List of works by Josef Labor

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Works with Opus Number

  • Op.1 - Fantasie über ein Original-Thema for 2 Pianos (Vienna: J.P. Gotthard, 1870; Vienna: Universal Edition, 1912).
  • Op.2 - Scherzo in Kanonform for 2 Pianos (Vienna: J.P. Gotthard, 1888; Vienna: Universal Edition (UE 3671), 1912).
  • Op.3 - Piano Quintet in E minor for Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, and Piano (Vienna: Krämer, 1886; Vienna: Universal Edition (UE 3672), 1912).
  • Op.4 - Variationen und Fuge über ein Thema von Carl Czerny (Op.139 No.87) in D-flat major for Piano (Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1893; Vienna: Universal Edition (UE 3673), 1912).
  • Op.5 - Violin Sonata in D minor (Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1893; Vienna: Universal Edition (UE 3674), 1912).
  • Op.6 - Piano Quartet in C major (Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1893; Vienna: Universal Edition, 1912). Arranged for Piano 4 Hands by Ferd. Rebay (Vienna: Universal Edition, 1912).
  • Op.7 - Cello Sonata in A major (Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1896; Vienna: Universal Edition, ca.1912).
  • Op.8 - 5 Klavierstücke (Leipzig: J. Rieter-Biedermann, 1897; Vienna: Universal Edition (UE 3678), 1912).
  • Op.9 - Phantasie über die Oesterreichische Volkshymne von Joseph Haydn for Organ (Leipzig: J. Rieter-Biedermann, 1898; Vienna: Universal Edition (UE 3679), 1912).
  • Op.10 - Thema und Variationen for Horn (or Cello) and Piano (Leipzig: J. Rieter-Biedermann, 1899; Vienna: Universal Edition (UE 3680), 1912).
  • Op.11 - Piano Quintet in D major for Clarinet, Violin, Viola, Cello, and Piano (Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1893/1901). Arranged for Piano 4 Hands by G. Volk (Vienna: Universal Edition, 1912).
  • Op.12 - Fantasie in E minor for Organ Duet (Leipzig: Otto Junne / Vienna: Universal Edition, 1912). Published in Orgelstücke moderner Meister, Vol.2.
  • Op.13 - 2 Improvisationen for Organ (Vienna: Universal Edition (UE 3684), 1912).
  • Op.14 - Choralvorspiel über die Melodie "Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten" for Harmonium (Vienna: Universal Edition (UE 3685), 1912).
  • Op.15 - Organ Sonata in B minor (Vienna: Universal Edition (UE 3684), 1912).
  • Op.16 - Pater noster for Chorus, Organ, and String Orchestra (Vienna: Universal Edition (UE 3686), 1912).

Works without Opus Number

  • Capriccio ("Big Ben") for 2 Pianos (Vienna: Universal Edition (UE 3691), 1912).
  • Edward ("Dein Schwert, wie ist's vom Blut so rot"). Ballade for Voice and Piano (Vienna: Universal Edition, 1912).
  • 6 Canons for Female Voices (Vienna: Universal Edition, 1912).
  1. "O wonnigliche Reiselust" for Soprano and Alto
  2. "Der Siegelring wird nicht in hartem Stein aich drücken" for 2 Sopranos
  3. Genialisch Treiben: "So wälz' ich ohne Unterlass" for Soprano and Alto
  4. Das Gerede der Wellen: "Eine Welle sagt zur andern" for 2 Sopranos and 2 Altos
  5. "Lieden, Hassen , Fürchten, Zittern" for 2 Sopranos and 2 Altos
  6. "Das ist die Not der schweren Zeit" for 4 Voices
  • 3 Klavierstücke (Vienna: Universal Edition (UE 3689), 1912).
  • 3 Lieder for Mixed Chorus (Vienna: Universal Edition (UE 3688), 1912).
  1. Der Traum: "Im schönsten Garten wallten" (L. Uhland)
  2. "Ruhe umhüllt mit säuselndem Flügel" (Fr. Grillparser)
  3. Abendlied: "Abend wird es wieder"
  • 17 Praeludien über Intonationen der wichtigsten Choral-Offertorien for Organ (Vienna: Universal Edition (UE 3684), 1912).
  • Violin Concerto in G major. Published in full score (Universal Edition, 1912) (85 pages. Plate U.E.3692). Violin/Piano reduction by Emil Hochreiter (Vienna: Universal Edition (UE 5529), 1915).
  • Konzertstück for Piano and Orchestra. Arranged for 2 Pianos by Carl Frühling (Vienna: Universal Edition, 1914).
  • Justus ut palma, offertorium for chorus, orchestra and organ (see A-WHk HK 2226.)