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Franz Liszt also known as Franz Joseph Liszt, Ferencz Liszt, Franciscus Liszt - View Sheet Music for this Artist
  • a.k.a.: Franz Joseph Liszt, Ferencz Liszt, Franciscus Liszt
  • Hungarian/German
  • 22nd October 1811 - 31st July 1886
  • You might know him for: Hungarian Rhapsody No.2 (from the film The Majestic) and Liebesträume Opus. 62 No.3 (from the film Sweet and Lowdown)

“When I think of Liszt as a creative artist, he appears before my eyes…blowing into Jericho trumpets fortissimo and pianissimo,” spoken by the great composer Frédéric Chopin. Franz Liszt was already a proficient pianist by the time he was six years old, taught by his father, a cellist. As a virtuoso pianist five years later, wealthy townspeople financed his education in Vienna. It wasn’t until the Liszt family moved to Paris in 1825 that his career began to take off. Franz met violinist Paganini in 1831, making a promise to himself that he would become Paganini’s pianist equivalent. Liszt created the term ‘symphonic poem’ which described those orchestral works that abandoned tradition, and focused instead on literary or pictorial themes.


At this time, Liszt found love in Marie d’Agoult, a married Countess, and carried on this turbulent relationship for 10 years. They eloped to Switzerland in 1835 when Franz began to teach at the Geneva Conservatoire. However, Liszt continued to have affairs with many women including Polish princess Carolyne Sayn- Wittgenstein, a young courtesan Marie Duplessis, and dancer Lola Montes. It is no surprise then, that Liszt compose Liebesträume,(1850), as he had many experiences for this musical inspiration. However, it is a surprise that Liszt was extremely religious, considering his amorous tendencies, and had contemplated the priesthood. In his day, Liszt’s physical appearance would have rivaled that of a God and women were instantly attracted to him, fainting, as he played piano, fighting over locks of his hair and buttons off of his clothes. Liszt soon tired of this lifestyle of willing women and fame, and he settled in quiet Weimar in Germany. He focused on his musical compositions and promoting the music of Richard Wagner, who married one of Liszt’s two daughters, 24 years younger than him. His career as touring virtuoso took him to many countries, making him a favorite among audiences. On the way, he met many famous composers in his lifetime including Bizet, Grieg, Beethoven, Berlioz, Mendelssohn, Chopin, Schumann, Saint-Saëns, Debussy, Borodin, and Tchaikovsky.




Liszt’s intellect, unfailing creativity and charm made him very popular as a musician, and as a person. After a very pleasing and successful musical career of over 700 compositions, Liszt died of pneumonia at age 75. He remains as a top pianist of the 19th Century, and perhaps in all of history.

Song Title Arrangements Image
Adagio 11
Organ, Piano, Guitar, Guitar TAB
Adagio
Album Leaf In Waltz Form (Simplified) 1
Piano
Album Leaf In Waltz Form (Simplified)
Annees De Pelerinage II, No.6: Petrarch's 123rd Sonnet 1
Piano
Annees De Pelerinage II, No.6: Petrarchs 123rd Sonnet
Annees De Pelerinage III, No.1: Angelus! Prayer To The Guardian Angels 1
Piano
Annees De Pelerinage III, No.1: Angelus! Prayer To The Guardian Angels
Annees De Pelerinage, No.7: Eclogue 1
Piano
Annees De Pelerinage, No.7: Eclogue
Au lac de Wallenstadt 1
Piano
Au lac de Wallenstadt
Bagatelle Sans Tonalite (Fourth Mephisto Waltz) 1
Piano
Bagatelle Sans Tonalite (Fourth Mephisto Waltz)
Consolation No. 3 1
Piano
Consolation No. 3
Consolation No. 4 1
Piano
Consolation No. 4
Consolation No. 5 1
Piano
Consolation No. 5
Consolation No. 6 1
Piano
Consolation No. 6
Consolation No.1 1
Piano
Consolation No.1
Consolation No.3 1
Piano
Consolation No.3
Consolation No.3 In D Flat (as performed by Sacha Puttnam) 1
Piano
Consolation No.3 In D Flat (as performed by Sacha Puttnam)
Consolation No.3 in D Flat Major 1
Piano
Consolation No.3 in D Flat Major
Consolation No.4 1
Piano
Consolation No.4
Consolation No.5 1
Piano
Consolation No.5
Consolation No.5 in E S172 1
Piano
Consolation No.5 in E S172
Der Müller und der Bach 1
Piano
Der Müller und der Bach
Elegy No.2 1
Piano
Elegy No.2
En Reve (Nocturne) 1
Piano
En Reve (Nocturne)
Five Klavierstücke S192 No.1 1
Piano
Five Klavierstücke S192 No.1
Harmonies Poétiques Et Réligieuses For Piano No.10: Cantique D'amour 1
Piano
Harmonies Poétiques Et Réligieuses For Piano No.10: Cantique Damour
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 1
Piano
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
Hungarian Rhapsody No.2 1
Piano
Hungarian Rhapsody No.2
Hungarian Rhapsody (Ungarische Rhapsody) No.2 2
Piano
Hungarian Rhapsody (Ungarische Rhapsody) No.2
Impromptu in F sharp S191 1
Piano
Impromptu in F sharp S191
Les Preludes 1
Piano
Les Preludes
Libestraum No. 1 1
Piano
Libestraum No. 1
Libestraum No. 2 1
Piano
Libestraum No. 2
Libestraum No. 3 1
Piano
Libestraum No. 3
Liebestraum (Dream Of Love) 3
Piano
Liebestraum (Dream Of Love)
Liebestraum No. 3 8
Piano
 
Liebestraum No.3 3
Piano
Liebestraum No.3
Liebestraum, Notturno No. 3 (Love's Dream) 2
Piano
Liebestraum, Notturno No. 3 (Loves Dream)
Liebestraume 1
Piano
Liebestraume
Liebestraume No.3 in A Flat Major 1
Piano
Liebestraume No.3 in A Flat Major
Liebestraume: Notturno No.3 In A Flat: O Lieb, So Lang Du Lieben… (as performed by Sacha Puttnam) 1
Piano
Liebestraume: Notturno No.3 In A Flat: O Lieb, So Lang Du Lieben… (as performed by Sacha Puttnam)
Love's Dream 1
Piano
Loves Dream
March of the Three Magi from Weihnachtsbaum 1
Piano
March of the Three Magi from Weihnachtsbaum
Mariotte - Valse de Marie S212a 1
Piano
Mariotte - Valse de Marie S212a
Mephisto Waltz 1
Piano
Mephisto Waltz
Rakoczy March 1
Piano
Rakoczy March
Romance S169 1
Piano
Romance S169
St¨ndchen from Schwanengesang S.560 1
Piano
St¨ndchen from Schwanengesang S.560
Un Sospiro 1
Piano
Un Sospiro
Un Sospiro, For Piano In D Flat Major (grande Études De Concert No. 3) 1
Piano
Un Sospiro, For Piano In D Flat Major (grande Études De Concert No. 3)
Valse-Impromptu 1
Piano
Valse-Impromptu
Valse Oubliee No.1 1
Piano
Valse Oubliee No.1
Valse Oubliée No.1 1
Piano
Valse Oubliée No.1
Waltz In A Major, S. 208a 1
Piano
Waltz In A Major, S. 208a