List of compositions by Anton Bruckner

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Anton Bruckner

This is a list of compositions by Anton Bruckner.

Bruckner is best known for his symphonic works; there are 11 symphonies (the last with an unfinished finale), most of them in several versions. He also composed a few other smaller orchestral works (one overture, one march and three 'small orchestral pieces'), and sketched another symphony.

Bruckner also composed a considerable amount of choral music.
There are 59 religious works, of which there are 17 larger choral works (seven masses, two requiems, one religious cantata, five psalm settings, one Te Deum hymn and one Magnificat hymn), 40 smaller choral works (16 hymns, six antiphons, six graduals, three settings of the offertorium, two chorale, two religious elegies, two Libera me, one litany and two other motets), of which a few are in two or three versions, and two aequali for three trombones. In addition, Bruckner made sketches for two other masses and another requiem.
Bruckner also composed 44 Weltliche Chorwerke (secular choral works), seven secular cantatas, of which two are in three versions, and about 20 Lieder for voice and piano.

Bruckner’s chamber music includes one scherzo for string quartet, one string quartet with alternative rondo, one string quintet with additional intermezzo, 25 small piano works, and one duo for violin and piano.

Other instrumental music includes a few organ works, of which some are of doubtful authorship, and one military march for concert band.

Werkverzeichnis Anton Bruckner (WAB)[edit]

The WAB numbers, used in the table below, refer to the Werkverzeichnis Anton Bruckner. This is a thematic catalogue of the music of Anton Bruckner compiled by Renate Grasberger. Lost works, sketches, etc. were added afterwards. Some other, still unclassified, works were identified as WAB deest. The WAB uses a single range of numbers divided into subranges for genre classification. Grasberger sorted the compositions alphabetically by title within each of the subranges. For a few of the pieces, she used an alternate title, which is less used today, or classified them in different subranges than the current Gesamtausgabe.

  • WAB 1–54 Sacred choral music
  • WAB 55–95 Secular choral music
  • WAB 96–109 Orchestral works
  • WAB 110–113 Chamber music
  • WAB 114–116 Brass ensemble music
  • WAB 117–124 Solo piano music
  • WAB 125–131 Music for organ
  • WAB 132–135 Lost works
  • WAB 136–143 Sketches
  • WAB 144–145 Doubtful works
  • WAB 146–149 Addendum

New attributions and findings, as well as the re-evaluation of the incerta and falsa, require a in-depth revision of the WAB classification. This work will be done in the framework of the research project Digitales Werkverzeichnis Anton Bruckner (dWAB, 2017-2019) of the Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften.[1]

List[edit]

ID Title Key Genre Scored for Composed IMSLP Notes
WAB 1 Afferentur regi F major Offertorium Choir and three trombones ad lib. 1861
WAB 2 Am Grabe F minor Elegy Male choir 1861 Reissue a cappella of first three strophes of Vor Arneths Grab (WAB 53). Elegy for Josefine Hafferl
WAB 3/1 Asperges me No. 1 Aeolian mode Antiphon Choir and organ c. 1845 Antiphon for the Asperges of Septuagesima Sunday till the 4th Sunday of Lent
WAB 3/2 Asperges me No. 2 F major Antiphon Choir and organ c. 1845 Antiphon for the Asperges of Passion Sunday
WAB 4 Asperges me F major Antiphon Choir c. 1844 Antiphon for the Asperges
WAB 5 Ave Maria F major Hymn Soprano, alto, choir, organ, and cello 1856 Hail Mary, a Marian hymn
WAB 6 Ave Maria F major Hymn Choir (SAATTBB) 1861 Hail Mary, a Marian hymn
WAB 7 Ave Maria F major Hymn Alto, and piano, organ or harmonium 1882 Hail Mary, a Marian hymn
WAB 8 Ave Regina caelorum Gregorian mode Antiphon Voices and organ 1885–1888 Ave Regina Caelorum, a Marian antiphon
WAB 9 Messe für den Gründonnerstag F major Mass Choir 1844 Landmesse (Missa brevis) composed in Kronstorf for Maundy Thursday, put as Christus factus est by Grasberger. The extra Kyrie and Gloria, composed in 1845, are lost.
WAB 10 Christus factus est D minor Gradual Choir (SSAATTBB), three trombones and strings ad lib. c. 1873 Graduale for Maundy Thursday
WAB 11 Christus factus est D minor Gradual Choir 1884 Graduale for Maundy Thursday
WAB 12 Dir, Herr, dir will ich mich ergeben A major Chorale Choir c. 1845
WAB 13 Ecce sacerdos magnus A minor Antiphon Choir, three trombones and organ 1885 Ecce sacerdos magnus for the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Diocese of Linz
WAB 14 Entsagen B major Cantata Soprano or tenor, choir, and piano or organ c. 1851 1st Name-day cantata for prelate Michael Arneth. Lyrics from the poem Amaranth by Oskar von Retwitz
WAB 15 Festgesang St. Jodok spross aus edlem Stamm C major Cantata Soprano, tenor, bass, choir, and piano 1855 Name-day cantata for dean Jodok Stülz
WAB 16 Festive Cantata Preiset den Herrn D major Cantata Bass, male quartet, male choir, winds and timpani 1862 To celebrate the laying of the foundation stone of the new Mariä-Empfängnis-Dom
WAB 17a In jener letzten der Nächte F minor Chorale Voice and organ c. 1848 Passion chorale for Maundy Thursday. 1st setting
WAB 17b In jener letzten der Nächte F minor Chorale Choir c. 1848 2nd setting
WAB 18a Iam lucis orto sidere Phrygian mode Hymn Choir 1868 Also called In S. Angelum custodem. Version 1, 1st setting
WAB 18b Iam lucis orto sidere Phrygian mode Hymn Choir and organ 1868 Version 1, 2nd setting
WAB 18c Iam lucis orto sidere G minor Hymn Male choir 1886 Version 2
WAB 19 Inveni David F minor Offertorium Male choir and four trombones 1868
WAB 20 Inveni David Voices and organ 1879 Ending verse Inveni David of Os justi (WAB 30), which was skipped in the first edition. Wrongly put as separate work by Grasberger
WAB 21 Libera me F major Libera me Choir and organ c. 1843
WAB 22 Libera me F minor Libera me Choir (SSATB), three trombones, organ, cello, and contrabass 1854 Absoute for prelate Michael Arneth
WAB 23 Locus iste C major Gradual Choir 1869
WAB 24 Magnificat B major Magnificat Vocal quartet, choir, two trumpets, timpani, organ, and strings without viola 1852
WAB 25 Windhaager Messe C major Mass Alto, two horns, and organ 1842 A Missa brevis composed in Windhaag, also called Messe in C-Dur (Mass in C major).
WAB 26 Mass No. 1 D minor Mass Vocal quartet, choir, orchestra, and organ ad lib. 1864 revised in 1876 and 1881/1882
WAB 27 Mass No. 2 E minor Mass Choir and winds 1866 2nd version: 1882
WAB 28 Mass No. 3 F minor Mass Vocal quartet, choir, orchestra, and organ ad lib. 1868 revised in 1876/1877, 1881/1883 and 1890/1893 (Schalk version)
WAB 29 Missa solemnis B minor Mass Vocal quartet, choir, organ, and orchestra 1854 Missa solemnis for Friedrich Mayer's elevation
WAB 30 Os justi Lydian mode Gradual Choir and organ 1879 A cappella, except for the ending verse Inveni David, which was skipped in the first edition. See WAB 20.[2]
WAB 31 Pange lingua C major Hymn Choir c. 1835/1891 A setting of Pange lingua; "restored" in 1891.
WAB 32 Tantum ergo D major Hymn Choir c. 1845 A setting of Tantum ergo (last two verses of Pange lingua), incorrectly classified as Pange lingua by Grasberger[3]
WAB 33 Pange lingua Phrygian mode Hymn Choir 1868 A setting of Pange lingua and Tantum ergo
WAB 34 Psalm 22 E major Psalm Choir and piano c. 1852 Setting of Psalm 23 in the Vulgata
WAB 35 Psalm 112 B major Psalm Double choir (SSAATTBB) and orchestra 1863 Setting of Psalm 113 in the Vulgata
WAB 36 Psalm 114 G major Psalm Choir (SAATB) and three trombones 1852 Setting of Psalm 116 in the Vulgata
WAB 37 Psalm 146 A major Psalm Vocal quartet, Double choir (SSAATTBB), and orchestra c. 1856 Setting of verses one to 11 of Psalm 147 in the Vulgata
WAB 38 Psalm 150 C major Psalm Soprano, choir, and orchestra 1892 Setting of Psalm 150
WAB 39 Requiem D minor Requiem Vocal quartet, choir, one horn, three trombones, organ, and strings 1849 Composed for the death anniversary of Franz Sailer. Slight revision in 1892.
WAB 40 Salvum fac populum tuum F major Offertorium Choir 1884 Setting of verses 22-30 of the Te Deum
WAB 41 Four Tantum ergo B major
A major
E major
C major
Hymn Choir and organ ad lib. 1846/1888 Four settings of Tantum ergo. Version two of 1888 is a cappella. NB: The WAB ordering deviates from the ordering by the composer.[4]
WAB 42 Tantum ergo D major Hymn Choir (SSATB) and organ 1846/1888 The fifth setting of Tantum ergo of 1846/1888
WAB 43 Tantum ergo A major Hymn Choir and organ c. 1845 A setting of Tantum ergo
WAB 44 Tantum ergo B major Hymn Choir, two trumpets, organ, and two violins c. 1854 A setting of Tantum ergo
WAB 45 Te Deum C major Te Deum Vocal quartet, choir, orchestra, and organ ad lib. 1881, 1884 First-draft version: 1881, final version: 1884
WAB 46 Tota pulchra es Phrygian mode Antiphon Tenor, choir, and organ 1878 Tota pulchra es, a Marian antiphon
WAB 47 Totenlied No. 1 E major Elegy Choir 1852 First religious elegy for Josef Seiberl
WAB 48 Totenlied No. 2 F major Elegy Choir 1852 Second religious elegy for Josef Seiberl
WAB 49 Trauungschor F major Weltliches Chorwerk Vocal quartet, male choir, and organ 1865 Lyrics by Franz Isidor Proschko. For the wedding celebration of Karl Kerschbaum with Maria Schimatschek
WAB 50 Veni Creator Spiritus Gregorian mode Gradual Voice and organ 1884 at the latest Veni Creator Spiritus, a gradual for Pentecost
WAB 51 Vexilla regis Phrygian mode Hymn Choir 1892 Vexilla Regis, a Hymn for Passion Sunday and Good Friday
WAB 52 Virga Jesse E major Gradual Choir 1885 Gradual for the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Diocese of Linz
WAB 53 Vor Arneths Grab F minor Elegy Male choir and three trombones 1854 Elegy for prelate Michael Arneth. Lyrics by Ernst Marinelli. First three strophes reissued a cappella as Am Grabe (WAB 2)
WAB 54 Zur Vermählungsfeier D major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir 1878 For the wedding celebration of Anton Ölzelt Ritter von Newin with Amalie Edler von Wieser
WAB 55 Der Abendhimmel A major Weltliches Chorwerk Male quartet 1862 Lyrics by Joseph Christian Freiherr von Zeidlitz, 1st setting
WAB 56 Der Abendhimmel F major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir 1866 2nd setting
WAB 57 Abendzauber G major Weltliches Chorwerk 3 yodelers, tenor or baritone, male choir and four horns 1878 Lyrics by Heinrich von der Mattig
WAB 58 Wie bist du, Frühling, gut und treu G major Lied Voice and piano 1856 Also called Amaranths Waldeslieder. Lyrics from the poem Amaranth by Oskar von Redwitz.
WAB 59 An dem Feste D major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir 1843 Lyrics by Alois Knauer. Reissued as Festlied (WAB 67) and Tafellied (WAB 86)
WAB 60 Mayer Cantata Auf Brüder! auf, und die Saiten zur Hand! D major Cantata Voices, male choir, choir, and winds 1855 1st Name-day cantata for prelate Friedrich Mayer, lyrics by Ernst Marinelli
WAB 61a Arneth Cantata Heil, Vater! Dir zum hohen Feste! D major Cantata male quartet, Choir (SATTBB), three horns, two trumpets, and bass trombone 1852 2nd Name-day cantata for prelate Michael Arneth. Lyrics by Ernst Marinelli. Wrongly put as second setting by Grasberger
WAB 61b Auf Brüder! auf zur frohen Feier! D major Cantata male quartet, Choir (SATTBB), three horns, two trumpets, and bass trombone 1857 Second setting as 2nd Name-day cantata for prelate Friedrich Mayer. Lyrics by Ernst Marinelli. Wrongly put as first setting by Grasberger
WAB 61c Heil Dir zum schönen Erstlingsfeste D major Cantata male quartet, Choir (SATTBB), three horns, two trumpets, and bass trombone c. 1870 Reissue of the first setting for a Primizfeier (first Mass) in Kremsmünster. Lyrics by Beda Piringer. Not included in the Gesamtausgabe.
WAB 62 Des Dankes Wort sie mir gegönnt F major Weltliches Chorwerk Tenor, bass, and male choir (TTTBB) c. 1854 Lyrics by Ernst Marinelli
WAB 63 Der deutsche Gesang (Das deutsche Lied) D minor Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir, four horns, three trumpets, three trombones, and bass tuba 1892 Lyrics by Erich Fels
WAB 64 Du bist wie eine Blume F major Weltliches Chorwerk Vocal quartet 1861 Lyrics by Heinrich Heine
WAB 65 Das edle Herz A major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir c. 1851 Lyrics by Ernst Marinelli
WAB 66 Das edle Herz A major Weltliches Chorwerk Choir 1861 2nd version for mixed choir
WAB 67 Festlied D major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir 1928 Transcription of An dem Feste (WAB 59). Lyrics by Ludwig Carl Kraus. Not included in the Gesamtausgabe.
WAB 68 Frühlingslied A major Lied Voice and piano 1851 Lyrics by Heinrich Heine. For the Name-day of Aloisia Bogner
WAB 69 Die Geburt D major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir 1851 For the Name-day of Josef Seiberl
WAB 70 Germanenzug D minor Cantata Male quartet, male choir and brass band (3 horns, four trumpets, two cornets, three trombones, euphonium and tuba) 1863–1865 Secular cantata for a competition at the first Oberösterreichisches Sängerbundesfest. Lyrics by August Silberstein
WAB 71 Helgoland G minor Cantata Male choir and orchestra with cymbals 1893 Secular cantata to celebrate the 50th birthday of the Men's Choir of Vienna. Lyrics by August Silberstein
WAB 72 Herbstkummer E minor Lied Tenor and piano 1864 Lyrics by "Ernst"
WAB 73 Herbstlied F minor Weltliches Chorwerk 2 sopranos, male choir, and piano 1864 Lyrics by Friedrich von Sallet
WAB 74a Das hohe Lied A major Weltliches Chorwerk Voices (TTB) and male choir 1876 Lyrics by Heinrich von der Mattig (Pseudonym for Heinrich Wallmann) - 1st version a cappella
WAB 74b Das hohe Lied A major Weltliches Chorwerk Voices (TTB) and male choir, strings and brass instruments 1879 2nd version with accompaniment
WAB 75 Im April A major Lied Voice and piano 1865 Lyrics by Emanuel Geibel
WAB 76 Laßt Jubeltöne laut erklingen E major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir, two horns, two trumpets, and four trombones 1854 Festive song for the Joyous Entry of imperial bride Elisabeth in Linz. Lyrics by Hillischer.
WAB 77 Der Lehrerstand E major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir c. 1847 Lyrics possibly by Ernst Marinelli
WAB 78 Das Lied vom deutschen Vaterland D major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir c. 1845
WAB 79 Mein Herz und deine Stimme A major Lied Voice and piano 1868 Lyrics by August von Platen
WAB 80 Mitternacht A major Weltliches Chorwerk Tenor, male choir, and piano 1870 Lyrics by Joseph Mendelssohn
WAB 81 Nachruf C minor Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir and organ 1877 Lyrics by Heinrich von der Mattig. Composed in memory of Josef Seiberl. Reissued as Trösterin Musik (WAB 88)
WAB 82 Sängerbund C major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir 1882 Lyrics by Heinrich von der Mattig (?) and Karl Kerschbaum.
WAB 83/1 Ein jubelnd Hoch in Leid und Lust D major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir 1851 The first of two mottos for the Liedertafel Eferding
WAB 83/2 Lebt wohl, ihr Sangesbrüder A major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir 1851 The second of two mottos for the Liedertafel Eferding
WAB 84 Ständchen G major Weltliches Chorwerk Tenor and male quartet c. 1846 Lyrics possibly by Ernst Marinelli
WAB 85 Sternschnuppen F major Weltliches Chorwerk Male quartet c. 1848 Lyrics by Ernst Marinelli
WAB 86 Tafellied D major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir 1893 Shortened reissue of An dem Feste (WAB 59) with lyrics by Karl Ptak
WAB 87 Träumen und Wachen A major Weltliches Chorwerk Tenor and male choir 1890 Lyrics by Franz Grillparzer
WAB 88 Trösterin Musik C minor Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir and organ 1886 Reissue of Nachruf (WAB 81) with lyrics of August Seuffert
WAB 89 Um Mitternacht F minor Weltliches Chorwerk Alto, male choir, and piano 1864 1st setting. Lyrics by Robert Prutz
WAB 90 Um Mitternacht F minor Weltliches Chorwerk Tenor and male choir 1886 2nd setting
WAB 91 Vaterländisch Weinlied C major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir 1866 Lyrics by August Silberstein
WAB 92 O könnt ich dich beglücken (Vaterlandslied) A major Weltliches Chorwerk Tenor, baritone, and male choir 1866 Lyrics by August Silberstein
WAB 93a Musikalischer Versuch nach dem Kammer-Styl D major Cantata Vocal quartet, choir (SSAATTBB), and piano 1845 Cantata composed in May 1845 as Lehrerbefähigungsprüfung (essay for teaching qualification)
WAB 93b Musikalischer Versuch nach dem Kammer-Styl D major Cantata Vocal quartet, choir (SSAATTBB), and piano 1845 2nd setting as Name-day cantata for Alois Knauer, pastor of the Kronstorf church.
WAB 93c Vergißmeinnicht D major Cantata Vocal quartet, choir (SSAATTBB), and piano 1845 "Don't forget me". Reissue of WAB 93b to remind Friedrich Mayer of his promises to appoint Bruckner in Sankt Florian
WAB 94a Volkslied C major Lied Voice and piano 1882 Lyrics by Josef Winter, 1st setting
WAB 94b Volkslied C major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir 1882 2nd setting
WAB 95/1 Das Frauenherz, die Mannesbrust A major Weltliches Chorwerk Choir 1868 Motto for the Liedertafel Frohsinn. Lyrics by Karl Kerschbaum
WAB 95/2 Des Höchsten Preis, des Vaterlandes Ruhm C major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir 1868, possibly c. 1850 Motto for the Liedertafel Sierning. Lyrics by Andreas Mittermayr
WAB 96 March D minor March Orchestra 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, pp. 251–265
WAB 97 Three Orchestral Pieces E major
E minor
F major
Piece Orchestra 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, pp. 266–271; 272-277; 278-286
WAB 98 Overture G minor Overture Orchestra with piccolo 1862–1863 Two versions: 1862 and 1863 (modified coda at bars 233-288)
WAB 99 Symphony in F minor
(Studiensymphonie)
F minor Symphony Orchestra 1863
WAB 100 Symphony in D minor
(Die Nullte)
D minor Symphony Orchestra 1869
WAB 101 Symphony No. 1
(Das kecke Beserl)
C minor Symphony Orchestra 1865–1866 1865: first concept Adagio & Scherzo; 1866 "Linz version", revised in 1877/1884; 1891 "Vienna version"
WAB 102 Symphony No. 2 C minor Symphony Orchestra 1872 1872 version with Scherzo second and Adagio third, revised in 1873 and 1876; 1877 version, revised in 1892
WAB 103 Symphony No. 3
(Wagner Symphony)
D minor Symphony Orchestra 1873 1873 version, revised in 1874; 1876 Adagio; 1877-1878 version: most Wagner quotations removed, coda added to the Scherzo (not retained later); 1889 version
WAB 104 Symphony No. 4
(Die Romantische)
E major Symphony Orchestra 1874 1874 version; 1878 version: new "Hunting" Scherzo and "Volksfest" Finale; 1880 version: new Finale; 1888 version with piccolo and cymbals
WAB 105 Symphony No. 5
(Die Katholische)
B major Symphony Orchestra 1876–1878 1876: first concept; revised in 1878
WAB 106 Symphony No. 6 A major Symphony Orchestra 1881
WAB 107 Symphony No. 7 E major Symphony Orchestra with Wagner tubas, triangle and cymbals 1883–1885 1883: first concept; revised in 1885
WAB 108 Symphony No. 8
(Die Apokalyptische)
C minor Symphony Orchestra with Wagner tubas, triangle, cymbals and harps 1887 1887 version; 1888 Adagio; 1890 version: 3rd woodwind in first three movements, fewer cymbal clashes in Adagio, harps in Trio.
WAB 109 Symphony No. 9 D minor Symphony Orchestra with Wagner tubas 1894–1896 1894: first three movements; 1896: finale unfinished, see WAB 143
WAB 110 Abendklänge E minor Duo Piano and violin 1866 A short Character piece
WAB 111 String Quartet C minor String quartet String quartet 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, pp. 165–196
WAB 112 String Quintet F major String quintet Viola quintet 1879 Slight revision in 1884.
WAB 113 Intermezzo in D minor D minor Intermezzo Viola quintet 1879 An alternative to the Scherzo of the String Quintet (WAB 112)
WAB 114 Aequale No. 1 C minor Aequale 3 trombones 1847 For the funeral of Bruckner's aunt Rosalia Mayrhofer
WAB 115 Apollo March E major March Concert band 1862 Actually a composition (Mazzuchelli March) by Béla Kéler, another pupil of Sechter. Used as model for the Military march (WAB 116).[5]
WAB 116 Military march E major March Concert band 1865 The Apollo March by Béla Kéler (WAB 115) was used as a model for this work.
WAB 117 Erinnerung A major Piece Piano 1868
WAB 118 Fantasie G major Fantasia Piano 1868 A two-part piece signed for Alexandrine Soika. Part I: Langsam und mit Gefühl; Part II: Allegro
WAB 119 Klavierstück E major Piece Piano c. 1856
WAB 120 Four Lancier-Quadrille C major Les Lanciers Piano c. 1850 Compiled from popular operatic melodies for Aloisia Bogner
WAB 121 Quadrille D major Quadrille Piano four hands c. 1854 6 parts: Pantalon, Été, Poule, Trénis, Pastourelle & Finale; signed for Marie Ruckensteiner
WAB 122 Steiermärker G major Piece Piano c. 1850 A Ländler signed for Aloisia Bogner
WAB 123 Stille Betrachtung an einem Herbstabend F minor Piece Piano 1863 Signed for Emma Thanner
WAB 124 Drei kleine Stücke G major
G major
F major
Piece Piano four hands 1853-1855 Composed for the children of Josef Marböck
WAB 125 Fugue D minor Fugue Organ 1861
WAB 126 Postlude D minor Postlude Organ c. 1847
WAB 127 Prelude E major Prelude Organ c. 1836 Doubtful authorship,[6] possibly by Johann Baptist Weiss
WAB 128 Four Preludes E major Prelude Organ c. 1836 Doubtful authorship,[6] possibly by Johann Baptist Weiss
WAB 129 Prelude (Perger Präludium) C major Prelude Organ or harmonium 1884
WAB 130 Andante (Prelude) D minor Prelude Organ c. 1847
WAB 131 Prelude and Fugue C minor Prelude and fugue Organ 1847
WAB 132 Litanies Litany Choir and brass c. 1844 Lost work
WAB 133 Requiem Requiem Male choir and organ 1845 For the funeral of Bruckner's friend Johann Nepomuk Deschl. Lost work
WAB 134 Salve Maria Hymn c. 1844 A lost Marian hymn; possibly a Salve Regina
WAB 135 Zigeuner-Waldlied Weltliches Chorwerk 1863 Lost work, the foregoer in 3/4 time of Germanenzug (WAB 70)
WAB 136 Domine, ad adjuvandum me festina D major Motet Choir 1835 Sketch. Not by Bruckner, but Johann Baptist Weiss
WAB 137 Wie des Bächleins Silberquelle G major Lied 2 sopranos and piano c. 1845 Sketch for a lied (60 bars). Same lyrics as Ständchen (WAB 84)
WAB 138 Mild wie Bäche A major Lied Voice and piano c. 1845 Sketch for a lied (31 bars)
WAB 139 Mass E major Mass Choir, two oboes, three trombones, organ, and strings c. 1846 Sketch of Kyrie (58 bars)
WAB 140 Missa pro Quadragesima G minor Mass Choir, three trombones and organ c. 1845 Mass for the Lent. Sketch of Kyrie (17 bars)
WAB 141 Requiem D minor Requiem 1875 Sketch of the Introit (18 bars)
WAB 142 Symphony in B-flat major B major Symphony Orchestra 1869 Sketch for first movement (68 bars)[7]
WAB 143 Finale to Symphony No. 9 D minor Symphony Orchestra 1896 Fragments of the finale of Symphony No. nine (WAB 109)
WAB 144 Herz Jesu-Lied B major Motet Choir and organ c. 1846 Authorship uncertain
WAB 145 O Du liebes Jesu-Kind F major Motet Voice and organ 1845-1846 Authorship uncertain
WAB 146 Kronstorfer Messe D minor Mass Choir 1843–1844 A Missa brevis for the Lent composed in Kronstorf, also called Messe ohne Gloria (und Credo) (Mass without Gloria [and Credo]). Credo foreseen, but not composed.
WAB 147 Freier Sinn und froher Mut D major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir 1874 Motto for the Gesangverein Liederkrans
WAB 148/1 Im Wort und Liede wahr und frei C major Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir 1869 The first of two mottos as posthumous respects for Simon Sechter. Lyrics by Johann Kajetan Markus
WAB 148/2 Wir alle jung und alt D minor Weltliches Chorwerk Male choir 1869 The second of two mottos as posthumous respects for Simon Sechter. Lyrics by Johann Kajetan Markus
WAB 149 Aequale No. 2 C minor Aequale 3 trombones 1847 For the funeral of Bruckner's aunt Rosalia Mayrhofer (see WAB 114). Missing score of bass-trombone completed by Hans Bauernfeind
WAB deest Kyrie and Gloria F major Mass Choir 1845 Extra Kyrie and Gloria for the Messe für den Gründonnerstag, WAB 9. Lost
WAB deest Scherzo for string quartet G minor Scherzo String quartet 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, pp. 70–74.
WAB deest Rondo in C minor C minor Rondo String quartet 1862 Alternative Rondo for the String quartet (WAB 111), Kitzler-Studienbuch, pp. 197–206
WAB deest Improvisationsskizze Bad Ischl C minor Sketch Organ 1890 Based on the Finale of Symphony No. 1, Händel's Hallelujah and the Kaiserhymne
WAB deest Adagio für Orgel B major Sketch Organ c. 1890 Sketch for the Adagio of Symphony No. 9
WAB deest Der Mondabend A major Lied Voice and piano c. 1850 Lyrics by Johann Gottfried Kumpf. Lied composed for Aloisia Bogner
WAB deest O habt die Thräne gern A minor Lied Voice and piano 1861 Kitzler-Studienbuch, 1st setting: pp. 18–19.
WAB deest Nachglück C major Lied Voice and piano 1861 Kitzler-Studienbuch, 1st setting: p. 19.
WAB deest Herzeleid E minor Lied Voice and piano 1861–1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, p. 20.
WAB deest Nachglück F major Lied Voice and piano 1861–1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, 2nd setting: p. 21.
WAB deest Von der schlummernden Mutter F major Lied Voice and piano 1861–1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, p. 22.
WAB deest Des Baches Frühlingsfeier D minor,
A major
Lied Voice and piano 1861–1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, p. 23.
WAB deest Wie neid ich Dich, du stolzer Wald E major Lied Voice and piano 1861–1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, p. 24.
WAB deest O habt die Thräne gern A minor Lied Voice and piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, 2nd setting: p. 42.
WAB deest Last des Herzens E major Lied Voice and piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, p. 43.
WAB deest Es regnet E minor Lied Voice and piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, pp. 46–47 (sketch).
WAB deest Wunsch D major Lied Voice and piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, pp. 47–48 (sketch).
WAB deest Der Trompeter an der Katzbach F minor Lied Voice and piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, pp. 207–213. Lyrics by Julius Mosen.
WAB deest Heut kommt ja Freund Klose zum Gause C major Weltliches Chorwerk Vocal quartet 1889 A canon for vocal quartet
WAB deest Walzer E major Waltz Piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, p. 25.
WAB deest Walzer C major Waltz Piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, p. 26.
WAB deest Polka C major Polka Piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, p. 27.
WAB deest Mazurca A minor Mazurka Piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, p. 29.
WAB deest Menuett C major Minuet Piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, p. 30.
WAB deest Menuett und Trio G major Minuet Piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, p. 35.
WAB deest Marsch D minor March Piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, p. 37.
WAB deest Andante für Klavier E major Piece Piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, p. 49.
WAB deest Andante für Klavier D minor Piece Piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, p. 50-51.
WAB deest Etüde G major Étude Piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, pp. 77–78.
WAB deest Chromatische Etüde F major Étude Piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, pp. 79–80.
WAB deest Thema und Variationen G major Variations Piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, pp. 87–90.
WAB deest Sonatensatz G minor Sonata Piano 1862 1st movement of a sonata, Kitzler-Studienbuch, pp. 157–164
WAB deest Four Fantasien D minor
C minor
C minor
D minor
Fantasias Piano 1862 Kitzler-Studienbuch, pp. 213–218.
WAB deest Die Rose c. 1885 Lost piece. A march or a lied, dedicated to Maria Wimmer[8]
WAB deest Orchestration of Beethoven's Sonate pathétique C minor Orchestra 1862 Exercise in orchestration, Kitzler-Studienbuch, pp. 234–250
WAB deest Symphonisches Präludium C minor Prelude Orchestra 1875–1876 Doubtful authorship, possibly an exercise in orchestration for Rudolf Krzyzanowski[9]

References[edit]

Sources[edit]

  • Renate Grasberger, Werkverzeichnis Anton Bruckner (WAB), Publikationen des Instituts für österreichische Musikdokumentation, Hans Schneider, Tutzing, 1977 - ISBN 3-7952-0232-9
  • Uwe Harten, Anton Bruckner. Ein Handbuch. Residenz Verlag, Salzburg, 1996. ISBN 3-7017-1030-9.
  • Anton Bruckner - Sämtliche Werke, Band XXIII/1: Lieder für Gesang und Klavier (1851–1882), Musikwissenschaftlicher Verlag der Internationalen Bruckner-Gesellschaft, Angela Pachovsky (Editor), Vienna, 1997
  • Anton Bruckner - Sämtliche Werke, Band XXIII/2: Weltliche Chorwerke (1843–1893), Musikwissenschaftlicher Verlag der Internationalen Bruckner-Gesellschaft, Angela Pachovsky (Editor), Vienna, 2001
  • Anton Bruckner - Sämtliche Werke, Band XXV: Kitzler-Studienbuch (1861-1863), facsimile, Musikwissenschaftlicher Verlag der Internationalen Bruckner-Gesellschaft, Paul Hawkshaw and Erich Wolfgang Partsch (Editors), Vienna, 2015
  • Derek Watson, Bruckner, Master Musicians Series, J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd, London, 1996. ISBN 978-0-19-816618-4
  • Cornelis van Zwol, Anton Bruckner 1824-1896 - Leven en werken, uitg. Thoth, Bussum, Netherlands, 2012. ISBN 978-90-6868-590-9

External links[edit]