List of works by Ferdinand Hiller

This list is manually maintained, therefore some of the available pieces may not yet be linked from this page. For an automatically generated alphabetical list of all available pieces, please see Category:Hiller, Ferdinand.
A list of works in the composer category that are not included here can be found on this page.

Works are for Piano unless otherwise stated.

Contents

Works with Opus number

Opus 1 - 99

  1. Lass dich nur nichts dauern.
  2. Ach wie nichtig!
  3. Morgenlied.
  4. Litaney auf das Fest aller Seelen.
  5. Ein geistlich Abendlied.
  6. Wach’ auf, mein Herz, und singe.
  • Op.72 - Rezitativ und Romanze
  • Op.73 -
  • Op.74 - Piano Trio No.5 in E major
  • Op.75 - Ver sacrum oder Die Gründung Roms' for Soli, Choir and Orchestra
  • Op.76 - 9 Songs
  • Op.77 -
  • Op.78 - Piano Sonata No.3
  • Op.79 - Christnacht - Cantata
  • Op.79 - 8 easy Piano Pieces
  • Op.80 - Saul - Oratorio
  • Op.81 - 2 Piano Pieces
  • Op.82 - 24 Vocalises for 4 Voices
  • Op.83 - Die Wallfahrt nach Kevlaar
  • Op.84 - 3 Songs
  • Op.85 - 4 Songs
  • Op.86 - Suite for Violin and Piano
  • Op.87 - Toccata, Adagio und Capriccio for Violin and Piano
  • Op.88 - Capriccio
  • Op.89 - Duett Gott mit mir
  • Op.90 - 10 Duetts
  • Op.91 - An das Vaterland - Cantata
  • Op.92 - Sechs leichte Zwiegesänge (Songs)
  • Op.93 - 6 Marienlieder for SATB
  • Op.94 - 8 Works for three female Voices
  • Op.95 - 6 Sonatinen
  • Op.96 -
  • Op.97 - Zur Guitarre
  • Op.98 - Variations
  • Op.99 - Die Nacht- Hymn

Opus 100 - 199

  • Op.100 - Neue Gesänge (Songs)
  • Op.101 - Concert-Overture No.2
  • Op.102 - Palmsonntagmorgen for Soprano and female Choir with Orchestra
  • Op.103 -
  • Op.104 - Konzertstück
  • Op.105 - String Quartet No.3 in D major
  • Op.106 - Der Morgen for TTBB
  • Op.106 - Operette ohne Text for Piano 4-hands
  • Op.107 - Aus der Edda for TTBBO
  • Op.108 - Duett on Lützows wilde Jagd after C.M. v. Weber
  • Op.109 - Serenade for Cello and Piano
  • Op.110 - Fantasia
  • Op.111 - 12 Lieder
  • Op.112 - Psalm 93 for male Choir and Orchestra
  • Op.113 - Konzertstück for Piano and Orchestra
  • Op.114 - Dem Manne ziemt die Rache for TTBB
  • Op.114 - Also: Serenade for Violin and Orchestra in F (Romance - Presto - Adagio, ma non troppo - Finale. Allegro deciso e vivace, ma non troppo.)
  • Op.115 - Gavotte, Courante, Sarabande for piano
  • Op.116 - 8 Poems for SATB
  • Op.117 - Leichte Lieder und Tänze
  • Op.118 - 8 Ritornelles
  • Op.119 - Pfingsten
  • Op.120 - Der Deserteur. Oper in 3 Akten (Schott, 1866)
  • Op.121 - 6 Chamber-Duets
  • Op.122 - 2 Piano Pieces
  • Op.123 - 8 Gesänge for 3 female Voices
  • Op.124 - Theme and Variations (Rieter-Biedermann, 1870)
  • Op.125 - Impromptu
  • Op.126 - 3 Phantasiestücke
  • Op.127 - Symphonische Fantasie
  • Op.128 - Leichte Serenade for Piano 4-hands
  • Op.129 - 12 Gesänge
  • Op.130 - 6 Clavierstücke
  • Op.131 - Piano Pieces
  • Op.132 - 2 small Duets
  • Op.133 - Piano Quartet No.3 in A major
  • Op.134 - Ostermorgen for Soprano and TTBBO
  • Op.135 - Grosses Duett for 2 pianos (4 hands)
  • Op.136 - Es muß doch Frühling werden for TTBB and Orchestra
  • Op.137 - All'antico - Impromptu
  • Op.138 - 8 Songs
  • Op.139 - Frühlingsnacht for SATB and Orchestra
  • Op.140 - Serenade for Cello and Piano
  • Op.141 - 6 Pièces faciles pour la Jeunesse
  • Op.142 - 3 Fantasiestücke for Violin and Piano
  • Op.143 - 8 Gesänge for 3 female Voices
  • Op.144 - Modern Suite
  • Op.145 - Overture to Demetrius for Orchestra
  • Op.146 - Aus dem Soldatenleben - Fantasiestücke
  • Op.147 - Großer Festmarsch for Piano 4-hands
  • Op.148 - 8 Works for TTBB
  • Op.149 - 6 easy Songs
  • Op.150 - Nala und Damayanti (1870) - Dramatic Cantata
  • Op.151 - Israels Siegesgesang - Hymn
  • Op.152 - Violin Concerto
  • Op.152 - Prestissimo - Etude in A minor
  • Op.152b - Fantasiestück in A major for Violin and Orchestra
  • Op.153 - Gesänge
  • Op.154 - Ghasel and Waltz
  • Op.155 -
  • Op.156 - Piano Quintet
  • Op.157 - Tragödie - 3 Songs for Voice, Cello, and Piano
  • Op.158 - Gestalten aus dem Mittelalter - Charakterstücke
  • Op.159 - Songs
  • Op.160 - Tambourin, Capriccio
  • Op.161 -
  • Op.162 -
  • Op.163 - 6 Inventionen
  • Op.164 - 6 Works for 2 Voices
  • Op.165 - 8 Songs for SATB
  • Op.166 - Dramatische Fantasie for Orchestra
  • Op.167 -
  • Op.168 - Suite sérieuse
  • Op.169 - Dances for Piano 4-hands
  • Op.170 - Piano Concerto No. 3 in A flat major, Concerto espressivo
  • Op.171 -
  • Op.172 - Cello Sonata
  • Op.173 - 50 small Impromptus
  • Op.174 - Bundeslied
  • Op.175 - Rondino amoroso
  • Op.176 - 8 volkstümliche Gesänge for 3 female Voices
  • Op.177 - 7 Duets
  • Op.178 - Impromptu Zwei Monate nach Sicht
  • Op.179 - Reiner von Bingen, Songs
  • Op.180 -
  • Op.181 -
  • Op.182 - Rebecca - Ein biblisches Idyll for Soli, SATB and Orchestra
  • Op.183 - Instrumentalstücke und Chöre zum dramatische Märchen Prinz Papagei von Görner for Piano 4-hands Leipzig, Rieter-Biedermann 1878.
  • In den Lüften (Perpetuum mobile) (aus Prinz Papagei, Op. 183). Concert-Etude f. V. m. Pfte – f. Fl. m. Pfte. Leipzig, Rieter-Biedermann 1878.
  • Op.184 - Jugenderinnerungen
  • Op.185 - 7 Songs
  • Op.186 - Serenade No.2 for Violin, Cello and Piano, (also called piano trio no.6. pub.late 1878/early 1879 by Kistner, plate 5109.)
  • Op.187 - 2 Ballads for Soli, SATB and Piano
  • Op.188 - Waltz in D major
  • Op.189 - Dallo profundo chiamo a te Signore
  • Op.190 - 9 Lyric Pieces for Violin and Piano
  • Op.191 - Festtage - 6 Piano Pieces
  • Op.192 - Sanctus - for Choir
  • Op.193 - Es fürchte Gott das Menschengeschlecht for SATB and Orchestra
  • Op.194 - 2 Works for SATB
  • Op.195 - Songs
  • Op.196 - Leichte Sonatine in F major
  • Op.197 - Kleine Suite for piano
  • Op.198 - Dudelsackstücklein
  • Op.199 - 5 Works for 4 female Voices

Opus 200 - 207

  • Op.200 - Richard Löwenherz - Ballade for SATB, T-Solo and Orchestra
  • Op.201 - Capriccio affettuoso
  • Op.202 - Capriccio
  • Op.203 - Capriccio fugato (for 4 violins?)
  • Op.204 - 6 Songs
  • Op.205 - 4 Works for 2 voices
  • Op.206 - 3 Pieces for Violin and Piano
  • Op.207 - String Trio in C major

Works Without Opus Number

  • Sonntag (Es tönet über das weite Feld )
  • Symphony No.1 (ca.1830)
  • Symphony in C major (from ca.1830) (poss. symphony no.1?
  • Symphony in E minor (from ca.1830) -both scanned in at the Goethe University of Frankfurt
  • Symphony No.2 in A minor (performed 1831 December at the Paris Conservatoire, with the premiere of the Opus 5 piano concerto -- ? could this be the E minor, misdescribed in a source?)
  • Symphony No.3? (possibly Symphony in F minor, ca.1832 with new finale 1833)
  • Symphony No.4? Im Freien in G major (British premiere 1852. Could be opus 50 or 51?)
  • Symphony No.5? in C (performed at the Gewandhaus in 1877 according to Geschichte der Gewandhausconcerte zu Leipzig vom 25. November 1781 bis 25. November 1881)
  • 4 other symphonies (according to recent research?)
  • Romance for violin and orchestra in E (1834 February)
  • Lustspielouvertüre (Adagio quasi andante - Molto allegro) in D (Autograph? in Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Musikabteilung, Berlin; see RISM 464000411 which also has instrumentation.) (by 1845)
  • Overture in E major (1836 June)
  • Overture in D minor (1836 September)
  • Psalm 108 for soprano and small ensemble (1836 November 30)
  • Psalm 81 for Chorus and Orchestra (1837 April 11)
  • Duo for Piano and Violin in B minor (1835 October)
  • Operas:
    • Die Katakomben, opera in 3 acts, text by Moritz Hartmann
  • Ave Maria for 4-part men's chorus and organ, published 1865 by Benoit aîné
  • Vous, lied to words by Baraleau (published by M. Schlesinger, 1834)

Note - The composer's two early thematic catalogs - 1828–1831, 1832–1837 - while they do not cover a period of some months in 1831–1832 it seems - may, indeed should - help with cataloguing his very prolific output of early works. These have been digitally scanned by Goethe-Universitat.

Books

  • Félix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy : (Lettres et souvenirs) (Paris: Baur, 1867. Translated into German and English, the latter by M.E. von Glehn. Most recently republished in English New York: Vienna House, 1972 apparently.)