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Operas
Scherz, List und Rache (Jest, Cunning and Revenge), Op. 1
Die Loreley, Op. 16
Hermione, Op. 40
Claudine von Villa Bella, WoO


Choral Works Sacred
Hosanna, WoO
Jubilate, Amen, Op. 3
Die Flucht der heiligen Familie (The Flight of the Holy Family), Op. 20 [cantata]
Gesang der heiligen drei Könige (Song of the Three Magi), Op. 21
Rorate coeli, Op. 29
Die Flucht nach Aegypten (The Flight to Egypt), Op. 31, No. 1
Morgenstunde, Op. 31, No. 2
Messensätze: Kyrie, Sanctus und Agnus Dei (Mass Movements: Kyrie, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei), Op. 35
Gruss an die heilige Nacht (Greeting to the Holy Night), Op. 62
Hymne, Op. 64 [cantata]
Moses, Op. 67 [oratorio]
Sei getreu bis in den Tod (Be Faithful until Death), Op. 69
Österkantate (Easter Cantata), Op. 81 [cantata]
Das Wessobrunner Gebet, Op. 82
Christkindlieder (Songs of the Christ Child), Op. 92


Choral Works Secular with Solo Voices
Rinaldo, WoO
Die Birken und die Erlen: Gedicht aus den Waldliedern von Pfarrius (The Birches and the Alders), Op. 8 [cantata]
Frithjof: Scenen aus der Frithjof-Sage von Esaias Tegner (Frithjof: Scenes from the Frithjof Saga by Esaias Tegner), Op. 23 [cantata]
Schön Ellen (Fair Ellen), Op. 24
Salamis: Ein Krieggesang des Griechen (Salamis: A War Song of the Greeks), Op. 25
Frithjof auf seines Vaters Grabhügel (Frithjof on the Mound of His Father's Grave), Op. 27
Normannenzug, Op. 32
Dithyrambe, Op. 39
Odysseus, Op. 41 [oratorio]
Arminius, Op. 43 [oratorio]
Das Lied von der Glocke (The Song of the Bell), Op. 45 [cantata]
Achilleus: Dichtung nach Motiven der Ilias von Heinrich Bulthaupt, Op. 50 [oratorio]
Das Feuerkreuz (The Fiery Cross), Op. 52 [cantata]
Drei Hebräische Gesänge (Hebrew Songs), WoO
Leonidas, Op. 66 [oratorio]
Gustav Adolf, Op. 73 [oratorio]
Damanjanti: Szenen aus der indischen Dichtung "Nala und Damanjanti", Op. 78
Die Macht des Gesanges (The Power of Song), Op. 87
Trauerfeier fur Mignon (Funeral Rites for Mignon), Op. 93


Choral Works
Secular without Solo Voices

Vier Männerchore und Orchester (Four Male Choruses and Orchestra), Op. 19
Fünf Lieder (Five Songs), Op. 22
Römischer Leichenfeier (Roman Funeral Rites), Op. 34
Das Lied vom deutschen Kaiser (The Song of the German Kaiser), Op. 37
Fünf Lieder (Five Lieder), Op. 38
Vier Männerchöre (Four Men's Choruses), Op. 48
Zwei Männerchöre (Two Men's Choruses), Op. 53
Neun Lieder (Nine Songs), Op. 60
[Drei]
Neue Männerchöre ([Three] New Male Choruses), Op. 68
Sieben Gesänge (Seven Songs), Op. 71
In der Nacht (In the Night), Op. 72
Herzog Moritz ("Warsong of the Magdeburgers against Duke Moritz of Saxony"), Op. 74
Der letzte Abschied des Volkes (The Last Farewell of the People), Op. 76
Sechs Volkslieder (Wallisisch und Schottisch), WoO

Sechs Lieder (Six Songs), Op. 86
Alternberger Hymne, WoO
Heldenfeier, Op. 89
Fünf Lieder (Five Lieder), Op. 90
Die Stimme der Mutter Erde (The Voice of Mother Earth), Op. 91

Songs
Three Duets for Soprano, Alto, and Piano, Op. 4
Seven Songs for Two- and Three-Part Female Voices and Piano, Op. 6

Six Songs, Op. 7
Hymnus for Soprano (or Alto) and Piano, Op. 13
Four Songs for Solo Voice and Piano, Op. 15
Ten Songs, Op. 17
Four Songs for Baritone and Piano, Op. 18
Zwölf schottische Volkslieder (Twelve Scottish Folksongs), WoO
Die Priesterin der Isis in Rom (The Priestess of Isis in Rome), Op. 30 [cantata without chorus]
Vier Lieder (Four Songs), Op. 33
Lieder und Gesänge, Op. 49
Siechentrost Lieder (Solace in Affliction), Op. 54
Fünf Lieder für Baryton (Five Songs for Baritone), Op. 59
Szene der Marfa (Martha's Scene from Demetrius Schiller), Op. 80
Fünf Lieder (Five Songs), Op. 97

Instrumental Works Orchestra
Canzonetta, WoO
Symphony No. 1 in E-flat major, Op. 28
Symphony No. 2 in F Minor, Op. 36
Symphony No. 3 in E Major, Op. 51
Swedish Dances, Op. 63 (arranged for orchestra)

Swedish Dances, Op. 63 (arranged for military band)
Suite für grosses Orchester nach russischen Volksmelodien (Symphonic Suite No. 1 on Russian Folk Melodies), Op. 79b
Suite No. 2 (Nordland Suite)
Suite No. 3 for Orchestra with Organ, WoO
Serenade nach schwedischen Volksmelodien für Streichorchester (Five Movements on Swedish Folk Melodies for String Orchestra), WoO
Mindener Fantasie, WoO

Instrumental Works Violin and Orchestra
Concerto No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 26
Romance in A Minor, Op. 42
Concerto No. 2 in D Minor, Op. 44
Scottish Fantasy, Op. 46
Adagio appassionato, Op. 57
Concerto No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 58
Schwedische Tanze (Swedish Dances ), Op. 63, No. 2
In Memoriam, Op. 65
Serenade in A Minor, Op. 75
Konzertstück in F# Minor, Op. 84

Instrumental Works Violin and Piano
Schwedische Tanze (Swedish Dances ), Op. 63, No. 1
Lieder und Tänze on Russian and Swedish Folk Melodies, Op. 79


Instrumental Works
Violoncello and Orchestra

Kol Nidrei: Adagio nach hebräischen Melodien, Op. 47
Canzone in B-flat Major, Op. 55
Adagio nach keltischen Melodien (Adagio on Celtic Themes), Op. 56
Ave Maria, Op. 61

Instrumental Works Violoncello and Piano
Sonata for Violoncello and Piano, WoO
Four Pieces for Violoncello and Piano, Op. 70

Instrumental Works Viola and Orchestra
Romance in F Major, Op. 85
Double Concerto in E Minor for Clarinet and Viola, Op. 88

Instrumental Works Piano and Orchestra
Double Concerto for Two Pianos, Op. 88a

Instrumental Works Piano
Romanze (WoO)
Capriccio in F-sharp Minor for Piano Four Hands, Op. 2
Fantasia in D minor for Two Pianos, Op. 11
Six Piano Pieces, Op. 12
Two Piano Pieces, Op. 14
Mindener Fantasie, WoO
Swedish Dances, Op. 63 (arranged for piano two hands)

Swedish Dances, Op. 63 (arranged for piano four hands)

Instrumental Works Organ
Kleine Präludium, WoO

Chamber Music
Septet in E-flat Major, WoO [Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon, Two Violins, Violoncello, and Double Bass]
Piano Trio No. 1, WoO (1849)
Quintet for Piano and Strings WoO (1852)
Piano Trio No. 2, WoO (c1852)
Piano Trio No. 3, WoO (1855)
Trio in C Minor for Piano, Violin, and Violoncello, Op. 5
String Quartet No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 9
String Quartet No. 2 in E Major, Op. 10
Acht Stucke (Eight Pieces) für Klarinette, Bratsche und Klavier oder Violine, Violoncelle und Klavier, Op. 83
Piano Quintet in G Minor, WoO
String Quintet in A Minor, WoO
Streichquintet E-flat Major (String Quintet in E-flat Major), WoO
Song of Spring for Two Violins, Piano, and Harmonium ad lib., WoO
Streichoktett (String Octet), WoO
Ach bleib mit deiner Gnade, WoO [brass chorale]

Miscellaneous
Lied an die Eltern, WoO
Lieder, WoO (1851)
Am Rhein, WoO
Dramatischen Szenen aus Scheffels Ekkehard, WoO
Durch Nacht zum Licht, WoO
Geistlich gesinnt sein, WoO
Gesänge bei der Trauung Else Tuczek und Franz von Ankert am 24 März 1897
Hymne, WoO
Hymne an das Vaterland, WoO
Japanslied, WoO
Kaiser Wilhelm-Lied, WoO
Wächterlied in der Neujahrsnacht, WoO
Das Lied der Deutschen in Oesterreich, WoO
Militärmärsche, WoO
Venetian Serenade, WoO
Wächterlied in der Neujahrsnacht (Song of Vigil), WoO
Zum 31.8.1900, WoO




Chronological List of Works when possible




WoO (unpublished)
Lied an die Eltern

Date: 1847

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WoO (lost)
Piano Trio No. 1

Date: 1849

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WoO
Septett Es-Dur (Septet in E-flat Major)
Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon, Two Violins, Violoncello, and Double Bass

Date: 28 August 1849

Four Movements:
1. Andante maestoso - Allegro con brio
2. Adagio
3. Scherzo (Allegro)
4. Largo - Allegro vivace

Timing: 36 minutes

Edition, 1987 (parts): N. Simrock (Elite Edition 5156)
Edition, 1987 (score): N. Simrock (Elite Edition 51561a)

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WoO (lost)
Lieder

Date: 1851

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WoO (lost)
Quintet for Piano and Strings

Date: 1852, Igeler Hof

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WoO (lost)
Piano Trio No. 2

Date: c1852

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WoO (lost)
Rinaldo
Cantata

Date: 1854
Text:
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832)

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WoO (lost)
Piano Trio No. 3

Date: 1855, Igeler Hof

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Op. 1
Scherz, List und Rache
Jest, Cunning and Revenge
Comic Opera in One Act for Soprano, Tenor, Baritone and Piano

Date: was still orchestrating it on 27 February 1857
Text:
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832); abbreviated with the help of Ludwig Bischoff; Goethe's original had four acts
First Performance: 14 January 1858, Cologne

Characters: Scapine (Soprano), Scapin (Tenor), Doctor (Baritone)
Musical Disposition: One Act, three scenes, sixteen musical numbers with dialogue, musical interludes between scenes
Facts of Composition: piano version completed in March 1856 (overture for piano four hands), later orchestrated (staged in 1856, orchestral version now lost)
Timing: 70 minutes

First Edition: Leipzig: Senff, 1857
Edition
(rental): N. Simrock

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WoO (lost)
Romanze
Solo Piano

Date: before 4 November 1857 as Bruch performed it in his farewell concert in Cologne on that date at the Hotel Disch there

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WoO (lost)
Hosanna
Chorus

Date: before 4 November 1857 as it appeared in the composer's farewell concert in Cologne on that date at the Hotel Disch there

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Op. 2
Capriccio für Klavier zu vier Händen fis-moll
Capriccio in F-sharp Minor for Piano Four Hands

Date: before 4 November 1857 (performance at Hotel Disch in Cologne)

Note: componirt und Herrn Professor Ignaz Moscheles hochachtunsvoll zugeeignet

First Edition: Leipzig: Fr. Kistner, [c1858]; Plate No. 2359; 13 pp.; NSSR Mannes SpecCol 786.45 B-Kis Non-circulating

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Op. 3
Jubilate, Amen
Soprano Solo, Choir (SATB) and Orchestra

Date: 1856, Cologne

Text: Thomas Moore (1779-1852); English translation by Ferdinand Freiligrath (1810-1876)

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 2 hn, 2 tpt, timp, str
Timing: 4:44

First performance: 1 May 1857, directed by Franz Weber

First Edition: Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 186-?, 9 pp.
Edition (piano score): Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel,186-?, 9 pp.
Edition (score): Leipzig, New York: Breitkopf und Härtel, 19--, Plate No. Part.B.881, 19 pp.

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Op. 4
Three Duets
Soprano, Alto and Piano

Date: c1859

Duets:
1. Ihr lieben Lerchen, guten Tag (You Lovely Larks, Good Day)
2. Altdeutsches Winterlied (Old Winter Song)
3. Im Wald (In the Woods)

First Edition: Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1859

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Op. 5
Trio für Klavier, Violine und Violoncell c-moll
Trio in C Minor for Piano, Violin, and Violoncello

Date: sometime between 1853 and 1857 while the composer was a student in Cologne, completed in 1857 before 4 November as it was performed at the Hotel Disch in Cologne on that date
Dedication:
Ferdinand David (1810-1873) und Friedrich Grützmacher (1832-1903)
First Performance: Cologne, Hotel Disch, 4 November 1857; Max Bruch, Klavier; Julius Grunwald (1834-1863), Violine; Bernhard Breuer (1808-?), Violoncello

Three movements:
1. Andante molto cantabile (attacca)
2. Allegro assai
3. Presto

Click here for extensive and scholarly program notes by Claus-Christian Schuster.

First Edition (score and two parts): Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1858 ( Plate No. 9894, 39 pp.)
Edition (score and two parts): Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, n.d., Plate No. V.A.3147, 39 pp.
Edition: München-Gräfelfing: Verlag Walter Wollenweber, (WW198), 1991
Edition (full score and two parts): Paris: Hamelle, n.d., Plate No. J1199N

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Op. 6
Sieben Gesänge
Seven Songs
two- and three-part female voices and piano

Date:

Seven Songs:
for two sopranos and alto
1. Glückswunsch
2. Der Wald
3. Frühling muth
4. Nachtlied

for two sopranos
5. Im Frühling
6. Jesus d Morgenstern
7. Beim Pfingstreigen

Edition: Leipzig: Siegel, 187-?

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Op. 7
Sechs Lieder
Six Songs

Date
:

First Edition: Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1859

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Op. 8
Die Birken und die Erlen: Gedicht aus den Waldliedern von Pfarrius
The Birches and the Alders
Cantata for Soprano Solo, Mixed Chorus (SATB) and Orchestra

Date: before 4 November 1857 (performance at Hotel Disch in Cologne)
Text: Gustav Pfarrius (1800-1884)

Facts of Composition: Score contains metronome markings by the composer.
Timing: 10 minutes

First Edition: Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, [1859?]
Edition (piano/vocal score): Huntsville, Tex.: Recital Publications (Ed. No. 347), 1991; score (15 pp.); OCLC#27658621
Edition (piano/vocal score): Boston, 1878 (in the holdings of the Univ. of Chicago: M1533.B881B6), 25 pp.

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Op. 9
Quartett Nr. 1 für zwei Violinen, Viola und Violoncell c-moll
String Quartet No. 1 in C Minor

Date
: 1858-59, Igeler Hof

Four movements:
1. Andante. Allegro ma non troppo
2. Adagio
3. Allegro molto energico
4. Molto vivace

First Edition: Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1859
Edition: Breitkopf und Härtel, Leipzig [Plates 9983]

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Op. 10
Streichquartett Nr. 2 E-dur
String Quartet No. 2 in E Major

Date
: 1860

Four movements:
1. Allegro maestoso
2. Andante quasi Adagio
3. Vivace ma non troppo
4. Finale (Vivace)

First Edition: Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1860
Edition: Breitkopf und Härtel [Plates 10125]

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Op. 11
Fantasie D-moll für zwei Klaviere
Fantasia in D minor for Two Pianos

Date
: spring 1860
Dedication: Berthe Mathes

Facts of Composition: dedicated to Mrs. Berthe Matthes in whose family home (Curtius-Matthes) in Duisberg Bruch had been invited to play in 1859/60

Timing: 10 minutes

Three movements in one:
1. Allegro molto energico (attaca)
2. Adagio (attacca)
3. Vivace assai ma energico

First Edition: Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel (2543), 1861
Edition: München-Gräfelfing: Walter Wollenweber, c1993; Plate No. WW 204 W. Wollenweber; edited from an early edition of parts (Paris: Breitkopf & Härtel); 2 scores (27 pp. each); OCLC#28733421; LC No. M214.B883 op.11, 1993; University of Chicago M214.B881F21

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Op. 12
Sechs Klavierstucke
Six Piano Pieces

Date
: 1857-1860
Dedication: Bertha Krupp (Bruch's cousin)

Timing: 11:40

Pieces:
1. B major
2. G minor
3. Impromptu in G major
4. D minor
5. Waltzer in F-sharp major
6. E major

First Edition: Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1861
Edition (c1904): Breitkopf und Härtel 3232 (Instructional Edition by Heinrich Germer), OCLC#34018200

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Op. 13
Hymnus
Soprano (Alto) and Piano

Date: 1859, Igeler Hof
Text: Auguste Kolter
Dedication: Auguste Kolter

First Edition: Breitkopf und Härtel

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Op. 14
Zwei Klavierstücke
Two Piano Pieces

Date: 1860

Two Pieces:
1. Romanze
2. Phantasiestück

Timing: 6:25

First Edition: Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, c1862

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Op. 15
Vier Lieder für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte
Four Songs for Solo Voice and Piano
Medium Voice and Piano

Date: c1862

Songs (texts by)
:
1. Lausche, lausche!; text by Heinrich Bone (1813-93)
2. Gott!; text by Heinrich Bone (1813-93)
3. Im tiefen Thale; text by Heinrich Bone (1813-93)
4. Goldne Brücken; text by Emanuel von Geibel (1815-1884)

Comments: The fourth song is particularly melodically felicitous with much interplay between voice and accompaniment.

First Edition: Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, [1862?]
Edition: Huntsville, Texas: Recital Publications, 1983; German only; edited by Walter Charles Foster; 16 pp.

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WoO (unpublished)
Canzonetta
Orchestral Prelude

Date: early 1862, Munich
Background: preliminary sketch for the Prelude to Die Loreley, Op. 16

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, timp, perc, harp, str
Timing: 5 minutes

Edition (rental): N. Simrock

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WoO (lost)
Sonata for Violoncello and Piano

Date: 1862

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Op. 16
Die Loreley
Opera

Date: 1862
First Performance: 14 June 1863, Hoftheater Mannheim

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Op. 17
Zehn Lieder
Ten Songs

Date: 1863?

Songs:
1. Von den Rosen komm' ich (From the roses come I); text by Emmanuel von Geibel (1815-1884)
, after the Spanish song "Dal rosal vengo, mi madre"
2. Carmosenella (Carmosenella); F major;
text by Paul Heyse (1830-1914), from the Italian
3. Verlassen (Forsaken);
text by Emanuel von Geibel (1815-1884), from the Spanish (Sola me dejaste)
4. Parte la nave (Outward Bound);
text by Paul Heyse (1830-1914), from the Italian
5. Tannhäuser (Tannhauser);
text by Hermann von Lingg (1820-1905)
6. Der junge Invalide (The Sick Recruit);
text by Hermann von Lingg (1820-1905)
7. Klosterlied (Cloister-Song);
text by Hermann von Lingg (1820-1905)
8.
9.
10.

First Edition: Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, [1863?]
Edition (Songs 1-7), 1992: Huntsville, Texas: Recital Publications (Ed. No. 346)

Sources: Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, Carl von Ossietzky. Musiksammlung. Manuscript. M B/1197. 32.5 x 24.5 cm

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Op. 18
Vier Lieder
Four Songs
Baritone and Piano

Date: 1863?
Dedication: Julius Stockhausen

First Edition: Mainz, [1863?]

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Op. 19, No. 1
Römischer Triumphgesang
Roman Song of Victory
Male Chorus and Orchestra

Date: c1863

First Edition: Breslau, c1863

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Op. 20
Die Flucht der heiligen Familie
Flight into Egypt
Sacred Cantata for Chorus and Orchestra

Date: 1864?, Cologne
Text:
Josef Karl Benedikt von Eichendorff (1788-1857)

Duration: 7:41 (Philharmonischer Chor Berlin; Radio-Symphonie-Orchestrer Berlin; Uwe Gronostay, director; Koch 313 013 H1)

First Edition: Breslau, [1864?]
Edition
: Leipzig: Siegel, [between 1864 and 1899]; Plate No. 6283 Siegel; score (19 pp.); English translation by D.V. Ashton; Harvard University Loeb Music: Choral Reference
Edition (English version by Mrs. L.T. Craigin): Boston: Prüfer, 1881, 19 pp.
Edition (English version by Mrs. L.T. Craigin): Boston: O. Ditson & Co., 1881, 19 pp.

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Op. 21
Gesang der heiligen drei Könige
Song of the Three Magi
Chorus and Orchestra

Date: 1863
Text:
(Gottlob Ferdinand) Max(imilian) Gottfried von Schenkendorf (1783-1817)
Dedication: Johann Naret-Koning

First Edition: Breslau, [1864?]

Reworked in 1915: new orchestration with English horn, two additional horns, trumpets and organ, new tempo indication; never published.

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Op. 22
Fünf Lieder
Five Songs
Mixed Chorus (a capella)

First Edition: Mainz, 1911

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Op. 23
Frithjof: Scenen aus der Frithjof-Sage von Esaias Tegner
Frithjof: Scenes from the Frithjof Saga by Esaias Tegner
Secular Cantata for Men's Chorus, Solo Voices, and Orchestra

Date: 1855-1864
Text:
Esaias Tegnér (1782-1846)

First performance: 20 November 1864, Aachen

First Edition: Breslau, 1864
Edition
(vocal score): Leipzig: C.F.W. Siegel Musikalienhandlung, [1876?]; Plate No. 5397; "In die Edition Peters aufgenommen"; score (67 pp.); reprinted by Edition Peters (1131); University of Chicago M1540.B881F9
Edition (vocal score): New York: G. Schirmer; score (88 pp.); OCLC#18791654; LC No. 1533.B8 F8

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Op. 24
Schön Ellen
Fair Ellen
Ballade for Soprano and Baritone Soloists, Mixed Chorus, and Orchestra

First Edition: Bremen, 1867

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Op. 25
Salamis: Ein Krieggesang des Griechen
Salamis: A War Song of the Greeks
Four Male Soloists, Men's Chorus and Orchestra

First Edition: Breslau, [1868?]

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WoO
Zwölf schottische Volkslieder
Twelve Scottish Folksongs

Date: 1863

Songs:
1. Marion "Willst deu gehn zu den Schafen?" ("Will ye go to the ew-bughts?")
2. Johnie und Jenny (Jocky and Jeany)
3. Mary's Traum (Mary's Dream)
4. Der Hochzeittag (The Wedding-Day)
5. Lord Gregory "Oh, open the door, Lord Gregory"
6. O, sahst du den Vater (O, saw ye my father?)
7. Der alte Rob Morris (Auld Rob Morris)
8. Hey tutti taiti (Landlady, count the lawin!)
9. Bei den rothen Rosen (The beds of sweet roses)
10. Hochlandsknabe (Highland laddie)
11. Ruhelos, rastlos (Here awa, there awa)
12. Gieb, Liebster, ein Zeichen (O whistle, an' I'll come ta you)

First Edition: Breslau: Leuckart, 1864
Edition
, 1992: Huntsville, Texas: Recital Publications (Ed. No. 346), German, English

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Op. 26
Konzert Nr. 1 G-moll für Violine und Orchester
Concerto No. 1 in G Minor for Violin and Orchestra

Date: begun summer 1864; completed 22 October 1867, Sonderhausen

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, timp, str
Timing: 26 minutes

Three Movements:
1. Vorspiel (Allegro moderato)
2. Adagio
3. Finale (Allegro energico)

Sources: autograph full score (Pierpont Morgan Library, New York); autograph piano score of the second movement (Bayerische Staatsbibliothek München)

First Edition: Wiesbaden: August Cranz, 1868

Edition (Urtext, full score and parts): N. Simrock, London-Hamburg, 1994; edited by Thomas Wood
Edition (Urtext, violin and piano): N. Simrock, London-Hamburg, 1994; edited by Thomas Wood; Elite Edition 4021; critical edition; includes editorial and critical notes in English and German by Thomas Wood; new piano reduction by Thomas Wood; score (44 pp.), part (12 pp.); Plate Nos. 4021 N. Simrock; OCLC#30558320

Edition (violin only): Neptune, N.J.: Paganiniana Publications, c1976; 14 pp.; OCLC#2864156; LC No. M1012.B78 op.26
Edition (violin/piano): New York: International Music, c1962; edited by Zino Franscescatti; score (31 pp.), part (12 pp.); OCLC#9293835
Edition (violin/piano): Frankfurt, New York: C.F. Peters, c1951; edited by Yehudi Menuhin; Plate Nos. 11067, 5803; score (35 pp.), part (12 pp.); OCLC#18111740; LC No. M1013.B78 op.26, 1951
Edition (violin/piano): New York, London: C.F. Peters, [19--]; "revision nach Angaben vom Komponisten"; score (35 pp.), part; Plate Nos. 11067 C.F. Peters, 5803 C.F. Peters, 1494 C. F. Peters; Edition Peters No. 1494; OCLC#3267587; LC No. M1013.B887 C1
Edition (piano/violin): Frankfurt: C.F. Peters, [c1949]; edited by Wilhelm Stross; piano reduction by Kurt Soldan; Edition Peters 4590; Plate Nos. 4590 Edition Peters, 11598 Peters; OCLC#25732244
Edition (violin/piano): New York: International Music, [c1947]; edited by Joseph Joachim (1831-1907); score (35 pp.), part; OCLC#3057128; LC No. M1013.B87 op.26 1947
Edition (violin/piano): New York: G Schirmer, c1928; edited and fingered by Henry Schradieck (1846-1918); Plate Nos. 15122 G. Schirmer, 217 G. Schirmer; score (35 pp.), part; OCLC#4814003; LC No. M1013.B87 op.26, S2, 1928
Edition (violin/piano): New York: Carl Fischer, c1921; edited by Leopold Auer (1845-1930); Carl Fischer's music library no. 873; score (32 pp.), part (12 pp.); Plate No. 6863-42 C. Fischer; OCLC#5973964; LC No. M1013.B87 op.26 F6
Edition (violin/piano): New York: Carl Fischer, c1903; Carl Fischer's music library no. 312; Plate No. 6863-42-R Carl Fischer; score (32 pp.), part (12 pp.); OCLC#34619975; LC No. M1013.B88 op. 26, A8
Edition (violin/piano): New York: G Schirmer, c1900; edited and fingered by Henry Schradieck (1846-1918); Plate Nos. 15122 G. Schirmer, 217 G. Schirmer; score (35 pp.), part; OCLC#9378621; LC No. M1013.B87 op.26, .S2
Edition (violin/piano): Boca Raton: MMB; score (20 pp.); OCLC#zos4ug b5198623
Edition (full score): New York: E.F. Kalmus, [19--]; 120 pp.; OCLC#6334633
Edition (violin/piano): [S.I.]: Kalmus; Miami, Fla.: Belwin Inc., [19--]; score (35 pp.), part (12 pp.); OCLC#23596078; LC No. M223.B798 op.26
Edition (miniature score): New York: E.F. Kalmus (270), [19--]; 98 pp.; OCLC#5703068
Edition (miniature score): London: Ernst Eulenburg, [n.d.]; 98 pp.; Edition Eulenburg No. 714; copyright by C.F. Peters (Leipzig) and incorporated in the Eulenburg Edition by permission; Plate Nos. E.E. 6029 Eulenburg, 714 Eulenburg; OCLC#950829
Edition (violin and piano): Leipzig : C.F. W. Siegels Musikalienhandlung, [19--?]; Plate Nos. 5803, 2212; score (35 pp.), part (12 pp.); Breitkopf & Härtels Volksausgabe no. 2212; Klavier-Auszug vom Komponisten; OCLC#30659886; LC No. M1013.B887 op.26
Edition (violin/piano): Leipzig: C.F.W. Siegel, [19--]; Edition Peters 1494; Plate Nos. 5803 C.F.W. Siegel, 1494 C.F.W. Siegel; score (35 pp.), part; OCLC#21132240

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Op. 27
Frithjof auf seines Vaters Grabhügel
Frithjof on the Mound of His Father's Grave
Choral w/ accomp.

First Edition: Leipzig, 1870

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Op. 28
Symphony No. 1 in E-flat Major

Date/Place: begun in Coblenz, completed in Sonderhausen
Dedication: Johannes Brahms

First Performance: Sonderhausen; 26 July 1868; Max Bruch, director

Four movements:
1. Allegro maestoso
2. Scherzo (Presto)
3. Quasi fantasia (Grave)
4. Finale (Allegro guerriero)

First Edition: Bremen: Cranz, 1870, 214 pp.

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Op. 29
Rorate coeli
Chorus and Orchestra

Date: begun 1863 in Mannheim
Dedication: Rudolf von Beckerath
Text: translation by Karl Simrock of the Latin text of the Introit to the Mass for the fourth Sunday of Advent

First Performance: 22 February 1869 in Crefeld, directed by Bruch

Musical Disposition: one movement

First Edition: Leipzig, 1870

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Op. 30
Die Priesterin der Isis in Rom
The Priestess of Isis in Rome
Cantata for Alto Solo and Orchestra

Date: before 1870
Dedication: Amalie Joachim
Text: Hermann Lingg (1820-1905)

Manuscript Sources: autograph MS in Österreichische Nationalbibliothek Wien

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Op. 31, No. 1
Die Flucht nach Aegypten
The Flight into Egypt
Soprano Solo, Women's Chorus and Orchestra

Date: 1869, Igeler Hof
Dedication: Mathilde Bruch (sister)
Text: Robert Reinick (1805-1852)

First Edition: Leipzig, 1870
Edition
(piano/vocal score): Leipzig: F. Kistner, [1860-]; 17 pp.; University of Chicago M2034.B881F65

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Op. 31, No. 2
Morgenstunde
Soprano Solo, Women's Chorus and Orchestra

Date: 1869, Igeler Hof
Dedication: Mathilde Bruch (sister)
Text: Hermann Lingg (1820-1905)

First Edition: Leipzig, 1870

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Op. 32
Normannenzug
Baritone Solo, Men's Chorus (TB) and Orchestra

Date: 1869, Igeler Hof
Text: Ekkehard by
Joseph Viktor von Scheffel (1826-1886)

First Edition: Leipzig, 1870

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Op. 33
Vier Lieder
Four Songs
Baritone and Piano

Date: 1869, Igeler Hof
Texts:
Joseph Viktor von Scheffel (1826-1886)

Four Songs:
1. Biterolf im Lager vor Akkon (Biterolf in the Camp Before Akkon);
text by Joseph Viktor von Scheffel (1826-1886)
2. Altdeutscher Herbstreigen (Old German Harvest Dance);
text by Joseph Viktor von Scheffel (1826-1886)
3. Dein gedenk' ich, Margaretha (Then I think of Margareta);
text by Joseph Viktor von Scheffel (1826-1886)
4. Lind duftig hät die Maiennacht (The Sweet May Night);
text by Joseph Viktor von Scheffel (1826-1886)

First Edition: Bremen, 1870
Edition
, 1992: Huntsville, Texas: Recital Publications (Ed. No. 346), German, English

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Op. 34
Römischer Leichenfeier
Roman Funeral Rites
Secular Cantata for Chorus and Orchestra

Date: begun 1863/64 in Mannheim; completed April 1869
Dedication: Philipp Spitta

First Edition: Leipzig: 1870

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Op. 35
Messensätze: Kyrie, Sanctus und Agnus Dei
Mass Movements: Kyrie, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei
Missa Brevis in Concert Form for Two Sopranos, Choir (SSAATTBB) and Orchestra

Date: Kyrie, 1859, Bonn; Sanctus, 1860, Cologne; completed 1869

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, org, str
Timing: 29 minutes
Language: Latin

First Performance: 9 May 1880 in Berlin, conducted by Philipp Spitta
Dedication: Princess Elisabeth von Schwarzburg-Sonderhausen; and to the memory of Katherina Theresia Neissen (d. 1859)

First Edition: Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1869, Plate No. 12037, 33 pp.

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Op. 36
Symphony No. 2 in F Minor

Date
: completed summer 1870
Dedication: Joseph Joachim
First Performance: 4 September 1870

Three movements:
1. Allegro passionato, ma un poco maestoso
2. Adagio ma non troppo
3. Allegro molto tranquillo

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 1 tpt, 3 trb, timp, str
Timing: 38 minutes

First Edition: Berlin, 1870
Edition
(rental): N. Simrock

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Op. 37
Das Lied vom deutschen Kaiser
Secular Choral without Soloists
SATB with Orchestra

Date: 1870
Text:
Emanuel von Geibel (1815-1884)

First Edition: Bremen, 1871

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Op. 38, Nos. 1-5
Fünf Lieder
Five Lieder
Unaccompanied Mixed Chorus

Five Songs:
1. Waldpsalm (The Wood); text by
Joseph Viktor von Scheffel (1826-1886); worked on in 1869 at Igeler Hof
2. Der Wald von Traquair; Scottish folksong
3. Tannhäuser; text by
Hermann von Lingg (1820-1905)
4. Rheinsage; text by
Emanuel von Geibel (1815-1884)
5. Feierliches Tafellied; text by
Friedrich von Schiller (1759-1805)

First Edition: Berlin, 1871?
Edition
(score): N. Simrock (V169)
Edition (part): N. Simrock (V169a)

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Op. 39
Dithyrambe
Secular Choral with Solo Voices
Tenor Solo, Six-Part Choir, and Orchestra

Date:

Text: Friedrich von Schiller (1759-1805)
Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, timp, str
Timing: 16 minutes

First Edition: Berlin, [1871?]
Edition
(score and parts, German only), 1874: N. Simrock

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Op. 40
Hermione
Opera in four acts after Shakespeare's Winter's Tale on a libretto by Emil Hopffer

Date: 1870
First Performance: 21 March 1872, Hofoper Berlin

Manuscript Sources: autograph MS in Österreichische Nationalbibliothek Wien

First Edition: Berlin: N. Simrock, [1872]; Plate No. 7142 N. Simrock; score (188 pp.); Harvard University Loeb Music "Mus 632.5.631"

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Op. 41
Odysseus
Secular Oratorio for Chorus, Soloists, and Orchestra
Solo Voices, SATB, Orchestra

Date: 1871, Igeler Hof
Dedication: dedicated to the Sing-Academie in Bremen, Dichtung von Wilh[elm] Paul Graff

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, harp, str
Timing: 120 minutes

Musical Disposition:

 

Manuscript Sources: autograph MS in Österreichische Nationalbibliothek Wien

First Edition: Berlin, 1872
Edition, two pianos, voices, and chorus, 1872: N. Simrock, Berlin (German, English translation by Natalie Macfarren)

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Op. 42
Romance in A Minor for Violin and Orchestra

Date
: completed 11 February 1874
Dedication: Robert Heckmann

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, timp, str
Timing: 12 minutes

Manuscript Sources: autograph MS in Library of Congress

First Edition: Berlin, 1874
Edition
(violin and piano): N. Simrock (Elite Edition 3475)

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Op. 43
Arminius
Secular Oratorio for Soloists, Choir and Orchestra
Solo Voices, SATB, Orchestra

Date: 1875; subsequently revised with first performance of revisions given on 21 January 1877 in Zürich
Text: Friedrich Hellmuth (aka J. Küppers) on the life of Jacobus Arminius (1560-1609)
First Performance: Barmen; 4 December 1875; Max Bruch, conductor

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, org, str
Timing: 90 minutes

Edition (score and parts): N. Simrock
Edition (Piano/Vocal): Boston : White, Smith [188-?] with German text by Adam Josef Cüppers (1850-1936) and translated into English by Natalia Macfarren (ca. 1827-1916); 168 pp.; Plate Nos. 5012+164; OCLC#14952852
Edition (Piano/Vocal): Boston : White, Smith [between 1877 and 1899] with German text by Adam Josef Cüppers and translated into English by Natalia Macfarren; 168 pp.; Plate Nos. 5012+164; OCLC#21132205; LC No. M2003.B78 A7 Natalia Macfarren; 174 pp.; OCLC#7503318; LC No. M2003.B88 A85 1900z
Edition (Piano/Vocal): New York: G. Schirmer [n.d.] with German text by Adam Josef Cüppers; 174 pp.; OCLC#1248903

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Op. 44
Konzert Nr. 2 D-moll für Violine und Orchester
Concerto No. 2 in D Minor for Violin and Orchestra

Date: c1878

Three movements:
1. Adagio ma non troppo
2. Recitativo (Allegro moderato) [attacca]
3. Finale (Allegro molto)

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, timp, str
Timing: 27 minutes

First Edition: Berlin, 1878
Edition
(violin/piano): Berlin: N. Simrock, [1878?]; Plate No. 8015 N. Simrock; score (37 pp.), part (13 pp.); OCLC#9116088
Edition (violin/piano): Berlin: N. Simrock, [1878?]; Plate No. N. Simrock Simrock Volks-Ausgabe No. 46, N. Simrock No. 46, N. Simrock 8015; score (37 pp.); OCLC#20468921; LC No. M1013.B78 op.44
Edition (violin/piano): Berlin: N. Simrock, c1901; publisher's advertisement (printed on cover) includes Bruch's op. 75 which was first published in 1901; Plate No. 8015 N. Simrock; score (37 pp.), part (13 pp.); OCLC#21463156; LC No. M1013.B88 no.2, op.44, 1900z
Edition (violin/piano): London-Hamburg: N. Simrock, [19--]; Elite Edition No. 922; score (37 pp.), part (13 pp.); Plate No. 8015 Simrock; OCLC#12734634
Edition, full score and parts: N. Simrock
Edition (violin/piano): New York: Carl Fischer, [198-?], c1919; edited by Leopold Auer (1845-1930); Carl Fischer's Music Library No. 853; score (39 pp.), part (15 pp.); Plate Nos. 21258-52 C. Fischer, L853 C. Fischer; OCLC#25925994
Edition (violin/piano): New York: Carl Fischer, c1919; edited by Leopold Auer (1845-1930); Carl Fischer's Music Library No. 853; score (39 pp.), part; Plate No. 21258-52 Carl Fischer; OCLC#504059
Edition (violin/piano): London-Hamburg: N. Simrock (Elite Edition 0922); Plate No. 8015

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Op. 45
Das Lied von der Glocke
The Song of the Bell
Secular Cantata for Four Vocal Soloists, SATB, Organ, and Orchestra

Date: 1877, Igeler Hof
Dedication: Friedrich von Schiller (posthumous)
First Performance: 26 August 1879 at Birmingham, England

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, perc, org, str
Timing: 90 minutes

Text: Friedrich von Schiller (1759-1805)

Musical Disposition: 2 parts, 27 numbers

Manuscript Sources: autograph MS in Österreichische Nationalbibliothek Wien

First Edition: Berlin, 1879
Edition
(score and parts): N. Simrock
Edition (vocal score): [Hamburg]: N. Simrock, [1988?]; reprint of original edition published in 1879; German words with English translation by Natalia Macfarren; score (160 pp.); Plate Nos. 8088 N. Simrock, EE5173 N. SImrock; OCLC#21891730
Edition (vocal score): New York: G. Schirmer, [195-?]; score (160 pp.); Plate No. 13686; OCLC#4674749; LC No. M1533.B88 L5

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Op. 46
Schottische Fantasie für Violine und Orchester
Scottish Fantasy for Violin and Orchestra

Date: 1880
Dedication
: Pablo de Sarasate

Orchestration
: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, perc, harp, str
Timing: 32 minutes (Salvatore Accardo)

First Edition: Berlin 1880
Edition
(violin and piano): N. Simrock (Elite Edition 1017)
Edition (score and parts): N. Simrock (rental)
Edition, c1916 (violin and piano): New York: Carl Fischer (Carl Fischer's music library no. 784; edited by Theodore Spiering, Pl. no.: 19159-48 Carl Fischer)
Edition, c1920 (violin and piano): G. Schirmer (edited by Efrem Zimbalist)
Edition, c1975: New York: International Music Co. (edited by Ivan Galamian, Pl. no. 2534)

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Op. 47
Kol Nidrei: Adagio nach hebräischen Melodien für Violoncello und Orchester
Kol Nidrei: Adagio on Hebrew Melodies for Violoncello and Orchestra

Date
: late July 1880, Igeler Hof
Dedication: Robert Hausman

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, timp, harp, str
Timing: 10:30 - 13 minutes

First Edition: Berlin, 1881
Edition
(cello and piano): N. Simrock (Elite Edition 1205)
Edition (violin and piano): N. Simrock (Elite Edition 3124)
Edition (piano solo): N. Simrock (Elite Edition 0791)

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WoO
Drei Hebräische Gesänge
Three Hebrew Songs
Chorus, Orchestra, and Organ

Date: 1880
Text: according to Lords Byron's Hebrew melodies
Dedication: Henry Rensburg
Early Performances: Liverpool; 2 November 1880, 30 November 1880

Three Songs
1. Beweinet, die geweint an Babels Strand [O Weep for Those]
2. In ihrer Schönheit wandelt sie [She Walks in Beauty]
3. Arabiens Kamele [On Jordan's Banks]

Manuscript: orchestrated version (dated 1880) in Liverpool Public Library

First Edition (full score in German and English): Breitkopf & Härtel (Leipzig), 1888 [Plate 17930], 18 p.

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Op. 48
Vier Männerchöre
Four Men's Choruses
Men's Chorus (TTTBBB) A Capella

Date: after November 1880 (followd theThree Hebrew Songs), no later than 1881 (date of publication)

Four Choruses:
1. Morgenständchen
2. Trinklied
3. Friede den Schlummernden
4. Media vita, Schlachtgesang der Mönche; text by
Victor von Scheffel

First Edition: Berlin: N. Simrock, 1881, 30 pp.
Edition: Berlin: N. Simrock, n.d., Plate No. 8229, 30 pp.
Edition (Chorus 1-2, score/part, German only): N. Simrock (V113/a, V114/a)

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WoO (unpublished)
Mindener Fantasie
Piano Four Hands
Small Orchestra

Date: 1881
Backround: composed for the marriage of Margaretha Zanders. The work was set in two versions: (1) for small orchestra, (2) for two pianos

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Op. 49
Lieder und Gesänge

Date: before 2 January 1882
Dedication: Clara Bruch

Seven Songs in Two Volumes:
1. Lied des Rugentino;
text by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832), Lied des Rugantino aus Claudine von Villabella
2. Der Einsiedler (The Hermit); text by
Josef Karl Benedikt von Eichendorff (1788-1857)
3. Ungarisch; folksong
4. Serenade; text by Kruse
5. Weg der Liebe; from the English by Herder
6. Weg der Liebe
7. Kleonike's letzer Wille; text by Kruse

First Edition: Berlin, 1882

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WoO (unpublished)
Das Lied der Deutschen in Oesterreich

Date
: February 1882
Background: sketched for composition competition in Vienna but rejected by the composer

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Op. 50
Achilleus: Dichtung nach Motiven der Ilias von Heinrich Bulthaupt
Secular Oratorio for Soloists, SATB and Orchestra

Date: 1881-1885; completed in early 1885
First Performance: 28 June 1885; Bonn Music Festival; Max Bruch, conductor

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 3 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, perc, harp, str
Timing:

Text: English text by Mrs. John P. Morgan on themes from the Ilias by Heinrich Bulthaupt (1849-1905)

Manuscript Sources: autograph MS in Österreichische Nationalbibliothek Wien

First Edition (vocal score): Berlin: N. Simrock, 1885; Catalog No. 8545
Edition (score and parts): N. Simrock
Edition: G. Schirmer, 1885; OCLC#5180111

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WoO
Piano Quintet in G Minor

Date
: begun 1881, completed 1886, Breslau
Dedication: Mr. A.G. Kurtz (1825-1890), Liverpool

First Edition: Bad Schwalbach: Edition Gravis, 1988

Sources: Deutsche Staatsbibliothek, Berlin (Mus. ms. M. Bruch 3)

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Op. 51
Symphony No. 3 in E Major

Date: 1887

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 3 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, str
Timing: 36 minutes

Four movements:
1. Andante sostenuto - Allegro molto vivace - Adagio ma non troppo - Allegro molto
2. Adagio (Adagio ma non troppo)
3. Scherzo (Vivace); composed in late July 1880
4. Finale (Allegro ma non troppo)

Click here for extensive program notes.

First Edition: Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1887, Plate No. 17661, 161 pp.

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WoO (unpublished)
Wächterlied in der Neujahrsnacht
Song of Vigil

Date
: 1888
Background: composed on the occasion of the death of Kaiser Wilhelm I on 9 March 1888

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Op. 52
Das Feuerkreuz
The Fiery Cross
Dramatic Cantata on an incident in Sir Walter Scott's "Lady of the Lake" for Soloists, Choir and Orchestra (with organ, ad lib.)

Date: 1888, Igeler Hof
Text
: Heinrich Bulthaupt (1849-1905); English version by Henry G. Chapman

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 3 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, perc, harp, (org), str

Manuscript Sources: autograph MS in Österreichische Nationalbibliothek Wien

First Edition: Berlin, 1889
Edition
(score and parts): N. Simrock
Edition (vocal score): New York: G. Schirmer, c1903; edited by Frank Damrosch; English version by Henry G. Chapman; vocal score (135 pp.); OCLC#1231148; NSSR Mannes Music 782.8 B
Edition: New York: G. Schirmer, c1931; edited by Frank Damrosch
Edition (soprano scene): Hamburg: N. Simrock, [n.d.]; score (11 pp.); OCLC#845837; LC No. M1533.B883 A9 op.52

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Op. 53
Zwei Männerchöre
Two Men's Choruses
Accompanied Male Chorus

Date: c1890

First Edition: Berlin, 1890

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Op. 54
Siechentrost Lieder
Solace in Affliction
Lieder und Gesänge (ein- und mehrstimige) aus Paul Heyse's Erzählung

Date: c1891

Siechentrost mit Begleitung von Klavier und Sologeige
Characters: Bass, Siechentrost (Baritone), Gerhard (Tenor)
Facts of Composition: Paul Heyse in Verehrung zugeeignet
Musical Disposition:

All five musical sections are scored for voices, solo violin, and piano.

First Edition: Leipzig, 1891
Edition
, 1986: Huntsville, Texas: Recital Publications (reprint edition, German, English version by Mrs. John P. Morgan)

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Op. 55
Canzone B-dur für Cello und Orchester
Canzone in B-flat Major for Violoncello and Orchestra

Date: c1891

Timing: 7:00 - 8:30

First Edition: Leipzig, 1891
Edition
(cello and piano): Wiesbaden: Breitkopf & Härtel (8072), [1980]; score (11 pp.), part (3 pp.); OCLC#8130199; LC No. M1017.B782 op. 55
Edition (cello and piano): Miami Lakes, Fla.: Masters Music (M1121), [198-]; score (11 pp.), part (3 p.); OCLC#19033443

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Op. 56
Adagio nach keltischen Melodien für Violoncell mit Begleitung des Orchesters
Adagio on Celtic Themes for Cello and Orchestra

Date: c1891
Dedication: "Herrn J. Rensburg"

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 2 hn, 2 tpt, str
Timing: 8 minutes

One movement:
1. Adagio ma non troppo lento

First Edition: Berlin: N. Simrock, 1891
Edition (cello and piano): Hamburg: N. Simrock (Elite Edition 5167), 1987 [c1930]; score (8 p.), part (3 p.); Plate No. 9478; OCLC#21451248
Edition (full score): Edwin F. Kalmus, 1986, reprint of Berlin: N. Simrock, 1891; Kalmus No. A 6106; OCLC#14972335; 31 pp.

Adagio nach keltischen Melodien für Violone mit Begleitung des Pianoforte
Adagio on Celtic Themes for Violin and Piano

Arrangement of original work for violoncello and orchestra

Edition (violin and piano): Berlin: N. Simrock, 1891, 11 pp., Plate No. 9497, NUC56: sVM 223 B 88a

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Op. 57
Adagio appassionato für Violine und Orchester
Adagio appassionato for Violin and Orchestra

Date: 1890, Breslau, composed for Bruch's farewell concert in Breslau

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, timp, str
Timing: 10 minutes

One movement:
1. Adagio

Manuscript Sources: autograph MS in Österreichische Nationalbibliothek Wien

First Edition (violin and piano): Berlin: N. Simrock, 1891
Edition (violin and piano): London-Hamburg: N. Simrock (Elite Edition 5162), c1985, Plate No. 9314 (piano), 5162 (violin); piano (11 pp.), violin (3 pp.); OCLC#18438457
Edition (score and parts): N. Simrock (rental)

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Op. 58
Konzerte Nr. 3 D-moll für Violine und Orchester
Concerto No. 3 in D Minor for Violin and Orchestra

Date: c1891

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, timp, str
Timing: 38 minutes

Three movements:
1. Allegro energico
2. Adagio
3. Finale (Allegro Molto)

First Edition: Berlin, 1891
Edition
(original piano reduction): N. Simrock (Elite Edition 5164), 1891
Edition (violin/piano): Hamburg: N. Simrock, c1981; Elite Edition 5164; Plate Nos. 9545 N. Simrock, 5164 N. Simrock; score (55 pp.), part (23 pp.); OCLC#20599911
Edition (full score): New York: E.F. Kalmus, [1976?]; score (152 pp.); OCLC#3715850; LC No. M1012.B78 op.58

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Op. 59, Nos. 1-5
Fünf Lieder für Baryton
Five Songs for Baritone
Baritone and Piano

Date: completed in Liverpool, 1880-1883, and later reworked in 1891

Five Songs:
1. Um Mitternacht (At Midnight);
text by Eduard Mörike (1804-1875)
2. Kophtisches Lied (Coptic Song);
text by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832)
3. Zweites Kophtisches Lied (Second Coptic Song);
text by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832)
4. Die Auswanderer I: Flucht (The Emigrants I: Flight);
text by Karl Stieler (1842-1885)
5. Die Auswanderer II: Heimatbild (The Emigrants II: Home-Scene);
text by Karl Stieler (1842-1885)

First Edition: Brussels: Schott, 1892
Edition: Huntsville, Texas: Recital Publications, 1983; German, English versions of all songs by Nathan Haskell Dole; edited by Walter Charles Foster; University of Chicago M1621.B881L8

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Op. 60, Nos. 1-9
Neun Lieder
Nine Songs
Unaccompanied Mixed Chorus

Date: c1891

Nine Songs:
1. In der Christnacht; text by
Kaspar Friedrich Nachtenhöfer available edition | available edition
2. Sommerlied
3. Der Mutter Klage
4. Gebet; text by Eduard Mörike available edition
5. Ausreise zum Turnier
6. Weit, weit aus ferner
7. Nachruf an Walter von Vogelweide
8. Weichnachstliedchen (Little Christmas Song); text by Karl Simrock available edition
9. Palmsonntagmorgen (Palm Sunday Morning); text by Emanel Geibel available edition

First Edition: Magdeburg: Heinrichshofen, 1891

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Op. 61
Ave Maria für Violoncello (oder Violin) und Orchester

Date: 1892

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, timp, str
Timing: 10 minutes

Single movement:
1. Adagio ma non troppo. Andante con molto di moto. Recitative. Allegro moderato quasi Recitative. Andante con molto di moto. Quasi Recitative. Adagio

Facts of Composition: transcription by Bruch of a soprano scene from Bruch's dramatic cantata "Das Feuerkreuz" ("The Fiery Cross") which had earlier been published separately as "Ave Maria", Op. 52, No. 6. The version for cello and orchestra is a perfect fourth lower.

First Edition: Berlin: N. Simrock, 1892
Edition: Berlin: N. Simrock, 1892?, 26 pp., NUC56: VM1016 B88a
Edition (cello and piano): Hamburg-London: N. Simrock (Elite Edition 5166), [1987], c1892; score (10 pp.), part (3 p.); Plate No. 9688.10355 (score), 9689.9688 (part); OCLC#25698729

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Op. 62
Gruss an die heilige Nacht
Salute to Christmas
Weihnachts-Hymne Gedicht von Robert Prutz für Alt-Solo, Chor, Orchester und Orgel
Christmas Hymn on a Poem by Robert Prutz for Contr'alto Solo, Chorus, Orchestra, and Organ

Date: 1892
Text: poetry by Robert Eduard Prutz (1816-1872)
Dedication: Clara Bruch (wife)
First Performance: Berlin; 16 January 1893; Berlin Philharmonic Chorus; Clara Burch, soloist; Max Bruch, conductor

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, cymbals, str
Timing: 17:21 (Philharmonischer Chor Berlin; Radio-Symphonie-Orchestrer Berlin; Uwe Gronostay, director; Koch 313 013 H1)

Manuscript Sources: autograph MS in Österreichische Nationalbibliothek Wien

First Edition (score and parts): Berlin: Simrock, 1892
Edition (full score): Huntsville, Texas: Recital Publications, 1995; Edition No. 574; "Reprinted from the 1892 edition of N. Simrock, Berlin"; German, English version by Mrs. John P. Morgan; score (47 pp.); OCLC#35710966; LC No. M2020.B77 op.62, 1995

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Op. 63, No. 1
Schwedische Tanze
Swedish Dances (First Series)
Violin and Piano

Date: 1892
Timing: 14 minutes

First Edition: Berlin, 1892
Edition
(full score and parts, rental): N. Simrock
Edition (violin and piano): N. Simrock (Elite Edition 3110)

Op. 63, No. 2
Schwedische Tanze
Swedish Dances (Second Series)
Violin and Orchestra

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, perc, str
Timing: 15:00 - 16:06

Dances:
8. Sehr mässig [3/4, Q=76, F minor, attacca]
9. Lebhaft [3/4, Q=116, F major, attacca]
10. Frisch nicht zu schnell [3/4, Q=112, D major, attacca]
11. Sehr mässig [3/4, Q=84, B minor, attacca]
12. Langsam, nicht schleppend [3/4, Q=69, G major, attacca]
13. Sehr mässig [2/4, Q=88, C major]. Schnell [2/4, Q=112, C major, attacca]
14. Gehend, ruhig bewegt [2/4, Q=84, A minor, attacca]
15. Sehr mässig [3/4, Q=96, D minor]

Arrangement also for piano two hands
Arrangement also for piano four hands
Arrangement also for military band
Arrangement also for orchestra

Edition (full score and parts, rental): N. Simrock
Edition (violin and piano): N. Simrock (Elite Edition 3111)
Edition (violin and piano): Hamburg: A.J. Benjamin
Edition (arr. piano): Boca Raton, Fla.: Well-Tempered Press,[19--] ; distributed exclusively by Masters Music Publications; 20 pp.

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Op. 64
Hymne
Festive cantata for Solo Voices, SATB, Organ, and Orchestra

Date: completed 1892
Text: Bible
First Performance: 17 January 1892, Berlin, Königliche Akademie
Background: Commissioned for the Kaiser's birthday in 1892

First Edition (piano score with English version by Mrs. John P. Morgan): Magdeburg: Heinrichshofen, 1893, 27 pp.

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Op. 65
In Memoriam for Violin and Orchestra

Date: 1893

First Edition (score and violin part): Berlin, N. Simrock, 1893, 31 pp., Plate No. 9476
Edition (violin/piano): Berlin, N. Simrock, 1893
Edition (violin/piano): Hamburg: N. Simrock, c1893; Elite Edition 5163; score (12 pp.), part (7 pp.); Plate Nos. 9995 N. Simrock, 5163 N. Simrock; OCLC#19544779
Edition (violin/piano): Hamburg: N. Simrock (Elite Edition 5163), c1987, Plate No. 9995

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Op. 66
Leonidas
Oratorio for Baritone Solo, Male Choir and Orchestra

Date: 1893
First Performance: Vienna, Wiener Männergesangverein (for 50th anniversary), October 1893

Orchestration: 3 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 3 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, str
Timing: 24-25 minutes

Manuscript Sources: autograph MS in Österreichische Nationalbibliothek Wien

First Edition (score and parts): Berlin: N. Simrock, 1894

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Op. 67
Moses
Ein biblisches Oratorium für Chor, Solostimmen, Orchester und Harfe
A Biblical Oratorio for Chorus, Solo Voices, Orchestra, and Harp

Date: begun early 1894, completed 1895
Text: Ludwig Spitta
First Performance: 19 January 1895, Bremen; Max Bruch, conductor

Soloists: Angel of the Lord (soprano), Aaron (tenor), Moses (bass)
Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 3 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, perc, harp, org, str
Timing: 2 hours

Musical Disposition:

Part I, Scene 1: Am Sinai (On Sinai)

Part I, Scene 2: Das goldene Kalb (The golden Calf)

Part II, Scene 3: Die Rückkehr der Kundschafter aus Kanaan (The Return of the Spies from Canaan)

Part II, Scene 4: Das Land der Verheissung (The Promised Land)

First Edition, Piano/Vocal, 1895: Simrock, Berlin (German, English version by Paul England)
Edition,1986, vocal score: N. Simrock [Pl. no.: 10377]
Edition (score and parts): N. Simrock
Edition, 1998?: Greenville (new English translation by Bingham Vick, Jr.)

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Op. 68, Nos. 1-3
Neue Männerchöre
New Male Choruses

Date
: 1896

No. 1: Seeräuberlied (Pirate Song)
Text
: Drama "Die Gräfin" von Heinrich Kruse
Backround: Composed for the Arion Society in New York

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, timp, perc, str
Timing: 6 minutes
Edition: N. Simrock

No. 2: Psalm 23
Orchestration
: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, (org), str
Timing: 5 minutes
Edition: N. Simrock

No. 3: Krieggesang (War Song)
Text
: aus "Des Epidmenides Erwachen" von Goethe
Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, timp, str
Timing: 6 minutes

First Edition: Berlin: N. Simrock, 1896

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Op. 69
Sei getreu bis in den Tod
Be Thou Faithful Unto Death
SSATB and Organ

Date: 1896 (originally composed in 1885 for Krause's 50th anniversary in Barmen)

Timing: 5 minutes

First Edition: Berlin: N. Simrock, 1896

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Op. 70, Nos. 1-4
Four Pieces for Violoncello and Piano

Date: late summer 1896
Dedication: Robert Hausmann (1852-1909)

Pieces:
1. Aria: Adagio ma non troppo
2. Finnländisch: Andante con moto
3. Tanz (Schwedisch)/Dance (Swedish): Allegro moderato
4. Schottisch: Andante

Timings: 4 minutes, 4 minutes, 4 minutes, 3 minutes
Facts of Composition: Metronome markings by composer.

First Edition (cello and piano), 1896: N. Simrock, Berlin
Edition (cello and piano): N. Simrock (Elite Edition 5168)

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Op. 71, Nos. 1-7
Sieben Gesänge
Seven Songs
SATB

Date: 1897

1. Sommerlust im Walde (Summer Delights in the Woods); four parts; anonymous text
2. Der fröliche Musicus (The happy musician); four parts;
text from Des Knaben Wunderhorn
3. An die Musik (To music); four parts; anonymous text
4. Narrenfahrt (A parcel of fools); four parts; anonymous text
5. Musicaklang (The sound of music); six parts; anonymous text
6. Lenz komm herbei! (Spring come again); four parts; anonymous text
7. Morgengesang (Morning song); six parts; anonymous text

First Edition: Magdeburg: Heinrichshofen, 1897


Sommerlust im Walde
Einstmals ging ich spazieren
durch einen grünen Wald,
da hört' ich jubilieren
die Vöglein jung und alt,
doch tät mir wohl gefallen
die Nachtigall vor allen.
Fa la la, Fa la la la la!

Ob auch all' Vöglein sungen
gar lieblich mit Stimmen all',
das weit es hat erklungen
wohl über Berg und Tal,
doch tät mir wohl gefallen
die Nachtigall vor allen.
Fa la la, Fa la la la la!

 

Der fröliche Musicus
Ein [Musikant]* wollt fröhlich sein,
[Es]+ tät ihm wohl gelingen,
Er saß bei einem guten Wein,
Da wollt er lustig singen,
[Bekannt ist weit und breit der Wein,
Gewachsen hin und her am Rhein,]**
Macht sittlich modulieren,
[Tut]++ manchen oft verführen.

Davon setzt er ein Liedlein klein,
Das tät er wohl betrachten,
Und mischet gute Fugen ein,
Niemand [konnt's]*+ ihm verachten.
Er dacht in dem Gemüte sein,
Ei wären tausend Kronen mein
Und alle Jahr ein Fuder Wein,
Das könnten gute Fugen sein.
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* Bruch: "Musicus"
+ Bruch: "Das"
** Bruch: "Der Wein ist weit und breit bekannt,/ gewachsen im Würtembergschen Land"
++ Bruch: "tät"
*+ Bruch: "konnt ihm's"

 

An die Musik
Du bist ein' Gottes Gabe,
du edler Musiklang,
wenn ich dich um mich habe
wird mir die Zeit nicht lang;
kein' Kunst ist deines gleichen,
der Teufel selbst muss weichen,
wenn Davids Harfe klingt.

Die Harfe Davids klinget
jetzt und in allem Land,
so oft ein Christe singet
von Gottes mächt'ger Hand.
Fürwahr, ob solchem Schalle
wir werden fröhlich Alle;
die Musik Freude bringt.

Drum sollen wir gedenken
im Herzen oft daran,
wer uns die selbig schenken
und wieder nehmen kann,
und gegen solcher Gaben
geneigte Herzen haben,
weil Guts, aus ihr entspringt.

 Narrenfahrt
Wenn man tut zu sammen klauben
sechs Poeten mit ihren Dauben,
sechs Organisten mit ihren Mucken,
sechs Komponisten mit ihren Stücken,
und tut sie setzen auf einen Karren,
so fährt anderthalb Dutzen Narren.
Wenn bricht der Karren,
so fallen die Narren,
und obwohl ist zerbrochen der Karren,
so bleiben doch achtzehn grosse Narren!

Achtzehn grosse Narren;
so bleiben doch achtzehn grosse Narren!

 

 Musicaklang
Musicaklang,
lieblicher Gesang,
er quickt allzeit
wo Trübsal leit,
Musicaklang,
lieblicher Gesang,
und tut darin erfreuden
kein falsches Herz,
sondern bewährt's,
an dem der's meint in Treuen,
Musicaklang!

Drum komm zu mir,
ist also dir,
in Trübsal und in Traurigkeit,
drum komm zu mir,
ist also dir,
mach selber dir nit Schmerzen,
und wenn man singt,
dass lieblich klingt,
wirst freuen dich im Herzen,
Musicaklang!

 

 Lenz, komm herbei!
Lenz, komm herbei!
Nun will ich frei
ein fröhliches Leben anfangen,
weil Sommerzeit
nun ist nicht weit,
der Winter ist vergangen,
all' Feld tun jetzt und grünen,
der Lenz bringt schöne Blumen!

Gott geb' dir zwar,
dass du viel Jahr
magst Früchte und Blumen bringen,

Du edler Lenz
mit deinem Glanz,
wie Sonn' schein herthust dringen,
all' Feld tun jetzt und grünen,
der Lenz bringt schöne Blumen!

 
 Morgengesang
Fern im Ost beginnt die Sonne
ihren Welterleuchtungsgang.
Lechensang und Erntewonne
sprossen ihrer Spur entlang,
Brechet den Schlummer und säumet euch nicht
die ihr begnadigt zu wandeln im Licht!
Sorge und Not die das Herz euch beschwert
wird von dem Strahle des Frührots verzehrt.
Brechet den Schlummer und säumet euch nicht!
 

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Op. 72
In der Nacht
In the Night
Male Chorus (ATTB)

Date: 1897

Text: Tersteegen

First Edition: Heinrichshofen (Magdeburg), 1897

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WoO (unpublished)
Ach bleib mit deiner Gnade
Brass chorale

Date: 1897
Manuscript: Zanders Familien Archiv

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WoO (unpublished)
Kaiser Wilhelm-Lied

Date: 1897
First Performance: 22 March 1897, Zanders Papierfabrik
Text: Maria Zanders
Background: composed for the 100th anniversary of the birth of Kaiser Wilhelm I. Maria Zanders composed the melody which Bruch then harmonized and set for chorus.

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WoO (unpublished)
Gesänge bei der Trauung Else Tuczek und Franz von Ankert am 24 März 1897

Date: Unknown

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WoO (unpublished)
Kleine Präludium
Organ (or Harmonium)

Date: 1897 for baptism of Maria Zanders' grandchild Hildegard on 25 October 1897
Manuscript: Zander Familien Archiv

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Op. 73
Gustav Adolf
Oratorio for Alto, Tenor and Baritone Soloists, SATB, Organ, and Orchestra

Date: began April 1897, completed 1898
Libretto: by Albert Hackenberg
First Performance: 22 May 1898 in Barmen with Bruch conducting

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, perc, org, str
Timing:

Edition (score and parts): N. Simrock
Edition (vocal score): Berlin, N. Simrock, [c1898]; score (27 pp.); OCLC#9598529

Drei Lieder des Leubelfing aus Gustav Adolf
three songs extracted from the original work

Three Songs:
1. Ich habe den Schweden mit Augen gesehn
2. Der König kann nicht stille stehn
3. Es ist ein Kriegsmann, der heisst Tod

Edition: Huntsville, Texas: Recital Publications, 1998; for mezzo-soprano; German words with English translation; originally published: Berlin: N. Simrock, c1898; Plate Nos. 11155 N. Simrock, 11158 N. Simrock, 11161 N. Simrock, 747 Recital Publications; OCLC#41359777

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Op. 74
Herzog Moritz ("Warsong of the Magdeburgers against Duke Moritz of Saxony")
Unaccompanied Male Choir

Date: c1899
Poem: Karl Storch

First Edition: Magdeburg: Heinrichshofen, 1899

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Op. 75
Serenade for Violin and Orchestra

Date: completed 3 February 1900 at Igeler Hof
Dedication: none
First Performance: 15 May 1901, Paris; Joseph Débroux, violin; Camille Chevillard, conductor; Orchestre Lamoureux

Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, timp, str
Timing: 38 minutes

Four Movements:
1. Andante con moto
2. Alla marcia
3. Notturno
4. Allegro energico e vivace

First Edition (score): Berlin: N. Simrock, 1900, 143 pp.
Edition (piano/violin): Berlin: N. Simrock, 1900, 100 pp.

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Op. 76
Der letzte Abschied des Volkes
The Last Farewell of the People
Choral (male chorus, four choral soloists, organ, orchestra)

Date: completed September 1900; conceived in 1888, composed in 1900, orchestrated in September 1900 at Igeler Hof
Dedication: Cologne Male Voice Choral Society; also dedication of thanks to Richard and Anna Zanders (spring 1902)
Text: Baron von Grotthus

First Edition: Berlin: Bock, 1901

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Op. 77
There is no Op. 77 in Bruch's published output.

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Op. 78
Damanjanti: Szenen aus der indischen Dichtung "Nala und Damanjanti"
Soprano, SATB, and Orchestra

Date: 1902

Dedication: Joseph Joachim
Text: anonymous Indian poem

Orchestration: 2 fl, 3 ob, 2 cl, 3 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, perc, str
Timing: 31 minutes

First Edition (score and parts, German only): Berlin: N. Simrock, 1903

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WoO (unpublished)
Hymne

Date: October 1902
Background: composed for the inauguration of the Charlottenburg Palace in October 1902

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Op. 79
Lieder und Tänze nach russischen und schwedischen Volksmelodien
Songs and Dances on Russian and Swedish Folk Melodies
Nine short pieces for violin and piano

Date: 1903
Dedication: Joseph Débroux

Book I
1. Prisoner's Song [Russian]; second theme in the first movement reappears in the slow movement of Op. 88 as the second theme there
2. Muscik's Song [Russian]
3. Dance [Swedish]
4. Funeral March [Russian]; later arranged for military band and performed on 22 June 1909
5. Song and Dance [Russian]; later arranged for military band and performed on 22 June 1909

Book II
6. Song [Swedish]
7. Dance [Swedish]
8. Song [Ukranian]
9. Dance [Russian]

First Edition: Berlin: N. Simrock, 1903

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Op. 79b
Suite für grosses Orchester nach russischen Volksmelodien
Symphonic Suite No. 1 on Russian Folk Melodies

Date: summer 1903
First Performance: November 1903, Barmen

Four movements:
1. [based on Op. 79, No. 2]
2. [based on Op. 79, No. 5]
3. [based on Op. 79, No. 9]
4. [based on Op. 79, No. 4]

Orchestration: 3 fl, 3 ob, 2 cl, 3 bsn, 4 hn, 4 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, perc, harp, str
Timing: 18 minutes

Click here for extensive program notes.

First Edition: Berlin: N. Simrock, 1905, 84 pp.
Edition (rental): N. Simrock

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WoO
Suite No. 2 for Orchestra (Nordland Suite)

Date: 1906

Five Movements:
1. [2nd theme later used as 2nd theme in 2nd movement of Op. 88]
2. becomes the second movement of the Serenade on Swedish Folk Melodies for String Orchestra (1916)
3. [based on Op. 79, No. 7]; becomes the third movement of the Serenade on Swedish Folk Melodies for String Orchestra (1916)
4. [based on Op. 79, No. 6]; becomes the fourth movement of the Serenade on Swedish Folk Melodies for String Orchestra (1916)
5. [Swedish March]; becomes the first and fifth movements of the Serenade on Swedish Folk Melodies for String Orchestra (1916)

First Edition: Berlin: Rufolf Eichmann, 1956

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Op. 80
Szene der Marfa
Martha's Scene from Demetrius Schiller
Mezzo-Soprano and Orchestra

Date: c1906
Text: Schiller (Demetrius)

Timing: 8 minutes
Orchestration: 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, timp, perc, str

First Edition: Berlin: N. Simrock, 1906

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Op. 81
Österkantate
Easter Cantata
Soprano, SATB, Organ, and Orchestra

Date: 1908
Dedication: Kölner Konzertgesellschaft
First Performance: 17 November 1908 in Gürzenich, Kölner Konzertgesellschaft

Text: Mörike and Geibel

Five movements:
1. Gruss an die Charwoche (Greeting to Passion Week)
2. Passionshymne
3. Am Ostermorgen (Easter morning)
4. Osterruf (Easter call)
5. Schlussgesang (Final chorus)

First Edition: Leipzig: Leuckart, 1908

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Sechs Volkslieder (Wallisisch und Schottisch), WoO
Six Folksongs (Welsh and Scottish)
Unaccompanied Male Chorus

Date: c1908

Folksongs:
1. Die Glocken von Aberdove
2. Kriegslied (War Song)
3. Abendständchen
4.
5. Liebeslied
6. Tanzlied

First Edition: Berlin: [1908?]
Edition
(songs 1-3, 5-6; German only): N. Simrock (V116, V117, V118, V120, V121)

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Op. 82
Das Wessobrunner Gebet
SATB, Organ, and Orchestra

Date: 1909
Text: anonymous 8th century

[reworking of Op. 19]

First Edition: Siegel, 1910

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Op. 83
Acht Stucke fur Klarinette, Bratsche und Klavier oder Violine, Violoncelle und Klavier
Eight Trio Pieces for Clarinet (or Violin), Viola (or Cello) and Piano

Date: 1910

Pieces:
1. [A minor]
2. [B minor] Allegro con moto
3. [C-sharp minor]
4. [D minor]
5. [F minor] Rumänische Melodie (Andante)
6. [G minor] Nachtgesang/Nocturne (Andante con moto)
7. [B major] Allegro vivace, ma non troppo
8. [E-flat minor] Moderato

First Edition: Hamburg-London: N. Simrock (Elite Editions 1191-1198), 1910, Plates 12675-12690

Edition: Boca Raton, Florida: Masters Music Publications

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Op. 84
Konzertstück für Violine und Orchester oder Klavier
Concert Piece for Violin and Orchestra or Piano

Date: c1911

Orchestration: 2 fl, 3 ob, 2 cl, 3 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, timp, str
Timing: 18:47 (Salvatore Accardo)

Two movements:
1. Allegro appassionato
2. Adagio

First Edition: Berlin: 1911
Edition
(violin and piano): London-Hamburg: N. Simrock, [1988?], c1911; Elite Edition 5165; Plate Nos. 12826 N. Simrock, 5165 N. Simrock; score (26 pp.), part (11 pp.); OCLC#21452099; LC No. M1013.B85 op.84, 1988
Edition (full score): Miami, Fla.: E.F. Kalmus, [1986?]; Plate No. A 6074 E.F. Kalmus; score (70 pp.); OCLC#20246881

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Op. 85
Romance in F Major for Viola and Orchestra

Date: c1911

Observations
: contains metronome markings by composer

First Edition: Mainz, 1911
Edition
(full score and parts): Kalmus

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Op. 86
Sechs Lieder
Six Songs
Unaccompanied SATB

Date: summer 1911
Text: Margarethe Bruch, Thomas Moore

Six Songs:
1. Ackley; text by Margarethe Bruch
2. Kleine Maria; text by Margarethe Bruch
3. Deutscher Frühling; text by Margarethe Bruch
4. Geh, wo Ruhm dir winket (Go, Where Fame Beckons You); text by Thomas Moore available edition
5. Im Moselthal (In the Moselle Valley); text by Margarethe Bruch
6. Weit über dem Meere (Far Across the Sea); text by Thomas Moore

First Edition: Magdeburg: Heinrichshofen, 1911
Edition: Stuttgart: Carus-Verlag, c2000

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Op. 87
Die Macht des Gesanges
The Power of Song
Baritone, SATB, Organ, and Orchestra

Date: summer 1911
Text: Schiller

Orchestration: 2 fl, 3 ob, 2 cl, 3 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, perc, (org), str
Timing: 20 minutes

First Edition: Berlin: N. Simrock, 1912

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WoO (unpublished)
Alternberger Hymne
Four-part mixed chorus, two trumpets, three trombones, timpani, and organ

Date: completed 11 May 1913, Altenberg.
Background: composed for the celebrations (16 July 1913) in Altenberg on the occasion of the restoration of the organ in the cathedral there.Later orchestrated for performance in Berlin on 27 January 1916.
Text: Latin

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Op. 88
Doppelkonzert für Klarinette und Viola mit Orchester
Double Concerto for Clarinet/Violin, Viola and Orchestra

Date:
completed November-December 1911, Friedenau (autograph MS)
First Performance: 5 March 1912, Wilhelmshaven; Willy Hess (viola), Max Felix Bruch (clarinet)

Orchestration: 2 fl, 3 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, timp, str
Timing: 18 minutes

First Edition: Berlin: Eichmann 1943
Edition
(full score and parts): N. Simrock
Edition (piano reduction): London-Hamburg: N. Simrock (Elite Edition 3172), c1977; piano reduction by Otto Lindemann (1879-1946); score (36 pp.), 2 parts; OCLC#5232210, 33271219; LC No. M1041.B87 op.88, 1977 M324.85

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WoO (unpublished)
Suite No. 3 for Orchestra with Organ, WoO

Date: 1904-1915
Backround: Reworked as Concerto for Two Pianos, Op. 88a

Four Movements:
1. Präludium
2.
3. Nocturno
4. Festliche Ausklang

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Op. 88a
Double Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra

Date: 1915

Orchestration
: 2 fl, 3 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, timp, str
Timing: 23:13 - 26:00

Four Movements:
1. Andante sostenuto
2. Andante con moto
3. Adagio ma non troppo
4. Andante

First Edition: London: N. Simrock, 1977
Edition
(two pianos and piano reduction): N. Simrock (Elite Edition 3171)

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Op. 89
Heldenfeier
Six-Part Chorus, Organ, and Orchestra

Date: completed 22 January 1915
Text: Margarethe Bruch
First Performance: Berlin, October 1915

First Edition: Leipzig: Leuckart, 1915

Later reworked in 1962 by Hermann Erdlen with a new text by Ludwig Schuster and published by Leuckart as Totenfeier.

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Op. 90
Fünf Lieder
Five Lieder
Unaccompanied SATB

Date:

Five Songs:
1. Im Himmelreich; old German text
2. Der Gärtner als Ulan (The Gardener as a Lancer); text by Margarethe Bruch
3. Wiegenlied im Chiemgau (Lullaby in Chiemgau); subtitled "Wartime 1914"; text by Margarethe Bruch
4. Auf eines deutschen Jägers Grab (On the Grave of a German Rifleman); text by Ewald Bruch
5. Abendläuten (Evening Calls); text by M. Vorgberg

First Edition: Leipzig: Leuckart, 1917

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WoO
Serenade nach schwedischen Volksmelodien für Streichorchester
Serenade on Swedish Folk Melodies for String Orchestra

Date: 1916

Five movements:
1. Marsch (Allegro moderato); derived from the fifth movement of the Suite No. 2 for Orchestra (Nordland)
2. Andante; same as second movement of the Suite No. 2 for Orchestra (Nordland)
3. Allegro; same as third movement of the Suite No. 2 for Orchestra (Nordland)
4. Andante sostenuto; same as fourth movement of the Suite No. 2 for Orchestra (Nordland)
5. Marsch (Allegro moderato); derived from the fifth movement of the Suite No. 2 for Orchestra (Nordland)


Facts of Composition: closely based on Bruch's "Second Suite for large orchestra with free use of Swedish folk melodies" (1906)
Timing: 17 minutes

First Edition: Hamburg: N. Simrock, 1941
Edition
(full score and parts, rental): N. Simrock
Edition, full score and parts: Kunzelmann (Ed. No. 10286, edited by Otmar Mayer)

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Op. 91
Die Stimme der Mutter Erde
The Voice of Mother Earth
SATB, Organ, and Orchestra

Date: began 2 October 1916; completed 19 October 1916
First performance in Cologne: 28 January 1918; Berlin Philharmonic; Siegfried Ochgs, conductor; for the composer's 80th birthday
Text: Polish

First Edition: Leipzig, [1916?]

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Op. 92
Christkindlieder
Songs of the Christ Child
Soprano and Alto Solo, SSAA, and Pianoforte

Date:
Text: Margarethe Bruch

Six Songs:
1. O holder Herr, O Jesulein
2. Christi Geburt
3. Zwei Seelen begegnen sich zur Christnacht im Walde (Two Souls Meet in the Woods on Christmas Eve)
4. Auf einem goldbraunen Reh (On a Golden Brown Deer)
5. Gebet
6. Christkinds Garten

First Edition: Leipzig: Leuckart, [1917?]

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Op. 93
Trauerfeier fur Mignon
Funeral Rites for Mignon
Four Soloists (SSAA), Double Chorus (SSAATTBB), Organ, and Orchestra

Date: completed 24 August 1918
Text
: Wilhelm Meister von Goethe
Dedication: Georg Schumann (conductor of the Berlin Hochschule)
First Performance: 5 April 1919, Berlin Singakademie

First Edition: Leipzig: Leuckart, 1919

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WoO
Streichquintet a-moll (String Quintet in A minor)

Date: 1918

Instrumentation: 2 vn, 2 vla, vc

Four movements:
1. Allegro
2. Allegro molto
3. Adagio non troppo
4. Allegro

Timing: 26 minutes
Facts of Composition: composed 1918
Manuscript Sources: Handwritten parts by Gertrude Bruch dated 17 November 1918 (Berlin-Friedenau) in BBC Music Library
Comments: The third movement is an arrangement of the Serenade for Strings (on Swedish Melodies), Op. posth. (1916)

First Edition (score): Zurich: Albert J. Kunzelmann (GM 1352), 1991; edited by John Beckett; 36 pp.

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WoO
Streichquintet E-flat Major (String Quintet in E-flat Major) [lost]

Date: completed 31 December 1918, Berlin-Friedenau

Instrumentation: 2 vn, 2 vla, vc

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Op. 94
There is no Op. 94 in Bruch's published output.

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Op. 95
There is no Op. 95 in Bruch's published output.

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Op. 96
There is no Op. 96 in Bruch's published output.

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Op. 97
Fünf Lieder
Five Songs

Date: 1920
Text:

Five Songs:
1. Mein Liebchen naht, Blumen zu pflücken (When my dear one comes); text by anonymous Spanish author
2. Durch die wolkige Maiennacht (Through the Haze of the Cloudy Night); text by Geibel
3. Vor dem fenster mir ('Neath My Window Ledge); text by Margarethe Bruch
4. Morgenlied (Morning Song); text by Goethe; from Claudine von Villa Bella
5. Ein Mädchen und ein Gläschen Wein (A Maiden and Sparkling Wine); text from Goethe's Jeri und Baetely

Text

 


Mein Liebchen naht, Blumen zu pflücken

Lass die Fluren sanfter rauschen,
glücklicher Tormez,
denn mein Liebchen naht,
Blumen zu pflükken!

Zwischen grünen Au'n,
und dem Blütenwalde,
mögen Lilie und Nelken deine Felder zieren,
und mit bunten Farben sie stikken zum Wogen,
denn mein Liebchen naht,
Blumen zu pflükken!




 

When my dear one comes

Let the meadows bloom more gaily,
fortunate Tormez,
When my dear one comes,
seeking fair blossoms!

 

 





 

Durch die wolkige Maiennacht

Durch die wolkige Maiennacht,
geht ein leises Schallen,
wie im wald die Tropfen sacht
auf die Blätter fallen.

Welch' ein ahnungsreicher Duft,
quillt aus allen Bäumen!
Dunkel weht es in der Luft,
wie von Zukunftsträumen!

Und im Hauch der auf mich sinkt,
dehnt sich all mein Wesen;
und die müde Seele trinkt,
schauerndes Genesen!

Müde Seele, hofe nur,
morgen kommt die Sonne!
und du blühst mit Wald und Feld,
hell in Frühlingswonne!

Through the haze of the cloudy night

Through the haze of the cloudy night,
Spring is softly calling,
As when rain wit patter light
0n the leaves is falling.

Fragrance filling all the air,
From the buds is breaking!
Promise rising ev'rywhere,
Dreams of joy awaking!

Now my spirit rises high,
Fills with buoyant feeling;
Ev'ry doubt and fear must fly,
ev'ry hurt is healing!

Weary spirit hope again,
Morning will banish sorrow!
Gayly bloom with hill and plain,
Greet the Spring tomorrow!

   
   
   

First Edition: New York: Carl Fischer, 1921
Edition: Boca Raton, Florida: Masters Music Publications (M3409).

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WoO
Symphonic Suite No. 3 (Festive [Feierliche] Suite)
Orchestration
: 2 fl, 3 ob, 2 cl, 3 bsn, 4 hn, 2 tpt, 3 trb, 1 tba, timp, org, str
Timing: 36 minutes

Edition (rental): N. Simrock

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WoO (unpublished)
Claudine von Villa Bella
Opera (Singspiel)

Text: Goethe

Manuscript Sources: autograph MS in Österreichische Nationalbibliothek Wien

first edition in preparation by Thomas Wood

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WoO
Streichoktett
String Octet

Date
: composed January and February 1920; completed 6 March 1920

Instrumentation: 4 vn, 2 vla, 1 vc, 1 bass
Timing:

First Edition (Urtext score): London-Hamburg: N. Simrock Elite Edition 4033), 1996; edited by Thomas Wood
First Edition (Urtext parts): London-Hamburg: N. Simrock Elite Edition 4034), 1996; edited by Thomas Wood

Compact Disk: Ensemble Ulf Hoelscher (Georgsmarienhütte: CPO, 1999; cpo 999 451-2); OCLC#41283349

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WoO (unpublished)
Am Rhein

Date: Unknown

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WoO (unpublished)
Dramatischen Szenen aus Scheffels Ekkehard

Date: Unknown

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WoO (unpublished)
Durch Nacht zum Licht

Date: Unknown

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WoO (unpublished)
Geistlich gesinnt sein
Chorale

Date: Unknown

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WoO (unpublished)
Hymne an das Vaterland

Date: Unknown

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WoO (unpublished)
Japanslied

Date: Unknown

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WoO (unpublished)
Militärmärsche

Date: Unknown

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WoO (unpublished)
Venetian Serenade

Date
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WoO (unpublished)
Zum 31.8.1900

Date
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