Works ordered by instrumentation

 

Stage works / Musiktheater
Don Gil von den grünen Hosen op. 35 (1921–1923)
musical comedy in 3 parts
for soli, choir and orchestra —180’
original author: Tirso de Molina; libretto: Walter Braunfels; language: German
2 3 2 2 – 4 2 1 0 – timp, perc, hp, hpsd ad lib, mand, guit, bagpipe, str;
stage music: fl(2), cl, bagpipe, cast, hp, hpsd, mand, guit, vln(2), vla(2), vc
cast: Don Pedro, bass; Dona Ines, soprano; Don Manuel de Guzman (Don Gil), tenor; Dona Juana, soprano; Dona Clara, alto; Don Rodriguez, baritone; Don Curzio, tenor; Caramanchell, baritone; Quintana, baritone; boys, singers, people
choir: SATB
première: 15/11/1924, Munich. Hans Knappertsbusch
score and parts on hire
libretto on hire
for sale:
UE7374•score (special order)
UE7376•piano reduction (special order)
Universal Edition
Galathea op. 40 (1924–1929)
a Greek fairy tale in 1 act
for soli, choir and orchestra — 80’
original author: Sylvia Baltus; libretto: Walter Braunfels
3 5 3 2 – 8 2 2 0 – timp, perc, xyl, hp, cel, glock, str
cast: Galathea, coloratura soprano; 3 nymphs, high soprano, soprano and mezzo-soprano; Der Cyklop, bass; Acis, tenor; 2 fauns: baritone and bass; 3 little fauns, buffo tenor, buffo baritone, buffo bass
choir: SATB
première: 26/01/1930, Cologne. Eugen Szenkar
score and parts on hire
for sale: UE9869•piano reduction (special order)
Universal Edition
Der gläserne Berg op. 39 (1928)
a Christmas tale for voice and orchestra — 73’
text: Josefa von Elsner-Örtel; language: German
1 1 2 1 – 2 1 1 0 – timp, perc, pno, harm, cel. str
première: 1928, Krefeld
A. J. Benjamin / Boosey & Hawkes
Jeanne d’Arc – Szenen aus dem Leben der Heiligen Johanna op. 57 (1939–1943)
symphonic poem for soli, choir and orchestra — 150’
source text: after the trial documents from the year 1431; libretto: Walter Braunfels
3 3 3 3 – 4 3 3 1 – timp, perc(5), hp, pno, alto sax, str; stage music: tpt(4)
cast: Johanna, juvenile-dramatic soprano; archangel Michael, heroic tenor; Hl. Katharina,
soprano; Hl. Margarete, mezzo-soprano; Karl von Valois, König von Frankreich, tenor;
Erzbischof von Reims, high bass; Cauchon, Bischof von Beauvais, tenor; Vicar-Inquisitor, bass; Jakobus von Arc, Johannas Vater, bass; Colin, ein Schäfer, buffo tenor; Gilles de Rais, Marschall von Frankreich, genannt „Blaubart“, heroic baritone; Herzog von Alençon, tenor; Ritter Baudricourt, baritone; Lison, seine Frau, alto; Bertrand de Poulengy, tenor; Florent d’Illiers, high bass; Englischer Hauptmann, tenor; Page, boy soprano; 6 Bürger von Orléans, tenors, basses; Hofleute, Wachen, hohe geistliche Würdenträger, Gefolge des Königs, Engländer, Geharnischte, Mönche, Henker; choir: Richter (TB), Volk, Gesinde (SATB), Chorknaben (boys voices)
first scenic première: 27/04/2008, Berlin. Burcu Uyar – St. Catherina; Yosep Kang / Felipe Rojas Velozo – König; Guillaume Antoine – Erzbischof; Peter Maus – Cauchon; Simon Pauly – Vicar Inquisitor; Mary Mills – Johanna; Ante Jerkunica – Jacobus; Paul Kaufmann – Colin; Morten Frank Larsen – Gilles; Deutsche Oper Berlin choir and orchestra; cond. Ulf Schirmer; after the idea and the conception of Christoph Schlingensief
score and parts on hire
libretto on hire
for sale:
UE33457•score (special order)
UE33459•piano reduction (special order)
Universal Edition
Prinzessin Brambilla op. 12 (1906–1908; revised version 1929/1930, op. 12/1)
fantasy piece with 1 prologue and 5 scenes
for soli, choir and orchestra — 120’
original author: E. T. A. Hoffmann; libretto: Walter Braunfels; original language: German
cast: Fürst Bastaniello di Pistoja, baritone; Claudio (an actor), tenor; Giazinta (a young needle woman), soprano; Barbara, alto; Pantalone (a servant of Bastaniello), baritone; Gascon (a noble man), tenor; Brutz and Buffel (drinking mates of Claudio), bass and tenor, Der Wirt Cuniberto, bass; a young woman, soprano
choir: SATB
3 3 4 3 – 4 3 3 1 – timp, perc(2), hp, cel, mand, guit, str – stage music: tpt, pno, glock(2), t-t
première: 25/03/1909, Stuttgart. Max von Schillings
première of revised version: 09/1931, Hannover. Rudolf Krasselt
score and parts on hire
for sale: UE7356•piano reduction (special order)
Universal Edition
Spiel von der Auferstehung des Herrn op. 72 (1938/1954)
for soli, choir and orchestra — 72’
based on the Alsfeld Passion by Hans Reinhard; language: German
2 1 1 2 – 2 2 1 0 – timp, perc, glockenspiel, org, hp, pno (ad lib.), str
cast: first and second angel, soprano; third angel , alto; archangel Uriel / Michael and Gabriel, tenor; Maria Magdalena, soprano; Maria Jakobäa; mezzo-soprano; first and second soul, alto and soprano; choir of the elysian legion; choir of the poor souls; choir of devil; choir of the followers minimal cast of characters: three female voices, tenor solo and choir
scenic première not yet scheduled
first broadcast: 09/04/1954, WDR Cologne
A. J. Benjamin / Boosey & Hawkes
Der Traum ein Leben op. 51 (1934–1937)
a dramatic fairy-tale
for soli, choir and orchestra — 140’
text: Franz Grillparzer; language: German
3 3 3 3 – 4 3 3 1 – timp, perc(4), hp, cel, pno, str, stage music: hn(4), tpt
cast: Rustan, ein junger Krieger, tenor; Zanga, ein Mohr, sein Sklave, baritone; Massud, ein reicher Landmann / Der König von Samarkand, im Traum, bass; Mirza, seine Tochter / Gülnare, seine Tochter, im Traum, soprano; Der alte Kaleb, tenor; Der Mann vom Felsen, sein Sohn, speaking part; Karkhan, sein Neffe, tenor; eine Alte, alto; ein Kämmerer, tenor; ein Hauptmann, baritone; Genius des Traumes, soprano; Genius des Bewusstseins, soprano; Gefolge des Königs, Krieger, Gefangene;
choir: Volk, Jäger (SATB)
première: 25/05/2001, Regensburg. Guido Johannes Rumstadt
score and parts on hire
libretto on hire
for sale:
UE33315•study score (special order)
UE33554•piano reduction (special order)
Universal Edition
Ulenspiegel op. 23 (1910–1912)
opera in 3 acts
for soli, choir and orchestra — 120’
after texts by Charles de Coster; libretto: Walter Braunfels; language: German
3 3 5 4 – 6 4 3 1 – timp(2), perc, hp, str
cast: Klas, bass; Till, tenor; Nele, soprano; Profoß des Herzogs Alba, high bass; tailor, tenor; soap boiler, tenor; carpenter, tenor; shoemaker, bass; cabinet maker, bass; first and second priest, tenor and bass; mayor of Vlissingen, high bass; choir
première:04/11/1913, Stuttgart. Max von Schillings
Musikverlag Ries & Erler
Verkündigung op. 50 (1933–1935)
a mysterium in four parts and a prelude
for soli, choir and orchestra — 130’
after texts by Paul Claudel; German translation: Jacob Hegner; language: German
3 3 3 3 – 4 3 3 1 – timp, perc, hp, cel, bells, str
cast: Andreas Gradherz, bass; Jakobäus, high bass; Peter von Ulm, tenor; Mother, alto; Violäne, soprano; Mara, mezzo-soprano; Schulze, bass; first and second worker, tenor and bass; a woman, soprano; choir
première: 04/04/1948, Cologne. Helmut Schnackenburg
Edition Gravis
Die Vögel — The Birds op. 30 (1913–1919)
a lyric fantasy in 2 acts
for soli, choir and orchestra — 120’
source text: after Aristophanes; libretto: Walter Braunfels; language: German
3 2 2 2 – 4 2 3 1 – timp, perc(2), hp(2), cel, str; flute behind the scene
cast: Hoffegut und Ratefreund, Bürger einer großen Stadt, tenor and high bass; Stimme des Zeus, baritone; Prometheus, baritone; Wiedhopf, einstens ein Mensch, nun König der Vögel, baritone; Nachtigall, high soprano; Zaunschlüpfer, soprano; Adler, bass; Rabe, bass; Flamingo, tenor; 1. Drossel, low soprano; 2. Drossel, soprano; 3 Schwalben und 2 Meisen, sopranos; 4 Wendehälse, tenors; 2 Kibitze, basses ballet,
choir: SATB
3 2 2 2 – 4 2 3 1 – timp, perc(2), hp(2), cel, str; flute off-stage
première: 30/11/1920, Munich. Bruno Walter
score and parts on hire
for sale: UE6423• score (special order)
Universal Edition
Der Zauberlehrling — The Sorcerer’s Apprentice op. 71 (1951/1952)
dance ballade for television
for soli, speakers and orchestra — 30’
based on texts by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
2 2 2 4 – 3 2 2 1 – timp,perc, str
cast: apprentice, soprano; master, bass; raven, baritone; sorcerer’s apprentice, wizard, first broom, speakers
première: 22/02/1954, NWDR Hamburg. Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt
Family Archive
Orchestral works / Orchesterwerke
Ariels Gesang op. 18 (1910)
after Shakespeare’s Tempest
for small orchestra — 8’
2 2 2 2 – 2 1 0 0 – timp, perc, hp(2), str
première: 22/03/1911, Munich
F. E. C. Leuckert Verlag
Carnevals-Overtüre op. 22 (1908)
for large orchestra — 12’
3 3 4 3 – 6 3 3 1 – timp, perc, str
première: 08/02/1912, Stuttgart. Max von Schillings
Musikverlag Ries & Erler
Divertimento op. 42 (1929)
for small orchestra — 20’
2 2 2 2 – 1 2 0 0 – timp, hp, alto sax, t.sax, str
première: 1929, Sinfoniekonzert des Westdeutschen Funks, Walter Braunfels
score and parts on hire
for sale: UE34625•study score (special order)
Universal Edition
Don Juan op. 34 (1922–1924)
a classical-romantical phantasmagoria
for large orchestra — 24’33’’
3 3 4 4 – 4 3 3 1 – perc, hp, pno, str
première: 13/11/1924, Leipzig. Gewandhausorchester, Wilhelm Furtwängler
score and parts on hire
study score available at Musikproduktion Höflich: www.musikmph.de
Universal Edition
Der gläserne Berg op. 39/1 (1928)
suite for small orchestra — 24’
1 1 2 1 – 2 1 1 0 – perc, hp, cel, harm, pno. str(8 6 4 4 2)
première: 1928, Krefeld
score and parts on hire
for sale: UE9790•score (special order)
Universal Edition
Orchestersuite op. 48 (1933–1936)
for orchestra (E minor) — 22’
3 3 3 3 – 4 3 3 1 – timp, perc, hp, str
première: 02/12/1936, Winterthur. Hermann Scherchen
Family Archive
Phantastische Erscheinungen eines Themas von Hector Berlioz op. 25 (1914–1917)
for large orchestra — 47’
3 3 4 4 – 4 3 3 1 – perc, hp(2), str
première: 19 or 20/11/1920, Zurich. Orchester der Tonhalle-Gesellschaft, Volkmar Andreae score and parts on hire
for sale:
UE6374•Kritischer Bericht (special order)
UE6398•score (special order)
study score available at Musikproduktion Höflich: www.musikmph.de
Universal Edition
Präludium und Fuge op. 36 (1922–1926)
for large orchestra — 17’
4(3) 3 5(4) 4(3) – 4 3 3 1 – timp, str
première: 10/1925, Krefeld. Rudolf Siegel
score and parts on hire
for sale: UE8368•score (special order)
study score available at Musikproduktion Höflich: www.musikmph.de
Universal Edition
Serenade op. 20 (1910)
for small orchestra (E flat) — 23’
3 2 2 2 – 4 2 0 0 – hp, str
première: 09/01/1911, Munich. Ferdinand Löwe
Musikverlag Ries & Erler
Sinfonia brevis op. 69 (1948)
Symphony in F minor for orchestra — 31’
2 2 2 2 – 4 1 3 0 – timp, perc, hp, str
première: 04/04/1949, Cologne. Günter Wand
A. J. Benjamin / Boosey & Hawkes
Sinfonia for Strings (F sharp minor) (arr.) – 40’
Symphonische Variationen über ein altfranzösisches Kinderlied op. 15 (1908–1909)
for orchestra — 18’
2 2 2 2 – 4 2 3 1 – timp, perc, str
première: 21/01/1909 Lübeck. Hermann Abendroth
A. J. Benjamin / Boosey & Hawkes
Tänze und Melodien op. 35/1 (1921–1923)
Suite from the opera Don Gil von den grünen Hosen
for orchestra
Zwischenspiel • Savoyardenlied • Arietta • Lied • Zwischenspiel • Finale
2 2 2 2 – 4 2 1 0 – timp, perc, hp, mand, guit, bagpipe (or tpt), str
première: Great Britain
score and parts on hire
Universal Edition
Die Taubenhochzeit op. 30/1 (1913–1919)
ballet music from the opera Die Vögel
for orchestra — 12’
2 2 2 2 – 4 2 3 0 – perc, hp, str
score and parts on hire
for sale: UE6478•score (special order)
Universal Edition
Vorspiel op. 35/2 (1921–1923)
from the opera Don Gil von den grünen Hosen
for orchestra — ca. 6’
2 2 2 2 – 4 2 1 0 – timp, perc, hp, str
score and parts on hire
for sale: UE34228•score (special order)
Universal Edition
Solo instruments and orchestra / Soloinstrumente und Orchester
Hebridentänze op. 70 (1950–1951)
for piano and orchestra — 25’
2 2 2 2 – 4 2 1 1 – timp, perc, hp, str
première: 08/12/1952, Karlsruhe
Edition Gravis
Hexensabbat op. 8 (1906)
for piano and orchestra — 8’
3 3 3 2 – 4 2 3 1 – timp, perc, str
Family Archive
Konzert für Klavier und Orchester op. 21 (1911)
concerto for piano and orchestra (A major) — 30’
3 3 4 3 – 4 3 3 1 – timp, perc, hp, str
première: 20/11/1911, Berlin. Siegmund von Hausegger, Walter Braunfels, pno
F. E. C. Leuckart Verlag
Konzertstück op. 64 (1946)
concerto for piano and orchestra (C sharp minor) — 16’
2 2 2 2 – 4 2 0 0 – timp, perc, str
première: 29/09/1946, Hamburg. Eugen Jochum / Walter Braunfels
Ricordi
Schottische Phantasie op. 47 (1932–1933)
for viola solo and orchestra — 30’
2 2(+bass cl) 2 – 4 2 1 0 – timp, hp, str
première: 06/12/1933, Winterthur. Walter Braunfels / Oscar Kromer
Robert Forberg / Ricordi
Sinfonia concertante op. 68 (1947)
for violin solo, viola solo, two horns and string orchestra — 30’
première: 04/1949, Hamburg. Eugen Jochum
Edition Gravis
Tag und Nachtstücke(1933–1934)
for oblig. piano and orchestra — 30’
2 2 2 2 – 4 2 2 0 – timp, perc, hp, str
(posthumous work, formerly op. 44)
Family Archive
String quartet / Streichquartett
String Quartet No. 1 op. 60 (1944)
A minor — 37’
première: 1946, Cologne. Van Essen Quartett
Ricordi
String Quartet No. 2 op. 61 (1944)
F major — 30’
première: 1948, Cologne
Musikverlage Hans Gerig KG
String Quartet No. 3 op. 67 (1946/1947)
E minor — 29’
première: 1953, Winterthur. Winterthurer Streichquartett
Ricordi
String quintet / Streichquinett
String Quintet op. 63 (1944/1945)
F sharp minor — 40’
première: 1947, Munich. Kunkel Quartett
Musikverlage Hans Gerig KG
Vocal works / Vokalwerke
Voice and orchestra / Stimme und Orchester
Abschied vom Walde op. 30/1 (1913)
final song of Hoffegut from the opera Die Vögel
for tenor and orchestra — 5’
source text: after Aristophanes; libretto: Walter Braunfels
2 2 2 2 – 4 1 0 0, timp, hp, str
première: 30/11/1920, Munich. Bruno Walter
score and parts on hire
for sale:
UE6548•score (special order)
UE6550•piano reduction (special order)
Universal Edition
An die Parzen op. 27/1 (1916–1918)
from Zwei Hölderlin-Gesänge
for baritone and orchestra — 4’
text: Friedrich Hölderlin
première: 25/11/1918, Munich. Bruno Walter
see also Zwei Hölderlin-Gesänge (page 44)
score and parts on hire
Universal Edition
Auf ein Soldatengrab op. 26 (1915)
for baritone and orchestra — 8’
text: Hermann Hesse ; language: German
3 3 3 3 – 4 0 3 1 – perc, hp, bass tpt, str
première: 25/11/1918, Munich. Bruno Walter
score and parts on hire
for sale: UE17781•score (special order)
Universal Edition
Drei chinesische Gesänge op. 19 (1914)
for high voice and orchestra — 16’
after Bethge’s Chinese Flute; language: German
3 2 3 2 – 4 2 3 1 – timp, perc, hp, cel, str
première: 27/05/1914, Essen. Hermann Abendroth
Family Archive
Der gläserne Berg op. 39 (1928)
a Christmas tale for voice and orchestra — 73’
text: Josefa von Elsner-Örtel; language: German
1 1 2 1 – 2 1 1 0 – timp, perc, pno, harm, cel. str
première: 1928, Krefeld
A. J. Benjamin / Boosey & Hawkes
„Die Gott Minnende Seele“ op. 53 (1935–1936)
song cycle after poems by Mechthild von Magdeburg; language: German
for soprano solo and chamber orchestra — 15’
1 1 1 2 – 1 0 2 1 – hp, str (small forces)
première: 04/09/1947, Godesberg. Philipp Jarnach
Musikverlage Hans Gerig KG
Romantische Gesänge op. 58 (1918/1942)
for soprano and orchestra — 16’
based on poems by Clemens Brentano and Joseph von Eichendorff
2 3 3 2 – 4 2 3 1 – timp, hp, str
première: 21/05/1947, Bremen. Hellmut Schnackenburg, Martha Schilling
Musikverlage Hans Gerig KG
Der Tod der Kleopatra op. 59 (1944)
a scene after William Shakespeare
for soprano and orchestra — 15’
2 3 3 2 – 4 2 2 0 – timp, perc, hp, A-sax, str
première: 01/07/1946, Cologne. Günter Wand
Edition Gravis
Der Tod fürs Vaterland op. 27/2 (1916–1918)
from Zwei Hölderlin-Gesänge
for baritone and orchestra — 9’
text: Friedrich Hölderlin, language: German
première: 25/11/1918, Munich. Bruno Walter
score and parts on hire
Universal Edition
Von der Liebe süß’ und bittre Frucht op. 62 (1945)
Japanese songs for soprano and orchestra — 17’
2 2 3 2 – 4 2 3 0 – timp, perc, hp, str
première: 04/1947, Frankfurt/Main. Bruno Vondenhoff
Musikverlage Hans Gerig KG
Vorspiel und Prolog der Nachtigall op. 30/3 (1913)
from the opera Die Vögel
for coloratura soprano and orchestra — 10’
text: Walter Braunfels, after Aristophanes; language: German
3 2 2 2 – 4 2 0 0 – timp, hp(2), cel, str
première: 30/11/1920, Munich. Bruno Walter
score and parts on hire
for sale:
UE6870•score (special order)
UE6428•piano reduction (special order)
Universal Edition
Zwei Hölderlin-Gesänge op. 27 (1916–1918)
for bass and orchestra — 13’
text: Friedrich Hölderlin; language: German
An die Parzen (4’) • Der Tod fürs Vaterland (9’)
2(3) 2 3 2 – 4 2 3 1 – timp, hp, str
première: 1922, Cologne. Hermann Abendroth
score and parts on hire
for sale:
UE17785•score
Universal Edition
Voice and piano / Stimme und Klavier
Drei Goethelieder (Klärchenlieder) op. 29 (1916/1917)
for female voice and piano — 5’
première: 1919, Munich
Family Archive
Fragmente eines Federspiels and Neues Federspiel op. 7 (1904)
based on parts of Des Knaben Wunderhorn
for voice and piano — 8’
première: 1911, Munich
Musikverlag Ries & Erler
Geistliche Arien (W.A. Mozart, high voice) (arr.)
Musik zu Shakespeares Was ihr wollt op. 11 (1908)
for voice and piano — 27’
première: 1908, Munich
Musikverlag Ries & Erler
Nachklänge Beethovenscher Musik op. 13 (1910)
for medium voice and piano — 2’50’’
première: 1913, Munich
Musikverlag Ries & Erler
Sechs Gesänge op. 1 (1902)
for voice and piano — 16’
after poems by Karl Joseph Wolfskehl, Walter Wenghoefer and Stefan George
première: 13/02/1906 (selected songs)
Musikverlag Ries & Erler
Sechs Gesänge op. 4 (1905)
for voice and piano — 11’
based on texts by Friedrich Hölderlin, Friedrich Hebbel, Franz Hessel and
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
première: 13/02/1906 (selected songs)
Musikverlag Ries & Erler
Zwei Lieder nach Hans Carossa op. 44 (1932)
for voice and piano — 4’
based on texts by Hans Carossa
Family Archive
Choral works
Choir a cappella / Chor a cappella
Nachtzauber op. 41/2 (1930)
No. 2 from Zwei Männerchöre
for male choir a cappella — 3’
text: Joseph von Eichendorff; original language: German
choir: TTBB
for sale: UE1139•choral score (special order)
Universal Edition
Sonnenuntergang op. 41/1 (1924–1925)
No. 1 from Zwei Männerchöre
for male choir a cappella (TTBB) — 4’
text: Friedrich Hölderlin; language: German
score and parts on hire
for sale: UE9616•choral score (special order)
Universal Edition
Geistliche Lieder
sacred choral works for male choir
edited by Walter Braunfels
for sale: UE9304•choral score (special order)
Universal Edition
Jacob Handl (1550–1591)
Geistliche Gesänge 1816
sacred choral works for male choir
edited by Walter Braunfels
Resonet in laudibus • Pueri, concinite • Canite tuba • Qui manducat • Gloria tibi, trinitas •
O magnum mysterium
choir: TTBB(TTBarBB)
for sale: UE9306•choral score
Universal Edition
Choir with orchestra / Chor mit Orchester
Die Ammenuhr op. 28 (1914–1919)
for boys choir and orchestra — 16’
source text: Des Knaben Wunderhorn
2 3 2 4 – 4 3 1 0 – perc, hp(2), pno, str
première: 1919, Lübeck, Franz von Hoesslin
score and parts on hire
for sale:
UE7180•score (special order)
UE6876•piano reduction (special order)
Universal Edition
Konzert op. 38 (1928)
concerto for organ, boys choir and orchestra — 22’
tpt(3), tbn, bass tbn, timp, b.d, str
première: 02/1928, Leipzig. Günther Ramin, Wilhelm Furtwängler
score and parts on hire
Universal Edition
Soli, choir and orchestra / Soli, Chor und Orchester
Adventskantate op. 45 (1932–1933)
for baritone solo, choir and orchestra — 20’
2 3 2 3 – 4 3 3 1 – timp, perc, org, str
première: 19/11/1947, Aachen. Felix Raabe
Bärenreiter / Alkor-Edition Kassel
Große Messe op. 37 (1923–1926)
for soprano, alto, tenor, bass, boys choir, mixed choir, organ and orchestra — 105’
choir: SATB
3 3 4 4 – 4 3 3 1 – timp, perc, hp, org, str
première: 1927, Cologne. Hermann Abendroth
score and parts on hire
for sale:
UE8614•score (special order)
UE8617•piano reduction (special order)
Kleine Messe op. 37b (short version (50’)): performed without Gloria and Credo, but with the Introitus and Graduale
Universal Edition
Kleine Messe op. 37/1 (1923–1926)
for soprano, alto, tenor, bass, boys choir, mixed choir, organ and orchestra — 50’
Introitus • Kyrie • Graduale • Offertorium • Sanctus • Benedictus • Agnus Dei
choir: SATB
3 3 4 4 – 4 3 3 1 – timp, perc, hp, str
première: 1928, Solingen, Heinrich Boell
score and parts on hire
for sale:
UE9550•score (special order)
UE9509•piano reduction (special order)
short version of Große Messe without Gloria and Credo, but with the Introitus and Graduale
Universal Edition
Offenbarung Johannis op. 17 (1909)
for tenor solo, double-choir and large orchestra — 23’
language: German
4 3 5 4 – 8 5 4 1 – timp(2), perc, hp(2), organ (ad libitum), str
première: 02/06/1910, Zurich. Volkmar Andreae
Family Archive
Osterkantate op. 56 (1938–1944)
for soprano solo, baritone solo, choir and orchestra — 20’
2 3 2 3 – 4 3 3 1 – timp, perc, str
A. J. Benjamin / Boosey & Hawkes
Passionskantate op. 54(1936–1943)
for baritone solo, choir and orchestra — 27’
2 3 2 3 – 4 3 3 1 – timp, perc, str
première: 10/04/1957, Aachen. Theodor Bernhard Rehmann
A. J. Benjamin / Boosey & Hawkes
Te Deum op. 32 (1920–1921)
for soprano, tenor, mixed choir, orchestra and organ — 60’
choir: SATB
5(4) 3 5(3) 5(3) – 4 3 3 1 – timp, perc(2), hp(2), pno, org, str
première: 28/02/1922, Cologne. Hermann Abendroth
score and parts on hire
for sale:
UE7072•score (special order)
UE7075•piano reduction (special order)
UE7264•Kritischer Bericht
Universal Edition
Weihnachtskantate op. 52 (1934–1937)
for soprano solo, baritone solo, choir and orchestra — 25’
langugage: German/Latin
2 3 2 3 – 4 3 3 1 – timp, perc, str
première: 11/01/1950, Aachen. Felix Raabe
Bärenreiter / Alkor-Edition Kassel
Solo instruments / Solo Instrumente
Piano solo / Klavier Solo
Bagatellen op. 5 (1907)
for piano — 22‘15’’
première: 30/04/1908, Munich. August Schmid-Lindner
Musikverlag Ries & Erler
Kleine Stücke zu vier Händen op. 24 (1913)
for piano four hands — 11’
Edition Gravis
Kleine Kette für Michael op. 54/1 (1938)
6 pieces for piano — 10’
première: 1952, Cologne. Michael Braunfels
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Lyrischer Kreis op. 16 (1912)
for piano — 13’10’’
première: 1912, Munich
Musikverlag Ries & Erler
Studien op. 10 (1906–1908)
six pieces for piano — 13’50’’
première: 03/06/1908, Munich. Walter Braunfels
Musikverlag Ries & Erler
Variationen über ein altfranzösisches Kinderlied op. 46 (1919/1946)
for two pianos — 29’
première: 1946, Überlingen
Edition Gravis
Vierzehn Präludien op. 33 (1921)
for piano — 25
for sale: UE7035•(special order)
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Vor- und Zwischenspiele op. 31 (1918–1920)
for piano
première: 05/1920, Munich
for sale: UE6623•(special order)
Universal Edition
Orgel / Organ
Toccata, Adagio und Fuge op. 43 (1933–1942)
for organ (F minor) — 19’
première: 04/11/1946, Bonn. Heinrich Boell
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