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Albert, Eugen d’ (1864–1932)
Piano Sonata, Op. 10
• Piano solo. 25′
From a publication by Ed. Bote & G. Bock (Berlin), ca. 1893; composed, 1887
String Quartet no. 1, Op. 7
• 2 violins, viola, violoncello. 38′
From a publication by Ed. Bote & G. Bock (Berlin), ca. 1888; composed, 1887
String Quartet no. 2, Op. 11
• 2 violins, viola, violoncello. 32′
From a publication by Ed. Bote & G. Bock (Berlin), ca. 1893; composed, 1893
Arensky, Anton (1861–1906)
Two Quartets, Op. 55
• SATB quartet [or choir?], a cappella. [Russian/German] 4′
Settings of two short Russian poems by Fet and by Lermontov.
Based on a publication by Jurgenson (Moscow) from about 1900
Three Quartets, Op. 57
• SATB quartet with cello. [Russian/German] 7′
Settings of three short Russian poems by Afanasy Fet.
Based on a publication by Jurgenson (Moscow) from about 1902
Barnby, J(oseph?) (1838–1896)
Voice of the Western Wind
• SSA choir with piano. [English] 3¼′
Lyrics by Stedman
Published as No. 29 in series The Coda: Supplementary Music for Public Schools
Copyright 1887 Ginn & Co.
Bartlett, Homer Newton (1846–1920)
Grand Polka de Concert no. 1, Op. 1
• Piano solo. 6′
Published 1867 by Wm. A. Pond and Co.
Grand Polka de Concert no. 2 (“El Dorado”), Op. 14
• Piano solo. 5′
Copyright 1876 & 1904 by Wm. A. Pond & Co.
Baußnern, Waldemar von (1866–1931)
Serenade, E-flat
• Violin, clarinet, piano. 30′
From a 1905 publication by N. Simrock (Berlin); composed ca. 1898
Bernard, Émile (1843–1902)
Divertissement, Op. 36
• Double wind quintet (2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 horns, 2 bassoons). 21′
From a publication by A. Durand & Fils (Paris), ca. 1890
Piano Trio, Op. 30
• Violin, violoncello, piano. 25′
From an 1885 publication by Ries & Erler (Berlin)
Brahms, Johannes (1833–1897)
Three Sacred Choruses, Op. 37 (1859/1863)
This edition is now published by Mark Foster.
• SSAA choir, two soloists, a cappella. [Latin] 5¼′
  1. O bone Jesu
  2. Adoramus te, Christe
  3. Regina coeli laetare
Previously published 1865 by J. Rieter-Biedermann (Leipzig & Winterthur)
Briccialdi, Giulio (1818–1881)
Wind Quintet, D, Op. 124
• Flute, oboe, clarinet in A, horn, bassoon. 15′
Based on a B. Schott‘s Söhne (Mainz–Leipzig) publication, ca. 1875
Bullard, Frederick Field (1864–1904)
The Pigtail
• SATB choir with piano. [English] 2½′
Lyrics by Thackeray
Published as No. 12 in The Laurel Octavo, first series
Copyright 1901 by C. C. Birchard & Company (Boston)
Chaminade, CĂ©cile (1857–1944)
Chaminade—The Flatterer (La Lisonjera), Op. 50
• Piano solo. 2¼′
New edition of an 1897 publication by Theo. Presser
Costa, Sir Michael (1808–1884)
Damascus [Triumphal March from Naaman]
• SSATTB choir with piano. [English] 6¾′
Special Edition for the Sacred Harmonic Society published 1865, Addison and Lucas (London)
Published as No. 38 of The Standhope Edition Copyright 1908 by White-Smith Music Publishing Co. (Boston—New York—Chicago)
Cramer, Johann Baptist (1771–1858)
Piano Quartet, Op. 35
• Piano, violin, viola, violoncello. 20′
From multiple publications, ca. 1803; composed, 1803
Quintet in E (“Amicitia”), Op. 69
• Piano, violin, viola, violoncello, contrabass. 30′
From a H. A. Probst (Leipzig) publication, ca. 1827; composed, 1824
Danzi, Franz (1763–1826)
Quintet for piano and winds, Op. 41
• Oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, piano. 30′
From a Breitkopf & Härtel (Leipzig) publication, ca. 1821; composed, ca. 1820
Farrenc, Louise (1804–1875)
Nonet, Op. 38
• Flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola, violoncello, contrabass. 27′
From a manuscript in the Bibliothèque nationale de France, 1849; composed, 1849
Fibich, Zdeněk (1850–1900)
Piano Trio, f minor, H. 174
• Piano, violin, violoncello. 13′
From a F. A. Urbánek (Prague) publication, ca. 1908; composed, 1872
Quintet, H. 308 [Op. 42]
• Violin, clarinet, horn, violoncello, piano. 35′
Published 1896 by F. A. Urbánek (Prague), composed 1895
Foster, Stephen Collins (1826–1864)
Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming
• SATB quartet, a cappella. [English] 2½′
Published ca. 1893 by Wm. A. Pond & Co. (New York)
The Old Folks At Home
• SATB choir with piano. 2½′
1904 arrangement by J. M. McLaughlin of Stephen Foster’s famous song.
Published 1904 by Ginn & Co. (New York)
Fuhrmeister, Fritz (1862–1937)
Gavotte and Tarantella, Op. 6
• Piano, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn. 7′
From a Carl Giessel junior (Bayreuth) publication, 1902; composed, 1901
Genin, Toussaint (jeune) (1841–1928)
Sextet, piano and winds
• Piano, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn. 35′
From a 1906 publication by E. Demets (Paris), composed ca. 1906
Grund, Friedrich Wilhelm (1791–1874)
Mass (ca. 1822)
• SATB/SATB chorus + SATB quartet, a cappella. [Latin] 45′
From the 1822 manuscript Bibliotheca Poelchaviana
Quartet, piano and strings, Op. 8 (ca. 1816)
• Piano, violin, viola, cello. 28′
New edition from a publication by C. F. Peters (Leipzig), ca. 1816
Composer’s arrangement for Piano and Winds also available
Quintet, piano and winds, Op. 8 (ca. 1816)
• Piano, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn. 28′
New edition from a publication by C. F. Peters (Leipzig), ca. 1816
Composer’s arrangement for Piano and Strings also available
Hummel, Johann Nepomuk (1778–1837)
24 Etudes for piano, Op. 125 (complete)
• Piano solo. 35–40′
From a Tobias Haslinger (Vienna) edition, ca. 1834, and a publication by Universal Edition (Vienna & Leipzig), ca. 1901; composed, ca. 1834
Piano Trio no. 2, E-flat, Op. 12
• Piano, violin, violoncello. 18‒20′
From a C. F. Peters (Leipzig) publication, ca. 1870; composed, ca. 1803
Piano Trio no. 3, F, Op. 22
• Piano, violin, violoncello. 15′
From a Chez Jouve (Paris) publication, 1807; composed, ca. 1799
Piano Trio no. 4, G, Op. 35
• Piano, violin, violoncello. 15′
From a Pleyel et Fils (Paris) publication, ca. 1811; composed, ca. 1808
Piano Trio no. 5, G, Op. 65
• Piano, violin, violoncello. 16′
From a Prilipp (Paris) publication, ca. 1839; composed, ca. 1814
Piano Trio no. 6 (Grand Trio Concertant), E, Op. 83
• Piano, violin, violoncello. 25‒30′
Published, ca. 1819, by Richault (Paris)
Piano Trio no. 7, E-flat, Op. 93
• Piano, violin, violoncello. 20′
Published, ca. 1822, by C.F. Peters (Leipzig)
Piano Trio no. 8, E-flat, Op. 96
• Piano, violin, violoncello. 18′
From a Henry Litolff’s Verlag (Braunschweig & New York) publication, ca. 1860; composed, 1822.
Josquin des Prez (ca. 1450–1521)
Absolon fili mi
• SATB choir, a cappella. 3′
A classic. A masterpiece. Probably not written by Josquin after all.
Modern performance edition based on a scholarly edition, Publikation älterer praktischer und theoretischer Music-Werke, published in 1877 by Leo Liepmannssohn (Berlin)
Kalkbrenner, Friedrich Wilhelm (1788–1849)
24 Preludes, Op. 88
• Piano solo. 40‒45′
Published by Pleyel (Paris), ca. 1812
Septet, Op. 132
• Oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, violoncello, contrabass, piano. 26′
Published ca. 1835 by Breitkopf & Härtel (Leipzig)
Kelley, Edgar Stillman (1857–1944)
Ballet Episode
• Piano solo. 3¼′
From a 1910 Edition by Louis R. Dressler
Piano Quintet, Op. 20
• Piano, 2 violins, viola, violoncello. 42′
From a 1907 Albert Stahl (Berlin)/G. Schirmer publication
Lachner, Franz (1808–1890)
Octet for Winds, Op. 156
• Flute, oboe, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns. 30′
From a Fr. Kistner (Leipzig) publication, 1872; composed, ca. 1850
Psalm 133, Op. 91
• SSAA choir, a cappella. [German] 3′
Originally published in 1849 by B. Schott’s Sohnen (Mainz)
Psalm 134
• SATB/SATB choir, a cappella. [German] 4′
First published, 1842, by J. P. Spehr (Braunschweig) in Mozart-Album (Erste Abtheilung), August Pott, ed.
Lack, Théodore (1846–1921)
Le chant du ruisseau, Op. 92
• Piano solo. 2′
Published, copyright 1897, by Theo. Presser
Lacome, Paul (1838–1920)
Estudiantina
• SATB choir with piano. [English] 4½′
Some Americans of a certain age thought the lyrics were “My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer.”
Arrangement by Dr. S. Austin Pierce, published as No. 58 in the Octavo Choruses for Mixed Voices series
Copyright 1887, G. Schirmer (New York); composed 1881
Lange, Gustav (1830–1889)
Pure As Snow, Op. 34
• Piano solo. 3¼′
Published by C. C. Church and Company (Hartford), no date or copyright notice.
MacDowell, Edward (1861–1908)
March Wind, Op. 46, no. 10
• Piano solo. 1′
Copyright 1894, Breitkopf & Härtel; Copyright 1917, Breitkopf & Härtel (New York)
Piano Sonata no. 1 (“Tragica”), Op. 45
• Piano solo. 25′
Copyright 1893, Breitkopf & Härtel; Copyright 1922, G. Schirmer (New York)
Woodland Sketches, Op. 51
• Piano solo. 17½′
Copyright 1898, P. L. Jung (New York); Published 1899, Arthur P. Schmidt (Boston—Leipzig—New York)
Miessner, W. Otto (1880–1967)
Our High School
• SSA choir with piano. [English] 4½′
Published as No. 4586 in the Octavo Choruses for Women’s Voices series
Copyright 1905, G. Schirmer (New York)
Moriacchi, Francesco (1784–1841)
Salve Regina
• SATB choir, a cappella. [Latin] 4′
First published, 1842, by J. P. Spehr (Braunschweig) in Mozart-Album (Erste Abtheilung), August Pott, ed.
Moscheles, Ignaz (1794–1870)
Grand Sextet, Op. 35
• Piano, flute, 2 horns, violin, violoncello. 36′
From a publication of N. Simrock (Bonn), ca. 1816
Piano Trio, c minor, Op. 84
• Piano, violin, violoncello. 30′
From a publication by Probst (Leipzig), ca. 1831
Paderewski, Ignacy Jan (1860–1941)
6 Humoresques de Concert, Op. 14
• Piano solo. 17′
From a publication by Ed. Bote & G. Bock (Berlin), ca. 1887
Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da (1525–1594)
Sitivit anima mea
• SATB choir, a cappella. [Latin] 2½′
The rarely heard ’Part 2’ of the popular 16th century masterpiece, Sicut cervus
Pennington, S. B.
Japanese Dance, Op. 12, no. 2
• Piano solo. 3′
From Two Pianoforte Pieces
Published as B. F. W. 3769-4; Copyright 1910, The B. F. Wood Music Co.
Pleyel, Ignace (1757–1831)
Septet, B. 251
• 2 violins, viola, violoncello, contrabass, 2 horns. 21′
Published, ca. 1787, by Jean André (Offenbach am Main)
Popper, David (1843–1913)
Gavotte
• Piano solo. 4′
Uncredited arrangement of Popper’s Gavotte No. 3, Op. 27
From an old volume with no title or copyright notice
Raff, Joachim (1822–1882)
Cachoucha Caprice, Op. 79
• Piano solo. 5¼′
From an old volume with no title or copyright notice; composed 1858
“Grand” Piano Quintet, Op. 107
• Piano, 2 violins, viola, violoncello. 35‒40′
Published, ca. 1862, by J. Schuberth & Co. (Leipzig)
La fileuse (The Spinner), Op. 157, no. 2
• Piano solo. 3′
From an old volume with no title or copyright notice; composed, 1871
String Octet, Op. 176
• 4 violins, 2 violas, 2 violoncellos. 23′
From a F. Ries Verlag (Dresden) publication, ca. 1880; composed, 1872
String Sextet, Op. 178
• 2 violins, 2 violas, 2 violoncellos. 30′
From a Robert Seitz (Dresden—Weimar) publication, ca. 1872; composed, 1872
Read, Daniel (1757–1836)
An Anthem (“Down steers the bass”)
• SATB choir, a cappella. [English] 3½′
Previously published, 1786, by Daniel Read (New Haven) in The American Singing Book (second edition)
Rebikov, Vladimir (1866–1920)
Tableaus for Children, Op. 37
• Piano solo. 7¾′
Published, 1906, by P. Jurgenson (Leipzig—Moscow) publication; composed, 1906
Reinecke, Carl (1824–1910)
Sextet for winds, Op. 271
• Flute, oboe, clarinet, 2 horns, bassoon. 19′
From a 1904 publication by Jul. Heinr. Zimmerman (Leipzig)
Reuchsel, Amédée (1875–1931)
Sextet for piano and winds
• Flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, piano. 21′
From a publication by Henry Lemoine & Cie (Paris—Bruxelles), ca. 1909; composed, 1908
Rinck, Christian Heinrich (1770–1846)
Kyrie
• SATB choir and organ. [Latin] 7′
First published, 1842, by J. P. Spehr (Braunschweig) in Mozart-Album (Erste Abtheilung), August Pott, ed.
Rubinstein, Anton (1829–1894)
Etude, Op. 23 no. 2
• Piano solo. 3¾′
From an old volume with no title or copyright notice.
Quintet for Piano and Winds, Op. 55
• Piano, flute, clarinet, bassoon, horn. 37′
From publications by E. Gerard et Cie (Paris) and J. Schuberth & Co. (Leipzig), ca. 1861; composed 1855
Sayve, August de (1790–1834)
Grand Quintet, piano and strings, E-flat, Op. 15
• Piano, violin, viola, violoncello, contrabass. 28′
From a Richault (Paris) publication, ca. 1830, composed ca. 1830
Composer’s arrangement for Piano and Winds also available
Grand Quintet for Piano and Winds, E-flat, Op. 15
• Piano, flute (or oboe), clarinet, bassoon, horn. 28′
From a Richault (Paris) publication, ca 1830, composed ca. 1830
Composer’s arrangement for Piano and Strings also available
Schütt, Eduard (1856–1933)
A la bien aimée, Op. 59, no. 2
• Piano solo. 4′
From Papillons d’amour
Published, copyright 1900, by N. Simrock
Seyfried, Ignaz von (1776–1841)
Tantum ergo
• SATB choir, a cappella. [Latin] 1½′
First published, 1842, by J. P. Spehr (Braunschweig) in Mozart-Album (Erste Abtheilung), August Pott, ed.
Sobeck, Johann (1831–1914)
Wind quintet no. 1, F, Op. 9
• Flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon. 19′
Published, ca. 1879, by Ed. Bote & G. Bock (Berlin)
Wind quintet no. 2, E-flat, Op. 11
• Flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon. 22′
Published, 1891, by Bosworth & Co. (London—Leipzig—Paris—Wien)
Wind quintet no. 3, g minor, Op. 14
• Flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon. 24′
Published, ca. 1891, by Bosworth & Co. (London—Leipzig—Paris—Wien)
Wind quintet no. 4, B-flat, Op. 23
• Flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon. 20′
Published, 1897, by Lehne & Komp. (Hannover)
Spohr, Louis (1784-1859)
Grand Quintet for piano and winds, Op. 52
• Flute, clarinet, horn, bassoon, piano. 35′
From an 1820 publication by C. F. Peters (Leipzig)
Stcherbatcheff, Nicolas (1853–1922)
Clair de lune, Op. 25
• Piano solo. 4′
Published, copyright 1900, by J. B. Millet Co. (Boston)
Orientale, Op. 15
• Piano solo. 4′
Published, copyright 1900, by J. B. Millet Co. (Boston)
Stevens, R. J. S. (1757–1837)
Crabbed Age and Youth
• TTBB choir or quartet, a cappella. [English] 2′
Previously published, 1844, in The People’s Music Book, Vol. 3 by George Virtue (London) and in The British Minstrel, and Musical and Literary Miscellany by William Hamilton (Glasgow), n.d.
Täglichsbeck, Thomas (1799–1867)
Piano Trio, Op. 26
• Piano, violin, violoncello. 27′
From a publication, 1847, by J. Schuberth & Co. (Leipzig)
Five Choral Anthems (Fünf Chor-Gesänge), Op. 29
• SATB choir, SATB soloists, Brass ensemble (2 horns, 2 trumpets, 3 trombones, 1 tuba) or piano. 16′
Published, 1847, by Falter & Sohn (Munich)
Quintet, Op. 44
• Clarinet, 2 violins, viola, violoncello. 23′
From a publication by Trautwein (Berlin), 1863
Six Sacred Songs (6 geistliche Lieder), Op. 45
• SATB choir, a cappella. [German] 15‒26′, depending on how many verses you sing…
Texts by Albert Knapp
Previously published, 1863, by Falter & Sohn (Munich)
Thalberg, Sigismund (1812–1871)
Andante, Op. 32
• Piano solo. 4½′
Published 1856, by Henry Talman & Co. (Boston)
Collection
Three Tennyson Songs
  1. J. Francis Barnett, The Sea-Fairies
    • SA choir and piano. [English] 4½′
  2. Wm. G. Cusins, The Song of King Arthur‘s Knights
    • TTBB choir, a cappella. [English] 3′
  3. H. David Leslie, The Golden Year
    • SATB choir, optional piano. [English] 3¾′
Three choral works with texts by Alfred Tennyson.
Previously published, 1880, by Harper & Brothers (New York)

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