List of compositions by Max Bruch

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Max Bruch

This list of compositions by Max Bruch is sorted by genre.

Orchestral works[edit]

  • Suite No. 1 on Russian Themes, Op. 79b (Berlin, 1903)
  • Suite No. 2 for Orchestra (Nordland Suite) (on Swedish themes), Op. posth. (Berlin, 1906)
  • Suite No. 3 for Orchestra and organ, Op. posth. (Berlin, 1904-1915)
  • Swedish Dances, Op. 63 (Berlin, 1892)
  • Symphony No. 1 in E flat major, Op. 28 (Sondershausen, 1868)
  • Symphony No. 2 in F minor, Op. 36 (Berlin, 1870)
  • Symphony No. 3 in E major, Op. 51 (Berlin, 1887)
  • Serenade After Swedish Melodies, Op. Posth. (String Orchestra) (1916) (reworking of the Nordland Suite)

Works for Soloist(s) and Orchestra[edit]

Operas[edit]

  • Claudine von Villa Bella, Op. posthumous
  • Die Loreley, Op. 16
  • Hermione, Op. 40
  • Scherz, List und Rache, Op. 1

Choral works[edit]

  • Die Birken und die Erlen (G. Pfarrius), Op. 8 (Leipzig, 1859)
  • Frithjof: Szenen aus der Frithjof-Sage (E. Tegnèr), Op. 23 (Breslau, 1864)
  • Schön Ellen (Geibel), ballad, Op. 24 (Bremen, 1867)
  • Salamis: Siegesgesang der Griechen (H. Lingg), Op. 25 (Breslau, ?1868)
  • Frithjof auf seines Vaters Grabhügel (Tegnèr), Op. 27 (Leipzig, 1870)
  • Normannenzug (J.V. von Scheffel), Op. 32 (Leipzig, 1870)
  • Dithyrambe (after Schiller), Op. 39 (Berlin, ?1871)
  • Odysseus: Szenen aus der Odyssee (Wilhelm Paul Graff- after Homer?), Op. 41 (Berlin, 1872)
  • Arminius (J. Cüppers), oratorio, Op. 43 (Berlin, 1877)
  • Achilleus (H. Bulthaupt), Op. 50 (Berlin, 1885)
  • Das Feuerkreuz (H. Bulthaupt, after Walter Scott: The Lady of the Lake), Op.52 (Berlin, 1889)
  • Leonidas (H. Bulthaupt), Op. 66 (Berlin, 1894)
  • Moses (text by Ludwig Spitta (1845-1901)), Op. 67 (Berlin, 1894-5)
  • Gustav Adolf (text by Albert Hackenberg (de)), oratorio, Op. 73 (Berlin, 1898)
  • Damajanti (after anon. Indian poem), Op. 78 (Berlin, 1903)
  • Die Macht des Gesangs (after Schiller), Op. 87 (Berlin, 1912)
  • Trauerfeier für Mignon (after Goethe), Op. 93 (Leipzig, 1919)
  • Odysseus: Szenen aus der Odyssee (by W. P. Graff), for solo voices, chorus (SATB), and orchestra, Op. 41 (Berlin, 1872)
  • Das Lied von der Glocke, oratorio for solo voices, chorus (SATB), and orchestra, after Das Lied von der Glocke of Friedrich Schiller, Op. 45 (1872)

Chamber works[edit]

  • Four pieces for cello and piano, Op. 70 (Berlin, 1896)
  • Eight pieces for clarinet, viola, and piano, Op. 83 (1910)
  • Octet for Strings in B-flat major, Op. posth. (Berlin, 1920)
  • Piano Trio in C minor, Op. 5
  • Piano Quintet in G minor, Op. posth. (Liverpool, 1886)
  • Fantasie for Two pianos, Op. 11
  • Septet in E-flat major, Op. posth. (1849) (de:Septett Es-Dur (Bruch))
  • String Quartet (1850)[1]
  • String Quartet in C minor, Op. posth. (1852)[2]
  • String Quartet No. 1 in C minor, Op. 9 (1858-59)
  • String Quartet No. 2 in E major, Op. 10 (1860)
  • String Quintet in A minor, Op. posth. (Berlin, 1918)
  • String Quintet in E-flat major, Op. posth. (Berlin, 1918)

Lieder[edit]

  • Five Songs, Op. 97
  • Five Songs for Baritone, Op. 59
  • Four Songs, Op. 15
  • Four Songs, Op. 18
  • Four Songs, Op. 33
  • Hymnus, Op. 13
  • Lieder für gemischten Chor, Op. 86
  • Lieder und Gesänge, Op. 49
  • Nine Songs, Op. 60
  • Seven Part-Songs, Op. 71
  • Seven Songs, Op. 6
  • Siechentrost, Op. 54
  • Siechentrost Lieder (Solace in Affliction), Op. 54
  • Six Songs, Op. 7 Szene der Marfa (Martha's Scene from Schiller's Demetrius), Op. 80
  • Ten Songs, Op. 17
  • Three duets, Op. 4
  • Zwölf schottische Volkslieder, Op. posth.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mentioned in a April 1850 letter by his teacher, Ferdinand Hiller.
  2. ^ Composed for a scholarship application, lost until 2013