3" (1879), *S.390, "Reminiscences des Puritains" [first/second version] (1836, 1837)*S.391, "I Puritani. )*S.745, "Funeral March" (?

2)" (ca.

1837, 1838) *S.557, "Lob der Tränen" (1837)*S.557a, "Erlkönig" [first version] (?)

On July 31, 1865, he received the four minor orders in the Catholic Church. )*S.716, "Grande fantaisie symphonique" [orchestral] (? 1839)*S.561, "Winterreise" [12 pieces] (1839)*S.561, "Winterreise" [alternative versions of Nos. )*S.757, "La triomphe funébre du Tasse" (?

Some of the sources for the themes haven't be 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. )*S.751, "Nonetto e Mose, Fantasia on themes by Rossini" (? Liszt performed this arrangement with Frank Mori during his 1840–41 tour of the British Isles. These 12 choruses were published as a set by Kahnt (Leipzig) in 1861. )*S.711, "Csárdás macabre" [arrangement] (? 6)" [arranged by Theodor Forchhammer, revised by Liszt] (1870-79) *S.511d, "Festklänge (Poème symphonique No.

"Romance", 2nd version of S.576b, S.577i/a, S.577ii; see also S.167l, 3rd version of S.576b, S.577i, S.577ii; see also S.167l, Autrefois (Romance du Comte Mikaïl Yourievitch Wielhorsky), 4th version of S.576b, S.577i, S.577i/a; see also S.167l. 1862)*S.991, "Waltz in A major" [chamber, arrangement] (? 1877) *S.596b, "Hunnenschlacht (Poème symphonique No. [Lyubila ya] (I Loved!) [U]

4) in E minor" [Liszt, Reuss version] (1885-86)*S.365b, "Hexaméron, Morceau de concert" [orchestration completed by Leslie Howard] (ca.

1849, 1860) *S.433, "Miserere du Trovatore" (1860) *S.434, "Rigoletto Paraphrase de Concert" (1859) *S.435, "Don Carlos Coro e Marcia funebre" (1867-68) *S.436, "Aida Danza sacra e duetto finale" (1877) *S.437, "Agnus Dei" (1877) *S.438, "Réminiscences de Boccanegra" (1882), *S.439, "Phantasiestück über Motive aus Rienzi" (1859) *S.440, "Spinnerlied aus Der fliegende Holländer" (1860) *S.441, "Ballade aus Der fliegende Holländer" (1872) *S.442, "Ouvertüre zu R. Wagners Tannhäuser" (1848) *S.443, "Pilgerchor aus Tannhäuser" [first/second version] (1861, 1885)*S.444, "O du mein holder Abendstern aus Tannhäuser" (1848) *S.445, "Zwei stücke aus Tannhäuser und Lohengrin" (1852) *S.446, "Aus Lohengrin" [3 pieces] (1854) *S.447, "Isoldens Liebestod aus Tristan und Isolde" [first/revised version] (1867, 1875)*S.448, "Am stillen Herd aus Die Meistersinger" (1871) *S.449, "Walhall aus Der Ring des Nibelungen" (1875) *S.450, "Feierlicher Marsch zum heiligen Graal aus Parsifal" (1882), *S.451, "Freischütz-Fantasie" (1840-41) *S.452, "Leyer und Schwert" [4 pieces] (1848) *S.453, "Einsam bin ich, nicht alleine, from Preciosa" (1848) *S.454, "Schlummerlied mit Arabesken" (1848) *S.455, "Polonaise brillante" (1851), *S.458, "Fantasy on Il Giuramento (Mercadante)" (1838?

Liszt used the piano to champion less well-known composers, by writing solo piano transcriptions of their works to be published and bought by amateur music makers.

*S.581, "Benedictus and Offertorium from the Hungarian Coronation Mass" (1869) *S.582, "O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig" (1878-79) *S.583, "Via Crucis" (?) Many of the renumbered works are previously lost compositions that have been discovered.

1), Hunnenschlacht (Poème symphonique No.

In December of 1859, he lost his son Daniel, and in September of 1862, his daughter Blandine also died. 12)" (ca.

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. [O] [http://www.gutenberg.org/dirs/etext03/2lofl10.txt Letters of Franz Liszt, Volume 2.] All pieces were worked on from October 1847 to early January 1848. Bagatelle sans tonalité ("Bagatelle without tonality", S.216a) is a piece for solo piano written by Franz Liszt in 1885.

1846) *S.387a, "Piece on an unknown theme" (1847), *S.388, "Capriccio alla turca sur des motifs de Beethoven (Ruines d'Athènes)" (1846)*S.388a, "Marche turque des Ruines d'Athenes" (1846)*S.388b, "Fantasie über Beethoven's Ruinen von Athen" [first version] (1837)*S.389, "Fantasie über Beethoven's Ruinen von Athen" [second version] (1852)*S.389a, "Cadenza to the first movement of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. Pour les autres significations, voir Liszt (homonymie).

1859) *S.654, "Hexaméron, Morceau de Concert" (1837) *S.655, "Réminiscences de Norma (Bellini)" (1841) *S.656, "Réminiscences de Don Juan (Mozart)" (1841) *S.657, "Symphony No. 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. Piece number 12 is missing. Liszt became renowned throughout Europe for his great skill as a performer during the 1800s. 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. [M] This is ridiculous number, considering that most of his pieces are exceptionally high quality as well. In 1860, one of Liszt's rivals, Johannes Brahms, co-published a manifesto against him and the modern composers, just one chapter in what was to become known as the War of the Romantics.

Bunte Reihe (24 Stücke von Ferdinand David): Die Gräberinsel (Lied von Ernst, Herzog zu Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha), arr of the song by Ernst II, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Szózat und Ungarischer Hymnus (Szózat és Magyar Himnusz), Spanisches Ständchen (Melodie von Graf Leó Festetics), Er ist gekommen in Sturm und Regen (Lied von Robert Franz), Liebesszene und Fortunas Kugel aus dem Oratorium Die sieben Todsünden (Fantasiestück nach Adalbert von Goldschmidt), Löse, Himmel, meine Seele (Lied von Eduard Lassen).

), Album-Leaf ("Poco adagio aus der Graner Messe"), Album-Leaf ("Fugue Chromatique – Allegro in G minor"), based on S.576b, S.577i, S.577i/a, S.577ii.

In 1847, while in Kiev, Liszt met Princess Carolyne zu Sayn-Wittgenstein. )*S.994, "Grand solo caractéristique à propos d'une chansonette de Panseron" [solo piano, arrangement] (1830-32)*S.995, "Variations de bravoure sur des thémes de Paganini" [unfinished] (1845)*S.996, "Stabat Mater" [solo piano] (1870-79 ? Arrangements, Transcriptions, Fantasies, etc. )Pianoforte Solo*S.724, "Rondo and Fantasy" (1824) *S.725, "3 Sonatas" (1825) *S.726, "Study" (?

Berceuse de l'opéra La Reine de Saba" (1861) *S.409, "Les Adieux. Six amusements" (1838), *S.412, "Réminiscences des Huguenots - Grande fantaisie dramatique" [first/second version] (1836, 1842)*S.412a, "Réminiscences de Robert le Diable - Cavatine" (1846?)

A Symphony to Dante's Divine Comedy, S.109, or simply the "Dante Symphony", is a program symphony composed by Franz Liszt. )*S.997, "5 Variationen über Romanze aus 'Joseph' (Méhul)" (by Franz Xaver Mozart, attributed to Liszt) (ca.

)*S.722, "La Notte (Odes Funèbre no.2)" [rediscovered, renumbered as S377a] (1864-66)*S.723, "Tristia" [arrangement, from Vallée d'Obermann S160/6] (1880-86 ? )*S.751, "Nonetto e Mose, Fantasia on themes by Rossini" (? Liszt was born on October 22, 1811, in Raiding, Hungary. (1863), Searle 669: Zwei Kirchenhymnen (nach 1868), Searle 671: Zum Haus des Herren ziehen wir, Prelude to 57 (1884), Searle 673: Weinen, Klagen Variationen (1863), Fantasie über Motive aus Beethovens „Ruinen von Athen“ (1837, 1848–52, 1855), Grande Fantaisie symphonique über Themen aus Berlioz „Lelio“ (1834), Konzert für Klavier und Streichorchester „Malédiction“ (1833), C. M. von Webers Polonaise brillante (1848–52), De Profundis Psaume instrumentale pour orchestre et piano principal (1834/35), „Große Fantasie ‚Wanderer‘“ (Bearbeitung für Klavier und Orchester von Liszt) (1822), C. M. von Webers Konzertstück f-moll op.

*S.580, "Excelsior!

Liszt, unpublished; arr for 2pf as S.647. *S.422, "Première grande fantaisie (Soirées musicales)" [first/second version] (1836) *S.422i, "La serenate e l'orgia - Première grande fantaisie (Soirées musicales)" [first version] (1836)*S.423, "Deuxième grande fantaisie (Soirées musicales)" (1836) *S.424, "Soirées musicales" [12 pieces] (1837), *S.425, "Mélodies hongroises" [3 pieces] (1839-40)*S.425a, "Mélodies hongroises" [revised versions] (1846) *S.426, "Schubert's Marches" [3 pieces] (1846)*S.426a, "Marche militaire" (ca.

1, Der Tanz in der Dorfschenke) [original version] (1859-62)*S.514a, "Erster Mephisto-Walzer" (Mephisto Waltz No.

1858) *S.593, "Prometheus (Poème symphonique No.

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