch as S.356
226a
(*153a)
(*745)
Marche funèbre pf G minor 1827 1st version of S.173/7
227 Fest-marsch zur Säcular-feier von Goethe's Geburtstag am 28t Aug 1849 in Weimar (Festmarsch zur Säkularfeier von Goethes Geburtstag) (Goethe-Festmarsch) pf E major 1849 uses themes from S.167o; 1st version of S.521i, S.521ii; arr for orch by Liszt and August Conradi as S.115i, for orch by Liszt and Joachim Raff as S.115ii
228i
(*227a)
Huldigungsmarsch pf C major 1853 1st version of S.228ii; arr for orch by Liszt and Joachim Raff as S.357i
228ii
(*228)
Huldigungsmarsch pf C major 1853–58 2nd version of S.228i; Trio section uses theme of S.313
229 Vom Fels zum Meer! (Deutscher Siegesmarsch) pf E major 1853–56 arr for pf4h as S.618a, for orch as S.368
229a Ungarischer Marsch pf B major 1859 unpublished
230 Bülow-Marsch pf 1883 arr for pf4h as S.619, for 2pf 8-hands as S.657b
230a
(*528)
Festpolonaise pf 1876 arr for pf4h as S.619a
231 Heroischer Marsch in ungarischem Styl (Marche héroïque dans le genre hongrois) [Première marche hongroise] pf A minor 1840 arr for orch as S.358a, for pf orch as S.713f
232 Seconde marche hongroise (Ungarischer Sturmmarsch) pf 1843 1st version of S.524; arr for orch as S.358b
233 Ungarischer Geschwindmarsch (Magyar Gyors induló) pf 1870–71 possibly 1st version of S.460
233a Siegesmarsch (Marche triomphale) pf E major 1884
233b
(*733)
Marche hongroise pf E minor 1844
233c–254
Works on national themes[edit]
[INDEX↑]
233c
Austrian[edit]
[INDEX↑]
233c
(*385a)
Tyrolean Melody pf G major 1826? based on the same folk song as used by Daniel Auber in his opera La fiancée and arr by Liszt in his Fantaisie on that opera S.385i
234
Czech[edit]
[INDEX↑]
234 Hussitenlied (Aus dem 15. Jahrhundert) pf 1840 based on the song Těšme se blahou nadějć by Josef Theodor Krov [28]; arr for pf4h as S.620
235
English[edit]
[INDEX↑]
235 God Save the Queen (Paraphrase de concert) pf 1841 based on S.694
236–239
French[edit]
[INDEX↑]
236 Faribolo Pastour et la Chanson du Béarn pf 1844
236/1
Faribolo Pastour (Chanson tirée du Poème de Françonnetto de Jasmin)
pf 1844 based on the song taken from the poem Françouneto by Jacques Jasmin
236/2
Pastorale du Béarn (Chanson du Béarn)
pf 1844 based on the Béarnaise folksong La haût sus las mountagnes by René de Galard de Béarn, Marquis de Brassac
237 La Marseillaise (Chant de guerre par Claude-Joseph Rouget de Lisle) pf 1866–72 after the French national anthem La Marseillaise by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle
238 La cloche sonne pf C minor 1850? based on an old French song, with a draft manuscript sans dynamics, articulations etc
239 Vive Henri IV pf 1879–80 based on the French anthem Marche de Henri IV by Jehan Tabourot
240
German[edit]
[INDEX↑]
240i
(*240)
Gaudeamus igitur (Chanson des étudiants) (Paraphrase) pf 1843 based on a traditional student song; 1st version of S.240ii
240ii Gaudeamus igitur (Chanson des étudiants) (Paraphrase) pf 1853 2nd version of S.240i
241–246
Hungarian[edit]
[INDEX↑]
241 Zum Andenken ((2) Ungarische Werbungstänze)
(2 Hungarian Recruiting Dances):
pf 1828
241/1
Kiniszi notája
pf 1828 based on a dance by László Fáy
241/2
Lassú magyar
pf 1828 based on a dance by János Bihari
241a (18) Ungarischer Romanzero (Hungarian Romances)
(Hungarian Songbook):
pf 1853 based on popular Hungarian songs; by Liszt and Eduard Remenyi
241a/1
Ungarischer Romanzero No.1
pf F minor 1853 composed by Eduard Remenyi
241a/2
Ungarischer Romanzero No.2
pf A minor 1853
241a/3
Ungarischer Romanzero No.3
pf A minor 1853
241a/4
Ungarischer Romanzero No.4
pf A minor 1853 composed by Eduard Remenyi
241a/5
Ungarischer Romanzero No.5
pf D minor 1853
241a/6
Ungarischer Romanzero No.6
pf A major 1853
241a/7
Ungarischer Romanzero No.7
pf A major 1853
241a/8
Ungarischer Romanzero No.8
pf D minor 1853
241a/9
Ungarischer Romanzero No.9
pf A major 1853
241a/10
Ungarischer Romanzero No.10
pf G minor 1853
241a/11
Ungarischer Romanzero No.11
pf F major 1853
241a/12
Ungarischer Romanzero No.12
pf C major 1853 composed by Eduard Remenyi
241a/13
Ungarischer Romanzero No.13
pf F minor 1853 composed by Eduard Remenyi
241a/14
Ungarischer Romanzero No.14
pf D major 1853 composed by Eduard Remenyi
241a/15
Ungarischer Romanzero No.15
pf D major 1853 composed by Eduard Remenyi
241a/16
Ungarischer Romanzero No.16
pf C major 1853 composed by Eduard Remenyi
241a/17
Ungarischer Romanzero No.17
pf A major 1853 composed by Eduard Remenyi
241a/18
Ungarischer Romanzero No.18
pf A major 1853 composed by Eduard Remenyi
241b Magyar Tempo pf D major 1840 sketches only; 2nd version of S.242/5, S.243/1, S.243/1a
242/1–7 Magyar Dalok (Ungarische Nationalmelodien; Mélodies hongroises): pf 1839–40 originally published in 1840 as Vol.I (Nos.1–6), Vol.II (No.7)
242/1
(Lento)
pf C minor 1839–40
242/2
(Andantino)
pf C major 1839–40
242/3
(Sehr langsam)
pf D major 1839–40
242/4
(Animato)
pf C major 1839–40 1st version of S.243/2, S.243/2a; themes used in S.244/6
242/5
(Tempo giusto)
pf D major 1839–40 1st version of S.243/1, S.243/1a, S.241b; themes used in S.244/6
242/6
(Lento)
pf G minor 1839–40 arr for orch as S.690e; themes used in S.242/12, S.244/5
242/7
(Andante cantabile quasi Adagio)
pf E major 1839–40 1st version of S.244/4
242/8–11 Magyar Dalok (Ungarische Nationalmelodien; Mélodies hongroises): pf 1839–43 originally published in 1843 as Vol.III (Nos.8–9), Vol.IV (Nos.10–11)
242/8
(Lento)
pf F minor 1839–43
242/9
(Lento)
pf A minor 1839–43
242/10
(Adagio sostenuto a capriccio)
pf D major 1839–43 uses theme from S.164e/1; themes used in S.123, S.242/13, S.242a, S.244/14, S.244/15
242/11
(Andante sostenuto)
pf B major 1839–43 1st version of S.243/3, S.243/3a; uses theme from S.164e/2; themes used in S.243a, S.244/3, S.244/6
242/12–17 Magyar Rapszódiák (Ungarische Rhapsodien; Rapsodies hongroises): pf 1846–47 originally published by 1847 as Vol.V (No.12), Vol.VI (No.13), Vol.VII (No.14), Vol.VIII (No.15), Vol.IX (No.16), Vol.X (No.17); No.13a published separately
242/12
Héroïde élégiaque
pf E minor 1846–47 partly based on S.242/6. themes used in S.244/5
242/13
Rákóczi-Marsch
pf A minor 1846–47 3rd version of S.242a (based on); partly based on S.242/10; simplified version as S.242/13a; see also 4th & 5th versions S.244/15 & S.244c
242/13a
(*242/13bis)
Ungarische National-Melodie (Rákóczi-Marsch)
pf A minor 1846? simplified version of S.242/13
242/14
(Lento a capriccio)
pf A minor 1846–47 themes used in S.244/11
242/15
(Lento: Tempo e Stilo Zingarese)
pf D minor 1846–47 themes used in S.244/7
242/16
Preludio
pf E major 1846–47 themes used in S.244/10, S.244/10a
242/17
(Andante sostenuto)
pf A minor 1846–47 themes used in S.244/13
242/18–21 Ungarische Rhapsodien: pf 1846–47 Nos.18–21 originally scheduled for publication in jan.1847 but never published
242/18
(Introduction – Adagio)
pf C minor 1846–47 themes used in S.244/12; published 1973
242/19
(Lento patetico)
pf F minor 1846–47 themes used in S.244/8; published 1973
242/20
Hermannstädter und Walachische Melodie ["Rumänische Rhapsodie"] [Rumanian Rhapsody]
pf G minor 1846–47 themes used in S.244/6, S.244/12; published 1936 as Rumänische Rhapsodie
242/21
Koltoi csárdás
pf E minor 1846–47 themes used in S.123, S.244/14; published 1973
242/22–23 Magyar Rapszódiák: pf by 1847 No.22 originally published separately in 1847, No.23 originally unpublished
242/22
Pester Karneval
pf E major by 1847 themes used in S.244/9, S.244/14; arr for vn vc pf as S.379
242/23
(*243b)
Rêves et fantaisies
pf C minor by 1847 opening based on S.171a/3; 1st version of S.244/1
242a Rákóczi-Marsch pf A minor 1839–40 based on the Hungarian national anthem of the time, the Rákóczi March; 1st version of S.164f, S.242/10, S.242/13, S.242/13a, S.244/15, S.244/15a, S.244a, S.244b, S.244c, S.692d, S.723c [29]; arr for orch as S.117, for pf4h as S.608, for 2pf as S.652a
243i (3) Trois Mélodies hongroises pf c1840
243i/1
(Tempo giusto)
pf D major c1840 3rd version of S.241b, S.242/5, S.243/1a; themes used in S.244/6
243i/2
(Animato)
pf C major c1840 2nd version of S.242/4, S.243/2a; themes used in S.244/6
243i/3
Prélude (Allegretto)
pf B major c1840 2nd version of S.242/11, S.243/3a; themes used in S.244/6
243ii
(*243)
(3) Ungarische Nationalmelodien: pf c1840 Similar to S.243i
243ii/1
(*243/1)
(Tempo giusto)
pf D major c1840 3rd version of S.241b, S.242/5, S.243/1a; themes used in S.244/6
243ii/2
(*243/2)
(Animato)
pf C major c1840 2nd version of S.242/4, S.243/2a; themes used in S.244/6
243ii/3
(*243/3)
Prélude (Allegretto)
pf B major c1840 2nd version of S.242/11, S.243/3a; themes used in S.244/6
243a (3) Ungarische Nationalmelodien: Im leichten Stile bearbeitet pf c1843
243a/1
(*243bis/1)
(Tempo giusto)
pf D major c1843 4th (lighter) version of S.241b, S.242/5, S.243/1
243a/2
(*243bis/2)
(Animato)
pf C major c1843 3rd (lighter) version of S.242/4, S.243/2
243a/3
(*243bis/3)
Prélude (Allegretto)
pf B major c1843 3rd (lighter) version of S.242/11, S.243/3
243b
(*243a)
Célèbre mélodie hongroise pf 1866 or later uses themes from S.242/11, S.244/6; written for Francis Planté
*243b
(242/23)
Rêves et fantaisies 1844–46?
244 Hungarian Rhapsodies (Ungarische Rhapsodien): pf 1846–85
244/1
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 1 (Lento quasi recitativo)
pf C minor 1846 2nd version of S.242/23
244/2
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 (Lento a capriccio)
pf C minor 1847 arr for orch by Liszt and Franz Doppler as S.359/4, for pf4h as S.621/4; ossia and cadenzas as S.244/2a
244/2a
(*244/2bis)
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
pf C minor 1885 ossia and cadenzas for S.244/2
244/3
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 3 (Andante)
pf B major 1847 uses themes from S.164e/2, S.242/11
244/4
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 4 (Quasi adagio, altiermamente)
pf E major 1847 uses themes from S.242/7
244/5
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 5 (Héroïde-élégiaque)
pf E minor 1847 uses themes from S.242/6, S.242/12; arr for orch by Liszt and Franz Doppler as S.359/5, for pf4h as S.621/5
244/6
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6 (Tempo giusto)
pf D major 1847 uses themes from S.164e/3, S.242/4, S.242/5, S.242/11, S.242/20, S.243/1, S.243/2, S.243/3; arr for orch by Liszt and Franz Doppler as S.359/3, for pf4h as S.621/3; theme used in S.243a
244/7
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 7 (Lento)
pf D minor 1847 uses themes from S.242/15
244/8
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 8 (Lento a capriccio)
pf F minor 1846 uses themes from S.242/19
244/9
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 9 ("Pesther Carneval")
pf E major 1847 uses themes from S.242/22; arr for orch by Liszt and Franz Doppler as S.359/6, for pf4h as S.621/6
244/10
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 10 (Preludio)
pf E major 1847 1st version of (ossia) S.244/10a; uses themes from S.242/16
244/10a
(*244/10bis)
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 10
pf E major 1847 2nd (easier ossia) version of S.244/10; uses themes from S.242/16
244/11
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 11 (Lento a capriccio)
pf A minor 1847 uses themes from S.242/14
244/12
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12 (Introduzione. Mesto)
pf C minor 1847 uses themes from S.242/18, S.242/20; arr for orch by Liszt and Franz Doppler as S.359/2, for pf4h as S.621/2, for vn pf as S.379a
244/13
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 13 (Andante sostenuto)
pf A minor 1847 uses themes from S.242/17
244/14
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 14 (Lento, quasi marcia funebre)
pf F minor 1847 uses themes from S.242/21, S.242/22; arr for orch by Liszt and Franz Doppler as S.359/1; themes used in S.123
244/15
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 15 (Rákóczi-Marsch)
pf A minor 1847 4th version of S.242a (based on S.242/10, S.242/13); simplified (easier ossia) version as S.244/15a; arr for orch as S.117
244/15a
(*244/15bis)
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 15
pf A minor c1847 simplified (easier ossia) version of S.244/15
244/16i
Magyar Rapzódia (Hungarian Rhapsody No. 16)
pf A minor 1882 1st version of S.244/16ii
244/16ii
(*244/16)
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 16 (Allegro)
pf A minor 1882 2nd version of S.244/16i; arr for pf4h as S.622 [b]
244/17
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 17 (Lento)
pf D minor 1883
244/18i
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 18
pf F minor c1883 1st (coda) version of S.244/18ii, S.244/18iii
244/18ii
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 18
pf F minor c1883 2nd (coda) version of S.244/18i, S.244/18iii
244/18iii
(*244/18)
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 18 (Lento)
pf F minor 1885 3rd (coda) version of S.244/18i, S.244/18ii; arr for pf4h as S.623 [b]
244/19
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 19 (Lento)
pf D minor 1885 based on the Csárdás nobles by Kornél Ábrányi; arr for pf4h as S.623a
244a Rákóczi-Marsch pf A minor 1863 arr of S.117; 6th pf version of S.242a; simplified version as S.244b
244b Rákóczi-Marsch pf A minor 1871 simplified version of S.244a
244c Marche de Rákóczy (Édition populaire) pf A minor 1851 5th version of S.242a (based on S.242/13)
245 (5) Ungarische Volkslieder (Magyar népdal): pf 1872 based on folk songs from the collection Popular songs by József Tamássy edited by Kornél Ábrányi
245/1
Csak titokban akartalak szeretni (Lassan)
pf D major 1872
245/2
Jaj beh szennyes az a maga kendője (Mérsekélve)
pf G major 1872
245/3
Beh szomorú ez az élet én nékem (Lassan)
pf G major 1872
245/4
Beh! sok falut, be! sok várost bejártam (Kissé élénken)
pf C minor 1872
245/5
Erdó, erdó, sűrű erdó árnyában (Búsongva)
pf F minor 1872
246 Puszta-Wehmut (A puszta keserve) pf 1871 based on a song by Lyudmilla Gizycka-Zámoyská; arr for vn pf as S.379b
247–248
Italian[edit]
[INDEX↑]
*247
(252a/i)
La romanesca
248i
(*248)
Canzone napolitana pf 1842 1st version of S.248ii
248ii
(*248a)
Canzone napolitana (Notturno) pf 1842 2nd ("arr élégant") version of S.248i
249–249b
Polish[edit]
[INDEX↑]
249 (3) Glanes de Woronince (Gleanings from Woronińce): pf 1847 [30]; see also S.166m, S.166n
249/1
Ballade d'Ukraïne (Dumka)
pf 1847
249/2
Mélodies polonaises
pf 1847 based on No.1 of 17 Polish songs, Op.74 by Frédéric Chopin, and on an unidentified Polish melody (also used in S.127, S.249a)
249/3
Complainte (Dumka)
pf 1847
249a Mélodie polonaise (Album-leaf) pf c1833? based on an unidentified Polish melody (also used in S.127, S.249/2); short draft
249b Dumka pf 1871
249c–251
Russian[edit]
[INDEX↑]
249c
(*735)
Air cosaque pf 1879
249d
(*250a)
Соловей [Solovei] "Le rossignol" (Air russe d'Alexander Alabieff) pf 1842 based on a romance by Alexander Alyabyev; 1st version of S.250/1
250 (2) Mélodies russes (Arabesques): pf 1842
250/1
Соловей [Solovei] "Le rossignol" (Romance de Alexandr Alexandrovitch Alabieff)
pf 1842 2nd version of S.249d
250/2
Chanson bohémienne (de Piotr Petrovitch Boulakhov)
pf 1842 based on a song by Pyotr Bulakhov
251 Abschied (Russisches Volkslied) pf 1885
252–254
Spanish[edit]
[INDEX↑]
252 Rondeau fantastique sur un thème espagnol (El contrabandista) pf B major 1836 based on the aria "Yo que soy contrabandista" from the opera El poeta calculista by Manuel García; published as Op.5 No.3; arr for pf orch as S.713d
252a/i
(*252a)
(*247)
La romanesca (Mélodie du 16ième siècle) pf c1840 1st version of S.252a/ii
252a/ii
(*252b)
La romanesca (Mélodie du 16ième siècle) pf c1852 2nd version of S.252a/i
253 Grosse Konzertfantasie über spanische Weisen pf 1845 one theme used in S.254; sketches as S.695c
254 Rhapsodie espagnole (Folies d'espagne et Jota aragonesa) pf 1858 uses one theme from S.253
255–256a

Piano four-hands[edit]

[INDEX↑]
*255
(619a)
Festpolonaise
*256
(207a)
Variation über das Thema von Borodin pf4h
256a Nottorno pf4h E minor ? arr of S.161/5; spurious (not by Liszt)
257–258

Two pianos[edit]

[INDEX↑]
257 Grosses Konzertstück über Themen aus Mendelssohns Lieder ohne Worte 2pf 1834 based on themes from Songs Without Words, Op.19b by Felix Mendelssohn
257a Cadenza for Johann Peter Pixis' Variations brillantes sur un thème 2pf ? [g]
258i Concerto pathétique 2pf 1855 arr of S.176; 1st version of S.258ii
258ii Concerto pathétique 2pf 1866 2nd version of S.258i; arr for pf orch by Eduard Reuss with corrections by Liszt as S.365a
259–268a

Organ or Harmonium[edit]

[INDEX↑]
259 Fantasie und Fuge über den Choral Ad nos, ad salutarem undam org/pfped 1850 based on a theme from the opera Le prophète by Giacomo Meyerbeer; 1st version of S.259a; arr for pf as S.414/4, for pf4h as S.624; Fugue published 1852 as No.4 of Illustrations du Prophète (S.414)
259a Fantasie und Fuge über den Choral Ad nos, ad salutarem undam org/pfped 1852–55 2nd version of S.259; unpublished?, lost?
260i Präludium und Fuge über den Namen BACH org 1855–56 1st version of S.260ii; arr for pf as S.529i
260ii Präludium und Fuge über den Namen BACH org 1869–70 2nd version of S.260i; arr for pf as S.529ii
261 Pio IX (Der Papsthymnus) org 1863–65 arr for pf as S.530, for pf4h as S.625, for orch as S.361; rev for v pf as S.766; rev for 2vv (+org) as S.36; rev for ch orch as S.3/8
261a Andante religioso org 1861 arr of mvt IV of S.95iv by Alexander Wilhelm Gottschalg, with revisions by Liszt
262 Ora pro nobis org 1864
*263
(187a/i)
Resignazione org 1877–81
264 Missa pro organo lectarum celebrationi missarum adjumento inserviens org 1879 based on S.8, S.265, S.504
265 Gebet (Preghiera) org 1879 rev as mvt III of S.264
266 Requiem für die Orgel org 1883 based on S.12
267 Am Grabe Richard Wagners org 1883 arr of S.135
268 (2) Vortragsstücke: org 1884
268/1
Introitus
org 1884
268/2
Trauerode (Die Todten)
org 1884? arr of S.112/1
268a Preludio org 1885? version of S.666 without vv
269–340a

Songs[edit]

[INDEX↑]
269i Angiolin dal biondo crin (Englein hold im Lockengold) v pf 1839 1st version of S.269ii, S.269iii, S.269iv, S.269v; arr for pf as S.531/6
269ii Angiolin dal biondo crin (Englein hold im Lockengold) v pf 1849? 2nd version of S.269i, S.269iii, S.269iv, S.269v
269iii Angiolin dal biondo crin (Englein hold im Lockengold) v pf 1859? 3rd version of S.269i, S.269ii, S.269iv, S.269v
269iv Angiolin dal biondo crin (Englein hold im Lockengold) v pf ? 4th (transposed) version of S.269i, S.269ii, S.269iii, S.269v [g]
269v Angiolin dal biondo crin (Englein hold im Lockengold) v pf ? 5th version of S.269i, S.269ii, S.269iii, S.269iv [g]
270i (3) Sonetti di Petrarca (Petrarca-Sonette): v pf 1838–39 1st version of S.270ii (for tenor voice)
270i/1
Pace non trovo (Fried' ist versagt mir)
v pf 1838–39 1st version of S.270ii/2 (for tenor voice); arr for pf as S.158/1
270i/2
Benedetto sia'l giorno (Sei gesegnet immerdar)
v pf 1838–39 1st version of S.270ii/1 (for tenor voice); arr for pf as S.158/2
270i/3
I vidi in terra (So sah ich denn auf Erden Engelsfrieden und Glanz)
v pf 1838–39 1st version of S.270ii/3 (for tenor voice); arr for pf as S.158/3
270ii (3) Sonetti di Petrarca (Petrarca-Sonette): v pf 1861 2nd version of S.270i (for low voice)
270ii/1
Benedetto sia'l giorno (Sei gesegnet immerdar)
v pf 1861 2nd version of S.270i/2 (for low voice)
270ii/2
Pace non trovo (Fried' ist versagt mir)
v pf 1861 2nd version of S.270i/1 (for low voice)
270ii/3
I vidi in terra (So sah ich denn auf Erden Engelsfrieden und Glanz)
v pf 1861 2nd version of S.270i/3 (for low voice)
271 Il m'aimait tant v pf 1840–42 arr for pf as S.533
272i Im Rhein, im schönen Ströme v pf 1840 1st version of S.272ii; arr for pf as S.531/2
272ii Im Rhein, im schönen Ströme v pf 1855 2nd version of S.272i
273i Die Loreley v pf 1841 1st version of S.273ii; arr for pf as S.531/1
273ii Die Loreley v pf 1854–56 2nd version of S.273i; arr for pf as S.532, for v orch as S.369
274i Die Zelle in Nonnenwerth (Ach, nun taucht die Klosterzelle) v pf 1841 1st version of S.274ii, S.301b/i, S.301b/ii; arr for pf as S.534i
274ii Die Zelle in Nonnenwerth (Ach, nun taucht die Klosterzelle) v pf 1858–60 4th version of S.274i, S.301b/i, S.301b/ii; arr for pf as S.534iii, for vc pf as S.382i, for vn pf as S.382ii
275i Mignons Lied (Kennst du das Land) v pf 1842 1st version of S.275ii, S.275iii; arr for pf as S.531/3
275ii Mignons Lied (Kennst du das Land) v pf 1854 2nd version of S.275i, S.275iii
275iii Mignons Lied (Kennst du das Land) v pf 1860 3rd version of S.275i, S.275ii; arr for v orch as S.370
276i Comment disaient-ils (Was tun?) v pf 1842 1st version of S.276ii; arr for pf as S.534
276ii Comment disaient-ils v pf 1849–59 2nd version of S.276i
277i Bist du (Mild wie ein Lufthauch) v pf 1844 1st version of S.277ii
277ii Bist du (Mild wie ein Lufthauch) v pf 1878 2nd version of S.277i
278i Es war ein König in Thule v pf 1842 1st version of S.278ii; arr for pf as S.531/4
278ii Es war ein König in Thule v pf 1856 2nd version of S.278i
279i Der du von dem Himmel bist v pf 1842 1st version of S.279ii, S.279iii, S.279iv; arr for pf as S.531/5
279ii Der du von dem Himmel bist v pf 1849 2nd version of S.279i, S.279iii, S.279iv
279iii Der du von dem Himmel bist v pf 1860 3rd version of S.279i, S.279ii, S.279iv
279iv Der du von dem Himmel bist v pf 1870 4th version of S.279i, S.279ii, S.279iii
279a Wenn die letzten Sterne bleichen v pf 1843 discovered 2007, published 2009 [g]
280i Freudvoll und leidvoll I v pf 1844 1st version of S.280ii; arr for pf as S.167a; 1st setting, for 2nd setting see S.280a
280ii Freudvoll und leidvoll I v pf 1849 2nd version of S.280i; 1st setting, for 2nd setting see S.280a
280a
(*280bis)
Freudvoll und leidvoll II v pf 1848? 2nd setting, for 1st setting see S.280
281 Die Vätergruft v pf 1844 arr for v orch as S.371
282i Oh! quand je dors v pf 1842 1st version of S.282ii; arr for pf as S.536
282ii Oh! quand je dors v pf 1849 2nd version of S.282i
283i Enfant, si j'étais roi v pf 1844 1st version of S.283ii; arr for pf as S.537
283ii Enfant, si j'étais roi v pf 1849 2nd version of S.283i
284i S'il est un charmant gazon v pf 1844 1st version of S.284ii; arr for pf as S.538
284ii S'il est un charmant gazon v pf 1849–59 2nd version of S.284i
285 La tombe et la rose v pf 1844 arr for pf as S.539
286 Gastibelza (Bolero) v pf 1844 "gastibelza" is a Basque word meaning "gossip"; arr for pf as S.540
287i Du bist wie eine Blume v pf 1843 1st version of S.287ii, S.287iii, S.287iv, S.287v, S.287vi
287ii Du bist wie eine Blume v pf 1849 2nd version of S.287i, S.287iii, S.287iv, S.287v, S.287vi
287iii Du bist wie eine Blume v pf ? 3rd version of S.287i, S.287ii, S.287iv, S.287v, S.287vi [g]
287iv Du bist wie eine Blume v pf ? 4th version of S.287i, S.287ii, S.287iii, S.287v, S.287vi [g]
287v Du bist wie eine Blume v pf ? 5th version of S.287i, S.287ii, S.287iii, S.287iv, S.287vi [g]
287vi Du bist wie eine Blume v pf ? 6th version of S.287i, S.287ii, S.287iii, S.287iv, S.287v [g]
288i Was Liebe sei v pf 1842 1st setting, for 2nd and 3rd settings see S.288ii, S.288iii
288ii Was Liebe sei v pf 1854–55 2nd setting, for 1st and 3rd setting see S.288i, S.288iii
288iii Was Liebe sei v pf 1878–79 3rd setting, for 1st and 2nd setting see S.288i, S.288ii
289i Vergiftet sind meine Lieder v pf 1843 1st version of S.289ii
289ii Vergiftet sind meine Lieder v pf 1859 2nd version of S.289i
290i Morgens steh ich auf und frage v pf 1843 1st version of S.290ii
290ii Morgens steh ich auf und frage v pf 1849–59 2nd version of S.290i
291i Die tote Nachtigall v pf 1843 1st version of S.291ii
291ii Die tote Nachtigall v pf 1870–79 2nd version of S.291i
292i (3) Lieder aus Schiller's Wilhelm Tell: v pf 1845 1st version of S.292ii
292i/1
Der Fischerknabe (Es lächelt der See)
v pf 1845 1st version of S.292ii/1
292i/2
Der Hirt (Ihr Matten lebt wohl)
v pf 1845 1st version of S.292ii/2
292i/3
Der Alpenjäger (Es donnern die Höh'n)
v pf 1845 1st version of S.292ii/3
292ii (3) Lieder aus Schiller's Wilhelm Tell: v pf 1855? 2nd version of S.292i; arr for v orch as S.372
292ii/1
Der Fischerknabe (Es lächelt der See)
v pf 1855? 2nd version of S.292i/1; arr for v orch as S.372/1
292ii/2
Der Hirt (Ihr Matten lebt wohl)
v pf 1855? 2nd version of S.292i/2; arr for v orch as S.372/2
292ii/3
Der Alpenjäger (Es donnern die Höh'n)
v pf 1855? 2nd version of S.292i/3; arr for v orch as S.372/3
293i Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher (Scène dramatique) v pf 1845 1st version of S.293ii; arr for v orch as S.373i
293ii Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher (Scène dramatique) v pf 1874–75 2nd version of S.293i; arr for v org as S.681a; for v orch as S.373ii
294i Es rauschen die Winde v pf 1845 1st version of S.294ii
294ii Es rauschen die Winde v pf 1849? 2nd version of S.294i
295 Wo weilt er? v pf 1844
296i
(*296)
Ich möchte hingehn v pf 1844? 1st version of S.296ii [b]
296ii Ich möchte hingehn v pf 1856? 2nd version of S.296i [e]
297i Wer nie sein Brot mit Tränen aß v pf 1845 1st version of S.297ii
297ii Wer nie sein Brot mit Tränen aß v pf 1849 2nd version of S.297i
298i O lieb so lang du lieben kannst v pf 1843 1st version of S.298ii; arr for pf as S.540b
298ii O lieb, so lang du lieben kannst v pf 1843 2nd version of S.298i; arr for pf as S.541/3
298a Über die Aeolsharfe v pf 1846
299i Isten veled v pf 1847 1st version of S.299ii
299ii Isten veled v pf 1879 2nd version of S.299i
300 Le Juif errant v pf 1847 unpublished
301i Kling leise, mein Lied v pf 1848 1st version of S.301ii
301ii Kling leise, mein Lied v pf 1849–60 2nd version of S.301i
301a Oh pourquoi donc v pf 1844? rev for pf as S.169
301b/i En ces lieux tout me parle d'elle (Élégie) v pf 1844 2nd version of S.274i, S.274ii, S.301b/ii; arr for pf as S.534ii
301b/ii Elégie (En ces lieux) v pf 1845 3rd version of S.274i, S.274ii, S.301b/i; arr for pf as S.534ii/a
302 Die Macht der Musik v pf 1848
303* Weimars Toten (Dithyramb) v pf 1848
304 Le vieux vagabond (Der alte Vagabund) v pf 1848
305i Schwebe, schwebe, blaues Auge v pf 1845 1st version of S.305ii
305ii Schwebe, schwebe, blaues Auge v pf 1849–60 2nd version of S.305i
306i Über allen Gipfeln ist Ruh v pf 1848 arr of S.75i; 1st version of S.306ii
306ii Über allen Gipfeln ist Ruh v pf 1859 2nd version of S.306i
306a Quand tu chantes bercée v pf 1842
306b Göttliche Gedanken, selige Gefühle v pf 1848
307 Hohe Liebe (In Liebesarmen ruht ihr trunken) v pf 1850 arr for pf as S.541/1
308 Seliger tod (Gestorben war ich) v pf 1845–46 arr for pf as S.171d/8
309 Ein Fichtenbaum steht einsam I v pf 1845 1st setting of S.309a
309a
(*309bis)
Ein Fichtenbaum steht einsam II v pf 1860 2nd setting of S.309
310 Nimm einen Strahl der Sonne (Ihr Auge) v pf 1843–49
311i Anfangs wollt' ich fast verzagen v pf 1849 1st version of S.311ii, S.311iii, S.311iv, S.311v
311ii Anfangs wollt' ich fast verzagen v pf 1860? 2nd version of S.311i, S.311iii, S.311iv, S.311v
311iii Anfangs wollt' ich fast verzagen v pf ? 3rd version of S.311i, S.311ii, S.311iv, S.311v [g]
311iv Anfangs wollt' ich fast verzagen v pf ? 4th version of S.311i, S.311ii, S.311iii, S.311v [g]
311v Anfangs wollt' ich fast verzagen v pf ? 5th version of S.311i, S.311ii, S.311iii, S.311iv [g]
312 Wie singt die Lerche schön v pf 1855
313 Weimars Volkslied v pf 1857 arr for various choral configurations under S.87, for orch by Liszt and Franz Doppler as S.359a, for pf as S.542i, for pf4h as S.588, for org as S.672i, for org/harm as S.672ii; theme used in S.228ii [31]
314 Es muss ein Wunderbares sein v pf 1852
315 Ich liebe dich v pf 1857 arr for pf as S.542a
316 Muttergottes-Sträusslein zum Mai-Monate: v pf 1857 see also S.765
316/1
Das Veilchen
v pf 1857
316/2
Das Schlüsselblumen
v pf 1857
317 Lasst mich ruhen v pf 1858
318 In Liebeslust v pf 1858
319 Ich scheide v pf 1860
320 Die drei Zigeuner v pf 1860 arr for vn pf as S.383, for v orch as S.374
321 Die stille Wasserrose v pf 1860
322 Wieder möcht ich dir begegnen v pf 1860
323 Jugendglück v pf 1860
324 Blume und Duft v pf 1854
325 Die Fischerstochter v pf 1871
326 La perla (Die Perle) v pf 1872
327 J'ai perdu ma force et ma vie (Ich verlor die Kraft und das Leben) v pf 1872
328 Ihr Glocken von Marling v pf 1874
329 Und sprich v pf 1875–79
330 Sei still v pf 1877–79?
331 Gebet v pf 1878
332 Einst v pf 1878
333 An Edlitam (Zur silbernen Hochzeit) v pf 1878
334 Der Glückliche (Wie glänzt nun die welt) v pf 1878
335 Go Not, Happy Day (Weil noch, Sonnenstrahl) v pf 1879
336 Verlassen (Mir ist die Welt so freudenleer) v pf 1880
337 Des Tages laute Stimmen schweigen v pf 1880
338 Und wir dachten der Toten v pf 1871?
339 A magyarok Istene (Ungarns Gott) v pf (+mch) 1881 arr for pf as S.543, for pflh as S.543a, for org/harm as S.674, for pf4h as S.755a, for bar mch ww br perc as S.345a, for vn pf as S.381a
340 Magyar király-dal (Ungarisches Königslied) v pf 1883 arr for various choral configurations under S.93 [32], for pf as S.544, for pf4h as S.626
340a Do Not Reproach Me, My Friend (Не брани меня, мой друг) v pf 1866
341–344

Songs with organ/harmonium[edit]

[INDEX↑]
341 Ave Maria IV v org/harm G major 1881 arr for pf as S.545, for org as S.674b
342i Le Crucifix v pf/harm 1879 1st version of S.342ii, S.342iii
342ii Le Crucifix v pf/harm 1879 2nd version of S.342i, S.342iii
342iii Le Crucifix v pf/harm 1881–83 3rd version of S.342i, S.342ii
343 Sancta Caecilia v org/harm 1880–85
344 O Meer im Abendstrahl 2vv pf/harm 1881?
345

Songs with orchestra[edit]

[INDEX↑]
345 (7) Wartburg-Lieder: v ch orch/pf 1872–73
345/0
An Frau Minne (Die Erde ist erschlossen)
ch orch/pf 1872–73
345/1
Wolfram von Eschenbach (Als wir mit deutschen Klingen)
v ch orch/pf 1872–73
345/2
Heinrich von Ofterdingen (Hab' ich geträumt?)
v orch/pf 1872–73
345/3
Walther von der Vogelweide (Beim Scheiden der Sonne erschimmert)
v orch/pf 1872–73 arr for v vn pf as S.345/3a
345/3a
Walther von der Vogelweide (Beim Scheiden der Sonne erschimmert)
v pf (+vn) 1873 arr of S.345/3
345/4
Der tugendhafte Schreiber (Ich schrieb allzeit nur wenig)
v orch/pf 1872–73
345/5
Biterolf und der Schmied von Ruhla (Thüringens Wälder senden den Waidmann und den Schmied)
v orch/pf 1872–73
345/6
Reimar der Alte (Wo liebende Herzen sich innig vermählt)
v orch/pf 1872–73
345a

Songs with band[edit]

[INDEX↑]
345a A magyarok Istene (Ungarns Gott) v mch ww br perc 1882 arr of S.339
346–350

Recitations[edit]

[INDEX↑]
346 Lenore (Der Bräutigam) nar pf 1857–58
347 Vor hundert Jahren nar orch 1859 unpublished
348 Der traurige Mönch (In Schweden steht ein grauer Turm) nar pf 1860
349 Des toten Dichters Liebe (A holt költó szerelme) nar pf 1874 rev for pf as S.195
350 Слѣпой [Slyepoi] (The Blind Man) "Der blinde Sänger" nar pf 1875–77 arr for pf as S.546
351–686

Arrangements[edit]

[INDEX↑]
351–364

Orchestra[edit]

[INDEX↑]
351
Bülow[edit]
[INDEX↑]
351 Mazurka-Fantaisie (H. von Bülow) orch B minor 1865 arr of the Mazurka-fantaisie for piano, Op.13 by Hans von Bülow
352
Cornelius[edit]
[INDEX↑]
352 Zweite Ouvertüre zum Barbier von Bagdad (P. Cornelius) orch 1877–80 second overture to the opera Der Barbier von Bagdad by Peter Cornelius, completed and orchestrated by Liszt
353
Egressy/Erkel[edit]
[INDEX↑]
353 Szózat und Hymnus (2 vaterländische Dichtungen von Vörösmarty and Kölcsey) orch 1872 arr of the Hungarian patriotic songs (now the Hungarian national anthems) Szózat by Béni Egressy and Himnusz by Ferenc Erkel; arr for pf as S.486, for pf4h as S.628c
353a–362a
Liszt[edit]
[INDEX↑]
353a/i Angélus! (Hymne aux anges gardiens) str orch 1880 From S.378i
353a/ii Angélus! (Hymne aux anges gardiens) str orch 1882 From S.378ii, dedicated to Ettore Pinelli
353a/iii Angélus! Priere aux anges gardiens str orch 1882+ From S.378iii.
*354
(113a)
(2)Légendes
354a Variationen über das Motiv von Bach orch 1863 or later arr of 180; lost [33] [h]
355 Vexilla regis prodeunt (Kreuzeshymne) orch 1864 arr of S.185
356 Festvorspiel orch 1857 arr of S.226
357i Huldigungs-Marsch ww br perc 1853 arr of S.228i by Liszt and Joachim Raff; 1st version of S.357ii
357ii Huldigungs-Marsch orch 1857 2nd version of S.357i
358 Vom Fels zum Meer! (Deutscher Siegesmarsch) orch 1853–56? arr of S.229
358a Heroischer Marsch in ungarischem Styl [Première marche hongroise] orch 1840 arr of S.231; basis for S.103; unpublished; written for the King of Portugal [i][e]
358b Seconde marche hongroise (Ungarischer Sturmmarsch) orch 1843 or later 1st version of S.119 [j][e]
359 (6) Hungarian Rhapsodies: orch 1857–60 arr of S.244; arr for pf4h as S.621
359/1
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 1
orch F minor 1857–60 arr by Liszt and Franz Doppler of S.244/14; arr for pf4h as S.621/1
359/2
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
orch D minor 1857–60 arr by Liszt and Franz Doppler of S.244/12; arr for pf4h as S.621/2
359/3
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 3
orch D major 1857–60 arr by Liszt and Franz Doppler of S.244/6; arr for pf4h as S.621/3
359/4
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 4
orch D minor 1857–60 arr by Liszt and Franz Doppler of S.244/2; arr for pf4h as S.621/4
359/5
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 5 (Héroïde-élégiaque)
orch E minor 1857–60 arr by Liszt and Franz Doppler of S.244/5; arr for pf4h as S.621/5
359/6
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6 (Pesther Carneval)
orch D major 1857–60 arr by Liszt and Franz Doppler of S.244/9; arr for pf4h as S.621/6
359a Weimars Volkslied orch C major 1857 arr of S.313
360 À la Chapelle Sixtine orch 1862 arr of S.461i
361 Der Papsthymnus orch 1864 arr of S.261
362 Benedictus aus der Ungarischen Krönungsmesse vn orch 1875–77 arr of S.11/7
363–363a
Schubert[edit]
[INDEX↑]
363 (4) Märsche von Franz Schubert: orch 1859–70 arr of S.425/2c, S.426; arr for pf4h as S.632
363/1
Grande marche
orch B minor 1859–70 arr of S.426/2; arr for pf4h as S.632/1
363/2
Trauermarsch
orch E minor 1859–70 arr of S.426/1; arr for pf4h as S.632/2
363/3
Reitermarsch
orch C major 1859–70 arr of S.426/3; arr for pf4h as S.632/3
363/4
Ungarischer Marsch
orch D minor 1859–70 arr of S.425/2c; arr for pf4h as S.632/4
363a Erlkönig orch 1837 or later arr of S.558/4 [k][e]
364
Zarębski[edit]
[INDEX↑]
364 Danses galiciennes de Zarembski orch 1881–82 orchestration of 3 Danses galiciennes by Juliusz Zarębski
365–367a

Piano and orchestra[edit]

[INDEX↑]
365–365a
Liszt[edit]
[INDEX↑]
365 Grand solo de concert pf orch c1850 arr of S.176; sketches only; score prepared from manuscript sources by Leslie Howard
365a Concerto pathétique pf orch E minor 1885–86 arr of S.258ii by Eduard Reuss with corrections by Liszt [34]
365b
Bellini[edit]
[INDEX↑]
365b Hexaméron (Morceau de concert) ("Grandes Variations de bravoure sur la marche des Puritains de Bellini, par MM Liszt, Thalberg, Pixis, Henri Herz, Czerny et Chopin") pf orch c1839 arr of S.392; score prepared from manuscript sources and orchestration completed by Leslie Howard [35]
366
Schubert[edit]
[INDEX↑]
366 Franz Schuberts Grosse Fantasie pf orch C major 1851 arr of the Fantasie in C major, Op.15/D.760 by Franz Schubert; arr for 2pf as S.653
367–367a
Weber[edit]
[INDEX↑]
367 Polonaise brillante (Weber) pf orch E major 1848–52 arr of the Polacca brillante, Op.72 by Carl Maria von Weber; arr for pf as S.455
367a Konzertstück pf orch F minor c1872 Konzertstück, Op.79 by Carl Maria von Weber, solo piano part revised by Liszt (orchestral part unchanged); see also S.576a for pf solo
368–377

Songs with orchestra[edit]

[INDEX↑]
368
Korbay[edit]
[INDEX↑]
368 (2) Lieder von Francis Korbay: v orch 1883 arr of songs by Francis Korbay
368/1
Le matin
v orch 1883 arr of the song by Francis Korbay
368/2
Gebet
v orch 1883 arr of the song by Francis Korbay; arr for v org as S.683a
369–374
Liszt[edit]
[INDEX↑]
369 Die Loreley v orch 1860 arr of S.273ii
370 Mignons Lied (Kennst du das Land) v orch 1860 arr of S.275iii
371 Die Vätergruft v orch 1886 arr of S.281
372 (3) Lieder aus Schiller's Wilhelm Tell: v orch 1855 arr of S.292ii
372/1
Der Fischerknabe (Es lächelt der See)
v orch 1855 arr of S.292ii/1
372/2
Der Hirt (Ihr Matten lebt wohl)
v orch 1855 arr of S.292ii/2
372/3
Der Alpenjäger (Es donnern die Höh'n)
v orch 1855 arr of S.292ii/3
373i Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher v orch 1858 arr of S.293i; 1st version of S.373ii
373ii Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher v orch 1875 arr of S.293ii; 2nd version of S.373i
374 Die drei Zigeuner v orch 1871 arr of S.320
375–376
Schubert[edit]
[INDEX↑]
375 (6) Lieder von Schubert: v orch 1860 arr of songs by Franz Schubert
375/1
Die junge Nonne
v orch 1860 arr of Die junge Nonne, D.828 by Franz Schubert
375/2
Gretchen am Spinnrade
v orch 1860 arr of Gretchen am Spinnrade, D.118 by Franz Schubert
375/3
Lied der Mignon (So lasst mich scheinen)
v orch 1860 arr of Lied der Mignon: So lasst mich scheinen, D.877 No. 3 by Franz Schubert
375/4
Erlkönig
v orch 1860 arr of Erlkönig, D.328 by Franz Schubert
375/5
Der Doppelgänger (Still ist die Nacht)
v orch 1860 arr of No.13 from Schwanengesang, D.957 by Franz Schubert
375/6
Abschied
v orch 1860 arr of No.7 from Schwanengesang, D.957 by Franz Schubert
376 Die Allmacht von Franz Schubert (Gross ist Jehova, der Herr) mch org/harm orch 1871 arr of Die Allmacht, D.852 by Franz Schubert
377
Zichy[edit]
[INDEX↑]
377 Der Zaubersee (Bűvös tó) ten orch 1884 arr of a ballad (now lost) by Géza Zichy
377a–383

Chamber music[edit]

[INDEX↑]
377a–383
Liszt[edit]
[INDEX↑]
377a
(*722)
La notte vn pf 1864–65 arr of S.112/2
377b "Gretchen" vn va vc hp pf harm 1861 or later arr of 2nd mvt of S.108ii by Leopold Alexander Zellner with corrections and additional material by Liszt; published 2013; arr for small-orch as S.711a [l][k][e]
378i Angélus! (Hymne aux anges gardiens) 2vn va vc (db) 1880 arr of S.162a/iv; arr for str orch as S.353a/i, arr by Walter Bache and Liszt
378ii Angélus! (Hymne aux anges gardiens) 2vn va vc db 1882 arr of S.378i, arr for str orch as S.353a/ii, dedicated to Ettore Pinelli.
378iii Angélus! Priere aux anges gardiens 2vn va vc db 1882+ arr of S.378ii, arr for str orch as S.353a/iii.
378a Vallée d'Obermann vn vc pf 1880 arr by Eduard Lassen and Liszt of S.160/6; 1st version of S.378b, S.378c
378b Vallée d'Obermann vn vc pf 1880 2nd version of S.378a, S.378c
378c
(*723)
Tristia (Vallée d'Obermann) vn vc pf 1880 3rd version of S.378a, S.378b
379 Hungarian Rhapsody No.9 vn vc pf E major 1848 arr of S.242/22
379a Rapsodie hongroise (pour violon et piano par Franç. Liszt – la partie du violon par J. Joachim) (Hungarian Rhapsody No.XII) vn pf C minor 1850s arr of S.244/12; by Liszt and Joseph Joachim (violin part)
379b Puszta-Wehmut vn pf 1880 arr of S.246
380 O du mein holder Abendstern vc pf 1852 arr of S.444 by Liszt and cellist Bernhard Cossmann
381 Aus der Ungarischen Krönungsmesse (Missa coronationalis): vn pf 1869 arr of extracts from S.11
381/1
Benedictus
vn pf 1869 arr of S.11/7
381/2
Offertorium
vn pf 1869 arr of S.11/5
381a A magyarok Istene (Ungarns Gott) vn pf 1882 arr of S.339
382i
(*382)
Die Zelle in Nonnenwerth (Elegie) vc pf 1883 arr of S.274ii; alternate version of S.382ii [b]
382ii
(*382bis)
Die Zelle in Nonnenwerth (Elegie) vn pf 1883 arr of S.274ii; alternate version of S.382i; published 2010 [b]
382a (2) Consolations: vc pf/org/harm c1871 arr of Nos.1 and 4 from S.172 by Liszt and cellist Jules Deswert, with a 10-1/2 bar passage linking the two (known as the "Enchainement") written by Liszt
382a/1
(Andante con moto)
vc pf/org/harm c1871 arr of S.172/1 by Liszt and Jules Deswert
382a/2
(Quasi Adagio)
vc pf/org/harm c1871 arr of S.172/4 by Liszt and Jules Deswert
383 Die drei Zigeuner (Paraphrase) vn pf 1864 arr of S.320; written for Ede Reményi
383a–577

Piano solo[edit]

[INDEX↑]
383a–460
Paraphrases, fantasies[edit]
[INDEX↑]
383a
Ábrányi[edit]
[INDEX↑]
383a Virag Dál (Chant des Fleurs) (Ábrányi) pf 1880 additions and corrections by Liszt to the pf piece by Kornél Ábrányi
384
Vielgorsky[edit]
[INDEX↑]
384 Mazurka pour Piano, arr composée par un amateur de St. Pétersbourg pf 1868? arr of a pf piece by Mikhail Vielgorsky (incorrectly attributed in some sources to Alexander Alyabyev)
384a
Pal[edit]
[INDEX↑]
384a Változatok "Tiszántuli szép lány" (Variations "Pretty Girl from Tiszántul") pf 1846 Liszt's authorship doubtful, probably by Liszt's friend Feleti Pal, who copied and signed the manuscript
385–387
Auber[edit]
[INDEX↑]
385i Grande fantaisie sur la tyrolienne de La fiancée pf A major 1829 based on a theme from the opera La fiancée by Daniel Auber; 1st version of S.385ii, S.385iii; see also S.233c
385ii Grande fantaisie sur la tyrolienne de l'opéra La fiancée de Auber pf A major 1839 2nd version of S.385i, S.385iii
385iii Souvenir de La fiancée (Grande fantaisie sur la tyrolienne de l'opéra La Fiancée d'Auber) pf A major 1842 "3rd version" (corrected edition of 2nd version) of S.385i, S.385ii
*385a
(233c)
Tyrolean Melody 1829
386i Tarantelle (di bravura) d'après la Tarantelle de la 'Muette de Portici' d'Auber pf 1846 based on a theme from the opera La Masaniello, ou La muette de Portici by Daniel Auber; 1st version of S.386ii, S.386iii; published 1995
386ii Tarantelle (di bravura) d'après la Tarantelle de la 'Muette de Portici' d'Auber pf by 1869 2nd version (cut of an optional variation) of S.386i, S.386iii; published 1995
386iii Tarantelle di bravura d'après la Tarantelle de La Muette de Portici pf 1869 3rd version (for Sophie Menter) of S.386i, S.386ii; published 1995
387 Pieces on themes by Auber: pf after 1846? unfinished [36]
387/1
(*387/1–3)
(*387/1, 1a, 2)
Introduction, Prière, Cavatine
pf A major – E major – E major after 1846? "Cavatine" based on the "Berceuse" from the opera La Masaniello, ou La muette de Portici by Daniel Auber; "Introduction" and "Prière" based on unidentified themes [b]
387/2
(*387a)
(*387/3)
Klavierstück über ein fremdes Thema (Andantino)
pf A minor 1847 based on an unidentified theme [b]
388–389a
Beethoven[edit]
[INDEX↑]
388 Capriccio alla turca sur des motifs de Beethoven (Ruines d'Athènes) pf 1846 based on the "Turkish March" (No.4) and the "Dervishes' Chorus" (No.3) from Die Ruinen von Athen, Op.113 by Ludwig van Beethoven; "Turkish March" extracted as S.388a
388a Marche turque des Ruines d'Athènes pf 1846 arr of the "Turkish March" (No.4) from Die Ruinen von Athen, Op.113 by Ludwig van Beethoven; extract from S.388
388b Fantasie über Motiven aus Beethovens Ruinen von Athen pf c1837 based on the "Marsch und Chor" (March and Chorus) (No.6) from Die Ruinen von Athen, Op.113 by Ludwig van Beethoven; arr for pf orch as S.122i
389 Fantasie über Motiven aus Beethovens Ruinen von Athen pf c1852 arr of S.122ii (combining S.388b & S.388)
389a
(*197c)
Cadenza to the first mvt of Piano Concerto No.3 by Beethoven pf 1878–79 extracted from S.657a/1
390–394
Bellini[edit]
[INDEX↑]
390i Réminiscences des Puritains de Bellini pf 1836 based on themes from the opera I puritani by Vincenzo Bellini; 1st version of S.390ii, S.391; published as Op.7; arr for pf orch as S.713e
390ii Réminiscences des Puritains de Bellini pf c1837 2nd version of S.390i, S.391; published as Op.7
391 Introduction et Polonaise de l'opéra I puritani pf 1840 3rd (simplified) version of concluding portion extracted from S.390i, S.390ii
392 Hexaméron (Morceaux de concert. Grandes variations de bravoure sur la marche des Puritains de Bellini) pf 1837–38 collaborative work with Sigismond Thalberg, Johann Peter Pixis, Henri Herz, Carl Czerny and Frédéric Chopin; arr for pf orch as S.365b, for 2pf as S.654i
393i Fantaisie sur des motifs favoris de l'opéra La somnambula de Bellini pf 1839 based on themes from the opera La sonnambula by Vincenzo Bellini; 1st version of S.393ii, S.393iii
393ii Fantaisie sur des motifs favoris de l'opéra La somnambula de Bellini (Grand fantaisie de concert) pf c1839 2nd version of S.393i, S.393iii; arr for pf4h as S.627
393iii Sonnambula (de Bellini) (Grosse Concert-Fantasie) pf 1874 3rd version of S.393i, S.393ii
394 Réminiscences de Norma pf 1841 based on themes from the opera Norma by Vincenzo Bellini; arr for 2pf as S.655
395–396
Berlioz[edit]
[INDEX↑]
395 L'idée fixe (Andante amoroso d'après une mélodie de Berlioz) pf A major 1846 a nocturne based on the main theme from the Symphonie fantastique, Op.14/H.48 by Hector Berlioz; 1st version of S.470a/1
396 Bénédiction et serment (Deux motifs de Benvenuto Cellini de Berlioz) pf 1852–53 based on themes from the opera Benvenuto Cellini, Op.23/H.76 by Hector Berlioz; arr for pf4h as S.628
397–402
Donizetti[edit]
[INDEX↑]
397 Réminiscences de Lucia di Lammermoor, Fantaisie dramatique pf 1835–36 published as Op. 13; 1st part of Réminiscences only (for 2nd part see S.398); based on themes (mostly the closing sextet) from the opera Lucia di Lammermoor by Gaetano Donizetti; arr for pf4h as S.628a
398 Marche et Cavatine de Lucia di Lammermoor pf 1835–36 2nd part of Réminiscences S.397; based on themes (mostly the scene at the tomb) from the opera Lucia di Lammermoor by Gaetano Donizetti; arr for pf4h as S.628b
399 Nuits d'été à Pausilippe ((3) Amusements sur des motifs de l'album de Donizetti): pf 1838 based on themes from the cycle Nuits d'été a Pauslippe by Gaetano Donizetti
399/1
Barcarola (Il barcajuolo)
pf 1838 based on No.1 from the cycle Nuits d'été a Pauslippe by Gaetano Donizetti
399/2
Notturno (L'alito di Bice)
pf 1838 based on No.9 from the cycle Nuits d'été a Pauslippe by Gaetano Donizetti
399/3
Canzone Napoletana (La torre di Biasone)
pf 1838 based on No.4 from the cycle Nuits d'été a Pauslippe by Gaetano Donizetti
399a Fantaisie sur des motifs de l'opéra Lucrezia Borgia de G Donizetti pf 1840 based on the Chanson à boire and Orgie from the opera Lucrezia Borgia by Gaetano Donizetti; 1st version of S.400/2
400 Réminiscences de Lucrezia Borgia (Grande fantaisie sur des motifs favoris de l'opéra de Donizetti): pf 1848 based on themes from the opera Lucrezia Borgia by Gaetano Donizetti; 1st version of S.400a
400/1
Trio du seconde Acte
pf 1848 based on the trio from Act II of the opera Lucrezia Borgia by Gaetano Donizetti
400/2
Chanson à boire (Orgie). Duo. Finale
pf 1848 based on the Chanson à boire and Orgie from the opera Lucrezia Borgia by Gaetano Donizetti; 2nd version of S.399a
400a
(*400bis)
Réminiscences de Lucrezia Borgia de Donizetti (Grande fantaisie en deux parties, "Reduced, with the author's approval, to a single concert piece by G. Buonamici") pf 1880 2nd version of S.400, by Giuseppe Buonamici's [de], corrected with additions by Liszt [37]
400b
(*400a)
(*742)
Spirto gentil (Kavatine aus der Oper La favorite) pf 1847 based on a theme from Act IV of the opera La favorite by Gaetano Donizetti
401 Valse a capriccio (sur deux motifs de Lucia et Parisina) pf 1842 based on themes from the operas Parisina and Lucia di Lammermoor by Gaetano Donizetti; 1st version of S.214/3
402 Marche funèbre de Dom Sébastien de Donizetti pf 1844 based on the funeral march from the opera Dom Sébastien by Gaetano Donizetti
403–403a
DonizettiJ[edit]
[INDEX↑]
403 Grande paraphrase de la Marche de J. Donizetti (composée pour Sa Majesté le Sultan Abdul Medjid-Khan) pf 1847 based on the Grande marche militaire by Jiuseppe Donizetti; 1st version of S.403a
403a
(*403bis)
Grande Marche d'Abdul Medjid-Khan pf 1848 2nd version of S.403 ("version facilitée") [m]
404
Ernst[edit]
[INDEX↑]
404 Halloh! (Jagdchor und Steirer aus der Oper Tonÿ von E. H. z. S. C. G.) pf 1849 based on themes from the opera Tonÿ, oder die Vergeltung by Ernst II, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
405
Erkel[edit]
[INDEX↑]
405 Schwanengesang und Marsch aus Hunyadi László pf 1847 based on themes from the opera Hunyadi László by Ferenc Erkel
405a
Festetics[edit]
[INDEX↑]
405a Pásztor Lakodalmus (Magyar nóták) pf 1858 corrections and alterations to Les noces du Pâtre by Leo Festetics
406
Glinka[edit]
[INDEX↑]
406i Marcia Circassa tratta dall'opera Russlan e Ludmilla di Glinka (Marche des Tcherkesses de l'opera Rouslan et Loudmila) pf 1843 based on Chernomor's March (Act IV, No. 19) from the opera Ruslan and Lyudmila by Mikhail Glinka; 1st version of S.406ii
406ii Tscherkessenmarsch aus Glinkas Oper Rußlan und Ludmilla pf 1843, 1875 2nd version of S.406i; arr for pf4h as S.629
407–409
Gounod[edit]
[INDEX↑]
407 Valse de l'opéra Faust pf 1861 based on the waltz and duet from Act II of the opera Faust by Charles Gounod
408 Les Sabéennes (Berceuse de l'opéra La reine de Saba) pf 1865 based on the berceuse from the opera La reine de Saba by Charles Gounod
409 Les adieux (Rêverie sur un motif de l'opéra Roméo et Juliette) pf 1867 based on a theme from the opera Roméo et Juliette by Charles Gounod
409a
Halévy[edit]
[INDEX↑]
409a Réminiscences de La juive (Fantaisie brillante sur des motifs de l'opéra de Halévy) pf 1835 based on themes from the opera La Juive by Fromental Halévy
410
Mendelssohn[edit]
[INDEX↑]
410 Konzertparaphrase über Mendelssohns Hochzeitsmarsch und Elfenreigen aus der Musik zu Shakespeares Sommernachtstraum pf 1849–50 based on themes from the incidental music to A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op.61 by Felix Mendelssohn
411
Mercadante[edit]
[INDEX↑]
411 Soirées italiennes ((6) Amusements sur des motifs de Mercadante): pf 1838–39 based on 6 of the 12 Soirées italiennes by Saverio Mercadante
411/1
La primavera (Canzonetta)
pf 1838–39 based on No.2 of the Soirées italiennes by Saverio Mercadante
411/2
Il galop
pf 1838–39 based on No.10 of the Soirées italiennes by Saverio Mercadante
411/3
Il pastore svizzero (Tirolese)
pf 1838–39 based on No.4 of the Soirées italiennes by Saverio Mercadante
411/4
La serenata del marinaro
pf 1838–39 based on No.5 of the Soirées italiennes by Saverio Mercadante
411/5
Il Brindisi (Rondoletto)
pf 1838–39 based on No.11 of the Soirées italiennes by Saverio Mercadante
411/6
La zingarella spagnuola (Bolero)
pf 1838–39 based on No.8 of the Soirées italiennes by Saverio Mercadante
412–416
Meyerbeer[edit]
[INDEX↑]
412i Réminiscences des Huguenots (Grande fantaisie dramatique sur des thèmes de l'opéra de Meyerbeer) pf 1836 based on themes from the opera Les Huguenots by Giacomo Meyerbeer; 1st version of S.412ii, S.412iii
412ii
(*412i-bis)
Fantaisie dramatique sur les Huguenots de Meyerbeer pf c1837 2nd version of S.412i, S.412iii
412iii
(*412ii)
Réminiscences des Huguenots (Grande fantaisie dramatique sur des thèmes de l'opéra de Meyerbeer) pf 1842 3rd version of S.412i, S.412ii
412a–413 Réminiscences de Robert le Diable (Grande fantaisie sur des motifs de l'opéra de Meyerbeer): pf 1841–46 based on themes from the opera Robert le diable by Giacomo Meyerbeer
412a
Cavatine
pf c1846 based on Isabella's cavatina from the opera Robert le diable by Giacomo Meyerbeer
413
Valse infernale
pf 1841 based on the Valse infernale and Air de ballet from the opera Robert le diable by Giacomo Meyerbeer; arr for pf4h as S.630
414 Illustrations du Prophète: pf 1849–50 based on themes from the opera Le prophète by Giacomo Meyerbeer
414/1
Prière. Hymne triomphal. Marche du sacre
pf 1849–50 based on themes from the opera Le prophète by Giacomo Meyerbeer
414/2
Les patineurs. Scherzo
pf 1849–50 based on themes from the opera Le prophète by Giacomo Meyerbeer
414/3
Pastorale. Appel aux armes
pf 1849–50 based on themes from the opera Le prophète by Giacomo Meyerbeer
414/4
Fantasie und Fuge über den Choral Ad nos, ad salutarem undam
pf c1850 based on a theme from the opera Le prophète by Giacomo Meyerbeer; arr of S.259; lost; apparently never notated but performed by Liszt [38] [n][b]
415 Illustrations de l'opéra L'Africaine: pf 1865 based on themes from the opera L'Africaine by Giacomo Meyerbeer
415/1
Prière des matelots
pf 1865 based on the sailors' prayer from Act III of the opera L'Africaine by Giacomo Meyerbeer
415/2
Marche indienne
pf 1865 based on the Indian March from Act IV of the opera L'Africaine by Giacomo Meyerbeer
416 Le moine (Meyerbeer) pf 1841 arr of the song by Meyerbeer
417
Mosonyi[edit]
[INDEX↑]
417 Fantaisie sur l'opéra hongroise Szép Ilonka pf 1865–67 based on themes from the opera Szép Ilonka by Mihály Mosonyi
418
Mozart[edit]
[INDEX↑]
418 Réminiscences de Don Juan (Grande fantaisie) pf 1841 based on themes from the opera Don Giovanni, K.527 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; arr for 2pf as S.656
419
Pacini[edit]
[INDEX↑]
419 Grande fantaisie sur des motifs de Niobe (Divertissement sur la cavatine "I tuoi frequenti palpiti") pf 1835–36 based on themes from the opera Niobe by Giovanni Pacini; published as Op.5 No.1; arr for pf orch as S.713c
420
Paganini[edit]
[INDEX↑]
420 Grande fantaisie de bravoure sur La clochette pf c1832 based on the main theme of the last mvt of the Violin Concerto No.2, Op.7 by Niccolò Paganini; published as Op.5 No.1; arr for pf orch as S.713b
421
Raff[edit]
[INDEX↑]
421 Andante Finale und Marsch aus der Oper König Alfred: pf 1853 based on extracts from the opera König Alfred, WoO.14, by Joachim Raff; arr for pf4h as S.631
421/1
Andante
pf 1853 arr for pf4h as S.631/1
421/2
Marsch
pf 1853 arr for pf4h as S.631/2
421a–424
Rossini[edit]
[INDEX↑]
421a
(*750)
"Introduction" (des Variations sur une marche du Siège de Corinthe) pf 1830 based on a march from the opera Le siège de Corinthe by Gioachino Rossini; Introduction only, the Variations lost [39]
421b
(*751)
Fantaisie sur des thèmes de Maometto et Mose (Maometto-Fantasie) pf 1839–41 based on themes from the operas Maometto secondo and Mosè in Egitto by Gioachino Rossini
422i Grande fantaisie sur des motifs de La serenata e L'orgia des Soirées musicales pf 1835–36 based on Nos.4 and 11 of the song cycle Les soirées musicales by Gioachino Rossini; 1st version of S.422ii
422ii Grande fantaisie sur des motifs de La serenata e L'orgia des Soirées musicales pf 1840 2nd version of S.422i
423 Fantaisie sur des motifs de La pastorella dell'Alpi e Li marinari des Soirées musicales pf 1835–36 based on Nos.12 and 6 of the song cycle Les soirées musicales by Gioachino Rossini
424 Soirées musicales de Rossini: pf 1837 based on the song cycle Les soirées musicales by Gioachino Rossini
424/1
La promessa (Canzonetta)
pf 1837 based on No.1 of the Les soirées musicales by Gioachino Rossini
424/2
La regata veneziana (Notturno)
pf 1837 based on No.9 of the Les soirées musicales by Gioachino Rossini
424/3
L'invito (Bolero)
pf 1837 based on No.5 of the Les soirées musicales by Gioachino Rossini
424/4
La gita in gondola (Barcarola)
pf 1837 based on No.7 of the Les soirées musicales by Gioachino Rossini
424/5
Il rimprovero (Canzonetta)
pf 1837 based on No.2 of the Les soirées musicales by Gioachino Rossini
424/6
La pastorella dell'Alpi (Tirolese)
pf 1837 based on No.6 of the Les soirées musicales by Gioachino Rossini
424/7
La partenza (Canzonetta)
pf 1837 based on No.3 of the Les soirées musicales by Gioachino Rossini
424/8
La pesca (Notturno)
pf 1837 based on No.10 of the Les soirées musicales by Gioachino Rossini
424/9
La danza (Tarantella Napoletana)
pf 1837 based on No.8 of the Les soirées musicales by Gioachino Rossini
424/10
La serenata (Notturno)
pf 1837 based on No.11 of the Les soirées musicales by Gioachino Rossini
424/11
L'orgia (Arietta)
pf 1837 based on No.4 of the Les soirées musicales by Gioachino Rossini
424/12
Li marinari (Duetto)
pf 1837 based on No.12 of the Les soirées musicales by Gioachino Rossini
425–427
Schubert[edit]
[INDEX↑]
425 Mélodies hongroises d'après Franz Schubert (Schuberts ungarische Melodien): pf 1838–39 based on Divertissement à la hongroise, D.818 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.425a
425/1
Andante
pf 1838–39 based on No.1 of Divertissement à la hongroise, D.818 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.425a/1
425/2a
Marche hongroise
pf 1838–39 based on No.2 of Divertissement à la hongroise, D.818 by Franz Schubert; 1st version ("1st Diabelli edition") of S.425/2b, S.425/2c, S.425/2d, S.425/2e, S.425a/2
425/2b
Marche hongroise
pf 1840 2nd version ("Richault edition") of S.425/2a, S.425/2c, S.425/2d, S.425/2e, S.425a/2
425/2c
Marche hongroise
pf 1840 3rd version ("Lucca edition") of S.425/2a, S.425/2b, S.425/2d, S.425/2e, S.425a/2; arr for orch as S.363/4
425/2d
Marche hongroise
pf 1879 5th version ("Menter transcription") of S.425/2a, S.425/2b, S.425/2c, S.425/2e, S.425a/2
425/2e
Marche hongroise
pf 1883 6th version ("3rd edition") of S.425/2a, S.425/2b, S.425/2c, S.425/2d, S.425a/2
425/3
Allegretto
pf 1838–39 based on No.3 of Divertissement à la hongroise, D.818 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.425a/3
425a Mélodies hongroises d'après Franz Schubert (Schuberts ungarische Melodien): pf 1846 2nd (simplified) version of S.425
425a/1
Andante
pf 1846 2nd (simplified) version of S.425/1
425a/2
Marcia
pf 1846 4th (simplified) version ("2nd Diabelli edition") of S.425/2a, S.425/2b, S.425/2c, S.425/2d, S.425/2e
425a/3
Allegretto
pf 1846 2nd (simplified) version of S.425/3
426 (3) Märsche von Franz Schubert: pf 1846 arr for orch as S.363
426/1
Trauermarsch (Grande marche funèbre)
pf 1846 based on No.5 of 6 Grandes marches, Op.40/D.819 by Franz Schubert; arr for orch as S.363/2
426/2
Grande marche
pf 1846 based on No.3 of 6 Grandes marches, Op.40/D.819, and on Grande marche funèbre, Op.55/D.859 by Franz Schubert; arr for orch as S.363/1
426/3
Grande marche caractéristique
pf 1846 based on Nos.1 and 2 of 2 Marches caractéristiques, Op.121/D.886, and on Nos.1 and 2 of 6 Grandes marches, Op.40/D.819 by Franz Schubert; arr for orch as S.363/3
426a Marche militaire (Grande paraphrase de concert) pf c1870? based on No.1 of 3 Marches militaires, Op.51/D.733 by Franz Schubert
427 Soirées de Vienne (Valses-caprices d'après François Schubert): pf 1846–52 based on pf dances by Franz Schubert
427/1
(Allegretto malinconico)
pf A major 1846–52 based on No.1 of 16 Deutsche Tänze und 2 Ecossaisen, Op.33/D.783, and on No.22 of 36 Originaltänze, Op.9/D.365, and on No.14 of 16 Ländler und 2 Ecossaisen, Op.67/D.734 by Franz Schubert
427/2
(Poco Allegro)
pf A major 1846–52 based on Nos.1, 6, and 32 of 36 Originaltänze, Op.9/D.365, and on Nos.15–17 of 12 Walzer, 17 Ländler und 9 Ecossaisen, Op.18/D.145 by Franz Schubert
427/3
(Allegro vivace)
pf E major 1846–52 based on Nos.1, 6, and 9 of 12 Walzer, 17 Ländler und 9 Ecossaisen, Op.18/D.145, and on No.4 of 16 Deutsche Tänze und 2 Ecossaisen, Op.33/D.783, and on Nos.19, 20, and 25 of 36 Originaltänze, Op.9/D.365 by Franz Schubert
427/4
(Andantino a capriccio)
pf D major 1846–52 based on Nos.29 and 33 of 36 Originaltänze, Op.9/D.365 by Franz Schubert
427/5
(Moderato cantabile con affetto)
pf G major 1846–52 based on No.14 of 36 Originaltänze, Op.9/D.365, and on No.3 of 12 Valses nobles, Op.77/D.969 by Franz Schubert
427/6
(Allegro con strepito)
pf A minor 1846–52 based on Nos.9 and 10 of 12 Valses nobles, Op.77/D.969, and on No.13 of 34 Valses sentimentales, Op.50/D.779 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.427/6a, S.427/6b
427/6a
(Allegro con spirito)
pf A minor 1879 2nd version of S.427/6, S.427/6a
427/6b
(Allegro con spirito)
pf A minor 1883? 3rd version of S.427/6, S.427/6a
427/7
(Allegro spiritoso)
pf A major 1846–52 based on Nos.1, 7, and 10 of 16 Deutsche Tänze und 2 Ecossaisen, Op.33/D.783 by Franz Schubert
427/8
(Allegro con brio)
pf D major 1846–52 based on Nos.2, 5, 9, 13, and 14 of 16 Deutsche Tänze und 2 Ecossaisen, Op.33/D.783, and on Nos.2 and 11 of 34 Valses sentimentales, Op.50/D.779 by Franz Schubert
427/9
(Preludio a capriccio)
pf A major 1846–52 based on No.2 of 36 Originaltänze, Op.9/D.365 by Franz Schubert
428
Soriano[edit]
[INDEX↑]
428 Feuille morte (Élégie d'après Soriano) pf 1845 based on an unidentified composition by Mariano Soriano-Fuertes [es]
429
Tchaikovsky[edit]
[INDEX↑]
429 Polonaise aus der Oper Jewgeny Onegin pf 1879 based on the Polonaise from the opera Eugene Onegin, Op.24 by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
430
Végh[edit]
[INDEX↑]
430 Valse de concert pf 1882–83 based on part of the Suite en forme de valse by János Végh
431–438
Verdi[edit]
[INDEX↑]
431i Salve Maria de Jérusalem pf 1848 arr of Giselda's prayer from the opera I Lombardi alla prima crociata by Giuseppe Verdi; 1st version of S.431ii
431ii Salve Maria de Jérusalem pf 1882 2nd version of S.431i
431a Ernani de Verdi (Première paraphrase de concert) pf 1847 based on themes from the opera Ernani by Giuseppe Verdi; different themes than S.432; unpublished
431b Ernani de Verdi ([Deuxième] Paraphrase de Concert) pf 1849 based on themes from the opera Ernani by Giuseppe Verdi; different themes than S.431a; 1st version of S.432 [a]
432 Ernani de Verdi ([Deuxième] Paraphrase de Concert) pf 1859 different themes than S.431a; 2nd version of S.431b
433 Miserere du Trovatore (Paraphrase de concert) pf 1859 based on the Miserere from Act IV of the opera Il trovatore by Giuseppe Verdi
434 Paraphrase de concert sur Rigoletto pf 1855–59? based on the quartet from Act III of the opera Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi
435 Finale de Don Carlos (Coro di festa e Marcia funebre) pf 1867–68 arr of the finale ("Ce jour est plein d'allégresse") from the opera Don Carlos by Giuseppe Verdi
436 Danza sacra e duetto finale d'Aida pf 1876? arr of extracts from the opera Aida by Giuseppe Verdi
437i Agnus Dei della Messa da Requiem di Giuseppe Verdi pf 1877 based on No.5 of the Requiem by Giuseppe Verdi; 1st version of S.437ii; arr for org/harm as S.675c/i
437ii Agnus Dei della Messa da Requiem di Giuseppe Verdi pf 1882 2nd version of S.437i; arr for org/harm as S.675c/ii
438 Réminiscences de Boccanegra pf 1882 based on themes from the revised version of the opera Simon Boccanegra by Giuseppe Verdi
439–450
Wagner[edit]
[INDEX↑]
439 Phantasiestück über Motive aus Rienzi pf 1859 based on the battle-hymn "Santo spitiro cavaliere" (Act III, No. 10) from the opera Rienzi, WWV.49 by Richard Wagner
440 Spinnerlied aus dem Fliegenden Holländer pf 1860 based on the Chœur des fileuses from Act II of the opera Der fliegende Holländer, WWV.63 by Richard Wagner
441 Ballade aus dem Fliegenden Holländer pf 1872 based on Senta's ballad from Act II of the opera Der fliegende Holländer, WWV.63 by Richard Wagner
442 Ouvertüre zu Tannhäuser pf 1848 based on the Overture to the opera Tannhäuser, WWV.70 by Richard Wagner
443i Pilgerchor aus Tannhäuser pf 1861 based on the chorus "Heil! Heil! Der Gnade Wunder Heil!" from Act III of the opera Tannhäuser, WWV.70 by Richard Wagner; 1st version of S.443ii; arr for org/harm as S.676i
443ii Pilgerchor aus Tannhäuser pf 1885? 2nd version of S.443i; arr for org/harm as S.676ii
444 O du mein holder Abendstern (Rezitativ und Romanze aus der Oper Tannhäuser) pf 1849 based on Wolfram's aria from Act III of the opera Tannhäuser, WWV.70 by Richard Wagner; arr for vc pf by Liszt and Bernhard Cossmann as S.380
445 (2) Stücke aus Tannhäuser und Lohengrin: pf 1852 arr for pf4h as S.634b
445/1a
Einzug der Gäste auf der Wartburg
pf 1852 based on the March from Act II of the opera Tannhäuser, WWV.70 by Richard Wagner; 1st version of S.445/1b, S.445/1c; arr for pf4h as S.634b/1
445/1b
Einzug der Gäste auf der Wartburg
pf 1874 2nd version of S.445/1a, S.445/1c
445/1c
Einzug der Gäste auf der Wartburg
pf 1876 3rd version ("Neue vermehtre Ausgabe") of S.445/1a, S.445/1b
445/2
Elsas Brautzug zum Münster
pf 1852 based on Elsa's bridal procession from Act II of the opera Lohengrin, WWV.75 by Richard Wagner; arr for pf4h as S.634b/2
446 Aus Lohengrin: pf 1854 based on themes from the opera Lohengrin, WWV 75 by Richard Wagner
446/1
Festspiel und Brautlied
pf 1854 based on the Prelude and Bridal Chorus from Act III of the opera Lohengrin, WWV.75 by Richard Wagner
446/2
Elsas Traum
pf 1854 based on Elsa's Dream from Act I of the opera Lohengrin, WWV.75 by Richard Wagner
446/3
Lohengrins Verweis an Elsa
pf 1854 based on Lohengrin's Rebuke to Elsa from Act III of the opera Lohengrin, WWV.75 by Richard Wagner
447 Isoldens Liebestod (Schlußszene aus Wagners Tristan und Isolde) pf 1867 arr of the transfiguration scene from the opera Tristan und Isolde, WWV.90 by Richard Wagner; 1st version of S.447a
447a Isoldens Liebestod (Schlußszene aus Wagners Tristan und Isolde) pf 1875 2nd (revised) version of S.447 [a]
448 Am stillen Herd pf 1871 based on the song from Act I of Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, WWV 96 by Richard Wagner
449 Walhall aus Der Ring des Nibelungen pf 1875 based on themes from the final scene of the opera Das Rheingold, WWV.86A by Richard Wagner
450 Feierlicher Marsch zum heiligen Gral aus Parsifal pf 1882 based on the theme of the march from Act I of the opera Parsifal, WWV.111 by Richard Wagner
451–455
Weber[edit]
[INDEX↑]
451 Freischütz Fantasie pf 1840 based on "Und ob die Wolke sie verhülle" (Act III) and Waltz (Act I) from the opera Der Freischütz, Op.77 by Carl Maria von Weber
452 Leyer und Schwerdt (Heroide nach Carl Maria von Weber) pf 1848 based on the themes of Nos.6, 3 and 2 from the choral song collection Leyer und Schwerdt by Carl Maria von Weber
453 Einsam bin ich, nicht allein (Volkslied aus dem Schauspiel Preziosa) pf 1848 based on Preciosa's song (Act II, No.7) from the incidental music to Preciosa, Op.78 by Carl Maria von Weber
454 Schlummerlied mit Arabesken pf 1848 based on the chorus Schlummerlied, Op.68 No.4, by Carl Maria von Weber
455 Polacca brillante (Weber) pf 1851 arr of S.367
456
Zichy[edit]
[INDEX↑]
456 Valse d'Adèle (Transcription brillante) pf 1877 arr of No.3 of 6 Etudes pour la main gauche seule by Géza Zichy
457
Unknown[edit]
[INDEX↑]
457 ? pf renumbered?
458 Reminiscences de La Scala (Fantasie über italienische Opernmelodien) [Fantasy on Il Giuramento (Mercadante)] pf 1838–39 based on themes from the opera Il giuramento by Saverio Mercadante, and on another unidentified source
459 ? pf renumbered?
460 Kavallerie-Geschwindmarsch pf 1870? Score recently rediscovered;[40] possibly 2nd version of S.233
461–577
Transcriptions, piano reductions[edit]
[INDEX↑]
461–461a
Allegri/Mozart[edit]
[INDEX↑]
461i À la Chapelle Sixtine (Miserere d'Allegri et Ave verum Corpus de Mozart) pf 1862 based on the Miserere by Gregorio Allegri and Ave verum corpus, K.618 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; 1st version of S.461ii; arr for orch as S.360
461ii À la Chapelle Sixtine (Miserere d'Allegri et Ave verum Corpus de Mozart) pf 1862 2nd version of S.461i; arr for pf4h as S.633, for org/harm as S.658
461a Ave verum corpus de Mozart pf 1867 arr of the Ave verum corpus, K.618 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; arr for org/harm as S.674d; see also S.44, 461i
462–463
Bach[edit]
[INDEX↑]
462 (6) Preludes and Fugues by J. S. Bach: pf 1842–50
462/1
Präludium und Fuge
pf A minor 1842–50 arr of Prelude and Fugue, BWV 543 by Johann Sebastian Bach
462/2
Präludium und Fuge
pf C major 1842–50 arr of Prelude and Fugue, BWV 545 by Johann Sebastian Bach
462/3
Präludium und Fuge
pf C minor 1842–50 arr of Prelude and Fugue, BWV 546 by Johann Sebastian Bach
462/4
Präludium und Fuge
pf C major 1842–50 arr of Prelude and Fugue, BWV 547 by Johann Sebastian Bach
462/5
Präludium und Fuge
pf E minor 1842–50 arr of Prelude and Fugue, BWV 548 by Johann Sebastian Bach
462/6
Präludium und Fuge
pf B minor 1842–50 arr of Prelude and Fugue, BWV 544 by Johann Sebastian Bach
463i Orgel Fantasie und Fuge pf G minor 1861? arr of Fantasia and Fugue, BWV 542, by Johann Sebastian Bach; 1st version of S.463ii
463ii Orgel Fantasie und Fuge pf G minor 1868 2nd version of S.463i
463a–469
Beethoven[edit]
[INDEX↑]
463a Symphonies de L. van Beethoven. Partition de piano: pf 1839 originally intended to include only the Symphonies Nos.3, 5, 6, and 7
463a
L. van Beethoven 5me Symphonie
pf C minor 1835–37 arr of the Symphony No.5, Op.67 by Ludwig van Beethoven; 1st version of S.464/5
463b
L. van Beethoven 6me Symphonie (Symphonie pastorale)
pf F major 1835–37 arr of the Symphony No.6, Op.68 by Ludwig van Beethoven; 1st version of S.463c, S.464/6
463c
Symphonie No. 6 de Beethoven
pf F major c1840 2nd version of S.463b, S.464/6; only the 5th mvt differs from the 1st version
463d
7me Symphonie in La mineur de L. van Beethoven, oeuv: 92
pf A major 1838 arr of the Symphony No.7, Op.92 by Ludwig van Beethoven; 1st version of S.464/7
463e
Marche funèbre de la Sinfonie héroïque de L. van Beethoven
pf 1841 arr of 2nd mvt from Symphony No.3, Op.55 by Ludwig van Beethoven; 1st version of 2nd mvt of S.464/3; Liszt originally intended to arr the full symphony, but only this mvt was completed and published
464 (9) Symphonies de Beethoven: pf 1863–64
464/1
Symphonie No. 1 de Beethoven
pf C major 1863–64 arr of the Symphony No. 1, Op.21 by Ludwig van Beethoven
464/2
Symphonie No. 2 de Beethoven
pf D major 1863–64 arr of the Symphony No.2, Op.36 by Ludwig van Beethoven;
464/3
Symphonie No. 3 de Beethoven
pf E major 1863–64 arr of the Symphony No.3, Op.55 by Ludwig van Beethoven; 2nd mvt is 2nd version of S.463e
464/4
Symphonie No. 4 de Beethoven
pf B major 1863–64 arr of the Symphony No.4, Op.60 by Ludwig van Beethoven;
464/5
Symphonie No. 5 de Beethoven
pf C minor 1863–64 arr of the Symphony No.5, Op.67 by Ludwig van Beethoven; 2nd version of S.463a
464/6
Symphonie No. 6 de Beethoven
pf F major 1863–64 arr of the Symphony No.6, Op.68 by Ludwig van Beethoven; 3rd version of S.463b, S.463c
464/7
Symphonie No. 7 de Beethoven
pf A major 1863–64 arr of the Symphony No.7, Op.92 by Ludwig van Beethoven; 2nd version of S.463c
464/8
Symphonie No. 8 de Beethoven
pf F major 1863–64 arr of the Symphony No.8, Op.93 by Ludwig van Beethoven
464/9
Symphonie No. 9 de Beethoven
pf D minor 1863–64 arr of S.657
465 Grand septuor de Beethoven pf 1840 arr of the Septet, Op.20 by Ludwig van Beethoven; arr for pf4h as S.634
466i
(*466a)
Adelaide von Beethoven pf 1839 arr of the song Adelaide, Op.46 by Ludwig van Beethoven; 1st version of S.466ii, S.466iii
466ii
(*466b)
Adelaide von Beethoven pf 1841 arr of the song Adelaide, Op.46 by Ludwig van Beethoven; 2nd version of S.466i, S.466iii
466iii
(*466)
Adelaide von Beethoven pf 1847 arr of the song Adelaide, Op.46 by Ludwig van Beethoven; 3rd version of S.466i, S.466ii
467 Beethovens (6) geistliche Lieder von Gellert: pf 1840 arr of 6 Lieder von Gellert, Op.48 by Ludwig van Beethoven; published as Vol.1 of Konzerttranskriptionen über 10 geistliche Lieder von Beethoven und Schubert (with S.562 as Vol.2)
467/1
Gottes Macht und Vorsehung
pf 1840 arr of No.5 of 6 Lieder von Gellert, Op.48 by Ludwig van Beethoven
467/2
Bitten
pf 1840 arr of No.1 of 6 Lieder von Gellert, Op.48 by Ludwig van Beethoven
467/3
Bußlied
pf 1840 arr of No.6 6 Lieder von Gellert, Op.48 by Ludwig van Beethoven
467/4
Vom Tode
pf 1840 arr of No.3 of 6 Lieder von Gellert, Op.48 by Ludwig van Beethoven
467/5
Die Liebe des Nächsten
pf 1840 arr of No.2 of 6 Lieder von Gellert, Op.48 by Ludwig van Beethoven
467/6
Die Ehre Gottes aus der Natur
pf 1840 arr of No.4 of 6 Lieder von Gellert, Op.48 by Ludwig van Beethoven
468 Beethovens (6) Lieder von Goethe: pf 1849
468/1
Mignon
pf 1849 arr of No.1 of 6 songs, Op.75 by Ludwig van Beethoven
468/2
Mit einem gemalten Bande
pf 1849 arr of No.3 of 3 Songs, Op.83 by Ludwig van Beethoven
468/3
Freudvoll und leidvoll
pf 1849 arr of the song from the incidental music to Egmont, Op.84 by Ludwig van Beethoven
468/4
Es war einmal ein König
pf 1849 arr of No.3 of 6 songs, Op.75 by Ludwig van Beethoven
468/5
Wonne der Wehmut
pf 1849 arr of No.1 of 3 Songs, Op.83 by Ludwig van Beethoven
468/6
Die Trommel gerühret
pf 1849 arr of the song from the incidental music to Egmont, Op.84 by Ludwig van Beethoven
469 An die ferne Geliebte (Liederkreis von Ludwig van Beethoven): pf 1849 arr of the song cycle An die ferne Geliebte, Op.98 by Ludwig van Beethoven
469/1
Auf dem Hügel
pf 1849 arr of No.1 from An die ferne Geliebte, Op.98 by Ludwig van Beethoven
469/2
Wo die Bergen
pf 1849 arr of No.2 from An die ferne Geliebte, Op.98 by Ludwig van Beethoven
469/3
Leichte Segler
pf 1849 arr of No.3 from An die ferne Geliebte, Op.98 by Ludwig van Beethoven
469/4
Diese Wolken
pf 1849 arr of No.4 from An die ferne Geliebte, Op.98 by Ludwig van Beethoven
469/5
Es kehret der Maien
pf 1849 arr of No.5 from An die ferne Geliebte, Op.98 by Ludwig van Beethoven
469/6
Nimm sie hin denn
pf 1849 arr of No.6 from An die ferne Geliebte, Op.98 by Ludwig van Beethoven
470–475
Berlioz[edit]
[INDEX↑]
470 Episode de la vie d'un artiste (Grande symphonie fantastique par Hector Berlioz) pf 1833 arr of the Symphonie fantastique, Op.14/H.48 by Hector Berlioz; 4th mvt also published separately as Marche au supplice de la Sinfonie fantastique de Hector Berlioz as 1st version of S.470a/2
470a Marche au supplice de la Sinfonie fantastique (Épisode de la vie d'un artiste) de Hector Berlioz pf 1865
470a/1
Introduction – L'idée fixe
pf B major 1865 2nd (simplified) version of S.395
470a/2
Marche au supplice
pf G minor 1865 2nd (simplified) version of 4th mvt from S.470
471 Ouverture des Francs-Juges de Hector Berlioz pf 1833 arr of the concert overture to the opera Les francs-juges, Op.3/H.23 by Hector Berlioz
472i Harold en Italie (Symphonie en quatre parties de Berlioz) pf (+va) c1836 arr of the symphony Harold en Italie, Op.16/H.68 by Hector Berlioz; 1st version of S.472ii; 2nd mvt arr for pf (without va) as S.473i
472ii Harold en Italie (Symphonie de Berlioz) pf (+va) 1850–59? 2nd version of S.472i
473i Marche des pèlerins chantant la prière du soir (de la symphonie d'Harold composée par Berlioz) pf c1836–37 arr of the "Pilgrims' march" (2nd mvt) from the symphony Harold en Italie, Op.16/H.68 by Hector Berlioz; 1st version of S.473ii; later intended to be No.5 for S.171d
473ii
(*473)
Marche des pèlerins – Chantant la prière du soir (de la symphonie Harold en Italie de Hector Berlioz) pf 1862 2nd version of S.473i
474 Ouverture du Roi Lear de Hector Berlioz pf 1833 arr of the overture to Roi Lear, Op.4/H.53 by Hector Berlioz
475 Valse des Sylphes de La damnation de Faust de Hector Berlioz pf c1860 arr of Ballet des Sylphes from part II of La damnation de Faust, Op.24/H.111 by Hector Berlioz
476–477a
Bertin[edit]
[INDEX↑]
476 Esmeralda (Opéra en 4 actes de L. Bertin) vv ch pf 1837 vocal score arr of the opera La Esmeralda by Louise-Angelique Bertin; No.10 re-used as S.477a/3; No.11 re-used as S.477a/1; No.13 re-used as S.477, S.477a/2
477 Air chanté par Massol de Esmerelda de L. Bertin pf 1837 arr of Quasimodo's aria "Mon Dieu! j'aime" (No.13) from the opera La Esmeralda by Louise-Angelique Bertin; re-used from S.476/13; re-used as S.477a/2
477a (3) Morceaux detachés d'Esmeralda de L. Bertin: pf 1837 arr of extracts from the opera La Esmeralda by Louise Angelique Bertin, re-used from S.476
477a/1
Entracte, Recitatif et Romance
pf 1837 arr of "Quoi! lui" (No.11) from the opera La Esmeralda by Louise Angelique Bertin; re-used from S.476/11
477a/2
Air
pf 1837 re-used from S.476/13, S.477
477a/3
Scène et Trio
pf 1837 arr of "D'ici vous pourrez voir, sans être vu" (No.10) from the opera La Esmeralda by Louise Angelique Bertin; re-used from S.476/10
478
Bulakhov[edit]
[INDEX↑]
478i
(*478)
Galop Russe (Bulhakow's Russischer Galop) pf 1843–44 arr of the song You Will Not Believe by Pyotr Bulakhov; 1st version of S.478ii [41]
478ii Galop par Constantin Bulhakow arrangé par Liszt pf 1844 2nd version of S.478i [41]
479
Bülow[edit]
[INDEX↑]
479 Tanto gentile e tanto onesta (Dante's Sonett von Hans von Bülow) pf 1874 arr of the song Wenn sie euch grüsst mit freundlicher Gebärde, Op.22, by Hans von Bülow
480
Chopin[edit]
[INDEX↑]
480 6 Polish Songs (after Chopin): pf 1857–60 arr of 6 of 17 Polish songs, Op.74 by Frédéric Chopin
480/1
Mädchens Wunsch (Zyczenie)
pf 1857–60 arr of No.1 of 17 Polish songs, Op.74 by Frédéric Chopin
480/2
Frühling (Wiosna)
pf 1857–60 arr of No.2 of 17 Polish songs, Op.74 by Frédéric Chopin
480/3
Das Ringlein (Pierścień)
pf 1857–60 arr of No.14 of 17 Polish songs, Op.74 by Frédéric Chopin
480/4
Bacchanal (Hulanka)
pf 1857–60 arr of No.4 of 17 Polish songs, Op.74 by Frédéric Chopin
480/5
Meine Freuden (Moja pieszczotka)
pf 1857–60 arr of No.12 of 17 Polish songs, Op.74 by Frédéric Chopin; 1st version of S.480/5a
480/5a
(*480/5bis)
Mes Joies
pf 1860 or later 2nd version of S.480/5
480/6
Die Heimkehr (Narzeczony)
pf 1857–60 arr of No.15 of 17 Polish songs, Op.74 by Frédéric Chopin
481
Conradi[edit]
[INDEX↑]
481 Zigeuner-Polka (La célèbre Zigeunerpolka d'August Conradi) pf 1848 arr of No.2 of 2 Zigeuner-Polkas, Op.5 by August Conradi
482
Cui[edit]
[INDEX↑]
482 Tarentelle de César Cui pf 1885 arr of the Tarantella, Op.12 by César Cui
483
Dargomyzhsky[edit]
[INDEX↑]
483 Tarantella de Dargomijski pf 1879 arr of the Tarantella slave by Alexander Dargomyzhsky
483a–484
David[edit]
[INDEX↑]
483a
(*483bis)
Souvenir de Russie (d'après Ferdinand David) pf B minor 1842 arr of No.22 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David; 1st version of S.484/22
484 Bunte Reihe (24 Stücke von Ferdinand David): pf 1850 arr of the collection Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/1
Scherzo
pf C major 1850 arr of No.1 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/2
Erinnerung
pf C minor 1850 arr of No.2 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/3
Mazurka
pf D major 1850 arr of No.3 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/4
Tanz
pf C mino 1850 arr of No.4 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/5
Kinderlied
pf D major 1850 arr of No.5 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/6
Capriccio
pf D minor 1850 arr of No.6 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/7
Bolero
pf E major 1850 arr of No.7 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/8
Elegie
pf E minor 1850 arr of No.8 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/9
Marsch
pf E major 1850 arr of No.9 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/10
Toccata
pf E minor 1850 arr of No.10 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/11
Gondellied
pf F major 1850 arr of No.11 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/12
Im Sturm
pf F minor 1850 arr of No.12 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/13
Romanze
pf F major 1850 arr of No.13 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/14
Allegro agitato
pf F minor 1850 arr of No.14 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/15
Menuetto
pf G major 1850 arr of No.15 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/16
Etüde
pf G minor 1850 arr of No.16 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/17
Intermezzo
pf A major 1850 arr of No.17 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/18
Serenade
pf G minor 1850 arr of No.18 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/19
Ungarisch
pf A major 1850 arr of No.19 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David; 1st version of S.484/19a
484/19a
(*484/19bis)
Ungarisch
pf A major 1850 2nd version of S.484/19
484/20
Tarantella
pf A minor 1850 arr of No.20 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/21
Impromptu
pf B major 1850 arr of No.21 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/22
Im russischer Weise
pf B minor 1850 2nd version of S.483a
484/23
Lied
pf B major 1850 arr of No.23 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
484/24
Capriccio
pf B mnor 1850 arr of No.24 from Bunte Reihe by Ferdinand David
485
Dessauer[edit]
[INDEX↑]
485 Dessauers (3) Lieder: pf 1846–47
485/1
Lockung
pf 1846–47 arr of the song by Josef Dessauer
485/2
Zwei Wege
pf 1846–47 arr of the song by Josef Dessauer
485/3
Spanisches Lied (Bolero)
pf 1846–47 arr of the song by Josef Dessauer
485a
Draeseke[edit]
[INDEX↑]
485a Der Schwur am Rütli (von F. Draeseke) pf 1870 arr of the cantata by Felix Draeseke
485b
Ernst[edit]
[INDEX↑]
485b Die Gräberinsel (Lied von Ernst, Herzog zu Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha) pf 1842 arr of the song by Ernst II, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
486
Egressy/Erkel[edit]
[INDEX↑]
486 Szózat und Ungarischer Hymnus (Szózat és Magyar Himnusz) pf 1872 arr of S.353
487
Festetics[edit]
[INDEX↑]
487 Spanisches Ständchen (Melodie von Graf Leó Festetics) pf 1844 arr of the song by Leo Festetics
488–489
Franz[edit]
[INDEX↑]
488 Er ist gekommen in Sturm und Regen (Lied von Robert Franz) pf 1848 arr of No.7 of 12 Gesänge, Op.4 by Robert Franz
489/1–5 (12) Lieder von Robert Franz
Vol.I: Schilflieder:
pf 1848
489/1
Auf geheimen Waldespfadeie
pf 1848 arr of No.1 of Schilflieder, Op.2, by Robert Franz
489/2
Drüben geht die Sonne scheiden
pf 1848 arr of No.2 of Schilflieder, Op.2, by Robert Franz
489/3
Trübe wird's
pf 1848 arr of No.3 of Schilflieder, Op.2, by Robert Franz
489/4
Sonnenuntergang
pf 1848 arr of No.4 of Schilflieder, Op.2, by Robert Franz
489/5
Auf dem Teich
pf 1848 arr of No.5 of Schilflieder, Op.2, by Robert Franz
489/6–8 (12) Lieder von Robert Franz
Vol.II: Drei Lieder:
pf 1848
489/6
Der Schalk
pf 1848 arr of No.1 of 6 Gesänge, Op.3, by Robert Franz
489/7
Der Bote
pf 1848 arr of No.1 of 6 Gesänge, Op.8, by Robert Franz
489/8
Meeresstille
pf 1848 arr of No.2 of 6 Gesänge, Op.8, by Robert Franz
489/9–12 (12) Lieder von Robert Franz
Vol.III: Vier Lieder:
pf 1848
489/9
Treibt der Sommer seinen Rosen
pf 1848 arr of No.5 of 6 Gesänge, Op.8, by Robert Franz
489/10
Gewitternacht
pf 1848 arr of No.6 of 6 Gesänge, Op.8, by Robert Franz
489/11
Das ist ein Brausen und Heulen
pf 1848 arr of No.4 of 6 Gesänge, Op.8, by Robert Franz
489/12
Frühling und Liebe
pf 1848 arr of No.3 of 6 Gesänge, Op.3, by Robert Franz
490
Goldschmidt[edit]
[INDEX↑]
490 Liebesszene und Fortunas Kugel aus dem Oratorium Die sieben Todsünden (Fantasiestück nach Adalbert von Goldschmidt) pf 1880 arr of extracts from the oratorio Die sieben Todsünden by Adalbert von Goldschmidt
491
Gounod[edit]
[INDEX↑]
491 Hymne à Sainte Cécile de Charles Gounod pf 1866 arr of Hymne à Sainte Cécile, by Charles Gounod
492
Herbeck[edit]
[INDEX↑]
492 Tanzmomente von Johann Herbeck: pf 1869 arr of the Tanzmomente, Op.14 by Johann von Herbeck
492/1
Tanzmomente No.1
pf G major 1869 arr of No.1 of the Tanzmomente, Op.14 by Johann von Herbeck
492/2
Tanzmomente No.2
pf A minor 1869 arr of No.2 of the Tanzmomente, Op.14 by Johann von Herbeck
492/3
Tanzmomente No.3
pf F major 1869 arr of No.3 of the Tanzmomente, Op.14 by Johann von Herbeck
492/4
Tanzmomente No.4
pf A major 1869 arr of No.4 of the Tanzmomente, Op.14 by Johann von Herbeck; 1st version of S.492/4a
492/4a
(*492/4bis)
Tanzmomente No.4
pf A major 1869 2nd version of S.492/4
492/5
Tanzmomente No.5
pf F major 1869 arr of No.5 of the Tanzmomente, Op.14 by Johann von Herbeck
492/6
Tanzmomente No.6
pf D major 1869 arr of No.6 of the Tanzmomente, Op.14 by Johann von Herbeck
492/7
Tanzmomente No.7
pf G major 1869 arr of No.7 of the Tanzmomente, Op.14 by Johann von Herbeck
492/8
Tanzmomente No.8
pf D major 1869 arr of No.8 of the Tanzmomente, Op.14 by Johann von Herbeck
493
Hummel[edit]
[INDEX↑]
493i Großes Septett von Johann Nepomuk Hummel pf D minor 1848 arr of Septet No.1, Op.74 by Johann Nepomuk Hummel; 1st version of S.493ii
493ii Großes Septett von Johann Nepomuk Hummel pf D minor 1869? 2nd version of S.493i
494–497
Lassen[edit]
[INDEX↑]
494i Löse, Himmel, meine Seele (Lied von Eduard Lassen) pf 1861 arr of No.5 of 6 Lieder von Peter Cornelius, Op.5 by Eduard Lassen; 1st version of S.494ii
494ii–495 2 Lieder von E. Lassen: pf 1872
494ii
Löse, Himmel, meine Seele
pf 1872 2nd version of S.494i
495
Ich weil' in tiefer Einsamkeit
pf 1872 arr of No.4 of 6 Lieder von Peter Cornelius, Op.5 by Eduard Lassen
496 Aus der Musik zu Hebbels Nibelungen und Goethes Faust: pf 1878–79
496/1
Hagen und Kreimhild
pf 1878–79 arr of extract from the incidental music to Nibelungen, Op.47, by Eduard Lassen
496/2
Bechlarn
pf 1878–79 arr of extract from the incidental music to Nibelungen, Op.47, by Eduard Lassen
496/3
Osterhymne
pf 1878–79 arr of No.2 of part I of the incidental music to Faust, Op.57, by Eduard Lassen
496/4
Hoffestliche Marsch und Polonaise
pf 1878–79 arr of Nos.2 and 3 of part II of the incidental music to Faust, Op.57, by Eduard Lassen
497 Symphonisches Zwischenspiel zu Über allen Zauber Liebe (Intermezzo von Eduard Lassen) pf 1883 arr of the orchestral intermezzo to Über allen Zauber Liebe, Op.77, by Eduard Lassen
498
Lessmann[edit]
[INDEX↑]
498 (3) Lieder zu Tannhäuser (Komponiert von Otto Lessmann): pf 1882 arr of 3 Lieder aus Wolff's Tannhäuser, Op.27, by Otto Lessmann
498/1
Der Lenz ist gekommen
pf 1882 arr of No.1 from 3 Lieder aus Wolff's Tannhäuser, Op.27, by Otto Lessmann
498/2
Trinklied ("Itzt hört ein neues Liedlein an")
pf 1882 arr of No.2 from 3 Lieder aus Wolff's Tannhäuser, Op.27, by Otto Lessmann
498/3
Du schaust mich an mit stummen Fragen
pf 1882 arr of No.3 from 3 Lieder aus Wolff's Tannhäuser, Op.27, by Otto Lessmann
498a–546a
Liszt[edit]
[INDEX↑]
498a 3 Stücke aus der Legende der heiligen Elisabeth: pf 1857–62 arr of extracts from S.2; see also 693a
498a/1
Orchester Einleitung
(Orchestral Introduction)
pf 1857–62 arr of the introduction from S.2
498a/2
Marsch der Kreuzritter
(Crusaders' March)
pf 1857–62 arr of S.2/3e
498a/3
Interludium
(Interlude)
pf 1857–62 arr of S.2/6a
498b 2 Orchestersätze aus dem Oratorium Christus: pf 1862–66 arr of Nos.4 and 5 from S.3
498b/1
Hirtengesang an der Krippe
pf 1862–66 arr of S.3/4
498b/2
Die heiligen drei Könige (Marsch)
pf 1862–66 arr of S.3/5
498c 2 Stücke aus dem Oratorium Christus: pf c1871 arr of Nos.1a, 1b, and 2 from S.3
498c/1a
Einleitung
pf c1871 arr of S.3/1a
498c/1b
Pastorale
pf c1871 arr of S.3/1b
498c/2
Das Wunder
pf c1871 arr of S.3/2
498d
(*499a)
San Francesco (Preludio per il Cantico del Sol) pf 1880 arr of prelude from S.4ii
499 Cantico del Sol di San Francesco d'Assisi pf 1881 arr of S.4ii
500 Excelsior! (Preludio zu dem Glocken des Strassburger Münsters) pf 1874 arr of prelude from S.6
501 Aus der Ungarischen Krönungsmesse: pf 1867 arr of extracts from S.11
501/1
Benedictus
pf 1867 arr of S.11/4
501/2
Offertorium
pf 1867 arr of S.11/5
502 Weinachtslied (Christus ist geboren) pf 1864 arr of S.32
503 Slavimo slavno, Slaveni! pf 1863 arr of S.33i
504i Ave Maria II pf D major 1869–70 arr of S.38; 1st version of S.504ii
504ii Ave Maria II pf D major 1872 2nd version of S.504i
504a Via Crucis (Les 14 stations de la croix) pf 1878–79 arr of S.53
504b (11) Alte deutsche geistliche Weisen (Choräle): pf 1878–79 arr of S.50
504b/1
Crux ave benedicta
pf 1878–79 arr of S.50/9
504b/2
Jesu Christe (Die fünf Wunden)
pf 1878–79 arr of S.50/12
504b/3
Meine Seel' erhebt den Herrn (Gott sei gnädig und barmherzig)
pf 1878–79 arr of S.50/2
504b/3a
Es segne uns Gott
pf 1878–79 arr of S.50/1; not included in published set
504b/4
Nun danket alle Gott!
pf 1878–79 arr of S.50/11
504b/5
Nun ruhen alle Wälder
pf 1878–79 arr of S.50/3
504b/6
O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden
pf 1878–79 arr of S.50/4
504b/7
O Lamm Gottes!
pf 1878–79 arr of S.50/5; arr for pf4h as S.582
504b/8
O Traurigkeit
pf 1878–79 arr of S.50/10
504b/9
Vexilla Regis
pf 1878–79 arr of S.50/8
504b/10
Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan
pf 1878–79 arr of S.50/6
504b/11
Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten
pf 1878–79 arr of S.50/7
505 In domum Domini ibimus (Zum Haus des Herrn ziehen wir) pf 1884 arr of S.57
506 Ave maris stella pf 1868 arr of 2nd version of S.34
506b
(*546a)
O Roma nobilis pf 1879 arr of S.54
507 Klavierstück aus der Bonn Beethoven-Kantate (Album-Leaf) pf 1846 based on the beginning and end of the 1st mvt of S.67
507a Schnitterchor aus den entfesselten Prometheus pf 1850 arr of No.4 from S.69i (incomplete); 1st version of S.508
508 Pastorale (Schnitterchor aus den Entfesselten Prometheus) pf 1861 arr of No.4 from S.69ii; 2nd version of S.507a
509 Gaudeamus igitur (Humoreske) pf 1869–70 arr of S.71
510 Marche héroïque pf 1847–48? based on S.82; arr for pf4h as S.587
510a 3 Chansons: pf c1852 arr of S.89a/3–5; 1st version of S.511; possibly by August Horn under Liszt's direct instructions [42]
510a/1
Avant la bataille
pf c1852 arr of S.89a/3; 1st version of S.511/1
510a/2
L'espérance
pf c1852 arr of S.89a/5; 1st version of S.511/2
510a/3
La consolation
pf c1852 arr of S.89a/4; 1st version of S.511/3
511 (3) Geharnischte Lieder: pf 1860 arr of S.90/4–6; 2nd version of S.510a
511/1
Vor der Schlacht
pf 1860 arr of S.90/4; 2nd version of S.510a/1
511/2
Nicht gezagt!
pf 1860 arr of S.90/5; 2nd version of S.510a/2
511/3
Es rufet Gott uns mahnend
pf 1860 arr of S.90/6; 2nd version of S.510a/3
511a Les préludes (Poème symphonique No.3) pf 1863 arr of S.97iv by Karl Klauser, with revisions by Liszt
511b Orpheus (Poème symphonique No.4) pf 1878 arr of S.98 by Friedrich Spiro, with revisions by Liszt
511c Mazeppa (Poème symphonique No.6) pf 1870–79? arr of S.100ii by Theophil Forchhammer, with revisions by Liszt
511d Festklänge (Poème symphonique No.7) pf 1870s arr of S.101ii by Ludwig Stark, with revisions by Liszt
511e Hungaria (Poème symphonique No.9) pf 1872 arr of S.103 by Friedrich Spiro, with revisions by Liszt
512i
(*512)
Von der Wiege bis zum Grabe (Poème symphonique No.13) pf 1881 1st version of S.512ii; arr for pf4h as S.598 [b]
512ii Von der Wiege bis zum Grabe (Poème symphonique No.13) pf 1882 arr of S.107; 2nd version of S.512i [o][p][b]
513 Gretchen aus Faust-Symphonie (Andante soave aus der Faust-Symphonie) pf by 1867 arr of mvt II from S.108ii
513a–514 2 Episoden aus Lenaus Faust: pf 1857–73
513a
Der nächtliche Zug
pf 1861–73 arr of S.110/1 by Robert Freund, with revisions by Liszt
514
Der Tanz in der Dorfschenke (Mephisto-Walzer)
pf 1857 arr for orch as S.110/2; 1st version of S.514a
514a Der Tanz in der Dorfschenke (Mephisto-Walzer)
("Mephisto Waltz No 1")
pf 1859–62 2nd version of S.514, revised with additions
515 Mephisto Waltz No.2 pf 1878–81? arr for orch as S.111, for pf4h as S.600
516 Les morts pf 1860? arr of S.112/1
516a
(*699)
La notte pf 1863–64 arr of S.112/2
517 Le triomphe funèbre du Tasse pf 1866–69 arr of S.112/3
518 Salve Polonia (Interludium aus dem Oratorium Stanislaus) pf 1863 arr of S.113ii
519 Polonaises de l'oratorio St. Stanislaus: pf 1875 arr of extracts from S.688
519/1
Polonaise No. 1
pf 1875 arr of extract from S.688
519/2
Polonaise No. 2
pf 1875 arr of extract from S.688
520i
(*520)
Künstler-Festzug zur Schillerfeier 1859 (Künstlerfestzug) pf 1857–60 arr of S.114; 1st version of S.520ii
520ii Künstlerfestzug zur Schillerfeier 1859 (Künstlerfestzug) pf 1883 2nd version of S.520i
521i
(*521)
Fest-Marsch zur Göthe Jubiläum-Feier (Göthe-Fest-Marsch) (Goethe-Festmarsch) pf 1857 2nd version of S.227, S.521ii [13] [b]
521ii Fest Marsch zur Göthe Jubiläum Feier (Göthe-Fest-Marsch) (Goethe-Festmarsch) pf c1872 3rd version of S.227, S.521i [e]
522 Festmarsch nach Motiven von E.H. z. S.-C.-G pf 1858–59 arr of S.116
523 Ungarischer Marsch zur Krönungsfeier in Ofen-Pest am 8. Juni 1867 pf 1870 arr of S.118
524 Ungarischer Sturmmarsch (Hungarian Battle March) pf 1875 2nd version of S.232; arr for orch as S.119
524a Concerto sans orchestre pf A major 1839? unfinished solo piano draft; basis for S.125; published 2006
525 Totentanz pf 1865 arr of S.126ii
526 Epithalam (zu Eduard Reményis Vermählungsfeier) pf 1872 arr of S.129
526a
(*527bis)
Romance oubliée pf 1880 1st version (short draft) of S.527; based on S.169
527 Romance oubliée pf 1880 2nd version of S.526a; arr for va pf as S.132i, for vc pf as S.132ii, for vn pf as S.132iii, for orch as S.712
*528
(230a)
Festpolonaise
529i Präludium und Fuge über das Motiv B.A.C.H. pf 1855 arr of S.260i; 1st version of S.529ii
529ii Fantasie und Fuge über das Thema B–A–C–H pf 1870 arr of S.260ii; 2nd version of S.529i
530 Hymne du Pape pf 1864 arr of S.261
531 Buch der (6) Lieder I: pf 1843 arr of various songs
531/1
Die Loreley
pf 1843 arr of S.273i
531/2
Am Rhein in schönen Strome
pf 1843 arr of S.272i
531/3
Kennst du das Land
pf 1843 arr of S.275i
531/4
Es war ein König in Thule
pf 1843 arr of S.278i
531/5
Der du von dem Himmel bist
pf 1843 arr of S.279i
531/6
Angiolin
pf 1843 arr of S.269i
532 Die Loreley pf 1861 arr of S.273ii
533 Il m'aimait tant! pf 1843 arr of S.271
534i Die Zelle in Nonnenwerth pf 1840 arr of S.274i (1st version of Die Zelle/Élégie)
534ii Elégie pf 1841 arr of S.301b/i (2nd version of Die Zelle/Élégie)
534ii/a
(*534ii-bis)
(*167)
Feuille d'album No.2 pf 1849 arr of S.301b/ii (3rd version of Die Zelle/Élégie)
534iii Die Zelle in Nonnenwerth (Elegie) pf 1881 arr of S.274ii (4th version of Die Zelle/Élégie)
535–540 Buch der Lieder für Piano allein (6 Poésies lyriques pour piano seul) II: pf 1847
535
Comment, disaient-ils
pf 1847 arr of S.276i
536
Oh! quand je dors
pf 1847 arr of S.282i
537
Enfant, si j'étais roi
pf 1847 arr of S.283i
538
S'il est un charmant gazon
pf 1847 arr of S.284i
539
La tombe et la rose
pf 1847 arr of S.285
540
Gastibelza
pf 1847 arr of S.286
540a
(*192a)
Gestorben war ich pf c1850 2nd version of S.171d/8, S.541/2
540b O lieb, so lang du lieben kannst! pf A major 1840s arr of S.298i; first draft of S.540c (U23), incomplete draft of S.541/3
540c O lieb, so lang du lieben kannst! pf A major 1840s arr of S.298i; second draft of S.540b (Z12), incomplete draft of S.541/3
541 Liebesträume, 3 Notturnos: pf 1850
541/1
Notturno No.1: Hohe Liebe
pf A major 1850 arr of S.307
541/2
Notturno No.2: Seliger Tod
pf E major 1850 3rd version of S.171d/8, S.540a; theme used in S.192/2
541/3
Notturno No.3: Oh Lieb, so lang du lieben kannst!
pf A major 1850 arr of S.298ii; see S.540b for earlier draft of S.298i
542i Weimars Volkslied pf C major 1857 arr of S.313; 1st version of S.542ii
542ii Weimars Volkslied pf F major 1873 2nd version of S.542i
542a Ich liebe dich pf 1857–60? arr of S.315
542b Fanfare zur Enthüllung des Carl-Augusts Monument pf 1875 arr of S.92/1
543 A magyarok Istene (Ungarns Gott) pf 1881 arr of S.339
543a
(*543bis)
A magyarok Istene (Ungarns Gott) pflh 1881 arr of S.339, left-hand version
544 Magyar király-dal (Ungarisches Königslied) pf 1883 arr of S.340
545 Ave Maria IV pf 1881 arr of S.341
546 Слѣпой [Slyepoi] (The Blind Man) "Der blinde Sänger" pf 1878 arr of S.350
*546a
(506b)
O Roma nobilis
547–548
Mendelssohn[edit]
[INDEX↑]
547 Mendelssohns Lieder
(Lieders de Mendelssohn):
pf 1840
547/1
Auf Flügeln des Gesanges (Les ailes du chant)
pf 1840 arr of No.2 of 6 songs, Op.34 by Felix Mendelssohn
547/2
Sonntagslied (Chant du dimanche)
pf 1840 arr of No.5 of 6 songs, Op.34 by Felix Mendelssohn
547/3
Reiselied (Chant du voyage)
pf 1840 arr of No.6 of 6 songs, Op.34 by Felix Mendelssohn
547/4
Neue Liebe (Amour nouveau)
pf 1840 arr of No.4 of 6 songs, Op.19a by Felix Mendelssohn
547/5
Frühlingslied (Chant du printemps)
pf 1840 arr of No.3 of 6 songs, Op.47 by Felix Mendelssohn
547/6
Winterlied (Chant d'hiver)
pf 1840 arr of No.3 of 6 songs, Op.19 by Felix Mendelssohn
547/7
Suleika
pf 1840 arr of No.4 of 6 songs, Op.34 by Felix Mendelssohn
548 Mendelssohns Wasserfahrt und Jäger-Abschied: pf 1848
548/1
Wasserfahrt
pf 1848 arr of No.4 of 6 Lieder, Op.50 by Felix Mendelssohn
548/2
Der Jäger Abschied
pf 1848 arr of No.2 of 6 Lieder, Op.50 by Felix Mendelssohn
549
Meyerbeer[edit]
[INDEX↑]
549 Festmarsch zu Schillers 100 jähriger Geburtstagsfeier (von Giacomo Meyerbeer) pf 1860 arr of the Festmarsch zu Schillers 100 jähriger Geburtstagsfeier by Meyerbeer
550
Mozart[edit]
[INDEX↑]
550 (2) Transcriptionen aus Mozarts Requiem: pf 1865
550/1
Confutatis maledictis
pf 1865 arr of extract from the Requiem, K.626 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
550/2
Lacrymosa
pf 1865 arr of extract from the Requiem, K.626 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
551
Pezzini[edit]
[INDEX↑]
551 Una stella amica (Polka mazurka de F. Pezzini) pf 1874–75? arr of an unidentified waltz attributed to "F. Pezzini"
551a
Raff[edit]
[INDEX↑]
551a Tanz-Capricen No.1 (Einleitung und Coda zu Raffs Walzer) pf D major 1854 additional introduction and coda to No.1 of the Tanz-Capricen, Op.54, by Joachim Raff
552–553
Rossini[edit]
[INDEX↑]
552 Ouverture de l'opéra Guillaume Tell de Gioachino Rossini pf 1838 arr of the overture from the opera Guillaume Tell, Rossini
552a Caritas (nach Rossini) pf 1847 arr of No.3 "La charité" from 3 Chœurs religieux by Gioachino Rossini; incomplete sketch as S.701j; 1st version of S.552b, S.553/2
552b La caritá (d'après Rossini) pf after 1847 3rd (simplified) version of S.552a, S.553/2
552c
(*172b)
(*579/3)
Stabat mater pf 1847 or later 2nd version of S.553/1 [b]
553 2 Transcriptions d'après Rossini: pf 1847
553/1
Air du Stabat mater
pf 1847 arr of No.2 "Cujus animam" from Stabat mater by Gioachino Rossini; 1st version of S.552c; arr for tbn org as S.679, for ten org as S.682
553/2
La charité
pf 1847 2nd version of S.552a, S.552b
554–554a
Rubinstein[edit]
[INDEX↑]
554 (2) Lieder von Anton Rubinstein pf 1880
554/1
(*752)
O! Wenn es doch immer so bliebe (Gelb rollt)
pf 1880 arr of No.9 of 12 Lieder des Mirza-Schaffy, Op.34 by Anton Rubinstein
554/2
Der Asra
pf 1880 arr of No.6 of 6 Lieder von Heine, Op.32 by Anton Rubinstein
554a Étude sur des notes fausses (Einleitung und Coda zu Anton Rubinsteins Etude) pf C major 1880? revisions and additions to Etude on False Notes by Anton Rubinstein
555–555a
Saint-Saëns[edit]
[INDEX↑]
555 Danse macabre (Poème symphonique de Camille Saint-Saëns) pf 1876 arr of the symphonic poem Danse macabre, Op.40 by Camille Saint-Saëns; sketches as S.555a
555a
(*555bis)
Album-Leaf ("Fuga sur Danse Macabre") pf G minor 1846 sketch for 2nd theme quasi-fugue section of S.555
556–565b
Schubert[edit]
[INDEX↑]
556i Die Rose – Lied von Franz Schubert pf 1833 arr of the song Die Rose, Op.73/D.745a by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.556ii, S.556iii; published 1835 by Hofmeister (Leipzig)
556ii
(*556i-bis)
Die Rose – Lied von Fr. Schubert pf c1837 2nd version of S.556i, S.556iii; published 1837–38 by Richault (Paris)
556iii–557 Zwei Lieder von Franz Schubert: pf 1837–38 published 1838 by Haslinger (Vienna)
556iii
(*556ii)
Die Rose – Lied von Fr. Schubert
pf 1838 3rd version of S.556i, S.556ii
557
Lob der Tränen – Lied von Fr. Schubert (Bénédiction des larmes)
pf 1837 arr of the song Lob der Tränen, D.711b by Franz Schubert
557a Le roi des aulnes [Erlkönig] – Mélodie de François Schubert pf c1837 arr of the song Erlkönig, Op.1/D.328d by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.558/4, S.558a/4, S.558a/4a; published 1838 by Diabelli
557b/i
(*557b)
Meeresstille – Lied von Fr. Schubert pf c1837 arr of the song Meeres Stille, D.216 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.557b/ii, S.558/5, S.558/5a; published 1838 by Diabelli (with ossia) [b]
557b/ii
(*557b-bis)
Meeresstille – Lied von Fr. Schubert pf by 1838 2nd (ossia) version of S.557b/i, S.558/5, S.558/5a; published 1838 by Diabelli with S.557b/i [b]
557c Frühlingsglaube – Lied von Franz Schubert pf by 1838 arr of the song Frühlingsglaube, D.686c by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.558/7, S.558a/7; published 1838 by Diabelli
557d Ave Maria [Ellens dritter Gesang] – Mélodie de François Schubert pf c1837 arr of the song Ave maria, Op.52#6/D.839 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.558/12; published 1838 by Diabelli
558 12 Lieder von Fr. Schubert: pf 1837–38 1st version of S.558a; published by Richault (Paris) (with ossia for No.5)
558/1
Sei mir gegrüsst (Sois toujours mes seuls amours)
pf 1837–38 arr of the song Sei mir gegrüsst, D.741 by Franz Schubert; re-used as S.558a/1
558/2
Auf dem Wasser zu singen (Barcarolle)
pf 1837–38 arr of the song Auf dem Wasser zu singen, D.774 by Franz Schubert; re-used as S.558a/2
558/3
Du bist die Ruh' (L'attente)
pf 1837–38 arr of the song Du bist die Ruh, D.776 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.558a/3
558/4
Erlkönig (Le roi des Aulnes)
pf 1837–38 2nd version of S.557a, S.558a/4, S.558a/4a; arr for orch as S.363a
558/5
Meeresstille (La mer calme)
pf 1837–38 3rd version of S.557b/i, S.557b/ii, S.558/5a; re-used as S.558a/5
558/5a
(*558/5bis)
Meeresstille – Lied von Fr. Schubert
pf c1838? 4th (ossia) version of S.557b/i, S.557b/ii, S.558/5; published by Richault with S.558/5; re-used as S.558a/5a [b]
558/6
Die junge Nonne (La jeune réligieuse)
pf 1837–38 arr of the song Die junge Nonne, D.828 by Franz Schubert; re-used as S.558a/6
558/7
Frühlingsglaube (Espoir dans le printemps)
pf 1837–38 2nd version of S.557c, S.558a/7
558/8
Gretchen am Spinnrade (Marguerite)
pf 1837–38 arr of the song Gretchen am Spinnrade, D.118 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.558a/8
558/9
Ständchen von Shakespeare (La sérénade de Shakspeare)
pf 1837–38 arr of the song Ständchen, D.889 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.558a/9
558/10
Rastlose Liebe
pf 1837–38 arr of the song Rastlose Liebe, D.138a by Franz Schubert; re-used as S.558a/10
558/11
Der Wanderer (Le pèlerin)
pf 1837–38 arr of the song Der Wanderer, D.489c by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.558a/11
558/12
Ave Maria "Ellens dritter Gesang"
pf 1837–38 2nd version of S.557d; re-used as S.558a/12
558a
(*558bis)
12 Lieder von Fr. Schubert: pf c1879 2nd version of S.558; published c1879 by Cranz (with ossias for Nos.4, 5) (with new versions of Nos.3–4, 7–9, 11); [b]
558a/1
Sei mir gegrüsst (Sois toujours mes seuls amours)
pf 1837–38 re-used from S.558/1
558a/2
Auf dem Wasser zu singen (Barcarolle)
pf 1837–38 re-used from S.558/2
558a/3
(*558bis/3)
Du bist die Ruh' (L'attente)
pf c1879 2nd version of S.558/3 [b]
558a/4
(*558bis/4)
Erlkönig (Le roi des Aulnes)
pf c1879 3rd version of S.557a, S.558/4, S.558a/4a [b]
558a/4a
Erlkönig (Le roi des Aulnes)
pf c1879 4th (ossia) version of S.557a, S.558/4, S.558a/4 [q][e]
558a/5
Meeresstille (La mer calme)
pf 1837–38 re-used from S.558/5
558a/5a
Meeresstille – Lied von Fr. Schubert
pf c1838? ossia version; re-used from S.558/5a
558a/6
Die junge Nonne (La jeune réligieuse)
pf 1837–38 re-used from S.558/6
558a/7
(*558bis/7)
Frühlingsglaube (Espoir dans le printemps)
pf c1879 3rd version of S.557c, S.558/7 [b]
558a/8
(*558bis/8)
Gretchen am Spinnrade (Marguerite)
pf c1879 2nd version of S.558/8 [b]
558a/9
(*558bis/9)
Ständchen von Shakespeare (La sérénade de Shakspeare)
pf c1879 2nd version of S.558/9 [b]
558a/10
Rastlose Liebe
pf 1837–38 re-used from S.558/10
558a/11
(*558bis/11)
Der Wanderer (Le pèlerin)
pf c1879 2nd version of S.558/11 [b]
558a/12
Ave Maria "Ellens dritter Gesang"
pf 1837–38 re-used from S.558/12
559 Der Gondelfahrer – Männer-Quartett von F. Schubert) pf 1883 arr of the 4-part men's chorus Gondelfahrer, Op.28/D.809 by Franz Schubert; published 1883 by Cranz [43]
559a 2 Lieder von Franz Schubert: pf c1837–38 published 1838 by Haslinger (Vienna) [d]
559a/1
(*559a)
La sérénade [Ständchen, Leise flehen] – Mélodie de François Schubert
pf c1837 arr of No.4 of the song cycle Schwanengesang, D.957 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.560/7, S.560/7a, S.560a [b]
559a/2
Aufenthalt
pf 1838 re-used as S.560/3 [e]
560 Schwanengesang – 14 Lieder von Franz Schubert: pf 1838–39 arr of the song cycle Schwanengesang, D.957 by Franz Schubert; published 1840 by Haslinger (Vienna) (with ossias for Nos.1–14)
560/1
Die Stadt
pf 1838–39 arr of No.11 of the song cycle Schwanengesang, D.957 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.560/1a
560/1a
(*560a/1)
(*560bis/1)
Die Stadt
pf c1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.560/1 [m][b]
560/2
Das Fischermädchen
pf 1838–39 arr of No.10 of the song cycle Schwanengesang, D.957 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.560/2a
560/2a
(*560a/2)
(*560bis/2)
Das Fischermädchen
pf c1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.560/2 [m][b]
560/3
Aufenthalt
pf 1838 arr of No.5 of the song cycle Schwanengesang, D.957 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.560/3a
560/3a
(*560a/3)
(*560bis/3)
Aufenthalt
pf c1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.560/3 [m][b]
560/4
Am Meer
pf 1838–39 arr of No.12 of the song cycle Schwanengesang, D.957 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.560/4a, S.560b/1
560/4a
(*560a/4)
(*560bis/4)
Am Meer
pf c1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.560/4, S.560b/1 [m][b]
560/5
Abschied
pf 1838–39 arr of No.7 of the song cycle Schwanengesang, D.957 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.560/5a
560/5a
(*560a/5)
(*560bis/5)
Abschied
pf c1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.560/5 [m][b]
560/6
In der Ferne
pf 1838–39 arr of No.6 of the song cycle Schwanengesang, D.957 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.560/6a
560/6a
(*560a/6)
(*560bis/6)
In der Ferne
pf c1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.560/6 [m][b]
560/7
Ständchen "Leise flehen"
pf 1838 2nd version of S.559a, S.560/7a, S.560a
560/7a
(*560a/7)
(*560bis/7)
Ständchen "Leise flehen"
pf c1839 3rd (ossia) version of S.559a, S.560/7, S.560a [m][b]
560/8
Ihr Bild
pf 1838–39 arr of No.9 of the song cycle Schwanengesang, D.957 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.560/8a
560/8a
(*560a/8)
(*560bis/8)
Ihr Bild
pf c1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.560/8 [m][b]
560/9
Frühlingssehnsucht
pf 1838–39 arr of No.3 of the song cycle Schwanengesang, D.957 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.560/9a
560/9a
(*560a/9)
(*560bis/9)
Frühlingssehnsucht
pf c1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.560/9 [m][b]
560/10
Liebesbotschaft
pf 1838–39 arr of No.1 of the song cycle Schwanengesang, D.957 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.560/10a
560/10a
(*560a/10)
(*560bis/10)
Liebesbotschaft
pf c1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.560/10 [m][b]
560/11
Der Atlas
pf 1838–39 arr of No.8 of the song cycle Schwanengesang, D.957 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.560/11a
560/11a
(*560a/11)
(*560bis/11)
Der Atlas
pf c1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.560/11 [m][b]
560/12
Der Doppelgänger
pf 1838–39 arr of No.13 of the song cycle Schwanengesang, D.957 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.560/12a, S.560b/2
560/12a
(*560a/12)
(*560bis/12)
Der Doppelgänger
pf c1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.560/12, S.560b/2 [m][b]
560/13
Die Taubenpost
pf 1838–39 arr of No.14 of the song cycle Schwanengesang, D.957 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.560/13a
560/13a
(*560a/13)
(*560bis/13)
Die Taubenpost
pf c1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.560/13 [m][b]
560/14
Kriegers Ahnung
pf 1838–39 arr of No.2 of the song cycle Schwanengesang, D.957 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.560/14a
560/14a
(*560a/14)
(*560bis/14)
Kriegers Ahnung
pf c1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.560/14 [m][b]
560a
(*560/7a)
Ständchen "Leise flehen"
pf c1880 4th version of S.559a, S.560/7, S.560/7a, written for Lina Ramann; published 1880? by Hainauer (Paris) [44] [b]
560b 2 Lieder von Franz Schubert: pf by 1842 published 1842 by Haslinger (Vienna) ("new edn") [d][e]
560b/1
Am Meer
pf by 1842 3rd version of S.560/4, S.560/4a [e]
560b/2
Der Doppelgänger
pf by 1842 3rd version of S.560/12, S.560/12a [e]
561 Winterreise – 12 Lieder von Franz Schubert: pf 1839 arr of 12 songs from the cycle Winterreise, D.911 by Franz Schubert; published 1840 by Ricordi (Milan) (with ossias for Nos.2–3, 7, 10–11)
561/1
Gute Nacht
pf 1839 arr of No.1 from the cycle Winterreise, D.911 by Franz Schubert
561/2
Die Nebensonnen
pf B major 1839 arr of No.23 from the cycle Winterreise, D.911 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.561/2a
561/2a
(*561bis/2)
Die Nebensonnen
pf B major 1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.561/2 [b]
561/3
Mut
pf 1839 arr of No.22 from the cycle Winterreise, D.911 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.561/3a
561/3a
(*561bis/3)
Mut
pf 1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.561/3 [b]
561/4
Die Post
pf 1838 arr of No.13 from the cycle Winterreise, D.911 by Franz Schubert; 1st published separately 1838 by Haslinger (Vienna)
561/5
Erstarrung
pf 1839 arr of No.4 from the cycle Winterreise, D.911 by Franz Schubert
561/6
Wasserflut
pf 1839 arr of No.6 from the cycle Winterreise, D.911 by Franz Schubert
561/7
Der Lindenbaum
pf 1839 arr of No.5 from the cycle Winterreise, D.911 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.561/7a
561/7a
(*561bis/7)
Der Lindenbaum
pf 1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.561/7 [b]
561/8
Der Leiermann
pf 1839 arr of No.24 from the cycle Winterreise, D.911 by Franz Schubert
561/9
Täuschung
pf 1839 arr of No.19 from the cycle Winterreise, D.911 by Franz Schubert
561/10
Das Wirtshaus
pf 1839 arr of No.21 from the cycle Winterreise, D.911 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.561/10a
561/10a
(*561bis/10)
Das Wirtshaus
pf 1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.561/10 [b]
561/11
Der stürmische Morgen
pf 1839 arr of No.18 from the cycle Winterreise, D.911 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.561/11a
561/11a
(*561bis/11)
Der stürmische Morgen
pf 1839 2nd (ossia) version of S.561/11 [b]
561/12
Im Dorfe
pf 1839 arr of No.17 from the cycle Winterreise, D.911 by Franz Schubert
561a
(*561/2bis)
(*561/2a)
Die Nebensonnen – Albumblatt (Fr. Schubert) pf A major 1839 or later based on S.561/2; manuscript 1 page consisting of 1st paragraph of the Schubert song in Liszt's transcription; unpublished [b]
562 Franz Schuberts [4] Geistliche Lieder: pf 1840 published 1841 as Vol.2 of Konzerttranskriptionen über 10 geistliche Lieder von Beethoven und Schubert (with S.467 as Vol.1) by Schuberth (Leipzig) (with ossia for No.3)
562/1
Litanei, auf das Fest aller Seelen
pf 1840 arr of the song Am Tage Aller Seelen, D.343a by Franz Schubert
562/2
Himmelsfunken
pf 1840 arr of the song Himmelsfunken, D.651 by Franz Schubert
562/3
Die Gestirne
pf 1840 arr of the song Die Gestirne, D.444 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.562/3a
562/3a
(*562/3bis)
Die Gestirne
pf c1840? 2nd (ossia) version of S.562/3 [b]
562/4
Hymne "Geisterchor aus Rosamunde"
pf 1840 arr of No.4 from the incidental music to Rosamunde, D.797 by Franz Schubert
563 6 Melodien von Franz Schubert: pf 1844 published 1844 by Richault (Paris) (with ossia for No.6)
563/1
Lebe wohl!
pf 1844 arr of the song by Hans von Weyrauch (not Schubert)[45]
563/2
Mädchens Klage
pf 1844 arr of the song Des Mädchens Klage, D.191b by Franz Schubert
563/3
Das Sterbeglöcklein "Das Zügenglöcklein" (La cloche des agonisants)
pf 1844 arr of the song Das Zügenglöcklein, D.871b by Franz Schubert
563/4
Trockne Blumen
pf 1844 arr of No.18 from the song cycle Die schöne Müllerin, D.795 by Franz Schubert
563/5
Ungeduld
pf F major 1844 arr of No.7 from the song cycle Die schöne Müllerin, D.795 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.565/6, S.565c/6
563/6
Die Forelle
pf 1844 arr of the song Die Forelle, D.550d by Franz Schubert; 1st (concert arrangement) version of S.563/6a, S.564
563/6a
(*563/6bis)
Die Forelle
pf 1844 2nd (ossia) version of S.563/6, S.564, with less virtuosic penultimate stanza [b]
564 Die Forelle – Lied von Fr. Schubert pf 1846 3rd version of S.563/6, S.563/6a; published 1846 by Diabelli (Vienna)
565 6 Mélodies favorites de La Belle Meunière de François Schubert: pf 1846 1st version of S.565c; published 1847 by Diabelli (Vienna) (with ossia for No.2)
565/1
Das Wandern
pf 1846 arr of No.1 from the song cycle Die schöne Müllerin, D.795 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.565c/1
565/2
Der Müller und der Bach
pf 1846 arr of No.19 from the song cycle Die schöne Müllerin, D.795 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.565/2a, S.565c/2
565/2a
Der Müller und der Bach
pf c1846 2nd (ossia) version of S.565/2, S.565c/2 [q][e]
565/3
Der Jäger
pf 1846 arr of No.14 from the song cycle Die schöne Müllerin, D.795 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.565c/3
565/4
Die böse Farbe
pf 1846 arr of No.17 from the song cycle Die schöne Müllerin, D.795 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.565c/4
565/5
Wohin?
pf 1846 arr of No.2 from the song cycle Die schöne Müllerin, D.795 by Franz Schubert; 1st version of S.565c/5
565/6
Ungeduld
pf B major 1846 arr of No.7 from the song cycle Die schöne Müllerin, D.795 by Franz Schubert; 2nd version of S.563/5, S.565c/6
565a Grosse Fantasie von Franz Schubert pf C major c1868 edited with additions to the Fantasie in C major, D.760 by Franz Schubert
565b (2) Impromptus von F. Schubert pf c1868 edited, with additions to Nos.2 and 3 of Impromptus, D.899 by Franz Schubert
565c
(*565bis)
[6] Müllerlieder von Franz Schubert: pf c1879 2nd version of S.565; published 1879 by Cranz (Hamburg) [b]
565c/1
(*565bis/1)
Das Wandern
pf c1879 2nd version of S.565/1 [b]
565c/2
(*565bis/2)
Der Müller und der Bach
pf c1879 3rd version of S.565/2, S.565/2a [b]
565c/3
(*565bis/3)
Der Jäger
pf c1879 2nd version of S.565/3 [b]
565c/4
(*565bis/4)
Die böse Farbe
pf c1879 2nd version of S.565/4 [b]
565c/5
(*565bis/5)
Wohin?
pf c1879 2nd version of S.565/5 [b]
565c/6
(*565bis/6)
Ungeduld
pf B major c1879 3rd version of S.563/5, S.565/6 [b]
566–570
Schumann[edit]
[INDEX↑]
566 Liebeslied (Widmung von Robert Schumann) pf 1848 arr of No.1 of Myrthen, Op.25 by Robert Schumann; 1st version of S.566a
566a Liebeslied (Widmung von Robert Schumann) pf 1850–59? 2nd version of S.566, more literal transcription; sketch only
567 Lieder von Robert Schumann: pf 1861
567/1
An den Sonnenschein
pf 1861 arr of No.4 of 6 Gedichte, Op.36 by Robert Schumann
567/2
Rotes Röslein
pf 1861 arr of No.2 of Lieder und Gesänge, Vol.I, Op.27 by Robert Schumann
568 Frühlingsnacht (Lied von Robert Schumann) pf 1872 arr of No.12 of Liederkreis by Robert Schumann
569 (10) Lieder von Robert und Clara Schumann: pf 1874
569/1
Weihnachtslied
pf 1874 arr of No.16 of Liederalbum für die Jugend, Op.79 by Robert Schumann
569/2
Die wandelnde Glocke
pf 1874 arr of No.17 of Liederalbum für die Jugend, Op.79 by Robert Schumann
569/3
Frühlings Ankunft
pf 1874 arr of No.19 of Liederalbum für die Jugend, Op.79 by Robert Schumann
569/4
Des Sennen Abschied
pf 1874 arr of No.22 of Liederalbum für die Jugend, Op.79 by Robert Schumann
569/5
Er ist's
pf 1874 arr of No.23 of Liederalbum für die Jugend, Op.79 by Robert Schumann
569/6
Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt
pf 1874 arr of No.3 of Lieder und Gesänge aus Wilhelm Meister, Op.98a by Robert Schumann
569/7
An die Türen will ich schleichen
pf 1874 arr of No.5 of 'Lieder und Gesänge aus Wilhelm Meister, Op.98a by Robert Schumann
569/8
Warum willst du and're fragen
pf 1874 arr of No.9 of Gedichte aus Rückerts Liebesfrühling, Op.12, by Clara Schumann
569/9
Ich hab' in deinem Auge
pf 1874 arr of No.5 of 6 Lieder, Op.13, by Clara Schumann
569/10
Geheimes Flüstern hier und dort
pf 1874 arr of No.3 of 6 Lieder aus Jucunde von Rollet, Op.23, by Clara Schumann
570 Provenzalisches Minnelied (von Robert Schumann) pf 1881 arr of No.4 of Des Sängers Fluch, Op.139 by Robert Schumann
570a
Smetana[edit]
[INDEX↑]
570a Polka de salon (Einleitung und Coda zu Smetanas Polka) pf F major 1885 additions and revisions to No.1 of 3 Polkas de salon, Op.7 by Bedřich Smetana
571
Spohr[edit]
[INDEX↑]
571 Die Rose (Romanze von Louis Spohr) pf 1876 arr of Zemire's romance from the opera Zemire und Azor, by Louis Spohr
571a
Strauss/Tausig[edit]
[INDEX↑]
571a
(*167a)
Valse-Caprice No.3 (Einleitung und Schlußtakte zu Tausigs dritter Valse-Caprice) pf 1880 additions and revisions (Introduction and Coda) to Valse-Caprice No.3 d'après J. Strauss by Karl Tausig [46]
572
Szabadi/Massenet[edit]
[INDEX↑]
572 Revive Szegedin! (Marche hongroise de Szabady) pf 1879 arr of Jules Massenet's orchestration (Marche héroïque de Szabady) of the Marche turque-hongroise by Ignác Szabadi Frank
573
Széchényi[edit]
[INDEX↑]
573 Einleitung und Ungarischer Marsch von Graf Imre Széchényi (Bevezetés és magyar induló Gróf Széchényi Imrétõl ) pf 1872 based on the Ungarischer Marsch by Imre Széchényi
573a
Tirindelli[edit]
[INDEX↑]
573a
(*754)
Seconda Mazurka di Tirindelli pf 1880 additions and revisions to Mazurka No.2 by Pier Adolfo Tirindelli
574–576a
Weber[edit]
[INDEX↑]
574 Ouvertüre zur Webers Oper Oberon pf 1846 arr of the overture from the opera Oberon, J.306 by Carl Maria von Weber
575 Ouvertüre aus Webers Oper Der Freischütz pf 1846 arr of the overture from the opera Der Freischütz, Op.77 by Carl Maria von Weber
576 Webers Jubelovertüre pf 1846 arr of the Jubel-Ouvertüre, Op.59 by Carl Maria von Weber
576a Konzertstück (von Weber) pf c1868 arr of the Konzertstück, Op.79 by Carl Maria von Weber; see also S.367a
576b–577
Vielgorsky[edit]
[INDEX↑]
576b
(*577bis)
Любила я! [Lyubila ya] (I Loved!) "Romance" pf 1842? arr of the romance I Loved! by Mikhail Vielgorsky; 1st version of S.577i, S.577i/a, S.577ii; see also S.167l
577i I Loved (Romanze von Wielhorski) pf 1842 2nd version of S.576b, S.577i/a, S.577ii; see also S.167l
577i/a
(*577ter)
Любила я! [Lyubila ya] (I Loved!) "Romance" pf 1843? 3rd version of S.576b, S.577i, S.577ii; see also S.167l
577ii Autrefois (Romance du Comte Mikaïl Yourievitch Wielhorsky) pf 1843 4th version of S.576b, S.577i, S.577i/a; see also S.167l
577a–634b

Piano four-hands[edit]

[INDEX↑]
577a
Field[edit]
[INDEX↑]
577a 12 Nocturnes (John Field): pf4h 1877
577a/1
Nocturne No. 1
pf4h 1877 arr of Nocturne No.1 in E major, H.24, by John Field
577a/2
Nocturne No.2
pf4h 1877 arr of Nocturne No.2 in C minor, H.25, by John Field
577a/3
Nocturne No.3
pf4h 1877 arr of Nocturne No.3 in A major, H.26, by John Field
577a/4
Nocturne No.4
pf4h 1877 arr of Nocturne No.4 in A major, H.36, by John Field
577a/5
Nocturne No.5
pf4h 1877 arr of Nocturne No.5 in B major, H.37, by John Field
577a/6
Nocturne No.6
pf4h 1877 arr of Nocturne No.6 in F major, H.40, by John Field
577a/7
Nocturne No.7
pf4h 1877 arr of Pastorale in A major, H.14, by John Field
577a/8
Nocturne No.8
pf4h 1877 arr of Romance in E major, H.30, by John Field
577a/9
Nocturne No.9
pf4h 1877 arr of Nocturne No.8 in E minor, H.46, by John Field
577a/10
Nocturne No. 10
pf4h 1877 arr of Nocturne No.17 in E major, H.65, by John Field
577a/11
Nocturne No. 11
pf4h 1877 arr of Nocturne No.11 in E major, H.56, by John Field
577a/12
Nocturne No. 12
pf4h 1877 arr of Nocturne No.18 in E major ("Midi"), H.13, by John Field
578–626
Liszt[edit]
[INDEX↑]
578 Die Legende von der Heiligen Elisabeth: pf4h 1862–66? arr of extracts from S.2
578/1
Orchester Einleitung
pf4h 1862–66? arr of Introduction from S.2
578/2
Marsch der Kreuzritter
pf4h 1862–66? arr of No.3e from S.2
578/3
Der Sturm
pf4h 1862–66? arr of No.4d from S.2
578/4
Interludium
pf4h 1862–66? arr of No.6a from S.2
579 (2) Orchestersätze aus dem Oratorium Christus: pf4h 1866–73? arr of Nos.4 and 5 from S.3
579/1
Hirtengespiel an der Krippe
pf4h 1866–73? arr of No.4 from S.3
579/2
Die heiligen drei Könige
pf4h 1866–73? arr of No.5 from S.3
580 Excelsior! (Preludio zu dem Glocken des Strassburger Münsters) pf4h 1874 arr of prelude from S.6
581 Aus der Ungarischen Krönungsmesse: pf4h 1869 arr of Nos.5 and 7 from S.11
581/1
Benedictus
pf4h 1869 arr of No.5 from S.11
581/2
Offertorium
pf4h 1869 arr of No.7 from S.11
582 O Lamm Gottes! pf4h 1878–79 arr of S.504b/7
583 Via Crucis (Les 14 stations de la croix) pf4h 1878–79 arr of S.53
584 Fest-Cantate für die Inaugurations-Feier des Beethoven-Denkmals in Bonn pf4h 1845 arr of S.67
585 Pastorale (Schnitterchor aus dem Entfesselten Prometheus) pf4h 1861 arr of No.4 from S.69ii
586 Gaudeamus igitur (Humoreske) pf4h 1870? arr of S.71
587 Marche héroique pf4h 1848? arr of S.510
588 Weimars Volkslied pf4h 1857 arr of S.313
589 Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne (Symphonic Poem No. 1) pf4h 1874 arr of S.95iv
590 Tasso: Lamento e Trionfo
(Symphonic Poem No. 2)
pf4h 1858 arr of S.96iv
591 Les préludes
(Symphonic Poem No. 3)
pf4h 1853–58 arr of S.97iv
592 Orpheus
(Symphonic Poem No. 4)
pf4h 1858 arr of S.98
593 Prometheus
(Symphonic Poem No. 5)
pf4h 1858? arr of S.99
594 Mazeppa
(Symphonic Poem No. 6)
pf4h 1874 arr of S.100ii
595 Festklänge
(Symphonic Poem No. 7)
pf4h 1854–61 arr of S.101ii
596 Hungaria
(Symphonic Poem No. 9)
pf4h 1874 arr of S.103
596a Héroïde funèbre
(Symphonic Poem No. 8)
pf4h 1877 arr of S.102
596b Hunnenschlacht
(Symphonic Poem No. 11)
pf4h 1877 arr of S.105
596c Die Ideale
(Symphonic Poem No. 12)
pf4h 1874–77 arr of S.106 by Liszt and Giovanni Sgambati
597 Hamlet
(Symphonic Poem No. 10)
pf4h 1874 arr of S.104ii
598 Von der Wiege bis zum Grabe (From the Cradle to the Grave)
(Symphonic Poem No. 13)
pf4h 1881 arr of S.512i; arr for orch as S.107
599 2 Episoden aus Lenaus Faust: pf4h 1861–62 arr of S.110
599/1
Der nächtliche Zug
pf4h 1861–62 arr of S.110/1
599/2
Der Tanz in der Dorfschenke (Mephisto Walzer)
pf4h 1861–62 arr of S.110/2a
600 Mephisto Waltz No.2 pf4h 1880–81 arr of S.515
601–603 (3) Odes funèbres: pf4h 1860–69 arr of S.112
601
Les morts
pf4h 1860 arr of S.112/1
602
La notte
pf4h 1866 arr of S.112/2
603
Le triomphe funèbre du Tasse
pf4h 1866–69 arr of S.112/3
604i Boze coś Polskę pf4h 1863 arr of S.113i
604ii Salve Polonia (Interludium aus dem Oratorium St. Stanislaus) pf4h 1884 arr of S.113ii
605i
(*605)
Künstler-Festzug zur Schillerfeier 1859 pf4h 1859 arr of S.114; 1st version of S.605ii [b]
605ii Künstlerfestzug zur Schillerfeier 1859 pf4h by 1865 2nd version of S.605i [d][e]
606i
(*606)
Fest-Marsch zur Göthe Jubiläum-Feier pf4h 1858? arr of S.115iii; 1st version of S.606ii [b]
606ii Fest Marsch zur Göthe Jubiläum Feier pf4h by 1870 2nd version of 606i [d][e]
607 Festmarsch nach Motiven von E.H.z.S.-C.-G. pf4h 1858–59 arr of S.116
608 Rákóczi-Marsch pf4h 1870 arr of S.117
609 Ungarischer Marsch zur Krönungsfeier in Ofen-Pest am 8. Juni 1867 pf4h 1870 arr of S.118
610 Ungarischer Sturmmarsch (Hungarian Battle March) pf4h 1875 arr of S.119
611 Epithalam (zu Eduard Reményi's Vermählungsfeier) pf4h 1872 arr of S.129; Liszt's authorship doubtful
612 Elegy No. 1 pf4h 1874 arr of S.196
612a Weihnachtsbaum: pf4h 1875? arr of S.185a; 1st version of S.613
612a/1
Psallite (Altes Weihnachten)
pf4h 1875? arr of S.185a/1; 1st version of S.613/1
612a/2
O heilige Nacht!
pf4h 1875? arr of S.185a/2; 1st version of S.613/2
612a/3
Die Hirten an der Krippe ("In dulci jubilo")
pf4h 1875? arr of S.185a/3; 1st version of S.613/3
612a/4
Adeste fideles (gleichsam als Marsch der heiligen drei Konige)
pf4h 1875? arr of S.185a/4; 1st version of S.613/4
612a/5
Scherzoso
pf4h 1875? arr of S.185a/5; 1st version of S.613/5
612a/6
Reveille-Matin (Wecker)
pf4h 1875? arr of S.185a/6; 1st version of S.613/6
612a/7
Schlummerlied
pf4h 1875? arr of S.185a/7; 1st version of S.613/7
612a/8
(Alt-provenzalisches Noel)
pf4h 1875? arr of S.185a/8; 1st version of S.613/8
612a/9
(Abendglocken)
pf4h 1875? arr of S.185a/9; 1st version of S.613/9
612a/10
(Ehemals)
pf4h 1875? arr of S.185a/10; 1st version of S.613/10
612a/11
Ungarisch
pf4h 1875? arr of S.185a/11; 1st version of S.613/11
612a/12
Polnisch
pf4h 1875? arr of S.185a/12; 1st version of S.613/12
613 Weihnachtsbaum: pf4h 1876–81 arr of S.186; 2nd version of S.612a
613/1
Altes Weihnachten (Psalite)
pf4h 1876–81 arr of S.186/1; 2nd version of S.612a/1
613/2
O heilige Nacht!
pf4h 1876–81 arr of S.186/2; 2nd version of S.612a/2
613/3
Die Hirten an der Krippe ("In dulci jubilo")
pf4h 1876–81 arr of S.186/3; 2nd version of S.612a/3
613/4
Adeste fideles (Gleichsam als Marsch der heiligen drei Konige
pf4h 1876–81 arr of S.186/4; 2nd version of S.612a/4
613/5
Scherzoso (Man zündet die Kerzen des Baumes an)
pf4h 1876–81 arr of S.186/5; 2nd version of S.612a/5
613/6
Carillon
pf4h 1876–81 arr of S.186/6; 2nd version of S.612a/6
613/7
Schlummerlied
pf4h 1876–81 arr of S.186/7; 2nd version of S.612a/7
613/8
Altes provenzalisches Weihnachtslied
pf4h 1876–81 arr of S.186/8; 2nd version of S.612a/8
613/9
Abendglocken
pf4h 1876–81 arr of S.186/9; 2nd version of S.612a/9
613/10
Ehemals
pf4h 1876–81 arr of S.186/10; 2nd version of S.612a/10
613/11
Ungarisch
pf4h 1876–81 arr of S.186/11; 2nd version of S.612a/11
613/12
Polnisch
pf4h 1876–81 arr of S.186/12; 2nd version of S.612a/12
614 Dem Andenken Petöfis pf4h 1877 arr of S.349
615 Grande valse di bravura (La bal de Berne) pf4h 1836 arr of S.209
615a Mephisto Waltz No.3 pf4h 1883 arr of S.216
616 Grand galop chromatique pf4h 1838 arr of S.219
617 Csárdás macabre pf4h 1881–82 arr of S.224 (by Liszt and János Végh?)
618 Csárdás obstiné pf4h 1884? arr of S.225/2; Liszt's authorship uncertain
618a Vom Fels zum Meer! (Deutscher Siegesmarsch) pf4h 1853–56? arr of S.229
619 Bülow-Marsch pf4h 1883 arr of S.230
619a
(*255)
Festpolonaise pf4h 1876 arr of S.230a
620 Hussitenlied (Aus dem 15. Jahrhundert) pf4h 1840–41 arr of S.234
621 (6) Hungarian Rhapsodies: pf4h 1857–60 arr of S.359
621/1
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 1
pf4h F minor 1860 arr of S.359/1
621/2
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
pf4h C minor 1860 arr of S.359/2
621/3
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 3
pf4h D major 1860 arr of S.359/3
621/4
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 4
pf4h D minor 1860 arr of S.359/4
621/5
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 5 (Héroïde-élégiaque)
pf4h E minor 1860 arr of S.359/5
621/6
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6 (Pesther Carneval)
pf4h E major 1860 arr of S.359/6
622 Ungarische Rhapsodie zu den Budapester Munkácsy-Feierlichkeiten pf4h 1882 arr of S.244/16ii
623 Hungarian Rhapsody No. 18 pf4h 1885 arr of S.244/18; Liszt's authorshop doubtful
623a Hungarian Rhapsody No. 19 pf4h 1885? arr of S.244/19; Liszt's authorshop doubtful
624 Fantasie und Fuge über den Choral Ad nos, ad salutarem undam pf4h 1850 arr of S.259; see also S.414/4
625 Der Papsthymnus pf4h 1865 arr of S.261
626 Magyar király-dal (Ungarisches Königslied) pf4h 1883 arr of S.340
627
Bellini[edit]
[INDEX↑]
627 Grand fantaisie de concert sur des motifs favoris de l'opera La sonnambula pf4h 1852 arr of S.393
628
Berlioz[edit]
[INDEX↑]
628 Bénédiction et serment (Deux motifs de Benvenuto Cellini de Berlioz) pf4h 1852–53 arr of S.396
628a–628b
Donizetti[edit]
[INDEX↑]
628a Réminiscences de Lucia di Lammermoor pf4h 1836–40 arr of S.397; lost?; performed by Liszt [47]
628b
(*628a)
Marche et Cavatine de Lucia di Lammermoor pf4h 1844? arr of S.398
628c
Egressy/Erkel[edit]
[INDEX↑]
628c
(*628b)
Szózat und Hymnus (2 vaterländische Dichtungen von Vörösmarty and Kölcsey) pf4h 1873 arr of S.353; Liszt's authorship doubtful
629
Glinka[edit]
[INDEX↑]
629 Tscherkessenmarsch aus Glinkas Oper Rußlan und Ludmilla pf4h 1875 arr of S.406ii
630
Meyerbeer[edit]
[INDEX↑]
630 Réminiscences de Robert le diable (Valse infernale) pf4h 1841–43 arr of S.413; Liszt's authorship doubtful
631
Raff[edit]
[INDEX↑]
631 Andante Finale und Marsch aus der Oper König Alfred: pf4h 1853? arr of S.421
631/1
Andante
pf4h 1853? arr of S.421/1
631/2
Marsch
pf4h 1853? arr of S.421/2
632
Schubert[edit]
[INDEX↑]
632 Franz Schuberts (4) Märsche: pf4h 1859–70 arr of S.363
632/1
Grande marche
pf4h B minor 1859–70 arr of S.363/1
632/2
Trauermarsch
pf4h E minor 1859–70 arr of S.363/2
632/3
Reitermarsch
pf4h C major 1859–70 arr of S.363/3
632/4
Ungarischer Marsch
pf4h C minor 1859–70 arr of S.363/4
633
Allegri/Mozart[edit]
[INDEX↑]
633 À la Chapelle Sixtine (Miserere d'Allegri et Ave verum Corpus de Mozart) pf4h 1865 arr of S.461ii
634
Beethoven[edit]
[INDEX↑]
634 Grand septuor de Beethoven pf4h 1840–42 arr of S.465
634a
Mozart[edit]
[INDEX↑]
634a Adagio von Die Zauberflöte (Der welcher wandelt diese Strasse) pf4h 1875–81? arr of "Der, welcher wandelt diese Straße voll Beschwerden" from Act II of the opera Die Zauberflöte, K.620 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
634b
Wagner[edit]
[INDEX↑]
634b (2) Stücke aus Tannhäuser und Lohengrin: pf4h 1862? arr of S.445
634b/1
Einzug der Gäste auf der Wartburg
pf4h 1862? arr of S.445/1a
634b/2
Elsas Brautzug zum Münster
pf4h 1862? arr of S.445/2
635–657b

Two pianos[edit]

[INDEX↑]
635–652a
Liszt[edit]
[INDEX↑]
635 Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne (Symphonic Poem No. 1) 2pf 1854–56 arr of S.95iv
636 Tasso: Lamento e Trionfo
(Symphonic Poem No.2)
2pf 1854–56 arr of S.96iv
637 Les préludes
(Symphonic Poem No.3)
2pf 1855? arr of S.97iv
638 Orpheus
(Symphonic Poem No.4)
2pf 1855–56 arr of S.98
639 Prometheus
(Symphonic Poem No.5)
2pf 1855–56 arr of S.99
640 Mazeppa
(Symphonic Poem No.6)
2pf 1855 arr of S.100ii
641 Festklänge
(Symphonic Poem No.7)
2pf 1853 arr of S.101i
642 Héroïde funèbre
(Symphonic Poem No.8)
2pf 1854–56 arr of S.102
643 Hungaria
(Symphonic Poem No.9)
2pf 1855–56 arr of S.103
644 Hamlet
(Symphonic Poem No. 10)
2pf 1858–60 arr of S.104ii
645 Hunnenschlacht
(Symphonic Poem No. 11)
2pf 1857–60 arr of S.105
646 Die Ideale
(Symphonic Poem No. 12)
2pf 1857–58 arr of S.106
647 Faust Symphony (Eine Faust-Symphonie) 2pf 1856 arr of S.108i
648 Dante Symphony (Eine Symphonie zu Dantes Divina Commedia) 2pf 1856–57 arr of S.109
649 Fantasie über Motiven aus Beethovens Ruinen von Athen 2pf 1852 arr of S.122ii
650 Piano Concerto No. 1 2pf E major 1853–56? arr of S.124
651 Piano Concerto No. 2 2pf A major 1859 arr of S.125
652 Totentanz 2pf 1859–65? arr of S.126ii
652a Rákóczi-Marsch 2pf 1870 arr of S.117
653
Schubert[edit]
[INDEX↑]
653 Franz Schuberts Grosse Fantasie 2pf C major 1851–62? arr of S.366
654–655
Bellini[edit]
[INDEX↑]
654i Hexaméron (Morceaux de concert. Grandes variations de bravoure sur la marche des Puritains de Bellini) 2pf 1840 arr of S.392; 1st version of S.654ii
654ii Hexaméron (Morceaux de concert. Grandes variations de bravoure sur la marche des Puritains de Bellini) 2pf 1870? 2nd version of S.654i
655 Réminiscences de Norma 2pf 1845–74? arr of S.394
656
Mozart[edit]
[INDEX↑]
656 Réminiscences de Don Juan (Grande fantaisie) 2pf 1876–77 arr of S.418
657–657a
Beethoven[edit]
[INDEX↑]
657 Symphony No. 9 de Beethoven 2pf D minor 1851 arr of the Symphony No.9, Op.125 by Ludwig van Beethoven; arr for pf as S.464/9
657a 3 Beethoven Piano Concertos 2pf 1878–79
657a/1
Piano Concerto No. 3
2pf C minor 1878–79 arr of the Piano Concerto No.3, Op.37 by Ludwig van Beethoven; includes new cadenza for 1st mvt, S.389a
657a/2
Piano Concerto No. 4
2pf G major 1878–79 arr of the Piano Concerto No.4, Op.58 by Ludwig van Beethoven
657a/3
Piano Concerto No. 5
2pf E major 1878–79 arr of the Piano Concerto No.5, Op.73 by Ludwig van Beethoven
657b

Piano eight-hands[edit]

[INDEX↑]
657b
Liszt[edit]
[INDEX↑]
657b Bülow-Marsch 2pf8h 1884 arr of S.230
658–676

Organ or Harmonium[edit]

[INDEX↑]
658
Allegri/Mozart[edit]
[INDEX↑]
658 Evocation à la Chapelle Sixtine org/harm 1862–65? arr of S.461ii
659
Dietsch[edit]
[INDEX↑]
659 Ave Maria d'Arcadelt org/harm 1862–63 arr of S.183/2
660–661
Bach[edit]
[INDEX↑]
660 Introduction, Fugue, and Andante after Bach org/harm 1856–66
660/1
Einleitung und Fuge (aus der Motette Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis)
org/harm 1860–66 arr of the introduction and fugue from the cantata Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis, BWV 21 by Johann Sebastian Bach
660/2
Andante (Aus tiefer Not)
org/harm 1856–60? arr of part of the cantata Aus tiefer Noth schrei ich zu dir, BWV 38 by Johann Sebastian Bach
661 Adagio vom Bach org/harm 1861–63 arr of the 3rd mvt of Violin Sonata No. 4, BWV 1017 by Johann Sebastian Bach
662
Chopin[edit]
[INDEX↑]
662 2 Preludes by Chopin org 1862–63? arr of two of the Preludes, Op.28 by Frédéric Chopin
662/1
Prelude
org E minor 1862–63? arr of No.4 of the Preludes, Op.28 by Frédéric Chopin
662/2
Prelude
org E major 1862–63? arr of No.9 of the Preludes, Op.28 by Frédéric Chopin
663
Lassus[edit]
[INDEX↑]
663 Regina coeli laetare org/harm 1865 arr of the motet Regina coeli laetare by Orlande de Lassus
663a–674c
Liszt[edit]
[INDEX↑]
663a Einleitung zur Legende von der heiligen Elisabeth org/harm 1872 arr by Liszt and Carl Müller-Hartung of the introduction from S.2
664i Tu es Petrus aus dem Oratorio Christus org/harm 1867 arr of No.8 from S.3; 1st version of S.664ii
664ii Tu es Petrus aus dem Oratorio Christus org 1867 2nd (simplified) version of S.664i
665 San Francesco org 1880 arr of the prelude from S.4ii
666 Preludio (Excelsior!) org (+ch) 1874–75 arr of prelude from S.6; see also version for org without ch S.268a
667 Offertorium aus der Ungarischen Krönungsmesse org/harm 1868? arr of No.5 from S.11
667a Psalm 18 (Coeli enarrant gloriam Dei / Die Himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes) org 1860 arr of S.14i
667b/i Gebet (Ave Maria I) org 1842? arr of S.20i
667b/ii Ave Maria I org 1856–59? arr of S.20ii; incomplete sketch as S.701n
667c Ave Maria II harm D major 1869 arr of S.38
668 Slavimo slavno, Slaveni! org 1863 arr of S.33i
668a Ave maris stella harm 1871 arr of S.34; 1st version of S.669/2
669 (2) Kirchenhymnen: org/harm 1877
669/1
Salve Regina
org/harm 1877
669/2
Ave maris stella
org/harm 1877 arr of S.34; 2nd version of S.668a
669a (7) Deutsche Kirchenlieder: v ch pf/org 1878–79 arr of selections from S.50
669a/1
Es segne uns Gott
ch org 1878–79 arr of S.50/1
669a/2
Gott sei gnädig (Der Kirchensegen)
v/ch org 1878–79 arr of S.50/2
669a/3
Nun ruhen alle Wälder
v org 1878–79 arr of S.50/3
669a/4
O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden
v org 1878–79 arr of S.50/4
669a/5
O Lamm Gottes!
v pf/org 1878–79 arr of S.50/5
669a/6
Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan
v org 1878–79 arr of S.50/6
669a/7
Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten
v org 1878–79 arr of S.50/7
669b Via Crucis (Les 14 stations de la croix) org 1876–79 arr of S.53
669c O Roma nobilis org 1878–79 arr of S.54
670 Rosario: org/harm 1879 arr of selections from S.56
670/1
Mysteria gaudiosa
org/harm 1879 arr of S.56/1
670/2
Mysteria dolorosa
org/harm 1879 arr of S.56/2
670/3
Mysteria gloriosa
org/harm 1879 arr of S.56/3
671 In domum Domini ibimus (Zum Haus des Herrn ziehen wir) org 1884 arr of S.57
671a Zur Trauung org 1883? arr of S.60
672i Weimars Volkslied org 1857–63? arr of S.313; 1st version of S.672ii
672ii Weimars Volkslied org/harm 1872–73? 2nd version of S.672i
672a Orpheus
(Symphonic Poem No.4)
org/harm 1860–72 arr of S.98
672b Einleitung, Fuge und Magnificat aus der Symphonie zu Dantes Divina commedia org/harm 1860 arr by Liszt (and Alexander Wilhelm Gottschalg?) of extracts from S.109
672c Angelus! Prière aux anges gardiens harm 1882 7th (final harm) version of S.162a/i, S.162a/ii, S.162a/iii, S.162a/iv, S.162a/v, S.162a/vi, S.163/1
672d (4) Consolations: org/harm 1866–79 arr of selections from S.172
672d/1
(Lento placido)
org/harm A major 1879? arr of S.172/3
672d/2
(*759)
(Adagio)
org/harm D major 1866–67? arr of S.172/4 by Liszt and Alexander Wilhelm Gottschalg
672d/3
(Andantino)
org/harm E major 1872–73? arr of S.172/5 by Liszt and Alexander Wilhelm Gottschalg
672d/4
(Trôstung)
org/harm E major 1879? arr of S.172/6
673 Variationen über das Motiv von Bach org 1862–63 arr of S.180
674 A magyarok Istene (Ungarns Gott) org/harm 1881 arr of S.339
674a/i
(*674a)
O sacrum convivium org/harm c1880 arr of S.58; ossia version as S.674a/ii [b]
674a/ii
(*674a-bis)
O sacrum convivium org/harm c1880 ossia version of S.674a/i [b]
674b Ave Maria IV org/harm 1881 arr of S.341
674c Nun danket alle Gott org 1884 arr of S.61
674d
Mozart[edit]
[INDEX↑]
674d Ave verum corpus de Mozart org/harm 1886 arr of S.461a
675
Nicolai[edit]
[INDEX↑]
675 Kirchliche Fest-Ouvertüre org/pfped 1852 arr of the Kirchliche Fest-Ouvertüre über den Choral Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott by Otto Nicolai
675a
Ritter[edit]
[INDEX↑]
675a In der Christmette vn org 1873? corrections to No.1 of 5 Charakterstücke, Op.3, by Alexander Ritter
675b
Schumann[edit]
[INDEX↑]
675b Davidsbündlertänze org 1870? arr by Alexander Wilhelm Gottschalg and Liszt of No.14 of the Davidsbündlertänze, Op.6 by Robert Schumann
675c
Verdi[edit]
[INDEX↑]
675c/i Agnus Dei della Messa da Requiem di Giuseppe Verdi org/harm 1877–78 based on No.5 of the Requiem by Giuseppe Verdi; 1st version of S.675c/ii; arr of S.437i
675c/ii Agnus Dei della Messa da Requiem di Giuseppe Verdi org/harm 1883 2nd version of S.675c/i; arr of S.437ii
676
Wagner[edit]
[INDEX↑]
676i Chor der jüngeren Pilger (Der Gnade Heil) org/harm 1860 based on the chorus "Heil! Heil! Der Gnade Wunder Heil!" from Act III of the opera Tannhäuser, WWV.70 by Richard Wagner; 1st version of S.676ii; arr of S.443i
676ii Chor der jüngeren Pilger (Der Gnade Heil) org/harm 1862 2nd version of S.676i; arr of S.443ii
677–679

Chamber with organ/harmonium[edit]

[INDEX↑]
677–678
Liszt[edit]
[INDEX↑]
677 Hosannah (Alleluja del Cantico del sol) org (+tbn) 1862–63 arr of 'Alleluja' from S.4i
677a Cantico di San Francesco d'Assisi tbn pf 1862 arr of extract from S.4ii; published 2013 [g]
678 Aus der Ungarischen Krönungsmesse: vn org/harm 1871 arr of extracts from S.11
678/1
Benedictus
vn org/harm 1871 arr of S.11/5
678/2
Offertorium
vn org/harm 1871 arr of S.11/7
679
Rossini[edit]
[INDEX↑]
679 Cujus animam aus Rossinis Stabat Mater tbn org 1860–70? arr of S.553/1
680–682

Songs with organ/harmonium[edit]

[INDEX↑]
680–681a
Liszt[edit]
[INDEX↑]
680 Ave maris stella v org/harm D major 1868 arr of S.34ii
681 Ave Maria II v org/harm 1869 arr of S.38
681a Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher (Scène dramatique) v org 1875? arr of S.293ii; published 2013 [k][e]
682
Rossini[edit]
[INDEX↑]
682 Cujus animam aus Rossinis Stabat Mater ten org 1874? arr of S.553/1
683–685

Songs[edit]

[INDEX↑]
683
Constantine[edit]
[INDEX↑]
683 Serbisches Lied (Ein Mädchen sitzt am Meeresstrand) v pf 1858? arr of the song by F. W. Constantine, Prince of Hohenzollern-Hechingen
683a
Korbay[edit]
[INDEX↑]
683a Gebet v org 1883? arr of the song by Francis Korbay; arr for v orch as S.368/2
684
Pantaleoni[edit]
[INDEX↑]
684 Barcarole vénitienne de Pantaleoni (Venezianisches Gondellied) v pf 1840 arr of the song by Luigi Pantaleoni (collaborative composition: melody and lyrics by Pantaleoni, pf accompaniment by Liszt)
685
Pavlovna[edit]
[INDEX↑]
685 Es hat geflammt die ganze Nacht (Lied der Grossherzogin Marie Pavlovna) v pf 1849–54 arr of the song by Maria Pavlovna, Grand Duchess of Russia
686

Recitations[edit]

[INDEX↑]
686
Draeseke[edit]
[INDEX↑]
686 Helges Treue nar pf 1860 arr of the ballad Helges Treue, Op.1 by Felix Draeseke
687–701v

Unfinished works or sketches[edit]

[INDEX↑]
687

Stage works[edit]

[INDEX↑]
687 Sardanapalo vv ch orch 1846–52 unfinished particell (110 pages) for an opera based on Lord Byron's Sardanapalus
688–689a

Choral works[edit]

[INDEX↑]
688–688a
Sacred[edit]
[INDEX↑]
688 Die Legende vom heiligen Stanislaus vv ch orch 1869–85 unfinished oratorio; extracts used in S.16i, S.113ii, S.518, S.519; fragment arr for pf as S.688a
688a Die Legende vom heiligen Stanislaus pf 1886? arr of fragment from S.688; incomplete sketches
689–689a
Secular[edit]
[INDEX↑]
689 Singe wem Gesang gegeben mch orch 1848? orchestrated by Liszt and August Conradi; incomplete
689a Manfred ch orch 1842–44 incomplete
690–690e

Orchestra[edit]

[INDEX↑]
690 Symphonie révolutionnaire orch 1830, 1848–53 incomplete sketches; 1st mvt 1849–50; 1st mvt 1st version of S.102; 5th mvt 1st version of S.703; 1st mvt possibly the same as S.710
690a Minuet orch 1830 sketch; may have been intended for S.690; lost
690b ? orch
690c ? orch
690d ? orch
690e Magyar Dalok [No.6] orch 1840 arr of S.242/6; unfinished [g]
691–692

Concertante works[edit]

[INDEX↑]
*691
(121a)
De Profundis 1834 unfinished
691a Concerto for piano and strings pf str early 1830s unfinished
691b Grande paraphrase de concert sur God Save the Queen et Rule Britannia (Fantasie sur thèmes anglais) pf orch 1841 arr of S.694; unfinished, lost
692 Violin Concerto vn orch 1860 sketches only?; lost
692a

Chamber music[edit]

[INDEX↑]
692a
(*719)
Die vier Jahreszeiten 2vn va vc 1880? arr of Le Quattro Stagioni by Antonio Vivaldi; incomplete sketches
692b–700e

Piano solo[edit]

[INDEX↑]
692b Anfang einer Jugendsonate (Beginning of a youthful Sonata) pf F minor 1880 the first page of S.725/1 (14 bars) copied down from memory in 1880 by Liszt for his biographer Lina Ramann (the original composition was lost)
692c
(*136a)
Allegro Maestoso (Etude No. 13) pf F major 1826 incomplete sketches for No.13 of 48 exercises (No.1 of 2nd series) (with S.136 as the 1st series)
692d Rákóczi-Marsch pf 1839–40 simplified arr of S.242a; incomplete sketches
692e Winzerchor aus den entfesselten Prometheus pf 1850? arr of No.5 from S.69i; incomplete sketches
692f Tasso: lamento e trionfo pf 1856 arr of S.96iv; abandoned [p][e]
692g ? pf
692h Sonata pf C minor by early 1835 beginning only, rest lost; Schnapp.19[r][s][b]
692j Untitled piano sketch pf 1829 sketch
692n Klavierstück pf E minor 1849? sketch, early theme from S.172/3
693 (2) Marches dans le genre hongrois: pf 1840? incomplete sketches
693/1
March No. 1
pf D minor 1840? incomplete sketches
693/2
March No.2
pf B minor 1840? incomplete sketches
693a Die Legende von der Heiligen Elisabeth: pf 1862 arr of extracts from S.2; see also 498a
693a/1
Das Rosenmirakel
pf 1862 arr of S.2/2c
693a/2
Der Sturm
pf 1862 arr of S.2/4d
694 Grande paraphrase de concert sur God Save the Queen et Rule Britannia (Fantasie sur thèmes anglais) pf 1841–42 based on the Allegro from the Overture to Messiah by George Frederick Handel, on See, the Conqu'ring Hero Comes! from Judas Maccabaeus by Handel, on Rule, Britannia! by Thomas Arne, and on the British national anthem God Save the Queen; arr for pf4h as S.755b, for pf orch as S.691b, for vn va vc pf as S.718e; basis for S.235, S.734a; unfinished, in fragments; assembled and completed by Leslie Howard as Fantasy on English Themes
695 Klavierstück (Morceau en fa majeur) pf F major 1843 Composed 25th July in Nonnenwerth.
*695a
(171e)
Litanies de Marie unfinished
695b Zigeuner-Epos (11 pieces): pf 1848? sketches
695b/1
(Lento)
pf C minor 1848? sketches
695b/2
(Andantino)
pf C major 1848? sketches
695b/3
(Sehr langsam)
pf D major 1848? sketches
695b/4
(Animato)
pf C major 1848? sketches
695b/5
(Tempo giusto)
pf D major 1848? sketches
695b/6
(Lento)
pf G minor 1848? sketches
695b/6a
pf E major 1848? sketches of Friska to S.695b/6, related to orchestration sketches of S.690d
695b/7
Tempo di marcia
pf A minor 1848? sketches
695b/8
(Adagio sostenuto a capriccio)
pf D major 1848? sketches
695b/9
(Andante cantabile quasi adagio)
pf E major 1848? sketches
695b/10
(Lento)
pf F minor 1848? sketches
695b/11
(Lento)
pf A minor 1848? incomplete sketches
695c (3) Romancero espagnol: pf 1845 incomplete sketches for S.252c, S.253
695c/1
Introduction and Fandango with variations
pf 1845
695c/2
Elaboration of an unidentified theme
pf 1845
695c/3
Jota aragonesa and coda
pf 1845
695e
(*695d)
Petite valse ("Nachspiel zu den drei vergessenen Walzer") pf 1884? incomplete sketches; intended as a conclusion to the set of 3 waltzes S.215 (before No.4 was composed)
695f Cadenza pf 1883–85? for S.514
695h Klavierstück in Es-dur pf E major ? Perhaps piano arrangement of orchestra work, theme unknown
696 Mephisto Waltz No.4 pf 1885 2nd version of S.216b; unfinished draft of new Andantino section added before final bars of S.216b
697 Fantasie über Themen aus Mozarts Figaro und Don Giovanni pf 1842 based on themes from the operas Le nozze di Figaro, K.492 and Don Giovanni, K.527 by Mozart; unfinished; completions by Ferruccio Busoni (omitting Giovanni material) and Leslie Howard
698 La mandragore (Ballade de l'opera Jean de Nivelle) pf 1881 arr of "Tant que le jour dure" from the opera Jean de Nivelle by Léo Delibes; incomplete
698b Notturno (Sketch) pf 1849? Sketch recently found in the Sardanapalo sketchbook.
*699
(516a)
La notte unfinished
700i Grande Fantaisie sur des thèmes de Paganini pf 1845 based on the main theme of the last mvt of the Violin Concerto No.2, Op.7 by Niccolò Paganini and on Il carnevale di Venezia, Op.10 by Niccolò Paganini; unfinished; completed by Imre Mező; 1st version of S.700ii
700ii Variations de bravoure sur des thèmes de Paganini pf 1845 2nd version of S.700i
700a Variations sur le Carnaval de Venise pf 1843? based on Il carnevale di Venezia, Op.10 by Niccolò Paganini; incomplete
700b Fragment pf
700c Fragment pf
700d Fragment pf
700e Fragment pf
700f–701l

Sketchbook 1[edit]

[INDEX↑]
700f–701
Vocal works[edit]
[INDEX↑]
700f La belle en robe des Dimanches v pf 1830–39? incomplete
700g Zur Trauung v 2pf 1883–87? arr of S.60
700h ? v pf (?)
700j Titan (Auf des Athos blauen Felsenspitzen) v pf 1842 1st version of S.79i, S.79ii, S.79iii; pf part incomplete; unpublished
701 Den Felsengipfel stieg ich einst hinan v pf 1843?
701a
Orchestra[edit]
[INDEX↑]
701a Allegro di bravura orch 1830 arr of S.151 (by Liszt?); incomplete sketch; probably related to S.125a
701b
Chamber music[edit]
[INDEX↑]
701b Marie-Poème pf/(str?) 1837 incomplete sketch
701c–701l
Piano solo[edit]
[INDEX↑]
701c Andante sensibilissimo pf 1880–86 incomplete sketch
701d Melodie in Dorische Tonart (Prose des Morts) pf 1861 based on the Dies irae; incomplete sketch
701e Album-Leaf ("Dante Sonata fragment") pf c1837? incomplete sketch of the opening of S.158a
701f Album-Leaf ("Glasgow fragment") pf 1841? incomplete sketch
701g Polnisch pf 1876? sketch
701h 2 Album-Leaves (Opera sketches) pf 1841? incomplete sketches on the same manuscript
701h/1
Operatic aria – and sketched variation (Album-Leaf)
pf 1841 arr of an unidentified operatic aria and one sketched variation; incomplete sketch; related to S.701h/2?
701h/2
Valse infernale (Meyerbeer) – theme
pf 1841? arr of the theme from the Valse infernale (Act III, No.10) from the opera Robert le diable by Giacomo Meyerbeer; incomplete sketch; related to S.701h/1?
701j Harmonie nach Rossini's Carità (La Charité) pf 1847 incomplete sketch for S.552a; originally intended for S.172a
701k Korrekturblatt pf 1882 incomplete sketch for S.199a
701l Album-Leaf ("Weimar fragment") pf 1886? incomplete sketch
701m–701v

Sketchbook 2[edit]

[INDEX↑]
701m
Chamber music[edit]
[INDEX↑]
701m Trio vn vc pf G minor 1886? incomplete sketch for 2 Harmonies poétiques et religieuses
701n
Organ or Harmonium[edit]
[INDEX↑]
701n Korrekturblatt org 1853? incomplete sketch for S.667b/ii
701o–701v
Piano solo[edit]
[INDEX↑]
701o Scherzo pf 1830 (1820s?) incomplete; manuscript reproduced in July 1998 in an auction catalogue by J. A. Stargardt, Germany
701p ? pf
701q ? pf
701r ? pf
701s ? pf
701t ? pf
701u ? pf
701v Marche de Prozinsky pf C minor 1846 incomplete sketch for S.171d
702–768

Doubtful or lost works[edit]

[INDEX↑]
702–708

Choral works[edit]

[INDEX↑]
702–707
Sacred[edit]
[INDEX↑]
702 Tantum ergo ch 1821 or 22 lost or discarded; material used in S.42i
703 Psalm 2 (Quare fremuerunt gentes et populi) ten ch orch 1851 incomplete sketches; 2nd version of 5th mvt of S.690
704 Requiem (on the death of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico) vv ch ?orch 1867? lost; see also S.162d, S.163/6 a funeral march in memory of Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico composed the same year
705 The Creation vv ch ?orch 1867? lost
706 Benedictus ch ? unrealized project
707 Excelsior ch? ? unrealized project; arr of S.666 without org? (arr of prelude from S.6?)
708

Secular[edit]

[INDEX↑]
708 Rinaldo ten mch orch/pf 1848 cantata to text by Goethe, based on music by an unidentified composer (maybe Brahms?); Liszt's authorship doubtful; orchestrated by Liszt and August Conradi; unpublished
709–712

Orchestra[edit]

[INDEX↑]
*709
(113i)
Salve Polonia
710 Funeral March orch 1850 lost; possibly the same as S.761 or 1st mvt of S.690
710a Première Élégie small-orch 1874 or later arr of S.130i; lost [l][e]
711 Csárdás macabre orch 1882? lost; reconstruction by G. Darvos not based on authentic material; Schnapp.81
711a "Gretchen" small-orch 1861 or later arr of S.377b; lost [l][e]
712 Romance oubliée orch 1881 arr of S.527; Liszt's authorship doubtful
713–716

Piano and orchestra[edit]

[INDEX↑]
713 2 Piano Concertos from 1825 pf orch 1825? both lost
713/1
Piano Concerto
pf orch A minor 1825? lost
713/2
Piano Concerto
pf orch 1825? lost
713a Piano Concerto pf orch 1820s lost
713b Clochette Fantasy pf orch 1832 or later arr of S.420; lost
713c Niobe Fantasy pf orch 1835 or later arr of S.419; lost
713d El Contrabandista pf orch 1836 or later arr of S.252; lost
713e Puritani Fantasy pf orch 1836 or later arr of S.390i; lost
713f Heroischer Marsch in ungarischem Styl pf orch 1840 or later arr of S.231; lost [i]
714
(*126a)
(*714)
Ungarische Zigeunerweisen ("Konzert im ungarischen Styl") (Concerto in the Hungarian Style) pf orch 1885 by Liszt's pupil Sophie Menter, probably with Liszt's collaboration, orchestrated by Tchaikovsky in 1892
715 Piano Concerto (in the Italian style) pf orch 1830–39? lost
716 Grande fantaisie symphonique pf orch (?) ? lost; maybe based on S.120?
717–723b

Chamber music[edit]

[INDEX↑]
*717
(126c)
Trio 1825
718 Quintet 2vn va vc db? 1825 lost
718a Duo on Rossini's Semiramide vn pf 1827 based on themes from the opera Semiramide by Gioachino Rossini; lost
718b The Fall of Paris, a Military Air with Variations fl pf 1827 jointly composed with the child flutist Antonio Minasi (c1815–1870); lost; performed by Minasi and Liszt in London on 5 June 1827
718c Un petit morceau vn pf 1829–31? lost; see also S.718f
718d "Sextetto" 2vn 2va 2vc c1835 lost
718e Grand Fantasie on God Save the Queen and Rule Britannia vn va vc pf 1841 arr of S.694; lost
718f "Petit morceau" vc pf 1829 lost; related to S.718c? [t][e]
*719
(692a)
Die vier Jahreszeiten
720 Allegro moderato vn pf E major 1829 lost
721 Prelude vn (+pf?) 1882 lost; Schnapp.83
*722
(377a)
La notte 1864–66
*723
(378c)
Tristia 1880?
723a Postlude (on a theme from Orpheus) chamber-ensemble 1871 based on S.98; spurious, now attributed to Leopold Alexander Zellner, but performed 16 Feb 1871 in Budapest by Liszt, Reményi, and others
723b ? chamber-ensemble
723c–754

Piano solo[edit]

[INDEX↑]
723c–738
Original works[edit]
[INDEX↑]
723c Rákóczi March pf 1823 original version of S.242a; lost, possibly never existed [u]
724 Rondo and Fantasia pf 1824 both lost
724/1
Rondo
pf 1824 lost; possibly same as S.152?
724/2
Fantasia
pf 1824 lost
725 3 Piano Sonatas from 1825 pf 1825 all lost
725/1
Piano Sonata
pf F minor 1825? 3 mvts; lost; Schnapp.5; several bars copied down from memory later as S.692b
725/2
Piano Sonata
pf C minor 1825 3 mvts; lost; Schnapp.6; only three bars were copied down from memory in a letter from Liszt to his mother
725/3
Piano Sonata
pf 1825 3 mvts; lost; Schnapp.7
725a Coda to a keyboard exercise by Charles Mayer pf 1820s lost, possibly improvised and never written down
726 Etude pf ? lost
726a Valse pf E major 1835 lost
*727
(166e)
Prélude omnitonique
*728
(192/5)
Sospiri!
729 Tantum ergo pf 1869 arr of S.42ii; discovered, no longer lost (renumbered as ?)
*730
(195)
Dem Andenken Petöfis
*731
(210)
Valse élégiaque
*732
(215/4)
Valse oubliée No.4
*733
(233b)
Marche hongroise
*734
(211a)
Ländler
734a Rule Britannia (Paraphrase de concert) pf 1841–49 based on S.694; lost [v]
*735
(249c)
Air cosaque
736 Kerepsi csárdás pf ? lost; Liszt's authorship doubtful
737 (3) Morceaux en style de danse ancien hongrois pf 1850 manuscript lost; Liszt's authorship doubtful
*738
(252c)
Grosse Konzertfantasie über spanische Weisen
739–754
Arrangements[edit]
[INDEX↑]
739–740
Beethoven[edit]
[INDEX↑]
739 Corolian Overture pf 1846–47 arr of Coriolan, Op.62 by Ludwig van Beethoven; lost
740 Egmont Overture pf 1846–47 arr of the overture from the incidental music to Egmont, Op.84 by Ludwig van Beethoven; lost
741
Berlioz[edit]
[INDEX↑]
741 Le carnaval romain pf 1844–49? arr of the overture Le carnaval romain, H.95 by Hector Berlioz; lost
742
Donizetti[edit]
[INDEX↑]
*742
(400a)
Duettino de La favorite
743
Gounod[edit]
[INDEX↑]
743 Chœur des soldats de Faust pf 1864 arr of the soldiers' chorus from Act IV of the opera Faust by Charles Gounod; lost; Schnapp.68
743a
Halévy[edit]
[INDEX↑]
743a Fantaisie sur des thèmes de l'opéra Guitarero pf 1841 based on themes from the opera Guitarrero by Fromental Halévy; lost
744
Kullak[edit]
[INDEX↑]
744 Dom Sebastien (Paraphrase de concert) pf 1843–44? based on themes from Act IV of the opera Dom Sebastien by Theodor Kullak; lost
745–747a
Liszt[edit]
[INDEX↑]
*745
(226a)
Marche funèbre 1827
746 Andante maestoso pf ? lost
*747
(167c)
Poco adagio 1847? arr of extract from S.9; lost; Liszt's authorship uncertain [b]
747a
(*147a)
5 Variationen über die Romanze aus der Oper Joseph von Méhul pf by 1820 spurious, incorrectly attributed to Liszt, actually by Franz Xaver Mozart, published as his Op.23 in 1820
748
Mozart[edit]
[INDEX↑]
748 Die Zauberflöte pf 1843? arr of the overture to the opera Die Zauberflöte, K.620 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; lost
749
Radovsky[edit]
[INDEX↑]
749 Preussischer Armeemarsch pf 1866? arr of an unidentified composition, attributed to "Radovsky"; lost
750–751
Rossini[edit]
[INDEX↑]
*750
(421a)
Introduction et variations sur une marche du Siège de Corinthe 1830?
*751
(421b)
Fantaisie sur des thèmes de Maometto et Mose (Maometto-Fantasie)
752
Rubinstein[edit]
[INDEX↑]
*752
(554/1)
Gelb rollt
753
Schubert[edit]
[INDEX↑]
753 Alfonso und Estrella pf 1850–51 arr of Act I of the opera Alfonso und Estrella, D.732 by Franz Schubert; lost
754
Tirindelli[edit]
[INDEX↑]
*754
(573a)
Seconda mazurka variata
755–755b

Piano four-hands[edit]

[INDEX↑]
755 Sonata pf4h 1825 lost; Schnapp.10
755a A magyarok Istene (Ungarns Gott) pf4h 1881 arr of S.339; Liszt's authorship doubtful
755b Grosse Fantasie über God Save the Queen und Rule Britannia (Fantasie über englische Themen) pf4h 1841 arr of S.694; lost
756–757

Two pianos[edit]

[INDEX↑]
756 Mosonyis Grabgeleit 2pf 1870 arr of S.194; Liszt's authorship uncertain
757 Le triomphe funèbre du Tasse 2pf 1866–69 arr of S.112/3; lost
758–760

Organ or harmonium[edit]

[INDEX↑]
758 Die Orgel org 1850–59? symphonic poem after Johann Gottfried Herder; lost
*759
(672d/2)
Adagio
760 Cantico del sol di Francesco d'Assisi org 1881 arr of S.4ii; lost
761–761b

Chamber with organ/harmonium[edit]

[INDEX↑]
761 Marche funèbre vc pf org 1860s arr of the 3rd mvt from the Piano Sonata No.2, Op.35 by Frédéric Chopin; possibly the same as S.710
761a ? chamber-ensemble org
761b ? chamber-ensemble org
761c–766

Songs[edit]

[INDEX↑]
761c 2 or more Songs v pf 1820s lost
762 Air de Chateaubriand v (pf?) 1858 lost; possibly the same as S.18/4
763 Strophes de Herlossohn v pf 1858 lost
764 Kränze pour chant v pf 1858 lost
765 Die Glöckchen v pf 1857 intended as S.316/3; lost
765a L'aube naît v pf 1842 lost
766 Der Papsthymnus v pf 1865? based on S.261; arr for 2vv (+org) as S.36, for ch orch as S.3/8; Liszt's authorship doubtful
767

Songs with organ/harmonium[edit]

[INDEX↑]
767 Excelsior! (Preludio zu dem Glocken des Strassburger Münsters) v org 1874 arr of prelude from S.6; Liszt's authorship doubtful
768

Recitations[edit]

[INDEX↑]
768 Der ewige Jude nar pf orch 1881 melodrama to words by Christian Friedrich Daniel Schubart; lost; Schnapp.79

Explanatory notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b S.21ii and S.29 were published with reversed titles, S.21ii as "Pater noster II", S.29 as "Pater noster I", and they are erroneously listed as such in some older catalogues.
  2. ^ a b S.24 and S.27 were published with reversed titles, S.24 as "Te Deum II", S.27 as "Te Deum I", and they are erroneously listed as such in some older catalogues.
  3. ^ Composed at the same time as Rosario S.56 Nos.1–3, and published as No.4 of Rosario (as "Pater noster" zum Rosario), but it is not certain it was intended by Liszt to be included with Rosario. It was not included in org/harm solo version of Rosario S.670.
  4. ^ These 4 choruses were composed to benefit the formation of a new Mozart Foundation, and were published as a set by Schott (Mainz) in 1843.
  5. ^ a b c d 75i, 76 and 89a/1–2 were published by Eck (Köln) in 1844 as (4) Vierstimmige Männergesänge.
  6. ^ a b c 75ii, 84i, 85iii, 227? and 303? were published in Aug 1849 by Schuberth (Hamburg) as Festalbum zur Säkularfeier von Goethes Geburtstag. 1st perf lw25(sw28?) Aug 1849 Weimar?
  7. ^ Nos.1 & 2 were published by Eck (Köln) in 1844.
  8. ^ These 3 choruses were published as a set by Knop (Basel) in 1845.
  9. ^ These 12 choruses were published as a set by Kahnt (Leipzig) in 1861.
  10. ^ These 3 choruses were also published as a set by ? in 1859(?)
  11. ^ Published by Weber (Leipzig) in 1859.
  12. ^ The first publication included the original ending to the 3rd mvt (without the choral section). For the new final chorus, a 10 bar segue replaces the last 13 bars of the original ending.
  13. ^ a b The revisions of the 1849 piano version (S.227) and orchestra version (S.115i), were made in 1857 (piano S.521i, orchestra S.115iii) for the unveiling of the Goethe and Schiller memorial on 3 September 1857 in Weimar.
  14. ^ Published in Busoni's altered form as De Profundis. Liszt's original manuscript version is unpublished (in private collection).
  15. ^ Published 1964 as edited and arranged from the manuscript by violinist Tibor Serly, who artificially divided it into 4 mvts and misleadingly entitled it "Duo (Sonata)".
  16. ^ a b Composed in Weimar in June 1875. In 5 sections: Allegretto – Andante – Allegro con fuoco – Lento – Vivace, all written in a markedly Hungarian style. Manuscript of cello & piano version in the Mahler Musical Library in Paris since 1991, violin & piano version in private collection since 1935.
  17. ^ 36-page manuscript score consists of Introduction: Presto a capriccio (C minor) – Chansonette (with variations) – Larghetto religioso – Coda (E major). Extensive Larghetto religioso section is an early version of La chapelle de Guillaume Tell S.156/5. The Panseron title is mentioned in a 12 Dec 1832 letter by Liszt; believed to have been performed by him. Manuscript discovered in private collection 1987, auctioned at Sotheby's, current whereabouts unknown.[src 1]
  18. ^ This first publication by Ernest Knop (who also wrote the song No.2 is based on) was formerly catalogued by Searle mistakenly as S.155a, believing it was an earlier version of S.156/10–12 published 1842 by Haslinger, and its later revision S.156a. It is actually identical to the Haslinger publication.
  19. ^ These are the first four pieces in the album for Princess Marie zu Sayn-Wittgenstein [de]. This album contains musical autographs (album-leaves) and original pieces by 44 composers. It was presented by Liszt to the 10-year old Polish princess, daughter of Princess Carolyne zu Sayn-Wittgenstein, in August 1847. Liszt wrote the first 4 pieces (S.166m) and also pasted-in an additional piece, a sort of frontispiece, dedicated to the mother (S.166n).
  20. ^ pasted-in by Liszt at the beginning of the album for Princess Marie von Sayn-Wittgenstein, and dedicated to her mother Princess Carolyne von S-W.
  21. ^ The manuscript score for all 8 pieces are in the "N5 Sketchbook" (sometimes known as the "Tasso Sketchbook") housed in the Goethe/Schiller Archive, Weimar. The exact dates for some of the pieces are as given in Liszt's hand on the manuscript. The overall title is Liszt's at the head of the first piece, as is the alternative title (with "Préludes et" prepended) given by Liszt in brackets.
       S.171d was formerly catalogued as only one piece, the first one in the current set, called "Prélude (Préludes et Harmonies poétiques et religieuses)", as the remaining 7 pieces had not yet been deciphered from the manuscript and were wrongfully thought to be merely sketches. The single S.171d was first published in the New Liszt Edition along with S.171c and 171e, all 3 being early versions of pieces in the final well-known set "Harmonies poétiques et religieuses" S.173.
       The complete set of all 8 pieces was first published in 2003 in Leslie Howard's edition, after deciphering the N5 manuscript and completing the unfinished sections, the remaining 7 pieces were added to S.171d (2–8).
  22. ^ Originally titled Disjecti membra poetae, later changed to Attente (eventually used as the title of No.6), then the obviously-tenative title as given (with the dash and question-mark per Liszt). The title Ballade (?) is also on the manuscript, added later by Liszt as an indication of the piece's intended use as the first Ballade (S.170).
  23. ^ The manuscript score for the first 11 pieces is in the "N9 Sketchbook" housed in the Goethe/Schiller Archive, Weimar. Piece number 12 is missing. All pieces were worked on from October 1847 to early January 1848. Only the first 3 pieces (catalogued as S.173b, 173a/1, 173a/2 respectively) were first published in the New Liszt Edition in 1981 from the N9 manuscript, after which they were collectively renumbered S.172a (in the current order), with no other pieces.
       The complete set of all existing pieces (1–11) was first published in 1997 in Leslie Howard's edition, after reassembling the disordered and damaged N9 manuscript, the remaining 8 pieces were added to S.172a (4–11).
  24. ^ This 2nd mvt chorus is Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen, which uses the same b.c. as the 1st mvt that Liszt's variations are on. This 2nd mvt music is also used in the 7th mvt, the final chorale Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan, and that text is printed above the music of the "Choral" in Liszt's score. This 2nd mvt chorus (with the b.c.) was later reworked by Bach as the 17th mvt "Crucifixus" (mvt II/5) for his famous Mass in B minor, BWV 232, thus Liszt's attribution in his title even though all of the material was derived by Liszt from the Cantata and not the Mass.
  25. ^ "Preludio funebre, S205b (Liszt) - from CDA68247 - Hyperion Records - MP3 and Lossless downloads". www.hyperion-records.co.uk. Retrieved 2021-09-30.
  26. ^ In some lists S.222 ("Albumblatt") is given the new number S.212a, and "Mariotte - Valse de Marie" (S.212a) is listed as S.212b. Both of these are mistakes and do not correspond to any of the official catalogues (there is no S.212b). S.222 was first published in the old Liszt Edition (B&H 1928) with its incorrect title. Upon subsequent examination of the autograph manuscript dated 3 June 1843 with the correct title (currently in the Liszt Museum, Weimar), it was clearly a later version of S.212 and so reassigned the new number S.212/2 (S.212 becoming S.212/1).
  27. ^ This galop (usually referring to this "easy" version) is sometimes wrongly attributed to Johann Strauss II.
  28. ^ Liszt mistakenly thought the tune was an ancient folksong from the 15th century (thus his subtitle), when in fact it was written by Josef Krov, who was alive and living in Germany at the time Liszt made his arrangement.
  29. ^ The first of Liszt's many arrangements of the Rákóczi March.

    Versions for piano:

    • 1st draft version (1823?) S.723c
    • 1st finalized version (1839–40) S.242a
    • Simplified 1st version (1839) S.692d
    • 2nd version (1841) 164f
    • 3rd version (1846–47) S.242/13
    • Simplified 3rd version (c1846) S.242/13a (see also S.242/10)
    • 4th version (1847) S.244/15
    • Simplified 4th version (c1847) S.244/15a
    • 5th version (1851) S.244c
    • 6th version (orch version arr for pf) (1863) S.244a
    • Simplified 6th version (1871) S.244b

    Versions for other instruments:

    • orchestra (arr of 4th piano version, 1863–67) S.117
    • piano duet (arr of orch version, 1870) S.608
    • 2-pianos (arr of orch version, 1870) S.652a
  30. ^ Dedicated to Princess Marie zu Sayn-Wittgenstein [de], the 10-year old Polish princess, daughter of Liszt's muse the Princess Carolyne zu Sayn-Wittgenstein, at her estate in Woronińce [uk] (Polish Ukraine).
  31. ^ Arrangements:

    original for solo voice, piano (1857) S.313

    • unison chorus, piano (1857) S.87viii
    • unison chorus, brass (1857) S.87viii
    • male chorus, piano (1857) S.87i
    • male chorus, winds, brass, percussion (1857) S.87i
    • piano duet (1857) S.588
    • orch (with Franz Doppler, 1857) S.359a
    • piano solo (1857) S.542i
    • 4-part male chorus (1860?) S.87iii
    • organ (1857–63?) S.672i
    • 3 equal voice chorus (1870s?) S.87vi
    • 3-part children's chorus (1870s?) S.87vii
    • organ or harmonium (1872–73?) S.672ii
    • male chorus, optional piano (1873?) S.87ii
    • piano solo [rev.] (1873) S.542ii
    • male chorus, winds, brass, percussion [rev.] (b1875?) S.87i/a
    • 4-part male chorus [rev.] (1875?) S.87iii/a
    • mixed chorus, optional piano (1875?) S.87v
    • male chorus, organ (1875) S.87iv
  32. ^ For mch/ch/cch (+pf/orch).
  33. ^ The unpublished manuscript was identified in the Liszt Museum at Weimar in 1894, and was still present as late as 1901, but as of 1993 its whereabouts are unknown.
  34. ^ Leslie Howard has Hexameron (S.365b) and Concerto pathétique (S.365a) both listed as S.365b on the liner indexes and back covers of albums vol.53a (1998) & vol.53b (1996) respectively, and the S numbers are swapped (365a for H., 365b for C.P.) in his 2011 Searle catalog in the booklet for the complete set. The pieces are assigned their correct S numbers here.
  35. ^ Sections orchestrated by Leslie Howard:
    • Ritornello (link between Var.3 & 4)
    • Variation 5
    • Interlude 1 (between Var.5 & 6)
    • Interlude 2 (between Var.6 & Finale)
    • Finale part 1 (of 2)
  36. ^ Catalogues and other mentions of these pieces (including recordings) list them differently, in varying combinations of piece numbers and titles (and even keys!) Some of the sources for the themes haven't been found, and it's even been suggested that the Andantino in A minor is not by Auber (such as the New Liszt Edition, which gave it the "Klavierstück" title), though there is no support given for this claim, other than nobody has found the theme in a piece by Auber; the same could be said for the Prière and even the Introduction.
       Part of the problem is that the Introduction, Prière, and Cavatine are all one piece, or to put it another way: there are two parts to the piece (Prière and Cavatine), preceded by a short (30 seconds) introduction. However, this is also problematic, as Liszt completely crossed off the entire Prière section, as if he intended to use just the Cavatine preceded by an introduction (which is why some catalogues omit the Prière!); it is not known whether he intended to insert another passage there or concatenate the intro with the Cavatine, or whether the result would be two separate pieces.
       An argument for the "Introduction" being a separate piece, even if you include the Prière, is that it is in A major, while both the Prière and Cavatine are in E major, not exactly compatible keys, especially for an "introduction", which is not Liszt's title anyway.
       It is notable that Liszt's manuscript has no titles for any of the individual sections or "pieces", nor a title for the entire set either, so the titles given by various catalogues (and here) are purely arbitrary. The only thing known (or found out, rather) is that the "Cavatine" section is the Berceuse from an opera by Auber. The preceding Prière begins in almost the same way as the Cavatine (and in the same key), so the former may be derived from the latter (thus identifying the so-called "Prière" as from the same Auber opera), and in fact the Cavatine may be a rewrite of the Prière, which may give the reason it was crossed off.
  37. ^ Giuseppe Buonamici's version is considerably cut from the original, but approved by Liszt, with added passages by Liszt linking the two pieces together.
  38. ^ Performed by Liszt in 1862 and referred to by him (in letters and other writings) as Illustrations du Prophète No. 4.
  39. ^ It is not known whether the Theme and Variations are either lost, or were improvised by Liszt and never written down, or were by another composer to which Liszt was writing an introduction.
  40. ^ Liszt: New Discoveries, Vol. 4 (Media notes). CD/Album Sleeve: Hyperion. 2018. CDA68247.
  41. ^ a b Leslie Howard has the titles and other details of the two versions mixed up on the liner indexes and back covers of albums vol.35 (1995) & vol.40 (1996), while the liner notes correctly describe the version being played, and the versions are also swapped in his 2011 Searle catalog in the booklet for the complete set. They are given correctly here.
  42. ^ These pieces were published as a set by Kahnt (Leipzig) in 1852, and each individual piece is marked as "transcribed by Corno", though the title of the set is not so marked. "Corno" is thought to be August Horn (corno being Italian for horn), but this could be misleading. Both the order of the pieces and titles are odd, however.
       Considering the original choruses (in S.89a), the two settings of Trost were published together (Knop 1845) as Nos.1 (in E) & 2 (in C), followed by Nicht gezagt! as No.3. It makes more sense textually and musically for the two settings of different music but with the same lyrics (Before the battle (E Trost) & God calls us to battle (C major Trost)) to sandwich the battle preparation piece Nicht gezagt (Without saying a word, without hesitation, with only hope of winning the battle). The revised versions of the choruses (in S.90) were published (Kahnt 1861) this way. Liszt's piano transcriptions S.511, made the same year as the choral revisions S.90 (and with the same collective title and same individual piece titles), also keep to this more logical order. It is therefore likely that the publication of the first choral version in S.89a (Knop 1845) mistakenly reversed Nos.2 & 3.
       The earlier piano transcription here S.510a (Kahnt 1852) presents the order as Nicht gezagt, Trost C major, Trost E, the exact reverse of Knop 1845's mistaken order. What's more, the titles are assigned to the wrong pieces. The titles are in French, which is somewhat misleading, as follows: La consolation for Nicht gezagt, where "consolation" is actually the French (and English) translation of "trost"; Avant la bataille for Trost C major, where "avant la bataille is actually the French translation of "vor der schlacht" ("before the battle"); and L'espérance for Trost E, where the English translation is "hope" which refers to "nicht gezagt" ("without word or hesitation only hope").
       It is possible that "Corno's" only contribution is the (mis)assigning of the French titles. Leslie Howard finds that the music itself is in Liszt's style of transcription and must therefore be by him.[src 2] The piece order recorded by Howard is as they are in their publication Kahnt 1852, and Howard gives the same titles from the publication, despite his identification of both the title and order mixups in his liner notes.[src 2] Likewise that order with those titles are in the Short/Howard catalogue as of the 2011 update. However, the corrected title attributions (per the preceding analysis) are given here, in the corrected order (the same order as S.511 & S.90).
  43. ^ Several catalogues list the composition date as 1838, and a 1st publication in 1838 in Vienna.[F][H] At least one catalogue lists the Viennese publication as being by Spina, with a "new edition" in 1883 by Cranz.[H] "1838" is a perpetuated dyslexic typo; the composition was written in 1883.[src 3] The first publication was by Cranz in the same year.
       The source for the mistaken Spina reference is unclear. Spina in 1838 worked for the publishing house of Diabelli in Vienna and all imprints from that time were in Diabelli's name not Spina's. After Diabelli retired, Spina published under their own name, also in Vienna, but they ceased publishing in 1876, and Cranz, located in Hamburg, bought their catalogue in 1879, thereafter publishing in Vienna as well though only under their own name, not as Spina.
       Note that this is Liszt's only "late" Schubert transcription, done four decades after the others, and it is not a transcription of a lied but of a choral work by Schubert. Schubert did write a lied version (D.808) of the piece at the same time as the choral version, but it was not published until 1872, and was unknown to Liszt.[src 3]
  44. ^ LW Catalogue [H] lists publication as Paris: Hainauer, 1865 for S.560 #7 "rev.". That date is incorrect as it has been proven that this version was made for Liszt's biographer Lina Ramann around 1880 when was working on her book. The publisher name may still be correct, however.
  45. ^ Liszt mistakenly thought the original song was by Schubert.
  46. ^ Originally thought to be an Album-Leaf ("Ruhig") and catalogued as such as S.167a.
  47. ^ Liszt performed this arrangement with Frank Mori during his 1840–41 tour of the British Isles.

Source reference notes[edit]

  1. ^ Kimmelman, Michael (1987-11-24). "Lost Score By Liszt To Be Sold". The New York Times. Retrieved 2007-12-22.
  2. ^ a b Howard, Leslie (2011). Liszt: New Discoveries, Volume 3; Leslie Howard, piano (PDF) (CD, liner notes). Hyperion Records. CDA67810.
  3. ^ a b Howard, Leslie (1995). Liszt: The Schubert Transcriptions, Volume 1; Leslie Howard, piano (PDF) (CD, liner notes). Hyperion Records. CDA66951.

Catalogues[edit]

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  1. ^ a b Short, Michael; Howard, Leslie (2004). Ferenc Liszt (1811–1886): List of works : Comprehensively Expanded from the Catalogue of Humphrey Searle as Revised by Sharon Winklhofer. Milano: Rugginenti. 144p. ISBN 978-8-876-65433-6. — Version 6 of Searle's catalogue, made by Short & Howard, revised and expanded the catalogue, including discovery of many previously lost and unpublished works and alternate versions, as part of Howard's study and research into Liszt's manuscripts and various published editions for his project to record the complete piano works of Liszt. This version is the most current and definitive, containing cross-references to both LW (Liszt Works, Eckhardt & Mueller) and R (Raabe) numbers, and incorporates material from all previous catalogues, including Liszt's own two (1855 & 1877), Liszt's authorized biographer August Göllerich's (1908), and more recent catalogues of lost, unfinished, played but never written down, and planned works.
  2. ^ Searle, Humphrey (1940). "Franz Liszt, Works". Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians (4th ed.). London: Macmillan. — Searle's original catalogue (version 1), with a different numbering system, written for Grove's 4th edition.
  3. ^ Searle, Humphrey (1954). "Franz Liszt, Works". Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians. 5 (5th ed.). London: Macmillan. pp. 263–314. — Version 2 of Searle's catalogue, revised and with a new numbering still in use today; published in Grove's 5th edition concurrently with Searle's book.
  4. ^ Searle, Humphrey (1966) [1954]. "Catalogue of Works". The Music of Liszt (2nd revised ed.). London: Williams & Norgate. pp. 155–195. — The original 1954 edition of Searle's book contained the identical catalogue (version 2) to the one published in Grove's 5th edition the same year. The 1966 edition contained a revised catalogue (version 3), also included in a reprint of Grove's 5th that year.
  5. ^ Searle, Humphrey (1980). "Franz Liszt, Works". The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. 11 (6th ed.). London & New York: Macmillan. pp. 51–57. — Version 4 revision of Searle's catalogue, for Grove's 6th edition.
  6. ^ a b Searle, Humphrey (1985). "Franz Liszt, [Catalog of Liszt's Compositions]". Chopin, Schumann, Liszt. The New Grove Early Romantic Masters. 1. Revised by Winklhofer, Sharon. New York & London: W. W. Norton. pp. 322–368. ISBN 0393016919. — Version 5 of Searle's catalogue, made by Winklhofer for inclusion in a book reprint of Searle's bio of Liszt from Grove's 6th.
  7. ^ Raabe, Peter (1931). "Verzeichnis aller Werke Liszts nach Gruppen geordnet". Franz Liszt (in German). 2: Liszts Schaffen. Stuttgart: J. G. Cotta. pp. 241–364. OCLC 7548050. — Raabe's catalogue originated the "R" numbers, still in use today, though now deprecated in favor of Searle's S numbering system.
  8. ^ a b c Eckhardt, Mária; Mueller, Rena Charnin (2001). "Franz Liszt, Works". The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. 14 (7th ed.). London & New York: Macmillan. pp. 785–872. ISBN 1561592390. — Eckhardt & Mueller's catalogue for Grove's 7th edition, with their own "LW" numbering system. This catalogue is the one currently available on Grove Music Online (8th edition).
  9. ^ Liszt, Franz (1855). Thematisches Verzeichnis. Breitkopf & Härtel.
  10. ^ Liszt, Franz (1877). Thematisches Verzeichnis (updated ed.). Breitkopf & Härtel.
  11. ^ Ramann, Lina. "List of works". Franz Liszt: Als Künstler und Mensch. 1880 et seq.
  12. ^ Göllerich, August (1908). "List of works". Franz Liszt.
  13. ^ Schnapp, Friedrich (1942). "Verschollene Kompositionen Franz Liszts (Lost compositions of Franz Liszt)". Von deutscher Tonkünst.
  14. ^ Mező, Imre. "Index of works". New Liszt Edition. 1970–1993.
  15. ^ List of compositions by C number.
  16. ^ Howard, Leslie. Searle catalogue (CD, liner notes) (updated cello ed.).
  17. ^ Howard, Leslie (2009). Searle catalogue (CD, liner notes) (updated violin ed.).
  18. ^ Howard, Leslie (2011). Searle catalogue (CD, liner notes) (updated violin ed.).
  19. ^ Howard, Leslie (2011). Searle catalogue (CD, liner notes) (updated trio ed.).
  20. ^ Howard, Leslie (2011). Searle catalogue (CD, liner notes) (updated orchestra ed.). Hyperion. CDA67856.
  21. ^ Howard, Leslie (2011). Searle catalogue (CD, liner notes) (updated piano ed.). Hyperion.
  22. ^ Howard, Leslie (2018). Searle catalogue (CD, liner notes) (updated piano ed.). Hyperion.

Other catalogue sources[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g +FTD 2020
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by bz ca cb cc cd ce cf cg ch ci cj ck *FTD 2020
  3. ^ *Chuckstreet (Wikipedia) 10/2019
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k +LW Catalogue (Grove) 2001
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae #FTD 2020
  6. ^ +Leslie Howard (Hyperion Orchestral Works CDA67856) 2011
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p +Michael Saffle (The Music of Franz Liszt: Stylistic Development and Cultural Synthesis) 04/2018
  8. ^ +Imre Mező (New Liszt Edition) 1993
  9. ^ a b +Leslie Howard (Hyperion) 1998
  10. ^ +Leslie Howard (Hyperion) 1996
  11. ^ a b c +American Liszt Society (vol.29 no.2) 2014
  12. ^ a b c +William Wright (The Liszt Companion, Ben Arnold ed.) 2002
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o #Michael Saffle (The Music of Franz Liszt: Stylistic Development and Cultural Synthesis) 04/2018
  14. ^ +Chuckstreet (Wikipedia) 03/2018
  15. ^ +Leslie Howard (Hyperion) 1993
  16. ^ a b +Cory Gavito (Naxos) 2016
  17. ^ a b +Leslie Howard (Hyperion) 1995
  18. ^ +William S. Newman (A History of the Sonata Idea: Volume 3: The Sonata Since Beethoven) 1969
  19. ^ +Michael Saffle (The Liszt Companion, Ben Arnold ed.) 2002 (as S.692b incorrectly)
  20. ^ +Michael Saffle (The Liszt Companion, Ben Arnold ed.) 2002
  21. ^ +Michael Short & Michael Saffle 04/2018
  22. ^ +Leslie Howard (Hyperion) 1999

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