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


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

This is a thematic list of original works by Franz Liszt, based on the catalogue of Humphrey Searle - "The Music of Liszt", 1966; and on the additions by Sharon Winklhofer and Leslie Howard. This list comes from [http://imslp.org/wiki/List_of_compositions_by_Franz_Liszt_%28S.1_-_S.350%29 International Music Score Library Project] .

This is the first half of the list and spans original works only; for arranged works see the second half: List of compositions by Franz Liszt (S.351 - S.999).

Original Works

Opera

*S.1, "Don Sanche, ou le Château de l'Amour" (1824-25)

acred Choral Works

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

ecular Choral Works

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

Orchestral Works

ymphonic Poems

*S.95, "Poème symphonique No. 1, Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne" [first/second/third version] (1848-49, 1850, 1854)
*S.96, "Poème symphonique No. 2, Tasso, Lamento e Trionfo" [first/second/third version] (1849, 1850-51, 1854)
*S.97, "Poème symphonique No. 3, Les Préludes" (1848)
*S.98, "Poème symphonique No. 4, Orpheus" (1853-54)
*S.99, "Poème symphonique No. 5, Prometheus" [first/second version] (1850, 1855)
*S.100, "Poème symphonique No. 6, Mazeppa" [first/second version] (1851, b. 1854)
*S.101, "Poème symphonique No. 7, Festklänge" [revisions added to 1863 pub] (1853)
*S.102, "Poème symphonique No. 8, Héroïde funèbre" [first/second version] (1849-50, 1854)
*S.103, "Poème symphonique No. 9, Hungaria" (1854)
*S.104, "Poème symphonique No. 10, Hamlet" (1858)
*S.105, "Poème symphonique No. 11, Hunnenschlacht" (1856-57)
*S.106, "Poème symphonique No. 12, Die Ideale" (1857)
*S.107, "Poème symphonique No. 13, Von der Wiege bis zum Grabe" (From the Cradle to the Grave) (1881-82)

Other Orchestral Works

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

Pianoforte and Orchestra

*S.120, "Grande Fantaisie Symphonique on themes from Berlioz Lélio" (1834)
*S.121, "Malediction (with string orchestra)" (1833)
*S.122, "Fantasie über Beethovens Ruinen von Athen" [first/second version] (1837?, 1849)
*S.123, "Fantasie über ungarische Volksmelodien" (1852)
*S.124, "Piano Concerto No. 1 in E flat" [first/second version] (1849, 1856)
*S.125, "Piano Concerto No. 2 in A major" [first/second version] (1839, 1849)
*S.125a, "Piano Concerto (No. 3) in E flat" (1836-39)
*S.126, "Totentanz. Paraphrase on Dies Irae" [Feruccio Busoni's 'De Profundis'/final version] (1849, 1859)
*S.126a, "Piano Concerto "In the Hungarian Style" [probably by Sophie Menter] (1885)

Chamber Music

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

Pianoforte Solo

tudies

*S.136, "Études en douze exercices dans tous les tons majeurs et mineurs" [first version, 12 pieces] (1826)
*S.137, "Douze Grandes Études" [second version, 12 pieces] (1837)
*S.138, "Mazeppa" [intermediate version of S137/4] (1840)
*S.139, "Douze Études d'exécution transcendante" [final version, 12 pieces] (1851)
*S.140, "Études d'exécution transcendante d'après Paganini" [first version, 6 pieces] (1838-39)
*S.141, "Grandes Études de Paganini" [second version, 6 pieces] (1851)
*S.142, "Morceau de Salon, Étude de perfectionnement" [Ab Irato, first version] (1840)
*S.143, "Ab Irato, Étude de perfectionnement" [second version] (1852)
*S.144, "Trois Études de concert" [3 pieces] (1848?)
*#"Il Lamento"
*#"La Leggierezza"
*#"Un Sospiro"
*S.145, "Zwei Konzertetüden" [2 pieces] (1862-63)
*S.146, "Technische Studien" [68 studies] (ca. 1868-80)

Various Original Works

*S.147, "Variation sur une valse de Diabelli" (1822)
*S.148, "Huit Variations" (1824?)
*S.149, "Sept Variations brillantes dur un thème de G. Rossini" (1824?)
*S.150, "Impromptu brillant sur des thèmes de Rossini et Spontini" (1824)
*S.151, "Allegro di bravura" (1824)
*S.152, "Rondo di bravura" (1824)
*S.152a, "Klavierstück" (?)
*S.153, "Scherzo in G minor" (1827)
*S.153a, "Marche funèbre" (1827)
*S.153b, "Grand Solo caractèristique d'apropos une chansonette de Panseron" [private collection, score inaccessible] (1830-32) [cite web |url = http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9B0DE5DD1F39F937A15752C1A961948260 |title = Lost Score By Liszt To Be Sold |accessdate = 2007-12-22 |last = Kimmelman |first = Michael |date =1987-11-24 |publisher = The New York Times]
*S.154, "Harmonies poétiques et religieuses" [Pensée des morts, first version] (1833, 1835)
*S.155, "Apparitions" [3 pieces] (1834)
*S.156, "Album d'un Voyageur" [3 sets; 7, 9, 3 pieces] (1835-38)
*S.156a, "Trois morceaux suisses" [3 pieces] (1835-36)
*S.157, "Fantaisie romantique sur deux mélodies suisses" (1836)
*S.157a, "Sposalizio" (1838-39)
*S.157b, "Il penseroso" [first version] (1839)
*S.157c, "Canzonetta del Salvator Rosa" [first version] (1849)
*S.158, "Tre Sonetti del Petrarca" [3 pieces, first versions of S161/4-6] (1844-45)
*S.158a, "Paralipomènes à la Divina Commedia" [Dante Sonata original 2 movement version] (1844-45)
*S.158b, "Prologomènes à la Divina Commedia" [Dante Sonata second version] (1844-45)
*S.158c, "Adagio in C major" (Dante Sonata albumleaf) (1844-45)
*S.159, "Venezia e Napoli" [first version, 4 pieces] (1840?)
*S.160, "Années de Pèlerinage. Première Année; Suisse" [9 pieces] (1848-55)
*S.161, "Années de Pèlerinage. Deuxième Année; Italie" [7 pieces] (1839-49)
*S.162, "Venezia e Napoli. Supplément aux Années de Pèlerinage 2de volume" [3 pieces] (1860)
*S.162a, "Den Schutz-Engeln" (Angelus! Prière à l'ange gardien) [4 drafts] (1877-82)
*S.162b, "Den Cypressen der Villa d'Este - Thrénodie II" [first draft] (1882)
*S.162c, "Sunt lacrymae rerum" [first version] (1872)
*S.162d, "Sunt lacrymae rerum" [intermediate version] (1877)
*S.162e, "En mémoire de Maximilian I" [Marche funèbre first version] (1867)
*S.162f, "Postludium - Nachspiel - Sursum corda!" [first version] (1877)
*S.163, "Années de Pèlerinage. Troisième Année" [7 pieces] (1867-77)
*S.163a, "Album-Leaf: Andantino Pour Emile et Charlotte Loudon" (1828) [cite web |url = http://www.juilliardmanuscriptcollection.org |title = Juilliard Manuscript Collection |accessdate = 2007-12-27 |publisher = The Juilliard School ]
*S.163a/1, "Album Leaf in F sharp minor" (1828)
*S.163b, "Album-Leaf (Ah vous dirai-je, maman)" (1833)
*S.163c, "Album-Leaf in C minor (Pressburg)" (1839)
*S.163d, "Album-Leaf in E major (Leipzig)" (1840)
*S.164, "Feuille d'album No. 1" (1840)
*S.164a, "Album Leaf in E major (Vienna)" (1840)
*S.164b, "Album Leaf in E flat (Leipzig)" (1840)
*S.164c, "Album-Leaf: Exeter Preludio" (1841)
*S.164d, "Album-Leaf in E major (Detmold)" (1840)
*S.164e, "Album-Leaf: Magyar" (1841)
*S.164f, "Album-Leaf in A minor (Rákóczi-Marsch)" (1841)
*S.164g, "Album-Leaf: Berlin Preludio" (1842)
*S.165, "Feuille d'album (in A flat)" (1841)
*S.166, "Albumblatt in waltz form" (1841)
*S.166a, "Album Leaf in E major" (1843)
*S.166b, "Album-Leaf in A flat (Portugal)" (1844)
*S.166c, "Album-Leaf in A flat" (1844)
*S.166d, "Album-Leaf: Lyon Prélude" (1844)
*S.166e, "Album-Leaf: Prélude omnitonique" (1844)
*S.166f, "Album-Leaf: Braunschweig Preludio" (1844)
*S.166g, "Album-Leaf: Serenade" (1840-49)
*S.166h, "Album-Leaf: Andante religioso" (1846)
*S.166k, "Album Leaf in A major: Friska" (ca. 1846-49)
*S.166m-n, "Albumblätter für Prinzessin Marie von Sayn-Wittgenstein" (1847)
*S.167, "Feuille d'album No. 2" [Die Zelle in Nonnenwerth, third version] (1843)
*S.167a, "Ruhig" [catalogue error; see Strauss/Tausig introduction and coda]
*S.167b, "Miniatur Lieder" [score not accessible at present] (?)
*S.167c, "Album-Leaf" (from the Agnus Dei of the Missa Solennis, S9) (1860-69)
*S.167d, "Album-Leaf" (from the symphonic poem Orpheus, S98) (1860)
*S.167e, "Album-Leaf" (from the symphonic poem Die Ideale, S106) (1861)
*S.167f, "Album Leaf in G major" (ca. 1860)
*S.168, "Elégie sur des motifs du Prince Louis Ferdinand de Prusse" [first/second version] (1842, 1851)
*S.168a, "Andante amoroso" (1847?)
*S.169, "Romance (O pourquoi donc)" (1848)
*S.170, "Ballade No. 1 in D flat (Le chant du croisé)" (1845-48)
*S.170a, "Ballade No. 2" [first draft] (1853)
*S.171, "Ballade No. 2 in B minor" (1853)
*S.171a, "Madrigal (Consolations) [first series, 6 pieces] " (1844)
*S.171b, "Album Leaf or Consolation No. 1" (1870-79)
*S.171c, "Prière de l'enfant à son reveil" [first version] (1840)
*S.171d, "Préludes et Harmonies poétiques et religie" (1845)
*S.171e, "Litanies de Marie" [first version] (1846-47)
*S.172, "Consolations (Six Penseés poétiques)" (1849-50)
*S.172a, "Harmonies poétiques et religieuses" [1847 cycle] (1847)
*S.172a/3&4, "Hymne du matin, Hymne de la nuit" [formerly S173a] (1847)
*S.173, "Harmonies poétiques et religieuses" [second version] (1845-52)
*S.174, "Berceuse" [first/second version] (1854, 1862)
*S.175, "Deux Légendes" [2 pieces] (1862-63)
*# "St. François d'Assise. La Prédication aux oiseaux (Preaching to the Birds)"
*# "St. François de Paule marchant sur les flots (Walking on the Waves)"
*S.175a, "Grand solo de concert" [Grosses Konzertsolo, first version] (1850)
*S.176, "Grosses Konzertsolo" [second version] (1849-50 ?)
*S.177, "Scherzo and March (1851)
*S.178, "Piano Sonata in B minor" (1852-53)
*S.179, "Prelude after a theme from Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen by J. S. Bach" (1859)
*S.180, "Variations on a theme from Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen by J. S. Bach" (1862)
*S.181, "Sarabande and Chaconne from Handel's opera Almira" (1881)
*S.182, "Ave Maria - Die Glocken von Rom" (1862)
*S.183, "Alleluia et Ave Maria" [2 pieces] (1862)
*S.184, "Urbi et orbi. Bénédiction papale" (1864)
*S.185, "Vexilla regis prodeunt" (1864)
*S.185a, "Weihnachtsbaum" [first version, 12 pieces] (1876)
*S.186, "Weihnachtsbaum" [second version, 12 pieces] (1875-76)
*S.187, "Sancta Dorothea" (1877)
*S.187a, "Resignazione" [first/second version] (1877)
*S.188, "In festo transfigurationis Domini nostri Jesu Christi" (1880)
*S.189, "Klavierstück No. 1" (1866)
*S.189a, "Klavierstück No. 2" (1845)
*S.189b, "Klavierstück" (?)
*S.190, "Un portrait en musique de la Marquise de Blocqueville" (1868)
*S.191, "Impromptu" (1872)
*S.192, "Fünf Klavierstücke" (for Baroness von Meyendorff) [5 pieces] (1865-79)
*S.193, "Klavierstuck (in F sharp major)" (a. 1860)
*S.194, "Mosonyis Grabgeleit (Mosonyi gyázmenete)" (1870)
*S.195, "Dem Andenken Petofis (Petofi Szellemenek)" (1877)
*S.195a, "Schlummerlied im Grabe" [Elegie No 1, first version] (1874)
*S.196, "Élégie No. 1" (1874)
*S.196a, "Entwurf der Ramann-Elegie" [Elegie No 2, first draft] (1877)
*S.197, "Élégie No. 2" (1877)
*S.197a, "Toccata" (1879-81)
*S.197b, "National Hymne - Kaiser Wilhelm!" (1876)
*S.198, "Wiegenlied (Chant du herceau)" (1880)
*S.199, "Nuages gris (Trübe Wolken)" (1881)
*S.199a, "La lugubre gondola I (Der Trauergondol)" [Vienna draft] (1882)
*S.200, "La lugubre gondola" [2 pieces] (1882, 1885)
*S.201, "R. W. - Venezia" (1883)
*S.202, "Am Grabe Richard Wagners" (1883)
*S.203, "Schlaflos, Frage und Antwort" (Nocturne after a poem by Toni Raab) (1883)
*S.204, "Receuillement (Bellini in Memoriam)" (1877)
*S.205, "Historische ungarische Bildnisse (Magyar arcképek)" [original version, 7 pieces] (1885)
*S.205a, "Historische ungarische Bildnisse" [revised order and conclusion, 7 pieces] (1885)
*S.206, "Trauervorspiel und Trauermarsch" (1885)
*S.207, "En Rêve. Nocturne" (1885)
*S.207a, "Prélude à la Polka de Borodine (and Borodin's Polka)" (1880)
*S.208, "Unstern: Sinistre, Disastro" (1880-86)

Works in Dance Form

*S.208a, "Waltz (in A major)" (b. 1825)
*S.209, "Grande valse di bravura" [first version of S214/1] (1835)
*S.209a, "Waltz (in E flat)" (1840)
*S.210, "Valse mélancolique" [first version of S214/2] (1839)
*S.210a, "Valse mélancolique" [intermediate version] (1840)
*S.210b, "Valse (in A major)" (1830-39)
*S.211, "Ländler (in A flat major)" (1843)
*S.211a, "Ländler (in D major)" (1879)
*S.212, "Petite Valse favorite" [first/second version] (1842, 1843)
*S.212b, "Mariotte. Valse pour Marie" (1840)
*S.213, "Valse-Impromptu" (1850?)
*S.213a, "Valse-Impromptu" [with later additions] (1880)
*S.214, "Trois Caprice-Valses" [3 pieces] [second versions of S209, S210, S401] (1850?)
*S.214a, "Carousel de Madame Pelet-Narbone" (ca. 1875-81)
*S.215, "Valses oubliées" [4 pieces] (1881-84)
*S.215a, "Dritter Mephisto-Walzer" (Mephisto Waltz No. 3) [first draft] (1883)
*S.216, "Dritter Mephisto-Walzer" (Mephisto Waltz No. 3) (1883)
*S.216a, "Bagatelle sans tonalité" (1885)
*S.216b, "Vierter Mephisto-Walzer" (Mephisto Waltz No. 4) [first version] (1885)
*S.217, "Mephisto Polka" [first/second version] (1883)
*S.218, "Galop (in A minor)" (1841?)
*S.219, "Grand galop chromatique" [original version] (1838)
*S.219bis, "Grand galop chromatique" [simplified version] (1838)
*S.220, "Galop de Bal" (1840?)
*S.221, "Mazurka brillante] " (1850)
*S.221a, "Mazurka in F minor" [Not by Liszt?] (?)
*S.222, [catalogue error; same as S212]
*S.223, "Deux Polonaises" [2 pieces] (1851)
*S.224, "Csárdás macabre" (1881-82)
*S.225, "Two Csárdás" [2 pieces] (1884)
*S.226, "Festvorspiel" (1856)
*S.226a, "Marche funèbre" (1827)
*S.227, "Goethe Festmarsch" [first version] (1849)
*S.228, "Huldigungsmarsch" [first/second version] (1853)
*S.229, "Vom Fels zum Meer! - Deutscher Siegesmarsch" (1853-56)
*S.230, "Bülow-Marsch" (1883)
*S.230a, "Festpolonaise" (1876)
*S.231, "Heroischer Marsch in ungarischem Stil" (1840)
*S.232, "Ungarischer Sturmmarsch" [earlier version of S524] (1843?)
*S.233, "Ungarischer Geschwindmarsch" (1870)
*S.233a, "Siegesmarsch. Marche triomphale" (Victory March) (?)
*S.233b, "Marche hongroise (in E flat minor)" (1844)

Works on National Themes

Czech

*S.234, "Hussitenlied" (Melody by J.Krov) (1840)

English

*S.235, "God Save the Queen" (1841)

French

*S.236, "Faribolo Pasteur and Chanson du Béarn" [2 pieces] (1844)
*S.237, "La Marseillaise" (1872?)
*S.238, "La cloche sonne" (1850?)
*S.239, "Vive Henri IV" (1870-80 ?)

German

*S.240, "Gaudeamus igitur. Concert paraphrase" [first/second version] (1843, 1853)

Hungarian

*S.241, "Hungarian Recruiting Songs (Zum Andenken)" (By Fáy & Bihari) (1828)
*S.241a, "Ungarische Romanzero (Hungarian Songbook)" [18 pieces] (1853)
*S.241b, "Magyar tempo" (1840)
*S.242, "Magyar Dalok: Magyar Rapszódiák" [21 pieces] (1839-47)
*S.242a, "Rákóczi-Marsch" [first version] (1839-1840)
*S.243, "Ungarische National-Melodien" [3 pieces] (ca. 1843)
*S.243a, "Célèbre mélodie hongroise" (a. 1866)
*S.244, "Hungarian Rhapsodies" (Rapsodies hongroises) [19 pieces] (1846-86)
*S.244a, "Rákóczi-Marsch" [from orchestral version] (1863)
*S.244b, "Rákóczi-Marsch" [simplified version of S244a] (1871)
*S.244c, "Rákóczi-Marsch" [popular version] (?)
*S.245, "Fünf ungarische Volkslieder (Abranyi)" [5 pieces] (1873)
*S.246, "Puszta-Wehmut (A Puszta Keserve)" (1880-86 ?)

Italian

*S.248, "Canzone Napolitana" [first/second version] (1842)

Polish

*S.249, "Glanes de Woronince" [3 pieces] (1847-48)
*S.249a, "Mélodie polonaise" [short draft] (1871)
*S.249b, "Dumka" (1871)
*S.249c, "Air cosaque" (1871)

Russian

*S.250, "Deux Mélodies russes. Arabesques" [2 pieces] (1842)
*S.250a, "Le rossignol (Alyabyev)" [first version of S250/1] (1842)
*S.251, "Abschied. Russisches Volkslied" (1885)

panish

*S.252, "Rondeau fantastique sur un thème espagnol, El Contrabandista" (Garcia) (1836)
*S.252a, "La Romanesca" [first/second version] (ca. 1832, b. 1852)
*S.253, "Grosse Konzertfantasie über Spanische Weisen" (1853)
*S.254, "Rhapsodie espagnole" (1863?)
*S.254x, "Rapsodie espagnole" [orchestrated by Feruccio Busoni] (?)

Pianoforte Duet

*S.256, "Variation on the Chopstick theme" (1880)
*S.256a, "Nottorno" [Not by Liszt?] (?)

Two Pianofortes

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

Organ

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

ongs

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

Other Choral Works

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

Recitations

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

References

External links

* [http://www.liszt.dk/fl_works.php List of works] - The Danish Franz Liszt Project


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