Piano sonatas | other works for keyboard | piano trio

Name Key Hoboken No. Year Specifics
1 (Divertimenti) G XVI:8 before 1766  
2 C XVI:7 "  
3 F XVI:9 "  
4 G XVI:G1 " final part is identical to first part of No.5
5 G XVI:11 "  
6 C XVI:10 "  
7 D XVI:D1 " variazione
8 A XVI:5 " may not be composed by Haydn
9 C XVI:4 "  
10 C XVI:1 "  
11 B flat XVI:2 "  
12 A XVI:12 "  
13 G XVI:6 " also in a version for pianotrio (XV:37)
14 C XVI:3 "  
15 E XVI:13 "  
16 D XVI:14 "  
17 E flat -   maybe not composed by Haydn
18 E flat -   maybe not composed by Haydn
19 e XVI:47 " two part version of Nr.57 (XVI:47)
20 B flat XVI:18 1766-67  
21-27   XVI:2a-h   lost, only the opening-themes are known
28 D XVI:5 1765-66 fragmentarily
29 E flat XVI:45 1766  
30 D XVI:19 1767  
31 A flat XVI:46 1767-68  
32 g XVI:44 1768-70  
33 (Sonatas) c XVI:20 1771 First time Haydn called this genre "Sonata"
34 D XVI:33 1771-73  
35 A flat XVI:34 1771-73  
36 C XVI:21 1773 dedicated to Nicolas Esterhazy
37 E XVI:22 1773 "
38 F XVI:23 1773 "
39 D XVI:24 1773 "
40 E flat XVI:25 1773 "
41 A XVI:26 1773 "
42 G XVI:27 1776  
43 E flat XVI:28 1776  
44 F XVI:29 1774  
45 A XVI:30 1776  
46 E XVI:31 1776  
47 b XVI:32 1776  
48 C XVI:35 1777-79 dedicated to the sisters Auenbrugger
49 c sharp XVI:36 1777-79 "
50 D XVI:37 1777-79 "
51 E flat XVI:38 1777-79 "
52 G XVI:39 1777-79 "
53 e XVI:34 1781-82  
54 G XVI:40 1782-84 dedicated to Princess Marie Esterhazy
55 B flat XVI:41 1782-84 "
56 D XVI:42 1782-84 "
57 F XVI:47 1788 see also sonata 19
58 C XVI:48 1789  
59 E flat XVI:49 1789-90 the title-page has an inscription 'to Anna de Jerlischek', according to Haydn it is attributed to Marianne von Genzinger
60 C XVI:50 1794-95 attr. Miss Therese Jansen
61 D XVI:51 1794-95 "
62 E flat XVI:52 1794-95 "
63   XVI:15   probably not from Haydn, variation of Divertimento XI:11
64   XVI:16   maybe not from Haydn
65   XVI:17   maybe not from Haydn
66   XVI:D1 1788-89 composed by Kauer -Sonata Militaire-

Numbers according to Christa Landon and Oswald Jones (Vienna 1964-1981). In original editions, the works before 1770 have the names 'Partita' or 'Divertimento'.

Other works for keyboard

Name Key Hoboken No. Year Specifics
Capriccio G XVII:1 1765 'Acht Sauschneider mussen sein'
20 variations G XVII:2 1771 publ. 1788 in A
12 variations E flat XVII:3 1774  
Fantasia (Capriccio) C XVII:4 1789  
6 variations C XVII:5 1790-91  
Andante with variations f XVII:6 1793 also known as Sonata and 'Un piccolo divertimento'
5 variations D XVII:7 1760 (1750-55)  
Variations D XVII:8   also versions in A and C, Hob.i,794, maybe not composed by Haydn.
Adagio F XVII:9 1786  
Allegretto G XVII:10 1794 modification of a little piece for mechanical clock
Andante C XVII:11 1807 publ. 1974, maybe not from Haydn
Divertimento F XVIIa:1 1778 'Il Maestro e lo Scolare' for quatremain
Partita F XVIIa:2 1768-70 quatremain
'Gott erhalte'   XXVIa:43 1797 keyboard variation of the song/hymn
Variations of 'Gott erhalte'   III:77 1797  
Different menuets, German dances and counter dances   (see IX:3, 9a, 10, 11, 12, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 30)   modifications or hard to identify
Adagio G - 1794 first version of the second part of the keyboard trio XV:22
Allegretto G - 1781 Short piece from the final of the stringquartet III:41

Piano trio

Name Key Hoboken No. Year Specifics
1 F XV:37 1766  
2 C XV:C1   maybe composed by Wagenseil. Also in a version for keyboard and violin
3 G XV:6   modification of a Divertimento per il cembalo solo
4 F XV:39 1767 modifications of parts of piano sonatas. Publ. Amsterdam 1767
5 g XV:1 1766  
6 F XV:40 1760 also in a version for 2 violins, keyboard and bass (XVIII:7)
7 G XV:41 1767  
8 D XV:33   lost
9 D XV:D1   lost, maybe not from Haydn
10 A XV:35 1765 also known as Capriccio
11 E XV:34 1771 partly used in a Serenade for wind-instruments
12 E flat XV:36 1760 also with the title Concerto and Partita
13 B flat XV:39 1769 "
14 f XV:f1 1760 also with the title Partita
15 D     Second part as variations in XVII:7
16 C XIV:C1   also in a version for keyboard solo and one for 2 violins, harpsichord and bass
17 F XV:2 1767-71 also in a version for baryton and 2 violins
18 G XV:5 1784  
19 F XV:6 1784-85 attr. Countess Grassalkovics
20 D XV:7 " "
21 B flat XV:8 " "
22 A XV:9 1785  
23 E flat XV:10   modifications of a stringquartet. Not from Haydn
24 E flat XV:11 1788  
25 e XV:12 1788 Haydn had recently bought a Pianoforte. This piece is composed for the instrument and not for harpsichord like the former compositions!
26 c XV:13 1788-89  
27 A XV:14 1789-90  
28 D XV:16 1790 for flute, cello and piano
29 G XV:15 1790  
30 F XV:17 1790 for flute, piano and cello
31 G XV:32 1794 modification of a (lost) violinsonata of 1792
32 A XV:18 1794 final also in a version for piano-solo
33 g XV:19 1794  
34 B flat XV:20 1794  
35 C XV:21 1795 attr. Marie Esterhazy
36 E flat XV:22 1795  
37 d XV:23 1795  
38 D XV:24 1795  
40 f XV:26 1794 adagio is related to Symph. 102
41 e flat XV:31 1795 also in a version for violin and piano (1803)
42 E flat XV:30 1797  
43 C XV:27 1795-97  
44 E XV:28 1795-97  
45 E flat XV:29 1795-97 from the Andantino also a variation for voice and piano exists

Numbers according to H.C Robbins Landon issue