An elderly Franz Liszt (1881-1886), living in a monastery, recalls the Caroline, the lost love of his youth. When her father, a government minister, objects to their relationship, she swears to him that he will be remembered in her prayers at that hour. Omn his birthday, the aged composer sees her in a vision. Written by
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The soundtrack was not synchronized when it was played in theaters. See more
Although Liszt did spend some time in a monastery when his romance with Caroline was ended, he did not do so in old age. See more
Franz, I may never see you again, but always at this hour I will remember you in my prayers.
Second Hungarian Rhapsody
Composed by Franz Liszt
Heard on non-synchronized soundtrack performed by the Victor Concert Orchestra See more