lui" (No.11) from the opera, arr of "D'ici vous pourrez voir, sans être vu" (No.10) from the opera, Galop Russe (Bulhakow's Russischer Galop), Galop par Constantin Bulhakow arrangé par Liszt, Tanto gentile e tanto onesta (Dante's Sonett von Hans von Bülow), Zigeuner-Polka (La célèbre Zigeunerpolka d'August Conradi), Souvenir de Russie (d'après Ferdinand David). 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'. In 1821 his family moved to Vienna. However, with few exceptions, Liszt's songs were never genuine successes. The first two volumes were published in 1843. If they would play such stuff at a concert, the papers would write, it was a pity that they had wasted their talents with music of such kinds. the discussion in: Mueller, Rena Charin: Still earlier examples from works of Machaut, Gesualdo, Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and Spohr can be found in: Vogel, Martin: In August 1854 Liszt started composing his ‘’Faust-Symphony’’. 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. In letters of 1860 Liszt told, some of his songs had at occasions been sung. This transcription was composed in 1879 for his English pupil Walter Bache, and it is the only setting of a baroque piece from Liszt's late period. [16] This is not to say, the motif was originally invented by Wagner. To the part with the question he put an ossia in which also the original accompaniment has disappeared. The subject of his Impromptus, Op. Waltz on and two were originally composed by Liszt as orchestral pieces only later being arranged into solo piano works. [25] His true homeland was art. Liszt performed this arrangement with Frank Mori during his 1840–41 tour of the British Isles. Projected 1863 and achieved 1864, "La Notte" is an extended version of the prior piano piece Il penseroso from the second part of the Années de pèlerinage. Les préludes ("Preludes" or "The Beginnings"), S.97, is the third of Franz Liszt's thirteen symphonic poems.The music was composed between 1849–55, and began as an overture to Liszt's choral cycle Les quatre élémens (The Four Elements), then revised under inspiration from the French poet Alphonse de Lamartine.Its premiere was on 23 February 1854, conducted by Liszt himself. These 12 choruses were published as a set by Kahnt (Leipzig) in 1861. As characteristic for tendencies of the early 20th century, there were not only stylistic objections against Liszt's fantasies and transcriptions. [M] Liszt's Piano Concerto No. After Liszt had in highest terms been praised regarding the impression he had made when playing his fantasies, it was to be read: Also Liszt's mistresses Marie d'Agoult and Princess Wittgenstein wished him to be a "proper" composer with an œuvre of original pieces. Everything reminding of Chopin's sentimentalism was as well to be put aside. Several of Liszt's pupils of the 1880s left behind records from which the pieces played by themselves and their fellow students are known. [4] But, nevertheless, Liszt invested a particular kind of creativity. For many times he assured, his fantasies and transcriptions were only worthless trash. ), 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. They are in most cases written in a more conventional style. While Raabe criticized this as unforgivable sin, he would have better taken a careful look at Lieder by German masters such as Schubert and Schumann who both had treated their lyrics with freedom of similar kinds. In this sense the music would not paint the landscape, but it would match the landscape in a third category, the mood. The lyrics of "Dichter, was Liebe sei" were by Charlotte von Hagn who also lived in Berlin. "Il penseroso", "The thinking", could be "Thoughtful" in English. While some of these piano works are actually collections of pieces, the late pieces are almost entirely smaller works. [S] Franz Liszt Biography. 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. As a special case, Liszt also made piano arrangements of his own instrumental and vocal works. with unspoken words. 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. (Preludio zu dem Glocken des Strassburger Münsters). ; 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). [10] The printed volume contained the songs "Du bist wie eine Blume", "Dichter, was Liebe sei", "Vergiftet sind meine Lieder", "Morgens steh' ich auf und frage", "Die todte Nachtigall", and "Mild wie ein Lufthauch im Mai". In addition, he was a music promoter who acted as friend and … All fantasies and transcriptions on Italian subjects were, of course, to be neglected. ("My tribe are those Asras, who are dying when they love.") Performed by Liszt in 1862 and referred to by him (in letters and other writings) as. The third volume should have included the song "O lieb so lang du lieben kannst", of which Liszt's piano transcription is famous and well known as the third "Liebestraum". The symphonic poems of the Hungarian composer Franz Liszt are a series of 13 orchestral works, numbered S.95–107. Besides eccentricities of such kinds, Liszt still made transcriptions of works by other composers. 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. Extensive Larghetto religioso section is an early version of. In 1911, when Bartók wrote his essay, a complete edition of the "Franz Liszt Stiftung" was in print. Instead of just overtaking original melodies and harmonies, he ameliorated them. 2002, Liszt arranged many works by other composers. 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. [U] •••••••••••••••• ••••••••••••••••, •••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••• He left behind an extensive and diverse body of work that influenced his forward-looking contemporaries and anticipated 20th-century ideas and trends. The key is the Gypsy or Hungarian variant of g-Minor. A review in the Leipziger Allgemeine musikalische Zeitung of Liszt's concerts in St. Petersburg in spring of 1843 may be taken as a characteristic example. S. — numbering as given in Humphrey Searle (The Music of Liszt, 1954, 2/1966), with significant additions and revisions by Sharon Winklhofer (ed. Buch der Lieder für Piano allein (6 Poésies lyriques pour piano seul) II: arr of S.298i; first draft of S.540c (U23), incomplete draft of S.541/3, arr of S.298i; second draft of S.540b (Z12), incomplete draft of S.541/3, 3rd version of S.171d/8, S.540a; theme used in S.192/2, arr of S.298ii; see S.540b for earlier draft of S.298i, Fanfare zur Enthüllung des Carl-Augusts Monument. Soirées de Vienne (Valses-caprices d'après François Schubert): different themes than S.431a; 2nd version of S.431b, Miserere du Trovatore (Paraphrase de concert), based on the quartet from Act III of the opera, Finale de Don Carlos (Coro di festa e Marcia funebre), arr of the finale ("Ce jour est plein d'allégresse") from the opera, Agnus Dei della Messa da Requiem di Giuseppe Verdi, 2nd version of S.437i; arr for org/harm as S.675c/ii, based on themes from the revised version of the opera, based on the battle-hymn "Santo spitiro cavaliere" (Act III, No. Liszt wrote to the cover of the manuscript, "Darf man solch ein Ding schreiben oder anhören?" In July 1854 Liszt wrote his essay about Berlioz and the Harold-Symphony which can be taken as his reply to the thesis by Hanslick. Works definitely determined as spurious in later updates of the Searle catalogue are included here with details on the true composer. Liszt had good reasons for resisting his critics. A. Stargardt, Germany, lost or discarded; material used in S.42i, Psalm 2 (Quare fremuerunt gentes et populi), incomplete sketches; 2nd version of 5th mvt of S.690, lost; see also S.162d, S.163/6 a funeral march in memory of Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico composed the same year, unrealized project; arr of S.666 without org? Instead, his works are usually identified using one of two different cataloging schemes: Liszt was a prolific composer. Leslie Howard, Michael Short, 2004).An asterisk (*) signifies that a number is no longer in use. Both kinds of emotions could be completely different. September 1875), 2nd version of S.89 with different lyrics, 1st version of S.88 with different lyrics, Chor der Engel aus Goethe's Faust (pt 2) (Rosen, ihr blendenden), 1st version of S.90/1b, S.90/1c; unpublished, 2nd version of S.90/1a, S.90/1c; unpublished, 1st version of S.90/2b, S.90/2c; unpublished. 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! [19] There is no doubt that all this was important for Liszt, but hardly anybody, without explanations just listening to the music, will be able to adequately understand it. The child had hummed a simple melody of which Liszt made the song. The answer is given at the song's end, but again without melody, i.e. While the transcriptions of the first volume were published 1846, Liszt did not publish the transcriptions of the second volume.[9]. Further critical remarks can be found in Peter Raabe's Liszts Schaffen. But Raabe forgot that 4/4 time was by nearly all composers treated as compound time, consisting of two equivalent halves. Liszt assured that, of course, not all music was program music. Franz Liszt a fost singurul fiu al funcționarului Ádám Liszt și al soției acestuia, Maria Anna (1788-1866), născută Lager, în familia unui brutar din Krems an der Donau (Krems la Dunăre). Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Liszt: Piano Works [Box Set] - Jorge Bolet on AllMusic - 2001 (Gott sei uns gnädig und barmherzig) (Der Kirchensegen), arr for org as S.669b, for pf4h as S.583, for pf as S.504, 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, 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, Festkantate zur Enthüllung des Beethoven-Denkmals in Bonn (Was versammelt hier die Menge), arr for pf4h as S.584; beginning and end of the 1st mvt arr for pf as S.507, 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, 2nd version of S.69i, S.69iii; No.4 arr for pf as S.508, for pf4h as S.585, 3rd version of S.70i, S.70ii; themes used in S.114, Gaudeamus igitur (Humoreske, Zur Feier des hundertjährigen Jubiläums der Akademischen Konzerte zu Jena 1870), Das deutsche Vaterland I (Was ist das deutsche Vaterland? E major is a key regularly used by Liszt for religious themes. 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. and Nuages gris of the 1880s. S.87vii, male chorus, optional piano (1873?) Genre — Works are grouped in genre categories under a header, which is listed here for each work. In comparison with the earlier versions, they are shocking because Liszt took everything away which could remind of Romantic style. 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. In 1844 a third volume appeared, but this volume's title was only "6 Lieder". He had piano lessons fro… In addition, there was a series "Buch der Lieder" which had been projected for three volumes, consisting of six songs each. See his letters to Joseph Maria Lefebvre of December 25, 1843, and January 9, 1844, in: Pocknell, Pauline (ed. "Corno" is thought to be August Horn (corno being Italian for horn), but this could be misleading. Further songs were published 1883. It was obviously meant in a sense that Liszt wished to be imagined as a person who, when dying, was remembering his own homeland Hungary. [L] At the beginning of this section he wrote "...dulces moriens reminiscitur Argos" ("...dying, he is sweetly remembering Argos.") After Hanslick had reviewed a performance of Liszt's "Gran Mass", he continued: In 1879 and 1880 Liszt continued the series of his "Gesammelte Lieder" with songs such as "J'ai perdu ma force et ma vie", "Ihr Glocken von Marling", "Sei still", "Mild wie ein Lufthauch im Mai" (2nd version), "Isten veled (Lebe wohl)", "Mir ist die Welt so freudenleer" and others. It was also presumed, that the piano accompaniment was easy to play. But besides, he was until the grave "in heart and mind" Hungarian. Translated from German after: La Mara (ed. Piece number 12 is missing. 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. The transcriptions of the two volumes of the "Buch der Lieder" can be counted among Liszt's finest piano works. 2nd version of S.259; unpublished?, lost? For the new final chorus, a 10 bar segue replaces the last 13 bars of the original ending. (11) Alte deutsche geistliche Weisen (Choräle): arr of S.50/1; not included in published set, In domum Domini ibimus (Zum Haus des Herrn ziehen wir), Klavierstück aus der Bonn Beethoven-Kantate (Album-Leaf), based on the beginning and end of the 1st mvt of S.67, Schnitterchor aus den entfesselten Prometheus, arr of No.4 from S.69i (incomplete); 1st version of S.508, Pastorale (Schnitterchor aus den Entfesselten Prometheus), arr of No.4 from S.69ii; 2nd version of S.507a, arr of S.89a/3–5; 1st version of S.511; possibly by, Von der Wiege bis zum Grabe (Poème symphonique No.13), 1st version of S.512ii; arr for pf4h as S.598, arr for orch as S.110/2; 1st version of S.514a, Der Tanz in der Dorfschenke (Mephisto-Walzer), 2nd version of S.514, revised with additions, Salve Polonia (Interludium aus dem Oratorium Stanislaus), Künstler-Festzug zur Schillerfeier 1859 (Künstlerfestzug), Künstlerfestzug zur Schillerfeier 1859 (Künstlerfestzug), Festmarsch nach Motiven von E.H. z. S.-C.-G, 2nd version of S.232; arr for orch as S.119, unfinished solo piano draft; basis for S.125; published 2006, Epithalam (zu Eduard Reményis Vermählungsfeier), 1st version (short draft) of S.527; based on S.169, 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, arr of S.274i (1st version of Die Zelle/Élégie), arr of S.301b/i (2nd version of Die Zelle/Élégie), arr of S.301b/ii (3rd version of Die Zelle/Élégie), arr of S.274ii (4th version of Die Zelle/Élégie). 6 Mélodies favorites de La Belle Meunière de François Schubert: 1st version of S.565c; published 1847 by Diabelli (Vienna) (with ossia for No.2), 2nd version of S.565; published 1879 by Cranz (Hamburg), 2nd version of S.566, more literal transcription; sketch only, Frühlingsnacht (Lied von Robert Schumann). 2002 (as S.692b incorrectly), +Michael Saffle (The Liszt Companion, Ben Arnold ed.) There were the composer's emotions at the one side and emotions of a listener at the other side. [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. quand je dors", for example, has French lyrics and music in Italian style. Although Liszt's early songs are seldom sung, they show him in much better light than works such as the paraphrase "Gaudeamus igitur" and the Galop after Bulhakow, both composed in 1843. [R] ), Das deutsche Vaterland II (Was ist das deutsche Vaterland? arr for pf as S.513, for vn va vc hp pf harm by, 3rd version of S.108i, S.108ii; 2nd mvt revised (10 additional bars), 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, premiered in London in 1825; possibly same as Overture to S.1, arr for pf as S.513a, for pf4h as S.599/1, arr of S.514; 1st version of S.110/2a, with original, arr for pf as S.516, for pf4h as S.601, for org as S.268/2, uses themes from S.161/2; arr for pf as S.516a, for pf4h as S.602, for vn pf as S.377a, epilogue to S.96iv; arr for pf as S.517, for pf4h as S.602/3, for 2pf as S.757, based on an old Polish song; 1st version of S.113ii; arr for pf4h as S.604i, Salve Polonia (Interludium aus dem Oratorium St. Stanislaus), interlude to S.688; 2nd version of S.113i; arr for pf as S.518, for pf4h as S.604ii, uses themes from S.70iii, Trio section theme from S.106; arr for pf as S.520i, for pf4h as S.605, 3rd version of S.115i, S.115ii; arr for pf4h as S.606, arr of S.244/15; arr for pf as S.244a, for pf4h as S.608, for 2pf as S.652a, Ungarischer Marsch zur Krönungsfeier in Ofen-Pest am 8. The table below gives the following information for works by Franz Liszt (where applicable): . All of Reger's transcriptions of songs by Brahms, Wolf, Richard Strauss and others as well as his arrangements of Bach's organ works were excluded. The second volume contained songs with lyrics by Hugo. S.87v, This page was last edited on 18 January 2021, at 04:45. 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. Soirées italiennes ((6) Amusements sur des motifs de Mercadante): Réminiscences de Robert le Diable (Grande fantaisie sur des motifs de l'opéra de Meyerbeer): based on Isabella's cavatina from the opera, based on the sailors' prayer from Act III of the opera, based on the Indian March from Act IV of the opera, Fantaisie sur l'opéra hongroise Szép Ilonka, Grande fantaisie sur des motifs de Niobe (Divertissement sur la cavatine "I tuoi frequenti palpiti"), Grande fantaisie de bravoure sur La clochette, based on the main theme of the last mvt of the. 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). 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. According to this, a Lied should have a melody which for itself was expressing a single mood and could be sung without much effort. 1st version of S.260ii; arr for pf as S.529i, 2nd version of S.260i; arr for pf as S.529ii, 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, Missa pro organo lectarum celebrationi missarum adjumento inserviens, Angiolin dal biondo crin (Englein hold im Lockengold), 1st version of S.269ii, S.269iii, S.269iv, S.269v; arr for pf as S.531/6, 2nd version of S.269i, S.269iii, S.269iv, S.269v, 3rd version of S.269i, S.269ii, S.269iv, S.269v, 4th (transposed) version of S.269i, S.269ii, S.269iii, S.269v, 5th version of S.269i, S.269ii, S.269iii, S.269iv, 1st version of S.270ii/2 (for tenor voice); arr for pf as S.158/1, 1st version of S.270ii/1 (for tenor voice); arr for pf as S.158/2, 1st version of S.270ii/3 (for tenor voice); arr for pf as S.158/3, 1st version of S.272ii; arr for pf as S.531/2, 1st version of S.273ii; arr for pf as S.531/1, 2nd version of S.273i; arr for pf as S.532, for v orch as S.369, 1st version of S.274ii, S.301b/i, S.301b/ii; arr for pf as S.534i, 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, 1st version of S.275ii, S.275iii; arr for pf as S.531/3, 3rd version of S.275i, S.275ii; arr for v orch as S.370, 1st version of S.276ii; arr for pf as S.534, 1st version of S.278ii; arr for pf as S.531/4, 1st version of S.279ii, S.279iii, S.279iv; arr for pf as S.531/5, 1st version of S.280ii; arr for pf as S.167a; 1st setting, for 2nd setting see S.280a, 2nd version of S.280i; 1st setting, for 2nd setting see S.280a, 1st version of S.282ii; arr for pf as S.536, 1st version of S.283ii; arr for pf as S.537, 1st version of S.284ii; arr for pf as S.538, "gastibelza" is a Basque word meaning "gossip"; arr for pf as S.540, 1st version of S.287ii, S.287iii, S.287iv, S.287v, S.287vi, 2nd version of S.287i, S.287iii, S.287iv, S.287v, S.287vi, 3rd version of S.287i, S.287ii, S.287iv, S.287v, S.287vi, 4th version of S.287i, S.287ii, S.287iii, S.287v, S.287vi, 5th version of S.287i, S.287ii, S.287iii, S.287iv, S.287vi, 6th version of S.287i, S.287ii, S.287iii, S.287iv, S.287v, 1st setting, for 2nd and 3rd settings see S.288ii, S.288iii, 2nd setting, for 1st and 3rd setting see S.288i, S.288iii, 3rd setting, for 1st and 2nd setting see S.288i, S.288ii, 2nd version of S.292i; arr for v orch as S.372, 2nd version of S.292i/1; arr for v orch as S.372/1, 2nd version of S.292i/2; arr for v orch as S.372/2, 2nd version of S.292i/3; arr for v orch as S.372/3, 1st version of S.293ii; arr for v orch as S.373i, 2nd version of S.293i; arr for v org as S.681a; for v orch as S.373ii, 1st version of S.298ii; arr for pf as S.540b, 2nd version of S.298i; arr for pf as S.541/3, En ces lieux tout me parle d'elle (Élégie), 2nd version of S.274i, S.274ii, S.301b/ii; arr for pf as S.534ii, 3rd version of S.274i, S.274ii, S.301b/i; arr for pf as S.534ii/a, 1st version of S.311ii, S.311iii, S.311iv, S.311v, 2nd version of S.311i, S.311iii, S.311iv, S.311v, 3rd version of S.311i, S.311ii, S.311iv, S.311v, 4th version of S.311i, S.311ii, S.311iii, S.311v, 5th version of S.311i, S.311ii, S.311iii, S.311iv, arr for various choral configurations under S.87, for orch by Liszt and, arr for vn pf as S.383, for v orch as S.374, J'ai perdu ma force et ma vie (Ich verlor die Kraft und das Leben), Go Not, Happy Day (Weil noch, Sonnenstrahl), Verlassen (Mir ist die Welt so freudenleer), 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, arr for various choral configurations under S.93, Do Not Reproach Me, My Friend (Не брани меня, мой друг), Der traurige Mönch (In Schweden steht ein grauer Turm), Des toten Dichters Liebe (A holt költó szerelme), Слѣпой [Slyepoi] (The Blind Man) "Der blinde Sänger", Zweite Ouvertüre zum Barbier von Bagdad (P. 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