List of works by Donald Francis Tovey

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Works with Opus Number

  1. The Knight's Return (Charles Kingsley).
  2. The Lark now leaves his wat'ry Nest (William Davenant).
  3. There be none of beauty's Daughters (George Gordon Byron).
  4. A Vision (Henry Vaughan).
  5. Crabbed Age and Youth (William Shakespeare).
  6. My true Love hath my Heart (Philip Sydney).
  1. Jock of Hazeldean (Walter Scott).
  2. I fear thy Kisses (Percy Bysshe Shelley).
  3. When the Lamp is shatter'd (Shelley).
  4. The Daffodils (William Wordsworth).
  5. The Indian Serenade (Shelley).
  6. Weep you no more, sad Fountains (Anonymous).
  • Op.4 - Cello Sonata in F major (1900). (Schott, 1910).
  • Op.5 - 25 Rounds, with appendix of piano accompaniments (Joseph Williams, 1905).
  • Op.6 - Piano Quintet in C major (1900). (Schott, 1912).
  • Op.7 - ?
  • Op.8 - Trio for Clarinet, Horn and Piano ("Style tragique") in C minor (1908) (Schott).
  • Op.9 - ?
  • Op.10 - ?
  • Op.11 - Aria and Variations, for string quartet in B-flat major (1900). (Schott, 1913).
  • Op.12 - Piano Quartet in E minor (1900). (Schott, 1912).
  • Op.13 - ?
  • Op.14 - Trio for Violin, English Horn and Piano in D minor (1903). (Schott, 1913).
  • Op.15 - Piano Concerto in A major (1903). (Schott, 1906).
  • Op.16 - Clarinet Sonata in B-flat major (1906). (Schott, 1910).
  • Op.17 - Balliol Dances (Oxford Dances), for piano (Schott. Premiered by 1906 (in part? 1910 in full?), published 1907 (piano duet)).
  • Op.18 - ?
  • Op.19 - ?
  • Op.20 - ?
  • Op.21 - ?
  • Op.22 - ?
  • Op.23 - String Quartet No.1 in G major (1909). (Schott, 1914).
  • Op.24 - String Quartet No.2 in D major (1909). (Schott, 1914).
  • Op.25 - Elegiac Variations, for cello and piano (1909). (Schott, 1910).
  • Op.26 - ?
  • Op.27 - Piano Trio in D major (1910). (Schott, 1910).
  • Op.28 - Variations on a Theme by Gluck, for flute and string quartet (1913). (Schott, 1913).
  • Op.29 - Sonata eroica, for solo violin in C major (Schott, 1913).
  • Op.30 - Sonata for Solo Cello in D major (Schott, 1913).
  • Op.31 - ?
  • Op.32 - Symphony in D major (1913).
  • Op.33 - ?
  • Op.34 - ?
  • Op.35 - ?
  • Op.36 - ?
  • Op.37 - ?
  • Op.38 - ?
  • Op.39 - ?
  • Op.40 - Cello Concerto (1935). Full score and piano score published (Oxford University Press, 1937).

Works without Opus Number

  • A Lyke Wake Dirge, for six-part chorus (Oxford University Press, 1931).
  • Agnus Dei, for unaccompanied six-part men's chorus (Joseph Williams).
  • Allegro and Andante, for piano (1900).
  • Anthems, for six-part unaccompanied chorus of men's voices (Joseph Williams).
  • Bagatelles, for piano (1900).
  • Cadenza to Beethoven's Piano Concerto No.4, Op.58 (Oxford University Press, 1937).
  • Cadenza to Beethoven's Violin Concerto in D major, Op.61 (published 1937).
  • Cadenza to Brahms' Violin Concerto, Op.77 (published 1937).
  • Divertimento, for oboe and piano in B-flat major (1899) (published 1910).
  • In festo sanctorum Innocentium, motet (published 1902).
  • National March for the Sultan of Zanzibar. (published in an arrangement in 1927.)
  • On May morning, for four-part chorus (Year Book Press, 1921).
  • Passacaglia, for piano in B minor (1908).
  • Sonata for 2 Cellos (1912?).
  • The Bride of Dionysus, opera (Robert Calverley Trevelyan) (1907-18). Piano score published (Schott, 1928). Performed Edinburgh, 1932.
  • The Lord is my Shepherd, for three-part chorus (Vincent, 1902).
  • Lord of Sabaoth : hymn for use in time of war, unaccompanied sacred chorus (Novello, s.d.?)
  • The Mad Maid’s Song, for three-part chorus (Year Book Press, 1920).
  • Variations on an Original Theme, for piano (1900).
  • Violin Sonata (1907). (Presumably different from Op.29.)

Arrangements

  • Haydn: Piano Trio in A major (Hob.XV:18?), redistributed for the benefit of the violin and cello (Oxford University Press, 1939).
  • Haydn: Piano Trio in F-sharp minor, Hob.XV:26, redistributed for the benefit of the violin and cello (Oxford University Press, 1951).

Edited Works

  • Bach: Das wohltemperierte Klavier. In collaboration with Harold Samuel. (Assoc. Board, 1924).
  • Bach: Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV 1080. (Oxford University Press, 1931).
  • Beethoven: Cello Sonatas Nos.1-5. In collaboration with Percy Such. (Augener, 1918).
  • Beethoven: Piano Sonatas Nos.1-32. In collaboration with Harold Craxton. (Assoc. Board, 1931).
  • Laudate Pueri, Sacred Music of the 17th Cent., for high voices. 1st part of The Northlands Singing Book.
  • The Kirkhope Choir Magazine, an anthology of pure poly­phony. Paterson, Edinburgh, Facsimile publications (1910).