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Liszt, Abbe Feanz (1811-86), a Hungarian pianist and composer, first appeared in public in his ninth year. He studied in Vienna and Paris, and produced an opera. In 1861 he took orders in Rome, and later in 1870 became director of the conservatory of music at Pesth. His compositions include the oratorios St. Elizabeth and Christus, and the Faust and Bante symphonies besides some very characteristic Hungarian Rhapsodies.