The Missa Choralis for Chorus and Organ was written by Franz Liszt while in Rome in 1865 during a period of study and composition of church music. Liszt especially admired Palestrina and found fascination in the use of plainchant and medieval modal tonalities. The setting of the Missa Choralis follows 18th century tradition, such as was used by Haydn and Mozart. Choral Score in Latin. Includes: Kyrie * Gloria * Credo * Sanctus * Benedictus * Agnus Dei.