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By February 1943, Weiner had been deported by the Nazis to the Lukov forced labor camp in Slovakia where he was later murdered. Kodály attempted to save Weiner and colleague Jenő Deutsch to no avail.
- Concerto for flute, viola, piano, and string orchestra (1941?)
- Overture (published 1995)
- Chamber music
- 1938: String trio "Vonosharmas Szerenad" for violin, viola, and cello
- Duo for violin and viola (1939)
- Sonata for viola and piano (1939?)
- Two Movements for clarinet and piano
- Three Songs (published 1994)
- Weiner: Chamber Music with Viola, Hungaroton HCD 32607
- In Memoriam: Hungarian Composers, Victims of the Holocaust, Hungaroton HCD32597
- Kory, Agnes (2009). "Remembering Seven Murdered Hungarian Jewish Composers". The OREL Foundation. Retrieved 9 September 2009.