Without neglecting that a piece of music could evoke emotions or that emotions could be an important help for a composer to get inspiration for a new work, there was a problem of intelligibleness. But besides, he was until the grave "in heart and mind" Hungarian. Liszt had made both in 1872. (Hymne des marins avec Antienne approbative de Notre Tout Saint Père Pie IX), arr of S.766; based on S.261; rev as S.3/8, Mihi autem adhaerere (Offertoire de la messe du patriarche séraphique San François), arr for pf as S.504i, for harm as S.667c, for v org/harm as S.681, uses material from S.702; 1st version of S.42ii, S.42iii, 2nd version of S.42i, S.42iii; arr for pf as S.729, Der Herr bewahret die Seelen seiner Heiligen, probably misattributed to Liszt, who arr the pieces as S.504b and S.669a, arr for pf as S.504b/3a, for ch org as S.669a/1, arr for pf as S.504b/3, for v ch/org as S.669a/2, for ch org as S.51, arr for pf as S.504b/5, for v org as S.669a/3, arr for pf as S.504b/6, for v org as S.669a/4, arr for pf as S.504b/7, for v pf/org as S.669a/5, arr for pf as S.504b/10, for v org as S.669a/6, arr for pf as S.504b/11, for v org as S.669a/7, Meine Seel' erhebt den Herrn! One of those parts is that with words, "Deinen Namen will ich wissen, deine Heimath, deine Sippschaft!" from Act III of the opera, 2nd version of S.443i; arr for org/harm as S.676ii, O du mein holder Abendstern (Rezitativ und Romanze aus der Oper Tannhäuser), based on Wolfram's aria from Act III of the opera, based on the March from Act II of the opera, 3rd version ("Neue vermehtre Ausgabe") of S.445/1a, S.445/1b, based on Elsa's bridal procession from Act II of the opera, based on the Prelude and Bridal Chorus from Act III of the opera, based on Elsa's Dream from Act I of the opera, based on Lohengrin's Rebuke to Elsa from Act III of the opera, Isoldens Liebestod (Schlußszene aus Wagners, arr of the transfiguration scene from the opera, based on themes from the final scene of the opera, Feierlicher Marsch zum heiligen Gral aus Parsifal, based on the theme of the march from Act I of the opera, based on "Und ob die Wolke sie verhülle" (Act III) and Waltz (Act I) from the opera, Leyer und Schwerdt (Heroide nach Carl Maria von Weber), based on the themes of Nos.6, 3 and 2 from the choral song collection, Einsam bin ich, nicht allein (Volkslied aus dem Schauspiel Preziosa), based on Preciosa's song (Act II, No.7) from the incidental music to, Reminiscences de La Scala (Fantasie über italienische Opernmelodien) [Fantasy on, 2nd version of S.461i; arr for pf4h as S.633, for org/harm as S.658, originally intended to include only the Symphonies Nos.3, 5, 6, and 7, 2nd version of S.463b, S.464/6; only the 5th mvt differs from the 1st version. [R] Leslie Howard, Michael Short, 2004).An asterisk (*) signifies that a number is no longer in use. For cross-referencing, the new number's entry also includes the old number (preceded by an asterisk) in parentheses. Examples of the first class are Harmonies poétiques et religieuses of May 1833 and the Piano Sonata B minor. In most cases the lyrics were in German or French, but there are also some songs in Italian and in Hungarian. [16] This is not to say, the motif was originally invented by Wagner. While nearly nobody dared to put critical words against Wagner or Brahms, it was common use to call Liszt's works trivial and boring. For the new final chorus, a 10 bar segue replaces the last 13 bars of the original ending. Of the next verse "wo die Zitronen blühn", "die" was put on a first, and the second syllable of "Zitronen" on a third beat. When composing "La Notte", Liszt extended the piece "Il penseroso" by adding a middle section with melodies in Hungarian czardas style. When he was seven his father started to teach him the piano. 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. An example of this kind is Schubert's Lied "Das Wirtshaus" of his cycle "Die Winterreise". But besides, there are pieces like the "Marche funèbre, En mémoire de Maximilian I, Empereur du Mexique" ("Funeral march, In memory of Maximilian I, Emperor of Mexico"),[22] composed 1867, without any stylistic parallel in the 19th and 20th centuries. While some of these piano works are actually collections of pieces, the late pieces are almost entirely smaller works. Aus der Ungarischen Krönungsmesse (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, additions and corrections by Liszt to the pf piece by, Mazurka pour Piano, arr composée par un amateur de St. Pétersbourg, Változatok "Tiszántuli szép lány" (Variations "Pretty Girl from Tiszántul"), Liszt's authorship doubtful, probably by Liszt's friend, Grande fantaisie sur la tyrolienne de La fiancée, Grande fantaisie sur la tyrolienne de l'opéra La fiancée de Auber, Souvenir de La fiancée (Grande fantaisie sur la tyrolienne de l'opéra La Fiancée d'Auber), "3rd version" (corrected edition of 2nd version) of S.385i, S.385ii, Tarantelle (di bravura) d'après 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'après 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'Athènes), 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'opéra I puritani, 3rd (simplified) version of concluding portion extracted from S.390i, S.390ii, Fantaisie sur des motifs favoris de l'opéra, 2nd version of S.393i, S.393iii; arr for pf4h as S.627, L'idée fixe (Andante amoroso d'après une mélodie de Berlioz), a nocturne based on the main theme from the, Bénédiction et serment (Deux motifs de Benvenuto Cellini de Berlioz), Réminiscences de Lucia di Lammermoor, Fantaisie dramatique, published as Op. Among his many notable compositions are his 12 symphonic poems, two piano concerti, several sacred choral works, and a variety of solo piano pieces. wikipedia As a special case, Liszt also made piano arrangements of his own instrumental and vocal works. Several of Liszt's pupils of the 1880s left behind records from which the pieces played by themselves and their fellow students are known. Années contains some pieces which are loose transcriptions of Liszt's own earlier compositions; the first "year" recreates his early pieces of Album d'un voyageur, while the second book includes a resetting of his own song transcriptions once separately published as Tre sonetti di Petrarca ("Three sonnets of Petrarch"). [12] While all this might have been true, it is obvious that Liszt had by no means tried to write German Lieder, sounding like those by Schubert. Numbers one and three are perhaps the best known of the four waltzes, the first being composed between 1859 and 1862. The first of Liszt's many arrangements of the. [1] [2] [3] Seu nome em húngaro é Liszt Ferenc.Liszt ganhou fama na Europa durante o início do século XIX por sua habilidade como pianista virtuoso. An example from Liszt's time is Schumann. The subject of his Impromptus, Op. (5) Ungarische Volkslieder (Magyar népdal): based on an unidentified Polish melody (also used in S.127, S.249/2); short draft, Соловей [Solovei] "Le rossignol" (Air russe d'Alexander Alabieff), based on the aria "Yo que soy contrabandista" from the opera, Grosse Konzertfantasie über spanische Weisen, 2nd version of S.252c; one theme used in S.254; sketches as S.695c, Grosses Konzertstück über Themen aus Mendelssohns Lieder ohne Worte, 2nd version of S.258i; arr for pf orch by. While it is commonly claimed that Liszt wrote that motif ten years before Wagner started work on his masterpiece,[15] it has turned out that this is not true: the original version of "Ich möchte hingehn" was composed in 1844 or 1845. Original work Liszt work Forces Date S no. [25] His true homeland was art. An example which shows it is the edition of the Elsa-Reger-Stiftung" of Max Reger's "complete" piano works. Characteristic examples are the new versions of his three sonnets after Petrarca. Although Franz Liszt provided opus numbers for some of his earlier works, they are rarely used today. [L] S.87v, This page was last edited on 18 January 2021, at 04:45. S.178 S.216a S.244 S.697 (S.181) Beethoven Cantata No. A controversial figure in his time, he later came to be seen as a revolutionary who anticipated later developments. There are four manuscripts, and only a single one, a copy by August Conradi, contains the said bar with the Tristan motif. S.87vii, male chorus, optional piano (1873?) His first ones were "Die Lorelei" after Heine, composed on November 20, 1841 in Cassel, and "Oh! Since in the beginning of 1844, when the volume was printed, he could not find the manuscript and did not like writing down the song again, he took "Morgens steh' ich auf und frage" instead. Genre — Works are grouped in genre categories under a header, which is listed here for each work. Examples are Mozart's opera Don Giovanni and songs like Beethoven's "Adelaïde" and Schubert's "Ave Maria". Searching for possible reasons, Bartók wrote: Following Bartók's lines, in Liszt's Piano Sonata the "Andante sostenuto" in F-sharp minor was "of course" banal, the second subject "Cantando espressivo" in D major was sentimentalism, and the "Grandioso" theme was empty pomp. In the last part of his "2de Valse oubliée" ("2nd Forgotten waltz") Liszt composed that he could not find a lyrical melody. The key is the Gypsy or Hungarian variant of g-Minor. Examples are the songs "Am Rhein, im schönen Strome", "Morgens steh ich auf und frage", "Anfangs wollt' ich fast verzagen" and "Über allen Wipfeln ist Ruh'". (2) Orchestersätze aus dem Oratorium Christus: Fest-Cantate für die Inaugurations-Feier des Beethoven-Denkmals in Bonn, Pastorale (Schnitterchor aus dem Entfesselten Prometheus), Von der Wiege bis zum Grabe (From the Cradle to the Grave), Epithalam (zu Eduard Reményi's Vermählungsfeier), arr of S.129; Liszt's authorship doubtful, arr of S.185a/10; 1st version of S.613/10, arr of S.185a/11; 1st version of S.613/11, arr of S.185a/12; 1st version of S.613/12, arr of S.186/10; 2nd version of S.612a/10, arr of S.186/11; 2nd version of S.612a/11, arr of S.186/12; 2nd version of S.612a/12, Grande valse di bravura (La bal de Berne), arr of S.225/2; Liszt's authorship uncertain, arr of S.244/18; Liszt's authorshop doubtful, arr of S.244/19; Liszt's authorshop doubtful, Grand fantaisie de concert sur des motifs favoris de l'opera La sonnambula, arr of S.353; Liszt's authorship doubtful, Réminiscences de Robert le diable (Valse infernale), arr of S.413; Liszt's authorship doubtful, Adagio von Die Zauberflöte (Der welcher wandelt diese Strasse), Introduction, Fugue, and Andante after Bach, arr of the introduction and fugue from the cantata, Einleitung zur Legende von der heiligen Elisabeth, arr by Liszt and Carl Müller-Hartung of the introduction from S.2, arr of No.8 from S.3; 1st version of S.664ii, arr of prelude from S.6; see also version for org without ch S.268a, Offertorium aus der Ungarischen Krönungsmesse, arr of S.20ii; incomplete sketch as S.701n, Einleitung, Fuge und Magnificat aus der Symphonie zu Dantes Divina commedia, arr by Liszt (and Alexander Wilhelm Gottschalg?) The exact dates for some of the pieces are as given in Liszt's hand on the manuscript. Piece number 12 is missing. He also composed additional new songs. Franz Liszt (na mađarskom: Liszt Ferenc), (Rajnof, 22. listopada 1811.- Bayreuth, 31. srpnja 1886. Liszt, in some of his works, supported the idea of program music. No, Liszt je proživio vrlo buran i dug stvaralački vijek, doprijevši u sam vrh krune najistaknutijih majstora glazbene romantike. Comp. Partition de piano, Ouverture des Francs-Juges de Hector Berlioz. Liszt's posthumous fate was of similar kind. ("Is it allowed to write such a thing or to listen to it? The first publication included the original ending to the 3rd mvt (without the choral section). 1 in E-flat major was in most parts only empty brilliance and in other parts salon music. Liszt's piano works are usually divided into two classes. Waltz three and four followed in 1883 and 1885. He was a child prodigy, and within a year or two he was already playing in concerts. Franz Liszt composed about six dozen original songs with piano accompaniment. In addition, he was a music promoter who acted as friend and … Sauer had studied under Liszt in his latest years. These 3 choruses were also published as a set by ? However, also in this case a problematic aspect is to be found. As characteristic for tendencies of the early 20th century, there were not only stylistic objections against Liszt's fantasies and transcriptions. The following remarks of spring 1879 by Eduard Hanslick are of a comparatively friendly kind. Präludium und Fuge über das Motiv B.A.C.H. 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); 3rd version of S.557a, S.558/4, S.558a/4a, 4th (ossia) version of S.557a, S.558/4, S.558a/4, Der Gondelfahrer – Männer-Quartett von F. Schubert). ), 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. Both kinds of emotions could be completely different. 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, 1st perf as the "Overture" to a performance of, 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, arr of S.138; 1st version of S.100ii; unpublished, 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, 1st version of S.101ii; 1st perf this version as Introduction to a performance of, 2nd version of S.101i; published 1861; arr for pf as S.511d, for pf4h as S.595, 2nd version of 1st mvt of S.690; arr for pf4h as S.596a, for 2pf as S.642, 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, 1st version of S.104ii; 1st perf as an introduction to a private performance of, 2nd version of S.104i; 1st perf this version 2 July 1876 Sondershausen cond, 1st perf 29 Dec 1857 Weimar cond Liszt; arr for pf4h as S.596b, for 2pf as S.645, 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, Von der Wiege bis zum Grabe (Du berceau jusqu'à la tombe), 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. Singing it this way would indeed sound strange, not to say ridiculous. For example, see his letter to Marie d'Agoult of October 8, 1846, in: Liszt-d'Agoult: While "Klappern" is "rattling" or "clattering" and "Geschirr" is "dishes", "Klappern im Geschirr" is a German idiom meaning 'a thing not properly made'. The harmonies, supporting that mood, should be comparatively simple, without strong modulations. Further impressions can be drawn from the edition in twelve volumes of Liszt's piano works at Edition Peters, Leipzig, by Emil Sauer. (Preludio zu dem Glocken des Strassburger Münsters). When a student, nearly always August Stradal or August Göllerich, played one of his late pieces, Liszt used to give sarcastic comments to it, of the sense, the composer had no knowledge of composition at all. "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. In letters of 1860 Liszt told, some of his songs had at occasions been sung. In fact, Hanslick never denied that he considered Liszt as composer of genius. Dessauer had sent own new songs with dedication to Liszt. While in the 19th century harmonies were usually considered as major or minor triads to which dissonances could be added, Liszt took the augmented triad as central chord. The most delicate harmonies in parts of those pieces were not invented by Verdi and Gounod, but by Liszt. The volume was dedicated to the Princess of Prussia whom Liszt visited in March 1844 in Berlin for the purpose of giving a copy to her. But also in his edition the composer Liszt of this time does not exist. Most of his music is for the piano and much of it requires formidable technique. In 1841 he started composing additional songs. quand je dors", "Comment, disaient-ils", "Enfant, si j'etais roi", "S'il est un charmant gazon", "La tombe et la rose", and "Gastibelza", a Bolero. Mélodies hongroises d'après Franz Schubert (Schuberts ungarische Melodien): 2nd version ("Richault edition") of S.425/2a, S.425/2c, S.425/2d, S.425/2e, S.425a/2, 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, 5th version ("Menter transcription") of S.425/2a, S.425/2b, S.425/2c, S.425/2e, S.425a/2, 6th version ("3rd edition") of S.425/2a, S.425/2b, S.425/2c, S.425/2d, S.425a/2, 4th (simplified) version ("2nd Diabelli edition") of S.425/2a, S.425/2b, S.425/2c, S.425/2d, S.425/2e. The columns in this list of works are as follows: 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. In this sense it was Liszt's answer that his name was "Tasso", with meaning of an artist of outstanding creativity. In fact, the pilgrims of the new version have become old and very tired. A prolific composer, Liszt was one of the most prominent representatives of the New German School (German: Neudeutsche Schule). Liszt also made piano transcriptions of the first two volumes. His "Oh! Fantasies and transcriptions were in general considered as worthless and not suiting for a "severe" concert repertoire. with unspoken words. September 1857), Weimars Volkslied (Von der Wartburg) (Zur Enthüllung des Carl August Denkmals in Weimar am 3. An example which illustrates the problem might be Liszt's "La Notte", the second piece of the Trois Odes funèbres. Schubert), based on S.561/2; manuscript 1 page consisting of 1st paragraph of the Schubert song in Liszt's transcription; unpublished, published 1844 by Richault (Paris) (with ossia for No.6), 2nd (ossia) version of S.563/6, S.564, with less virtuosic penultimate stanza, 3rd version of S.563/6, S.563/6a; published 1846 by Diabelli (Vienna). quand je dors", for example, has French lyrics and music in Italian style. Of the words "Kennst du das Land", "du" was put on a first, and "Land" on a third beat. Instead of just overtaking original melodies and harmonies, he ameliorated them. But Raabe forgot that 4/4 time was by nearly all composers treated as compound time, consisting of two equivalent halves. ): For example, see the review of Liszt's third volume in the. Liszt’s father was an official who worked for Prince Nikolaus Esterházy, the same noble family who employed the composer Joseph Haydn. 2002 (as S.692b incorrectly), +Michael Saffle (The Liszt Companion, Ben Arnold ed.) ); incomplete sketch; probably related to S.125a, Melodie in Dorische Tonart (Prose des Morts), incomplete sketch of the opening of S.158a, incomplete sketches on the same manuscript. Schwanengesang – 14 Lieder von Franz Schubert: 3rd (ossia) version of S.559a, S.560/7, S.560a, 2nd (ossia) version of S.560/12, S.560b/2, 4th version of S.559a, S.560/7, S.560/7a, written for, published 1842 by Haslinger (Vienna) ("new edn"). In 1844 a third volume appeared, but this volume's title was only "6 Lieder". An earlier example can be found in bar 129 of Liszt's Ballade No.2 in B Minor for piano, composed 1853.[17]. This is not to say, Liszt had invented program music. Outstanding examples are also the Rigoletto-Paraphrase and the Faust-Waltz. In case of his fantasies and transcriptions in Italian style, there was a problem which was by Wagner addressed as "Klappern im Geschirr der Perioden". Liszt performed this arrangement with Frank Mori during his 1840–41 tour of the British Isles. ("I want to know your name, your homeland, your tribe!") 10) from the opera, based on Senta's ballad from Act II of the opera, based on the chorus "Heil! In 1839 in Italy, Liszt composed the song "Angiolin dal biondo crin". 3 and 10. These 12 choruses were published as a set by Kahnt (Leipzig) in 1861. •••••••••••••••• ••••••••••••••••, original for solo voice, piano (1857) S.313, [I] E major is a key regularly used by Liszt for religious themes. It is on a paste-over in Liszt's hand. 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. ); Liszt's authorship doubtful; orchestrated by Liszt and, lost; possibly the same as S.761 or 1st mvt of S.690, lost; reconstruction by G. Darvos not based on authentic material; Schnapp.81, arr of S.527; Liszt's authorship doubtful, The Fall of Paris, a Military Air with Variations, Grand Fantasie on God Save the Queen and Rule Britannia, based on S.98; spurious, now attributed to, original version of S.242a; lost, possibly never existed, 3 mvts; lost; Schnapp.5; several bars copied down from memory later as S.692b, 3 mvts; lost; Schnapp.6; only three bars were copied down from memory in a letter from Liszt to his mother, lost, possibly improvised and never written down, arr of S.42ii; discovered, no longer lost (renumbered as ? All fantasies and transcriptions on Italian subjects were, of course, to be neglected. "), It is well known that Liszt identified him himself with, Sauer, in his memoirs, threw even on Liszt as a pianist a sceptical light. The Consolations (German: Tröstungen) are a set of six solo piano works by Franz Liszt.The compositions take the musical style of Nocturnes with each having its own distinctive style. 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). Franz Liszt (Hungarian: Ferencz Liszt, in modern use Ferenc Liszt, [note 1] from 1859 to 1867 officially Franz Ritter von Liszt) [note 2] (October 22, 1811 – July 31, 1886) was a Hungarian [1] [2] [3] composer, virtuoso pianist and teacher.. Liszt became renowned throughout Europe during the 19th century for his great skill as a performer. Each Consolation is composed in either the key of E major or D ♭ major. Many of Liszt's results were remarkable. These are the first four pieces in the album for. Examples of the second class are Liszt's transcriptions of Schubert songs, his fantasies on operatic melodies, and his piano arrangements of symphonies by Berlioz and Beethoven. In a separate volume with the Années de Pèlerinage, the only piece of Liszt's third volume is "Les Jeux d'Eaux à la Villa d'Este", while all of the rest was excluded. Had the earlier version's title been "Chor der jüngeren Pilger", it was now "Chor der älteren Pilger". [M] 5, is a melody by Clara Wieck, and that of the Études symphoniques, Op. Nuits d'été à Pausilippe ((3) Amusements sur des motifs de l'album de Donizetti): Réminiscences de Lucrezia Borgia (Grande fantaisie sur des motifs favoris de l'opéra de Donizetti): based on the trio from Act II of the opera, 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"), based on a theme from Act IV of the opera, Marche funèbre de Dom Sébastien de Donizetti, based on the funeral march from the opera, Grande paraphrase de la Marche de J. Donizetti (composée pour Sa Majesté le Sultan Abdul Medjid-Khan), 2nd version of S.403 ("version facilitée"), Halloh! Nuages gris (gray clouds, S. 199) is awesome and moody and probably around an RCM grade 7 level. Pieces like the "2d Mephisto-Waltz" are shocking with nearly endless repetitions of short motives. It was also presumed, that the piano accompaniment was easy to play. In this sense the music would not paint the landscape, but it would match the landscape in a third category, the mood. In comparison with the earlier versions, they are shocking because Liszt took everything away which could remind of Romantic style. Nos.1 & 2 were published by Eck (Köln) in 1844. Examples of this kind are the arrangement of the second movement "Gretchen" of his Faust Symphony and the first "Mephisto Waltz" as well as the "Liebesträume" and the two volumes of his "Buch der Lieder". According to this, a landscape could evoke a certain kind of mood when being looked at. This is a list of compositions by Franz Liszt, based on the working catalogue by Michael Short and Leslie Howard,[A] and other references. More examples can be found in the third volume of Liszt's Années de Pèlerinage. Although Franz Liszt provided opus numbers for some of his earlier works, they are rarely used today. ), (3) Morceaux en style de danse ancien hongrois, manuscript lost; Liszt's authorship doubtful, arr of the overture from the incidental music to, arr of the soldiers' chorus from Act IV of the opera, Fantaisie sur des thèmes de l'opéra Guitarero, arr of extract from S.9; lost; Liszt's authorship uncertain, 5 Variationen über die Romanze aus der Oper, spurious, incorrectly attributed to Liszt, actually by, arr of an unidentified composition, attributed to "Radovsky"; lost, arr of S.339; Liszt's authorship doubtful, Grosse Fantasie über God Save the Queen und Rule Britannia (Fantasie über englische Themen), arr of S.194; Liszt's authorship uncertain, symphonic poem after Johann Gottfried Herder; lost, based on S.261; arr for 2vv (+org) as S.36, for ch orch as S.3/8; Liszt's authorship doubtful, arr of prelude from S.6; Liszt's authorship doubtful, melodrama to words by Christian Friedrich Daniel Schubart; lost; Schnapp.79, Simplified 3rd version (c1846) S.242/13a (see also S.242/10), 6th version (orch version arr for pf) (1863) S.244a, 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, male chorus, winds, brass, percussion (1857) S.87i, 3-part children's chorus (1870s?) 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