List of concert arias, songs and canons by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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This is a list of concert arias, songs and canons by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Arias, canzonettas, cavatinas[edit]

Soprano[edit]

K1 K6 Composition, score and critical report (NMA) Librettist Date
23   "Conservati fedele" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano and orchestra
Metastasio,
Artaserse I,1
October 1765
70 61c "A Berenice … Sol nascente" (Score/Crit. report)
Recitative and aria (Licenza) for soprano and orchestra
unknown 28 February 1767 or 1769
77 73e "Misero me! … Misero pargoletto" (Score/Crit. report)
Recitative and aria for soprano and orchestra
Metastasio,
Demofoonte III, 4&5
March 12, 1770
78 73b "Per pietà, bell'idol mio" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano and orchestra
Metastasio,
Artaserse I,5
1766, or Count Firmian's audition party, Milan, March 12, 1770
79 73d "O temerario Arbace! … Per quel paterno amplesso" (Score/Crit. report)
Recitative and aria for soprano and orchestra
Metastasio,
Artaserse II,11
1766, or Count Firmian's audition party, Milan, March 12, 1770
deest   "Cara, se le mie pene" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano, 2 horns, violin, viola & bass
unknown 1769
82 73o "Se ardire, e speranza" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano and orchestra
Metastasio 25 April 1770
83 73p "Se tutti i mali miei" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano and orchestra
Metastasio 1770
88 73c "Fra cento affanni e cento" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano and orchestra
Metastasio,
Artaserse I,2
1770
119 382h "Der Liebe himmlisches Gefühl" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano and orchestra (piano reduction)
This is possibly (Kunze) the aria for Gretl Marchard from K. deest
unknown 1782
152 210a "Ridente la calma" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria (canzonetta) for voice and piano
arrangement of Josef Mysliveček's aria from Armida
Giovanni Ambrogio Migliavacca between 1772 and 1775
178 417e "Ah, spiegarti, oh Dio" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano and orchestra (piano reduction)
unknown June 1783
217   "Voi avete un cor fedele" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano and orchestra
Carlo Goldoni 26 October 1775
272   "Ah, lo previdi! … Ah, t'invola … Deh, non varcar" (Score/Crit. report)
Recitative, aria and cavatina for soprano and orchestra
Vittorio Amedeo Cigna-Santi [it] August 1777
294   "Alcandro, Io confesso … Non sò d'onde viene" (Score/Crit. report)
Recitative and aria for soprano and orchestra
Metastasio
L'Olimpiade III,6
24 February 1778
316 300b "Popoli di Tessaglia! … Io non chiedo, eterni Dei" (Score/Crit. report)
Recitative and aria for soprano and orchestra
Ranieri de' Calzabigi 8 January 1779
368   "Ma che vi fece, o stelle … Sperai vicino il lido" (Score/Crit. report)
Recitative and aria for soprano and orchestra
Metastasio January 1781
369   "Misera, dove son! … Ah! non son io che parlo" (Score/Crit. report)
Recitative and aria for soprano and orchestra
Metastasio 8 March 1781
374   "A questo seno deh vieni … Or che il cielo a me ti rende" (Score/Crit. report)
Recitative and aria for soprano and orchestra
Giovanni de Gamerra April 1781
383   "Nehmt meinen Dank, ihr holden Gönner!" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano and orchestra
unknown 10 April 1782
416   "Mia speranza adorata! … Ah, non sai qual pena" (Score/Crit. report)
Recitavo and aria (rondo) for soprano and orchestra
Gaetano Sertor 8 January 1783
418   "Vorrei spiegarvi, oh Dio!" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano and orchestra
unknown 20 June 1783
419   "No, che non sei capace" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano and orchestra
unknown June 1783
440 383h "In te spero, oh sposo amato" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano and orchestra (sketch)
Metastasio February 1782
486a 295a "Basta, vincesti … Ah, non lasciarmi, no" (Score/Crit. report)
Recitative and aria for soprano and orchestra
Metastasio 28 February 1778
505   "Ch'io mi scordi di te? … Non temer, amato bene" (Score/Crit. report)
Recitative and aria (rondo) for soprano, piano obbligato and orchestra
unknown 26 December 1786
528   "Bella mia fiamma, addio! ... Resta, oh cara!" (Score/Crit. report)
D. Michele Sarcone 3 November 1787
538   "Ah se in ciel, benigne stelle"
Aria for soprano and orchestra
Metastasio 4 March 1788
569   "Ohne Zwang aus eignem Triebe" (lost)
Aria for soprano
Michel-Jean Sedaine, Le roi et le fermier, tr. Johann Heinrich Faber[1] January 1789
577   "Al desio di chi t'adora" (Score)
Replacement aria for soprano and orchestra in The Marriage of Figaro
Lorenzo Da Ponte 1789
578   "Alma grande e nobil core" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano and orchestra
Giuseppe Palomba August 1789
579   "Un moto di gioia mi sento" (Score)
Replacement aria for soprano and orchestra in The Marriage of Figaro
Lorenzo Da Ponte 1789
580   "Schon lacht der holde Frühling" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano and orchestra
unknown 17 September 1789
582   "Chi sà, chi sà, qual sia" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano and orchestra
Lorenzo Da Ponte October 1789
583   "Vado, ma dove? oh Dei!" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano and orchestra
Lorenzo Da Ponte October 1789
  74b "Non curo l'affetto" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano and orchestra
Metastasio,
Demofoonte I,7
early 1771

Contralto[edit]

K1 K6 Composition, score and critical report (NMA) Librettist Date
255   "Ombra felice! … Io ti lascio" (Score/Crit. report)
Recitative and aria (rondo) for contralto and orchestra
Giovanni de Gamerra September 1776

Tenor[edit]

K1 K6 Composition, score and critical report (NMA) Librettist Date
21 19c "Va, dal furor portata" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for tenor and orchestra
Metastasio 1765
36 33i "Or che il dover – Tali e cotanti sono" (Score/Crit. report)
Recitative and aria for tenor and orchestra
unknown December 1766
71   "Ah, più tremar non voglio" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for tenor and orchestra (fragment)
Metastasio 1769 or 1770
209   "Si mostra la sorte" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for tenor and orchestra
unknown 19 May 1775
210   "Con ossequio, con rispetto" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for tenor and orchestra
unknown May 1775
256   "Clarice cara mia sposa" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for tenor and orchestra
unknown September 1776
295   "Se al labbro mio non credi" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for tenor and orchestra
Antonio Salvi 28 February 1778
420   "Per pietà, non ricercate" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria (rondo) for tenor and orchestra
unknown 21 June 1783
431 425b "Misero! O sogno … Aura, che intorno spiri" (Score/Crit. report)
Recitative and aria for tenor and orchestra
unknown December 1783
435 416b "Müßt' ich auch durch tausend Drachen" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for tenor and orchestra
unknown 1783

Bass[edit]

K1 K6 Composition, score and critical report (NMA) Librettist Date
  209a "Un dente guasto e gelato" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for bass and orchestra
unknown 1775
432 421a "Così dunque tradisci … Aspri rimorsi atroci" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria and recitative for bass and orchestra
Metastasio 1783
433 416c "Männer suchen stets zu naschen" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for bass and orchestra (sketch)
unknown 1783
512   "Alcandro, Io confesso … Non sò d'onde viene" (Score/Crit. report)
Recitative and aria for bass and orchestra
Metastasio
Olimpiade III,6
18 or 19 March 1787
513   "Mentre ti lascio, oh figlia" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for bass and orchestra
Duca Sant' Angioli-Morbilli 23 March 1787
539   "Ich möchte wohl der Kaiser sein" (Score/Crit. report)
A German war song for bass and orchestra
Johann Wilhelm Ludwig Gleim 5 March 1788
541   "Un bacio di mano" (Score/Crit. report)
Arietta for bass and orchestra
Lorenzo Da Ponte June 1788
612   "Per questa bella mano" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for bass, contrabass obbligato, and orchestra
unknown 8 March 1791
Anh. 245 621a "Io ti lascio, oh cara, addio" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for bass and orchestra
unknown 1788

Group[edit]

K1 K6 Composition, score and critical report (NMA) Librettist Date
20   "God is our refuge" (Score)
Choral for soprano, contralto, tenor, bass
Psalms 46:1 July 1765
Anh. 024a 43a "Ach, was müssen wir erfahren!" (Score)
Duet for two sopranos (fragment)
unknown 15 October 1767
346 439a "Luci care, luci belle" (Score)
Notturno (terzet) for two sopranos and bass
Angelo Lungi, La Pupilla possibly 1783
436   "Ecco quel fiero istante" (Score)
Notturno (terzet) for two sopranos and bass
Metastasio
(from La partenza)
possibly 1783
437   "Mi lagnerò tacendo" (Score)
Notturno (terzet) for two sopranos and bass
Metastasio
(from Siroe, II, 1)
possibly 1783
438   "Se lontan, ben mio, tu sei" (Score)
Notturno (terzet) for two sopranos and bass
Metastasio
(Strofe per musica)
possibly 1783
439   "Due pupille amabili" (Score)
Notturno (terzet) for two sopranos and bass
Giuseppe Petrosellini, L'incognita perseguitata possibly 1783
441   "Liebes Manndel, wo ist's Bandel?" (Score)
Terzet for soprano, tenor and bass
Vienna dialect possibly 1783
479   "Dite almeno, in che mancai" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano, tenor, 2 basses
unknown 5 November 1785
480   "Mandina amabile" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for soprano, tenor, bass, and orchestra
unknown 21 November 1785
483   "Zerfließet heut', geliebte Brüder" (Score)
Song with 3-part male choir
Augustin Veith Edler von Schittlersberg December 1785
484   "Ihr unsre neuen Leiter" (Score)
Song with 3-part male choir
Augustin Veith Edler von Schittlersberg December 1785
434 480b "Del gran regno delle amazzone" (Score/Crit. report)
Aria for tenor, 2 basses, and orchestra
Giuseppe Petrosellini end of 1785
532   "Grazie agl'inganni tuoi" (Score)
Untexted sketch for a terzet for soprano, tenor and Bass
Metastasio possibly 1787
549   "Più non si trovano" (Score)
Canzonetta (terzet) for two sopranos and bass
Metastasio
(from Olimpiade, I, 7)
16 July 1788
Anh. 5 571a "Caro mio Druck und Schluck" (Score)
Quartet for soprano, two tenors and bass
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart beginning of 1789

Songs[edit]

K1 K6 Composition, score and critical report (NMA) Librettist Date
53 47e "An die Freude" (Score/Crit. report)
Freude, Königin der Weisen
Possibly (Einstein) the aria for the daughter of Joseph Wolf from K. deest
Johann Peter Uz (1720–1796) November 1768
147 125g "Wie unglücklich bin ich nit" (Score/Crit. report) unknown 1772
148 125h "Lobgesang auf die feierliche Johannisloge" (Score/Crit. report)
O heiliges Band der Freundschaft treuer Brüder
Ludwig Friedrich Lenz (1717–1780) 1772
307 284d "Oiseaux, si tous les ans" (Score/Crit. report) Antoine Houdart Ferrand (1678–1719) 30 October 1777
308 295b "Dans un bois solitaire" (Score/Crit. report) Antoine Houdar de la Motte (1672–1731) between 30 October 1777 and 13/14 March 1778
343 336c "Zwei deutsche Kirchenlieder" (Score/Crit. report)
O Gotteslamm, Als aus Ägypten Israel
unknown Spring 1787
349 367a "Die Zufriedenheit" (Score/Crit. report)
Was frag' ich viel nach Geld und Gut
Johann Martin Miller (1750–1814) between 8 November 1780 and mid-March 1781
351 367b "Komm, liebe Zither, komm" (Score/Crit. report) unknown between 8 November 1780 and mid-March 1781
390 340c "Ich würd' auf meinem Pfad" (Score/Crit. report) Johann Timotheus Hermes (1738–1821) between August 1781 and May 1782
391 340b "Sei du mein Trost" (Score/Crit. report) Johann Timotheus Hermes (1738–1821) between August 1781 and May 1782
392 340a "Verdankt sei es dem Glanz der Großen" (Score/Crit. report) Johann Timotheus Hermes (1738–1821) between August 1781 and May 1782
Anh. 25 386d "Bardengesang auf Gibraltar" (Score/Crit. report)
O Calpe! Dir donnert's am Fusse (sketch)
Michael Denis (1729–1800) end of December 1782
468   "Lied zur Gesellenreise" (Score/Crit. report)
Die ihr einem neuen Grad
Joseph Franz von Ratschky (1757–1810) 26 March 1785
472   "Der Zauberer" (Score/Crit. report)
Ihr Mädchen, flieht Damöten [Damoetas] ja!
Christian Felix Weiße (1726–1804) 7 May 1785
473   "Die Zufriedenheit" (Score/Crit. report)
Wie sanft, wie ruhig
Christian Felix Weiße (1726–1804) 7 May 1785
474   "Die betrogene Welt" (Score/Crit. report)
Der reiche Tor
Christian Felix Weiße (1726–1804) 7 May 1785
476   "Das Veilchen" (Score/Crit. report)
Ein Veilchen auf der Wiese stand
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 8 June 1785
506   "Lied der Freiheit" (Score/Crit. report)
Wer unter eines Mädchens Hand
Aloys Blumauer (1755–1798) end of 1785
Anh. 26 475a "Einsam bin ich, meine Liebe" (Score/Crit. report)
fragment
Johann Martin Miller (1750–1814)[2] possibly 1785
517   "Die Alte" (Score/Crit. report)
Ein bißchen aus der Nase
Friedrich von Hagedorn (1708–1754) 18 May 1787
518   "Die Verschweigung" (Score/Crit. report)
Sobald Damötas Chloen sieht
Christian Felix Weiße (1726–1804) 20 May 1787
519   "Das Lied der Trennung" (Score/Crit. report)
Die Engel Gottes weinen
Klamer Eberhard Karl Schmidt (1746–1824) 23 May 1787
520   "Als Luise die Briefe ihres ungetreuen Liebhabers verbrannte" (Score/Crit. report)
Erzeugt von heißer Phantasie
Gabriele von Baumberg (1766–1839) 26 May 1787
523   "Abendempfindung"[3] (Score/Crit. report)
Abend ist's, die Sonne ist verschwunden
unknown 24 June 1787
524   "An Chloe" (Score/Crit. report)
Wenn die Lieb’ aus deinen blauen, hellen, offnen Augen sieht
Johann Georg Jacobi (1740–1814) 24 June 1787
529   "Des kleinen Friedrichs Geburtstag" (Score/Crit. report)
Es war einmal, ihr Leute
Johann Eberhard Friedrich Schall (1742–1790),
last verse by Joachim Heinrich Campe (1746–1818)
6 November 1787
530   "Das Traumbild" (Score/Crit. report)
Wo bist du, Bild
Ludwig Christoph Heinrich Hölty (1748–1776) 6 November 1787
531   "Die kleine Spinnerin" (Score/Crit. report)
Was spinnst du?
unknown 11 December 1787
552   "Lied beim Auszug in das Feld" (Score/Crit. report)
Dem hohen Kaiserworte treu
unknown 11 August 1788
596   "Sehnsucht nach dem Frühling" (Score/Crit. report)
Komm, lieber Mai, und mache
Christian Adolph Overbeck (1755–1821) 14 January 1791
597   "Der Frühling" (Score/Crit. report)
Erwacht zum neuen Leben
Christoph Christian Sturm (1740–1786) 14 January 1791
598   "Das Kinderspiel" (Score/Crit. report)
Wir Kinder, wir schmecken der Freuden recht viel!
Christian Adolph Overbeck (1755–1821) 14 January 1791

Canons[edit]

K1 K6 Composition, score and critical report (NMA) Librettist Date
89 73k "Kyrie in G" (Score)
Kyrie a cinque con diversi canoni
liturgical text May 1770
89a II 73r "Four Riddle Canons" (Score)
Sit trium series una: Incipe Menalios for 3 voices;
Ter ternis canite vocibus: Cantate Domino for 9 voices;
Canon ad duodecimam: Confitebor tibi Domine for 3 voices;
Canon. Ter voce ciemus: Thebana bella for 6 voices
unknown Summer 1770
89a 73i "Canon for 4 instruments" (Score) April 1770
228 515b "Ach! zu kurz" (Score)
Double canon for 4 voices
unknown before 24 June 1787
229 382a "Sie ist dahin" (Score)
Canon for 3 voices
Ludwig Heinrich Christoph Hölty (1748–1776) 1782
230 382b "Selig, selig" (Score)
Canon for 2 voices
Ludwig Heinrich Christoph Hölty (1748–1776) 1782
231 382c "Leck mich im Arsch" / "Lasst uns froh sein") (Score)
Canon for 6 voices
probably WA Mozart himself 1782
232 509a "Lieber Freistädtler, lieber Gaulimauli" (Score)
Canon for 4 voices
probably WA Mozart himself after 4 June 1787
233 382d "Leck mir den Arsch fein recht schön sauber" (Score)
/ "Nichts labt mich mehr als Wein" – Canon for 3 voices
probably WA Mozart himself 1782
234 382e "Bei der Hitz im Sommer eß ich" (Score)
/ "Essen, Trinken" – Canon for 3 voices
probably WA Mozart himself 1782
347 382f "Wo der perlende Wein im Glase blinkt" (Score)
Canon for 6 voices
unknown 1782
348 382g "V'amo di core" (Score)
Quadruple canon for 12 voices (3 choirs)
unknown 1782
deest   1. "Canon for 6" (sketch) (Score) 1781/82 or later
deest   2. "Canon for 4" (sketch) (Score) 1781/82 or later
deest   3. "Canon for 4" (sketch) (Score) 1781/82 or later
deest   4. "Canon for 4" (sketch) (Score) end of 1785/1786
507   "Heiterkeit und leichtes Blut" (Score)
Canon for 3 voices
after 3 June 1786
508   "Auf das Wohl aller Freunde" (Score)
Canon for 3 voices (sopranos)
unknown after 3 June 1786
  508a 2 canons for 3 sopranos / 14 Interval canons (Score)
Canons for various voices (sketches)
after 3 June 1786
deest   6. "Canon for 3" (sketch) (Score) after 3 June 1786
deest   7. "Canon for 2" (sketch) (Score) after 3 June 1786
deest   "Canon for 4" (Score) Summer 1786
553   "Alleluia" (Score)
Canon for 4 voices
liturgical text 2 September 1788
554   "Ave Maria" (Score)
Canon for 3 voices
liturgical text 2 September 1788
555   "Lacrimoso son'io" (Score)
Canon for 4 voices
liturgical text 2 September 1788
556   "Grechtelt's enk" (Score)
Canon for 4 voices
unknown 2 September 1788
557   "Nascoso è il mio sol" (Score)
Canon for 4 voices
unknown 2 September 1788
558   "Gehn wir im Prater, gehn wir in d'Hetz" (Score)
Canon for 4 voices
unknown 2 September 1788
559   "Difficile lectu mihi mars" (Score)
Canon for 3 voices
probably WA Mozart himself 2 September 1788
560a 559a "O du eselhafter Peierl" (Score)
Canon for 3 voices
probably WA Mozart himself between 1785 and 1787
560b 560 "O du eselhafter Martin (Jakob)" (Score)
Canon for 4 voices
probably WA Mozart himself 2 September 1788
deest   9. "Canon for 4" (sketch) (Score) 1787 or 1788
deest   10. "Canon for 4" (sketch) (Score) 1787 or 1788
deest   11. "Canon for 4" (sketch) (Score) 1787 or 1788
561   "Bona nox! bist a rechta Ox" (Score)
Canon for 4 voices
WA Mozart 2 September 1788
562   "Caro bell' idol mio" (Score)
Canon for 4 voices
unknown 2 September 1788
  562a "Canon for 4" (Score) unknown
  562c "Canon for 4 Instruments" (Score)
Canon for 2 violins, viola, bass
unknown
  616b "Canonical Study for 4" (Score) Summer 1787

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dexter Edge, "Mozart's Reception in Vienna, 1787–91" pp. 66–117 in Wolfgang Amadè Mozart: Essays on His Life and Music, ed. Stanley Sadie, Oxford University Press, 1996. p. 86, note 65; ISBN 978-0-19-816443-2
  2. ^ Miller, Johann Martin (1783). Gedichte. Ulm: Johann Konrad Wohler. p. 190.
  3. ^ "Who was Mozart's Laura? – 'Abendempfindung' and the Editors" by David Paisey, Electronic British Library Journal, 2006