List of works by Jāzeps Vītols

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Also Known as Joseph Wihtol

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Works with Opus Number

  • Op.1 - Piano Sonata in B minor (1886)
  • Op.2 - Mélodie et Mazurka for violin and piano (published 1889)
  • Op.3 - Humoresque for Piano
  • Op.4 - La fête Lihgo (Tableau Symphonique sur des themes Populaires Lettes for Orchestra)
  • Op.5 - 3 Lieder for High Voice (published 1892)
  1. Das Blatt im Buche: „Ich hab’ eine alte Muhme“.
  2. Schlimme Ahnung: „Flüchtig ist dein Kuss, Geliebte“.
  3. Zu spät: „Sie haben dich fortgetragen“.
  1. Chant du Mendiant: „Faites l’aumône, bonnesgens“.
  2. Berceuse: „O souris grise, apporte le sommeil“.
  3. Chant du Ruisseau: „J’ai quitté les monts“.
  4. „Je ne puis rire“.
  5. Chant de Pêcheurs: „Mère Dvina, mère chère“.
  6. Je t’aime: „Je me rappelle ton premier sourire“. (Text by Purkalit?)
  • Op.8 - Berceuse for Piano
  • Op.9 - Mazurka et Valse for Piano (1892)
  • Op.10 - 3 Preludes for Piano (1893)
  • Op.11 - 3 Mélodies p. Chant et Piano. Texte allemand, français et russe.
  1. Heimkehr: „Es wintert draussen mit aller Macht“.
  2. „Die Fenster waren gefroren“.
  3. „Du schläfst da so ruhig und süss“.
No.1: Mans kaps (Mein Grab) (1903)
No.6: Mirdzas Lied: „Mondenstrahlen weben“.
No.7: „Im Sinn liegt mir die stille Nacht“.
  • Op.32 - 8 Latvian Folk Tunes for Piano
  • Op.33 -
  • Op.34 - Songs (Gesänge/Dziesmas)
  • Op.35 - Das Lied, Cantata for Soprano, Choir, & Orchestra (1908)
  • Op.36 -
  • Op.37 - Spriditis, Symphonic Poem (1907)
  • Op.38 - 3 Silhouetten for Piano
  • Op.39 - Rhapsody on Lithuanian Folksongs (for violin and orchestra) (ca.1909??)
  • Op.40 - 8 Songs (1909)
  • Op.41 - 2 Morceaux (Au Clair de la Lune, 2 Morceaux for Piano, 1910)
  • Op.42 - Fantasy on Latvian Folk Tunes for Violin & Orchestra (1908-10)
  • Op.43 - 3 Reminiscences for Piano (1914)
  • Op.44 - 3 Songs (1910)
  • Op.45 - Nordlichter, Cantata (1914)
  • Op.46 -
  • Op.47 -
  • Op.48 - 5 preludes de Naurena Elzas (1914)
  • Op.49 - 5 Latvian Folk Songs for Voice and Orchestra (1916)
  • Op.50 - 5 chansons d'ete (Vasaras dziesmas) (1918)
  • Op.51 - 3 Songs (1919)
  • Op.52 - 3 Gesänge (Dziesmas) for 2 voices and piano (Latvian and German) (1919)
  1. „Dünastrom, Schwarzauge“ (tenor and baritone)
  2. Wiegenlied fürs Herz („Törichtes Herz“, mezzosoprano and tenor)
  3. Frühlingstage („Kein Klagelaut jemals erkling“, tenor and baritone)
  • Op.53 - 3 Lieder for high voice (Latvian, German. 1919, Pub.1921.)
  1. Die Welle („Hell strahlt die Sonne“)
  2. Nebeltage („Nun die Welt trübe“)
  3. Lächeln. („Lächle einmal noch“)
  • Op.54 - Variācijas - portrejas for piano (pub.1921)
  • Op.55 - Berceuse in A for violin and piano (pub.1921)
  • Op.56 - Trīs dziesmas (3 Lieder) (pub.1921)
  1. Rozes visskaistākās
  2. Laimītei
  3. Laimas sveiciens
  • Op.57 - Carmina, cycle de trois chansons populaires (1921)
  • Op.58 - 12 chansons enfantines (1921)
  • Op.59 - 3 Songs (1923)
  • Op.60 - Le Chagrin du Pueple (Tautas bedas), 3 songs (1923)
  • Op.61 - 3 songs for bass and piano (1923)
  • Op.62 - 3 songs (1925)
  • Op.63 - Piano Sonatina in B minor
  • Op.64 -
  • Op.65 -
  • Op.66 - Dargakmeni, Symphonic Poem (1924)
  • Op.67 -
  • Op.68 - 8 miniatures (Astonas miniaturas) (1928)

Works without Opus Number

  • Rudens Dzisma(Autumn Song), for Orchestra
  • Symphony in E minor (1886–87)
  • Symphony No.2 (1901, apparently unfinished)
  • Overture for Orchestra "Tom Thumb" (1908)
  • Song of a Fisherwoman, for voice and orchestra (1911)
  • Song of the Sun’s Radiance, cantata for baritone, chorus and orchestra (1911)
  • There is Still a Silent Night in My Mind for voice and orchestra (1911)
  • Goblet on the Isle of the Dead for voice and orchestra (1911)
  • Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra (1918)
  • From the Tree of Acknowledgement for chorus and orchestra (1924)
  • A Song of Autumn for orchestra (1928)
  • Latvian Country Serenade for orchestra (1934)
  • Easter Cantata “The Sermon on the Mount” for baritone, women’s chorus, organ and orchestra (1943)
  • Legend, for string quartet (1942)
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