List of works by Adam Tadeusz Wieniawski

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Works with Opus Number

  • Op.1 – Menuet (A) for piano. Leipzig: Hofmeister, 1898
  • Op.2 – Pensée fugitive. Duo for violin & piano. Leipzig: Hofmeister, 1898

Works by genre

Operas
  • Megaë, lyrical legend after an old Japanian tale (2 acts, M. Synnestredt and A. Wieniawski), Warsaw, 28 Dec 1912 (vocal score published Paris, 1910; full score reorchestrated in 1947, in PL-Wtm)
  • Zofka, comic opera (3 acts), 1923
  • Wyzwolony (The Freed Man), opera (1 act, after A. Villier de l’Isle: L’évasion), Warsaw, 5 July 1928
  • Król kochanek (The King as Paramour), musical comedy (5 scenes, W. Fabry), Warsaw, 19 March 1931
Ballets
  • Lalita (8 scenes, C. Jelenty), 1922
    • Przedśmiertny taniec Lality (The dying dance of Lalita): fragment from the ballet, arr. for piano (Miesięcznik "Muzyka", 1925)
  • Aktea w Jerozolimie (Actea in Jerusalem; 4 scenes), fragment, Warsaw, 4 June 1927
Symphonic
  • Bajeczki (Tittle-Tattle), sinfonietta, PL-Wtm
  • 8 symphonic poems
  • other orchestral works
Concertante
  • Piano concerto?
Film music
  • Straszny dwór (1936), dir. Leonard Buczkowski.
Chamber
  • 2 string quartets
  • Pensée fugitive for violin & piano, Op.2
  • Orientale for violin & piano (Warsaw, 1930)
Piano solo
  • Propos sérieux et plaisants (Gebethner & Wolff, 1926)
  • Bajeczki (Petits contes), published 1937
    • Pierwsza seria (première série): 1. Opowiadanie babuni (Conte de grandmaman); 2. Opowiadanie pastucha (Conte du berger); 3. Wilkołak (Le loup-garou)
  • 12 łatwych utworow (12 Easy Pieces; Warsaw, 1945)
  • Mały tryptyk (Short Triptych; Warsaw, 1946)
Songs
  • Meinem Dämon: 6 Lieder für sopran mit klavier oder orchesterbegleitung (A mon démon: cycle de 6 mélodies pour soprane avec accompagnement de piano ou orchestre). - Paris: Schott, Max Eschig, 1909 (L'Aveu; Nocturne; L'Adieu; Infidèle; Dis-moi, Pourrrais-je te quitter; Lá est pourtant la fin de toute peine)
  • for voice & orchestra
  • for voice & piano
    • 2 Poèmes des mille nuits et une nuit du Dr Mardrus (1. Ô Joueuse de flûte; 2. Ô Joueuse de tambourin!) - Enoch, 1906
    • Le Sommeil de Leïlah (text by Leconte de Lisle) - Enoch, 1906
    • Charmeuse de serpents (text by Jean Lahor) - Max Eschig, 1909
    • Tubéreuse (text by Jean Lahor) - Max Eschig, 1909
    • Chanson d'Antar (text by Jean Lahor) - Max Eschig, 1910
    • Polskie pieśni ludowe (Chansons populaires polonaises) - 1926
    • Pieśni w stylu ludowym polskim (Chants populaires polonais): 1 Series (Polish & French text; Wydawnictwo Warszawskiego Towarzystwa Muzycznego, 1937)