Liszt, Franz (1811-1886)

Franz Liszt is mainly known today for his piano work (Anèes de Pelerinage, Liebesträe) and tone-poems (Mazeppa, Torquato Tass, Les Preludes). His religious beliefs led him to compose several sacred works including oratories (Christus, Legende der Heiligen Elisabeth), masses, and one requiem.
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Requiem, R. 488 (1868-1871)

Text Missa De Profunctis
Notes Composed for the 20th anniversary of Frederic Chopin's death. The requiem calls for four soloists, a four-part male choir, and an organ.