He wrote 42 of these pieces from 1850-1884.
The seem to all have a religious themes. They are in German and Latin and are often based off of other composer’s work.
He wrote 3 pieces for organ with other instruments. Two for organ and trombone, One for organ trombone and violin.
F1 679410 828 Aria ‘Cujus animam’ aus dem Stabat Mater von Rossini, org, trbnc1860–70UE viiided. C.E. Grosse; not rel. to A141/1; see K5
F2 677 409 848/1,2 Hosannah (Alleluja del Cantico del Sol), org, trbn ad lib1862–3Weimar: Kühn, 1867†EMB ii, UE viiiI8, 1st version
F3 678 411a 100 6–7 Aus der Ungarischen Krönungsmesse, vn, org/hmn: 1 Offertorium, 2 Benedictus1871Leipzig: Schuberth, 1871†; 1873UE viiiarr. from I9; the order here reflects the liturgical sequence, as in the 1st edn; see also A238, B31, D10, E23, H14
This is information is from the Oxford Online article on Franz Liszt