The Bavarian State Library in Munich made a quite sensational discovery in 2007: a previously unknown Lied for Voice (soprano) and Piano by Franz Liszt was found, which he had written down himself. The work shows Liszt at his best; it was composed in 1843 and dedicated to Count Franz von Pocci from Munich. This was a good enough reason for Henle Publishers to publish the manuscript in the form of a high-quality facsimile, which also contains the music in modern music print and extensive information concerning the fascinating circumstances of its genesis. A true delight for all connoisseurs and lovers of Franz Liszt.