List of works by Władysław Żeleński

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Sources

All treated with caveats, etc.

  • Hofmeisters Monatsberichte (several locations)
  • Contemporary journals
  • Worldcat
  • Culture.pl Worklist (Polish. Written by Margaret Kosińska, Polish Music Information Center, Polish Composers' Union, October 2006.)
  • Operone (German)
  • Grove, as quoted in a list at the Unsung Composers Forum.

Works with Opus Number

  • Op.1 - Gdy pozdrowię. Śplew na Br. Krakau, Grzybowsk: words by Adam Mickiewicz (ca. 1857-1860, pub.1864)
  • Op.1 also - String Quartet in E (mentioned in Culture.pl worklist. Lost?)
  • Op.2 - Moja pieszczotka for voice and piano
  • Op.2 also - String Quartet (see Culture.pl worklist. Again lost?)
  • Op.3 - Spiewak w obcej stronle na Br. Krakau, Grzybowsk 1860 or earlier (words by Bohdan Zaleski)
  • Op.3 - also, piano sonata no.0?
  • Op.4 - Tęddy, tęddy leciał ptaszek. Duo na S. i Ca. z Fortep. - 1864 or earlier
    • Also used for a march published or republished in 1891?
  • Op.5 - Piano sonata no.1 in G minor (pub.1859)
  • Op.6 - Pajęczyna. (sim. Opp. 1,3.)
  • Op.7 - 2 Pieśni (Songs). Krakau: Grzybowski, 1864.
  1. Spotkanie sie nasze gdzieśs daleko.
  2. Zakochana.
  • Op.8 - 3 Polish songs.
  • Trylot J. B. Zaleskiego
  • W imienniku A. Mickiewicza
  • W spomnienie J. B. Zaleskiego
  • Op.9 - Valse-caprice - C.F. Kahnt, 1864
  • Op.9 also - String Sextet in C major
  • Op.10 - Pięć śpiewów z królodworskiego rękopisu (songs to words by Vaclav Hanka) (ca.1862)
  • Op.11 - 2 Morceaux de salon (Romanza, nocturne) Kahnt, 1864
  • Op.12 - 2 Lieder f. 1 Singst. m. Pfte. (by 1894.)
  1. Czarna sukienka.
  2. Do Polek.
  • Op.13 - Rojenia wiośniane for voice and piano (words by Zaleski)
  • Op.14 - 2 Songs after Mikołaj Bołoz Antoniewicz (ca.1864)
  1. Mój kwiatek
  2. Posyłka
  • Op.15 - Lyrical waltzes for cello and piano 1871
  • Op.16 - 2 Morceaux de Salon- 1866?
  • Op.16 - Romance for violin and piano ?
  • Op.17 - 6 Character Pieces (Vienna, Gotthard, 1871)
1. Heft
  1. Præludium
  2. Promenade
  3. Tanz
2. Heft
  1. Canon
  2. Scherzo
  3. Abschied
  • Op.18 - 2 Pieces (Humoreske, Gavotte) 1871
  • Op.19 - 3 Songs (ca.1864?)
  1. Młodo zaswatana (Zaleski)
  2. Jaskółka (Teofil Lenartowicz)
  3. Łzy (Lenartowicz)
  • Op.20 - Piano Sonata No.2, Op.20 in E minor (pub.1876)
  • Op.21 - Variationen über ein original Thema for String Quartet (1883)
  • Op.22 - Piano Trio in E major (pub.1875)
  • Op.23 - 2 Songs (ca.1870?):
  1. Sen nocy letniej (Miron)
  2. Pod okienkiem (Miron)
  • Op.24 - Dzikie sny for voice and piano after Mieczysław Romanowski (ca.1870)
  • Op.25 - Pieśni Gabrieli for voice and piano after Narcyza Żmichowska (ca.1873)
  • Op.26 - Z teki Józefa Kościelskiego for voice and piano after Józef Kościelski (ca.1878)
  • Op.27 - Im Tatra-Gebirge. Charakterist. Tongemälde f. Orch. (1883 in reduction)
  • Op.28 - String Quartet No.1, Op.28 (1883)
  • Op.29 - 2 Pieces for violin and piano:
  1. Romance (pub.1912, Cracow: Piwarski & Co.; probably earlier.)
  2. Fantastic Dance
  • Op.30 - Violin Sonata, Op.30 in F (pub. 1879 by Warsaw: Hosick, soon after by Hofmeister)
  • Op.31 - 2 Mazurkas, Op.31 (1880)
  • Op.32 - Berceuse, Op.32 for violin (or cello) and piano in F (1880)
  • Op.33 - Jagdlied (Chór strzelcóro): „Hallo! durch weite Feldgebreite“ f. Männerchor m. 4 Hörnern (od. Pfte). (1882)
  • Op.34 - Zwei Männerchöre m. deutschem u. polnischem Texte. No. 1. Schifferlied: „Geschwinde zu Schiffe“. (1882)
  • Op.35 - Grand Scherzo de Concert (Es) p. Piano (1883)
  • Op.36 - Trauerklänge - elegiac andante for orchestra (pub.1884)
  • Op.37 - 2 Polonaises for orchestra, 1881-2
  • Op.38 - 25 Preludes for Organ (zwei, drei- u. vierstimm. (od. Harm.)) (1881) Warschau, Kruziński & Lewi.
Heft 1 (No. 1–16). Zwei- u. dreistimm. Praeludien.
2 (No. 17–25). Vierstimm. Praeludien.
  • Op.39 -
  • Op.40 - Romanze cello & orch. 1885
  • Op.41 - Overture "Forest Echoes"
  • Op.42 - String Quartet No.2, Op.42
  • Op.43 - Prelude-caprice for piano (1888–93. Pub. Doblinger, 1893.)
  • Op.44 - Marsz uroczysty for piano (Marsz uroczysty ku czci niesmiertelnego wieszcza Adama Mickiewicza)
  • Op.45 - Gavotte for piano
  • Op.46 - Grand polonaise for piano
  • Op.47 - Orchestral suite - pub.1894 (may date to 1878?)
  • Op.48 - Reverie for piano
  • Op.49 -
  • Op.50 -
  • Op.51 - Oda do młodości (Ode to Youth) (after Mickiewicz?) for orchestra (pub. 1901)
  • Op.52 - Moments from a Carnival, valse brillante for piano (pub. Krakau: Krzyżanowski, 1903)
  • Op.53 -
  • Op.54 -
  • Op.55 -
  • Op.56 -
  • Op.57 -
  • Op.58 -
  • Op.59 -
  • Op.60 - Piano Concerto in E (premiered? 1904 May by Ignaz Friedman) (published by 1910 - Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1911), p.10.)
  • Op.61 - Piano Quartet in C minor (published by 1910 - Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1911), p.10.)
  • Op.62 - Theme varié for piano
  • Op.63 - 2 Pieces for piano:
  1. Toccata
  2. Idylle
  • Op.64 - ?
  • Op.65 - ?
  • Op.66 - ?
  • Op.67 - Violin Sonata No.2 (1917)

Works Without Opus Number

  • Cantata in honor of JI Kraszewski for male voices and orchestra (1879)
  • Cantata in honor of the victory of John Sobieski at Vienna (1883)
  • Konrad Wallenrod, opera in 4 acts (libretto by Zygmunt Sarnecki and Władyslaw Noskowski after the poem of the same name by Mickiewicz. 1880–84, premiered 1885 in Lwów.)
  • Goplana , romantic opera in 3 acts (Ludomił German, after a drama by Juliusz Słowacki) (1886-1891? 1895?. Premiered 1896 in Krakow.)
  • Janek , an opera in two scenes (Ludomił German) (1891-1900, premiered 1900 in Lwów) (vocal score published 1903 by Krzyżanowski)
  • The old fairy tale (Stara baśń), an opera in four acts (1905-1906, premiered 1907 in Lwów)
  • Cantata in honor of the 500th anniversary of the founding of the Jagiellonian University; for male choir and orchestra (1900)
  • 2 Symphonies (1871–72, 1912?)
  • Boga Rodzico for mixed choir (unpublished, signed F.B.K. 5/11-1910.. At University of Pittsburgh library.)
  • Pieśni Kazimierza Tetmajera (4 Songs) :
  1. A kiedy będziesz moją żoną
  2. Cień Chopina
  3. Na Anioł Pański
  4. Blada róża
  • Czy pamiętasz (song) (pub. 1901, Cracow: Krzyżanowski)
  • Z nieboskiéj komedyi (pub. 1901, Cracow: Krzyżanowski)
  • String Sextet?
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