List of compositions by Moritz Moszkowski

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A lithograph of Moritz Moszkowski taken circa 1890.

The following is the complete List of compositions by Moritz Moszkowski. Both tables (works with and without opus number) are sortable by title, key, tempo, and year (date of composition, when applicable), and non-sortable by opus or MoszWV (Moszkowski Werkverzeichnis — Moszkowski work directory) numbers, name or movement of the composition, genre and notes, where additional information on Moszkowski's life and his compositions has been displayed. The font-size of both tables has been adjusted to 96% and all the information has been centered to ease the reading of every piece, the way that every opus number a, b or c has been marked in gray for the same purpose. The dark gray line ____ immediately under Opus 58b and MoszWV 205 (15a, 15b, 55a, 56a, 56b, 56c, MoszWV 67-73, 120 and 174 were written after 1896) functions as a chronological divider for Moszkowski's life in Berlin (before 1897), and in Paris (from 1897 on), when the information is then sorted by year.

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Works with opus number[edit]

Title Opus Name Key Tempo Ge Year Note
Scherzo 1 B-flat major Quasi andantino 1874 [n 1]
Albumblatt 2 A-flat major Moderato e grazioso 1875 [n 2]
Piano Concerto No. 1 3 First movement B minor Allegro con spirito 1874 [n 3]
Second movement G major Adagio
Third movement E major Scherzo molto vivace
Fourth movement B minor Allegro con spirito l'istesso tempo
Caprice 4 A minor Vivo 1875 [n 4]
Hommage à Schumann 5 E-flat major Allegro con brio 1875 [n 5]
Fantasie-Impromptu 6 F major Allegretto grazioso 1875 [n 6]
G minor L’istesso tempo
D minor Tempo I (Allegretto grazioso)
Trois Moments Musicaux 7 No. 1 B major Allegramente 1875 [n 7]
No. 2 C-sharp minor Con moto
No. 3 F-sharp major Tranquillo e semplice
Fünf Walzer 8 No. 1 A major Allegro moderato 1875 [n 8]
No. 2 A minor Pesante e lugubre
No. 3 E major Allegro grazioso
No. 4 G major Vivace assai
No. 5 D major Pomposo ed energico, ma non troppo allegro
8a Idem Idem Idem [n 9]
Zwei Lieder 9 Die Verlassene Allegretto 1876 [n 10]
Schlaflied (Berceuse) D major Andante
Skizzen, Vier Kleine Stücke 10 Melodie G-flat major Con moto 1876 [n 11]
Thema E major Tranquillo ed espressivo
Mazurka G major Allegro
Impromptu über Sachs G minor Allegro assai
Drei Stücke 11 Polonaise E-flat major Brioso ed energico 1876 [n 12]
Walzer Allegretto grazioso
Ungarischer Tanz D major Allegro con fuoco
Spanische Tänze 12 Flamenco (Gypsy Dance) C major Allegro brioso 1876 [n 13]
Romance in Córdoba G minor Moderato
Juana (Andalusian Vito) A major Con moto
Malagueña B-flat major Allegro comodo
Bolero D major Con spirito
12a Idem Idem Idem [n 14]
Drei Lieder 13 Bitte Molto moderato 1877 [n 15]
Und wüssten´s die Blumen Andante melancolico
Mädchenaug'! Mädchenaug'! Con vivacita
Humoreske 14 D major Allegro fastoso 1877 [n 16]
Sechs Stücke 15 Serenata D major Andante grazioso 1877 [n 17]
Arabeske G major Allegro molto
Mazurka G minor Allegro
Canon D major Con moto
Walzer D-flat major Molto moderato
Barcarole A minor Andante semplice
15a Serenata Idem Idem 1911 [n 18]
15b Waltzer 1902 [n 19]
Zwei Konzertstücke 16 Ballade G minor Andante con moto 1878 [n 20]
Bolero D major Allegro spiritoso
16a Ballade Idem Idem [n 21]
Drei Klavierstücke in Tanzform 17 Polonaise D major Allegro con fuoco 1878 [n 22]
Menuett G major Allegro moderato
Waltzer A major Molto allegro
17a Menuett Idem Idem [n 23]
Fünf Klavierstücke 18 Melodie F major Moderato 1878 [n 24]
Scherzino F major Allegro
Étude G major Con agilita
Marcia G major Allegro moderato
Polonaise B-flat major Con grazia
18a Melodie Idem Idem [n 25]
Johanna d'Arc 19 First movement Allegro comodo 1875–76 [n 26]
Second movement Andante malinconico
Third movement Molto moderato
Fourth movement Allegro molto
19a Prozessionsmarsch aus Johanna d‘Arc Idem Idem 1879 [n 27]
Allegro Scherzando 20 E major Allegro 1879 [n 28]
Album Espagnol 21 G major Allegro moderato 1879 [n 29]
D major Vivace assai
F-sharp minor Con moto
D major Moderato e grazioso
Tränen. Fünf Gedichte von Adelbert von Chamisso 22 Was ist's, o Vater, was ich verbrach? D major Allegro molto 1879 [n 30]
Ich habe, bevor der Morgen Molto moderato
Nicht der Tau und nicht der Regen Allegro appasionato
Denke, denke, mein Geliebter B major Andante con moto
Wie so bleich ich geworden bin? G major Allegretto
Aus aller Herren Länder 23 Russland A minor Allegretto 1879 [n 31]
Deutschland Andante
Spanien Molto vivace
Polen C-sharp minor Allegro con fuoco
Italien Presto
Ungarn Molto allegro
23a Idem Idem Idem 1884 [n 32]
23b Russisch Idem Idem 1879 [n 33]
Drei Konzertetüden 24 No. 1 Les Vague G-flat major Allegro patetico 1880 [n 34]
No. 2 Il Lamento C-sharp minor Moderato assai
No. 3 C major Vivace
Deutsche Reigen 25 D major Moderato 1880 [n 35]
A major Allegretto con moto
F major Moderato e grazioso
A-flat major Allegro animato
E-flat major Allegro con brio, un poco meno allegro
Drei Gedichte im Volkston 26 Ich frage nicht G-flat major Andante 1881 [n 36]
O süsseste Not! C-sharp minor
Auf, hinaus C major
Barcarole und Tarantelle 27 Barcarole G major Allegro con moto 1881 [n 37]
Tarantelle G-flat major Presto
Miniaturen 28 G major Allegro moderato 1882 [n 38]
C major Allegro giocoso
E minor Vivace con spirito
E major Allegretto grazioso
G major Molto allegro
Drei Stücke 29 Air 1882 [n 39]
Tarentelle
Berceuse
Violin Concerto 30 First movement C major Allegro commodo 1883 [n 40]
Second movement E minor Andante
Third movement C major Vivace
30a Idem Idem Idem [n 41]
Six Morceaux 31 Monologue E minor Andante sostenuto 1883 [n 42]
Mélodie G major Molto vivace
Valse mélancolique B-flat major Moderato
Scherzetto A-flat major Allegro con spirito
Impromptu D-flat major Tranquillo, ma non troppo lento
Caprice G major Allegretto
31a Scherzetto Idem Idem [n 43]
31b Caprice Idem Idem [n 44]
Drei Klavierstücke 32 In tempo di minuetto E major Moderato 1883 [n 45]
Étude D major Allegro
Walzer E major Grazioso
Vier Klavierstücke 33 Kindermarsch Allegro 1883 [n 46]
Humoreske Allegretto
Tarantelle Allegro molto
Spinnerlied Vivo
Trois Morceaux 34 Valse E major Allegro moderato 1884 [n 47]
Étude C major Molto allegro
Mazurka E major Lento
34a Valse Idem Idem [n 48]
Quatre Morceaux 35 Caprice mélancolique Allegretto con moto 1885 [n 49]
Moment musical Con moto
Pièce drôlatique G-flat major Moderato con leggerezza
Impromptu G major Allegro grazioso
Huit Morceaux Caractéristiques 36 Pièce rococo D-flat major Moderato 1886 [n 50]
Rêverie A-flat major Molto tranquillo
Expansion D-flat major Allegro anomato
En automne B-flat minor Veloce
Air de ballet G minor Allegretto
Étincelles B-flat major Allegro scherzando
Valse sentimentale C major Commodo
Pièce rustique E major Moderato
Caprice Espagnol 37 A minor Vivace 1885 [n 51]
Quatre Morceaux 38 Bourrée Allegro molto 1886 [n 52]
Berceuse Andante
Mazurka Allegro moderato
Mélodie italienne Allegro con spirito
Première Suite d'Orchestre 39 No. 1 F major Allegro molto e brioso 1885 [n 53]
No. 2 Allegro giojoso
No. 3 Tema con variazioni A major Andante
No. 4 Intermezzo Allegretto con moto
No. 5 Perpetuum mobile F major Vivace
39a Idem Idem Idem [n 54]
39b Intermezzo Idem Idem [n 55]
Scherzo-Valse 40 G-flat major Allegro 1886 [n 56]
Gondoliera 41 G minor Andante con moto 1886 [n 57]
Trois Morceaux Poétiques 42 Romance D minor Allegretto 1887 [n 58]
Siciliano F-sharp minor Con malinconia
Momento giojoso E-flat major Molto vivace
Deux Morceaux 43 Cortège A minor Allegro ma non troppo 1887 [n 59]
Gavotte Moderato
43a Cortège. Fantastischer Zug Idem Idem 1888 [n 60]
Der Schäfer putzte sich zum Tanz 44 1887 [n 61]
44a Idem Idem [n 62]
Zwei Klavierstücke 45 Polonaise D-flat major Moderato 1888 [n 63]
Guitarre G major Allegro comodo
45a Guitarre Idem Idem [n 64]
45b Guitarre Idem Idem [n 65]
Valse et Mazurka 46 1890 [n 66]
Deuxième Suite d'Orchestre 47 Preludio G minor Lento 1890 [n 67]
Fuga Un pochino più animato
Scherzo Molto vivace
Larghetto Larghetto
Intermezzo D major Allegretto con moto
Marcia G major Allegro con brio
47a Preludio et Intermezzo Idem Idem [n 68]
Deux Études de Concert 48 D major Presto 1890 [n 69]
C major Allegro brillante
Boabdil, der letzte Maurenkönig 49 1888–92 [n 70]
Balletmusik aus der Oper Boadbil 49a Malagueña Allegro pomposo 1892 [n 71]
Scherzo-Valse E minor
Maurische Fantasia A major
Maurischer Marsch aus der Oper Boadbil 49b B-flat major Allegro moderato [n 72]
Einzugsmarsch aus der Oper Boabdil 49c D major Allegro 1893 [n 73]
Suite 50 First movement G major Allegro moderato 1892 [n 74]
Second movement. Air G major Andante malinconico
Third movement. Capriccio G major Molto vivace
Presto alla Giga G major Con bravura
Fackeltanz 51 E-flat major Allegro molto moderato 1893 [n 75]
51a Idem Idem [n 76]
Sechs Fantasiestücke 52 Landschaftsbildchen Allegro moderato 1894 [n 77]
Nachtstück Agitato
Zwiegesang Andante espressivo
Die Jongleurin E-flat major Allegro con spirito
Maskenscherz und Demaskirung Allegro appassionato
Beim Feste Allegro molto
Laurin. Ballet in Six Tableaux 53 1892–95 [n 78]
Vier Stücke aus dem Ballett Laurin 53a Tanz der Rosenelfen E major Allegretto grazioso 1895 [n 79]
Marsch der Zwerge E-flat major Allegro moderato
Sarabande und Double F major Andante
D minor Un poco animato
Valse Coquette G major Allegro scherzando
Drei Stücke 54 Danse fantastique G major Allegretto con moto 1895 [n 80]
Mélodie G major Andante con moto
Capriccietto E major Allegro giojoso
Polnische Volkstänze 55 Mazurka E major Allegro 1896 [n 81]
Mazurka G major Allegro un poco moderato
Polonaise B minor Allegretto con moto
Krakowiak G major Allegro con spirito
55a Mazurka Idem Idem 1898 [n 82]
Krakowiak
55b Idem Idem Idem 1896 [n 83]
Don Juan und Faust 56 Overture Allegro appassionato 1896 [n 84]
Entr'acte G major Andante
Sarabande D major Grave
Passepied A major Allegro molto
Intermezzo A-flat major Moderato
Fantasmagorie E major Andante quasi allegretto
Minuetto B-flat major Allegro
Six Airs de Ballet 56a Idem Idem Idem 1897 [n 85]
56b Idem Idem Idem [n 86]
56c Sarabande Idem Idem [n 87]
Passepied Idem Idem
Frühling. Fünf Stücke 57 Ungeduld E-flat major Allegro affettuoso 1896 [n 88]
Frühlingsläuten B-flat major Allegretto con moto
Blumenstück F major Moderato
Zephyr D-flat major Allegretto animato
Liebeswalzer A-flat major Tempo giusto
Tristesses et Sourires 58 Effusion Con moto agitato 1896 [n 89]
Consolation A-flat major Allegro moderato
Près du berceau Allegretto grazioso
Vieux souvenir Allegro comodo
Historiette d'enfants Vivace
Mélancolie Andante semplice
Rêve étrange G major Allegro con spirito
Résignation Andante con moto
58a Près du berceau Idem Idem [n 90]
58b [n 91]
Piano Concerto No. 2 59 First movement E major Moderato 1897 [n 92]
Second movement C-sharp minor Andante
Third movement E major Scherzo vivace
Fourth movement E major Allegro deciso
59a Idem Idem Idem [n 93]
Trois Mazurkas 60 Mazurka G minor 1898 [n 94]
F major
D major
60a Idem F major Idem [n 95]
60b Idem D major Idem [n 96]
Trois Arabesques 61 No. 1 F minor Allegretto anomato 1899 [n 97]
No. 2 D-flat major Allegro piacevoe
No. 3 G major Allegro
Romance et Scherzo 62 Romance A major Andante espressivo 1899 [n 98]
Scherzo G minor Presto con leggierezza
Trois Bagatelles 63 No. 1 D major Allegro comodo 1899 [n 99]
No. 2 C minor Allegro non troppo
No. 3 F major Allegretto scherzando
École des Doubles-Notes 64

Les gammes en tierces
Les gammes en sixtes
Les gammes majeures en quartes
Gammes chromatiques







1900 [n 100]
Collection d'exercices en doubles notes
Quatre grandes études

A-flat major
B-flat major
B-flat major
E-flat major

Allgro molto
Allegro
Vivace
Appassionato

Neue Spanische Tänze 65 No. 1 E-flat major Allegro ma non troppo 1900 [n 101]
No. 2 A minor Andante con moto
Habanera F major Allegretto
65a Habanera Idem Idem 1901 [n 102]
65b 1904 [n 103]
65c Spanischer Tanz Idem Idem 1911 [n 104]
Trois Pensées Fugitives 66 No. 1 F-sharp minor Agitato 1900 [n 105]
No. 2 E major Allegretto con moto
No. 3 F major Vivo
Deux Morceaux 67 Poème de mai B-flat major Con moto 1901 [n 106]
Étude G minor Vivace
67a Idem Idem Idem 1906 [n 107]
67b 1904 [n 108]
Quatre Morceaux 68 Nocturne F minor Andante con moto 1902 [n 109]
Minuetto D minor Allegro moderato
Au crépuscule F-sharp minor Lento
Danse russe D major Allegro con spirito
Valse de Concert 69 F major Allegro 1902 [n 110]
Deux Morceaux 70 Caprice-Étude D minor Veloce 1902 [n 111]
Improvisation Andante con moto
Suite für Zwei Violinen und Klavier 71 No. 1 G minor Allegro energico 1903 [n 112]
No. 2 E minor Allegro moderato
No. 3 E minor Lento assai
No. 4 E minor Molto vivace
Quinze Études de Virtuosité 72 No. 1 E major Vivace 1903 [n 113]
No. 2 G minor Allegro brillante
No. 3 G major Vivo e con fuoco
No. 4 C major Allegro moderato
No. 5 C major Veloce e leggiero
No. 6 F major Presto
No. 7 E-flat major Allegro energico
No. 8 C major Allegro energico
No. 9 D minor Allegro
No. 10 C major Allegro
No. 11 A-flat major Presto e con leggierezza
No. 12 D-flat major Presto
No. 13 A-flat minor Molto animato
No. 14 C minor Moderato
No. 15 B major Allegro
Trois Morceaux 73 Esquisse vénitienne A minor Allegreto 1904 [n 114]
Impromptu A-flat major Allegro con spirito
Course folle G-flat major Allegro molto
Kaleidoskop 74 E-flat major Molto allegro con fuoco 1904 [n 115]
G minor Presto
D major Andante
F-sharp minor Allegro moderato e grazioso
B major Allegro con spirito
E minor Mesto
A major Tempo di valse
Deux Morceaux 75 Caprice Allegro con leggiereza 1906 [n 116]
L'agilità B-flat major Molto allegro
Trois Morceaux 76 Souvenir du Pausilippe Allegretto con moto 1906 [n 117]
Valse-Caprice Molto vivace
Fabliau G major Allegro moderato
Dix Pièces Mignonnes 77 Tristesse Andante 1907 [n 118]
Scherzino Allegro vivace
Romance sans paroles Andante espressivo
Inquiétude Allegro molto
Intimité Allegro comodo
Tarentelle F major Presto
Impromptu Allegro moderato
Pantomime E minor Allegro con spirito
Mélodie Allegretto
Menuet Molto moderato
Drei Etüden 78 No. 1 F major Vivace 1907 (?) [n 119]
No. 2 A-flat major Allegro grazioso
No. 3 A-flat major Moderato e cantabile
Troisième Suite d'Orchestre 79 No. 1 A-flat major Allegro 1908 [n 120]
No. 2 F major Molto moderato (La note obstinée)
No. 3 D-flat major Tempo di valse, non troppo allegro
No. 4 A-flat major Allegro deciso
Valse pour Piano 79a No. 3 Idem Idem [n 121]
Deux Morceaux 80 Pièce romantique Allegretto moderato 1908 [n 122]
Mit Fächer und Mantilla (Con Mantilla y Abanico) Allegro leggiero
Six Morceaux 81 Canon Allegro grazioso 1909 [n 123]
Allegro agitato
Étude de legato Moderato
Humoresque Allegro scherzando
Romance Moderato e dolente
Melodia appassionata Allegro leggiero
Quatre Morceaux 82 Les nymphes 1909 [n 124]
Caprice
Mélodie
Humoresque
Six Morceaux 83 Élégie Molto moderato ed espressivo 1909 [n 125]
Sur l'eau Allegretto animato
Vieux pastel Comodo
Canon Andante cantabile
Chanson populaire Allegretto semplice
Chanson napolitaine Vivacissimo
Quatre Moments Musicaux 84 No. 1 B-flat major Con moto 1910 [n 126]
No. 2 F major Moderato e grazioso
No. 3 C minor Maestoso
No. 4 G major Animato ma non troppo
Präludium und Fuge 85 Präludium D minor Moderato 1910 [n 127]
Fuge F major Allegro energico
Trois Morceaux 86 Feuillet d'album Animato e con leggierezza 1911 [n 128]
Gavotte Allegro deciso
Scherzo-Étude Presto
Trois Morceaux 87 Complainte C-sharp minor Andante 1911 [n 129]
Offrande B minor Animato ma non tropo
Impromptu D minor Allegro grazioso
Grande Valse de Concert 88 G-flat major Moderato 1912 [n 130]
Tanz-momente 89 Valse-prélude G minor Allegro con fuoco 1912 [n 131]
Valse mignonne G-flat major Animato e grazioso
Valse triste B-flat minor Moderato ed espressivo
Valse tendre F major Tempo commodo
Valse-Tourbillon A major Vivace
Introduction et Allegro pour l‘Orgue Aeolien 90 1913? [n 132]
Vingt Petites Études 91 No. 1 G major Con moto 1913 [n 133]
No. 2 C major Vivace
No. 3 C major Vivace
No. 4 F major Allegro
No. 5 B-flat major Tempo animato
No. 6 E-flat major Allegro ma troppo
No. 7 G major Allegro brillante
No. 8 B minor Moderato
No. 9 G major Comodo
No. 10 G minor Andante con moto
No. 11 C major Allegro ma non troppo
No. 12 C major Veloce
No. 13 F minor Con moto ma non troppo
No. 14 C major Animato e leggiero
No. 15 E-flat major Allergo non troppo, ma molto energico
No. 16 G minor Allegro energico
No. 17 E-flat major Moderato e cantabile
No. 18 A minor Vivo
No. 19 E major Presto
No. 20 G-flat major Allegro moderato
12 Études de Piano pour la Main Gauche Seule 92 No. 1 C major Allegro energico 1915 [n 134]
No. 2 A minor Allegro ma un poco moderato
No. 3 A minor Allegro ma non troppo
No. 4 E minor Allegro moderato
No. 5 G major Andante espressivo
No. 6 G minor Presto
No. 7 G major Allegretto scherzando
No. 8 G minor Veloce
No. 9 E-flat major Tempo animato
No. 10 A-flat major Veloce et con leggierezza
No. 11 D-flat major Moderato e cantabile
No. 12 B-flat minor Allegro impetuoso
Six Morceaux 93 Miniature (Memories) Moderato e grazioso 1916 [n 135]
Mélodie Élégiaque (Plaintive Thoughts) Andante
Au fil de l'eau (By the Stream) Con moto moderato
Étude (Exultation) Tempo animato
Impromptu (Mockery) Allegretto animato
Mousse de champagne
(Glittering Dewdrops)
D major Presto
Dix Petits Morceaux 94 Prélude (On Restless Seas) Allegro energico 1916 ca. [n 136]
Calme du soir (Evening in the Vale) Molto moderato
Idylle (Waterlilies) Andante quasi allegretto
Étude (April weather) Vivo
Aux vieux temps (From long ago) Allegro con spiriro
Danse de la magicienne (Enchantress) Moderato
Bagatelle (Southern Breezes) Allegretto anomato
Cantilena (Dawn in the Forest) Andante
Pensée fugitive (Moonbeams) Andante con moto
Rondo joyeuse (Midsummer) Vivacissimo
Cinq Pièces Brèves 95 Mélodie plaintive Andante con moto 1920 [n 137]
Scherzino Allegro animato
Minuetto Moderato
Arabesque Allegretto grazioso
Câlinerie Tempo comodo
Le maître et l'élève 96 Prologue Allegro brioso 1920 [n 138]
Moment musical Molto moderato
Mélodie Allegro moderato
Air de ballet Andante con moto
Arabesque Allegretto animato
Berceuse Andante
Valse Tempo moderato
Tarentelle Molto vivace
Esquisses techniques 97 No. 1 C major Tempo comodo 1920 [n 139]
No. 2 A minor Molto allegro energico
No. 3 C major Allegro molto
No. 4 F minor Allegro ma non troppo
No. 5 C major Allegrissimo
No. 6 A-flat major Allegro assai
No. 7 C major Puittosto allegro
No. 8 C major Allegro ma non troppo
No. 9 C minor Tempo animato
No. 10 G minor Molto animato e leggero
No. 11 B-flat major Molto vivace
No. 12 G minor Allegretto
No. 13 D major Allegro grazioso
No. 14 C major Con moto ma non troppo
No. 15 F-sharp minor Con moto ma non troppo
No. 16 D-flat major Presto
No. 17 A major Vivo

Works without opus number[edit]

Title WV Name Key Tempo Ge Year Note
Mazurka 63 G major 1873 [n 140]
Conservatoristen-Polka 64 G major 1875 [n 141]
Valse brillante 65 A-flat major Allegro con brio 1877 [n 142]
La Danse 66 1888 [n 143]
Pensée fugitive 67 E minor Andante malinconico 1898 [n 144]
Valse de Concert 68 E major Allegro 1901 [n 145]
Valse-Impromptu 69 A-flat major Allegro moderato 1901 [n 146]
Lumières du matin 70 A-flat major Allegro moderato 1906 [n 147]
Valse mignonne 71 G-flat major Moderato 1912 [n 148]
Momento-Scherzo 72 1913 [n 149]
Étude mélodique 73 A-flat major Molto animato e leggiero 1913 [n 150]
Mélodie [et Morceau] 120 1906 [n 151]
Stücke für Violine und Klavier 133 1865-69 [n 152]
Quintett für Klavier und Streichquartett 136 No. 1 Introduction D minor Grave 1872 ca. [n 153]
No. 2 Allegro con brio F major Alla breve
No. 3 Minuetto F major Allegro assai
Overture 145 D major 1871–72 [n 154]
Symphony 146 No. 1 Maestoso D minor Allegro appassionato, piu mosso 1873 [n 155]
No. 2 Scherzo F major Vivo
No. 3 Larghetto B-flat major Tranquillo
No. 4 Finale C major Presto non tanto, piu mosso
Zwei Lieder 174 Lied der Pixies 1907 [n 156]
Der Regenbogen
Mein Engel, Du! (La Jota) 175 D minor Allegretto 1884 [n 157]
Anton Notenquetscher 205 Theme (Im Grunewald ist Holzauktion) E minor 1896 [n 158]
Var. 1 Czerny Con velocita
Var. 2 Clementi Allegro moderato
Var. 3 Bach Moderato
Var. 4 Brahms Allegretto tranquillo
Var. 5 Weber Allegro ma non troppo
Var. 6 Chopin Maestoso
Var. 7 Rubinstein Con bravura
Var. 8 Liszt Allegretto
Sechs Menuette für Orchester 210 No. 2 (Menuett) G major 1918 [n 159]
Violinsonate 211 No. 2 C minor Adagio cantabile 1919 [n 160]
Klavierkonzert No. 5 212 E-flat major Adagio un poco moto 1921 [n 161]
Don Giovanni 213 Menuett G major Moderato 1919 [n 162]
Klavierkonzert No. 20 214 2nd movement (Romanze) D minor Romance 1919 [n 163]
Rinaldo 215 Lascia ch’io pianga F major Largo 1919 [n 164]
Judas Maccabäus 216 Chor: Seht den Sieger ruhmgekrönt! G major 1919 [n 165]
Ein Sommernachtstraum 217 Nocturno C-sharp minor Con moto tranquillo 1919 [n 166]
Chor aus Judas Maccabäus 230 Chor [n 167]
Minuett aus Don Giovanni 231 Menuett G major [n 168]
Carmen 250 Chanson bohème E minor Allegretto 1906 [n 169]
Hoffmann's Erzählungen 251 Barcarole B minor Moderato 1910 [n 170]
Isoldens Tod 252 Lento e languido 1910 ca. [n 171]
Der Venusberg 253 Venusberg-Bacchanale E major Allegro 1910–11 [n 172]
Ungarische Tänze 260 No. 1 G minor Allegro 1904 [n 173]
No. 2 D minor Allegro non asai - Vivo
No. 3 F major Allegretto
No. 4 F minor Poco sostenuto - Vivace
No. 5 F-sharp minor Allegro - Viivace
No. 6 D-flat major Vivace - Molto sostenuto
No. 7 A major Allegretto
No. 8 A minor Presto
No. 9 E minor Allegro - Poco sostenuto
No. 10 E major Presto
Valse 261 No. 1 (Minute Waltz) D-flat major Vivace 1919 [n 174]
Toccata 262 C major Allegro commodo 1919 [n 175]
Étude 263 1906 [n 176]
Jupiter Symphonie 264 1891 [n 177]
Havanaise 265 [n 178]
Zwei Etüden  ? No. 1 E-flat major Allegro con brio  ? [n 179]
No. 2 A-flat major Allegro ma non troppo

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  1. ^ MoszWV 1 → A scherzo published by Simon.
  2. ^ MoszWV 2Album leaf is a short instrumental composition usually for piano, and quite often light in character. Published by Hainauer.
  3. ^ MoszWV 160 → Moszkowski began working in his first Piano concerto, with the orchestra consisting of piano, 1 piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes (English horn), 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 2 trumpets, 3 trombones, timpani, triangle, violin 1, violin 2, violas, cellos, and double basses, in 1873 with the age of 19 years (Moszkowski played this composition, with Franz Liszt on the second piano, in a matinee in Weimar, prompting him to praise Moszkowski admiringly). While Moszkowski later dismissed his Opus. 3 as worthless, he called his Piano Concerto in E major, Op. 59, his best work. In a letter to his publisher in April 1875, Moszkowski said: "I should be happy to send you my piano concerto but for two reasons: first, it is worthless; second, it is most convenient (the score being four hundred pages long) for making my piano stool higher when I am engaged in studying better works." Dedicated to Franz Liszt, it was neglected in an archive at the Bibliothèque nationale de France for 140 years, until the manuscript was found three years prior to its premiere performance at the National Philharmonic Hall in Warsaw, Poland, with the Rzeszow Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Kiradjiev, and soloist Ludmil Angelov, on January 9, 2014. It was then published by Symétrie, Lyon.
  4. ^ MoszWV 3Caprice is an instrumental free form musical composition with improvisatory style. Dedicated to Frau Helene v. Schack née v. Lynker. Published by Hainauer.
  5. ^ MoszWV 5 → Fantasie is a free composition written according to the composer's imagination. Published by Hainauer.
  6. ^ MoszWV 5 → Fantasie-Impromptu is a free-style composition. Composed and dedicated to Mademoiselle Johanna Wenzel. Published by Simon.
  7. ^ MoszWV 6 → A free composition published by Hainauer.
  8. ^ MoszWV 100 → Moszkowski began writing his first composition for piano four hands on 4 November 1875 (published in 1876), likely dedicated to Dr. Alfred Pringsheim most probably because the Trois Moments Musicaux, Op. 7 (MoszWV 6), had already been dedicated to Constantin Sternberg. After the success of this composition, and the subsequent Op. 11, it was natural for Moszkowski to write even more pieces for piano four hands. Published by Simon.
  9. ^ MoszWV 80a → Arranged for piano two hands. Published by Simon. Arrangement for MoszWV 80a was probably written the same year as MoszWV 100.
  10. ^ MoszWV 170 → A composition for soprano (Regina Moszkowska was for one year (probably 1902) singing teacher at the Stern Conservatory in Berlin) and piano with libretto by Wilhelm Sachs. Published by Hainauer.
  11. ^ MoszWV 7 → Four little pieces for piano published by Hainauer. No. 4 is translated as: Sachs, a family surname.
  12. ^ MoszWV 101 → A composition for piano four hands published by Hainauer. Dedicated to his friend Carl Wittkowsky.
  13. ^ MoszWV 102 → A composition for piano four hands dedicated to his brother Alexander Moszkowski. Later publishers found, among other things, a new title for every piece: No. 1 Madrid, No. 2 Sevilla, No. 3 Barcelona, No. 4 Valencia, No. 5 Málaga. They were published by Simon. In 1902 Moszkowski wrote: I think it was about the middle of my seventeenth year that, as often happens to both old and young musicians, I was in sore need of money. I coul think of only two ways to get what I wanted: to borrow or to compose something. After turning over, for several days, the advantages and disadvantages of both ways of bettering my circumstances, I concluded I would borrow. Therefore, I went to those two of my colleagues with whom I was on most familiar terms: Philipp and Xaver Scharwenka, in hope that I should not find their fortunes at so low an ebb. Philipp was at home, sitting on a sofa and smoking a pipe. I sat down by him and asked if he had a cigar. He said that he was out of cigars, but that I could smoke a pipe. So I took a pipe and looked around for tobacco, but sought and sought in vain. Finally Philipp said: "You needn’t hunt hunt any longer, Moritz; there is no tobacco here." Then I began to grow a little angry and said: "Do you know, Philipp, that is drawing it rather strong? You offer me an empty pipe, let me look for tobacco in vain and then coolly tell me there is none here, and yet you yourself are smoking. Give me some tobacco." "If you will smoke what I am smoking, I am satisfied." answered Philipp, who emptied his pipe and prepared anew by drawing out a hole in the sofa some of the sea-grass used to stuff it, which he put in his pipe. For a moment I was speechless with astonishment. Now it was clear that I could not borrow money from a man who was using his sofa for smoking. I went back home, sat down at my table, and began to look through my sketch book. A motive of Spanish character struck my eyes, and at the same moment arose the thought that I would write a set of Spanish dances. I worked rapidly, and in several days had finished my Opus 12, the Spanish Dances for four hands. I had only the last few notes to write as [Xaver] Scharwenka stepped into my room. "Good day, Moritz," he said; "you may be glad that you need not to go out, for it is wretched weather." "Since we are speaking of wretched things," said I, "what are you composing now?" "Oh, nothing," said Xaver, who was accustomed to this kind of conversational tone from me; "but you appear to be at work: do you need money?" Right you are," said I, "and you can do me a service by playing through these four-hand pieces and telling me what you think of them." We tried the dances, and then Xaver said: "I would rather have lent you some money, so that you would not have had to compose." But that was only a return thrust. An hour later I called on Simon the publisher, who promised to let me know in a few days if he would bring the pieces out. When I saw him several days later he said he had shown the pieces to several experienced critics and they had advised him to take them. The question now was, what I wanted from them. "I have a brilliant idea," I said: "I propose that you pay me an exceptionally good price which will get talked about in the papers and thus make a big stir about the pieces." But it made no impression on the publisher. He thought that so pretty pieces needed no such advertising, and besides that, Beethoven, Mozart, Schubert and others always had sold their compositions cheaply, and as a publisher he felt obliged to accept such traditions. In vain I sought to change his mind by suggesting that he ought not to compare me with Beethoven; he would listen to no distinction between us in that respect, and paid me a small price with which I finally withdrew, tolerably well satisfied, at least, to be relieved of my present necessities. When the Spanish Dances were published, several weeks later, they found a good sale. Some years later they were known everywhere, being taken up in various editions and arrangements. I consider this as one of the works which first made me known to the musical world in general. Of course the publisher profited largely by it, and all because Philipp Scharwenka had no tobacco and could not lend me money.
  14. ^ MoszWV 102a → Chamber music for clarinet and piano, first published by Bote & Bock. It was orchestrated by Philipp Scharwenka (No. 2 and No. 5) and Valentin Frank (No. 1, No. 3 and No. 4) in 1880. Published by Edition Peters.
  15. ^ MoszWV 171 → A composition for soprano and piano. No. 1. dedicated to Nikolaus Lenau, No. 2. to Heinrich Heine, and No. 3. Julius Wolff. Published by Hainauer.
  16. ^ MoszWV 8 → A Humoresque composition characterized by pieces with fanciful humor. Dedicated to Xaver Scharwenka. Published by Hainauer.
  17. ^ MoszWV 9 → A composition for piano solo. No. 1 Serenata was the first revised, personally corrected by the composer himself, Moritz Moszkowski, and authorized edition ever published in an American magazine (The Ladies' Home Journal, No. 8, July 1905). Published by Hainauer.
  18. ^ MoszWV 9a → A composition for piano 4 hands (after Op. 15, No. 1). Published by Hainauer.
  19. ^ MoszWV 9b → Chamber music for cello and piano (after Op. 15, No. 5). Published by Hainauer.
  20. ^ MoszWV 130 → Chamber music originally composed for violin and piano and published with a companion piece, a Bolero, Op 16, No 2. No. 1 Ballade has for tempo Andante con moto (part 1), and Tempo animato, quasi allegro (part 2). This is Moszkowski earliest orchestral work (Spanish Dances, Op 12, which appeared earlier, was orchestrated by Philipp Scharwenka and Valentin Frank). No. 1 was dedicated to German composer and violin-virtuoso Gustav Hille (born 21 May 1851), who had studied at the Kullak Academy along with Moszkowski, and No. 2 Bolero to Fräulein Marianne Stresow. Published by Hainauer.
  21. ^ MoszWV 130a → A ballad for violin and orchestra (after Op. 16) composed of 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, timpani, harp (opt), and strings. It was dedicated to Marianne Stresow two years prior to her marriage with Philipp Scharwenka (1847-1917). Published by Hainauer.
  22. ^ MoszWV 10 → A composition for piano. Published by Hainauer.
  23. ^ MoszWV 10a → A Minuet for piano four hands (after Op. 17, No. 2). Published by Hainauer.
  24. ^ MoszWV 11 → A composition for piano solo. Published by Hainauer.
  25. ^ MoszWV 11a → Chamber music for cello and piano (after Op. 18, No. 1). Published by Hainauer.
  26. ^ MoszWV 140 → A Symphonic Poem in four movements from Friedrich Schiller‘s Jungfrau von Orleans for orchestra without solo instrument. Titles read: No. 1 Joan's pastoral life. A vision brings them to awareness of their high position, No. 2 Internal discord - back memories, No. 3 Enter the winner to be crowned in Rheims, No. 4 Joan in captivity. Victory, death and transfiguration. The premiere of this composition was held in the Berlin Symphony Chapel under the direction of Franz Mannstädt on 23 February 1877, and the British premiere at St. James Hall in London, where he conducted the Philharmonic Society Orchestra on May 20, 1885. It was the first of a series of six concerts that he should give for the Company. Dedicated to his friend Philipp Scharwenka, it was published by Hainauer, appearing in print until two years later.
  27. ^ MoszWV 140a → A composition for two pianos. Published by Hainauer.
  28. ^ MoszWV 12 → A Scherzo for piano. Dedicated to Monsieur Jules Zarębski. Published by Hainauer.
  29. ^ MoszWV 103 → A composition for piano four hands. Published by Hainauer.
  30. ^ MoszWV 172 → A composition for voice and piano dedicated to Frau Dr. Arthur Levysohn. It was published by Hainauer.
  31. ^ MoszWV 104 → A composition for piano four hands. Published by Hainauer.
  32. ^ MoszWV 104a → A composition for orchestra. Published by Hainauer.
  33. ^ MoszWV 104b → Chamber music for cello and piano (after Op. 23, No. 1). Published by Hainauer.
  34. ^ MoszWV 13 → An Étude for piano and orchestra. Dedicated to Theodor Kullak. Published by Hainauer.
  35. ^ MoszWV 105 → A composition for piano four hands. Published by Hainauer.
  36. ^ MoszWV 173 → A composition for voice and piano. Published by Hainauer.
  37. ^ MoszWV 14 → A composition entitled Barcarole and Tarantelle for piano. Dedicated to Baroness Henriette Senfft von Pilsach. Published by Hainauer.
  38. ^ MoszWV 15 → A small scale composition for piano. Dedicated to his friend Monsieur Henri Steinkühler. Published by Hainauer.
  39. ^ MoszWV 131 → Chamber music for cello and piano. Published by Hainauer.
  40. ^ MoszWV 161 → A composition in three movements for violin and orchestra composed of 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 2 trumpets, timpani, and strings. Dedicated to Émile Sauret. Published by Bote & Bock.
  41. ^ MoszWV 161a → Chamber music for violin and piano. Published by Bote & Bock.
  42. ^ MoszWV 16 → A set of morceaux for piano. No. 4 was also arranged for two pianos 8 hands by F. Brissler. Published by Ries & Erler.
  43. ^ MoszWV 16a → A Scherzino for two pianos 4 hands (after Op. 31, No. 4). Published by Ries & Erler.
  44. ^ MoszWV 16b → A Capriccio for two pianos 4 hands (after Op. 31, No. 6). Published by Ries & Erler.
  45. ^ MoszWV 17 → A composition for piano dedicated to his friend Austrian pianist and composer Alfred Grünfeld. Published by Bote & Bock.
  46. ^ MoszWV 106 → A composition for piano four hands. No. 3 is also known as Pièce drôlatique (Humorous piece) in later editions. It was first published by Hainauer.
  47. ^ MoszWV 18 → Morceau No. 1 was dedicated to Monsieur Théodore Ritter, No. 2. to Monsieur Louis Coenen, and No. 3. to Mademoiselle Clotilde Kleeberg. Published by Hainauer.
  48. ^ MoszWV 18a → A waltz made easier by the composer for piano two hands. Published by Édition facilitée Hainauer.
  49. ^ MoszWV 19 → A composition for piano dedicated for his wife Henriette Chaminade, ister of Cecile Chaminade. Published by Hainauer.
  50. ^ MoszWV 20 → Morceau No. 1 dedicated to Madame Bertha Moszkowski, wife of his brother Alexander, No. 2 to Monsieur Arthur De Greef, No. 3 to Giuseppe Buonamici, No. 4 to Józef Wieniawski, No. 5 to W. Goldner, No. 6 to Max Schwarz, No. 7 to English pianist and composer Francesco Berger, and No. 8 to Alexander Lambert. A composition for piano. Published by Hainauer.
  51. ^ MoszWV 21 → A composition for piano solo dedicated to Mademoiselle Neally Stevens. Published by Peters.
  52. ^ MoszWV 22 → A composition for piano solo dedicated "To my dear mother". Published by Hainauer.
  53. ^ MoszWV 141 → Composed and dedicated to the Philharmonic Society of London. Published by Hainauer.
  54. ^ MoszWV 141a → Version for piano four hands. Published by Hainauer.
  55. ^ MoszWV 141b → Version for piano (after Op. 39, No. 4). Published by Hainauer.
  56. ^ MoszWV 23 → A Scherzo-Valse for piano two hands. Dedicated to Madame Annette Essipoff-Leschetitzky. Published by Peters.
  57. ^ MoszWV 24 → A composition for piano two hands most probably with ideas borrowed very slightly in feeling and form from Mendelssohn's Venetian Gondola songs. Dedicated to Monsieur Joseph Pollack. Published by Peters.
  58. ^ MoszWV 25 → A composition for piano two hands. Published by Bote & Bock.
  59. ^ MoszWV 107 → A composition for piano four hands dedicated to Messier Frédéric de Schennis. Published by Peters.
  60. ^ MoszWV 107a → A composition for orchestra. Published by Peters.
  61. ^ MoszWV 200 → A composition for soli, chorus and small orchestra whose title is translated as The shepherd dressed for the dance from a scene in Goethe's Faust. Published by Hainauer.
  62. ^ MoszWV 200a → A composition for piano solo. Published by Hainauer.
  63. ^ MoszWV 26 → A composition for piano solo. No. 1 dedicated to Monsieur Felix Dreyschock, and No. 2 to Herrn Sally Liebling. Published by Peters.
  64. ^ MoszWV 26a → Chamber music for cello and piano. Published by Peters.
  65. ^ MoszWV 26b → Chamber music for violin and piano (arranged by Pablo de Sarasate). Published by Peters.
  66. ^ MoszWV 27 → A composition for piano solo. Published by Hainauer.
  67. ^ MoszWV 142 → An orchestral composition (written for piccolo, flutes, oboes, clarinets, bassoons, contrabassoon, horns, trompe, timpani, triangle, bass drum and cymbals, trombones and tuba, harp, violin I, violin II, viola, cello, double bass, and organ) dedicated to composer Hans von Bülow. Published by Hainauer.
  68. ^ MoszWV 142a → A composition for piano solo (after Op. 47, No. 1 & No. 5). Published by Hainauer.
  69. ^ MoszWV 28 → An étude for piano which Moszkowski began writing between June and July 1889 (?). A year later, he wrote to his publisher Max Abraham saying: "I will send you at the same time my newly completed Op. 48 for piano (2 Concert Etudes). Although the manuscript is well written and is very accurate, I would like to ask you to send the last proof. The price for this piece is 1500 Mk. I hope you hereby agree. [...] The title is: Deux Etudes de Concert pour le Piano composée par Maurice Moszkowski - Oeuvre 48". Étude No. 1 was dedicated to Monsieur Max Pauer, and No. 2 to Paul de Schlözer. It was then published by Peters.
  70. ^ MoszWV 201 → Opera in three acts with libretto by Carl Wittkowsky. Published by Peters.
  71. ^ MoszWV 201a → A composition for piano solo. There may be an arrangement (MoszWV 49d) for parts Maurischer Marsch [und Einzugsmarsch] for piano four hands. Published by Peters.
  72. ^ MoszWV 201b → Arranged for piano solo. Published by Peters.
  73. ^ MoszWV 201c → Arranged for piano solo. Published by Peters.
  74. ^ MoszWV 29 → A composition for piano solo, first published by Peters.
  75. ^ MoszWV 202 → Translated as Danse aux Flambeaux (Torchlight Dance), it is an orchestral composition (Stage music) dedicated to the Corps de Ballet of the Royal Opera in Berlin, to which it was commissioned without being discussed with the directorship of the theatre where it was first performed. The Berlin premiere of the play, which was staged in samples together with the ballet music from Boabdil, caused Moszkowski much concern. It premiered in the US on 2 February 1894, in Chicago, with Theodore Thomas as conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Published by Peters.
  76. ^ MoszWV 202a → Arranged for piano published by Peters.
  77. ^ MoszWV 30 → A composition for piano solo whose titles in French are: No. 1 Landscape image, No. 2 Night Piece, No. 3 Duet, No. 4 The juggler, No. 5 Carnivalesque intrigue, and No. 6 At the party. Dedicated to Frau Carrie B. Johnson, it was published by Peters.
  78. ^ MoszWV 203Ballet music for orchestra over the poem Laurin about Theodoric the Great, with libretto by Emil Taubert and choreography by Emil Graeb. It premiered on 28 February 1896 at the Opera House of the Royal Shows in Berlin under the baton of music director Steinmann. Dedicated to Fräulein Régine Nicol. Published by Bote & Bock.
  79. ^ MoszWV 203a → Arranged for piano solo (there may be a piano reduction of this composition - MoszWV 203b) whose titles translate: No. 1 Dance of the Rose Elves, No. 2 March of the Dwarfs, No. 3 Sarabande (F major) und Double (D minor), are divided in two pieces, and No. 4. Valse Coquette. Published by Bote & Bock.
  80. ^ MoszWV 31 → A composition for piano solo dedicated to Frau Fannie Bloomfield Zeisler. Published by Peters.
  81. ^ MoszWV 108 → A composition for piano four hands dedicated to Frau Aniela Fürstenberg. Published by Peters.
  82. ^ MoszWV 108a → Arranged for orchestra (after Op. 55, No. 1 & No. 4) between May-June 1898. Published by Peters.
  83. ^ MoszWV 108b → Arranged for piano solo by Moszkowski in October 1896. Published by Peters the following year.
  84. ^ MoszWV 204 → Overture and incidental music. Published by Ries & Erler.
  85. ^ MoszWV 204a → Arranged for two pianos four hands (after Op. 56, No. 2, No. 3, No. 5, No. 6). Published by Ries & Erler.
  86. ^ MoszWV 204b → Arranged for piano four hands. Published by Ries & Erler.
  87. ^ MoszWV 204c → Chamber music for violon and piano (after Op. 56, No. 3 & No. 4). Published by Enoch.
  88. ^ MoszWV 32 → A composition for piano solo with titles translated as: Spring. Five Pieces No. 1 Impatience, No. 2 Spring chime, No. 3 Flower piece, No. 4 Zephyr (the God of the West Wind or the west wind personified), No. 5 Love waltz. First published by Peters.
  89. ^ MoszWV 33 → A composition for piano solo whose title comes from an 1883 novel by Antoine Gustave Droz. Published by Hainauer.
  90. ^ MoszWV 33a → Chamber music for violin and piano. Published by Enoch.
  91. ^ MoszWV 33b → An arrangement for orchestra. Published by Enoch.
  92. ^ MoszWV 162 → This piano concerto was first performed in Britain on 12 May 1898. Dedicated "à Monsieur Josef Casimir Hofmann", it was scored for brass, woodwind and strings, making also use of an harp and triangle. Composer and musical critic Hubbard William Harris provided the following musical analysis: "The first movement is a brilliant composition, opening with what may he taken as its principal theme, inasmuch as it furnishes most of the material for the development, and also reappears in the last movement as a climax to the whole work. The announcement of this resolute subject, by the flutes and oboes accompanied lightly by other woodwind, and deeper strings, is followed by a short solo cadenza, after which the unfolding of the musical picture begins. As this proceeds several subsidiary melodies come to notice, prominent among them being one which (while hinted at before) does not assume its formal shape until given out, grazioso, by the pianoforte alone following a short upward chromatic scale passage. This graceful subject also figures, conspicuously in the development, which after passing through a succession of interesting stages, culminates finally in a rousing climax. The second movement is an eloquent, nocturne-like effusion, of which the principal thematic element is the expressive subject given out softly at the commencement by the clarinet, and bassoons, staccato, and the strings, pizzicato - this being taken up shortly and carried on by the solo instrument. An agreeably contrasting intermediary section follows, after which the expressive first theme returns - now in the harp and strings against flowing figurations in the solo instrument. Lastly a short free conclusion passage leads us into the third movement. The vivace is a lively, sparkling composition in Moszkowski's characteristically brilliant manner, and commences with the statement of a nimble running theme by the solo instrument. After this vivacious subject and its derivatives have been worked over briefly another buoyant theme comes to notice in the flutes and clarinets, over a strumming guitar-like accompaniment in the pianoforte. The development from here runs mainly on this theme, leading finally to a short cantabile passage for the solo instrument (unaccompanied), following which the movement proceeds quickly to a dashing conclusion. The fourth and last movement opens with a short flourishing introductory passage which leads to the statement of a resolute theme by the solo instrument. After this has been developed at considerable length the pianoforte introduces a contrasting theme of flowing character, to which the clarinet attaches itself shortly. Presently the development of the resolute opening theme is resumed, leading to the entrance of still another subject, given out softy but decidedly by the clarinet and the violas, and worked up forthwith in alternation and combination with the resolute opening theme. The flowing second theme returns, the movement mounting thence to a climax, at the pinnacle of which the resolute opening theme of the first movement reappears in enlarged rhythm." Published by Peters.
  93. ^ Piano duet → Arrangement for two pianos four hand. Published by Peters.
  94. ^ MoszWV 34 → Three Mazurkas. A composition for piano. Published by Ries & Erler
  95. ^ MoszWV 34a → A composition for 2 pianos (after Op. 60, No. 2). Published by Ries & Erler.
  96. ^ MoszWV 34b → A composition for 2 pianos (after Op. 60, No. 3). Published by Ries & Erler.
  97. ^ MoszWV 35 → A composition for piano solo, first published by Peters.
  98. ^ MoszWV 36 → A composition for piano solo, first published by Peters.
  99. ^ MoszWV 37 → A composition for piano solo, first published by Peters.
  100. ^ MoszWV 38a → A collection of exercises for piano divided in 3 Books dedicated to Louis Diémer [1843–1919], pianist, composer and professor at the Conservatoire de Paris. Together with MoszWV 38b, Le Livre des Gammes (1904), divided in two parts: Les Gammes en notes simples (Die Tonleitern in einfachen Noten) and Les Gammes en double notes [Extraites de l‘Ecole des Doubles-Notes], it forms a work partly consistent with Opus 64 (MoszWV 38a) in 4 parts. The so-called part 5, "Observations sur le doigté" (Observations on the fingering of scales in single and double notes), is not part of this set of studies, but just commentaries on the technique used in the exercises. First published by Enoch.
  101. ^ MoszWV 109 → A composition for piano four hands. No. 3 is entitled Habanera. Dedicated to Monsieur Théodore Jelowicki, it was published by Peters.
  102. ^ MoszWV 109a → Arranged for piano solo. Published by Peters.
  103. ^ MoszWV 109b → Arranged for orchestra without solo instrument. Published by Peters.
  104. ^ MoszWV 109c → Arranged for orchestra (after Op. 65, No. 2). Published by Peters.
  105. ^ MoszWV 39 → A composition for piano solo dedicated to Mlle. Maud Johnson. It was published by Edition Peters.
  106. ^ MoszWV 40 → A composition for piano solo. Dedicated to Mlle. Celeste Nellis, it was published by Ries & Erler.
  107. ^ MoszWV 40a → A composition for two pianos 4 hands. Published by Ries & Erler.
  108. ^ MoszWV 40b → A composition for two pianos 4 hands. Published by Ries & Erler.
  109. ^ MoszWV 41 → A composition for piano dedicated to Mademoiselle Constance Erbiceano. Published by Enoch.
  110. ^ MoszWV 42 → A composition for piano dedicated to Mr. Charles Förster. It was first published by Hainauer.
  111. ^ MoszWV 43 → A composition for piano solo first published by Enoch.
  112. ^ MoszWV 135 → Chamber music for 2 violins and piano (apparently commissioned) written and dedicated to Mlle. Isabelle Levallois. First published by Peters.
  113. ^ MoszWV 44 → An étude for piano solo whose subtitle is Per aspera ad astra. In a letter that Moszkowski wrote to his publisher Henri Hinrichsen on 13 February 1902 in Paris, he mentioned that these etudes would be an average about four printed pages in length and should be a kind of modern school of velocity, as they were a continuation of the difficult études of Czerny, who had among his students Theodor Kullak, founder of the Neue Akademie der Tonkunst. Dedicated to Monsieur Alexandre Michalowski, it was published by Enoch.
  114. ^ MoszWV 45 → Morceau No. 1 dedicated to Mademoiselle Annie Crosby, No. 2 to Mademoiselle Eugénie Wehrmann, and No. 3 to Madame Marie Nemès. Published by Hainauer.
  115. ^ MoszWV 110 → A composition for piano four hands with subtitle Miniaturbilder, dedicated to Fräulein Louise Péraux-La Roche. It was first published by Peters.
  116. ^ MoszWV 46 → A morceau for piano dedicated to Mademoiselle Hélène Collin. No. 2 is an étude. Published by Junne.
  117. ^ MoszWV 47 → A morceau for piano dedicated to Mademoiselle Nellie Kauffmann-Kendall. Published by Forberg.
  118. ^ MoszWV 48 → A composition for piano solo dedicated to Mademoiselle Gabrielle Turpin. Published by Schott.
  119. ^ MoszWV 49 → An étude for piano. Published by Schott.
  120. ^ MoszWV 143 → A composition orchestra. Moszkowski wrote to his publisher, Henri Hinrichsen, on 25 August 1907 in Paris: "I have currently finished my opus 79, a four-movement orchestral suite which I have to perform in the first half of September. The premiere in Lausanne is to make any remaining correction. The score is currently with the copyist and once it is finished, I believe it will have about 165 pages (in press maybe 150.) The first two movements are quite symphonic, the third is a waltz that will probably be playing a lot separately, and may also become a piano piece. The second movement is likely to be suitable for a single output. That is, I hope that it may be convenient for you, and if this is the case, I suggest you a fee of 3,000 marks for it. I do not think you'll find that amount too high, especially if you consider that I will have to pay about 450 francs for the copy of the score and 200 francs for a sample. I intend to travel to Lausanne on September 1, therefore I would be grateful if you would let me go." It was dedicated to Polish composer and conductor Monsieur Alex Z. Birnbaum, and published the following year by Bote & Bock.
  121. ^ MoszWV 143a → A composition for piano solo (after Op. 79, No. 3). Published by Bote & Bock.
  122. ^ MoszWV 50 → Two morceaux for piano, being No. 1. dedicated to Madame Dora Bright, and No. 2. to Madame Berthe Riché. Published by Bote & Bock.
  123. ^ MoszWV 51 → A morceau for piano solo. No. 1 was dedicated to Monsieur J. Joachim Nin, No. 2. to Madame Marie Panthès-Kutner, No. 3. to Madame Eugénie Schaffner, No. 4. to Monsieur Josef Lhévinne, No. 5. to Monsieur Ossip Gabrilowitsch, and No. 6. to Monsieur Léopold Godowski. Published by Schott.
  124. ^ MoszWV → Chamber music for violin and piano. Published by Peters.
  125. ^ MoszWV 52 → A morceau for piano solo. No. 1, 2 and 3 was dedicated to Monsieur Paul Braud Cahier II, who taught at the Conservatory of Marseille, and No. 4, 5, and 6 to Madame Hélène Wittkowsky. Published by Hainauer.
  126. ^ MoszWV 53 → Four morceaux for piano solo written at Villa Murg in Marlotte (Seine-et-Marne), France. Published by Schott.
  127. ^ MoszWV 144 → Moszkowski wrote Prelude and Fugue for string quartet, which he describes as "serious", shortly after the death of his mother Salomia on 13 April 1910. Moszkowski demanded six hundred francs for the work, but Henri Hinrichsen, his publisher from C. F. Peters, had given him more and published the work in September 1911. Shortly before that, on 17 December of that year, his Opus 85 premiered in his presence at the Covent Garden Theatre, in London, under the direction of his former pupil Thomas Beecham. By the initiative of well-known French musician colleagues such as Saint-Saëns, Massenet, Widor, Fauré, Dubois, Debussy, Dièmer, Guilmant, Paladilhe, Wormser, Moszkowski received in the fall of 1910 the rank of Chevalier of the French Légion d'Honneur. Dedicated to the Polish composer Zygmunt Stojowski.
  128. ^ MoszWV 54 → Three morceaux for piano solo. No. 1 was dedicated to Mlle. Hélène Augustin, No. 2 to Mr. William H. Sherwood, and No. 3 to Mlle. Catherine Linn. It was published by Schott.
  129. ^ MoszWV 55 → Three morceaux for piano solo. No. 1 was dedicated to Mademoiselle Yvonne Galliet, No. 2 to Monsieur Carl Stasny and No. 3 to Monsieur Sam Fleishman. It was first published by Enoch.
  130. ^ MoszWV 56 → A composition for piano solo dedizted to his friend Monsieur Isidore Philipp. Published by Presser, and later by Enoch.
  131. ^ MoszWV 57 → A composition for piano. No. 3 changes from B-flat minor to B-flat major as well. Published by Hainauer.
  132. ^ MoszWV 128 → A composition for aeolian organ. Unpublished work.
  133. ^ MoszWV 58 → An étude for piano solo dedicated to Madame M. T. Amirian who was Moszkowski' student and late life partner. Published by Leduc.
  134. ^ MoszWV 117 → A composition for piano solo left hand dedicated to Monsieur Harold Bauer. Published by Enoch.
  135. ^ MoszWV 59 → Six morceaux for piano solo. No. 1 (as entitled in the Schmidt edition), 2 (as entitled in the Schmidt edition), and 3 were dedicated to Monsieur André Gresse, and No. 4, 5, and 6 to Mme. Riss-Arbeau. Published by Arthur P. Schmidt.
  136. ^ MoszWV 60 → Ten morceaux for piano solo. No. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 were dedicated to piano teacher Mme. Berte Cahn, who taught at the German Conservatory in New York, and No. 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 to piano teacher Mme. Hélène Chaumont. No. 8 (Cantilena) is "a short poetic composition usually written for voice or an instrumental passage" (Diccionario enciclopédico de la lengua castellana - 1895). The two sets were published under the name Decameron in the US, with descriptive English titles for each of the pieces. Published by Schott, London.
  137. ^ MoszWV 61 → Six morceaux for piano solo. Published by Enoch.
  138. ^ MoszWV 111: → Alternative title: Huit Petits Morceaux a Piano Quatre Mains avec des Basses sur cinq notes. A composition for piano four hands dedicated to Mademoiselle Diane de Rothschild. It was first published by Enoch.
  139. ^ MoszWV 62 → A composition for piano divided in two books dedicated to Mesdemoiselles Marguerite and Henriette Debrie. Published by Leduc.
  140. ^ MoszWV 63 → A composition for piano solo. This was Moszkowski first published composition. It appeared in the women's magazine Der Bazar der Bazar-Actien-Gesellschaft, a kind of monthly almanac to everyday life. Published by Verlag der Bazar-Actien-Gesellschaft.
  141. ^ MoszWV 64 → A composition for piano solo (such as 'Anton Notenquetscher, Op.½'). Published by Ludwig Troll, Cassel.
  142. ^ MoszWV 65 → One of Moszkowski early compositions for piano solo which possibly dates from 1876-77. It was Moszkowski contribution for a 475-page collection of piano selections called the Family Gift-Book, along with those of Vincenz Lachner, Josef Löw, Xaver Scharwenka, and other composers. The book was compiled by Ernst Pauer and published by Augener, in London.
  143. ^ MoszWV 66 → A composition for piano solo (such as 'Anton Notenquetscher, Op.½'). Published by Le Gaulois.
  144. ^ MoszWV 67 → Another contribution of Moszkowski for a 312-page book entitled Das Klavier und seine Meister with many portraits, illustrations and facsimiles of original sheet music by Wilhelm Kienzl, Philipp Scharwenka, Eugene D'Albert, and Richard Strauss. It was compiled by Oskar Bie and published by F. Bruckmann.
  145. ^ MoszWV 68 → A composition for piano solo dedicated to Monsieur F. Toledo. Published by E. Chatenay.
  146. ^ MoszWV 69 → A composition for piano solo. Published by G. Schirmer.
  147. ^ MoszWV 70 → A composition for piano solo translated as Morning Lights (The Ladies’ Home Journal). Published by G. Schirmer.
  148. ^ MoszWV 71 → A composition for piano solo. Published by Hainauer.
  149. ^ MoszWV 72 → A composition for piano solo. Published by Senart.
  150. ^ MoszWV 73 → A composition for piano solo divided into two parts. The first section consists of a melody played in A-flat major and the second section in two different keys, C minor and A-flat major again, with the third section leading to a coda. It was published by Saint Louis: Art Publication Society.
  151. ^ MoszWV 120 → A composition for two pianos 4 hands (also appeared in an edition with Poème de Mai, Op 67. Deux Morceaux pour deux pianos à quatre mains par Maurice Moszkowski). Published by Ries & Erler.
  152. ^ MoszWV 133 → One of Moszkowski early works together with MoszWV 136. At the time of his life he was taking lessons at the Dresden Conservatory with Prof. Leonhardt (piano), Mr. Risch Biele (harmony), and violin lessons. He left school and was taught by private tutors. Unpublished work.
  153. ^ MoszWV 136 → Quintet for piano, 2 violins, viola, and violoncello. One of Moszkowski early works together with MoszWV 133. Unpublished work.
  154. ^ MoszWV 145 → A composition for large orchestra written in the winter 1871-72. Moszkowski Overture for orchestra had been considered lost, but was found during the research for this catalog of works in Paris. Also, Moszkowski fellow student Jean Louis Nicodé wrote an overture at the Academy. In the original handwritten abbreviations instrumentation: Flauto I,Flauto II, Oboe, Clarinet in A, Bassoon, Cornet in D, Horn in D, Timpani in D and A, Trombone Alto, Trombone Tenore, Trombone Basso, Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Cello, and Basso. Unpublished work.
  155. ^ MoszWV 146 → A composition for orchestra written in the summer of 1873. Moszkowski Overture for Orchestra and Symphony had been considered lost and found during the research for this catalog of works in Paris. Also, Moszkowski fellow student Jean Louis Nicodé wrote a symphony at the Academy. Unpublished work.
  156. ^ MoszWV 174 → A composition for female voice and piano. No. 1 translated as Song of the Pixies (adapted from words of Samuel Taylor Coleridge) and No. 2 The Rainbow (adapted from words of Mrs. Heman). Published by Augener.
  157. ^ MoszWV 175 → A composition (La jota) for soprano and piano. Published by Saint Louis: Kunkel Bros.
  158. ^ MoszWV 205 → Anton Notenquetscher at the piano. Variations in the style of modern composers, from Czerny to Liszt. Published by Steinitz. A composition written on the occasion of a ceremony to Carl Bechstein's seventieth birthday on June 1, 1896.
  159. ^ MoszWV 210 → Transcription for piano of Beethoven's Sechs Menuette für Orchester (the original version is lost, only an arrangement for piano is extant) in G major, WoO 10, No. 2.
  160. ^ MoszWV 211 → Transcription for piano of Beethoven's Adagio cantabile aus der Violinsonate in C minor, Opus 30, No. 2.
  161. ^ MoszWV 212 → Transcription for piano of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5 (Emperor) in E-flat major, Opus 73. This fragment of Beethoven's Emperor Concerto was transcribed by Moszkowski in 1921.
  162. ^ MoszWV 213 → Transcription for piano of Mozart's Menuett aus der Oper Don Giovanni, K. 527 (the final part of Act I).
  163. ^ MoszWV 214 → Transcription for piano of Mozart's Romanze aus dem Klavierkonzert No. 20, KV 466.
  164. ^ MoszWV 215 → Transcription for piano of Händel's Aria Lascia ch'io pianga aus Rinaldo.
  165. ^ MoszWV 216 → Transcription for piano of Händel's Act III Chor (See the Conquering Hero Comes), aus dem oratorio Judas Maccabäus, HWV 63.
  166. ^ MoszWV 217 → Transcription for piano of Mendelssohn's Nocturne aus Ein Sommernachtstraum, (Midsummer Night’s Dream) Opus 61.
  167. ^ MoszWV 230 → Transcription for piano four hands of Handel's Chor aus Judas Maccabäus, HWV 63.
  168. ^ MoszWV 231 → Transcription for piano four hands of Mozart's Menuett from the opera Don Giovanni, KV 527.
  169. ^ MoszWV 250Transcription for four hands of Georges Bizet's Chanson bohème from the Opera Carmen. Dedicated to Monsieur Moriz Rosenthal. Published by Hainauer.
  170. ^ MoszWV 251 → Transcription of Jacques Offenbach's The Tales of Hoffmann for piano. Dedicated to Mademoiselle Elizabeth Strauss. Published by Peters.
  171. ^ MoszWV 252 → Paraphrase for piano of Richard Wagner's Tristan und Isolde's final scene. Dedicated to Ferruccio Busoni. Published by Peters.
  172. ^ MoszWV 253 → Paraphrase for piano of Richard Wagner's scene Venusberg-Bacchanale from Tannhäuser. Dedicated to Mark Hambourg. Published by Peters.
  173. ^ MoszWV 260 → Transcription for piano solo of Brahms' Ungarische Tänze, WoO 1. Published by Augener Limited.
  174. ^ MoszWV 261 → Transcription for piano of Frédéric Chopin's Minute Waltz, Opus 64, No. 1. Dedicated to Countess Delfina Potocka, née Komar. Published by Peters.
  175. ^ MoszWV 262 → Transcription for piano of Carl Czerny's Toccata, Opus 92. Published by Julius Hainauer.
  176. ^ MoszWV 263 → Transcription for piano solo of Carl Czerny's Étude.
  177. ^ MoszWV 264 → Transcription for two pianos (four hands) of Mozart's Jupiter Symphonie.
  178. ^ MoszWV 265 → Indication of the existence of Saint-Saëns's Havanaise (manuscript) in France (private property).
  179. ^ Étude → The two études attributed to Paul de Schlözer and published by him as Op. 1 (his only known published work), are believed by some historians to have actually been written by Moszkowski. The similarities between de Schlözer's Étude No. 2 in A-flat major and the 11th of Moszkowski’s 15 Études de Virtuosité, Op. 72, also in A-flat major, are striking. However, it may be that these similarities themselves gave rise to the legend that the de Schlözer pieces were written by Moszkowski. The story goes that Moszkowski wrote them, but lost the manuscript in a card game to Schlözer, who first published them in Viena through Schreiber in 1875-1876 as his own works.
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