List of compositions by Teresa Carreño

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This list of compositions by Teresa Carreño provides the earliest known publication date and name of publisher. If a work is unpublished or no published work available, the abbreviation “MS” is used. Carreño composed approximately seventy-five compositions. Most of her compositions were composed between 1860 and 1875, and then sporadically during 1880s and 1890s. Sixty-eight compositions are for solo piano, two known works exist for voice and piano, two works for chorus, and three works for instrumental or orchestral ensemble. [1] [2] [3] [4]

Works for Piano with opus numbers[edit]

  • Op. 1 Gottschalk Waltz (Boston, 1863)
  • Op. 2 Caprice-Polka, Fantasie-Caprice (Paris, c. 1866)
  • Op. 3 Reverie-Impromptu, (MS, c. 1866)
  • Op. 4 Caprice Étude no 1, (MS, n.d.)
  • Op. 5 Une Larme. Impromptu (MS, 1863)
  • Op. 6 Caprice-Étude no 2, (MS, n.d.)
  • Op. 7 Caprice-Étude no 3, (MS, n.d.)
  • Op. 8 Marche Triomphale (Boston, 1873)
  • Op. 9 Le corbeille de fleurs. Valse (Paris, c. 1867)
  • Op. 10 Souvenir de mon pays. Nocturne, (MS, n.d.)
  • Op. 11 Marche Funèbre, (MS, n.d.)
  • Op. 12 Prière, (MS, n.d.)
  • Op. 13 Polka de concert (Paris, c. 1867)
  • Op. 14 Reminiscences de Norma. Fantaisie (Paris, c.1867)
  • Op. 15 Ballade (Paris, c.1867)
  • Op. 16 Souvenirs de l'Angleterre. Air anglais (c. 1866)
  • Op. 17 Plaìntes au bord d'une tombe. Six melodies, no. 1. Plainte! 1re Élégie (Paris, c.1869)
  • Op. 18 Plaìntes au bord d'une tombe. Six melodies, no. 2. Partie! 2ème Élégie (Paris, c.1869)
  • [Op. 19] Plaìntes au bord d'une tombe. Six melodies, no. 3 (Boston, c. 1873)
  • Op. 20 Plaìntes au bord d'une tombe. Six melodies, no. 4. 4ème Élégie, (MS, n.d.)
  • Op. 21 Plaìntes au bord d'une tombe. Six melodies, no. 5. 5ème Élégie, (MS, n.d.)
  • Op. 22 Plaìntes au bord d'une tombe. Six melodies, no. 6. 6ème Élégie, (MS, n.d.)
  • Op. 23 Mazurka. Caprice de concert, (MS, n.d.)
  • Op. 24 Fantasie sur l'Africaine de Meyerbeer. Paris: Brandus et S. Dufour (Paris, c. 1868)
  • Op. 25 Le printemps. 3ème Valse de Salon (Paris, 1868)
  • Op. 26 Un bal en rȇve. Fantasie-Caprice (Paris, c. 1869)
  • Op. 27 Une revue à Prague. Caprice de concert (MS) (Paris, c. 1869)
  • Op. 28 Un rêve en mer. Étude-Méditation (MS) (Paris, c. 1868)
  • Op. 29 Le ruisseau. 1re Étude de salon (Paris, c. 1869)
  • Op. 30 Mazurka de salon (Paris, c. 1869)
  • Op. 31 Scherzo-Caprice (Paris, c. 1868)
  • Op. 33 Esquisses italiennes. No. 1 "Venise," Réverie-Barcarolle (Paris, c. 1870)
  • Op. 34 Esquisses italiennes. No. 2 "Florence." Cantilène (Paris, c. 1870)
  • Op. 34 Intermezzo-Scherzoso (New York, 1879)
  • Op. 35 Le Sommeil de L'Énfant. Berceuse (Paris, c. 1872)[5]
  • Op. 35 Polonaise (New York, 1873)
  • Op. 36 Scherzino (London, c. 1871)
  • Op. 38 Highland. Souvenir d'Écosse. Caprice (Paris, 1872)
  • Op. 38 Vals Gayo. (MS, 1910), (Cincinnati, 1919)
  • Op. 39 La fausse note. Fantasie-Valse (Paris, 1872)

Works for Piano without opus numbers[edit]

  • No. 1 Valse (MS, 1860)
  • No. 2 Valse (MS, 1860)
  • No. 3 Mazurka (MS, 1860)
  • No. 4 Danza (MS, 1860)
  • No. 5 Valse (MS, 1860)
  • No. 6 Valse (MS, 1860)
  • No. 7 Valse (MS, 1860)
  • No. 8 Valse (MS, 1860)
  • No. 9 Polka (MS, 1861)
  • No. 10 Polka (MS, 1861)
  • No. 11 Danza (MS, 1861)
  • No. 12 Valse (MS, 1861)
  • No. 13 Danze (MS, 1861)
  • No. 14 Valse (MS, 1861)
  • No. 15 Valse (MS, 1861)
  • Capricho no. 1 (MS, 1861)
  • Capricho no. 2 (MS, 1861)
  • Capricho no. 3 (MS, 1861)
  • Saludo a Cuba (c. 1863)
  • 4éme Valse (MS, 1868)
  • Danse de gnome (Boston, 1875)
  • Sailing in the Twilight (Boston, 1875)
  • Kleiner Walzer (Mi Teresita) (MS) (Sydney, c. 1891)
  • Étude-mazurka (MS, n.d.)
  • La Petite Boiteuse. Caprice (MS, n.d.)
  • Preludio (MS, n.d.)
  • Valse Mélancholique (MS, n.d.)

Works for Voice and Piano[edit]

  • Feuillet d'Album. Lamartine. "Le livre de la vie est le libre supreme." (MS, n.d.)
  • Movimento de Barcarole. "Voga, voga, la pallida luna gia rischiara.” (MS, n.d.)

Works for Chorus[edit]

  • Hymno [Himno] a Bolivar (MS, c. 1883)
  • Himno al ilustre Americano (c. 1886)

Instrumental or Orchestral Works[edit]

  • Romance pour Violon avec accompagnement de Piano (MS, n.d.)
  • Serenade for String Orchestra (MS, 1895)
  • String Quartet, B minor (Allegro, Andante, Scherzo: Allegro ma non troppo, Allegro risoluto) (MS, c. 1895), (Leipzig, 1896)

Missing or Lost Works[edit]

  • Op. 40 Stacatto-Capriccieto (New York: Schuberth, n.d.)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kijas, Anna. The Life and Music of Teresa Carreño (1853-1917): A Guide to Research. Middleton, Wisconsin: A-R Editions, 2019.
  2. ^ Marciano, Rosario and Carmen Rodriguez-Peralta (eds.). Obras de Teresa Carreño. Caracas, VZ: Ministerio de Educatión, 1974.
  3. ^ Marciano, Rosario (ed.). Selected Works: Piano Pieces and String Quartet. [Women Composers Series, 15]. New York, NY: Da Capo Press, 1984/5.
  4. ^ Sans, Juan Francisco; Laura Pita (eds.). Obras para piano. Clásicos de la literatura pianística venezolana, v. 8. Caracas, Venezuela: Fondo Editorial de Humanidades y Educación, Universidad Central de Venezuela, 2006.
  5. ^ Le Sommeil de l'enfant, Berceuse on YouTube

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