List of compositions by Franz Lachner

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This is a partial list of compositions by Franz Lachner.

Works with opus number[edit]

By opus number:

Opus No. Name Key Earliest Known Date
1 Rondeau Brillant[1] ? ?
2 Piano Sonata[2][3] F minor 1825
3 Momento capriccioso for piano[3] A minor Published 1824
12 Introduction et Variations sur un thême Suisse pour Piano et Cor ou Violoncelle F major ?
14 Cello Sonata[4][3] A major 1828?
15 Introduction et variations brillantes sur un theme original for piano[3] E major 1827/28 or earlier
20 Sonata for Piano 4-hands C minor[5] by 1827[6]
21 Nocturne No.1 in French Style (piano 4hands)[7] ? 1827 or somewhat earlier
22 Deuxieme Nocturne à quatre mains pour le Pianoforte sur de thêmes favoris de l’Opera Oberon de C. M. de Weber ? 1827[8]
23 Morgenhymne. Chor f. Sopran, Alt, Tenor u. Bass m. willk. Begl. d. Pfte oder d. Physharmonica. ? 1841 or earlier[9]
25 Sonata for Piano[10] F major[11] ?
26 Three Scherzi for 4 Hands[11] ? ?
27 4 Lieder (texts by Heine, von Osten and Chamisso. Voice, cello (bassoon), piano) 1832 publication[3]
28 Waldklänge for soprano, horn and piano[12] ? ?
29 Serenade for four cellos G minor-major[3] ?
30 Herbst, Verlangen, Bewußtsein – songs after Rellstab for voice, cello or horn & piano[13] ? ?
31 Die vier Menschenalter, Cantata after Seidl for 3 solo voices, chorus, orchestra ? Published 1835 (overture)[14], 1836 (vocal score)[15]
32 Symphony No. 1 E major 1828[16]
33 Sangerfährt (Bard's Journey), to texts by Heinrich Heine[17] ? 1831-2[18]
34 3 Gedichte (texts by Heine. Voice, cello and piano) published 1833[3]
36 3 Deutsche Gesänge (voice, cello, piano. Heine & Uhland) published 1833[3]
39 Sonata, for piano four-hands F major[11] 1832 ca., published 1834[3]
40 Der Sternenkranz for 4 Men’s Voices ? 1835[19]
41 Symphony No. 3 D minor 1834[20]
44 Symphony No. 2 F major[21] ?
48 Deutsche Gesänge[22] n/a 1836[19]
49 6 Deutsche Gesänge mit Begleitung des Piano Forte n/a 1836[19]
51 Geistliche lieder C minor/E[23] 1837[19]
52 Symphony No. 5 "Passionate/a" C minor 1835, premiered 23 April 1839[8][24]
52(a?)[25] Mass for voices, orchestra and organ E published 1844 (HMB 1845 but January 1845, so 1844)[19][26][27]
54 6 deutsche Gesänge für Bariton oder Alt n/a pub. 1837[19]
56 Symphony No. 6 D major (D major – B major – B minor – D)[28] published 1837[29]
56 also 3 deutsche Gesänge ? 1838?[19]
58 Erhörung, f. eine Singst. m. Begl. d. Pfte u. Vclle (od. Horn.) after Otto Prechler 1838[30], published 1839[31]
58 Symphony No. 7 D minor 1839 or 1840 (Hall, Chronology, p. 336)[32][33][34]
59 Frauenliebe und Leben (after Chamisso) for voice, horn and piano 1838[35], published 1839[36]
61 3 Gesänge von Koch[37] ? by 1860
62 Vorüber! (song to text by Otto Prechtler) 1840 or earlier (publication)[3]
62 Introduction und Fuge für Piano-forte (or organ...) zu vier Händen D minor c. 1835[38]
63 Vöglein mein Bote (songcycle, 3 songs) Die Armesünder-Blum. Die Männer sind mechant! 3 Lieder. (Vöglein flieg’ fort – Am Kreuzweg wird begraben – Du sagtest mir es, Mutter.) No.1 is in C major with text by Johann Gabriel Seidl 1840[39][40]
64-66 Gesänge für vier Männerstimmen published 1842[41]
70 3 Lieder for voice and piano ? published 1842[42]
71 3 songs for 4-part men's chorus[37] ? by 1843[43]
71 (also)[8] Catarina Cornaro Königin von Cypern (Große Oper in 4 Ackten) (opera) ? 1841. Premiered Munich, 1841 (overture published 1843[44])[45]
75 String Quartet No. 1 B minor[46] published in 1843 by Schott, Mainz.[47][19][48]
76 String Quartet No. 2 (Allegro-Adagio-Scherzo-Allegro) A major Published 1843[47][49]
77 String Quartet No. 3 E[3] 1843 publication
80 Gesänge f. 3 Sopranstimmen m. Begl. d. Pfte. (in several volumes) ? 3rd volume published 1847[50]
81 4 Lieder 1846[51] Published 1847[52]
81 7 Lieder (different set) 1845[53]
82 Frauenliebe und Leben[54] ? published 1985?
84 7 Lieder for Bass ? pub.1847[55]
85 Psalm 63 ? pub.1847[56]
86 3 Gedichte von F. Rückert, f. 2 Singstimmen m. Pftebegl. ? pub.1847[57]
88 Mass ? pub.1847[56]
89 Kriegers Gebet ? pub.1847[58]
90 15 Vespers for Chorus and Organ (Psalmi Vespertini) ? Manuscript, possibly unpublished. An 1850 manuscript copy exists[59]
91 Der 133te Psalm (for 4 women's voices) B major[60] pub. 1849[61]
92 Mass for two "voix égales" (of the same vocal type) and organ[56][62] E 1847[56]
93 2 Gedichte von Dräxler-Manfred f. vierstimmigen Männerchor (with piano or wind) ? pub.1848[63]
97 6 vocal duets[37] ? by 1860
98 Mass for soloists, chorus, orchestra and organ[8] E ?
99 Three canons for three sopranos and piano[37] ? 1853[64]. Published 1855[19]
100 Symphony No. 8 G minor (1851?) Published by 1855[19]
101 3 Lieder by (text by) Emanuel Geibel: Des Müden Abendlied
Die junge Nonne
Schmetterling
unknown 1856 (pub.)[19]
103 Festchor zu Mozart's Säkularfeier for 2 bassoons, brass, timpani ? pub. 1857[19]
104 Siegesgesang aus Hermannschlacht by Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock ? 1856[19]
105 3 Gesänge for 3 Women’s Voices. ? 1857[19]
106 6 Duets after L. Koch ? 1857[19]
107 4 Poems by L. Koch for vocal quartet ? 1858[19]
108 3 Quartets for Women’s Voices ? by 1860[19]
109 6 Piano Pieces (ded. to Betty Schott) n/a 1858[19][3]
110 12 Gesänge: für Sopran, Alt, Tenor & Baß[65] ? by 1860[66]
112 Sturmesmythe after Nikolaus Lenau for Men’s Chorus and Orchestra ? 1861[19]
113 Suite No. 1 for Orchestra D minor 1861[67]
115 Suite No. 2 for Large Orchestra E minor[68] 1863?[69]
116 4 Lieder (texts by von Fallersleben)[3] 1863 publication
117 Psalm 150 ? by 1864[70]
118 Bundeslied, for Men's Chorus, to words by Theodor Heigel ? by 1864[71]
119 Drei Gedichte von L. Koch ? Published 1865[72]
120 String Quartet No. 4 D minor published in 1849?? (A search of HMB gives 1866 which seems more likely)[19][73][74]
121 String Quintet (quartet plus contrabass) C minor[5] pub. 1864[75]
122 Suite No. 3 for Large Orchestra F minor[76] published 1866[77]
128 Drei Lieder für Männerstimmen[78] ? ?
129 Suite No. 4 for Large Orchestra E major[5][79] 1865? by 1866.[80][81]
130 Mass for two choirs and soloists F major[82] 1872[19]
132 Ave Maria (soprano, small choir, small ensemble) ? 1870[19]
133 Ave Maria (alto, strings) ? 1869[19]
135 Suite No. 5 for Large Orchestra C minor published in 1868[83]
137 (WulL G9) Gebet after a text by Emanuel Geibel (for voice, 2 violins, 2 cellos and bass, or voice and organ) C major 1870[84][85]
138 Variations for Piano 4-Hands E minor published 1869[19][86]
139 Piano Quintet No. 1 C minor published 1870[87]
140 Suite for Piano and Violin (or Violoncello) A minor[88] published in 1870[19]
140 also Abendfriede von Lenau für Männerchor und Orchester[89] ? ca.1870?
142 Suite for Piano C minor published in the 1860s[5]
143 Fest-marsch für Blech-instrumente (brass and drums) E major[90] by 1873[91]
145 Piano Quintet No. 2 A minor 1869[92]
146 Requiem F minor 1856, revised 1865,[93] published 1871[19]
150 Suite for Orchestra No. 6 C major[94] published 1872[19][95]
152 Six Songs for Alto with Piano n/a? by 1872[96]
154 Stabat Mater for Mixed Choir a cappella ? 1872[19]
155 Mass for 5 Part Chorus (S/A/T/2B), Soloists, and Organ ad lib. D minor by 1872[19]
156 Octet[97] B published by 1850?
160 Elegie: Quintet for 5 Cellos 1834[98] 1872[19]
161 Psalm 30 (soprano and orchestra, or piano, or organ) ? 1873[19]
162 Ave Maria for Soprano, chorus & accompaniment (new edition of Op.132) F major 1873[3]
163 Psalm 26 (bass voice and orchestra, or piano, or organ) ? 1873[19]
166 Abend-Elegie : für eine Tenorstimme, Violine und Orgel oder Harmonium oder Pianoforte[89] ? ca.1880
168 Stabat Mater[8] ? Published by J.Aibl in mid-1870s?
169 String Quartet No. 5 G major Published in 1875[19][99]
170 Ball-Suite D major by 1875[100]
172 6 Piano Pieces n/a 1876[19][3]
173 String Quartet No. 6 E minor 1848-9[101][102]
175 Organ Sonata No. 1 F minor 1877[103]
176 Organ Sonata No. 2 C 1877[103]
177 Organ Sonata No. 3 E minor 1877[103]
178 4 Lieder 1875[104]
179 Hornesklänge (for Male chorus and winds) E major 1877[3]
181 Kriegsgesang for Men’s Voices and Orchestra after Cavallo. ? 1877[19]
187 6 Songs for 4 Female Voices[8] n/a 1880s?
190 Suite No. 7 for Orchestra D minor 1881[67]

Works without opus number[edit]

Name Key Earliest Known Date
Fantasie for Horn and Piano F minor 1825[105]
Wind Quintet No. 1 F major 1823[106][107]
Wind Quintet No. 2 E major 1827[107][108]
Septet[107][109] E major 1824 (completed by Franz Beyer)
Die Liebesboten (song, text by Heinrich Heine) A minor 1826[110]
Flute Concerto D minor 1832[111]
Harp Concerto D minor ?
Moses (oratorio) ? 1833?[112]
Symphony No. 4 E major[113] [114][115] 1834[116][113]
Psalm 134[89] ? 1870?
Nonet F major 1857[47]
Notte Soave Delizia for alto, horn and piano (Italian version of Op.58, Erhörung)[30] ? 1838-40?[117]
Cantate Domino canticum novum for 4 voices, orchestra, WulL C2 (manuscript)[118] E major 1830?[119]
Fantasy for Piano[120] ? 1885?
String Quartet E major 1824[121]
Elegy for flute and organ ? 1879[122]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ OCLC 165288424
  2. ^ OCLC 165288552
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p IMSLP
  4. ^ OCLC 49418761 and "Persistent NYPL record for cello sonata". Retrieved 12 March 2016.
  5. ^ a b c d Netherlands Royal Library
  6. ^ OCLC 62628756
  7. ^ [1]
  8. ^ a b c d e f Austrian Library Musiksammlung Catalog
  9. ^ See HMB.
  10. ^ OCLC 165288554
  11. ^ a b c "Title Page of BSB Scan of Opp. 25, 26 and 39". Retrieved 7 August 2010.
  12. ^ Helena Dearing, Sopran: Lachner, Waldvögelein on YouTube
  13. ^ "Entry for Herbst at Recmusic.org". 1995–2003. Retrieved 10 February 2009.
  14. ^ HMB
  15. ^ HMB
  16. ^ "Description of Lachner Symphony 1". Naxos.com. December 1985. Retrieved 10 February 2009.
  17. ^ "Recmusic.org entry for Sangerfährt, with texts". Retrieved 10 February 2009.
  18. ^ "Description of Teldec Premiere of Sangerfährt". Retrieved 10 February 2009.
  19. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai Publication date from Hofmeister – http://www.hofmeister.rhul.ac.uk (note: this link now back as of early 2011. If broken again, scans of the publication can be perused more directly at ONB at "ONB Hofmeister Scan Archive 1829–1947 mostly" (in German). Österreichische Nationalbibliothek (Austrian National Library). Retrieved 4 February 2011. and sometimes through Google Books.
  20. ^ Hall, Charles J. (2002). Chronology of Western Classical Music at Google Books. Taylor & Francis. p. 317. ISBN 0-415-94216-0. Note: date in Hall 2002 may be date of earliest performance or of publication, not of composition, e.g. as with the Octet – under 1851 though apparently published in 1850.
  21. ^ Wulf (1999), p. 45.
  22. ^ Allgemeine musikalische Zeitung, Volume 39 at Google Books, page VIII, table of contents for 1837 volume
  23. ^ Wulf (1999), p. 543.
  24. ^ "Description of Recording of Symphony no. 5". Naxos.com. December 1993. Retrieved 11 February 2009.
  25. ^ may be a misprint for Op.92?
  26. ^ This work is also called WulL A3, after its place in the Wulf (1999) catalogue. See RISM for information on a manuscript copy (1860–1864, Heilige Kapelle, Altötting) of this work, in short score and parts - S, A, T, B, strings, clarinets, bassoons, trumpets, trombones, timpani.) As often RISM's entry has two incipits.
  27. ^ "Austrian National Library Parts for Mass in E-flat". 1850s. Retrieved 12 March 2016.
  28. ^ Allgemeine musikalische Zeitung, Volume 40 at Google Books – 23 June 1838, page 371. (Published by Häslinger but still unrecorded.)
  29. ^ University of Rochester Library – date for Symphony 6
  30. ^ a b RISM Autograph
  31. ^ Hofmeister
  32. ^ also "Klassika Symphonie Nr.7" (in German). July 2009. Retrieved 3 February 2011.
  33. ^ OCLC 959697325 and https://opac.rism.info/search?id=456081750, 1840 manuscript, where it's called "Elegie in Form einer Sinfonie" Op.58.
  34. ^ Further discussed in Fifield (2016), The German Symphony Between Beethoven and Brahms: The Fall and Rise of a Genre, p.76 who notes that the composer reworked the first two movements 42 years later as the first two movements of his Suite No.7 Op.190 (1881)
  35. ^ RISM autograph
  36. ^ Hofmeister
  37. ^ a b c d Hofmeister (1860), p. 343.
  38. ^ Youens, Susan (2007), Heinrich Heine and the Lied at Google Books. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-82374-9. p. 327.
  39. ^ "Hofmeister at RHUL". October 1840. Retrieved 2013-03-05.
  40. ^ "RISM link to autograph of No.1 at Landesbibliothekszentrum Rheinland-Pfalz / Pfälzische Landesbibliothek, Musikabteilung, Speyer". Retrieved 2013-03-05.
  41. ^ See HMB
  42. ^ HMB.
  43. ^ See HMB
  44. ^ "Hofmeisters Monatsberichte". 1843. Retrieved 10 December 2010.
  45. ^ "RISM (score, parts, at Detmold)". Retrieved 4 January 2013. (also RISM2 (Hamburg) which gives premiere date as 3 December 1841, Munich Hofoper.
  46. ^ "NYPL link for opus 75, 1840s publication. Collection of the Flonzaley Quartet". Retrieved 16 March 2016.
  47. ^ a b c See Kronseder worklist.
  48. ^ New Grove, p. 349 – see Google Books search
  49. ^ Allmusic entry for date.
  50. ^ HMB 1847 p. 177
  51. ^ RISM autograph.
  52. ^ HMB.
  53. ^ [http://anno.onb.ac.at/cgi-content/anno-buch?apm=0&aid=1000001&bd=0001845&teil=0203&seite=00000194 HMB
  54. ^ "Cornell Library Catalog Description of Frauenliebe und Leben". Retrieved 19 January 2018.
  55. ^ HMB 1847 page 161
  56. ^ a b c d Hofmeister, 1847, page 117
  57. ^ HMB 1847 page 157
  58. ^ Hofmeister, 1847, page 104
  59. ^ OCLC 959697024, also RISM, in regards the Op.90 Vespers
  60. ^ Score and Parts at BSB Bavarian Library, IMSLP
  61. ^ HMB 1849 page 58.
  62. ^ OCLC 163493558
  63. ^ HMB 1848 page 96
  64. ^ RISM autograph
  65. ^ Lachner: 12 Gesänge: für Sopran, Alt, Tenor & Baß at Google Books.
  66. ^ Hofmeister, Adolf Moritz (and Wilhelm Altmann?) Handbuch der musikalischen Literatur; oder, allgemeines systematisch-geordnetes Verzeichnis der in Deutschland und in den angrenzenden Ländern gedruckten Musikalien auch musikalischen Schriften und Abbildungen, mit Anzeige der Verleger und Preise at Google Books. 3rd Edition of 1860. page 344.
  67. ^ a b "Page about Suites 1 and 7". Naxos.com. June 1990. Retrieved 10 February 2009.
  68. ^ OCLC 174601851
  69. ^ Dwight's Journal of Music at Google Books – apparently premiered at the Festival of the Lower Rhine in mid-May 1863.
  70. ^ OCLC 165288339
  71. ^ OCLC 165869211
  72. ^ OCLC 165365028
  73. ^ "NYPL permalink for quartet op. 120". Retrieved 12 March 2016.
  74. ^ However, Kronseder gives 1849 for publication, not just composition, date of this work. This is hard to verify.
  75. ^ Kronseder gives 1834.
  76. ^ Selmar Bagge, ed. (28 February 1866). "Review of Publication of Third Suite, with Music Examples. Prelude is in F minor. Some other sources claim A major, but this is clearer evidence". Leipziger Allgemeine musikalische Zeitung. 1 (9): 70–3. Retrieved 12 February 2009.
  77. ^ OCLC 165288621; University of Rochester Libraries for key and date
  78. ^ OCLC 165288220.
  79. ^ downloadable from Google books and IMSLP
  80. ^ Leipziger Allgemeine musikalische zeitung at Google Books. Review of 4th Suite, Vienna performance, page 105. (another review, of the Munich premiere of the suite, is around page 142 of the journal, from May 1866.)
  81. ^ The Musical World at Google Books Possibly (and as confirmed by the review of the actual concert, which quotes the work which can be compared in full score online), the "New" suite for orchestra mentioned as part of the lineup of the new series of concerts for the coming Vienna season 1865 to '66. Probably though not definitely ready by that point (not definitely...) when the article was written in November 1865. As noted in the other link, given its Vienna premiere in a concert reviewed in the Leipzig AMZ in March 1866, so composed and premiered no later than then at any rate!
  82. ^ OCLC 213328159
  83. ^ University of Rochester Library for key and date of Suite No. 5
  84. ^ "RISM link to 1872 autograph manuscript at Münchner Stadtbibliothek, Musikbibliothek, München". Retrieved 2013-03-05. WulL means as usual Wulf (1999) catalogue). Originally intended? to be published as Op.161 from RISM's notes
  85. ^ "Hofmeister at RHUL". September 1870. Retrieved 2013-03-05. (announcement of publication by Schott Music.
  86. ^ Dutch Royal Library
  87. ^ "Hofmeister Monatsbericht for Piano Quintet 1". Retrieved 16 October 2010.
  88. ^ IMSLP score of Violin Suite
  89. ^ a b c Dresden Library
  90. ^ Organ arr. of score is at IMSLP
  91. ^ publication date from Hofmeister Monatsbericht
  92. ^ "Details of Piano Quintet 2 at NYPL". Retrieved 12 March 2016.
  93. ^ Woolf, Jonathan (February 2007). "Review of Carus Recording of Requiem". Retrieved 11 February 2009.
  94. ^ downloadable from Google Books and in part from IMSLP
  95. ^ OCLC 40121303; "University of Michigan Permalink to Suite No. 6". Retrieved 11 February 2009.
  96. ^ OCLC 62628562
  97. ^ Howell, Christopher (May 2002). "Review: Lachner: Nonet, Octet". Musicweb International. Retrieved 2015-10-02.
  98. ^ "RISM: Teilautograph for Elegie Op.160, 1834". Retrieved 2017-04-11.
  99. ^ "NYPL Permalink for Quartet in G by Lachner". Retrieved 10 February 2009.
  100. ^ OCLC 84865307
  101. ^ "Page about Quartet no. 6". Edition Silvertrust. Retrieved 10 February 2009.
  102. ^ Published 1849 according to Kronseder.
  103. ^ a b c Fenech, Gerald (2008). "Review of Recording of the Lachner Organ Sonatas". Classical.net. Retrieved 11 February 2009.
  104. ^ RISM autograph
  105. ^ "Persistent NYPL link for F minor fantasy". Retrieved 12 March 2016.. Note that the horn and piano fantasy of 1825 may not have been published until the 1980s.
  106. ^ Hall, p. 273.
  107. ^ a b c Lachner, Franz Paul (2004). Ladson Jonathan Saylor, ed. Two Woodwind Quintets. A-R Editions, Inc. ISBN 9780895795465. OCLC 54699772.
  108. ^ "Persistent NYPL record for Wind Quintet No. 2". Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  109. ^ See: [Mus.ms. 5793 D-Mbs Mus.ms. 5792] & D-Mbs Mus.ms. 5793 @ RISM, and Beyer's OCLC 19557729 completion published in 1988 (perhaps in 1967 and reprinted - unclear).
  110. ^ "RISM link to Autograph with 1826 ("Wien den 17 Dezembr. [1]826") date at Leipziger Stadtbibliothek - Musikbibliothek, Leipzig". Retrieved 2013-03-05.
  111. ^ "Persistent NYPL record for Flute Concerto". Retrieved 10 February 2009.
  112. ^ Fifield, Christopher. (2005) Bruch: His Life and Works at Google Books. Boydell Press. p. 256. ISBN 1-84383-136-8.
  113. ^ a b "RISM- autograph, symphony no.4 score". Retrieved 13 July 2018. ("D-Mbs Mus. ms. 5753")
  114. ^ Composed by November 1834 according to the autograph at RISM; conducted by 17 February? in Vienna (the fifth symphony was premiered there on 19 February) 1836 by the composer according to an Allgemeine musikalische Zeitung (p.107) from that month.
  115. ^ Die Componisten der neueren Zeit: Adam, Auber, Beethoven, Bellini... 1856. p. 66. Retrieved 18 October 2013. Published by Diabelli, according to the 1856 source. Symphony 7 of 1838 "Elegie in Form einer Symphonie is implied to not have been published." Fifield's more recent book "The German Symphony between Beethoven and Brahms", which discusses Lachner at length, and RISM entries on the 1838 Elegie, note that two movements of the Elegie were later used in the published Suite No.7, so this is not entirely true.
  116. ^ Hall, p. 317.
  117. ^ RISM autograph
  118. ^ "RISM reference for Cantate Domino at Hofburgkapelle, Wien". Retrieved 4 January 2013.. WulL - refers to Wulf (1999) worklist.
  119. ^ "ÖNB-suche (Austrian National Library Advanced Search)" (in German). Retrieved 12 March 2016.
  120. ^ OCLC 497695450. Included in a collection of memoria for Vincenzo Bellini?
  121. ^ Early manuscript quartet in E-flat major - "Streich-Quartett. | für 2 Violinen, Viola, Violoncell | von Fr. Lachner. | (Wien 1824.)" - in the Nachlass Franz Paul Lachner, Munich Library, Mus.ms. 5790. "Link to Quartet in E-flat". Répertoire International des Sources Musicales (in German). Retrieved 12 March 2016.
  122. ^ OCLC 959698521

References[edit]

  • Wulf, Jürgen (1999) (in German). Die Geistliche Vokalmusik Franz Lachners: Biographische und stilistische Untersuchungen mit thematischem Verzeichnis. Hildesheim: Georg Olms Verlag. ISBN 3-487-10863-1.

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