20 (Beethoven)" (1841), *S.634a, "Adagio from Mozart's Die Zauberflöte" (1875-81? - Preludio" (?) S.222 was first published in the old Liszt Edition (B&H 1928) with its incorrect title. His father, Adam, played the cello, as well as several other instruments, and passionately taught Franz how to play piano. 1853-56) *S.642, "Héroide Funèbre (Poème symphonique No. *S.767, "Excelsior" (? I use WIKI 2 every day and almost forgot how the original Wikipedia looks like. in 1859(?). 74" [6 pieces] (1847-60), *S.484, "Bunte Reihe, Op. 28" (1838)*S.559a, "Sérénade" [Ständchen, first version] (1837)*S.560, "Schwanengesang" [14 pieces] (1838-39)*S.560bis, "Schwanengesang" [14 pieces, alternative versions] (ca. For cross-referencing, the new number's entry also includes the old number (preceded by an asterisk) in parentheses. 2 A-Dur, Hexameron Morceau de concert Grandes Variations de bravoure sur la marche des Puritains de Bellini, Liste der literarischen Werke Franz Liszts, Noten und Audiodateien von Liste der musikalischen Werke Franz Liszts, International Music Score Library Project, Vorlage:Webachiv/IABot/daten.digitale-sammlungen.de, https://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Liste_der_musikalischen_Werke_Franz_Liszts&oldid=204834743, Wikipedia:Defekte Weblinks/Ungeprüfte Archivlinks 2019-04, „Creative Commons Attribution/Share Alike“, Searle 665: San Francesco. 2)" (1864-66) *S.378, "Angelus! Andante Finale und Marsch aus der Oper König Alfred: "Introduction" (des Variations sur une marche du Siège de Corinthe), Fantaisie sur des thèmes de Maometto et Mose (Maometto-Fantasie), Grande fantaisie sur des motifs de La serenata e L'orgia des Soirées musicales, Fantaisie sur des motifs de La pastorella dell'Alpi e Li marinari des Soirées musicales. 1877)*S.596c, "Die Ideale (Poème symphonique No. Arrangements*S.739, "Corolian Overture (Beethoven)" (? [T] ; published Aug 1849 by Schuberth (Hamburg), uses themes from S.167o; 1st version of S.521i, S.521ii; arr for orch by Liszt and, 3rd version of S.85i, S.85ii; arr for ch orch by Liszt and, 1st version of S.75ii, S.75iii; arr v pf as S.306i, 1st version of S.90/4–6; arr for pf as S.510a, 1st setting of S.89a/4; 1st version of S.90/4; arr for pf as S.510a/1, 2nd setting of S.89a/3; 1st version of S.90/6; arr for pf as S.510a/3, 1st version of S.90/5; arr for pf as S.510a/2, 2nd version of S.89a/3–5; arr for pf as S.511, 1st setting of S.90/6; 2nd version of S.89a/3; arr for pf as S.511/1, 2nd version of S.89a/5; arr for pf as S.511/2, 2nd setting of S.90/4; 2nd version of S.89a/4; arr for pf as S.511/3, Das Lied der Begeisterung (A lelkesedés dala), 1st version of S.91ii; German and Hungarian text, Das Lied der Begeisterung (Was nützt mir der Erde reichstes Gut). *S.707, "Excelsior" [arrangement, doubtful] (? 11), Fantasy and Fugue on the chorale Ad nos, ad salutarem undam, A Faust Symphony, in three character pictures, Fantasie über Themen aus Figaro und Don Giovanni (Mozart), Fantasy and Fugue on the chorale "Ad nos, ad salutarem undam", List of compositions by Franz Liszt (S.1 - S.350), Anexo:Composiciones de Franz Liszt (S.1-S.350). 2. *S.667, "Offertorium from the Hungarian Coronation Mass" (1867) *S.668, "Slavimo Slavno Slaveni" (1863) *S.669, "Zwei Kirchenhymnen" [2 pieces] (1877) *S.670, "Rosario" [3 pieces] (1879) *S.671, "Zum Haus des Herrn (In domum Domini ibimus)" (1884) *S.672, "Weimars Volkslied (Cornelius)" (1865) *S.673, "Weinen, Klagen' Variationen" (1863) *S.674, "Ungarns Gott. *S.759, "Consolation" [arrangement] (? (Jagdchor und Steirer aus der Oper, Schwanengesang und Marsch aus Hunyadi László, Marcia Circassa tratta dall'opera Russlan e Ludmilla di Glinka (Marche des Tcherkesses de l'opera, based on Chernomor's March (Act IV, No. He also developed the most authoritative catalogue of Liszt's works, which are frequently identified using Searle's numbering system, abbreviated as "S.". 1)" (1866) *S.602, "La Notte (Ode Funébre No. 1859) *S.608, "Rákóczy March" (1870) *S.609, "Ungarischer Marsch zur Krönungsfeier in Ofen-Pest" (1870) *S.610, "Ungarischer Sturmmarsch" (1875) *S.611, "Epithalam" (1872) *S.612, "Elégie" (1874) *S.613, "Weihnachtsbaum" (1876) *S.614, "Dem Andenken Petöfis (Petófi Szellemének)" (1877) *S.615, "Grande Valse di Bravura" (1836) *S.616, "Grand Galop Chromatique" (1838) *S.617, "Csárdás macabre" (1882) *S.618, "Csárdás obstiné" (ca. ), *S.577a, "11 Nocturnes" (Nos. 2)" (ca. 1841)*S.744, "Paraphrase on Act 4 of Kullak's Dom Sebastien" (? Originally thought to be an Album-Leaf ("Ruhig") and catalogued as such as S.167a. )Two PianofortesLiszt*S.635, "Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne (Poème symphonique No. After having worked on numerous alternative scenarios, we must face the reality that it is impossible to host an international event at this time, with the ongoing travel restrictions and unpredictable local situation. This is a list of compositions by Franz Liszt, based on the working catalogue by Michael Short and Leslie Howard,[A] and other references. Mendelssohns Wasserfahrt und JÃ¤ger-Abschied: Festmarsch zu Schillers 100 jÃ¤hriger Geburtstagsfeier (von Giacomo Meyerbeer), arr of the Festmarsch zu Schillers 100 jÃ¤hriger Geburtstagsfeier by Meyerbeer, Una stella amica (Polka mazurka de F. Pezzini), arr of an unidentified waltz attributed to "F. Pezzini", Tanz-Capricen No.1 (Einleitung und Coda zu Raffs Walzer), additional introduction and coda to No.1 of the, Ouverture de l'opÃ©ra Guillaume Tell de Gioachino Rossini, 3rd (simplified) version of S.552a, S.553/2, sketch for 2nd theme quasi-fugue section of S.555, 2nd version of S.556i, S.556iii; published 1837â38 by Richault (Paris), Le roi des aulnes [ErlkÃ¶nig] â MÃ©lodie de FranÃ§ois Schubert, 2nd (ossia) version of S.557b/i, S.558/5, S.558/5a; published 1838 by Diabelli with S.557b/i, FrÃ¼hlingsglaube â Lied von Franz Schubert, Ave Maria [Ellens dritter Gesang] â MÃ©lodie de FranÃ§ois Schubert, 1st version of S.558a; published by Richault (Paris) (with ossia for No.5), 2nd version of S.557a, S.558a/4, S.558a/4a; arr for orch as S.363a, 3rd version of S.557b/i, S.557b/ii, S.558/5a; re-used as S.558a/5, 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, 2nd version of S.557d; re-used as S.558a/12. 2)" [solo piano arrangement] (1864-66) *S.700, "Grand Fantaisie (Variations) sur des thèmes de Paganini" [ first/second version; completed by Mezö] (1845)*S.700a, "Variations sur Le Carnaval de Venise (Paganini)" [solo piano arrangement] (? 12)" (1857-58) *S.647, "A Faust Symphony, in three character pictures" (1856) *S.648, "A Symphony to Dante's Devina Commedia" (ca. 4, 9)" (1863), *S.664, "Tu es Petrus from Christus" (1867) *S.665, "San Francesco" (1880) *S.666, "Excelsior! *S.695, "Morceau en fa majeur" [solo piano] (1843? arr of an unidentified operatic aria and one sketched variation; incomplete sketch; related to S.701h/2? )*S.752, "Gelb rollt (Rubinstein)" (?) )*S.721, "Prelude" (? *S.763, "Strophes de Herlossohn" (?) 1)" (1874) *S.590, "Tasso, Lamento e Trionfo (Poème symphonique No. *S.536, "O quand je dors" [Buch der Lieder II] (1847?) [S] )*S.701, "Den Felsengipfel stieg ich einst hinan" [song] (? Introduction and Polonaise" (1840) *S.392, "Hexaméron, Morceau de Concert" (1837) *S.393, "Fantaisie sur des motifs favoris de l'opéra La Sonnambula" [first/second/third version] (1839, 1840-41, 1874) *S.394, "Réminiscences de Norma" (1841-43), *S.395, "L'Idée fixe: Andate amoroso" [first/second version] (1833 or 1846?, 1865) *S.396, "Benediction et Serment from Benvenuto Cellini" (1852), *S.397, "Réminiscences de Lucia di Lammermor" (1839) *S.398, "Marche Funebre et Cavatine de Lucie de Lammermoor" (1839) *S.399, "Nuit d'Été à Pausilippe" [3 pieces] (1839)*S.399a, "Lucrezia Borgia - Grande fantaisie" [first version of S400ii] (1840) *S.400, "Réminiscences de Lucrezia Borgia" [first/second version] 1840 *S.401, "Valse a capriccio sur deux motifs de Lucrezia et Parisina" [first version of S214/3] (1841) *S.402, "Marche funèbre de Dom Sébastien" (1844), *S.403, "Marche pour le Sultan Abdul Medjid-Khan" [first/simplified version] (1847, 1848), *S.404, "Halloh! (5) KlavierstÃ¼cke (Album-Leaves for Olga von Meyendorff): based on S.349; re-used as S.205/6, S.205a/6; arr for pf4h as S.614, 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, 1st (draft) version of S.197; fragments of sketches (reconstructed by Liszt's pupil, 2nd version of S.196a; arr for vc pf as S.131i, for vn pf as S.131ii, in 4/4, written Dec.1882, published 2002; 1st version of S.199a/ii, S.200i, S.200ii; incomplete sketch as S.701k, in 4/4, written Jan.1883, published 2002; 2nd version of S.199a/i, S.200i, S.200ii; incomplete sketch as S.701k, in 6/8, published 1927 as "La lugubre gondola I"; 4th version of S.199a/i, S.199a/ii, S.200ii, 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, re-used from S.194; 1st version of S.205a/7, PrÃ©lude Ã la Polka d'Alexandre Porfiryevitch Borodine (Variation sur le thÃ¨me favori et obligÃ©), 1st version of S.214/1; themes used in S.209a; arr for pf4h S.615, 1st version of S.212ii, S.213i, S.213ii, S.213iii, 2nd (expanded) version of S.212i, S.213i, S.213ii, S.213iii, Valse de Marie (Mariotte) (Album-leaf for, 3rd version of S.212i, S.212ii, S.213ii, S.213iii, 4th (Ã©dition facilitÃ©e) version of S.212i, S.212ii, S.213i, S.213iii, 5th version of S.212i, S.212ii, S.213i, S.213ii, with additions for Liszt's pupils, 2nd version of S.215a; arr for pf4h as S.615a, manuscript entitled "4th Mephisto Waltz", but no relation to S.216b or S.696, 1st version of S.219a; arr for pf4h as S.616, 2nd (simplified) version of S.219; theme used in S.220, 1st version of S.228ii; arr for orch by Liszt and, 2nd version of S.228i; Trio section uses theme of S.313, Vom Fels zum Meer! Aus der Ungarischen KrÃ¶nungsmesse (Missa coronationalis): arr of S.274ii; alternate version of S.382ii, arr of S.274ii; alternate version of S.382i; published 2010, 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, arr of S.172/1 by Liszt and Jules Deswert, arr of S.172/4 by Liszt and Jules Deswert, Virag DÃ¡l (Chant des Fleurs) (ÃbrÃ¡nyi), additions and corrections by Liszt to the pf piece by, Mazurka pour Piano, arr composÃ©e par un amateur de St. PÃ©tersbourg, VÃ¡ltozatok "TiszÃ¡ntuli szÃ©p lÃ¡ny" (Variations "Pretty Girl from TiszÃ¡ntul"), Liszt's authorship doubtful, probably by Liszt's friend Feleti Pal, who copied and signed the manuscript, Grande fantaisie sur la tyrolienne de La fiancÃ©e, Grande fantaisie sur la tyrolienne de l'opÃ©ra La fiancÃ©e de Auber, Souvenir de La fiancÃ©e (Grande fantaisie sur la tyrolienne de l'opÃ©ra La FiancÃ©e d'Auber), "3rd version" (corrected edition of 2nd version) of S.385i, S.385ii, Tarantelle (di bravura) d'aprÃ¨s la Tarantelle de la 'Muette de Portici' d'Auber, 2nd version (cut of an optional variation) of S.386i, S.386iii; published 1995, Tarantelle di bravura d'aprÃ¨s la Tarantelle de La Muette de Portici, 3rd version (for Sophie Menter) of S.386i, S.386ii; published 1995, "Cavatine" based on the "Berceuse" from the opera, Capriccio alla turca sur des motifs de Beethoven (Ruines d'AthÃ¨nes), based on the "Turkish March" (No.4) and the "Dervishes' Chorus" (No.3) from, based on the "Marsch und Chor" (March and Chorus) (No.6) from, arr of S.122ii (combining S.388b & S.388), 2nd version of S.390i, S.391; published as Op.7, Introduction et Polonaise de l'opÃ©ra I puritani, 3rd (simplified) version of concluding portion extracted from S.390i, S.390ii, Fantaisie sur des motifs favoris de l'opÃ©ra, 2nd version of S.393i, S.393iii; arr for pf4h as S.627, L'idÃ©e fixe (Andante amoroso d'aprÃ¨s une mÃ©lodie de Berlioz), a nocturne based on the main theme from the, BÃ©nÃ©diction et serment (Deux motifs de Benvenuto Cellini de Berlioz), RÃ©miniscences de Lucia di Lammermoor, Fantaisie dramatique, published as Op.