||Totus in corde langueo
||Soprano (or tenor), clarinet in C (or violin) and orchestra (2 flutes, 2 horns in C, strings (minus violas), organ continuo)
The continuo is unrealized. Though the title page says it was composed in 1816, no mention of a tenor was made in that version. It was published again in 1825, this time with a new opus number -- 46, and the designation "soprano (or tenor)". The dedication to tenor Ludwig Titze dates from this publication.