List of compositions by Franz Schubert

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Schubert's Opus 1: "Erlkönig", D 328, fourth version, was published by Diabelli as Schubert's "1tes Werk" in 1821. The Lied, composed in 1815, was later adopted along with its prior versions in AGA XX, 3 No. 178 (1895) and NSE IV, 1 (1970).

Franz Schubert (31 January 1797 – 19 November 1828), a late Classical – early Romantic Viennese composer, left a very extended body of work notwithstanding his short life. He wrote some 1500 items, or, when collections, cycles and variants are grouped, some thousand compositions. The largest group are his over six hundred Lieder for solo voice and piano. He composed nearly as many piano pieces, and further some 150 part songs, some 40 liturgical compositions (including several masses) and around 20 stage works like operas and incidental music. His orchestral output includes a dozen symphonies (seven completed) and several overtures. Schubert's chamber music includes over 20 string quartets, and several quintets, trios and duos.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

Otto Erich Deutsch compiled the first comprehensive catalogue of Schubert's works and published it in 1951 as Schubert: Thematic Catalogue of all his Works in Chronological Order.[7] A revised edition appeared in German in 1978.[8] Later editions of the catalogue contained minor updates.[9]

Publication of Schubert's compositions started during his lifetime, by opus number. After the composer's death, posthumous opus numbers continued to be assigned to new publications of his work until 1867 (Op. post. 173). In the meanwhile also publications without opus number had started, for instance, from shortly after the composer's death, many songs in Diabelli's fifty "Nachlaß-Lieferung" (instalment from the heritage) editions.[7]

There are two attempts to publish everything Schubert has composed in a single edition:

Websites such as Schubert Online (schubert-online.at) provide facsimiles (scans) of Schubert's autographs and of other manuscripts and early editions of his work.[12] Texts of Schubert's vocal music can be published without the music, for instance his Lieder (songs) at the LiederNet Archive website.[13]

Works listed in the Deutsch catalogue[edit]

The 1951 first edition of the Deutsch catalogue attempted to list all dated works by Schubert in chronological order, assigning them a number from 1 to 965. Undated works were ordered in the range 966–992. Nos. 993–998 referred to manuscripts that had resurfaced shortly before the catalogue was printed.[7]

Later versions of the catalogue adhered to the general principles that Deutsch numbers below 966 referred, in a chronological order, to compositions by Schubert with an established time of composition, and that the range 966–992 was reserved for his compositions with an uncertain date of composition. Thus "Die Taubenpost", the last Lied Schubert composed, was reassigned from D 957 No. 14 to D 965A, and D 993, an early piano composition, to D 2E.[8]

Spurious and doubtful works (Anh. I)
Annex I of the first edition of the catalogue contains only a single composition under the header Spurious and doubtful works, but however also points to some compositions with authentication issues elsewhere in the catalogue.[7] The 1978 edition of the catalogue lists 32 spurious and doubtful works in its first Anhang (annex), including some that were for that reason removed from the main catalogue.[8]
Arrangements by Schubert (Anh. II)
The 1978 version of the catalogue lists 4 arrangements by Schubert in its second Anhang[8]
Works of others composers copied by Schubert (Anh. III)
Annex II in the first edition of the catalogue contains compositions by other composers copied by Schubert.[7] In the 1978 edition the list was expanded and became Anhang III.[8]
"Setting" vs. "version" distinction 
the New Schubert Edition distinguishes between Bearbeitung (setting) and Fassung (version), the first meaning an independent composition, the second stages of the same composition (modifications of essentially the same composition). Usually different settings have different D numbers, while versions are grouped under the same D number, unless when set for a different (group of) performer(s). The first edition of the Deutsch catalogue was less strict on that point, leading to Deutsch number reassignments in later publications. Example: D 174 is described as two settings of the same text in the original catalogue, the second having become "D deest" by the time it was published in Series IV, Volume 8 of the New Schubert Edition (while the music has no resemblance to the earlier setting). On the other hand, despite a difference in key and number of movements, the original D 567 and D 568 were ultimately published under the same D number as two versions of the same sonata.[7][8][11][9]
Legend to the table
column content
D utd most recent (utd = up to date) Deutsch catalogue number;[9] the basic collation of the list is according to these numbers – whether or not the possibility to adjust the sorting according to the content of other columns is available depends on the device with which the table is displayed.
Op.
pbl
Opus number (Op.; p indicates Post. = posthumous) and date of first publication (pbl; between brackets; when there is more than one date the earlier dates indicate partial publications). The column sorts to Opus number, then (earliest of) the publication date(s)
Name unique name, with, if available, a link to the relevant encyclopedia article; sorts by name with initial definite ("Der", "Die", "Das", ...) or indefinite ("Ein", "A", ...) articles, and numbers, moved after the expression they qualify: e.g. "Die Hoffnung, ..." sorts as "Hoffnung, Die, ..." – "Thirty Minuets ..." sorts as "Minuets, 30, ...".
Key / incipit incipit mostly for songs[14] (linking to lyrics and their translation, for instance at The LiederNet Archive, when available),[13] other compositions by key, except for theatre works: type of composition in brackets.
Date (presumed) date of composition, or, for copies and arrangements, date of Schubert's autograph. Sorts to earliest possible date of completion, unlike the chronology of the Deutsch catalogue that generally collates according to earliest date associated with the composition: e.g. Schubert started the composition of his 3rd String Quartet on 19 November 1812 and completed it on 21 February 1813 – in the Deutsch catalogue the composition is grouped with other compositions from 1812: when using the sort function of the 8th column the composition is grouped with compositions completed in 1813
Additional info may include:
  • Information about the text (lyrics,[14][13] libretto) of vocal compositions: e.g., "Text by [text author]", "Text: [standard lyrics]", "... from [literary work]"; "other settings: D ..." indicates Schubert's other settings of the same text; for fields starting with "Text ..." this column sorts by text author (last name, first name—or pen name when such name is more established), then incipit of the lyrics (alternatively, when the incipit is rarely used, title of the work)
  • Information about the authenticity of the composition: the work is without doubt Schubert's unless when marked as "Doubtful", "Spurious?" or "Spurious" (in the last case columns 3–8 give no further information about the composition)
  • Forces needed for performance ("For ..."):
    • may be omitted when the type of composition makes the instrumentation clear (e.g. String Quartet → two violins, viola and cello), and, for vocal music, when the setting is for voice and piano
    • "s", "a", "t" and "b" refer to a single soprano, alto, tenor and bass singer respectively, while "S", "A", "T" and "B" to choral parts for the same types of singers (see SATB).
  • Specifications regarding movements (e.g. "Allegro – Minuet – Rondo") or sections (e.g. "No. 1 ...")
  • Information about the completeness of the extant work: the work is considered complete as extant unless when marked "Sketch", "Incomplete", "Unfinished", "Fragment" or "Lost"
  • Information about versions (e.g. "Two versions: ...")
Compositions by Franz Schubert listed in the Deutsch catalogue
D
utd
Op.
pbl
Name Key Date Additional info
1–1C
1810 Up ↑
1 (1888) Fantasy, D 1 G major 8/4/1810–
1/5/1810
For piano duet; Two versions of Finale
1A (1969) Song, D 1A C minor before
1810?
For b and piano; Sketch; Music partly reused in D 39
1B Fantasy, D 1B G major 1810–1811 For piano duet; Fragment; Music related to D 1 and 7
1C Sonata, D 1C F major 1810–1811 For piano duet; Largo (fragment)
2–12
1811 Up ↑
2A Overture, D 2A D major 1811? For orchestra
2B Symphony, D 2B D major 1811? Adagio, Allegro con moto (fragment)
2C (1978) String Quartet, D 2C D minor or F major 1811? Fragment
2D (1956)
(1970)
Six Minuets, D 2D Various keys 1811 For winds; Nos. 1–2: piano version publ. in 1956; Nos. 4-6: sketches
2E Fantasy, D 2E C minor 1811 For piano
2F Trio, D 2F 1811 For winds?; Sketch; Belongs to a lost Minuet
2G Overture, D 2G D major 1810–1811? For orchestra; Fragment
3 (1978) String Quartet, D 3 C major 1812? Andante (fragment); Partly reused in D 29 and in an early sketch of D 36
4 (1886) Overture to the play Der Teufel als Hydraulicus (Overture to a comedy with singing)
D major
1812? For orchestra; Play by Albrecht [de] (plot similar to Weidmann [de]'s Der Bettelstudent)
5 (1894) Hagars Klage 30/03/1811 Text by Schücking [scores]; Music partly reused in D 8 and 9
6 (1894) Des Mädchens Klage, D 6 1811–1812 Text by Schiller, from Wallenstein: Die Piccolomini III, 7 (other settings: D 191 and 389)
7 (1894) Leichenfantasie 1811? Text by Schiller; reuses music of D 1B
8 (1970) Overture, D 8 C minor 29/6/1811 For string quintet (two violins, two violas and cello); Music reappears in D 8A
8A (1970) Overture, D 8A C minor After
12/7/1811
For string quartet; Based on D 8
9 (1888) Fantasy, D 9 G minor 20/9/1811 For piano duet
10 (1894) Der Vatermörder 26/12/1811 Text by Pfeffel
11 (1893)
(1897)
Der Spiegelritter (Singspiel in three acts) December
1811?
Text by Kotzebue; For ssssstttbbbbSATB and orchestra; Overture (publ. in 1897) – Nos. 1–8 (Act I, Nos. 2–3 and 8 are fragments, No. 3 not in AGA, part of No. 3 was D 966)
12 (1897) Overture, D 12 D major 1811–1812 For orchestra; Music partly reused in D 94
13–37
1812 Up ↑
13 Fugue, D 13 D minor c. 1812 For piano?; By Schubert?
14 Overture, D 14 c. 1812 Piano sketch; Lost
15 (1895) Der Geistertanz, D 15 c. 1812 Text by Matthisson (other settings: D 15A, 116 and 494); Fragment
15A (1895) Der Geistertanz, D 15A c. 1812 Text by Matthisson (other settings: D 15, 116 and 494); Fragment
16 (1940) Counterpoint exercises, D 16 G minor (Nos. 1–4); A minor (Nos. 5–7) 1823? Seven exercises in double counterpoint
17 (1940) Composition exercises, D 17 1812? Text by Metastasio, from Isacco I, "Aria dell' Angelo"; Nine settings with corrections by Salieri; No. 1, for s, related to D 30; No. 2 for ss; Nos. 3 and 5–6 for sat; Nos. 4 and 7–8 for satb (No. 7 not in 1940 publ.)
18 (1890) String Quartet No. 1 G minor / B major 1810–1811 Andante, Presto vivace – Minuet – Andante – Presto
19 String Quartet, D 19 1810–1811 Lost
19A String Quartet, D 19A 1810–1811 Lost
19B Waltzes and a March, D 19B 1812–1813? For piano; Lost
20 Overture, D 20 B major 1812 For string quartet; Lost
21 Six Variations, D 21 E major 1812 For piano; Lost
22 Twelve Minuets with Trios, D 22 1812 For piano; Lost
23 131p,3
(1830)
Klaglied 1812 Text by Rochlitz
24 Seven Variations, D 24 F major 1812? For piano; Fragment; Lost
24A Fugue, D 24A C major summer
1812?
For keyboard (organ or piano); Partly reused in D 24E
24B Fugue, D 24B G major summer
1812?
For keyboard (organ or piano); Two versions
24C Fugue, D 24C D minor summer
1812?
For keyboard (organ or piano)
24D Fugue, D 24D C major summer
1812?
For piano; Fragment; Partly reused in D 46
24E Mass, D 24E F major?
Gloria – Credo
summer
1812?
Text: Mass ordinary (other settings: D 31, 45, 49, 56, 66, 105, 167, 324, 452, 678, 755 and 950); For SATB and orchestra; Fragment of a Gloria and a Credo; Partly based on D 24A
25 Counterpoint exercises, D 25 started
18/6/1812
Four 2-part and three 3-part counterpoint exercises; Four 2-part imitation exercises
25A Counterpoint exercises, D 25A summer
1812?
Two 4-part counterpoint exercises
25B Counterpoint exercises, D 25B summer
1812?
Fifteen 3-part counterpoint exercises
25C Fugue, D 25C F major summer
1812?
Counterpoint exercise for two voices; Fragment
26 (1886) Overture, D 26 D major 26/6/1812 For orchestra
27 (1928) Salve Regina, D 27 F major
Salve Regina
28/06/1812 Text: Salve Regina (other settings: D 106, 223, 386, 676 and 811); For s and orchestra
28 (1923) Piano Trio, D 28, a.k.a. Sonata B major 27/7/1812–
28/8/1812
Allegro
29 (1888) Andante, D 29 C major 9/9/1812 For piano; Related to D 3 and 36
30 (1894) Der Jüngling am Bache, D 30 24/9/1812 Text by Schiller (other settings: D 192 and 638)
31 (1888) Kyrie, D 31 D minor
Kyrie
25/9/1812 Text: Mass ordinary (other settings: D 24E, 45, 49, 56, 66, 105, 167, 324, 452, 678, 755 and 950); For stSATB and orchestra; First part of a Mass
32 (1890)
(1897)
(1954)
String Quartet No. 2 C major Sep.–Oct.
1812
Presto (publ. in 1890) – Andante – Minuet (publ. in 1890, music partly reappears in D 128 No. 12) – Allegro con spirito (publ. partly in 1897)
33 (1940) Composition exercises, D 33 Sep.–Oct.
1812
Text by Metastasio, from Isacco II, "Aria di Abramo"; Six settings (No. 1 for s, Nos. 2 for sa, No. 3 for sat, Nos. 4–6 for satb) and an Allegretto (b?), with corrections by Salieri
34 (1940) Composition exercises, D 34 5/11/1812 Text by Metastasio, from Betulia liberata II, "Aria di Achior"; For satb; Two versions of start; With corrections by Salieri
35 (1940) Composition exercises, D 35 Oct.–Dec.
1812
Text by Metastasio, from La clemenza di Tito I, 5; Three settings (No. 1 for satb, No. 2 for SATB, No. 3 for t and accompaniment); With corrections by Salieri
36 (1890) String Quartet No. 3 B major 19/11/1812–
21/2/1813
Allegro – Andante – Minuet – Allegretto
37 74
(1827)
Die Advokaten 25/12/1812–
27/12/1812
Text by Rustenfeld [scores]; For ttb and piano
37A–91
1813 Up ↑
37A Fugue sketches, D 37A 1813? For piano
38 (1892) Totengräberlied, D 38 1813? Text by Hölty (other setting: D 44); For ttb
39 (1969) Lebenstraum early 1810? Text by Baumberg; Sketch; Music related to D 1A
39A Three Minuets with Trios, D 39A 1813 For orchestra; Lost
41 (1889) Thirty Minuets with Trios, D 41 Various keys 1813 For piano; Nos. 1–8, 11–18 and 20–23 are extant
41A Fugue, D 41A E minor 1813 For piano; Fragment
42 (1895)
(1969)
Aria di Timante 1813? Text by Metastasio, from Demofoonte III, 5; For s and piano; Two settings: 1st, not in AGA, consisting of two variant fragments
43 (1897) Sprüche des Confucius, D 43 8/7/1813 Text by Schiller (other settings: D 69 and 70); For ttb
44 (1894) Totengräberlied, D 44 19/1/1813 Text by Hölty (other setting: D 38)
45 (1888) Kyrie, D 45 B major
Kyrie
1/3/1813 Text: Mass ordinary (other settings: D 24E, 31, 49, 56, 66, 105, 167, 324, 452, 678, 755 and 950); For SATB
46 (1890) String Quartet No. 4 C major 3/3/1813–
7/3/1813
Adagio – Andante con moto – Minuet – Finale
47 (1974) Dithyrambe, D 47 29/3/1813 Text by Schiller (other setting: D 801); For tbSATB and piano; Fragment
48 (1871)
(1888)
Fantasy, D 48, a.k.a. Grand Sonata C minor April 1813–
10/6/1813
For piano duet; AGA includes concluding fugue
49 (1888) Kyrie, D 49 D minor
Kyrie
early April
1813–
15/4/1813
Text: Mass ordinary (other settings: D 24E, 31, 45, 56, 66, 105, 167, 324, 452, 678, 755 and 950); For satbSATB and orchestra; First part of a Mass
50 (1894) Die Schatten 12/4/1813 Text by Matthisson
51 (1897) Unendliche Freude, D 51 15/4/1813 Text by Schiller, stanza 3 from "Elysium" (other stanzas and settings: D 53, 54, 57, 58, 60 and 584); For ttb
52 (1868) Sehnsucht, D 52 15/4/1813–
17/4/1813
Text by Schiller (other setting: D 636); For b and piano
53 (1892) Vorüber die stöhnende Klage 18/4/1813 Text by Schiller, stanza 1 from "Elysium" (other stanzas and settings: D 51, 54, 57, 58, 60 and 584); For ttb
54 (1873) Unendliche Freude, D 54 19/4/1813 Text by Schiller, stanza 3 from "Elysium" (other stanzas and settings: D 51, 53, 57, 58, 60 and 584); Canon for three male voices
55 (1892) Selig durch die Liebe 21/4/1813 Text by Schiller, from "Der Triumph der Liebe": stanza 1; Other: D 61, 62, 63, 64, 983A; For ttb
56 (1892) Sanctus, D 56 B major
Sanctus
21/4/1813 Text: Mass ordinary (other settings: D 24E, 31, 45, 49, 66, 105, 167, 324, 452, 678, 755 and 950); Canon for three voices; Two versions
57 (1897) Hier strecket der wallende Pilger 29/4/1813 Text by Schiller, stanza 4 from "Elysium" (other stanzas and settings: D 51, 53, 54, 58, 60 and 584); For ttb
58 (1892) Dessen Fahne Donnerstürme wallte May 1813 Text by Schiller, stanza 5 from "Elysium" (other stanzas and settings: D 51, 53, 54, 57, 60 and 584); For ttb
59 (1832) Verklärung 4/5/1813 Text by Herder after Pope's "The dying Christian to his soul"
60 (1892) Hier umarmen sich getreue Gatten 3/10/1813 Text by Schiller, stanza 6 from "Elysium" (other stanzas and settings: D 51, 53, 54, 57, 58 and 584); For ttb
61 (1897) Ein jugendlicher Maienschwung 8/5/1813 Text by Schiller, from "Der Triumph der Liebe": stanza 9; Other: D 55, 62, 63, 64, 983A; Canon for three voices
62 (1897) Thronend auf erhabnem Sitz 9/5/1813 Text by Schiller, from "Der Triumph der Liebe": stanza 15; Other: D 55, 61, 63, 64, 983A
63 (1892) Wer die steile Sternenbahn 10/5/1813 Text by Schiller, from "Der Triumph der Liebe": stanza 26; Other: D 55, 61, 62, 64, 983A; For ttb
64 (1897) Majestät'sche Sonnenroße 10/5/1813 Text by Schiller, from "Der Triumph der Liebe": stanza 16; Other: D 55, 61, 62, 63, 983A; For ttb
65 (1892) Schmerz verzerret ihr Gesicht 11/5/1813 Text by Schiller, from "Gruppe aus dem Tartarus": stanza 2 (other settings: D 396 and 583); For ttb; Sketch
66 (1888) Kyrie, D 66 F major
Kyrie
12/5/1813 Text: Mass ordinary (other settings: D 24E, 31, 45, 49, 56, 105, 167, 324, 452, 678, 755 and 950); For SATB and orchestra
67 (1897) Frisch atmet des Morgens lebendiger Hauch 15/5/1813 Text by Schiller (other setting: D 402); For ttb
68 (1890) String Quartet No. 5 B major 8/6/1813–
18/8/1813
Allegro maestoso – Allegro; Middle movements missing
69 (1892) Sprüche des Confucius, D 69 8/7/1813 Text by Schiller (other settings: D 43 and 70); Canon for three voices
70 (1974) Sprüche des Confucius, D 70 8/7/1813 Text by Schiller (other settings: D 43 and 69); For ttb; Fragment
71 (1892) Die zwei Tugendwege 15/7/1813 Text by Schiller; For ttb
71A (1956) Alleluja, D 71A F major July 1813? Canon for three voices
71B Fugue, D 71B E minor July 1813 For piano; Fragment
71C Orchestral piece, D 71C D major Aug. or
Sep. 1813
Fragment; First pages, a.k.a. D 74A, based on D 74
72 (1889)
(1890)
Wind Octet F major completed
18/8/1813
Allegro (fragment, publ. in 1890) – Minuet – Allegro; Slow middle movement lost?
73 (1868) Thekla: Eine Geisterstimme, D 73 22/8/1813–
23/8/1813
Text by Schiller (other setting: D 595)
74 (1890) String Quartet No. 6 D major 22/8/1813–
Sep. 1813
Allegro ma non troppo – Andante – Minuet – Allegro
74A Orchestral piece, D 74A D major Aug. or
Sep. 1813
Fragment; Variant D number for first pages of D 71C
75 (1850) Trinklied, D 75 29/08/1813 Text by Schäffer [scores]; For bTTB and piano
76 (1871)
(1969)
Aria di Fronimo 7 and 13
Sep. 1813
Text by Metastasio, from Alcide al bivio, 1; For b and piano; Two versions (2nd in AGA)
77 (1831)
(1894)
Der Taucher 17/9/1813–
early 1815
Text by Schiller; Two versions: 2nd, publ. in 1894, was D 111
78 (1895) Aria di Venere 18/9/1813 Text by Metastasio, from Gli orti esperdi, I; For s and piano
79 (1889) Wind Nonet, a.k.a. Eine kleine Trauermusik or Franz Schuberts Begräbniß-Feyer E minor 19/9/1813 Grave con espressione
80 (1892) Zur Namensfeier meines Vaters 27/9/1813 Text by Schubert; For ttb and guitar
81 (1895) Auf den Sieg der Deutschen fall 1813 Text by Schubert? (other setting: D 88); For voice, two violins and cello
82 (1884) Symphony No. 1 D major completed
28/10/1813
Adagio, Allegro vivace – Andante – Minuet – Allegro vivace
83 (1895) Zur Namensfeier des Herrn Andreas Siller 28/10/1813–
4/11/1813
For voice, violin and harp
84 (1888) Des Teufels Lustschloß (Singspiel in three acts) 30/10/1813–
22/10/1814
Text by Kotzebue; Music for sssttbbbSSSATTBB and orchestra; Two versions: Overture (2nd version in AGA) – Act I (Nos. 1–11, 2nd version in AGA) – Act II (Nos. 12–17, 1st version only, in AGA) – Act III (Nos. 18–23, 1st version Nos. 21 and 23 only, 2nd version in AGA); Sketch of an orchestral piece (from 1st version of Act III?): compare D 94A
86 (1886) Minuet, D 86 D major November
1813?
For string quartet
87 125p,1
(1840)
String Quartet No. 10 E major November
1813
Allegro più moderato – Scherzo – Adagio – Allegro
87A Andante, D 87A C major November
1813
For four voices (string quartet or vocal ensemble?); Fragment
88 (1892) Verschwunden sind die Schmerzen 15/11/1813 Text by Schubert? (other setting: D 88); Canon for ttb
89 (1886) Five Minuets and Five German Dances Various keys 19/11/1813 For string quartet; Minuets have six Trios, German Dances have seven Trios and a Coda
91 (1956) Two Minuets, D 91 Various keys 22/11/1813 For piano; Each minuet with two Trios
92–126
1814 Up ↑
93 (1894) Don Gayseros 1815? Text by Motte Fouqué, from Der Zauberring; Nos. 2 and 3 incomplete
94 (1871) String Quartet No. 7 D major 1811 or
1812?
Allegro (partly reused in D 12) – Andante con moto – Minuet – Presto
94A Orchestral piece, D 94A B major c. 1814 Fragment; For 1st version of D 84, Act III?
94B Five Minuets and Six German Dances, D 94B 1814 For string quartet and two horns; Lost
95 (1848) Adelaide 1814 Text by Matthisson
97 (1894) Trost: An Elisa 1814 Text by Matthisson
98 (1894)
(1968)
Erinnerungen, D 98 fall 1814 Text by Matthisson (other setting: D 424); Two versions: 1st is fragment, 2nd in AGA
99 (1894) Andenken, D 99 April 1814 Text by Matthisson (other setting: D 423)
100 (1894) Geisternähe April 1814 Text by Matthisson
101 (1894) Erinnerung, D 101, a.k.a. Todtenopfer April 1814 Text by Matthisson
102 (1840) Die Betende fall 1814 Text by Matthisson; Partly reused in D 918
103 (1939) Quartettsatz, D 103 C minor 23/4/1814 Grave, Allegro (fragment); Completed by Alfred Orel in 1st ed.
104 (1895) Die Befreier Europas in Paris 16/5/1814 Text by Mikan; Two drafts and a final version
105 (1856) Mass No. 1 F major
Kyrie – Gloria – Credo – Sanctus & Benedictus – Agnus Dei
17/5/1814–
22/7/1814
Text: Mass ordinary (other settings: D 24E, 31, 45, 49, 56, 66, 167, 324, 452, 678, 755 and 950); For ssattbSATB and orchestra; 2nd setting of Dona nobis pacem was D 185; Partly reused in D 484
106 (1888) Salve Regina, D 106 B major
Salve Regina
28/6/1814–
1/7/1814
Text: Salve Regina (other settings: D 27, 223, 386, 676 and 811); For t and orchestra
107 (1894)
(1968)
Lied aus der Ferne July 1814 Text by Matthisson; Two versions: 1st in AGA
108 (1894) Der Abend, D 108 July 1814 Text by Matthisson
109 (1894) Lied der Liebe July 1814 Text by Matthisson
110 (1891) Wer ist groß? 24/7/1814–
25/7/1814
For bTTBB and orchestra
111A String Trio, D 111A B major 5/9/1814–
13/9/1814
Allegro (fragment); early version of D 112
112 168p
(1863)
String Quartet No. 8 B major 5/9/1814–
13/9/1814
Allegro ma non troppo – Andante sostenuto – Minuet – Presto; Based on D 111A
113 58,2
(1821)
(1826)
(1894)
An Emma 17/9/1814 Text by Schiller; Three versions: 2nd publ. in 1821 – 3rd is Op. 58 No. 2
114 (1868)
(1901)
Romanze, D 114 September
1814
Text by Matthisson; Two versions: 2nd in AGA
115 (1840) An Laura, als sie Klopstocks Auferstehungslied sang 2/10/1814–
7/10/1814
Text by Matthisson
116 (1840) Der Geistertanz, D 116 14/10/1814 Text by Matthisson (other settings: D 15, 15A and 494)
117 (1894) Das Mädchen aus der Fremde, D 117 16/10/1814 Text by Schiller (other setting: D 252)
118 2
(1821)
Gretchen am Spinnrade 19/10/1814 Text by Goethe, from Faust I, 15
119 (1850) Nachtgesang, D 119 30/11/1814 Text by Goethe
120 (1835) Trost in Tränen 30/11/1814 Text by Goethe
121 3,1
(1821)
(1894)
Schäfers Klagelied 30/11/1814–
28/2/1819?
Text by Goethe; Two versions: 1st is Op. 3 No. 1 – 2nd composed for 28/2/1819?
122 (1872) Ammenlied early Dec.
1814
Text by Lubi [scores]
123 (1842) Sehnsucht, D 123 3/12/1814 Text by Goethe
124 (1885)
(1894)
(1968)
Am See, D 124 3/12/1814–
7/12/1814
Text by Mayrhofer; Two versions: 1st is fragment – 2nd, modified in 1885 publ., in AGA
125 (1884) Symphony No. 2 B major 10/12/1814–
24/3/1815
Largo, Allegro vivace – Andante – Minuet – Presto vivace
126 (1832)
(1873)
Scene from Faust early Dec.–
12/12/1814
Text by Goethe, from Faust I, 20; Two versions: 2nd, publ. in 1832, in AGA
127–330
1815 Up ↑
128 (1897) Twelve Viennese German Dances Various keys 1812? For piano; Includes introduction; No. 12 related to D 32
129 (1892) Mailied, D 129 1815? Text by Hölty (other settings: D 199 and 503); For ttb
130 (1892) Der Schnee Zerrinnt 1815? Text by Hölty (other setting: D 202); Canon for three voices
131 (1892) Lacrimoso son io 1815? Canon for three voices; Two versions: 2nd is "Lacrimosa son io"
134 126p
(1830)
Ballade 1815? Text by Kenner
135 (1930) German Dance with Trio, D 135 E major 1815 For piano; Variant of D 146 No. 3 (other Trio)
136 46
(1825)
Offertory, D 136, a.k.a. Offertory No. 1 Totus in corde langueo
C major
1815? For s or t, clarinet or violin, and orchestra
137 (1893) Adrast (Singspiel) fall 1819–
early
1820[15]
Text by Mayrhofer; For stbTTBB and orchestra; Nos. 1–8 complete (abandoned variants for some numbers, Nos. 1–7 in AGA) and sketches and fragments for six further numbers; Overture: D 648?
138 5,1
(1821)
(1970)
Rastlose Liebe 19/5/1815–
May 1821
Text by Goethe; Two versions: 1st, in AGA, is Op. 5 No. 1
139 (1930) German Dance with Trio, D 139 C major (Trio in A major) 1815 For piano
140 (1850) Klage um Ali Bey, D 140 1815 Text by Claudius (other setting: D 496A); For ttb (and piano?)
141 131p,1
(1830)
Der Mondabend 1815 Text by Kumpf [de]
142 92,3
(1828)
(1885)
(1895)
Geistes-Gruß before
Apr. 1816–
after
Nov. 1821
Text by Goethe; Six versions: 2nd publ. in 1885 – 3rd and 5th not in AGA – 6th is Op. 92 No. 3
143 109p,2
(1829)
Genügsamkeit 1815 Text by Schober; Intro in 1st ed. not by Schubert
144 (1895) Romanze, D 144 April 1816 Text by Stolberg-Stolberg; Fragment
145 18
(1823)
12 Waltzes, 17 Ländler and 9 Écossaises, D 145 Various keys c. 1815
July 1821
For piano; Waltz No. 7 ≈ D 970 No. 2; Écossaises Nos. 5 and 6 identical to D 421 No. 1 and 697 No. 5
146 127p
(1824)
(1830)
20 Waltzes, D 146, a.k.a. Letzte Walzer Various keys 1815–
Feb. 1823
For piano; No. 2 publ. in 1824, all 20 as Op. posth. 127 in 1830
147 (1892) Bardengesang 20/1/1816? Text by Macpherson (Ossian), from Comala, transl. by E. Baron de Harold
148 131p,2
(1830)
Trinklied, D 148 February
1815
Text by Castelli; For tTTB and piano
149 117p
(1829)
(1894)
Der Sänger February
1815
Text by Goethe, from Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship; Two versions: 2nd is Op. posth. 117, AGA switches 1st and 2nd
150 (1830) Lodas Gespenst 17/1/1816 Text by Macpherson (Ossian), from Carric-thura, transl. by E. Baron de Harold; 1st ed. replaces end by music from D 277
151 (1850) Auf einen Kirchhof 2/2/1815 Text by Schlechta [de]
152 (1894) Minona 8/2/1815 Text by Bertrand [scores]
153 (1845) Als ich sie erröten sah 10/2/1815 Text by Ehrlich [scores]
154 (1897) Piano Sonata, D 154 E major 11/2/1815 Allegro (fragment); Partly reused in D 157
155 165p,3
(1862)
Das Bild 10/2/1815
156 (1887) Ten Variations, D 156 F major completed
15/2/1815
For piano; Variant of Theme and Var. II
157 (1888) Piano Sonata, D 157 E major started
18/2/1815
Allegro ma non troppo (partly reuses D 154) – Andante – Minuet
158 (1889) Écossaise, D 158 D minor – F major 21/2/1815 For piano
159 116p
(1829)
(1968)
Die Erwartung May 1816 Text by Schiller; Two versions: 2nd, in AGA, is Op. posth. 116
160 (1894) Am Flusse, D 160 27/2/1815 Text by Goethe (other setting: D 766)
161 19,2
(1825)
(1894)
An Mignon 27/2/1815 Text by Goethe; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 19 No. 2
162 5,2
(1821)
(1894)
Nähe des Geliebten 27/2/1815 Text by Goethe; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 5 No. 2
163 (1894) Sängers Morgenlied, D 163 27/2/1815 Text by Körner (other setting: D 165)
164 Liebesrausch, D 164 March 1815 Text by Körner (other setting: D 179); Fragment
165 (1872) Sängers Morgenlied, D 165 1/3/1815 Text by Körner (other setting: D 163)
166 (1894) Amphiaraos 1/3/1815 Text by Körner
167 (1846) Mass No. 2 G major
Kyrie – Gloria – Credo – Sanctus & Benedictus – Agnus Dei
2/3/1815–
7/3/1815
Text: Mass ordinary (other settings: D 24E, 31, 45, 49, 56, 66, 105, 324, 452, 678, 755 and 950); For stbSATB and orchestra; Tr and Ti added by Ferd. Schubert; R. Führer as composer in 1st publ.
168 (1872) Nun laßt uns den Leib begraben, a.k.a. Begräbnislied 9/3/1815 Text by Klopstock; For SATB and piano
168A (1872) Jesus Christus unser Heiland, der den Tod überwand, a.k.a. Osterlied 9/3/1815 Text by Klopstock; For SATB and piano
169 (1894) Trinklied vor der Schlacht 12/3/1815 Text by Körner; For double unison choir and piano
170 (1873) Schwertlied 12/3/1815 Text by Körner; For voice, unison choir and piano
171 (1831) Gebet während der Schlacht 12/3/1815 Text by Körner
172 Der Morgenstern, D 172 12/3/1815 Text by Körner (other setting: D 203); Fragment
173 (1871) String Quartet No. 9 G minor 25/3/1815–
1/4/1815
Allegro con brio – Andantino – Minuet – Allegro
174 (1845) Das war ich, D 174 26/3/1815 Text by Körner; D. 174 used to include Das war ich, D deest
175 (1888) Stabat Mater, D 175 G minor
Stabat Mater dolorosa
4/4/1815–
6/4/1815
For SATB and orchestra
176 (1872) Die Sterne, D 176 6/4/1815 Text by Fellinger [wikisource:de]
177 173p,3
(1867)
Vergebliche Liebe 6/4/1815 Text by Bernard
177A Am ersten Mai before
1821
Text by Bernard; Music lost; Spurious?
178 (1897) Adagio in G major, D 178 G major 8/4/1815 For piano; Two versions: 2nd is a fragment
179 (1872) Liebesrausch, D 179 8/4/1815 Text by Körner; (other setting: D 164)
180 (1894) Sehnsucht der Liebe 8/4/1815 Text by Körner
181 (1888) Offertory, D 181 10/4/1815–
11/4/1815
For SATB and orchestra
182 (1842) Die erste Liebe 12/4/1815 Text by Fellinger [wikisource:de]
183 (1887) Trinklied, D 183 12/4/1815 Text by Zettler [wikisource:de]; For voice, unison choir and piano
184 150p
(1843)
Gradual, D 184 Benedictus es, Domine
C major
15/4/1815–
17/4/1815
For SATB and orchestra
186 (1894) Die Sterbende May 1815 Text by Matthisson
187 (1894) Stimme der Liebe, D 187 May 1815 Text by Matthisson (other setting: D 418)
188 (1887) Naturgenuß, D 188 May 1815 Text by Matthisson (other setting: D 422)
189 111p,1
(1829)
An die Freude May 1815 Text by Schiller; For voice, unison choir and piano
190 (1888) Der vierjährige Posten (Singspiel in one act)
Includes: 5. Gott! Gott! höre meine Stimme
8/5/1815–
19/5/1815
Text by Körner; Music for stttbSATB and orchestra; Overture – Nos. 1–8 (No. 5 also for voice and piano)
191 58,3
(1826)
(1894)
Des Mädchens Klage, D 191 15/5/1815 Text by Schiller, from Wallenstein: Die Piccolomini III, 7 (other settings: D 6 and 389); Two versions: 2nd is Op. 58 No. 3
192 (1887) Der Jüngling am Bache, D 192 15/5/1815 Text by Schiller (other settings: D 30 and 638)
193 57,3
(1826)
An den Mond, D 193 17/5/1815 Text by Hölty; Autograph without piano intro
194 (1894) Die Mainacht 17/5/1815 Text by Hölty
195 173p,1
(1867)
Amalia 19/5/1815 Text by Schiller, from Die Räuber III, 1
196 172p,3
(1865)
An die Nachtigall 22/5/1815 Text by Hölty
197 (1850) An die Apfelbäume, wo ich Julien erblickte 22/5/1815 Text by Hölty
198 (1894) Seufzer 22/5/1815 Text by Hölty
199 (1885) Mailied, D 199 24/5/1815 Text by Hölty (other settings: D 129 and 503); For two voices or two horns
200 (1884) Symphony No. 3 D major 24/5/1815–
19/6/1815
Adagio maestoso, Allegro con brio – Allegretto – Minuet – Presto vivace
201 (1970) Auf den Tod einer Nachtigall, D 201 25/5/1815 Text by Hölty (other setting: D 399); Fragment
202 (1885) Mailied, D 202 26/5/1815 Text by Hölty (other setting: D 130); For two voices or two horns
203 (1892) Der Morgenstern, D 203 26/5/1815 Text by Körner (other setting: D 172); For two voices or two horns
204 (1892) Jägerlied 26/5/1815 Text by Körner; For two voices or two horns
204A Das Traumbild May 1815 Text by Hölty; Music lost
205 (1892) Lützows wilde Jagd 26/5/1815 Text by Körner; For two voices or two horns
206 (1872) Liebeständelei 26/5/1815 Text by Körner
207 (1894) Der Liebende 29/5/1815 Text by Hölty
208 (1895)
(1897)
Die Nonne 29/5/1815 Text by Hölty, from Balladen, No. 5; Two versions: 1st is fragment, incomplete in AGA – 2nd was D 212
209 38
(1825)
Der Liedler January 1815 Text by Kenner
210 (1838) Die Liebe, D 210, a.k.a. Klärchens Lied 3/6/1815 Text by Goethe, from Egmont, Act III, Scene 2, Clärchen's song
211 (1894) Adelwold und Emma 5/6/1815–
14/6/1815
Text by Bertrand [scores]
213 172p,1
(1865)
Der Traum 17/6/1815 Text by Hölty, from Balladen, No. 6
214 172p,2
(1865)
Die Laube 17/6/1815 Text by Hölty
215 (1906) Jägers Abendlied, D 215 20/6/1815 Text by Goethe (other setting: D 368)
215A (1952) Meeres Stille, D 215A 20/6/1815 Text by Goethe (other setting: D 216)
216 3,2
(1821)
Meeres Stille, D 216 21/6/1815 Text by Goethe (other setting: D 215A)
217 (1830) Kolmas Klage 22/6/1815 Text by Macpherson (Ossian), from The Songs of Selma (transl.)
218 (1848) Grablied 24/6/1815 Text by Kenner
219 (1848) Das Finden 25/6/1815 Text by Kosegarten
220 (1888) Fernando (Singspiel in one act) Jun. 1815–
9/7/1815
Text by Stadler, A. [scores]; Music for sstbb and orchestra; Nos. 1–7
221 118p,2
(1829)
Der Abend, D 221 15/7/1815 Text by Kosegarten
222 (1885) Lieb Minna: Romanze 2/7/1815 Text by Stadler, A. [scores]
223 47
(1825)
Salve Regina, D 223, a.k.a. Offertory No. 2 F major
Salve Regina
5/7/1815
28/1/1823
Text: Salve Regina (other settings: D 27, 106, 386, 676 and 811); For s and orchestra; Two versions: 2nd, in AGA, is Op. 47
224 4,3
(1821)
Wandrers Nachtlied, D 224 5/7/1815 Text by Goethe
225 5,3
(1821)
(1970)
Der Fischer 5/7/1815 Text by Goethe; Two versions: 2nd, in AGA, is Op. 5 No. 3
226 5,4
(1821)
Erster Verlust 5/7/1815 Text by Goethe
227 (1885) Idens Nachtgesang 7/7/1815 Text by Kosegarten
228 (1894) Von Ida 7/7/1815 Text by Kosegarten
229 108,3
(1824)
Die Erscheinung, a.k.a. Erinnerung, D 229 7/7/1815 Text by Kosegarten; Publ. as Op. 108 No. 3 in 1829
230 165p,4
(1855)
Die Täuschung 7/7/1815 Text by Kosegarten; Publ. as Op. posth. 165 No. 4 in 1862
231 172p,4
(1865)
Das Sehnen 8/7/1815 Text by Kosegarten
232 112p,3
(1829)
Hymne an den Unendlichen 11/7/1815 Text by Schiller; For satb and piano
233 118p,1
(1829)
Geist der Liebe, D 233 15/7/1815 Text by Kosegarten
234 118p,3
(1829)
Tischlied 15/7/1815 Text by Goethe
235 (1894) Abends unter der Linde, D 235 24/7/1815 Text by Kosegarten (other setting: D 237)
236 (1892) Das Abendrot, D 236 20/7/1815 Text by Kosegarten; for ssb and piano
237 (1872) Abends unter der Linde, D 237 25/7/1815 Text by Kosegarten (other setting: D 235)
238 (1894) Die Mondnacht 25/7/1815 Text by Kosegarten
239 (1893) Claudine von Villa Bella (Singspiel in three acts) started
26/7/1815
Text by Goethe; For ssttbbSATB and orchestra; Overture (in AGA) – Nos. 1–8 (Act I, in AGA) – No. 9 (fragment from Act II) – No. 10 (fragment from Act III); Other music lost
240 (1894) Huldigung 27/7/1815 Text by Kosegarten
241 (1894) Alles um Liebe 27/7/1815 Text by Kosegarten
242 (1892) Trinklied im Winter, a.k.a. Winterlied, D 242 August
1815?
Text by Hölty (other setting: D 242A); For ttb
242A Winterabend, D 242A,[16] a.k.a. Winterlied 1815? Text by Hölty (other setting: D 242)
243 (1892) Frühlingslied, D 243 August
1815?
Text by Hölty (other setting: D 398); For ttb
244 (1892) Willkommen, lieber schöner Mai August
1815?
Text by Hölty; Canon for three voices in two sections
246 (1830) Die Bürgschaft, D 246 August
1815
Text by Schiller; Partly reused in D 435
247 118p,6
(1829)
Die Spinnerin August
1815
Text by Goethe
248 118p,4
(1829)
Lob des Tokayers August
1815
Text by Baumberg
249 Die Schlacht, D 249 1/8/1815 Text by Schiller (other setting: D 387); Sketch
250 (1872) Das Geheimnis, D 250 7/8/1815 Text by Schiller (other setting: D 793)
251 (1872) Hoffnung, D 251 7/8/1815 Text by Schiller (other setting: D 637)
252 (1887) Das Mädchen aus der Fremde, D 252 12/8/1815 Text by Schiller (other setting: D 117)
253 (1887) Punschlied: Im Norden zu singen 18/8/1815 Text by Schiller; Two versions: 2nd for two voices
254 (1887) Der Gott und die Bajadere 18/8/1815 Text by Goethe
255 (1850) Der Rattenfänger 19/8/1815 Text by Goethe
256 (1887) Der Schatzgräber 19/8/1815 Text by Goethe
257 3,3
(1821)
Heidenröslein 19/8/1815 Text by Goethe
258 (1887) Bundeslied 19/8/1815 Text by Goethe
259 (1850) An den Mond, D 259 19/8/1815 Text by Goethe (other setting: D 296)
260 115p,2
(1829)
Wonne der Wehmut 20/8/1815 Text by Goethe; Reused in D
261 (1850) Wer kauft Liebesgötter? 21/8/1815 Text by Goethe, from Der Zauberflöte zweiter Teil
262 (1895) Die Fröhlichkeit 22/8/1815 Text by Prandstätter [de]
263 (1848) Cora an die Sonne 22/8/1815 Text by Baumberg
264 (1850)
(1872)
Der Morgenkuß 22/8/1815 Text by Baumberg; Two versions: 2nd, publ. in 1850, in AGA
265 (1895) Abendständchen: An Lina 23/8/1815 Text by Baumberg
266 (1895) Morgenlied, D 266 24/8/1815 Text by Stolberg-Stolberg
267 (1872) Trinklied, D 267 25/8/1815 For ttbb and piano
268 (1872) Bergknappenlied 25/8/1815 For ttbb and piano
269 (1848) Das Leben 25/8/1815 Text by Wannovius [scores]; Two versions: 1st for tbb and piano – 2nd, in AGA, for ssa and piano
270 118p,5
(1829)
An die Sonne, D 270 25/8/1815 Text by Baumberg
271 (1895) Der Weiberfreund 25/8/1815 Text by Ratschky [de], after Cowley
272 (1872) An die Sonne, D 272 25/8/1815 Text by Tiedge
273 (1895) Lilla an die Morgenröte 25/8/1815
274 (1850) Tischlerlied 25/8/1815
275 (1895) Totenkranz für ein Kind 25/8/1815 Text by Matthisson
276 (1895) Abendlied, D 276 28/8/1815 Text by Stolberg-Stolberg
277 (1892) Punschlied, D 277 29/8/1815 Text by Schiller; For ttb and piano
277A (1925) Minuet with Trio, D 277A A minor (minuet) / F major (trio) September
1815?
For piano; Partly reused in D 279
278 (1830)
(1897)
Ossians Lied nach dem Falle Nathos 1815 Text by Macpherson (Ossian), from Dar-Thula, transl. by E. Baron de Harold; Two versions: 1st is a fragment – 2nd publ. in 1830
279 (1888) Piano Sonata, D 279 C major September
1815
Allegro moderato – Andante – Minuet (partly based on D 277A); D 309A, or 346, may be 4th movement
280 (1837) Das Rosenband September
1815
Text by Klopstock
281 (1830) Das Mädchen von Inistore September
1815
Text by Macpherson (Ossian), from Fingal, Book I, transl. by E. Baron de Harold
282 (1830) Cronnan 5/9/1815 Text by Macpherson (Ossian), from Carric-thura, transl. by E. Baron de Harold
283 172p,5
(1865)
An den Frühling, D 283 6/9/1815 Text by Schiller (other settings: D 338 and 587)
284 (1895) Lied, D 284 6/9/1815 Text by Schiller(?)
285 (1885)
(1895)
Furcht der Geliebten, a.k.a. An Cidli 12/9/1815 Text by Klopstock, from Oden; Two versions: 2nd publ. in 1885
286 (1837)
(1895)
Selma und Selmar 14/9/1815 Text by Klopstock; Two versions: 2nd publ. in 1837
287 (1895) Vaterlandslied 14/9/1815 Text by Klopstock, from Oden; Two versions
288 (1895) An Sie 14/9/1815 Text by Klopstock, from Oden
289 (1895) Die Sommernacht 14/9/1815 Text by Klopstock; Two versions
290 (1837) Die frühen Gräber 14/9/1815 Text by Klopstock, from Oden
291 (1831)
(1895)
Dem Unendlichen 15/9/1815 Text by Klopstock; Three versions: 2nd publ. in 1831
293 (1830) Shilric und Vinvela 20/9/1815 Text by Macpherson (Ossian), from Carric-thura, transl. by E. Baron de Harold
294 (1892) Namensfeier für Franz Michael Vierthaler, a.k.a. Gratulations-Kantate 27/9/1815 For stbSTB and orchestra
295 (1872)
(1895)
Hoffnung, D 295 1815 or
1816?
Text by Goethe; Two versions: 1st publ. in 1872
296 (1868) An den Mond, D 296 1815 or
1816?
Text by Goethe (other setting: D 259)
297 (1850)
(1895)
Augenlied spring
1817?
Text by Mayrhofer; Two versions: 2nd publ. in 1850
298 (1895) Liane October
1815
Text by Mayrhofer
299 (1897)
(1912)
Twelve Écossaises, D 299 Various keys 3/10/1815 For piano; No. 1 similar to D 145 Écoss. No. 1; Nos. 9–12 publ. in 1912
300 (1842) Der Jüngling an der Quelle 1816 or
1817?
Text by Salis-Seewis
301 (1842) Lambertine 12/10/1815 Text by Stoll [scores]
302 (1895) Labetrank der Liebe 15/10/1815 Text by Stoll [scores]
303 (1887) An die Geliebte 15/10/1815 Text by Stoll [scores]; Music partly reused in D 497
304 (1895) Wiegenlied, D 304 15/10/1815 Text by Körner
305 (1895) Mein Gruß an den Mai 15/10/1815 Text by Kumpf [de]
306 (1895) Skolie, D 306 15/10/1815 Text by Deinhardstein [de]
307 (1895) Die Sternenwelten 15/10/1815 Text by Fellinger [wikisource:de], after Jarnik
308 (1895) Die Macht der Liebe 15/10/1815 Text by Kalchberg [wikisource:de]
309 (1872) Das gestörte Glück 15/10/1815 Text by Körner
309A Rondo, D 309A C major 1815 For piano; Fragment; 4th movement of D 279?
310 (1895) Sehnsucht, D 310, a.k.a. Lied der Mignon 18/10/1815 Text by Goethe, from Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship (other settings: D 359, 481, 656 and 877 Nos. 1 & 4); Two versions
311 An den Mond, D 311 19/10/1815? For voice and piano; Sketch without text
312 58,1
(1826)
(1895)
Hektors Abschied 19/10/1815 Text by Schiller; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 58 No. 1
313 (1895) Die Sterne, D 313 19/10/1815 Text by Kosegarten
314 (1887) Nachtgesang, D 314 19/10/1815 Text by Kosegarten
315 (1895) An Rosa I 19/10/1815 Text by Kosegarten
316 (1895) An Rosa II 19/10/1815 Text by Kosegarten; Two versions
317 (1895) Idens Schwanenlied 19/10/1815 Text by Kosegarten; Two versions: 2nd in AGA
318 (1895) Schwangesang 19/10/1815 Text by Kosegarten
319 (1895) Luisens Antwort 19/10/1815 Text by Kosegarten
320 (1895) Der Zufriedene 23/10/1815 Text by Reissig [de]
321 (1832) Mignon a.k.a. Mignons Gesang 23/10/1815 Text by Goethe, from Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship III, 1
322 (1837) Hermann und Thusnelda 27/10/1815 Text by Klopstock
323 (1895) Klage der Ceres 9/11/1815–
June 1816
Text by Schiller; Two versions: 2nd in AGA; A fragment of the last part was D 991
324 141p
(1837)
Mass No. 3 B major
Kyrie – Gloria – Credo – Sanctus & Benedictus – Agnus Dei
started
11/11/1815
Text: Mass ordinary (other settings: D 24E, 31, 45, 49, 56, 66, 105, 167, 452, 678, 755 and 950); For satbSATB and orchestra
324A Winterlied, D 324A 1816?[17]
325 (1895) Harfenspieler, D 325 13/11/1815 Text by Goethe, from Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship (other setting: D 478 No. 1)
326 (1888) Die Freunde von Salamanka (Singspiel in two acts) 18/11/1815–
31/12/1815
Text by Mayrhofer; Music for ssstttbbbbbbSATB and orchestra; Overture – Act I (Nos. 1–7) – Act II (Nos. 8–18, with music of No. 12 reappearing in D 803 and of No. 14 in D 796 No. 15)
327 Lorma, D 327 28/11/1815 Text by Macpherson (Ossian), from The Battle of Lora, transl. by E. Baron de Harold (other setting: D 376); Fragment
328 1
(1821)
(1895)
Erlkönig October
1815?
Text by Goethe; Four versions: 2nd and 3rd switched in AGA – 4th is Op. 1
329 (1895) Die drei Sänger 23/12/1815 Text by Bobrik [scores]; Fragment
329A Das Grab, D 329A 28/12/1815? Text by Salis-Seewis (other settings: D 330, 377, 569 and 643A); Canon for SATB; Sketch
330 (1895) Das Grab, D 330 28/12/1815 Text by Salis-Seewis (other settings: D 329A, 377, 569 and 643A); For choir and piano
331–510
1816 Up ↑
331 (1866) Der Entfernten, D 331 c. 1816 Text by Salis-Seewis (other setting: D 350); For ttbb; Identical to former D 332
334 (1897) Minuet with Trio, D 334 A major (minuet) / E major (trio) before
fall 1815
For piano
335 (1897) Minuet with two Trios E major 1813? For piano
337 (1860) Die Einsiedelei, D 337, a.k.a. Lob der Einsamkeit c. 1816 Text by Salis-Seewis (other settings: D 393 and 563); For ttbb
338 (1891) An den Frühling, D 338 c. 1816 Text by Schiller (other settings: D 283 and 587); For ttbb
342 (1885) An mein Klavier a.k.a. Seraphine an ihr Klavier c. 1816 Text by Schubart
343 (1831) Am Tage Aller Seelen a.k.a. Litanei auf das Fest Aller Seelen August
1816
Text by Jacobi; Two versions: 1st, in AGA, publ. in 1831
344 Am ersten Maimorgen 1816? Text by Claudius
345 (1897) Violin Concerto, a.k.a. Konzertstück (Concert Piece) D major 1816 Adagio, Allegro
346 (1897) Allegretto, D 346 C major 1816? For piano; Fragment; 4th movement of D 279?
347 (1897) Allegro moderato, D 347 C major 1813? For piano; Fragment
348 (1897) Andantino, D 348 C major 1816? For piano; Fragment
349 (1897) Adagio, D 349 C major 1816? For piano; Fragment
350 (1885) Der Entfernten, D 350 1816? Text by Salis-Seewis (other setting: D 331)
351 (1895) Fischerlied, D 351 1816? Text by Salis-Seewis (other settings: D 364 and 562)
352 (1847) Licht und Liebe a.k.a. Nachtgesang 1816? Text by Collin, M. C.; For st and piano
353 125p,2
(1840)
String Quartet No. 11 E major 1816 Allegro con fuoco – Andante – Minuet – Rondo
354 (1930) Four Komische Ländler D major January
1816
For two violins
355 (1928) Eight Ländler, D 355 F minor January
1816
For violin(?)
356 (1844) Trinklied, D 356 1816 For vocal soloist, TTBB and piano; Piano part lost (by Czerny in 1844 ed.)
357 (1892) Goldner Schein 1/5/1816 Text by Matthisson; Canon for three voices
358 (1849) Die Nacht, D 358 1816 Text by Uz
359 (1872) Sehnsucht, D 359 a.k.a. Lied der Mignon 1816 Text by Goethe, from Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship (other settings: D 310, 481, 656 and 877 Nos. 1 & 4)
360 65,1
(1826)
Lied eines Schiffers an die Dioskuren 1816 Text by Mayrhofer
361 109p,1
(1829)
Am Bach im Frühling 1816 Text by Schober; Piano intro probably not by Schubert
362 (1895) Zufriedenheit, D 362, a.k.a. Lied 1815 or
1816?
Text by Claudius (other setting: D 501)
363 An Chloen, D 363 1816 Text by Uz; Fragment
364 (1897) Fischerlied, D 364 1816 or
1817?
Text by Salis-Seewis (other settings: D 351 and 562); For ttbb
365 9
(1821)
36 Original Dances a.k.a. Erste Walzer Various keys c. Mar. 1818–
Jul. 1821
For piano; No. 2 publ. in 1826 as Beethoven's (Kinksky Anh. 14 No. 1)
366 (1824)
(1869)
17 Ländler, D 366 Various keys c. Jul. 1824–
Nov. 1824
For piano; Nos. 6 and 17 publ. in 1824; No. 7 partly reappears in D 618 and No. 17 in D 814
367 5,5
(1821)
Der König in Thule early 1816 Text by Goethe, from Faust I, 8
368 3,4
(1821)
Jägers Abendlied, D 368 early 1816? Text by Goethe (other setting: D 215)
369 19,1
(1825)
An Schwager Kronos 1816 Text by Goethe
370 (1930) Nine Ländler, D 370 D major January
1816
For violin?; No. 7 reused in D 378 No. 6
371 (1872) Klage, D 371 January
1816
Two versions: 1st, a sketch, was D 292
372 (1895) An die Natur 15/1/1816 Text by Stolberg-Stolberg
373 (1895) Lied, D 373 15/1/1816? Text by Motte Fouqué, from Undine
374 (1902) 11 Ländler, D 374 B major February
1816?
For violin; Nos. 1–3, 5, 7 and 11 reused in Nos. 1–5 and 7 of D 378; No. 2 also partly in D 146 No. 10
375 (1830) Der Tod Oskars February
1816
Text by Macpherson (Ossian), transl. by E. Baron de Harold
376 (1895) Lorma, D 376 10/2/1816 Text by Macpherson (Ossian), from The Battle of Lora, transl. by E. Baron de Harold (other setting: D 327); Fragment
377 (1872) Das Grab, D 377 11/2/1816 Text by Salis-Seewis (other settings: D 329A, 330, 569 and 643A); For TTBB and piano
378 (1889) Eight Ländler, D 378 B major 13/2/1816 For piano; Nos. 1–5 and 7 reuse D 374 Nos. 1–3, 7, 11 and 5; No. 2 partly in D 146 No. 10; No. 6 reuses D 370 No. 7
379 (1859) Deutsches Salve Regina (German Salve Regina) Sei, Mutter der Barmherzigkeit
F major
21/2/1816 Text: after Salve Regina; For SATB and organ
380 (1897)
(1956)
(1989)
Three Minuets, each with Two Trios E major (No. 1)
A major (No. 2)
C major (No. 3)
22/2/1816 For piano; AGA only Nos. 1–2; Start of No. 3, a fragment (1st trio incomplete, 2nd trio missing), reused in D 557
381 (1895) Morgenlied, D 381 24/2/1816
382 (1895) Abendlied, D 382 24/2/1816
383 (1888) Stabat Mater, D 383, a.k.a. Deutsches Stabat Mater (German Stabat Mater) Jesus Christus schwebt am Kreuze
F minor
started
28/2/1816
Text by Klopstock after Stabat Mater; For stbSATB and orchestra; Sketch for Nos. 5–6 was D 992
384 137p,1
(1836)
Violin Sonata, D 384, a.k.a. Sonatina No. 1 D major March 1816 Allegro molto (+early version in NSA) – Andante – Allegro vivace
385 137p,2
(1836)
Violin Sonata, D 385, a.k.a. Sonatina No. 2 A minor March 1816 Allegro moderato – Andante – Minuet – Allegro
386 (1833) Salve Regina, D 386 B major
Salve Regina
early 1816 Text: Salve Regina (other settings: D 27, 106, 223, 676 and 811); For SATB
387 (1897) Die Schlacht, D 387 March 1816 Text by Schiller (other setting: D 249); Sketch for vocal soloists, choir and piano; Music partly in D 249 and 602 No. 1
388 (1895) Laura am Klavier March 1816 Text by Schiller; Two versions
389 (1873) Des Mädchens Klage, D 389 March 1816 Text by Schiller, from Wallenstein: Die Piccolomini III, 7 (other settings: D 6 and 191)
390 (1895) Entzückung an Laura, D 390 March 1816 Text by Schiller (other setting: D 577)
391 111p,3
(1829)
Die vier Weltalter March 1816 Text by Schiller
392 (1895) Pflügerlied March 1816 Text by Salis-Seewis
393 (1845) Die Einsiedelei, D 393 March 1816 Text by Salis-Seewis (other settings: D 337 and 563)
394 (1895) An die Harmonie a.k.a. Gesang an die Harmonie March 1816 Text by Salis-Seewis
395 111p,2
(1829)
Lebensmelodien March 1816 Text by Schlegel, A. W.
396 (1975) Gruppe aus dem Tartarus, D 396 March 1816 Text by Schiller (other settings: D 65 and 583); Fragment
397 (1832) Ritter Toggenburg 13/3/1816 Text by Schiller
398 (1887) Frühlingslied, D 398 13/5/1816 Text by Hölty (other setting: D 243)
399 (1895) Auf den Tod einer Nachtigall, D 399 13/5/1816 Text by Hölty (other setting: D 201)
400 (1895) Die Knabenzeit 13/5/1816 Text by Hölty
401 (1895) Winterlied, D 401 13/5/1816 Text by Hölty
402 (1872) Der Flüchtling 18/3/1816 Text by Schiller (other setting: D 67)
403 (1845)
(1895)
Lied, D 403 27/3/1816 Text by Salis-Seewis; Four versions: 1st, publ. in 1845, and 2nd in AGA; Music partly reappears in D 877 No. 4
404 (1885) Die Herbstnacht a.k.a. Die Wehmuth March 1816 Text by Salis-Seewis
405 (1895) Der Herbstabend April 1816 Text by Salis-Seewis; Two versions: 1st in AGA
406 (1887) Abschied von der Harfe March 1816 Text by Salis-Seewis
407 (1891)
(1892)
Beitrag zur fünfzigjährigen Jubelfeier des Herrn von Salieri before
16/6/1816
Text by Schubert; Quartet for ttbb (+variant in AGA XIX, formerly D 441, for ttb and piano) – Aria for t and piano – Canon for three voices
408 137p,3
(1836)
Violin Sonata, D 408, a.k.a. Sonatina No. 3 G minor April 1816 Allegro giusto – Andante – Minuet – Allegro moderato
409 (1872) Die verfehlte Stunde April 1816 Text by Schlegel, A. W.
410 115p,3
(1829)
Sprache der Liebe April 1816 Text by Schlegel, A. W.
411 (1887) Daphne am Bach April 1816 Text by Stolberg-Stolberg
412 (1838) Stimme der Liebe, D 412 April 1816 Text by Stolberg-Stolberg; Two versions: 2nd in AGA
413 (1895) Entzückung April 1816 Text by Matthisson
414 (1895) Geist der Liebe, D 414 April 1816 Text by Matthisson (other setting: D 747)
415 (1895) Klage, D 415 April 1816 Text by Matthisson
416 (1825) Lied in der Abwesenheit April 1816 Text by Stolberg-Stolberg; Fragment
417 (1884) Symphony No. 4
Tragic
C minor completed
27/4/1816
Adagio molto, Allegro vivace – Andante – Minuet – Allegro
418 (1895) Stimme der Liebe, D 418 29/4/1816 Text by Matthisson (other setting: D 187)
419 (1895) Julius an Theone 30/4/1816 Text by Matthisson
420 (1871) Twelve German Dances, D 420 Various keys 1816 For piano; No. 10 reappears in D 679 No. 1
421 (1889) Six Écossaises, D 421 Various keys May 1816 For piano; No. 1 after D 145 Écoss. No. 5
422 16,2
(1823)
Naturgenuß, D 422 1822? Text by Matthisson (other setting: D 188); For ttbb and piano
423 (1974) Andenken, D 423 May 1816 Text by Matthisson (other setting: D 99); For ttb
424 (1974) Erinnerungen, D 424 May 1816 Text by Matthisson (other setting: D 98); For ttb
425 Lebensbild May 1816 Lost: may be related to D Anh. I/23 with the same lyrics as D 508; For ttb
426 Trinklied, D 426 May 1816 Lost; Text by Bürger(?); For ttb
427 (1892) Trinklied im Mai May 1816 Text by Hölty; For ttb
428 (1974) Widerhall May 1816 Text by Matthisson; For ttb
429 (1885) Minnelied May 1816 Text by Hölty
430 (1895) Die frühe Liebe May 1816 Text by Hölty; Two versions: 1st in AGA
431 (1887) Blumenlied May 1816 Text by Hölty
432 (1850)
(1895)
Der Leidende a.k.a. Klage, D 432 May 1816 Other setting: D Anh. I/28; Two versions: 1st publ. in 1850
433 (1895) Seligkeit May 1816 Text by Hölty
434 (1850) Erntelied May 1816 Text by Hölty
435 (1893) Die Bürgschaft, D 435 (Opera in three acts) started
2/5/1816
For four sopranos, three tenors, three basses, two baritones, SATB and orchestra; Unfinished: Nos. 1–9 (Act I) – Nos. 10–14 (Act II, No. 13 in NSA III, 4, No. 14 reuses part of D 246) – Nos. 15–16 (Act III, No. 16 is fragment)
436 (1850) Klage, D 436 12/5/1816 Text by Hölty; Two versions: 1st publ. in 1850 – 2nd was D 437
438 (1897) Rondo, D 438 A major June 1816 For violin and string orchestra
439 (1872) An die Sonne, D 439 June 1816 Text by Uz; For satb and piano
440 (1839) Chor der Engel June 1816 Text by Goethe, from Faust I, 1; For SATB
442 (1847) Das große Halleluja June 1816 Text by Klopstock; For voice(s?) and piano
443 (1895) Schlachtlied, D 443, a.k.a. Schlachtgesang June 1816 Text by Klopstock, from Oden (other setting: D 912); For voice(s?) and piano
444 (1831) Die Gestirne June 1816 Text by Klopstock, from Oden
445 (1837) Edone June 1816 Text by Klopstock, from Oden
446 (1887) Die Liebesgötter June 1816 Text by Uz
447 (1895) An den Schlaf June 1816
448 (1887) Gott im Frühlinge June 1816 Text by Uz; Two versions: 1st, publ. in 1887, in AGA
449 (1872) Der gute Hirt June 1816 Text by Uz
450 (1832)
(1895)
Fragment from Aeschylus June 1816 Text by Mayrhofer after Aeschylus' Eumenides (Oresteia III); Two versions: 2nd publ. in 1832
451 Prometheus, D 451 17/6/1816 Text by Draexler von Carin [de]; Lost; Cantata for soprano, bass, choir and orchestra
452 48
(1825)
(1829)
Mass No. 4 C major
Kyrie – Gloria – Credo – Sanctus & Benedictus – Agnus Dei
Jun. 1816–
Oct. 1828
Text: Mass ordinary (other settings: D 24E, 31, 45, 49, 56, 66, 105, 167, 324, 678, 755 and 950); For satbSATB and orchestra; 2nd setting of "Benedictus", publ. in 1829, was D 961
453 Requiem C minor
Introitus – Kyrie
July 1816 Fragment; For SATB and orchestra
454 (1872) Grablied auf einen Soldaten July 1816 Text by Schubart
455 (1887) Freude der Kinderjahre July 1816 Text by Köpken [scores]
456 (1887) Das Heimweh, D 456 July 1816 Text by Hell
457 44
(1827)
An die untergehende Sonne July 1816–
May 1817
Text by Kosegarten
458 (1872) Aus Diego Manazares: Ilmerine 30/07/1816 Text by Schlechta [de] from Diego Manazares
459 (1843) Piano Sonata, D 459 E major August
1816
Allegro moderato – Scherzo; With D 459A a.k.a. Fünf Klavierstücke
459A (1843) Three piano pieces, D 459A C major (No. 1)
A major (No. 2)
E major (No. 3)
1816? Adagio – Scherzo – Allegro patetico; With D 459 a.k.a. Fünf Klavierstücke
460 (1888) Tantum ergo, D 460 C major August
1816
Text by Aquinas (other settings: D 461, 730, 739, 750, 962 and Anh. I/17); For sSATB and orchestra
461 (1935) Tantum ergo, D 461 C major August
1816
Text by Aquinas (other settings: D 460, 730, 739, 750, 962 and Anh. I/17); For satbSATB and orchestra
462 (1895) An Chloen, D 462 August
1816
Text by Jacobi
463 (1895) Hochzeit-Lied August
1816
Text by Jacobi
464 (1895) In der Mitternacht August
1816
Text by Jacobi
465 (1885) Trauer der Liebe August
1816
Text by Jacobi; Two versions: 1st, in AGA, publ. 1885
466 (1872) Die Perle August
1816
Text by Jacobi
467 (1885) Pflicht und Liebe August
1816
Text by Gotter; Fragment
468 (1895) An den Mond, D 468 07/08/1816 Text by Hölty
469 (1897) Mignon, D 469 September
1816
Text by Goethe, from Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship (other settings: D 727 and 877 No. 3); Two versions, both fragments
470 (1886) Overture, D 470 B major September
1816
For orchestra; Overture to D 472(?); Fragment for string quartet was D 601
471 (1890)
(1897)
String Trio, D 471 B major September
1816
Allegro (AGA VI) – Andante sostenuto (fragment, in AGA XXII)
472 128p
(1830)
(1892)
Kantate zu Ehren von Josef Spendou September
1816
Text by Hoheisel [scores]; For sstbSSATB and orchestra (piano reduction in 1st ed.); Overture: D 470(?); Recitative, aria with choir – Recitative, duet – Recitative, choir – Recitative, quartet with choir
473 (1833)
(1895)
Liedesend September
1816
Text by Mayrhofer; Two versions: 2nd in 1st ed.
474 (1832)
(1895)
Lied des Orpheus, als er in die Hölle ging September
1816
Text by Jacobi; Two versions: 2nd in 1st ed.
475 (1885) Abschied: Nach einer Wallfahrts-Arie bearbeitet September
1816
Text by Jacobi
476 (1872) Rückweg September
1816
Text by Mayrhofer
477 (1895) Alte Liebe rostet nie September
1816
Text by Mayrhofer
478 12
(1822)
(1895)
Gesänge des Harfners aus "Wilhelm Meister" September
1816–1822
Text by Goethe, from Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship (other setting of No. 1: D 325); No. 2 was D 480; No. 3 was D 479; Two versions: 1st, Harfenspieler I/III/II, composed 1816, publ. 1895, has two variants of No. 2 – 2nd, 1822, is Op. 12
481 (1895) Sehnsucht, D 481 September
1816
Text by Goethe, from Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship (other settings: D 310, 359, 656 and 877 Nos. 1 & 4)
482 (1895) Der Sänger am Felsen September
1816
Text by Pichler, from Idyllen
483 (1895) Lied, D 483 September
1816
Text by Pichler, from Idyllen
484 (1895) Gesang der Geister über den Wassern, D 484 September
1816
Text by Goethe (other settings: D 538, 705 and 714); Fragment
485 (1885) Symphony No. 5 B major Sept.–3 Oct.
1816
Allegro – Andante con moto – Minuet – Allegro vivace
486 (1888) Magnificat Magnificat anima mea Dominum
C major
15/09/1815 Text by Luke (Vulgate translation); For satbSATB and orchestra
487 (1865) Adagio e Rondo concertante F major October 1816 For piano quartet
488 (1888) Auguste jam coelestium October 1816 Duet for st and orchestra
489 4,1
(1821)
(1895)
(1970)
Der Wanderer, D 489, a.k.a. Der Unglückliche October 1816 Text by Schmidt von Lübeck; Three versions: 1st and 3rd in AGA 1895 – 2nd and 3rd were D 493 (2nd publ. 1970 – 3rd is Op. 4 No. 1); Music partly reappears in D 760
490 (1895) Der Hirt October 1816 Text by Mayrhofer
491 (1887) Geheimnis: An F. Schubert October 1816 Text by Mayrhofer
492 (1849) Zum Punsche, D 492 October 1816 Text by Mayrhofer
494 (1871) Der Geistertanz, D 494 November 1816 Text by Matthisson (other settings: D 15, 15A and 116); For ttbbb
495 (1868) Abendlied der Fürstin November 1816 Text by Mayrhofer
496 (1885) Bei dem Grabe meines Vaters November 1816 Text by Claudius
496A (1968) Klage um Ali Bey, D 496A November 1816 Text by Claudius (other setting: D 140)
497 98,1
(1829)
An die Nachtigall, D 497 November 1816 Text by Claudius
498 98,2
(1829)
Wiegenlied, D 498 November 1816
499 (1885) Abendlied, D 499 November 1816 Text by Claudius
500 (1895) Phidile November 1816 Text by Claudius
501 (1895) Zufriedenheit, D 501 November 1816 Text by Claudius (other setting: D 362); Two versions: 1st in AGA
502 (1872) Herbstlied, D 502 November 1816 Text by Salis-Seewis
503 Mailied, D 503 November 1816 Text by Hölty (other settings: D 129 and 199)
504 6,3
(1821)
(1970)
Am Grabe Anselmos 4/11/1816 Text by Claudius; Two versions: 1st, in AGA, is Op. 6 No. 3
505 145p,1
(1848)
(1897)
Adagio, D 505 D major September
1818?
For piano; 2nd movement of D 625?; Abridged variant in E major, in AGA XXI, is Op. posth. 145 No. 1
506 145p,2
(1848)
Rondo, D 506 E major June 1817? For piano; 4th movement of D 566?
507 (1895) Skolie, D 507 December 1816 Text by Matthisson
508 (1845) Lebenslied, D 508 December 1816 Text by Matthisson (other settings: D Anh. I, 23, and possibly 425)
509 (1872) Leiden der Trennung December 1816 Text by Metastasio, from Artaserse III, 1, "L'onda dal mar divisa", transl. by Collin, H. J.; Two versions: 1st is a fragment – 2nd in AGA
510 (1895) Vedi quanto adoro December 1816 Text by Metastasio, from Didone abbandonata II, 4; Aria for soprano and piano; Clean copy and three sketches; Last extant autograph with corrections by Salieri[15]
511–598
1817 Up ↑
511 Écossaise, D 511 E major c. 1817 For piano
513 (1891) La pastorella al prato, D 513 1817? Text by Goldoni, from Il filosofo di campagna II, 16 (other setting: D 528); For ttbb and piano
513A Nur wer die Liebe kennt 1817? Text by Werner; Sketch
514 7,1
(1823)
Die abgeblühte Linde 1817? Text by Széchényi [scores]
515 7,2
(1823)
Der Flug der Zeit 1817? Text by Széchényi [scores]
516 8,2
(1822)
Sehnsucht, D 516 1816? Text by Mayrhofer
517 13,1
(1822)
(1972)
Der Schäfer und der Reiter April 1817 Text by Motte Fouqué; Two versions: 2nd, in AGA, is Op. 13 No. 1
518 (1824) An den Tod 1816 or 1817 Text by Schubart; For b and piano
519 173p,5
(1867)
Die Blumensprache 1817? Text by Platner [scores] (?)
520 (1850)
(1895)
Frohsinn January
1817
Text by Castelli; Two versions: 1st in AGA
521 (1830)
(1895)
Jagdlied January
1817
Text by Werner, from Wanda, Königin der Sarmaten I (other text in 1830 ed.); For voice (or: unison choir) and piano
522 (1895) Die Liebe, D 522 January
1817
Text by Leon [de]
523 (1885) Trost, D 523 January
1817
524 13,3
(1822)
(1895)
(1970)
Der Alpenjäger, D 524 January
1817
Text by Mayrhofer; Three versions: 2nd, not in AGA, is for b and piano – 3rd is Op. 13 No. 3
525 21,3
(1823)
(1970)
Wie Ulfru fischt January
1817
Text by Mayrhofer; For b and piano; Two versions: 2nd, in AGA, is Op. 21 No. 3
526 (1832) Fahrt zum Hades January
1817
Text by Mayrhofer; For b and piano
527 24,2
(1823)
(1975)
Schlaflied a.k.a. Abendlied a.k.a. Schlummerlied January
1817
Text by Mayrhofer; Two versions: 2nd, in AGA, is Op. 24 No. 2
528 (1872) La pastorella al prato, D 528 January
1817
Text by Goldoni, from Il filosofo di campagna II, 16 (other setting: D 513); Arietta for soprano and piano
529 (1871)
(1897)
Eight Écossaises, D 529 Various keys February
1817
For piano; Nos. 1–3, 6 and 8 publ. 1871
530 109p,3
(1829)
An eine Quelle February
1817
Text by Claudius
531 7,3
(1823)
Der Tod und das Mädchen February
1817
Text by Claudius; Music partly reappears in D 810
532 (1895) Das Lied vom Reifen February
1817
Text by Claudius; Fragment (completed in AGA)
533 (1876)
(1895)
Täglich zu singen February
1817
Text by Claudius; 1876 publ. is piano reduction
534 (1830) Die Nacht, D 534 February
1817
Text by Macpherson (Ossian), from Domhnull mac Fhionnlaidh, transl. by E. Baron de Harold
535 (1853)
(1895)
Lied, D 535 February
1817
For s and small orchestra; 1853 ed. is arrangement
536 21,2
(1823)
(1970)
Der Schiffer, D 536 1817? Text by Mayrhofer; For b and piano; Two versions: 2nd, in AGA, is Op. 21 No. 2
537 164p
(1852)
Piano Sonata, D 537 A minor March 1817 Allegro ma non troppo – Allegretto quasi Andantino – Allegro vivace
538 (1891) Gesang der Geister über den Wassern, D 538 March 1817 Text by Goethe (other settings: D 484, 705 and 714); For ttbb
539 8,4
(1822)
Am Strome March 1817 Text by Mayrhofer
540 (1831) Philoktet March 1817 Text by Mayrhofer
541 6,1
(1821)
Memnon March 1817 Text by Mayrhofer
542 6,2
(1821)
Antigone und Oedip March 1817 Text by Mayrhofer
543 92,2
(1828)
(1895)
Auf dem See March 1817 Text by Goethe; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 92 No. 2
544 19,3
(1825)
Ganymed March 1817 Text by Goethe
545 (1872)
(1895)
Der Jüngling und der Tod March 1817 Text by Spaun; Two versions: 1st is duet – 2nd publ. 1872
546 101p,3
(1827)
Trost im Liede March 1817 Text by Schober; Publ. as Op. posth. 101 No. 3 in 1828
547 88,4
(1827)
(1895)
An die Musik March 1817 Text by Schober; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 88 No. 4
548 (1831) Orest auf Tauris March 1817 Text by Mayrhofer
549 (1895) Mahomets Gesang, D 549 March 1817 Text by Goethe (other setting: D 721); Fragment
550 32
(1820)
(1895)
(1975)
Die Forelle late 1816–
October 1821
Text by Schubart; Five versions: 1st–4th in AGA – 4th publ. as Op. 32 in 1827; Music partly reappears in D 667
551 (1831) Pax vobiscum April 1817 Text by Schober
552 20,3
(1823)
(1970)
Hänflings Liebeswerbung April 1817 Text by Kind; Two versions: 2nd, in AGA, is Op. 20 No. 3; Music related to D 972 No. 3
553 21,1
(1823)
Auf der Donau April 1817 Text by Mayrhofer; For b and piano
554 (1895) Uraniens Flucht April 1817 Text by Mayrhofer
555 (1934) Liedentwurf, D 555 A minor May 1817? Sketch without text
556 (1886) Overture, D 556 D major May 1817 For orchestra
557 (1888) Piano Sonata, D 557 A major May 1817 Allegro moderato – Andante – Allegro
558 (1887) Liebhaber in allen Gestalten May 1817 Text by Goethe
559 (1885) Schweizerlied May 1817 Text by Goethe
560 (1850) Der Goldschmiedsgesell May 1817 Text by Goethe
561 (1872) Nach einem Gewitter May 1817 Text by Mayrhofer
562 (1895) Fischerlied, D 562 May 1817 Text by Salis-Seewis (other settings: D 351 and 364)
563 (1887) Die Einsiedelei, D 563 May 1817 Text by Salis-Seewis (other settings: D 337 and 393)
564 (1838) Gretchen im Zwinger a.k.a. Gretchens Bitte May 1817 Text by Goethe, from Faust I, 18; Fragment
565 (1876) Der Strom June 1817? For b and piano
566 (1888)
(1907)
(1928-
29)
Piano Sonata, D 566 E minor June 1817 Moderato (in AGA) – Allegretto (publ. 1907) – Scherzo (publ. 1928/29); D 506 4th movement?
568 122p
(1829)
(1897)
Piano Sonata in D major, D 568;
Piano Sonata in E major, D 568
D major;
E major
June 1817 Two versions: 1st, in D major, composed June 1817 – 2nd, in E major, is Op. posth. 122; Allegro moderato – Andante molto – Minuet (2nd version only, D 593 No. 2 for 1st version?) – Allegro moderato (2nd version), Allegretto (fragment, 1st version)
569 (1895) Das Grab, D 569 June 1817 Text by Salis-Seewis (other settings: D 329A, 330, 377 and 643A); For unison men's choir and piano
570 (1897) Scherzo and Allegro D major (scherzo)
F minor (allegro)
July 1817? For piano; Allegro is fragment; Last movements of D 571?
571 (1897) Piano Sonata, D 571 F minor July 1817 Allegro moderato; Fragment; Completed by (D 604 and) 570?
572 (1872) Lied im Freien, D 572 July 1817 Text by Salis-Seewis (other setting: D Anh. I/19; For ttbb
573 98,3
(1829)
Iphigenia July 1817 Text by Mayrhofer
574 162p
(1851)
Violin Sonata, D 574, a.k.a. (Grand) Duo A major August 1817 Allegro moderato – Scherzo – Andantino – Allegro vivace
575 147p
(1846)
Piano Sonata, D 575 B major August 1817 Allegro ma non troppo – Andante – Scherzo – Allegro giusto
576 (1867) 13 Variations on a theme by Anselm Hüttenbrenner A minor August 1817 For piano
577 (1895) Entzückung an Laura, D 577 August 1817 Text by Schiller (other setting: D 390); Two fragments of a sketch
578 (1838) Abschied, D 578 24/08/1817 Text by Schubert
579 (1872)
(1897)
Der Knabe in der Wiege Autumn
1817
Text by Ottenwalt [scores]; Two versions: 1st publ. 1872 – 2nd is fragment
579A (1970) Vollendung Sept. or Oct.
1817?
Text by Matthisson
579B (1970) Die Erde Sept. or Oct.
1817?
Text by Matthisson
580 (1928) Polonaise, D 580 B major September
1817
For violin and orchestra
581 (1897) String Trio, D 581 B major September
1817
Allegro moderato – Andante – Minuet – Rondo
583 24,1
(1823)
Gruppe aus dem Tartarus, D 583 September
1817
Text by Schiller (other settings: D 65 and 396)
584 (1830) Elysium September
1817
Text by Schiller (settings of separate stanzas: D 51, 53, 54, 57, 58 and 60)
585 (1833) Atys September
1817
Text by Mayrhofer
586 8,3
(1818)
Erlafsee September
1817
Text by Mayrhofer; Publ. as Op. 8 No. 3 in 1822
587 (1885)
(1895)
An den Frühling, D 587 October
1817
Text by Schiller (other settings: D 283 and 338); Two versions: 1st publ. 1885 – 2nd was D 245
588 37,2
(1825)
(1897)
(1975)
Der Alpenjäger, D 588 October
1817
Text by Schiller; Two versions: 1st incomplete in AGA – 2nd is Op. 37 No. 2
589 (1885) Symphony No. 6
Little C major
C major Oct. 1817–
Feb. 1818
Adagio, Allegro – Andante – Scherzo – Allegro moderato
590 (1886) Overture in the Italian Style, D 590 D major November
1817
For orchestra; Piano duet arrangement: D 592; Music partly reappears in D 644
591 170p
(1865)
Overture in the Italian Style, D 591 C major November
1817
For orchestra; Piano duet arrangement: D 597
592 (1872) Overture in the Italian Style, D 592 D major December
1817
For piano duet; Arrangement of D 590
593 (1871) Two Scherzi Various keys November
1817
For piano; No. 2 related to D 568
594 110p
(1829)
Der Kampf November
1817
Text by Schiller; For b and piano
595 88,2
(1827)
(1895)
Thekla: Eine Geisterstimme, D 595 November
1817
Text by Schiller (other setting: D 73); Two versions: 2nd is Op. 88 No. 2
596 (1895) Lied eines Kindes November
1817
Fragment
597 (1872) Overture in the Italian Style, D 597 C major Nov. or Dec.
1817
For piano duet; Arrangement of D 591
597A Variations A major December
1817
Lost sketch for violin
598 11,1
(1822)
(1891)
Das Dörfchen December
1817
Text by Bürger; For ttbb and piano; Two versions: 1st is sketch without piano – 2nd, Op. 11 No. 1, was D 641
599–632
1818 Up ↑
599 75
(1827)
Four Polonaises Various keys July 1818 For piano duet
600 (1897) Minuet, D 600 C minor early 1814? For piano; May combine with D 610 and/or D 613
602 27
(1824)
Trois Marches héroiques Various keys 1818 or 1824 For piano duet
604 (1888) Piano piece, D 604, a.k.a. Andante A major 1816 or 1817 2nd movement of D 571?
605 (1897) Fantasy, D 605 C major 1821–1823 For piano; Fragment
605A (1969) Fantasy, D 605A, a.k.a. Grazer Fantasy C major 1818? For piano
606 (1840) March, D 606 E major 1818? For piano
607 Evangelium Johannis 6, Vers 55–58 1818 Text by John (Luther translation); For voice and figured bass
608 138p
(1834)
Rondo, D 608, "Notre amitié est invariable" D major January
1818
For piano duet; Two versions: 2nd, in AGA, is Op. posth. 138
609 (1872) Die Geselligkeit a.k.a. Lebenslust January
1818
Text by Unger [Wikisource:de]; For satb and piano; 2nd part of 1st stanza, "im traulichen Kreise", was D 665
610 (1889) Trio, D 610 E major February
1818
For piano; May belong to D 600, and together with that minuet to D 613
611 (1850) Auf der Riesenkoppe March 1818 Text by Körner
612 (1869) Adagio, D 612 E major April 1818 For piano; 2nd movement of D 613?
613 (1897) Piano Sonata, D 613 C major April 1818 Moderato – [?]; Fragments; D 612 and 600/610 may constitute its other movements
614 (1832) An den Mond in einer Herbstnacht April 1818 Text by Schreiber [de]
615 Symphony, D 615 D major May 1818 Adagio, Allegro moderato – [?]; Sketches
616 (1830) Grablied für die Mutter June 1818
617 30
(1823)
Sonata, D 617 B major Summer–
Autumn
1818(?)
For piano duet; Allegro moderato – Andante con moto – Allegretto
618 (1909) German Dance with Two Trios and Two Ländler G major (Deutscher/Trios)
E major (Ländler)
Summer–
Autumn
1818
For piano duet
618A (1972) Polonaise, D 618A B major July 1818 For piano duet; Sketch
619 (1892) Sing-Übungen (vocal exercises) July 1818 For two voices and figured bass
620 (1840) Einsamkeit, D 620 July 1818 Text by Mayrhofer
621 (1826) Deutsches Requiem (German Requiem) a.k.a. Deutsche Trauermesse G minor
Bei des Entschlafnen Trauerbahre
August 1818 Text by Schmid; Only known in Ferd. Schubert's arrangements; Publ. 1826 for satbSATB and organ[18]
622 (1833) Der Blumenbrief August 1818 Text by Schreiber [de]
623 (1831) Das Marienbild August 1818 Text by Schreiber [de]
624 10
(1822)
Eight Variations on a French Song (i.e. Le bon Chevalier) E minor September
1818
Theme after Hortense de Beauharnais; For piano duet
625 (1897) Piano Sonata, D 625 F minor September
1818
Allegro (fragment) – Scherzo – Allegro (fragment); D 505 may be its 2nd movement
626 (1842) Blondel zu Marien September
1818
627 173p,6
(1867)
Das Abendrot, D 627 November
1818
Text by Schreiber [de]; For b and piano
628 (1895) Sonett I November
1818
Text by Petrarch, transl. by Schlegel, A. W.
629 (1895) Sonett II November
1818
Text by Petrarch, transl. by Schlegel, A. W.
630 (1895) Sonett III November
1818
Text by Petrarch, transl. by Gries
631 (1885) Blanka a.k.a. Das Mädchen December
1818
Text by Schlegel, F.
632 (1831) Vom Mitleiden Mariä December
1818
Text by Schlegel, F.
633–678
1819 Up ↑
633 57,1
(1826)
Der Schmetterling 1819–1823? Text by Schlegel, F., from Abendröte I, 7
634 57,2
(1826)
Die Berge 1819–1823? Text by Schlegel, F., from Abendröte I, 1
635 (1900)
(1906–
1907)
Leise, leise laßt uns singen, later also: Ruhe, and: (Nächtliches) Ständchen c. 1819 For ttbb; later text versions, from 1900, by Robert Graf and Anton Weiß
636 39
(1826)
(1895)
(1975)
Sehnsucht, D 636 early
1821?
Text by Schiller (other setting: D 52); Three versions: 1st not in AGA – 3rd is Op. 39
637 87,2
(1827)
(Die) Hoffnung, D 637 c. 1819? Text by Schiller (other setting: D 251)
638 87,3
(1827)
(1895)
Der Jüngling am Bache, D 638 April 1819 Text by Schiller (other settings: D 30 and 192); Two versions: 2nd is Op. 87 No. 3
639 (1820)
(1832)
Widerschein 1820;
May/Sept.
1828
Text by Schlechta [de]; Two versions; 1st publ. 1820 – 2nd, in AGA with another text variant ("Harrt ein Fischer auf der Brücke"), was D 949
642 (1937) Viel tausend Sterne prangen 1812? Text by Eberhard; For satb and piano
643 (1889) German Dance and Écossaise C minor (German dance)
D major (Écossaise)
1819 For piano
643A (1972) Das Grab, D 643A 1819 Text by Salis-Seewis (other settings: D 329A, 330, 377 and 569); For satb
644 (1855)
(1887)
(1891)
(1975)
Die Zauberharfe Apr.–Aug.
1820[15]
Text by Hofmann [de]; Music for tSATB and orchestra; Three acts: Overture (reused in D 797, publ. 1855) and Nos. 1–4 – Nos. 5–9 (Romanze from No. 9, not in AGA, publ. 1887 with piano reduction and 1975 in concert version) – Overture and Nos. 10–13
645 Abend, D 645 early 1819 Text by Tieck; Fragment of a sketch
646 (1885) Die Gebüsche January
1819
Text by Schlegel, F., from Abendröte II, 9
647 (1872)
(1889)
Die Zwillingsbrüder (Singspiel) Oct. 1818–
1819[15]
For stbbbSATB and orchestra (piano reduction in 1872 edition); Overture and Nos. 1–10
648 (1886) Overture, D 648 E minor February
1819
For orchestra
649 65,2
(1826)
Der Wanderer, D 649 February
1819
Text by Schlegel, F., from Abendröte II, 1; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 65 No. 2
650 (1831) Abendbilder February
1819
Text by Silbert [wikisource:de]
651 (1831) Himmelsfunken February
1819
Text by Silbert [wikisource:de]
652 (1842) Das Mädchen, D 652 February
1819
Text by Schlegel, F., from Abendröte II, 4; Two versions: 1st, in AGA, publ. 1842
653 (1842) Bertas Lied in der Nacht February
1819
Text by Grillparzer
654 (1842) An die Freunde March 1819 Text by Mayrhofer
655 (1897) Piano Sonata, D 655 C minor April 1819 Allegro; Fragment
656 (1867) Sehnsucht, D 656 April 1819 Text by Goethe, from Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship (other settings: D 310, 359, 481 and 877 Nos. 1 & 4); For ttbbb
657 (1871) Ruhe, schönstes Glück der Erde April 1819 For ttbb
658 (1895) Marie May 1819? Text by Novalis, No. 15 from Geistliche Lieder [de]
659 (1872) Hymn I May 1819 Text by Novalis, No. 7 from Geistliche Lieder [de]
660 (1872) Hymn II May 1819 Text by Novalis, No. 5 from Geistliche Lieder [de]
661 (1872) Hymn III May 1819 Text by Novalis, No. 6 from Geistliche Lieder [de]
662 (1872) Hymn IV May 1819 Text by Novalis, No. 9 from Geistliche Lieder [de]
663 Psalm 13 (12) June 1819 Text by Mendelssohn, M., translating Psalm 13; Fragment
664 120p
(1829)
Piano Sonata, D 664 A major Summer 1819
or 1825
Allegro moderato – Andante – Allegro
666 158p
(1849)
Kantate zum Geburtstag des Sängers Johann Michael Vogl 10/08/1819 Text by Stadler, A. [scores]; For stb and piano; Publ. 1849, with different text, as Der Frühlingsmorgen
667 114p
(1829)
Trout Quintet A major 1819? Allegro vivace – Andante – Scherzo – Theme and variations – Allegro giusto; For violin, viola, cello, double bass and piano; Reuses music of D 550
668 (1897) Overture, D 668 G minor October
1819
For piano duet
669 (1829) Beim Winde October
1819
Text by Mayrhofer
670 165p,2
(1862)
Die Sternennächte October
1819
Text by Mayrhofer; Two versions: 2nd is Op. posth. 165 No. 2
671 (1849) Trost, D 671 October
1819
Text by Mayrhofer
672 36,2
(1825)
(1975)
Nachtstück October
1819
Text by Mayrhofer; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 36 No. 2
673 165p,1
(1832)
(1862)
Die Liebende schreibt October
1819
Text by Goethe; Two versions: 1st publ. in 1832 – 2nd is Op. posth. 165 No. 1
674 (1850) Prometheus, D 674 October
1819
Text by Goethe; For b and piano
675 34
(1825)
Overture, D 675 F major November
1819?
For piano duet
676 153p
(1845)
(1888)
Salve Regina, D 676, a.k.a. Drittes Offertorium A major
Salve Regina
November
1819
Text: Salve Regina (other settings: D 27, 106, 223, 386 and 811); For s and orchestra; Shortened in 1st ed., Op. posth. 153
677 (1848)
(1895)
Stanza from "Die Götter Griechenlands" November
1819
Text by Schiller; Two versions: 2nd publ. in 1848
678 (1875)
(1887)
Mass No. 5 A major
Kyrie – Gloria – Credo – Sanctus & Benedictus – Agnus Dei
Nov. 1819–
Sept. 1822
Text: Mass ordinary (other settings: D 24E, 31, 45, 49, 56, 66, 105, 167, 324, 452, 755 and 950); For satbSATB and orchestra; Two versions: 1st publ. in 1875 – 2nd in AGA
679–708
1820 Up ↑
681 (1930) Twelve Ländler, D 681 Various keys c. 1815 For piano; Nos. 1–4 are lost
682 (1895) Über allen Zauber Liebe 1820–1824 Text by Mayrhofer; Fragment
684 (1850) Die Sterne, D 684 1820 Text by Schlegel, F., from Abendröte II, 8
685 4,2
(1821)
Morgenlied, D 685 1820 Text by Werner
686 20,2
(1823)
(1970)
Frühlingsglaube Sep. 1820–
Nov. 1822
Text by Uhland; Three versions: 3rd, in AGA, is Op. 20 No. 2
687 (1872) Nachthymne January
1820
Text by Novalis
688 (1871) Vier Canzonen January
1820
Text by Vittorelli [de] (Nos. 1–2) and Metastasio (No. 3 from L'eroe cinese I, 3 – No. 4 from Alessandro nell'Indie III, 7)
689 (1865)
(1892)
Lazarus, oder: Die Feier der Auferstehung (Scenic oratorio in three acts) early 1820–
Mar. 1820[15]
Text by Niemeyer; For sssttbSATB and orchestra (piano reduction in 1865 publ.); Unfinished: Nos. 1–21 (Act I) – Nos. 22–29 (Act II)
690 (1830) Abendröte March 1823 Text by Schlegel, F., from Abendröte I
691 172p,6
(1865)
Die Vögel March 1820 Text by Schlegel, F., from Abendröte I, 2
692 (1872) Der Knabe March 1820 Text by Schlegel, F., from Abendröte I, 3
693 (1872) Der Fluß March 1820 Text by Schlegel, F., from Abendröte I, 4
694 (1842) Der Schiffer, D 694 March 1820 Text by Schlegel, F.
695 (1895) Namenstagslied 19/3/1820? Text by Stadler, A. [scores]
696 113p
(1829)
Sechs Antiphonen zum Palmsonntag 26/3/1820 For SATB
697 18,É6
(1823)
(1889)
Six Écossaises, D 697 A major May 1820 For piano; No. 5 is 6th Écossaise of Op. 18
698 (1832) Des Fräuleins Liebeslauschen September
1820
Text by Schlechta [de]
699 (1831) Der entsühnte Orest September
1820
Text by Mayrhofer
700 (1831) Freiwilliges Versinken September
1820
Text by Mayrhofer
701 (1929) Sakuntala (also spelled Sacontala or Sakontala) (Opera in three acts) Oct. 1820–
spring
1821[15]
Text by Neumann after Kalidasa's Shakuntala; For ssssssttttttbbbbbbSATB and orchestra; Unfinished (all numbers are sketches): Nos. 1–7 (Act I, last pages publ. in 1929) – Nos. 8a–11 (Act II)
702 8,1
(1822)
Der Jüngling auf dem Hügel November
1820
Text by Hüttenbrenner, H. [de]
703 (1870)
(1897)
String Quartet No. 12 C minor December
1820
Allegro assai (a.k.a. Quartettsatz, publ. 1870) – Andante (fragment)
705 (1897) Gesang der Geister über den Wassern, D 705 December
1820
Text by Goethe (other settings: D 484, 538 and 714); Sketch for ttbb and piano
706 132p
(1832)
Psalm 23 (22) December
1820
Text by Mendelssohn, M., translating Psalm 23; For ssaa and piano
707 36,1
(1825)
(1895)
Der zürnenden Diana December
1820
Text by Mayrhofer; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 36 No. 1
708 (1832) Im Walde, D 708, a.k.a. Waldesnacht December
1820
Text by Schlegel, F.
708A–732
1821 Up ↑
708A Symphony, D 708A D major 1821 or
later
Sketches of four movements
709 (1891) Frühlingsgesang, D 709 March 1822
or earlier
Text by Schober (other setting, partly reusing music of this setting: D 740); For ttbb
710 (1849) Im Gegenwärtigen Vergangenes March 1821? Text by Goethe; For ttbb and piano
711 13,2
(1822)
(1970)
Lob der Tränen 1818–1821? Text by Schlegel, A. W.; Two versions: 2nd, in AGA, is Op. 13 No. 2
712 (1842) Die gefangenen Sänger January
1821
Text by Schlegel, A. W.
713 87,1
(1827)
(1895)
Der Unglückliche January
1821
Text by Pichler; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 87 No. 1
714 167p
(1858)
(1891)
Gesang der Geister über den Wassern, D 714 Dec. 1820–
Feb. 1821
Text by Goethe (other settings: D 484, 538 and 705); For ttttbbbb, two violas, two cellos and double bass; Two versions: 1st, a sketch, was D 704 – 2nd is Op. posth. 167
715 (1845) Versunken February
1821
Text by Goethe
716 (1832) Grenzen der Menschheit March 1821 Text by Goethe; For b and piano
717 31
(1825)
Suleika II March? 1821 Text by Willemer
718 (1824) Variation on a Waltz by Anton Diabelli C minor March 1821 For piano; No. 38 in Vaterländischer Künstlerverein Vol. II
719 14,2
(1822)
Geheimes March 1821 Text by Goethe
720 14,1
(1822)
Suleika I March 1821 Text by Willemer; Two versions; 2nd, in AGA, is Op. 14 No. 1
721 (1895) Mahomets Gesang, D 721 March 1821 Text by Goethe (other setting: D 549); For b and piano; Fragment
722 (1889) German Dance, D 722 G major 8/3/1821 For piano
723 (1893) Duet and Aria for Hérold's Das Zauberglöckchen Apr.–May
1821[15]
Text by Théaulon, transl. by Treitschke;Duet for tb and aria for t (both with orchestra)
724 11,2
(1822)
Die Nachtigall 22/4/1821
or earlier
Text by Unger [Wikisource:de]; For ttbb and piano
725 (1929) Duet, D 725 April 1821 Fragment for mezzo-soprano, tenor and piano
726 (1870) Mignon I, D 726 April 1821 Text by Goethe, from Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship (other setting: D 877 No. 2)
727 (1850) Mignon II, D 727 April 1821 Text by Goethe, from Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship (other settings: D 469 and 877 No. 3)
728 (1895) Johanna Sebus April 1821 Text by Goethe; Fragment
729 (1894)
(1934)
Symphony No. 7 E major August
1821
Adagio, Allegro – Andante – Scherzo – Allegro giusto; Sketches; First editions are completions by others (piano reduction in 1894)
730 (1926) Tantum ergo, D 730 B major 16/8/1821 Text by Aquinas (other settings: D 460, 461, 739, 750, 962 and Anh. I/17); For satbSATB and orchestra
731 173p,4
(1821)
Der Blumen Schmerz September
1821
Text by Majláth; Publ. as Op. posth. 173 No. 4 in 1867
732 (1833)
(1834)
(1867)
(1882)
(1892)
Alfonso und Estrella (Opera in three acts) 20/9/1821–
27/2/1822
Text by Schober; For two sopranos, two tenors, bass, two baritones, SATB and orchestra (piano reduction in 1882 publ.); Overture (also used as overture to D 797, publ. 1867, piano reductions: D 759A and 773) – Act I: Nos. 1–10 (No. 8 publ. 1833 with piano reduction) – Act II: Nos. 11–22 (No. 11 was also D 683 and some of its music reappears in No. 19 of D 911, No. 13 publ. 1834 with piano reduction) – Act III: Nos. 23–34
733–767
1822 Up ↑
733 51
(1826)
Trois Marches militaires D major
G major
E major
Summer–
Autumn
1818?
For piano duet
734 67
(1826)
16 Ländler and 2 Écossaises, a.k.a. Wiener Damen-Ländler Various keys before
15/12/1826
For piano
735 49
(1825)
Galop and Eight Écossaises Various keys before
21/11/1825
For piano
736 (1842) Ihr Grab 1822? Text by Engelhardt (a.k.a. Richard Roos) [de]
737 56,2
(1826)
An die Leier 1822 or
1823?
Text by Bruchmann [de] translating Anacreon
738 56,3
(1826)
Im Haine 1822 or
1823?
Text by Bruchmann [de]
739 45
(1825)
Tantum ergo, D 739 C major 1814 Text by Aquinas (other settings: D 460, 461, 730, 750, 962 and Anh. I/17); For SATB and orchestra
740 16,1
(1823)
Frühlingsgesang, D 740 January–
early April
1822
Text by Schober (other setting, of which the music is partly reused in this setting: D 709); For ttbb and piano
741 20,1
(1823)
Sei mir gegrüßt late 1821–
autumn 1822
Text by Rückert
742 68
(1822)
Der Wachtelschlag before
30/7/1822
Text by Sauter [de]; Publ. as Op. 68 in 1827
743 23,2
(1823)
Selige Welt autumn
1822?
Text by Senn; For b and piano
744 23,3
(1823)
Schwanengesang, D 744 autumn
1822?
Text by Senn
745 73
(1822)
(1895)
Die Rose 1822 Text by Schlegel, F., from Abendröte I, 6; Two versions: 1st publ. as Op. 73 in 1827
746 (1831) Am See, D 746 1822 or
1823?
Text by Bruchmann [de]
747 11,3
(1822)
Geist der Liebe, D 747 January
1822
Text by Matthisson (other setting: D 414); For ttbb and piano
748 157p
(1822)
Am Geburtstage des Kaisers January
1822
Text by Deinhardstein [de]; For satbSATB and orchestra; Publ. with a modified text as Op. posth. 157 in 1849
749 (1850) Herrn Josef Spaun, Assessor in Linz January
1822
Text by Collin, M. C.
750 (1888) Tantum ergo, D 750 D major 22/3/1822 Text by Aquinas (other settings: D 460, 461, 730, 739, 962 and Anh. I/17); For SATB and orchestra
751 23,1
(1823)
Die Liebe hat gelogen before
17/4/1822
Text by Platen
752 (1872) Nachtviolen April 1822 Text by Mayrhofer
753 65,3
(1826)
Heliopolis I a.k.a. Aus Heliopolis April 1822 Text by Mayrhofer
754 (1842) Heliopolis II a.k.a. Im Hochgebirge April 1822 Text by Mayrhofer; For b and piano
755 Kyrie, D 755 A minor
Kyrie
May 1822 Text: Mass ordinary (other settings: D 24E, 31, 45, 49, 56, 66, 105, 167, 324, 452, 678 and 950); For satbSATB, strings and organ; Sketch
756 59,1
(1826)
(1895)
Du liebst mich nicht July 1822 Text by Platen; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 59 No. 1
757 133p
(1839)
Gott in der Natur August
1822
Text by Kleist; For ssaa and piano
757A March, D 757A B minor 1822 For piano
758 108,2
(1829)
Todesmusik September
1822
Text by Schober; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 108 No. 2
759 (1867) Symphony No. 8, a.k.a. Unfinished Symphony B minor 30/10/1822 Allegro moderato – Andante con moto – Scherzo (Fragment); D 797 No. 1 may be its 4th movement
759A 69
(1839)
Overture to Alfonso und Estrella, D 759A D major November
1822
For piano; Arranged from D 732 (see also: D 773)
760 15
(1823)
Fantasy, D 760, a.k.a. Wanderer Fantasy C major November
1822
For piano; Reuses music of D 489
761 23,4
(1823)
(1795)
Schatzgräbers Begehr November
1822
Text by Schober; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 23 No. 4
762 (1833) Schwestergruß November
1822
Text by Bruchmann [de]
763 146p
(1842)
Des Tages Weihe 22/11/1822 For satb and piano
764 92,1
(1828)
(1895)
Der Musensohn early Dec.
1822
Text by Goethe; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 92 No. 1
765 (1868) An die Entfernte early Dec.
1822
Text by Goethe
766 (1872) Am Flusse, D 766 early Dec.
1822
Text by Goethe (other setting: D 160)
767 56,1
(1826)
(1895)
Willkommen und Abschied early Dec.
1822
Text by Goethe; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 56 No. 1
768–798
1823 Up ↑
768 96,3
(1827)
Wandrers Nachtlied, D 768 before
July 1824
Text by Goethe; Publ. as Op. 96 No. 3 in 1828
769 (1823)
(1889)
Two German Dances, D 769 Various keys before
19/12/1823
–Jan. 1824
For piano; No. 2 publ. in 1823
769A Piano Sonata, D 769a E minor c. 1823 Allegro; Fragment
770 71
(1823)
Drang in die Ferne early 1823 Text by Leitner; Publ. as Op. 71 in 1827
771 22,1
(1823)
Der Zwerg 1822? Text by Collin, M. C.
772 22,2
(1823)
Wehmut, D 772 1822 or
1823?
Text by Collin, M. C.
773 69
(1826)
Overture to Alfonso und Estrella, D 773 1823 For piano duet; Arranged from D 732 (see also: D 759A); Publ. as Op. 69 in 1830
774 72
(1823)
Auf dem Wasser zu singen 1823 Text by Stolberg-Stolberg; Publ. as Op. 72 in 1827
775 59,2
(1826)
Daß sie hier gewesen 1823? Text by Rückert
776 59,3
(1826)
Du bist die Ruh 1823 Text by Rückert
777 59,4
(1826)
Lachen und Weinen 1823? Text by Rückert
778 60,1
(1826)
Greisengesang before
June 1823
Text by Rückert; For b and piano; Two versions; 2nd, in AGA, is Op. 60 No. 1
778A (1969) Die Wallfahrt 1823? Text by Rückert; For b and piano
778B Ich hab' in mich gesogen 1823? Text by Rückert; Sketch; For ttbb
779 50
(1825)
34 Valses sentimentales Various keys Feb. 1823
–before
21/11/1825
For piano; Early versions of Nos. 1, 2, 4, 8, 9, 12, 14 and 33 in AGA Anh.
780 94
(1823)
(1824)
(1828)
Six Moments musicaux Various keys before
Dec. 1823
–before
11/7/1828
For piano; No. 3 publ. in 1823; No. 6 publ. in 1824; Publ. as Op. 94 in 1828
781 (1824)
(1825)
(1889)
Twelve Écossaises, D 781 Various keys January
1823
For piano; No. 1 (=Écossaise No. 2 of D 783 and AGA XII No. 3) publ. in 1825; Nos. 4 and 7 publ. in 1824
782 (1824) Écossaise, D 782 D major before
21/2/1824
For piano
783 33
(1825)
Sixteen German Dances and Two Écossaises Various keys Jan. 1823
–before
8/1/1825
For piano; Related to other dances, e.g. D 790 No. 2, D 781 No. 1
784 143p
(1839)
Piano Sonata, D 784 A minor February
1823
Allegro giusto – Andante – Allegro vivace
785 (1831) Der zürnende Barde February
1823
Text by Bruchmann [de]; For b and piano
786 123p
(1830)
Viola March 1823 Text by Schober
787 (1889)
(1964)
Die Verschworenen, a.k.a. Der haüsliche Krieg (Singspiel in one act) completed
April 1823
Text by Castelli; For ssss(s)aatt(t)bbSATB and orchestra; Overture (fragment publ. in 1964) – Nos. 1–11
788 (1838) Lied, D 788, a.k.a. Die Mutter Erde April 1823 Text by Stolberg-Stolberg
789 (1832) Pilgerweise April 1823 Text by Schober
790 171p
(1864)
Twelve German Dances, D 790, a.k.a. Twelve Ländler Various keys May 1823 For piano; No. 2 = D 783 No. 1; No. 8 similar to D. 783 No. 1
791 (1867) Rüdiger (Opera) May 1823 Text by Mosel?; For ttTTBB and orchestra; Sketches of two numbers
792 (1833) Vergißmeinnicht May 1823 Text by Schober
793 173p,2
(1867)
Das Geheimnis, D 793 May 1823 Text by Schiller (other setting: D 250)
794 37,1
(1825)
(1909)
Der Pilgrim May 1823 Text by Schiller; Two versions (merged into one in AGA): 1st is fragment – 2nd is Op. 37 No. 1
795 25
(1824)
Die schöne Müllerin (1. Das Wandern – 2. Wohin? – 3. Halt! – 4. Danksagung an den Bach – 5. Am Feierabend – 6. Der Neugierige – 7. Ungeduld – 8. Morgengruß – 9. Des Müllers Blumen – 10. Tränenregen – 11. Mein! – 12. Pause – 13. Mit dem grünen Lautenbande – 14. Der Jäger – 15. Eifersucht und Stolz – 16. Die liebe Farbe – 17. Die böse Farbe – 18. Trockne Blumen – 19. Der Müller und der Bach – 20. Des Baches Wiegenlied) October?–
November
1823
Text by Müller, W.
796 76
(1827)
(1840)
(1867)
(1872)
(1886)
Fierabras, also spelled Fierrabras (Opera in three acts)
Vocal numbers include
25/5/1823–
2/10/1823
Text by Joseph Kupelwieser; Music for three sopranos, three tenors, three basses, baritone, SATB and orchestra; Overture (Schubert's piano duet version is D 798, Czerny's piano duet version publ. in 1827 as Schubert's Op. 76, orchestral score publ. in 1867) – Act I: Nos. 1–6 – Act II: Nos. 7–17 (No. 7 reuses music of D 982 No. 3, No. 15 reuses music of D 326 No. 14) – Act III: Nos. 18–23 (No. 21 publ. with piano reduction in 1840, last part of No. 21 was D 333, No. 22 publ. with piano reduction in 1872)
797 26
(1824)
(1828)
(1866)
(1867)
(1891)
Rosamunde, Fürstin von Zypern
(1. Entre'acte I – 2. Ballet I – 3a. Entre'acte II – 3b. Romanze a.k.a. Ariette – 4. Geisterchor – 5. Entre'acte III – 6. Hirtenmelodien – 7. Hirtenchor – 8. Jagerchor – 9. Ballet II)
(Incidental music for a play in three acts)
Vocal numbers:
autumn 1823 Text by Chézy; For aSATB and orchestra; (Overture: see D 644 and 732) – Nos. 1–9 (Nos. 1 and 5 publ. in 1866, Nos. 2 and 9 publ. in 1867, No. 3b publ. with piano reduction as Op. 26 in 1824, Nos. 4, 7 and 8 publ. with piano reduction in 1828 or 1834, No. 4 publ. 1828; No. 5 partly reused in D 935 No. 3 and Andante of D 804)
798 (1897) Overture to Fierabras after
2/10/1823
Arrangement for piano duet of D 796's overture
799–822
1824 Up ↑
799 (1832) Im Abendrot, D 799 1824 or
Feb. 1825
Text by Lappe [de]
800 41
(1825)
(1827)
Der Einsame early 1825 Text by Lappe [de]; Two near-identical versions: 2nd publ. as Op. 41 in 1827
801 60,2
(1826)
Dithyrambe, D 801 before
10/6/1826
Text by Schiller (other setting: D 47); For b and piano
802 160p
(1850)
Variations on "Trockne Blumen" E minor January
1824
For flute and piano; Introduction, Theme (D 795 No. 18) and 7 Variations
803 166p
(1851)
(1898)
Octet, D 803 F major February–
1/3/1824
For clarinet, bassoon, horn, string quartet and double bass; Movements 4 and 5 missing in 1st publ.
804 29
(1824)
String Quartet No. 13 Rosamunde A minor Feb.–early
March 1824
Allegro ma non troppo – Andante (after D 797 No. 5) – Minuet – Allegro moderato
805 (1833) Der Sieg early March
1824
Text by Mayrhofer; For b and piano
806 (1833) Abendstern early March
1824
Text by Mayrhofer
807 (1842) Auflösung March 1824 Text by Mayrhofer
808 (1872) Gondelfahrer, D 808 early March
1824
Text by Mayrhofer (other setting: D 809)
809 28
(1824)
Gondelfahrer, D 809 March 1824 Text by Mayrhofer (other setting: D 808); For ttbb and piano
810 (1831) String Quartet No. 14 Death and the Maiden D minor March 1824 Allegro – Andante con moto (after D 531) – Scherzo – Presto
811 149p
(1850)
Salve Regina, D 811 C major
Salve Regina
April 1824 Text: Salve Regina (other settings: D 27, 106, 223, 386 and 676); For ttbb
812 140p
(1837)
Sonata, D 812, a.k.a. Grand Duo C major June 1824 For piano duet; Allegro moderato – Andante – Scherzo – Allegro vivace
813 35
(1825)
Eight Variations on an original theme A major late May–mid
July 1824
For piano duet
814 (1869) Four Ländler, D 814 Various keys July 1824 For piano duet; No. 1 also as Allemande D 366 No. 17
815 139pI
(1840)
Gebet, D 815 September
1824
Text by Motte Fouqué; For satb and piano
816 (1956) Three Écossaises Various keys September
1824
For piano
817 (1928) Ungarische Melodie B minor 2/9/1824 For piano; Reappears in D 818
818 54
(1826)
Divertissement à l'hongroise G minor autumn
1824?
For piano duet; Partly based on D 817
819 40
(1825)
Six Grandes Marches Various keys 1818 or
1824
For piano duet
820 (1931) Six German Dances, D 820 Various keys October
1824
For piano
821 (1871) Arpeggione Sonata A minor November
1824
Allegro moderato – Adagio – Allegretto
822 (1842) Lied eines Kriegers 31/12/1824 For b, unison men's choir and piano
823–862
1825 Up ↑
823 63 &
84
(1826)
(1827)
Divertissement sur des motifs originaux français E minor before
17/6/1826–
before
6/7/1827
For piano duet; Tempo di Marcia (publ. as Divertissement en Forme d'une Marche brillante et raisonnée Op. 63 in 1826) – Theme and variations (publ. as Andantino varié Op. 84 No. 1 in 1827) – Rondo (publ. as Rondeau brillant Op. 84 No. 2 in 1827)
824 61
(1826)
Six Polonaises Various keys April 1826 For piano duet
825 64,1
(1828)
Wehmut, D 825 before
summer 1826
Text by Hüttenbrenner, H. [de]; For ttbb
825A 64,2
(1828)
Ewige Liebe before
summer 1826
Text by Schulze; For ttbb
825B 64,3
(1828)
Flucht early 1825 Text by Lappe [de]; For ttbb
826 (1892) Der Tanz early 1828 Text by Schnitzer von Meerau [scores]?; For satb and piano
827 43,2
(1825)
(1975)
Nacht und Träume before
June 1823
Text by Collin, M. C.; Two versions: 2nd, in AGA, is Op. 43 No. 2
828 43,1
(1825)
Die junge Nonne early 1825 Text by Craigher de Jachelutta [de]
829 (1873) Abschied, D 829, a.k.a. Abschied von der Erde before
17/2/1826
Text by Pratobevera [cs]; Melodrama for spoken voice and piano
830 85,1
(1828)
Lied der Anne Lyle early 1825? Text by Macdonald quoted in Scott's Montrose (transl.)
831 85,2
(1828)
Gesang der Norna early 1825 Text by Scott from The Pirate transl. by Spiker [de]
832 (1830) Des Sängers Habe February
1825
Text by Schlechta [de]
833 101p,2
(1827)
(1895)
Der blinde Knabe April 1825 Text by Cibber transl. by Craigher de Jachelutta [de]; Two versions: 2nd publ. as Op. posth. 101 No. 2 in 1828
834 93,1
(1828)
(1835)
Im Walde, D 834 March 1825
–Sep. 1827
Text by Schulze; Two versions: 2nd, publ. 1828, in AGA
835 52,3
(1826)
Bootgesang a.k.a. Boat Song 1825 Text by Scott from The Lady of the Lake transl. by Storck [de] (Canto II, 19); For ttbb and piano
836 52,4
(1826)
Coronach: Totengesang der Frauen und Mädchen 1825 Text by Scott from The Lady of the Lake transl. by Storck [de] (Canto III, 16); For SSA and piano
837 52,1
(1826)
Ellens Gesang I a.k.a. Ellen's Song (I) April–
July 1825
Text by Scott from The Lady of the Lake transl. by Storck [de] (Canto I, 31)
838 52,2
(1826)
Ellens Gesang II a.k.a. Ellen's Song (II) April–
July 1825
Text by Scott from The Lady of the Lake transl. by Storck [de] (Canto I, 32)
839 52,6
(1826)
Ave Maria a.k.a. Ellens Gesang III: Hymne an die Jungfrau April 1825 Text by Scott from The Lady of the Lake transl. by Storck [de] (Canto III, 29)
840 (1839)
(1861)
Piano Sonata, D 840 ("Reliquie") C major April 1825 Moderato – Andante (publ. 1839) – Minuet (fragment) – Rondo (fragment)
841 (1930) Two German Dances, D 841 Various keys April 1825 For piano
842 (1833) Totengräbers Heimwehe April 1825 Text by Craigher de Jachelutta [de]
843 52,7
(1826)
Lied des gefangenen Jägers – Lay of the Imprisoned Huntsman April 1825 Text by Scott from The Lady of the Lake transl. by Storck [de] (Canto VI, 24)
844 (1897) Waltz, D 844, a.k.a. Albumblatt G major 16/4/1825 For piano
845 42
(1826)
Piano Sonata, D 845 A minor before end
May 1825
Moderato – Andante – Scherzo – Rondo
846 52,5
(1826)
Normans Gesang April 1825 Text by Scott from The Lady of the Lake transl. by Storck [de] (Canto II, 23)
847 155p
(1849)
Trinklied aus dem 16. Jahrhundert July 1825 Text by Gräffer [de]; For ttbb
848 156p
(1849)
Nachtmusik July 1825 Text by Seckendorff; For ttbb
850 53
(1826)
Piano Sonata, D 850 ("Gasteiner") D major August 1825 Allegro vivace – Con moto – Scherzo – Rondo
851 79,1
(1827)
(1895)
Das Heimweh, D 851 August 1825 Text by Pyrker; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 79 No. 1
852 79,2
(1827)
Die Allmacht, D 852 August 1825 Text by Pyrker (other setting: D 875A); Two versions: 2nd, in AGA, is Op. 79 No. 2
853 93,2
(1828)
(1835)
Auf der Bruck Mar. or Aug.
1825–
Sep. 1827
Text by Schulze; Two versions: 2nd, publ. 1828, in AGA
854 (1830) Fülle der Liebe August 1825 Text by Schlegel, F.
855 (1842) Wiedersehn September
1825
Text by Schlegel, A. W.
856 88,1
(1827)
Abendlied für die Entfernte September
1825
Text by Schlegel, A. W.
857 124p
(1829)
Two scenes from Lacrimas: 1. Lied der Delphine – 2. Lied des Florio September
1825
Text by Schütz
859 55
(1826)
Grande Marche Funèbre C minor after
1/12/1825
For piano duet
860 (1832) An mein Herz December
1825
Text by Schulze
861 (1832) Der liebliche Stern December
1825
Text by Schulze
862 88,3
(1827)
Um Mitternacht Dec. 1825–
Mar. 1826?
Text by Schulze; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 88 No. 3
863–895
1826 Up ↑
863 An Gott 1827 or
earlier
Text by Hohlfeld (setting by Rindler publ. 1826); Music lost[18]
864 Das Totenhemdchen 1825 or
later
Text by Bauernfeld; Music lost
865 105,1
(1828)
Widerspruch 1826?–1828? Text by Seidl; Two versions: 1st for ttbb and piano
866 95
(1828)
Vier Refrainlieder: 1. Die Unterscheidung – 2. Bei dir allein – 3. Die Männer sind méchant – 4. Irdisches Glück Summer
1828?
Text by Seidl
867 105,2
(1828)
Wiegenlied, D 867 1826?–1828? Text by Seidl
869 (1832) Totengräber-Weise 1826 Text by Schlechta [de]
870 80,1
(1827)
Der Wanderer an den Mond 1826 Text by Seidl
871 80,2
(1827)
(1979)
Das Zügenglöcklein 1826 Text by Seidl; Two versions: 2nd, in AGA, is Op. 80 No. 2
872 (1854)
(1870)
Deutsche Messe mit dem Anhang "Das Gebet des Herrn" (German Mass with The Lord's Prayer appended): 1. Zum Eingang – 2. Zum Gloria – 3. Zum Evangelium und Credo – 4. Zum Offertorium – 5. Zum Sanctus – 6. Nach der Wandlung – 7. Zum Agnus Dei – 8. Schlussgesang – Anh.: Das Gebet des Herrn summer or
early fall
1827
Text by Neumann; Two versions: 1st for SATB and organ – 2nd, in AGA, adds winds, and optional double bass; Ferd. Schubert started publishing his arrangements from before 1838; Vocal score publ. in 1854
873 (1974) Canon, D 873 A major January
1826?
For six voices; Sketch
873A Nachklänge January
1826?
For ttbb; Sketch
874 O Quell, was strömst du rasch und wild January
1826?
Text by Schulze; Sketch
875 102
(1831)
Mondenschein January
1826
Text by Schober; For ttbbb and piano (only voices in AGA, piano score in 1st ed. not original)
875A Die Allmacht, D 875A January
1826
Text by Pyrker (other setting: D 852); For SATB and piano; Sketch
876 (1838) Im Jänner 1817 a.k.a. Tiefes Leid January
1826
Text by Schulze
877 62
(1827)
Gesänge aus Wilhelm Meister (Songs from Wilhelm Meister): 1. Mignon und der Harfner – 2.–4. Lied der Mignon January
1826
Text by Goethe, from Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship (other settings: D 310, 359, 469, 481, 656, 726 and 727); No. 1 for two voices and piano; No. 2 has two versions; No. 4 reuses music of D 403
878 105,3
(1828)
Am Fenster March 1826 Text by Seidl
879 105,4
(1828)
Sehnsucht, D 879 March 1826 Text by Seidl
880 80,3
(1827)
Im Freien March 1826 Text by Seidl
881 96,4
(1828)
(1895)
Fischerweise March 1826 Text by Schlechta [de]; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 96 No. 4
882 101p,1
(1828)
Im Frühling March 1826 Text by Schulze
883 (1832) Lebensmut, D 883 March 1826 Text by Schulze
884 108,1
(1829)
Über Wildemann March 1826 Text by Schulze
885 66
(1826)
Grande Marche Héroique A minor c. 3/9/1826 For piano duet
887 161p
(1851)
String Quartet No. 15 G major 20–
30/6/1826
Allegro molto moderato – Andante un poco mosso – Scherzo – Allegro assai
888 (1850) Trinklied, D 888 July 1826 Text by Shakespeare from Antony and Cleopatra II, 7, transl. by Mayerhofer von Grünbühel [de] and Bauernfeld
889 (1830) Ständchen, D 889 July 1826 Text by Shakespeare from Cymbeline II, 3, transl. by Schlegel, A. W.
890 (1830) Hippolits Lied July 1826 Text by Gerstenberg [scores]
891 106,4
(1828)
An Sylvia a.k.a. An Silvia a.k.a. Gesang, D 891 July 1826 Text by Shakespeare from The Two Gentlemen of Verona IV, 2, transl. by Bauernfeld
892 134p
(1839)
Nachthelle September
1826
Text by Seidl; For tenor solo, ttbb and piano
893 (1827) Grab und Mond September
1826
Text by Seidl; For ttbb
894 78
(1827)
Piano Sonata, D 894 ("Fantasie") G major October
1826
Molto moderato e cantabile – Andante – Minuet – Allegretto
895 70
(1827)
Rondo, D 895, a.k.a. Rondeau brillant B minor October
1826
For violin and piano
896–936
1827 Up ↑
896 Fröhliches Scheiden fall 1827–
early 1828
Text by Leitner; Sketch
896A Sie in jedem Liede fall 1827–
early 1828
Text by Leitner; Sketch
896B Wolke und Quelle fall 1827–
early 1828
Text by Leitner; Sketch
897 148p
(1846)
Notturno (Piano Trio, D 897) E major 1828? Adagio
898 99p
(1836)
Piano Trio No. 1 B major 1828? Allegro moderato – Andante un poco mosso – Scherzo – Rondo
899 90
(1827)
(1857)
Impromptus Nos. 1–4 C minor – E major – G major – A major summer–
fall 1827?
For piano; Nos. 1–2 publ. 1827
900 (1897) Allegretto, D 900 C minor 1821 or
later?
For piano; Fragment
901 (1827) Wein und Liebe before
June 1827
Text by Haug [de]; For ttbb
902 83
(1827)
Drei Gesänge: 1. L'incanto degli occhi (Die Macht der Augen) – 2. Il traditor deluso (Der getäuschte Verräter) – 3. Il modo di prender moglie (Die Art ein Weib zu nehmen) 1827
(before
September)
Text by Metastasio, from Attilio Regolo II, 5 (No. 1, other version: D 990E) and Gioas re di Giuda II (No. 2); For b and piano
903 81,3
(1827)
Zur guten Nacht January
1827
Text by Rochlitz; For vocal soloist, TTBB and piano
904 81,1
(1827)
Alinde January
1827
Text by Rochlitz
905 81,2
(1827)
An die Laute January
1827
Text by Rochlitz
906 (1832) Der Vater mit dem Kind January
1827
Text by Bauernfeld
907 86
(1828)
(1979)
Romanze des Richard Löwenherz March
1826?
Text by Scott from Ivanhoe transl. by Müller, (K. L.) M. [wikisource:de] (Ch. 17); Two versions: 2nd, in AGA, is Op. 86
908 82,1
(1827)
Eight Variations on a theme from Hérold's Marie C major February
1827
For piano duet
909 96,2
(1828)
Jägers Liebeslied February
1827
Text by Schober
910 (1833) Schiffers Scheidelied February
1827
Text by Schober
911 89
(1828)
Winterreise:
—Part I—
1. Gute Nacht – 2. Die Wetterfahne – 3. Gefror'ne Tränen – 4. Erstarrung – 5. Der Lindenbaum – 6. Wasserflut – 7. Auf dem Flusse – 8. Rückblick – 9. Irrlicht – 10. Rast – 11. Frühlingstraum – 12. Einsamkeit
—Part II—
13. Die Post – 14. Der greise Kopf – 15. Die Krähe – 16. Letzte Hoffnung – 17. Im Dorfe – 18. Der stürmische Morgen – 19. Täuschung – 20. Der Wegweiser – 21. Das Wirtshaus – 22. Mut – 23. Die Nebensonnen – 24. Der Leiermann
February
1827
(Part I
started);
October
1827
(Part II
started)
Text by Müller, W.; Two versions for Nos. 7, 10, 11, 22 and 23; Music of No. 19 partly based on D 732 No. 11
912 151p
(1845)
Schlachtlied, D 912 28/2/1827 Text by Klopstock, from Oden (other setting: D 443); For TTBBTTBB
913 139pII
(1846)
Nachtgesang im Walde April 1827 Text by Seidl; For ttbb and four horns
914 (1897) Frühlingslied, D 914 April 1827 Text by Pollak; Music reappears in other setting D 919); For ttbb
915 (1870) Allegretto, D 915 C minor 26/4/1827 For piano
916 (1961) Das stille Lied May 1827 Text by Seegemund; For ttbb; Sketch
916A Liedentwurf, D 916A C major May 1827? Sketch without text
916B (1978) Piano piece, D 916B C major summer–
fall 1827?
Sketch
916C (1978) Piano piece, D 916C C minor summer–
fall 1827?
Sketch
917 115p,1
(1829)
Das Lied im Grünen June 1827 Text by Reil [de]
918 (1868)
(1962)
Der Graf von Gleichen (Opera in two acts) started
19/6/1827
Text by Bauernfeld; For ssssttbbbbbbSATB and orchestra; Music for Nos. 1–20f (sketches); No. 13 partly based on D 260 and No. 20c on D 102; Completions of No. 1 publ. in 1868, as "Morgengesang im Walde", and of No. 14 in 1962; Act I: Nos. 1–11 – Act II: Nos. 12–22
919 (1897) Frühlingslied, D 919 spring
1827?
Text by Pollak; Music based on other setting D 914
920 135p
(1840)
(1891)
Ständchen, D 920, a.k.a. Notturno July 1827 Text by Grillparzer; For a, choir and piano; Two versions: choir TTBB in 1st, and SSAA in 2nd (which was D 921, publ. as Op. posth. 135)
922 106,1
(1828)
(1895)
Heimliches Lieben September
1827
Text by Klen(c)ke [de]; Two versions: 2nd is Op. 106 No. 1
923 165p,5
(1862)
(1895)
(1971)
Eine altschottische Ballade September
1827
Text by Herder after "Edward, Edward" from Percy's Reliques of Ancient English Poetry; For male voice, female voice and piano; Three versions: 1st is Op. posth. 165 No. 5 – 2nd for voice and piano – 3rd publ. in 1971
924 91
(1828)
Twelve Grazer Waltzes Various keys September
1827?
For piano
925 (1828) Grazer Galopp C major September
1827?
For piano
926 106,2
(1828)
Das Weinen fall 1827–
early 1828
Text by Leitner
927 106,3
(1828)
Vor meiner Wiege fall 1827–
early 1828
Text by Leitner
928 (1870) March, D 928, a.k.a. Kindermarsch G major 12/10/1827 For piano duet
929 100
(1828)
(1975)
Piano Trio No. 2 E major started
Nov. 1827
Allegro – Andante con moto – Scherzando – Allegro moderato; Shortened version, in AGA, is Op. 100
930 104p
(1829)
Der Hochzeitsbraten November
1827
Text by Schober; For stb and piano
931 (1835) Der Wallensteiner Lanzknecht beim Trunk November
1827
Text by Leitner
932 (1832) Der Kreuzzug November
1827
Text by Leitner
933 (1835) Des Fischers Liebesglück November
1827
Text by Leitner
934 159p
(1850)
Fantasy, D 934 C major December
1827
For violin and piano; Reuses music of D 741
935 142p
(1839)
Impromptus Nos. 5–8 F minor – A major – B major – F minor December
1827
For piano; 7th Impromptu reuses music of D 797
936 (1892) Kantate für Irene Kiesewetter a.k.a. Cantate zur Feier der Genesung der Irene Kiesewetter 26/12/1827 for ttbbSATB and piano duet
936A–965B
1828 Up ↑
936A Symphony No. 10 D major spring–
summer
1828?
Sketches for [Allegro maestoso] (two versions) – Andante – Scherzo (two versions)
937 (1872) Lebensmut, D 937 summer
1828?
Text by Rellstab; Fragment
938 (1835) Der Winterabend, D 938 January
1828
Text by Leitner
939 96,1
(1828)
Die Sterne, D 939 January
1828
Text by Leitner
940 103
(1829)
Fantasy, D 940 F minor January–
April 1828
For piano duet
942 136p
(1839)
Mirjams Siegesgesang March 1828 Text by Grillparzer; For sSATB and piano
943 119p
(1829)
Auf dem Strom March 1828 Text by Rellstab; For voice, horn (or cello) and piano
944 (1840) Symphony No. 9, Great C major C major summer
1825?–
March 1828
Andante, Allegro ma non troppo – Andante con moto – Scherzo – Allegro vivace; Probably identical to Gmunden-Gastein Symphony, D 849[18]
944A German Dance, D 944A 1/3/1828 For piano; Lost
945 (1895) Herbst, D 945 April 1828 Text by Rellstab
946 (1868) Three piano pieces, a.k.a. Impromptus, D 946 E minor – E major – C major May 1828 Allegro assai, Andante – Allegretto – Allegro
947 144p
(1840)
Allegro, D 947, a.k.a. Lebensstürme A minor May 1828 For piano duet
948 (1891)
154p
(1849)
Hymnus an den heiligen Geist May 1828 Text by Schmidl [de]; Two versions: 1st, for ttbbTTBB, was D 941 – 2nd, Op. posth. 154 for ttbbTTBB and winds, was D 964
950 (1865) Mass No. 6 started
June 1828
Text: Mass ordinary (other settings: D 24E, 31, 45, 49, 56, 66, 105, 167, 324, 452, 678 and 755); For satbSATB and orchestra
951 107
(1829)
Rondo, D 951, a.k.a. Grand Rondeau A major June 1828 For piano duet
952 152p
(1848)
Fugue, D 952 E minor 3/6/1828 For organ duet or piano duet
953 (1841) Psalm 92 (91) July 1828 Text: Psalm 92; For baritone and satbSATB
954 (1828) Glaube, Hoffnung und Liebe, D 954 before
2/9/1828
Text by Reil [de]; For ttbbSATB acc. by winds or piano
955 97
(1828)
Glaube, Hoffnung und Liebe, D 955 August
1828
Text by Kuffner [de]
956 163p
(1853)
String Quintet C major September
1828?
Allegro ma non troppo – Adagio – Presto – Allegretto; For two violins, viola and two cellos
957 (1829) Schwanengesang, D 957, a.k.a. 13 Lieder nach Gedichten von Rellstab und Heine:
—Rellstab—
1. Liebesbotschaft – 2. Kriegers Ahnung – 3. Frühlingssehnsucht – 4. Ständchen – 5. Aufenhalt – 6. In der Ferne – 7. Abschied
—Heine—
8. Der Atlas – 9. Ihr Bild - 10. Das Fischermädchen – 11. Die Stadt – 12. Am Meer – 13. Der Doppelgänger
August–
September?
1828
Text by Rellstab (Nos. 1–7) and Heine, H. (Nos. 8–13); D 965A was No. 14; Early versions for Nos. 1 and 3; Variant for No. 4
958 (1839) Piano Sonata, D 958 C minor September
1828
Allegro – Adagio – Minuet – Allegro
959 (1839) Piano Sonata, D 959 A major September
1828
Allegro – Andantino – Scherzo – Allegretto (partly based on 2nd movement of D 537)
960 (1839) Piano Sonata, D 960 B major September
1828
Molto moderato – Andante sostenuto – Scherzo – Allegro ma non troppo
962 (1890) Tantum ergo, D 962 E major October
1828
Text by Aquinas (other settings: D 460, 461, 730, 739, 750 and Anh. I/17); For satbSATB and orchestra; Sketch in AGA XIV No. 22
963 (1890) Intende voci, a.k.a. Offertory, D 963, or Aria for tenor with choir B major October
1828
Text: Psalm 5:34a, offertory for the Friday after Oculi Sunday; For tSATB and orchestra
965 129p
(1830)
Der Hirt auf dem Felsen October
1828
Text by Müller, W., and Varnhagen von Ense; For voice, clarinet and piano
965A (1829) Die Taubenpost October
1828
Text by Seidl; Was D 957 No. 14
965B Fugal exercises, D 965B November
1828
Partly similar to D 952
966–992
1810–1828 Up ↑
966B Orchestral piece, D 966B A major 1820 or
later
Sketch
968 (1888) Sonatina, D 968 C major – A minor 1815–1819? For piano duet; Allegro moderato – Andante
968A 82p,2
(1860)
Introduction, Variations and Finale B major ? For piano duet
968B 121p
(1829)
Deux Marches caractéristiques C major spring 1826? For piano duet
969 77
(1827)
12 Valses nobles Various keys before
22/1/1827
For piano
970 (1889) Six Ländler, D 970, a.k.a. German Dances Various keys ? For piano; No. 2 near-identical to D 145 No. 7
971 (1823) Three German Dances, D 971 Various keys before
10/1/1823
For piano
972 (1889) Three German Dances, D 972 Various keys before
April 1817?
For piano; No. 3 reused in D 552
973 (1889) Three German Dances, D 973 Various keys ? For piano
974 (1889) Two German Dances, D 974 Various keys ? For piano
975 (1889) German Dance, D 975 D major ? For piano
976 (1825) Cotillon E major before
29/12/1825
For piano
977 (1889) Eight Écossaises, D 977 Various keys ? For piano
978 (1825) Waltz, D 978 A major before
29/12/1825
For piano
979 (1826) Waltz, D 979 G major before
23/12/1826
For piano
980 (1826) Two Waltzes, D 980 Various keys before
23/12/1826
For piano
980A Two Dances, D 980A Various keys ? For piano; Sketches
980B (1925) Two Ländler, D 980B E major ? For piano
980C (1930) Two Ländler, D 980C D major ? For piano; Fragments
980D (1828) Waltz, D 980D, a.k.a. Krähwinkler Tanz C major before
26/1/1828
For piano
980E Two Dances, D 980E Various keys 1818 or
later
For piano(?); Sketches
980F March, D 980F G major ? For piano; Arr. of a lost march for orchestra?
981 Der Minnesänger (Singspiel) ? Text by Kotzebue?; Lost
982 Sketches for an opera a.k.a. Sophie (Opera) Sep.–Oct.
1820[15]
For sstb and orchestra; Nos. 1–3 (No. 3 partly reused in D 796 No. 7)
983 17,1
(1823)
Jünglingswonne before
9/10/1823
Text by Matthisson; For ttbb
983A 17,2
(1823)
Liebe before
9/10/1823
Text by Schiller, from "Der Triumph der Liebe": stanza 25; Other: D 55, 61, 62, 63, 64; For ttbb
983B 17,3
(1823)
Zum Rundetanz before
9/10/1823
Text by Salis-Seewis (other setting: D Anh. I/18); For ttbb
983C 17,4
(1823)
Die Nacht, D 983C before
9/10/1823
Text by Krummacher(?); For ttbb
984 169p
(1865)
Der Wintertag a.k.a. Geburtstaglied 1821 or
later?
For ttbb and piano; Fragment: piano part lost
985 112p,1
(1829)
Gott im Ungewitter ? Text by Uz; For satb and piano
986 112p,2
(1829)
Gott der Weltschöpfer ? Text by Uz; For satb and piano
988 (1873) Liebe säuseln die Blätter ? Text by Hölty; Canon for three voices
988A Accompaniment part B major 1821 or
later
For piano, as accompaniment for a vocal composition
990 (1853) Der Graf von Habsburg 1815–1820 Text by Schiller
990A (1853) Kaiser Maximilian auf der Martinswand [in Tirol] 1815–1820 Text by Collin, H. J.
990B Augenblicke im Elysium ? Text by Schober; Music lost
990C 130p
(1830)
Das Echo ? Text by Castelli
990D Die Schiffende ? Text by Hölty; Music lost
990E L'incanto degli occhi 1813–1816? Text by Metastasio, from Attilio Regolo II (other version: D 902 No. 1); Aria for s
990F Ombre amene a.k.a. La serenata 1813–1816? Text by Metastasio; Aria for s; Formerly misidentified as an early setting of Il traditor deluso, D 902 No. 2
old→new
Up ↑
11



See D 11 No. 3
77



See D 77
105



See D 105
208



See D 208
323
O so laßt euch froh begrüssen
Text by Schiller; Last part of D 323
371



See D 371
383



See D 383
407



See D 407
452



See D 452
470



See D 470
489



See D 489
587



See D 587
598



See D 598
609



See D 609
639



See D 639
714



See D 714
732
Die Wolkenbraut
See D 732 No. 11
796
Laß dein Vertrauen nicht schwinden

Part of D 796 No. 21
849 Gmunden-Gastein Symphony C major Jun.–Sep.
1825
Probably identical to D 944 (if not: lost);[18] See also D Anh. I/6A
948



See D 948, 1st version
948 154p
(1849)


See D 948, 2nd version
deest (1894) Das war ich, D deest June 1816 Fragment; Music without text, title identical to D 174
Anh. II Schubert's arrangements of others' works
Up ↑
Anh.
II/1
Arrangement of Gluck's overture to Iphigénie en Aulide early 1810? Fragment for piano duet: last bars of the Primo part extant
Anh.
II/2
(1926) Arrangement of Matiegka's Notturno (Trio), Op. 21, a.k.a. Quartet, D Anh. II/2 G major 26/2/1814 For flute, viola, guitar, and a cello part added by Schubert; Movements 2 (Trio II) and 5 (Var. II) recomposed by Schubert
Anh.
II/3
Arrangement of two arias from Gluck's Echo et Narcisse March 1816 Text by Tschudi
Anh.
II/4
(1960) Arrangement of M. Stadler's 8th Psalm (Zwölf Psalmen David's No. 1) 29/8/1823 Text by Mendelssohn, M., translating Psalm 8; For voice and orchestra; Schubert adapted and orchestrated the piano accompaniment, slightly modifying the vocal part
Anh. III Schubert's copies of compositions by other composers
Up ↑
Anh.
III/1
Schubert's copy of nine canons by Michael Haydn and other composers: Nos. 1, 3, 4 and 6 by M. Haydn – No. 2 by M. or J. Haydn[19][20] – No. 5 by Otter [Wikisource:de] – No. 9 by Mozart summer
1810[21]
No. 1: for five voices (MH 577, also K. Anh. C.10.14)[22][23] – No. 2: for four voices (MH 619 or Hob. XXVIIb:Bb1)[24] – No. 3: for four voices (MH 582)[25] – No. 4: for five voices (MH 584)[26] – No. 5: for nine voices[27] – No. 6: for four voices (MH 699, also K. 562b)[28][29] – No. 7: (MH 714) – No. 8: (MH 723) – No. 9: for four voices (K. 553 [scores])
Anh.
III/2
Schubert's copy of Roser [scores]'s Die Teilung der Erde [de] c. 1810 Text by Schiller; Also Hob. XXVIa:C1[30]
Anh.
III/3
Schubert's copy of part of Mozart's Symphony No. 41 C major after
29/3/1813
Start of Minuet (3rd movement)
Anh.
III/4
Schubert's copy of a canon from Zumsteeg's Elbondocani before
fall 1813?
Text by Haug [de] (transl. from French); For sstb and piano
Anh.
III/5
Schubert's copy of Zumsteeg's Chor der Derwische spring
1813?
Text by Iffland, from Achmet und Zenide; for ttb
Anh.
III/6
Schubert's copy of Preindl [de]'s Offertory "Clamavi ad te", Op. 16 C major November
1813?
Only the start of the s part is extant in Schubert's copy
Anh.
III/7
Schubert's copy of Reichardt's Monolog aus Goethe's Iphigenie [scores] 1815 Text by Goethe, from Iphigenia in Tauris; For voice, women's choir and piano
Anh.
III/8
Schubert's copy of part of Beethoven's Symphony No. 4 B major 1821 or
later
Start of Adagio, Allegro vivace (1st movement)
Anh.
III/9
Schubert's copy of the organ part of M. Haydn's Deutsches Hochamt, MH 560 B major ? Text by Kohlbrenner; For SATB and organ; Schubert's autograph lost
Anh.
III/10
Schubert's copy of Preindl [de]'s Mass in C major C major 1821 or
later
Text: Mass ordinary (Schubert's settings: D 24E, 31, 45, 49, 56, 66, 105, 167, 324, 452, 678, 755 and 950); For SATB and orchestra; Copied by Schubert and his brother Ferdinand
Anh.
III/11
Schubert's copy of a canon by Mozart,[31] K. 440d (formerly K. Anh. 134), after K. 410/484d [scores] ? For two voices; Schubert's autograph lost
Anh.
III/12
Schubert's copy of a canon by Mozart,[31] K. 230/382b [scores] ? Text by Hölty; For two voices; Schubert's autograph lost
Anh.
III/13
Schubert's copy of Beethoven's Abendlied unterm gestirnten Himmel, WoO 150 [scores] after
March 1820
Text by Goeble; Schubert's autograph transposed, incomplete

1810[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1810 (or earlier) are in the range D 1–1C:

1811[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1811 are in the range D 2–12:

1812[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1812 are in the range D 13–37:

1813[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1813 are in the range D 37A–91:

1814[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1814 are in the range D 92–126:

1815[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1815 are in the range D 127–330:

1816[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1816 are in the range D 331–510:

1817[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1817 are in the range D 511–598:

1818[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1818 are in the range D 599–632:

1819[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1819 are in the range D 633–678:

1820[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1820 are in the range D 679–708:

1821[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1821 are in the range D 708A–732:

1822[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1822 are in the range D 733–767:

1823[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1823 are in the range D 768–798:

1824[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1824 are in the range D 799–822:

1825[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1825 are in the range D 823–862:

1826[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1826 are in the range D 863–895:

1827[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1827 are in the range D 896–936:

1828[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions of 1828 are in the range D 936A–965B:

Composition date undetermined[edit]

Most of Schubert's compositions with an unknown or uncertain date of origin are in the range D 966–992:

Not in the Deutsch catalogue[edit]

The New Schubert Edition mentions several compositions without a Deutsch number (D deest), most of them lost or fragmentary:

  • Song for voice and piano, improvised for a play, possibly identical to D 284 (1815?, lost?)[32]
  • "Seliges Genügen", on a text by Johanna Claudine von Ziglowski (date unknown, lost)[33]
  • Song, fragment for voice and piano (c. 1827, lost)[34]
  • Fragment without text for vocal soloists, choir and orchestra (date unknown)[35]
  • "doch stärker ist die Mutterliebe", fragment for voice and orchestra (date unknown, lost)[36]
  • Overture for orchestra (date unknown, lost)[37]
  • String Quartet in B-flat major (1816, lost)[38]
  • Fantasy for string quartet (1813, lost)[39]
  • String Sextet, fragment for three violins, viola, cello and double bass (date unknown, lost)[40]
  • Fugue for piano duet (1813, lost)[41]
  • "Lieder für das Pianoforte": songs for voice and/or piano (unknown date, lost)[42]
  • Minuet for piano? (1813?, sketch)[43]
  • Canon a trè: fragment of a canon for three voices (1816?)[44]
  • Canon in C major for five voices (1826?)[45]
  • Three 2-part imitation exercises in invertible counterpoint (1828)[46]

Other:[citation needed]

  • Sketch of a composition "?" ['?'] for unspecified voices and orchestra (1811?, sketch)
  • Mass in C major (?) for mixed choir, two violins and organ (1811?, sketch?; lost or never written)
  • Theme of a dance composition (?) for piano (?) (1812?, sketch)
  • Trio "Scherz-Terzett" ['Mala musica, bona musica?'] for three altos (1812, doubtful)
  • Aria "?" ['?'] for bass and piano (?) (1812, sketch; also appears as "Allegretto in D major")
  • Fragment of a composition for violin (?) (1813, sketch; fragment)
  • Sketch of a composition for unspecified instrument(s) (1813, sketch)
  • Fugue in F major for piano (1813, sketch)
  • Piano piece (?) in F major (1813, sketch)
  • Fragment of an instrumental composition for violin, viola and guitar (?) (1813?, fragment)
  • Four Dances in A major for piano (1816?, only incipits are extant)
  • Song "?" ['?'] in C major for voice and piano (1816, fragment)
  • Song "Die Nacht" ['Die Nacht bricht an, mit leisen Lüften sinket'] for voice and guitar (after 1816?, doubtful; accompaniment part by Franz Xaver Baron von Schlechta; voice part by Schubert?)
  • Sketch of a theme for unspecified instruments/voices "Themenentwurf" (1818, sketch)
  • Sketch of a theme in A minor for unspecified instruments/voices "Themenentwurf" (1818, sketch)
  • Ecossaise in G major, Ländler in F major and Ländler in F minor (?) for piano (1818, sketches)
  • Vocal composition "?" ['?'] for mixed choir (?) (1818?, fragment without text)
  • Accompaniment for a vocal composition "?" ['?'] (1821?, fragment)
  • Vocal composition "?" ['?'] for unspecified voices (1821?, fragment)
  • Tantum ergo ['Tantum ergo'] in C major for mixed choir and orchestra (1821)
  • Fragment of a composition for unspecified instruments (1823, sketch)
  • Sketch of a composition for orchestra (?) (1823, piano sketch)
  • Piano Sonata in C-sharp major (1825?, lost or identical to D 568 1st version)
  • Trio "?" ['?'] in D major for unspecified voices (date unknown, fragment without text)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Newbould 1999.
  2. ^ Hilmar & Jestremski 2004.
  3. ^ Badura-Skoda & Branscombe 2008.
  4. ^ Deutsch 1951, pp. xvixvii.
  5. ^ Reed 1997, pp. 483484.
  6. ^ Van Hoorickx 1971.
  7. ^ a b c d e f Deutsch 1951.
  8. ^ a b c d e f Deutsch 1978.
  9. ^ a b c d NSA website.
  10. ^ AGA 1884–1897.
  11. ^ a b NSA scores.
  12. ^ Schubert-online.
  13. ^ a b c LiederNet Archive.
  14. ^ a b Reed 1997.
  15. ^ a b c d e f g h NSA II, 15, p. IX (in Introduction).
  16. ^ NSA website, Winterabend.
  17. ^ NSA website, Winterlied, D 324A.
  18. ^ a b c d Kube 2009.
  19. ^ Mozart, Haydn & Haydn 2008, No. 21: "Vom Gluck sei alles dir beschert", MH 619.
  20. ^ Hob., "Vom Glück sei alles Dir beschert", Hob XXVIIb:B1.
  21. ^ Schubert-online, Anhang III,1 Michael Haydn und andere Komponisten: Neun Kanons.
  22. ^ Mozart, Haydn & Haydn 2008, No. 18: "Es packe dich das Gluck", MH 577.
  23. ^ K., "Es packe dich das Glück beim Kragen", KV Anh C.10.14.
  24. ^ RISM No. 400187433
  25. ^ Mozart, Haydn & Haydn 2008, No. 19: "Gluck fehl dir vor allen", MH 582.
  26. ^ Mozart, Haydn & Haydn 2008, No. 22: "Wohlsein, Freude", MH 584.
  27. ^ Hilmar & Jestremski 2004, p. 361.
  28. ^ Mozart, Haydn & Haydn 2008, No. 17: "Adam hat sieben Sohn", MH 699.
  29. ^ Keefe 2006, p. 135.
  30. ^ Hob., "Die Teilung der Erde", Hob XXVIa:C1.
  31. ^ a b Van Hoorickx 1974–1976.
  32. ^ NSA website, #1228: (Lied improvised for a play).
  33. ^ NSA website, #1229: Seliges Genügen.
  34. ^ NSA website, #1230: (Liedfragment).
  35. ^ NSA website, #1232: (Fragment ohne Text).
  36. ^ NSA website, #1233: "doch stärker ist die Mutterliebe".
  37. ^ NSA website, #1234: Ouvertüre.
  38. ^ NSA website, #1235: Streichquartett in B.
  39. ^ NSA website, #1236: Fantasie.
  40. ^ NSA website, #1237: Streichsextett.
  41. ^ NSA website, #1238: Fuge.
  42. ^ NSA website, #1239: "Lieder für das Pianoforte".
  43. ^ NSA website, #1240: Menuett.
  44. ^ NSA website, #1241: Canon a trè.
  45. ^ NSA website, #1242: Kanon in C.
  46. ^ NSA scores, VIII, 2 No. 10.

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