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Gabler, Christoph August (1767–1839)

  • 3 Piano Sonatas, Op.19 (pub. ca.1801, Breitkopf und Härtel)

Gade, Axel (1860–1921)

  • Quintet for strings in E, Op.14 (ca.1895-1900. ms copy score and parts @DKB)
  • "Venezias Nat : Opera i 3 Akter" (pub.1918 by Pio, Kopenhavn)
  • Violin Concertos (in ms, at DKB, but if digitized maybe?...)

Gade, Jacob (1879–1963)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

Gade, Niels (1817–1890)

  • Symphony No.1, Op.5 - parts
  • Symphony No.2, Op.10 (1843) - Full score & parts
  • Symphony No.3, Op.15 (1847) - Full score & parts
  • Symphony No.6, Op.32 (1856/57) - parts
  • Symphony No.7, Op.45 - Full score & parts
  • Barn Jesus i en Krybbe laa, Op.36 (1859)
  • Die Heilige Nacht, Cantata for Alto, Choir and Orchestra, Op.40 (1861)
  • Pastorale (1887)
  • Andante (1874)
  • Choral Ein' feste Burg (ca.1837)
  • 3 Choralforspil (1852)
  • Fantasie, Festliches Präludium über den Choral Lobet den Herrn (1873)
  • Tonestykke in d minor (1851)
  • 2 Trios and Andante (1837)
  • Ved en Soofficers Sorgehojtid (1887)
  • 1856 — Udrust dig Helt fra Golgata. Text by Johs. Ewald

Gaehrich, Wenzel (1794–1864)

  • Symphonies 1 in E, 2 in D (Op.3) (Breitkopf, pub.1831) (no.1 at Danish KB)
  • Viola concertino, Op.2 in B (pub.1831)
  • Piano Quartet in C minor, Op.4 (pub.1833)

Note: something by or relating to Gaehrich- at least the libretto/scenario of a ballet of his? -seems to have been digitized by the Goethe University Frankfurt site.

Gagnebin, Henri (1886–1977)

  • String Quartet (no.1) in F minor (pub.1920, Zürich: Hug)
  • Psalm 23 (pub.1912)
  • Symphony in F minor (pub.ca.1921)

Galuppi, Baldassare (1706–1785)

Oratorios:

  • La fornace di Babilonia
  • Debbora profetessa
  • Moyses de Sinai reversus

Instrumental music:

  • 6 sonate per clavicembalo, op. 1 (1756, London)
  • Overtura per clavicembalo (London)
  • 3 sonate per tastiera
  • 11 movimenti per clavicembalo
  • circa 130 sonate, toccate, divertimenti e lezioni per clavicembalo
  • Sinfonia a 4
  • Sinfonie e overture varie
  • Concerti vari

Sacred vocal music:

  • Confitebor tibi, Domine, for soprano, alto, bass, two violins and continuo, manuscript or first edition
  • Arripe Alpestri Ad Vallem, for alto, strings and continuo, manuscript or first edition

Gardiner, Henry Balfour (1877–1950)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Prelude (De Profundis) for piano (pub. Forsyth Brothers, c1905)
  • Shepherd Fennel's dance for orchestra (pub. London, Boosey &​ Hawkes, c1912)
  • Shepherd Fennel's dance for piano (pub. London, Forsyth Bros., c1911)
  • Evening Hymn (pub. London, Novello, c1902)

Gariboldi, Giuseppe (1833–1905)

  • 20 Studies, Op. 132
  • 6 Easy Duets, Op. 145
  • 30 Easy And Progressive Studies for flute

Garth, John (1721–1810)

  • 6 Cello Concertos, Op.1, (1760)

Gastinel, Léon Gustave Cyprien (1813–1906)

  • 5 violin sonatas, Opp.56–60 (pub.1878–1879?)

Gaubert, Philippe (1879–1941)

  • Complete Method for flute - co-composed with Paul Taffanel
  • Fantasie for clarinet and piano (N.B. this is not a transcription of the flute piece we already have)

Gaul, Alfred Robert (1837–1913)

  • Presto alla Tarantella for piano (pub.ca.1879, Novello)

Gebel, Georg (I) (1685–1750)

  • Oratorio
  • Organ and Clavichord pieces
  • Cantatas

Gebel, Georg (II) (1709–1753)

  • 144 cantatas
  • 4 Kyrie
  • Passionsmusik in 6 parts for soloist, chorus and orchestra (HKR 976)
  • Weihnachtsoratorium (HKR 843)
  • Neujahrsoratorium (HKR 827)
  • two Passions
  • two Christmas Cantatas
  • Keyboard music
  • Organ music
  • Partitas, Concertos, and Symphonies for Orchestra

Gedike, Aleksandr (1877–1957)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Symphony No.1 in F minor, Op.15 (pub.1905, Jurgenson)
  • Dramatic Overture, Op.7 (pub.1903)
  • String Quartet, Op.33 (pub.1926. PD-CA)
  • Symphony No.3, Op.30 (1925, pub. in reduction in 1927)
  • Concerto for Organ and Strings, Op.35 (pub.1927)
  • 10 Miniatures, Op.8 (©1910)
  • 2 Pieces, Op.2 (pub.ca.1899)

Geiser, Walther (1897–1993)

Under copyright worldwide.
No posting without written permission from the copyright owner.

  • String Quartet, Op.6 (pub.1927 (from HMB) by Hug, but n.d. on all copies found out about, so - ... possible.!?)

Geist, Christian (1650–1711)

  • Any Sacred Vocal works
  • Any funeral music
  • Organ works

Gelli, Ettore (1835–1894)

  • Quartet in D major (1888) - Parts uploaded

Geoffroy, Jean-Nicolas (1633–1694)

  • Manuscript of Keyboard works

Gerber, Yuliy Gustavovich (1831–1883)

(VIAF has Ûlij Gustavovič Gerber)

  • String Quartet No.2, Op.19 (CF Kahnt, 1883)

Gerlach, Theodor (1861–1940)

  • Serenade, Op.3 (pub.1886)
  • Opera Matteo Falcone (pub. 1898)
  • Miniatur-Suite for string quartet Op.23 (pub.1901)

Gernsheim, Friedrich (1839–1916)

  • Piano Concerto, Op.16
  • Divertimento for flute and string quintet or flute and string orchestra Op.53 (pub.1888)
  • Violin Sonatas 1-3

Gershwin, George (1898–1937)

While PD in Canada and the EU, the majority of works are copyright in the USA.

  • Rhapsody in Blue (original version, full orchestral score)
  • Piano Concerto in F (full orchestral score)
  • Second Rhapsody
  • Cuban Overture
  • Catfish Row Suite from Porgy and Bess (full orchestral score)
  • An American in Paris (full orchestral score)
  • Blue Monday (vocal score or selections)
  • 2 Waltzes in C; originally intended for the musical Pardon my English.

Compositions by Gershwin are in the public domain in Canada, but most are under copyright in the USA

My copy says "Copyright 1927 (Renewed)". I don't know that would imply, but I think it means that a US copy won't be in Public Domain untill 2027. Am I right? -Grandpianist

No. Duration in the US for renewed copyrights is +95years, so in 2022. However, if the editor is unknown, the copyright in Canada extends +50years: 1977.--Peter 18:32, 5 November 2006 (EST)

As far as Rhapsody in Blue goes, I don't believe the "full orchestral" version was even made until 1948 or so -- but I've been looking for the REAL original (found on a few recordings, like the two with Tilson-Thomas), but unable to even find it on Worldcat. ♫ Melodia Chaconne ♫ 15:44, 6 February 2007 (EST)

Gesius, Bartholomäus (1562–1613)

  • Geistliche Deutsche Lieder. D. Mart. Lutheri: Und anderer frommen Christen: Welche durchs gantze Jahr in der Christlichen Kirchen zusingen gebreuchlich/ mit vier und fünff Stimmen … * Frankfurt an der Oder: Hartman, 1601
  • Enchiridium etlicher deutscher und lateinischer Gesänge. Frankfurt an der Oder: Hartman, 1603
  • Hymni Patrum Cum Canticis Sacris, Latinis Et Germanicis, De Praecipuis Festis Anniversariis: Quibus Additi Suntet Hymni Scholastici Ad Duodecim Modos Musicos in utroq[ue] cantu, Regulari scilicet ac Transposito, singulis horis per totam septimanam decantandi, cum cantionibus Gregorianis … Frankfurt an der Oder: Hartman, 1609
  • Passion settings

Gevaert, François-Auguste (1828–1908)

  • Cours méthodique d'orchestration ( 2 v.; Paris, Bruxelles, H. Lemoine & cie. 1890)

Gibbons, Orlando (1583–1625)

  • Vocal works: Kalmus has published the Short Service, I think from P.C. Buck's 1925 edition in Tudor Church Music iv. If the whole series is pd it would be great to have it online! Richard Mix 01:00, 14 January 2011 (UTC)

Gigout, Eugène (1844–1925)

  • Organ Works
  • L'Orgue d'Eglise: 52 Pieces
  • 3 Pieces (1896)
  • Piece Jubilaire (en forme de Prelude et Fugue)
  • Poemes Mystiques

Gilse, Jan van (1881–1944)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Symphonies Nos. 1-5 (sym.4 p.1916)
  • Eine Lebensmesse (c.1909)

Gilson, Paul (1865–1942)

  • Par les plaines, fantaisie (pour harmonie ou fanfare) (pub.1902)
  • String Quartet (no.1, 2 or 3) (pub.Cranz, ca.1923 but n.d. it seems)

Giorgetti, Ferdinando (1796–1867)

  • Grand Trio for strings, Op.11 (before 1816) (may be RISM 900003453)
  • piano sextet no.2 in E major, Op.20 (pub.1841 by Ricordi acc. to HMB. plate 11625 acc. to library.)
  • String Sextet (2 violins, 2 violas, cello, cbass) No.3 in A, Op.25 (published by Guidi sometime 19th century, ded.Rossini, recorded on LP?- reissued on Melodram CD 1989)
  • Piano sextet no.1, Op.23 (pub.1843 by Ricordi. plate 13930.)
  • string quartet no.1 in E minor, Op.29 (pub.1851)
  • string quartet no.2 in D minor, Op.30 (pub.1852)
  • string quartet no.3 in B minor, Op.31 (pub.1856)
  • string quartet no.4 in E major (ded. to Bazzini), op.32 (pub. Morandi, Firenze?)
  • string quartet no.5, op.36 (pub. Morandi, Firenze?)
  • String Quartet No.7, Op.39 (if published. Carnegie Mellon has this in a 1862 manuscript...)

Gläser, Paul Richard (1871–1937)

  • "Tröstung" for violin and organ (pub.1919)
  • Oratorium Jesus (premiered 1917 in Dresden, published 1918)
  • Die Meisterkur : Volkstümliche Oper in drei Aufzügen (pub.1907)
  • Requiem (words by Hebbel), Op.16 (pub.1896)

Glass, Louis (1864–1936)

  • Symphony No. 3, Op. 10
  • Symphony No. 4, Op. 43 (pub. 1914)

Glazunov, Aleksandr (1865–1936)

  • "Arab Melody" for cello and piano
  • Mazurka-oberek

Piano Concerto no. 2, opus 100 full score

Gleason, Frederic Grant (1848–1903)

  • Piano Trios Opp.9 (C minor) & 13 (A major)

Glière, Reinhold (1875–1956)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Concerto for harp and orchestra in E flat major, Op. 74 (1938)
  • Concerto for horn and orchestra in B-flat major, Op. 91 (1951),
Solo Part & Piano Score
  • Cello Concerto Op 87

Glinka, Mikhail (1804–1857)

  • Jota Aragonese - full orch. score

Gluck, Christoph Willibald (1714–1787)

  • Orfeo ed Euridice Full Score (1762 Vienna performance, 1769 Parma performance)
  • Orphée et Eurydice Full Score (1774 Paris performance, 1859 Berlioz version)
  • Don Juan Full Score

Gnesin, Mikhail (1883–1957)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Balagan/Die Schaubude, Op.6 (pub.1921)
  • Vrubel', Op.8 (pub. 192x. Sibley Library has a non-circulating copy.)
  • Variations, Op.24 (pub.1923)

Gobbaerts, Louis (1835–1886)

  • 12 Easy And Melodious Studies, Op. 64

Goepfart, Karl Eduard (1859–1942)

  • Operas incl. Sarastro (1891)
  • Organ Sonata, Op.46

Goetz, Hermann (1840–1876)

  • Piano Concerto No. 1 in E flat major, Two Piano Reduction or full Orchestral score
  • Piano Concerto No. 2, Op. 18, Two Piano Reduction or full Orchestral score (2-piano reduction avail. on IMSLP since 2007)

Goldbeck, Robert (1839–1908)

  • Piano concertante works (w/orchestra) (a couple are mentioned -also I think a symphony?- and hopefully still exist in some form?)

Goller, Vinzenz (1873–1953)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Missa pro defunctis (Requiem), Op.13 (pub.1901)

Goltermann, Georg (1824–1898)

  • 2 Pieces for Cello Quartet, Op.119
  • Symphony op.20 in A (Breitkopf & Härtel, 1852) if this still exists in full orchestra or 4-hand form...
  • Cello concerto N° 7 Op 103 in C major
  • Cello concerto N° 8 Op 130 in A major

(one library that has both nos.7&8 including poss. a ms of no.8 is Middelburg, Netherlands)

Gossec, François Joseph (1734–1829)

  • Requiem (Full Score)

Gottschalk, Louis Moreau (1829–1869)

  • Andante, transcribed for piano solo from Symphony n°1 "La Nuit des Tropiques" (A Night in the Tropics)
  • Fiesta criolla
(An exceptionally large number of requests for works by Gottschalk, Louis Moreau were removed to: elsewhere. Please read the wishlist guidelines on what constitutes unreasonable requests.)

These works under copyright worldwide:

  • A Night in the Tropics (full score pub. 1965)
  • Grande Tarantelle (full score pub. 1964)
  • Chanson de Gitano RO 35 (pub. 1976)
  • Mazurka RO 276 (pub. 1976)
  • Romance in E (pub. 1976)
  • Polka in A RO 275 (pub. 1976)
  • Ballade RO 271 (pub. 1976)
  • Polka in B RO 273 (pub. 1976)
  • Ynès RO 277 (pub. 1976)

Gounod, Charles (1818–1893)

  • Symphony Nr. 1
  • Among other gaps in the songs, I'm seeking O ma belle rebelle (Jean-Antoine de Baïf), the second of the 6 Mélodies (Gounod, Charles) Richard Mix 07:56, 18 December 2011 (UTC) — now uploaded here. Thanks!
  • The Masses are getting close to complete; I'm keeping track at cpdl where some interesting gaps are listed.

Gouvy, Louis Théodore (1819–1898)

  • Symphony no.4 in D minor, Op.25
  • Sinfonietta, Op.80 (pub.1886, premiered 1889?)
  • Piano Trio No.1 (in E major?), Op.8 (pub. by B&H 1852)
  • Piano Trio No.5, Op.33
  • Piano Duet Sonata No.2, Op.49 (pub.1869 by Richault)

Grabert, Martin (1868–1951)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Piano Quintet, Op.22 (pub.1905)
  • Oboe Sonata in G minor, Op.52 (recorded, on CD) (pub.1921)

Grädener, Carl Georg Peter (1812–1883)

  • Symphony, Op.25 (p.1872)
  • Piano Concerto in A minor, Op.20 (p.1868/69) (parts @ DKB)

Grädener, Hermann (1844–1929)

  • String Quintet, Op.23 (p.1883)
  • Violin Concerto No.1 in D, Op.22 (ca.1883?)
  • Cello Concerto in E minor, Op.45 (p.1908)
  • Sinfonietta, Op.14 (p.1881)
  • Piano Trio No.1, Op.1 (p.1867)
  • Piano Quintet No.1, Op.6 (p.1872)
  • Capriccio, Op.4 (first orchestral work) (p.1872)

Graener, Paul (1872–1944)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Opera Don Juans letztes Abenteuer Op.42 (pub.1913/14 acc. Lib. Congress, 1914 acc Syracuse. Librettist died 1954.)
  • Symphonietta Op.27 (pub.ca.1910)
  • Trio Op.61 "Atonal" for piano, vn. and cello (pub.1923, but at least PD-CA)

Graf, Christian Ernst (1723–1804)

  • 5 cello concertos

Grainger, Percy (1882–1961)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.


  • Country Gardens (in a version written before 1923)
  • In Dahomey
  • Blithe Bells
  • Bridal Lullaby
  • Mock Morris, No. 1 and No. 2
  • Shepherd's Hey
  • The Warriors (Music to an Imaginary Ballet)
  • Lincolnshire Posy
  • Scotch Strathspey and Reel
  • In a Nutshell Suite, Mvts. 1, 2, 3 and 4
  • The Sussex Mummers' Christmas Carol
  • The Lads of Wamphray March
  • Marching Song of Democracy
  • Green Bushes, Passacaglia on an English Folksong
  • Children's March 'Over the Hills and Far Away'
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Granados, Enrique (1867–1916)

  • Intermedio (Goyescas)
  • Danza Lenta
  • Cuentos de la juventud
  • Bocetos
  • Escenas Poéticas II
  • Valses Poéticos
  • Oriental. Canción variada, intermedio y final.
  • Dante (esp full score)
  • Piano Trio
  • Violin Sonata
  • Piano Quintet in G minor, Op. 49

Grandjany, Lucien (1862–1891)

(Not to be confused with Marcel Lucien Grandjany (1891–1975), who I suspect was related.)

  • 2 Waltzes for piano
  • Menuet de Mademoiselle, Op.42
  • Impromptu for piano in C
  • Prière for violin and piano, Op.39 (pub. 1895)

Grandval, Marie (1828–1907)

  • Piano Trio No.2 (pub.1854)

Graun, Johann Gottlieb (1703–1771)

  • Ouvertüren
  • Sinfonien
  • Concerti grossi
  • Violin concerti
  • Oboe concerti
  • Double concerti
  • Viola da gamba concerti
  • Keyboard concerti
  • Cantatas
  • Viola da braccio concerto in E (GraunWV Av:XIII:28)

Graun, Karl Heinrich (1704–1759)

  • Passion Oratorio "Kommt her und schauet"
  • Passion Cantata "Ein Lämmlein geht und trägt die Schuld"
  • Passion pastiche "Wer ist der, so von Edom kömmt"

Graupner, Christoph(1683–1760)

  • Flute sonata in G major GWV 707 manuscript
  • Partita in a major GWV 149 printed edition
  • Partita in f minor vom winter GWV 121
  • Overture and Chaccone GWV 472 (in A GWV 477? - Schissel)

Grechaninov, Aleksandr (1864–1956)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Symphony No.2 (1902-9)
  • Cello Concerto (1895)
  • Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom No.2, Op.29 (1902)
  • Cello Sonata, Op.113 in E minor ((c) about 1930)
  • String Quartet No.1 Op.2 in G (pub. 1894 by Belaieff.) - Imported from Sibley Aldona 02:32, 31 August 2012 (EDT)
  • Sister Beatrice, opera, Op.50 (vocal score pub.1910 by Zimmermann. At Sibley, again restr.stacks.) (Vocal score uploaded)
  • String Quartet No.3, Op.75 in C minor (pub. B&H 1923, not PD-US for some years yet. At Sibley)
  • Passion Week, Op.58 (1911)

Greef, Arthur de (1862–1940)

  • Piano Concerto 1 in C (1914), Full Score
  • Piano Concerto 2 in B major (1930), Full Score
  • Ballade in the form of variations on a Flemish tune for string orchestra (p.1890)


Greene, Maurice (1696–1755)

  • Hearken unto me ye holy children, anthem, 1728, manuscript or first edition would be welcome

Grieg, Edvard (1843–1907)

Many of Grieg's compositions are available in PDF on the webpage of Bergen Public Library

Griffes, Charles Tomlinson (1884 - 1920)

  • String quartet movement (Allegretto scherzando) in B-flat major (1903) - Manuscript score is in New York Public Library.
  • String quartet movement (Vivace: Allegro assai quasi presto) in A minor (1917) - Manuscript score is in New York Public Library.

Grill, Leo (1846–1919)

  • Overture in A minor, Op.8 (pub.1873) (score and parts at DKB- request?)
  • String Quartet No.2, Op.11 (pub.1887) (score and/or parts @ LoC e.g.)
  • Serenade, Op.3

Gross, Johann Benjamin (1809–1848)

  • String Quartet in D major, Op.9 (late 1832 (poss.1833) from Breitkopf und Härtel) (plate 5420) (uploaded)
  • String Quartets 3 & 4
  • (Would suggest the remaining cello concertos, but SBB has most digitized, and the others are, I think, in their manuscript section and published too recently to be out-of-copyright, so they did not digitize them completely)

Grosz, Wilhelm (1894-1939)

  • Liebeslieder, op. 10 (pub. 1922)
  • Rondels, op. 11 (pub. 1922)
  • Symphonische Variationen über ein eigenes Thema für Klavier zu zwei Händen, op. 9 (pub. 1921)
  • String Quartet in D (ca.1917)

Grünberger, Ludwig (1839–1896)

  • (str.) Quartet No.1, Op.31 (pub.1881)
  • Quartet No.2, Op.37 (pub.1884)

Grund, Edouard (1801–1871)

Also Eduard.

  • String Quartet, Op.1 (p.1831)
  • Violin Concerto, Op.3
  • Violin Concertino, Op.4

Grunholzer, Konrad (1838–1909)

  • Danket dem Herrn, denn er ist freundlich for mixed Choir

Guerrero, Francisco (1528–1599)

  • 5 Passions

These suggestions can be on 1500's printings or modern editions on Public Domain:

  • All hymns, specially Vexilla Regis, Conditor Alme siderum and Pange Lingua
  • Ascendens Christum
  • Cantate Domino - Iubilate Deo omnis terra
  • Dum complerentur dies Penthecostes
  • O altitudo divitiarum
  • O crux benedicta
  • O Domine Iesu Christe (both)
  • Veni Domine et noli tardare

Guilmant, Alexandre (1837–1911)

  • 18 Pièces nouvelles, op.90 [livraison 1 uploaded 08/01/11; livraisons 2 to 7 uploaded 05/02/11 - KJ]
  • Pièces dans different styles (Complete)(Original editions) [livraisons 13 to 17 of nouvelle édition uploaded 09-14/01/11 - KJ]
  • The Practical Organist (Complete)
  • Sonatas Nos.1 - 8 for organ (Original editions) currently only reprinted editions are available. -> Sonatas 2,6,7,8 available
  • Organ Sonata 7 -> now available

Gulbins, Max (1862–1932)

  • Organ Sonatas (nos.1-4 published by 1906)

Gurlitt, Cornelius (1820–1901)

  • The Easiest Studies In Velocity, Op. 83
  • School Of Velocity For Beginners, Op. 141
  • Sinfonietta, Op.60 (pub. 1877)
  • Bagatelles, Op. 131
  • Aquarellen, Op. 154
  • Siesta, Op. 226

Gyrowetz, Adalbert (1763–1850)

  • Piano Concerto, Op.39 (pub.1802, Gombart of Augsb[o]urg)
  • Tre quartetti per due violini, viola, e violoncello : opera 29 (pub. by Artaria ca.1801)
  • String Quintet, Op.45 (pub. André, 1802)


Haan, Willem de (1849–1930)

  • Violin Sonata, Op.3 (pub.1873)

Haarklou, Johannes (1847–1925)

(Wikipedia (Nynorsk))

  • Piano Concerto op.47 in D minor (pub. Leipzig: Gebrüder Reinecke) (published score and parts at Free Library of Philadelphia) (pub.1922 iirc.)
  • Violin Concerto op.50 (ca.1932) (pub. Leipzig: Gebrüder Reinecke) (manuscript at FLP)
  • Organ symphony op.53 (published by 1922 by Leipzig: Gebrüder Reinecke)
  • Symphony No.3 in C major, Op.49 (pub. Gebrüder Reinecke in 1922, I think- will check. At FLP score and parts)
  • Requiem uden ord, orchestra, op. 46 (for the memory of Svendsen. pub. Reinecke, in 1922, I think. at FLP, score and parts.)

Haas, Joseph (1879–1960)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Horn sonata, Op.29 (composed, pub.1910)

Habert, Johannes Evangelista (1833–1896)

  • String Quartets Op.77 (E minor), 80 (E), 81 (D) (pub.posth. 1908, in Werke. Series IX.)

Hadley, Henry Kimball (1871–1937)

  • String Quartets (opp.24, 132) (op24 v.early - 1887- just in ms?)
  • Symphonies (no.2 uploaded)

Hafgren, Lill Erik (1881–1959)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Violin Sonata in A (©1916 Odeon-V.)

Hägg, Jacob Adolf (1850–1928)

(US spelling is Jacob, but going with his (native?) Swedish- still, category doesn't even exist, so...)

  • Cello Sonata, Op.1 (pub. 1874, B&H)
  • Nordic (1st) Symphony, Op.2 (reduction pub.1899)
  • Piano sonata in D minor (pub.1898)
  • Suite sentimentale, Op.22 (pub. by 1904)
  • Kleine ballade in A for piano (pub. by 1904)
  • 24 Preludes for Organ or Piano (" " ")

Halm, Anton (1789–1872)

  • String Quartet No.2, Op.39
  • Cello Sonata, Op.52
  • Piano Trio No.2 in D, Op.58

Halm, August (1869–1929)

  • Symphony in F major (pub.1911)
  • String Quartets in G minor, F major, A major, serenade in C (prob. non-PD-US - poss. first published around 1931-1933 - not sure about A major- poss.1939, poss. earlier?)
  • Symphony in D minor for strings (pub.1907) (FLP has a copy, with parts, (c) 1910, but comes out to the same- assuming it is the same work! though attributed to "August Helm". HMB does list it again in 1911 though so maybe a 2nd edition??)
  • Concerto in C major for orchestra with obligato piano (pub.1913)
  • Suite for piano trio (pub.1919)
  • 2 violin sonatas (pub.1922)
  • 3 solo violin sonatas (pub.1920)
  • Serenade for string trio (pub.1919)
  • Concerto in C minor for string orchestra (pub. 1915, Zumsteeg)
  • Prelude and Fugue in F minor for string orchestra (published by Bärenreiter, ?) (at FLP. date not estimated by FLP. clearly PD-CA and PD-EU, though.)

Halvorsen, Johan (1864–1935)

  • Symphony No. 1 in C minor (1923) (Full score) (now uploaded)
  • Entry March of the Boyars (1895) (Percussion parts)
  • Symphony no.2 in d minor
  • Symphony no.3 in C major

Handel, George Frideric (1685–1759)

  • Saeviat tellus ante rigores, HWV 240 (full score and parts)
  • Brockes-Passion, HWV 48 in version by JS Bach (VBN I/H/1) (full score/manuscript)
  • Suites de Pièces, HWV 434-442 (edition by Peter Northway for the Hallische Händel-Ausgabe)
  • Suite in D Minor, HWV 437 (Sarabande movement)
  • Oboe Concerto No. 3 in G minor, HWV 287
  • "Il trionfo del tempo e del disinganno"
  • "Tra la Fiamme", HWV 170 (full score and parts)
  • Chandos Anthems from No. 1 to No. 11 - HWV 246 to 257

Handl, Jacob (1550-1591)

  • DTÖ 12, 24, 30, 40, 47 & 51-2 (the six installments of Opus musicum) is eagerly awaited!

Hanff, Johann Nicolaus (1663–1711)

  • Cantatas (3) (Typeset of complete chorale preludes uploaded)

Hannikainen, Ilmari (1892–1955)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Piano Concerto, op.7 (1917) (two-piano arrangement)
  • Piano Quartet in F minor, Op.2

Hänsel, Peter (1770–1831)

  • String Quintet No.2 in C major, Op.13 (ca.1804?) (RISM 650006800)
  • String Quintet No.3, Op.15
  • 3 String Trios, Op.30 (Schott, ca.1810?)
  • Flute Quartet in G, Op.21 (RISM 550505110)

Harsányi, Tibor (1898–1954)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Sonata (1926) for piano
  • 5 Etudes Rhythmiques (1933) for piano
  • Symphony in C (1952?)

Hartmann, Emil (1836–1898)

  • Piano Quintet (1865), Op. 5
  • 3 String Quartets (opp. 14, 37, 38 - c.1873, p.1887, c.1886?)
  • Symphony No.3, Op.42 (@Sibley in piano reduction)
  • Symphony No.1, Op.29 (@Royal Dutch Library & St. Pancras)

Hartmann, Johan Peter Emilius (1805–1900)

  • Dante-Ouverture, Op.85 (Ouverture til Chr. K.F. Molbech's Drama "Dante") (pub.1889)

Harty, Hamilton (1879–1941)

  • String Quartet, Op.5 (1902?)
  • Piano Concerto in B minor (1922)

Hasse, Johann Adolph (1699–1783)

  • Le Virtù appié della Croce (Stefano Benedotto Pallavicino; Dresden 1737) Full Score
  • I pellegrini al Sepolcro (Stefano Benedetto Pallavicino; Dresden 1742) Full score
  • La Deposizione della Croce (Stefano Benedetto Pallavicino; Dresden 1744) Full score
  • S. Elena al Calvario (Pietro Metastasio; Dresden 1747, rev. Wien 1772) (complete works) Full scores of both versions

Hasse, Johannes (?–?)

Is this Johannes Hasse (1616–1675)?
Or possibly Johannes Hasse (fl.1614–1617)? (This is why dates are important)

Eldest son of Petrus Hasse (I) and hence brother of Nicolaus Hasse. Dates unknown.Dgljr5121973 17:22, 7 February 2011 (UTC)
  • any works

Hasse, Nikolaus (ca.1617–ca.1670)

  • Any vocal works and Keyboard works

Hasse, Peter (I) (ca.1585–1640)

  • two Chorale preludes
  • Praeludium for Organ
  • 8-voice motet
  • 7-voice Mass

Hasse, Peter (II) (1659–1708)

  • any works

Hassler, Hans Leo (1564–1612)

  • Lustgarten neuer teutscher Gesäng, Balletti, Gaillarden und Intraden (Nürnberg 1601) Full score complete work
  • Keyboard works
  • His opus 1, the Canzonette of 1590 (Nurnberg)

Hassler, Jacob (1569–1622)

  • Complete Keyboard works (3 ricercars, 1 toccata, 1 fugue, 1 fantasia, and 1 canzona)

Hässler, Johann Wilhelm (1747–1822)

  • Fantasia for Keyboard in C minor (formerly attributed to W F Bach)
  • „50 Stücke für Anfänger“ op.38
  • „Etudes en Vingt-quatre Valses“ op.49
  • Charakterstück op.27 Nr.2
  • Kantate „Erfurt“
  • Sonate für Cembalo Nr.3 d-Moll

Hatton, John Liptrot (1808–1886)

  • 6 Impromptus for the Piano (Ashdown&Parry, ca.1866)

Hauptmann, Moritz (1792–1868)

  • Concertino/Light Concerto for piano in E major, Op.20

Hausegger, Siegmund von (1872–1948)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Aufklänge, variations for orchestra (1910)
  • Barbarossa, symphonic poem (1900)
  • Dionysische Phantasie for orchestra (1898)
  • Natur Symphonie for large orchestra with final chorus to words from Goethe's poem Proömium (1911)
  • Todtenmarsch (published 1903) for baritone solo, men's chorus and orchestra

Hay, Edward Norman (1889–1943)

  • String Quartet in A (pub.1920) (@Sibley)

Haydn, Joseph (1732–1809)

See Icking Music Archive: [1] Andrewt 14:11, 24 October 2008 (EDT)
  • Trumpet Concerto Parts for ALL movements
  • Horn Concerto No. 2 D-major, Hob. VIId:4 (Preferably Full Score and Parts)
  • Double Horn Concerto
  • Piano Concertos (Preferably Full Score, Concerto No.11) -parts now available: Keyboard Concerto in D major, Hob.XVIII:11 (Haydn, Joseph)
  • Der Morgen Graut, Hob. XXX:5 for two tenors, harp, strings
  • Die Jahreszeiten (The Seasons)-Full score
  • Nelsonmesse (Missa in Augustiis) -Full score (EU only full score uploaded)
  • Six Scotch Airs with variations for voice, violin, cello, harp or piano
  • Twelve Sentimental Catches and Glees for three voices, harp 1795
  • Quartetto Concertante in F for flute, violin, viola, harp/harpsichord (attrib. to Schmittbauer) Hob. XIV:F
  • Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Harpsichord with orchestra in G Minor
  • Divertimenti Hob. X 1,2,3,5,6 & 12 for String Quartet, Baryton, and two Horns - Full Scores and Parts.
  • Divertimento in G major, Hob.X:4 (Haydn, Joseph) - Parts in addition to the full score

Can we just get all the complete works of Haydn uploaded????

  • Schöpfungmesse - Full Score added
  • Harmoniemesse- Full Score
  • Missa Brevis no 1 in F major
  • Heiligemesse -Full Score (uploaded in February)
  • Kleine Orgelmesse (Missa brevis Sancti Joannis de Deo in B♭, Hob.XXII:7) -Full Score at CPDL
  • Große Orgelsolomesse (Missa in honorem Beatissimæ Virginis Mariæ in E♭, Hob.XXII:4)-Full Score
  • Paukenmesse (Missa in tempore belli)-Full score*
  • 6 sonatas for violin and viola Hob. VI: 1-6
  • Violin Concerto No. 3(Preferably Full Score + parts for violin solo)
  • Sonate for cello and piano in G minor
  • Variations in F minor -been uploaded since 2006: Andante with Variations, Hob.XVII:6 (Haydn, Joseph)
  • Fantasia (Capriccio) for Piano in C Major Hob.XVII:4 -been long since uploaded as Op.58: Fantasia in C major, Op.58 (Haydn, Joseph)
  • Adagio for Piano in F Major Hob.XVII:9
  • Arianna auf Naxos (cantata for voice and piano; please post Haydn's manuscript)
  • Divertimento a Tre Hob. IV:5 for Horn, violin and cello
  • The String Quartets Op.9
  • Piano sonata Nr. 4 (Landon), Hob. XVI/G1.
  • Concerto for 2 Lire Organizzate Hob.VIIh:1 - 5
  • Requiem in C minor full score [added to M. Haydn wishlist below]
  • Die Worte des Erlösers am Kreuze (Orchestra version (original!))
  • Te Deum Hob. XXIIIc:2 Full score; according to New Grove "Joseph Haydn’s second [Te Deum] is a remarkably fine piece from 1800"
  • Salve Regina Full Score
  • L'anima del filosofo, ossia Orfeo ed Euridice, Hob. 28/13, dramma per musica in 4 acts (libretto by Carlo Francesco Badini). Full Score/Manuscript
  • First edition of Haydn's Op.13 "Kurzböck-Sonaten" (Hob.16:21-26 piano solo works mostly called sonatas, pub.1774)

Haydn, Michael (1737–1806)

  • Concerto for viola, organ (or harpsichord), and strings
  • Cello Concerto in B-Major (The cello concerto in B-flat major attributed to Michael Haydn, edited by Mark Starr, is published by Edition Max Eschig, Paris, and is under copyright.)
  • Alto Trombone Concerto in D-major
  • Requiem in C minor full score
  • Trumpet Concertino C major (=Trumpet Concerto Nr. 1)
  • Ipsa Virgo virginum in D major (K IIb:49), MH 670 (pub.1829, Diabelli)

Haynes, Battison (1859–1900)

Hegar, Friedrich (1841–1927)

  • Violin Sonata, Op.6
  • Fest-Ouv. for orch., Op.25 (pub.1896/97)
  • Ahasvers Erwachen, Op.34 (pub. 1904)

Heidrich, Maximilian (1864–1909)

  • Cello sonata, Op.4 (pub.1902)
  • Violin sonata, Op.12 (ca.1888?)
  • String Quartet, Op.24 (p1911)
  • String Quartet, Op.29 (p1911)

Heinichen, Johann David (1683–1729)

(An exceptionally large number of requests for works by Heinichen, Johann David were removed to: the composer’s discussion page. Please read the wishlist guidelines on what constitutes unreasonable requests.)

Heinze, Gustav Adolf (1820–1904)

  • 2-piano concerto

Heller, Stephen (1813–1888)

  • Fifty Selected Studies -- be specific (Schissel)

Helsted, Gustav (1857–1924)

  • Piano Trio, Op.6 (ca.1888)
  • String Quintet, Op.21 (ms copy @ DKB)
  • Piano Concerto (autograph - reduction anyway @ DKB)
  • Symphony in D minor, Op.2 (ms. @ DKB)
  • Symphony No.2 in E, Op.22 (ms piano reduction and ms score @ DKB)
  • Violin Concerto (No.2?) in C (ms. reduction @ DKB)
  • Cello Concerto in C major, Op.35 (ms score @ DKB)
  • Stormklokken (1911), opera (ms)
  • String Quartet no.1 in B minor (score) and quartet no. 5 in F Op.24 (parts) (ms @ DKB)

Hemmerlein, Joseph (1761–1843)

Henkel, Andreas (1805–1871)

  • Characteristische Ouverture zu F. v. Schillers Wallensteins Lager, Op.6 (pub.1831)

Henkel, Heinrich (1822–1899)

(brother of Andreas Henkel ; Heinrich Henkel)

  • Piano Trio Op.22 (pub.1860)
  • String Quartets No.1 in D minor Op.13 (autograph 1847-49?), No.2 in D major Op.26 (autograph 1890)

Henkel, Michael (1780–1851)

  • Sonata for Flute and Guitar, Op.24 (pub.ca.1815)
  • Violin-or-flute sonatas (e.g. Op.74, pub.ca.1825)

Henriques, Fini (1867–1940)

  • Suite for Oboe and Strings, Op.13 (pub.1896)
  • Kammerkvartet (flute, violin, cello and piano) (1937) (PD-CA?)

Henschel, George (1850–1934)

  • Ballade in F minor for Violin and Orchestra (or piano), Op.39 (pub.1885)

Hepworth, George (1825–1918)

  • Sinfonia (for orchestra, in one movement?) in A minor

Herbeck, Johann von (1831–1877)

  • Symphony No.4 "Orgelsinfonie" in D minor, Op.20 (pub.1878 in arrangement ; recorded)

Herbert, Victor (1859–1924)

  • Sweethearts
  • Art Is Calling For Me (from 'The Enchantress') 1911

Herman, Reinhold L. (1849–1919)

  • Piano Trio, Op.56
  • Violin Sonata, Op.57 (both pub.1904)

Hermann, Robert (1869–1912)

  • Piano Trio in D minor, Op.6 (pub.1895 by Hofmeister)
  • Symphony No.1 in C major, Op.7 (pub.1896 by Hofmeister)
  • Symphony No.2 in B minor, Op.11 (pub.1904 in reduction by Hofmeister)
  • Piano Quartet in F minor, Op.9 (pub.ca.1905 by Hofmeister)
  • Violin Sonata in C minor, Op.13 (Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1906), p.14 (1905))
  • Concert overture in D minor, Op.4 (NYPL has this but not circulating)

Herrmann, Eduard (1850–1937)

  • Walzer-Fantasie, Op.29 (for string quartet or string orchestra) (p.1909)
  • String Quintet (2 cellos), Op.31 (©1911)
  • String Quintet No.2 (2 violas), Op.42 (p.1931)
  • Violin Concerto in C minor, Op.25 (©1904, W. Schmid)
  • String Quartet, Op.32 (©1913)
  • String Quartet No.2, Op.36

Herschel, William (1738–1822)

  • Symphonies
  • Organ pieces

Hertel, Johann Christian (1697–1754)

  • any works

Hertel, Johann Wilhelm (1727–1789)

  • Symphonies
  • Concertos
  • Keyboard sonatas
  • Oratorios
  • Cantatas (especially Passion cantatas and Christmas cantatas)
  • Johann Wilhelm Hertel (Hrsg.): Sammlung Musikalischer Schriften größtenteils aus den Werken der Italiäner und Franzosen übersetzt und mit Kommentaren versehen von Johann Wilhelm Hertel, Leipzig 1757/1758, 2 St. in 1 Bd.

Herz, Henri (1803–1888)

  • Etudes
  • Orchestral parts to concertos

Herzogenberg, Heinrich von (1843–1900)

  • Cello Concerto, WoO 30 (1880)
  • Cellosonata Nr. 1 op. 52
  • Cellosonata Nr. 2 op 64
  • Phantasie "Nun komm der Heiden Heiland" op. 39
  • Phantasie "Nun danket alle Gott" op. 46
  • Quintet for piano and wind, op. 43 (uploaded under Piano Quintet, Op.43)
  • Op. 16 Odysseus. Symphonie für grosses Orchester 1. Die Irrfahrten 2. Penelope 3. Die Gärten der Circe 4. Das Gastmahl der Freier
  • Op. 50 Symphonie (C moll) für grosses Orchester
  • Op. 80 Todtenfeier. Cantate für Soli, Chor, Orchester und Orgel (geschrieben auf den ersten Todestag seiner Frau Elisabeth geb. von Stockhausen)
  • Op. 87 Messe (E moll) für Soli, Chor und Orchester (Orgel ad libitum) (Dem Andenken Philipp Spitta's)
  • Op. 90 Die Geburt Christi. Text aus Worten der heiligen Schrift und geistlichen Liedern zusammengestellt von Friedrich Spitta, Kirchen-Oratorium für Solostimmen, gemischten Chor und Kinderchor mit Begleitung von Harmonium, Streichinstrumenten und Hoboe, und für Gemeindegesang und Orgel 1894
  • Op. 93 Die Passion. Kirchen-Oratorium für Gründonnerstag und Charfreitag, für Solostimmen, Chor, Streichorchester, Harmonium, Gemeindegesang und Orgel 1896

Hess, Karl (1859–1912)

  • Cello Sonata, Op.6
  • Organ Sonata, Op.23

Hessen, Alexander Friedrich von (1863–1945)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

(also known as Alexander Friedrich, Landgraf von Hessen) (there is a str qt no.2, pub. in 1968 it seems.)
(brief Wikipedia article: Wikipedia (does not mention composing))

  • String Quartet No.1, Op.1 (pub.1890)
  • 2 Pieces for String Trio, Op.27 (pub.1931 by Breitkopf&Härtel) (©1931; see WorldCat) (PD-CA-only for now)
  • Violin Sonata Op.31 (E minor) (©1936) (also PD-CA-only for now and awhile)
  • Quintet, Op.25 (©1939) (etc.)
  • Passacaglia for Piano, Op.7 (pub.ca.1900?)

Heubner, Konrad (1860–1905)

  • String Quartet No.1, Op.1 (p.1883)
  • Piano Quintet (p.1904)
  • Violin Sonata in G, Op.8
  • Piano Trio in D, Op.9 (both pub.1895)

Heuser, Ernst (1863–1942)

  • Piano Trio in D minor, Op.37 (pub.1901, Hainauer. Copy e.g. at Hochschule für Musik Köln lib.)
  • Psalm 23, Op.78 (pub.1912)

Heydorn, Petrus (1660–1720)

  • any works

Heydrich, Bruno (1865–1938)

  • Novelette
  • Opera "Amen"
  • Des Liebsten Grab, Op.64

Hill, Edward Burlingame (1872–1960)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • 2-piano concerto
  • Sinfonietta, Op.40a (pub. n.d.?, 1935)
  • Concerto for 2 flutes and small orchestra

Hiller, Ferdinand (1811–1885)

  • Conzertstück for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 113. Leipzig: Aug. Cranz, [ca. 1865] (scores in the British Library, Cambridge University libraries, Danish National Library)
  • Violin Concerto, Op. 152. Mainz: B. Schott's Söhnen, [1875?] (scores in Free Library of Philadelphia, and MIT libraries)
  • Sonata for Cello and Piano, Op. 22. Also known as Grand Duo. Berlin: Simrock, [1871] (scores Landesbibliothek Coburg, Openbare Bibliotheek Den Haag, Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam, and Universitätsbibliothek Johann Christian Senckenberg)
  • Piano Quintet Op.156 (p.1873)

Hindemith, Paul (1895–1963)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Cello Concerto in E-flat major, Op. 3 (1916)
  • The Craft of Musical Composition (Book)
  • Neues vom Tage (full score)
  • Hin und zurück (full score pub.1982)
  • Ite, angeli veloces (3 volumes VS)
  • Sing und Spielmusik für Liebhaber und Musikfreunde, Op.45 (parts and choral scores)
  • Plöner Musiktag
B. Tafelmusik (Parts)
C. Kantate (Parts and Choral Score)
D/1. Einleitungsstück für Orchester: (Parts)
D/2. Flötensolo mit Streichern: (Parts)
D/4. Variationen für Klarinette und Streicher: (Parts)
D/5. Trio für Blockflöten (Score and Parts, Original 1932 edition with recorders in A and D)
D/6. Quodlibet für Orchester: (Parts)

These works under copyright worldwide:

  • Sonata for Solo Viola, Op. 31 No. 4 (First edition edited by Hermann Danuser (1946-))
  • Sonata for Solo Viola (1937) (First edition edited by Hermann Danuser (1946-))
  • Trautonium Works (trio pieces, concertpiece with strings)

Hinton, Arthur (1869–1941)

  • Piano Concerto, Op.24 in D m. (prem.1905, pub.1920)
  • Saint Elizabeth's Roses (operetta)
  • Scenes from Endymion, suite for orchestra
  • Symphony no.1 in B (ms?)
  • Symphony no.2 in C minor (ms?)

Hintz, Ewaldt (1613–1668)

  • any works

Hochberg, Hans Heinrich Bolko von (1843–1926)

(real name of "J.H. Franz" - we do have a category J. Franz but may not be the same person)

  • Piano Quartet in B minor, Op.37 (p.1908 under his real name) (LoC has.)
  • Symphony in E (premiered? ca.1884 in Dresden.) (possibly the Op.28 "in E" published 1892 by Raabe & Plothow. Schwerin lib. has score & parts to op.28. Harvard Loeb has arrangement of it.)
  • Symphony in C, Op.26 published 1892, Bote & Bock (LoC has)
  • Piano Trio in A, Op.34 (LoC has.)
  • Opera "Wärwolf", Op.21 (LoC has libretto. BSB has vocal score)

Høffding, Finn (1899–1997)

Under copyright worldwide, apart from earlier works (published before 1923) which are PD in the USA.
No posting without written permission from the copyright owner.

  • Romance for violin og strygeorkester (1918 - not sure etc.?)
  • String Quartet No.1 Op.2 (1920- not sure when published?) (Quartet Op.6 was published 1930/31 acc.HMB)

Hoffmeister, Franz Anton (1754–1812)

  • Cello Concerto in D
  • Symphony in G minor, HicH g1 (hrm, possibly by Leopold Hoffmann. See RISM 650003207.)

Hofmann, Heinrich (1842–1902)

  • Ungarische Suite, Op.16

Hofmann, Leopold (1738–1793)

  • 7 Cello Concertos

Hofmann, Richard (1844–1918)

  • Double-Stop Studies, Op.96
  • Acht Übungs- u. Vortrags-Stücke for Violin and viola
  • Leichtes instruktives Trio in C and Em for piano trio Op.67 and Op.68
  • Acht Charakterstücke for Clarinet and Piano Op.100
  • Light String Quartet, Op.116 (pub.1901, Zimmermann)

Hohmann, Christian Heinrich (1811–1861)

Hol, Richard (1825–1904)

  • Concert Overture for orchestra (held at Dutch Royal Library) (arr., 1873?)
  • 2 Romances for oboe Op.116 (pub.1890)
  • Sonatinas Op.118 (pub.1890s)

Holbrooke, Joseph (1878–1958)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Cello Concerto in E flat major, Op.103 - The Cambrian
  • Piano Concerto No. 1 "The Song of Gwyn ap Nudd", Op. 52 (1908) full Orchestral score or Two Piano Reduction
  • Violin Sonata No. 2 "Romantic" Op. 59 = violin/piano reduction of the "Grasshopper" violin concerto Op.59
  • Clair de Lune, Op. 17, No. 1
  • Le Crepuscule, Op. 17, No. 2
  • Pianoforte Quartet in D minor, "Byron", Op. 31
  • Symphony No.4 ("Homage to Schubert) in B-minor, Op. 95
  • Horn Quintet "Fate" (1904, reworked into Clarinet Quintet in G Op. 27)

Hollaender, Gustav (1855–1915)

  • Violin Sonata Op.59 in D minor (p.1903)
  • Violin Concerto No.2 (Leichtes konzert) in A minor, Op.62 (p.1904)
  • Violin Concerto No.3 (D minor), Op.66 (pub.1911)

Hollander, Benoit (1853–1942)

  • String Quartet No.1, Op.20
  • Fantaisie pastorale (vn/orch), Op.26 (1899) (orchestral score and parts if they exist, piano reduction at least)
  • Piano Trio, Op.27
  • Septet for String Quartet, Piano and 2 Horns in E-flat, Op.28
  • Characteristic Pieces Op.12 for 2 Violins and Viola (pub.1895)

Hollins, Alfred (1865–1942)

Holmès, Augusta Mary Anne (1847–1903)

  • Ludus pro Patria (ode, pub.1888 by Grus)

Holst, Gustav (1874–1934)

  • Invocation for cello and piano or orchestra, Op. 19/2 (1911)
  • Beni Mora
  • Egdon Heath
  • The Evening Watch, Op.43, No.1
  • Savitri op.25 (app. published as early as 1923 so PD-CA but prob. not PD-US depending) Vocal score
  • First Choral Symphony, H.155, Op.41
  • Fugal Overture op.40/1 (also published 1923 - see above)
  • Hammersmith (for Brass Band or Concert Band whichever is not under copyright)
  • Lyric Movement for Viola and Small Orchestra
  • Marching Song
  • Choral Songs from the Rig Veda vocal scores
  • The Cloud Messenger, Op.30
  • The Lure
  • The Morning of the Year Op. 45
  • The Planets, arrangement of Mars and Jupiter for symphonic band by Holst
  • Choral Fantasia op. 51
  • Walt Whitman Overture, Op 7 (1899) (is this score even published yet?- Schissel)
  • Suite de ballet, Op.10
  • At the Boar's Head, Op.42
  • The Wandering Scholar, Op.50 (first published in 1968 in an edition by Imogen Holst and Benjamin Britten, so not sure if this could be hosted by IMSLP)
  • Ode to Death, Op. 38 (Study score)

These works copyright WORLDWIDE.

  • The Planets (arr. solo piano) No arrangement of this exists in the public domain.
  • The Mystic Trumpeter (app. not published until 1989)
  • Invocation for cello and piano or orchestra H75, Op. 19/2 (1911) (pub.1983?- is there an earlier than 1960 edition of this?)

Holstein, Franz von (1826–1878)

  • String Quartet in E minor (op.posth. , 40) (pub.1899)

Holter, Iver (1850–1941)

  • String Quartets, Opp. 1 (p.1879) and 18 (op18 p1917)
  • Suite für Orchester, nach der Musik zu Goethes Schauspiel "Götz von Berlichingen", Op.10 (pub.1898)
  • Kantate til indvielsen af Kristiania Handelsstands Forenings nye hus 11. februar 1912. Op 19.

Hölzl, Franz Seraphin Thomas (1808–1884)

  • String Quartet, Op.22 (by 1859) (is at Royal Library, Netherlands, I think)
  • String Quartet, Op.24 (by 1859)
  • Violin Sonata in E, Op.20 (pub.1856)

(VIAF: VIAF) and see Musiklexikon for a brief bio in German)

Homilius, Gottfried August (1714–1785)

  • Weihnachtsoratorium HoWVI
  • Motets
  • Cantatas
  • Organ Works
  • 10 Passions
  • Passion Cantatas
  • Messias
  • Easter Oratorio
  • 4 Magnificats
  • Generalbass-Schule 1776
  • 32 Praeludia zu geistlichen Liedern vor zwey Claviere und Pedal (pub.1761)

Honegger, Arthur (1892–1955)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher
  • Skating Rink
  • Le Chant de Nigamon
  • Sonatina for violin and cello (H. 80) (1932)
  • Prelude and Blues for harp quartet
  • Laudate Dominum from Cantate de Noel

Hook, James (1746–1827)

  • Concerto in D major, Op.1, No.5 (c.1771)

Hopffer, Bernhard (1840–1877)

  • String Quintet in B minor, Op.7 (pub.1871)
  • Romance for Cello & Orch., Op.20 (pub.1877)
  • Violin Sonata No.1 in G minor, Op.2 (ca.1876?)
  • Symphony (if it still exists, premiered ca.1860?)

Horn, Kamillo (1860–1941)

  • Piano Sonata, Op.15 (pub.1892)
  • Trio-Fantasie, Op.73
  • Symphony No.1 in F minor, Op.40 (pub.1908)
  • Horn Sonata, Op.58 (pub.1910)

Horsley, Charles Edward (1822–1876)

  • String Quartet (ms, ca.1861)

Hotteterre, Jacques (1673–1763)

  • Le Fargis Sur Les Délices

Hoyer, Karl (1891–1936)

  • Viola Sonata, Op.30 (©1923)
  • Flute Sonata, Op.31 (©1923)
  • Organ Sonata, Op.19 in D minor (©1921)
  • Variationen über ein Thema von Henry Purcell, Op.25 (©1922)
  • Flute Sonata, Op.40 (©1929) (PD-CA I hope)
  • Sonata Op.45 for violin and organ (©1932)
  • Clarinet sonata Op.55 (pub.1934?)

Hřímalý, Jan (1844–1915)

  • Scale Studies

Huber, Hans (1852–1921)

  • Piano Trio No.1 op.20 (p.1877)
  • Sonata No.1 op.31 (2 pianos) (p.1878)
  • Symphony no.1 op.63 (p.1882)
  • Piano Trio No.2 op.65 (p.1883): piano score
  • Violin Sonata no.4 op.102 (p1888)
  • Symphony No.6 Op.134 (p1912)
  • Piano Sonata "Zu Maler Nolten", Op.47 (p1879)

Huber, Joseph (1837–1886)

(Wde)

  • 4 1-mvt Symphonies (nos. 1,2 pub.1865, no.3 Durch Dunkel zum Licht op.10 pub.1876, no.4 op.12 pub.1879)

(there was also a Joseph Huber, comp., b.1816.)

Hugot, Antoine (1761–1803)

  • Méthode de Flûte (1804)
  • 4 Duets for 2 flutes

Hugues, Luigi (1836–1913)

Hummel, Ferdinand (1855–1928)

  • Symphony, Op.105 (pub.1909)
  • Cello Sonata No.2, Op.9 (A major?) (pub.1877)
  • Cello Sonata No.3, Op.12 (A major?) (pub.1879)
  • Cello (or Viola) Sonata No.4 (E minor?) Op.38/38a (pub.1885)
  • Piano Quintet, Op.47 (pub. Siegel, 1887)
  • Piano Concerto, Op.35 (pub.ca.1884?)
  • Angla (opera), Op.60 (pub.1894)
  • Horn or viola Sonata, Op.117 (pub.1914?)

Hummel, Johann Nepomuk (1778–1837)

  • Trumpet Concerto (Preferably Full Score)
  • Trumpet Concerto Piano-trumpetscore too !
  • Piano transcription of Symphony No. 40 by Mozart
  • Piano School (1828)
  • Hummel arrangements of Mozart Piano concertos - flute, violin, cello parts
  • All Piano Trios
  • Mandolin Concerto in G Major S.28
  • Fantasy for Viola & Orchestra in G minor, Op.94 - (1821)
  • Piano Concerto A Minor Op.85, Full Score
  • Piano Concerto B Minor, Full Score

Hummel, Josef Friedrich (1841–1919)

  • Mandolinata for str.sextet, op.61 (p1910)

Humperdinck, Engelbert (1854–1921)

  • Königskinder (first version; Brockhaus, 1897)
  • String Quartet in D minor, EHWV 15 (comp.1872, pub.?)
  • Other two string quartets? if possible (these may have been published before 1960s and PD-CA- none so sure about the D minor above)

Hünten, François (1793–1878)

  • Piano Trio No.2, Op.91 (p.ca.1838)
  • Trio No.3, Op.172
  • Terzetto/Trio, Op.175
  • Piano Method, Op.60 (part I (4th edition) pub. 1859 & 1867?, Ikelmer; earlier pub.1845 by Brulé (both versions digitized by Gallica, actually?))

Hünten, Wilhelm (1791–1858)

Listed in HMB as Guillaume (Gu.) Hünten, or sometimes as (W.) ...

  • Air allemand, varié pour pianoforte et violoncelle ou violon concertants, Op.19 (first pub. ca.1830)
  • Nouvelle méthode facile et progressive pour le piano, Op.50 (pub. Paté, ca.1843; Schott, 1844)

Hurlstone, William Yeates (1876–1906)

  • Piano Sonata in F Minor
  • Variations on a Hungarian Air (alt. "Hungarian Air with Variations;" originally for piano, later orchestrated; either version to be greatly appreciated if legitimately available)

Hus-Desforges, Pierre Louis (1773–1838)

  • 8 (plus?) string quintets with bass (some are at various libraries.)
  • Grand String Trio No.3 (pub. Naderman, 1822)
  • Cello Concerto No.4 (pub.1822. can't seem to find at libraries- maybe private collections?)

Huss, Henry Holden (1862–1953)

  • Violin Concerto, Op.12
  • Violin Sonata, Op.19

Huszka, Jenő (1875–1960)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • vocal scores to operettas in Hungarian, of which Bob herceg (1902) seems to be the most famous Richard Mix 10:31, 17 January 2012 (UTC)


Indy, Wilfrid d' (1821–1891)

  • String Quartet (pub. Paris: Challot?, 1842) (19 Feb. 1842 BdlF)
  • Piano Trio in G (recorded and accidentally identified as a work by Vincent d'Indy by Marco Polo at one point)

Ingenhoven, Jan (1876–1951)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • String Quartet No.3 (pub. 1914)

Inghelbrecht, Désire-Émile (1880–1965)

Under copyright worldwide, apart from earlier works (published before 1923) which are PD in the USA.
No posting without written permission from the copyright owner.

  • Original-Quadrille pour piano (pub.1897/98 by Paris: Paulus)
  • Rêverie pour violon, et piano (pub.ca.1888 by Vve. Girod)
  • Automne : esquisses symphoniques (pub.betw. 1904 and 1909? by Mathot)
  • Nocturne pour violoncelle et piano (pub.ca.1906 by Mathot; with orchestra, 1911)

Ippolitov-Ivanov, Mikhail (1859–1935)

  • Symphony (No.1?) in E minor, Op.46 (pub.ca.1910 by Jurgenson)
  • Op. 45: Ten Shakespeare Sonnets for voice and piano (1913)

Ireland, John (1879–1962)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Sea Fever (1913), included in Stainer & Bell The Complete Works for Voice & Piano vol.ii.
  • of many PD-US works, a few are already at CPDL; the rest will enter PD in Canada in 2013.

Isaac, Heinrich (1450–1517)

Ives, Charles (1874–1954)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Variations on 'America'
  • Largo (for Clarinet, Violin and Piano)
  • Piano Trio (ca. 1909-1910, rev. ca. 1914-1915)
  • String Quartet No. 1, From the Salvation Army (1897–1900)
  • String Quartet No. 2 (1913–15)
  • Symphony No. 1 in D minor (1898–1901)
  • Symphony No. 2 (1899-1902? 1907-1909?)
  • Symphony No. 3, The Camp Meeting (1908–10)
  • Symphony No. 4 (1912–18; rev. 1924–26)
  • Central Park in the Dark for chamber orchestra (1906, 1909)
  • Violin Sonata No. 1 (1910–14; rev. ca. 1924)
  • Violin Sonata No. 4, Children's Day at the Camp Meeting (1911–16)
  • A Symphony: New England Holidays (1911–19)
  • Universe Symphony (sketched)


Jacobi, Frederick (1891–1952)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Cello Concerto

Jadassohn, Salomon (1831–1902)

  • Symphony No. 2 (Full Orchestral Score & Parts)
  • Serenade No. 2, Op. 46 (Full Orchestral Score) (pub.ca.1875.)
  • Cavatina for Violin and Orchestra, Op 69 (Parts for Orchestra and Soloist) -- note: in progress . also, complete parts are at Biblioteca musicale governativa del Conservatorio di musica S. Cecilia - Roma.
  • Serenade for String orchestra and Flute, Op. 80 (Full Orchestral Score & Parts)
  • Piano Concerto N°1 in C minor, Op. 89 (Full Orchestral Score & Parts)
  • Piano Concerto Nº2 in F minor, Op. 90 (Full Orchestral Score & Parts)
  • Violin Sonata in G minor, Op.5 (pub.1857)
  • Symphony No. 4, Op. 101
  • Cavatine for Cello and Orchestra, Op.120 (Full Orchestral Score & Parts)
  • Concert Overture No.2 Op.37 (Library of Congress has)

Jadin, Hyacinthe (1776–1800)

  • Piano Sonatas
  • String Quartets
  • Piano Concertos

Jadin, Valentin-François (1763–1841)

(after 1841, but death date not known. AKA "Valentin Jadin (fils)". A few works at Gallica, e.g. his 3 potpourris for piano.)

  • Fantaisie avec 8 variations sur le Marche des Rois de France, pour le piano-forte dédiée à S. M. Louis XXIII (pub.1815)

Jaëll, Marie (1846–1925)

  • Sonata for Piano in C major

Janáček, Leoš (1854–1928)

  • Sinfonietta (1926)
  • Glagolitic Mass (1926, published 1929)
  • Mladi (Youth) (1924, wind sextet)
  • Z mrtvého domu (From the hosue of the dead) (1930, opera, orchestra parts)

These works copyright worldwide.

  • The Makropulos Case / Věc Makropulos (1926); vocal score piano reduction by Ludvík Kundera [1891-1971], German translation by Max Brod (d. 1968); full score copyright 1970 with contributions by Mackeras (d. 2010), German translation by Brod, English translation by Norman Tucker (d. 1978)

Jansa, Leopold (1795–1875)

  • String Quartet, Op.68 (p.1845)
  • Piano Trio, Op.73 (p.1851)
  • Concerto, Op.83 (p.1867)

Jaques-Dalcroze, Emile (1865–1950)

  • String Quartet (pub.ca.1904? by Enoch) (not same as Op.61)

Jemain, Joseph (1864–1950)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

1950 or 1954, really, but one keeps the line as-simple-as-poss.

  • Cello Sonata, Op.20 (p.1903)

Jiránek, Alois (1858–1950)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Violin Sonata in A minor (published 1905)
  • 2 Impromptus for string quartet (published 1909)

Joachim, Joseph (1831–1907)

  • Hamlet Overture, Op. 4 (Parts + Piano reduction, if any)
  • Demetrius Overture, Op. 6 (Full score and/or parts + Piano reduction, if any)
  • Henry IV Overture, Op. 7 (Full score and/or parts)
  • Von Kleist Overture, Op. 13 (Parts + Piano reduction, if any)
  • String Quartet Movement in C minor (Full score and/or Parts)
  • Violin Concerto No. 3 (Full score and/or Parts)
  • Cadenza to Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 3
  • Symphony in C major (Arrangement of Sonata for Piano Duet, D.812 (Schubert, Franz)) - timpani part needed

Jommelli, Niccolò (1714–1774)

  • La Passione di Nostro Signore Gesu Cristo (Oratorio)
  • Other Oratorios
  • 20 Masses
  • Concerti
  • Orchestral works
  • Keyboard works

Jonas, Emile (1827–1905)

  • Concertino pour le cornet à pistons (pub.1894)
  • Fantasy No.2 (pub.1896)

Jongen, Joseph (1873–1953)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Cello Concerto Op.18, solo part and piano reduction (p.1911) -> Sibley scan available (1910)
  • Piano Preludes Opp. 69 & 116
  • Symphonie concertante, Op.81 full score & parts
  • Organ Works -> several additions 08/2013
  • 2 pièces en trio (flute, cello and harp) 1924

Joplin, Scott (1868–1917)

  • Songs

Josephson, Jacob Axel (1818–1880)

  • Symphony in E, Op.4
  • Quando Corpus for soprano, chorus and orchestra, Op.20 (HMB gives 1868)

Josten, Werner Erich (1885–1963)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Other early songs and motets (some are PD-CA-only, but some published by 1922)
  • Concerto Sacro (No.1), (pub. unk.?) ©1926 (so, PD-CA) (see e.g. WorldCat. His two concerti sacri for piano and strings - both published by C.C. Birchard, ©1931- have been recorded.)

Jullien, Gilles (1650–1703)

Kabalevsky, Dmitry (1904–1987)

Under copyright worldwide.
No posting without written permission from the copyright owner.


The earliest that scores by Kabalevsky can be hosted by IMSLP (Canada) is 2038.
Please do not bother adding any items to this wishlist until 2036 at the earliest; they will simply be deleted without comment.

Kahl, Oskar (1872–1915)

  • Piano Trio in F minor, Op.3 (pub.1914) (LoC, one or two other libraries)
  • Violin Sonata in A, pub. 1903

Kahn, Robert (1865–1951)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Vier Lieder für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte. Op. 3
  • Sieben Lieder für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte, Op. 6
  • Fünf Lieder für gemischten Chor. Op. 7.
  • Fünf Clavierstücke, Op. 13
  • Mahomet's Gesang für gemischten Chor mit Orchester, Op. 24
  • Drei Stücke für Violoncell und Pianoforte Op. 25
  • Zweite Sonate (A moll) für Violine und Clavier, Op. 26
  • Sommerabend. Ein Liederkreis für gemischten Chor, Soli, und Clavier. Op. 28
  • Tonbilder, for Violine und Klavier, Op. 36
  • Cello Sonata Op.37 (p.1903)
  • Zwei Gedichte von Friedrich Schiller, für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte, Op. 44
  • Clarinet Trio Op. 45 (Cello Part)
  • Lieder im Volkston für eine Singstimme und Klavier, Op. 47
  • Piano Trio in E minor (No.4), Op. 72
  • Konzertstück, for Piano and Orchestra, op. 74

Kalachevsky, Mikhail Nikolayevich (1851–1910)

(well, betw. 1910 and 1912?) (also Kolachevsky)

  • Nocturne (pub.1879)
  • Symphony "Ukrainian" (composed 1876 - mentioned in Mason's 1917 book/Baker 1919; mayb. recorded in 1950s and pub. in 1966?- so not sure if PD.)
  • String Quartet in E

Kalinnikov, Vasily (1866–1901)

  • Symphony No. 2 in A major full Orchestral score or Two Piano Reduction (full score up)
  • Tsar Boris (1899) (pub. by P. Jurgenson, 1902)
  • Fugue in D minor (1889) (when first published? we may not be able to host it)
  • Serenade for Strings (1891) (first pub. 1950, so non-PD-US)
  • Intermezzi for orchestra (found out they were published by Jurgenson in piano-4hand reduction in 1901 - good to have them in some form)

Kalkbrenner, Christian (1755–1806)

  • Histoire de la musique (1802)
  • 3 Sonatas, Op.3 (ca.1783)

Kalliwoda, Johann Wenzel (1801–1866)

  • Scores & Parts to Symphonies 3-6 (and to the G minor sym.?) and to the other overtures and concertinos/concertos for violin?

Kálmán, Emmerich (1882–1953)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

I wonder if any of the pd-US operettas might have been printed with Hungarian texts? Richard Mix 01:01, 24 July 2012 (EDT)

Kaminski, Heinrich (1886–1946)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Motet De Profundis/Psalm 130, Op.1a (1912, pub.1959?)

Kämpf, Karl (1874–1950)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Violin Sonata in E minor, Op.23 (pub.Kahnt, 1904)

Kaňka Jr., Johann Nepomuk (1772–1865)

(or Jan Kaňka. Lawyer and composer, early Romantic)

  • In lacrymam fontem salutis (pub.ca.1860)

Karel, Rudolf (1880–1945)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Ilseino srdce (opera, 1909?, pub.1922)
  • "Renaissance" Symphony No.1 in E Op.15 (1921?)
  • Variations and sonata for piano on a theme by Brahms Op.14 in C minor (autograph is dated 1910)
  • Burlesca for piano, Op.19 (published 1921)

Karg-Elert, Sigfrid (1877–1933)

  • Organ Works
    • Chorale Improvisations op.65 -> available.
    • Sonatina op.74
    • Symphonic Chorales op.85 (op.87? no.3 is up. op.85 are symphonic canzone.)
    • Triptych op.141
    • Rondo alla campanella
    • Partita op. 100
    • Cathedral Windows op.106 -> available.
    • 3 New Impressions op.142(II)
    • Sempre Semplice
    • 8 Short Pieces, Op.154
    • 7 Silhouettes for Harmonium and Piano (1906), Op.29
    • Poesien, 5 Duos for Harmonium and Piano (1906/07), Op.35

Karges, Wilhelm (1613/14–1699)

  • Any works (consisting of 4 or 6 Organ works)

Karłowicz, Mieczysław (1876–1909)

  • Serenade for Strings, Op.2 (1897)
  • Symphony in e Minor, Op. 7

Kaski, Heino (1885–1957)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • 3 Piano Pieces, Op.13 (pub.1919)

Kässmayer, Moritz (1831–1884)

  • 5 String Quartets (p1853 to no.5 op.35 p1880)

Kauffmann, Fritz (1855–1934)

  • Piano Concerto (op.25, ca.1893)
  • Violin Concerto no.1 (op.27, 1894)
  • Violin Concerto no.2 (op.50, 1909)
  • Variations on an Original Theme for String Quartet, Op.8 (pub.1882)

Kauffmann, Georg Friedrich (1679–1735)

  • Organ music

Kaun, Hugo (1863–1932)

  • String quintet, Op.28 (original version of the piano quintet in F minor, Op.39)
  • Symphony no.2, Op.85
  • Piano Trio No.2, Op.58 (pub.1905)
  • Earlier operas (Der Pietist ; Sappho ; Der Fremde)

Keiser, Reinhard (1674–1739)

  • Lukas-Passion Full Score and Manuscript
  • Passion music Full Scores and Manuscripts
  • Der blutige und sterbende Jesus Full Score and Manuscript
  • Thränen unter dem Kreutze Jesu Full Score and Manuscript
  • Der zum Tode verurtheilte und gekreutzigte Jesus Full Score and Manuscript
  • Seelige Erlösungs-Gedancken Full Score and Manuscript
  • Ich liege und schlafe ganz mit Frieden, motet for 4 voices, 2 violins, 2 violas, cello & continuo
  • Wir gingen alle in der Irre, for 6 voices, 2 oboes, 2 violins, 2 violas & continuo (Frament of a St. Luke Passion)
  • Dialogus von der Geburt Christi (Weihnachtsoratorium) in drei Teilen (Hamburg, 29 December 1707)

Kéler, Béla (1820–1882)

  • Ungarische Lustspiel Ouverture, Op.108 (pub.1874 in red.)

Keller, Ludwig (1847–1930)

  • String Quartets No.1 in G minor, 2 in E major, 3 in D major, piano quintet (autographs at Badische Landesbibliothek, Musikabteilung, Karlsruhe)
  • 2 cello concertos (likewise) (apparently 173 works by him in their collection?) (oh. many of these are in fact scanned in- e.g. the quartets.)

Kelley, Edgar Stillman (1857–1944)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Symphony No.1 in F, "Gulliver"

Kellner, Johann Christoph (1736–1803)

  • Concertos for piano or harpsichord:
  • Published in Frankfurt:
  • op. 4: 1 concerto
  • op. 5: 3 concertos
  • op. 7: 3 concertos
  • op. 11: 1 concerto
  • Organ and piano:
  • 3 Vor- oder vielmehr Nachspiele, 3 Fugen, 3 Choral-Vorspiele, im Trio mit dem Canto-firmo, op. 14 pt. 1, for organ (Kassel)
  • Orgel-Stücke von verschiedener Art, op. 14 pt. 2, for organ (Kassel)
  • Mein trautes Röschen, rondo for piano (Speyer, 1782)
  • 31 neue Orgelstücke, op. 17 pt. 1 (Speyer, 1789): 12 preludes, 14 chorale preludes, fantasia, fugue, quartet for 4 hands and pedals, 2 trio chorales for 2 keyboards and pedals
  • Menuett, Fantasie, Fuge, Marche, Quartetto, for piano (Speyer, 1789)
  • Sinfonia, for piano (Speyer, 1789)
  • Neue Orgelstücke, op. 17 pt. 2, for organ (Darmstadt, 1793)
  • 14 Orgelstücke, bestehend in leichten Vor- und Nachspielen, zwischen neuen Choral-Vorspielen, op. 20 pt. 1, for organ (Brunswick)
  • Serenade, for piano, 2 violins, flute, 2 horns, bass; 2 sonatas, for piano with violin; concerto, for piano with 2 violins, op. 13 (Kassel)
  • Sonata, for piano with violin and viola ad libitum, op. 18 (Offenbach)

Kellner, Johann Peter (1705–1772)

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Kelz, Johann Friedrich (1786–1862)

  • String Quartet, Op.158 (1832)
  • String Quintet No.2, Op.124 (Lischke, 1829)

Kempter, Lothar (1844–1918)

  • Romanze for piano quartet (or string trio and harp), Op.43 (pub.1905, Zimmermann)

Kerle, Jacobus de (1531–1591)

  • Volumes from Trésor musical (Brussels 1865–1893)
    • xxii–xxviii (6 missae, a 4, 5vv, Venice, 1562)
    • i (1865) & xvii (1881) (Selectae quaedam cantiones sacrae, Nuremberg, 1571).
  • Preces speciales pro salubri generalis Concilii successu a 4vv (Venice, 1562); ed. in DTB, xxxiv, Jg.xvi (1926)— Richard Mix

Kerll, Johann Caspar (1627–1693)

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Kersbergen, Jan (1857–1937)

  • Violin Sonata in D minor, Op.4 (pub. Noske, 1901)

Kessel, Franz (1862–1931)

  • Symphonic Poems The Corsair (performed Köln 1897), Cain (pub.ca.1910)
  • Symphony in F (produced 1889 according to Baker's)

Kiel, Friedrich (1821–1885)

  • Piano Concerto in B flat major, Op. 30 Two Piano Reduction or full Orchestral score
  • Flute concerto in G major
  • Violin Sonatas 2-4?

Kindermann, Johann Erasmus (1616–1655)

  • Cantiones pathetika, 1639;
  • 3 Motetten, in: Friedens-Clag, 1640;
  • Deliciae studiosorum, 4 Tle., 1640, 1642, 1643 (Instrumentalstücke, nur teilw. erhalten);
  • Concentus Saomonis, 1642; Dialogus, Mosis Plag, Sünders Klag, Christi Abtrag, 1642;
  • Mus. Friedens Seuffzer, 1642;
  • Opitianischer Orpheus, 1642;
  • Dess Erlösers Christi und sündigen Menschens heylsames Gespräch, 1643;
  • 1 Lied, in: Intermedium Musico-Politicum, 1643;
  • Musica Catechetica, 1643;
  • Mus. Felder- und Wälderfreund, 1643;
  • Mus. Herzentrost-Blümlein, 1643;
  • Frühlings und Sommer freud, 1645;
  • Lobgesang. Über den Freudenreichen Geb. unseres Herrn und Heylandes Jesu Christi, 1647;
  • Weihnachtsgesang, 1647;
  • 14 Lieder, in: Mus. Friedens Freud, 1650;
  • 22 Lieder, in: Göttliche Liebesflamme, 1651;
  • 64 Lieder, in: Erster Teil Herrn J. M. Dilherrns Evangelischer Schlußreimen der Predigen, 1652;
  • 56 Lieder, in: Zweiter Teil ... der Predigen, 1652;
  • 57 Lieder, in: Dritter Teil ... der Predigen, 1652;
  • Neu-verstimmte Violen Lust, 1652; Canzoni. Sonatae, 2 Tle., 1653;
  • 3 Stücke, in: Mus. Zeitvertreiber, 1655;
  • Sinfonia a cinque,r.
  • Zahlr. Gelegenheitskompositionen.
  • Note: DTB (Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Bayern) Vols. 13 & 21-24 contain selected works by Kindermann as does Wilhelm Dupont, Werkausgaben Nürnberger Komponisten in Vergangenheit und Ggw., 1971, 126-136

King, Robert (1660–1726)

  • Songs for one, two and three voices composed to a through basse for ye organ and harpsichord. (pub.1690)
  • A Second Booke of Songs... (pub.1698)

Kirchhoff, Gottfried (1685–1746)

  • L'A.B.C. Musical: Contenant des Preludes et des Fugues de tous les Tons pour l'Orgue, ou le Clavecin, fort utile aux disciples pour aprendre à accompagner de la Basse continue et à faire des Preludes et des Fugues. Opera Prima. Amsterdam (c.1734).
  • Gott fähret auf gen Himmel. Kantate zum Himmelfahrtfest für Sopran, Baß und Instrumente.
  • Wie ist doch unsre Zeit so kurtz. Kantate zum Neujahrstag für Sopran, Alt, Baß, 2 Violinen und Continuo.
  • 12 Sonaten für Violine und Basso continuo, alle 5-sätzige Sonata da camera.
  • Prelude and fugue for organ from the manuscript Mus. ms. 11605: first edition.
  • Prelude and fugue for organ from the Mylau manuscript (MS H 3a).

Kirchner, Theodor (1823–1903)

  • Clavierstücke zu vier Händen, (1878) arrangements of op. 2, 7, 9, 13, 14, 24

Kirnberger, Johann Philipp (1721–1783)

(An exceptionally large number of requests for works by Kirnberger, Johann Philipp were removed to: the composer’s discussion page. Please read the wishlist guidelines on what constitutes unreasonable requests.)

Kittel, Johann Christian (1732–1809)

  • Piano:
  • 6 Sonaten ... nebst einer Fantasie (Gera, 1789)
  • 6 Veränderungen, über ... Nicht so traurig (St Petersburg, 1797)
  • Organ:

Kjerulf, Halfdan (1815–1868)

  • XXV udvalgte norske Folkedandse (25 Selected Norwegian Folk Dances) (pub. A. Hirsch, Stockholm 1861)
  • Norske Folkeviser (Norwegian Folktunes) (pub. C. Warmuth, 1867)
  • Notturno for piano solo HK 44
  • Barcarolle for piano solo HK 43

Klein, Bruno Oscar (1858–1911)

  • Suite for Cello and Orchestra, Op.28 (pub.1904; 1908 (piano red.))
  • Violin Sonata No.2, Op.31 in B minor (pub.1908)

Klein, Karl August (1794–1870)

  • Piano Trio, Op.5 (acc. to RISM 403008999) (possibly also Op.3? pub. Schott, 1835.)
  • Violin Sonata in E (pub. Schott, 1832) (RISM 403009004)

Kleinmichel, Richard (1846–1901)

  • Fantasie-Ouverture in A major for orch., Op.25 (pub. Breitkopf&Härtel ca.1888. Free Library of Philadelphia has score and parts.)
  • Cello Sonata in D, Op.36 (pub.1881, Voigt of Kassel, Leipzig. Bavarian State Library has this, not scanned yet as of Dec. 2010?)
  • Symphony No. 2

Klengel, Julius (1859–1933)

  • Op.56, Suite for Cello in D minor
  • 2 pieces for 4 cellos, Op.5 (ca.1884 according to HMB. other op.5 is ca.1864, interestingly)
  • Variations for 4 cellos, Op.15 (pub.1886)
  • Theme with Variations for 4 cellos, Op.28 (pub.1892) (Sibley library has)
  • Impromptu for 4 cellos, Op.30 (pub.1892)
  • 4 pieces for 4 cellos, Op.33 (pub.1894) (Sibley has 1960 edition)
  • Small Suite for 3 cellos, Op.59 (pub.1924?) (Sibley has?)
  • String Sextet, Op.60 (pub.1924 by B&H - see Oct. 1924 HMB) (Sibley Library has)
  • 3 pieces for 2 cellos and piano (organ), Op.62 (pub.1931 - see May 1931 HMB)
  • Suite for cello and organ, Op.54
  • Chaconne in G minor for cello solo, Op.63 (B&H 1931)
  • String Quartet No.2, Op.34 (p.1894)
  • Cello Concerto No.4 in B minor, Op.37 (pub.1901)

Klengel, Paul (1854–1935)

  • Schumann 6 Stucke aus den "Waldszenen" : Op. 82 arr. Fur Violine, Bratsche u. Klavier Leipzig: Breitkopf & Hartel, Nr 1923
  • Bach,CPE Violoncell-Konzert : B-dur: W171 arr. Fur Viola u. Pfte Leipzig: Breitkopf & Hartel, Nr 1931
  • Brahms Walzer Op. 39 / Fur Pianoforte u. Viola bearb. von Paul Klengel Leipzig : J. Rieter-Biedermann, 1911
  • Brahms Intermezzi Op 116 nr 4 arr. cl or va p
  • Brahms Intermezzi Op 117 no 1 arr. va p
  • Busoni Albumblatt arr. va or vc p
  • Old Italian songs Simrock 1923 va p
  • Op 39 6 Stücke Va p BH 1910
  • Op 44 2 Charakterstücke va p; BH Volksausgabe 3390 1910
  • Op 45 Serenade v va BH Volksausgabe 3655 1912
  • Op 46 3 Romanzen Va p Kistner 1912
  • Op 48 4 Fantasiestücke Va p Kistner 1912
  • Handel Album Fur Bratsche (oder Violine) u.Klavier gesetzt von P Klengel Berlin Leipzig: N. Simrock, 1923

Klughardt, August (1847–1902)

  • Violin Concerto, Op.68 (pub.1895)

Knecht, Justin Heinrich (1752–1817)

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Kneller, Andreas (1649–1724)

  • Praeludium in D minor
  • Organ Works

Koch, Friedrich Ernst (1862–1927)

  • Symphony No.1, Op.4 'Von der Nordsee' (B&H, 1891)
  • Deutsche Rhapsodie, Op.31 (Violin Concerto in D major)

Kodály, Zoltán (1882–1967)

Under copyright worldwide, apart from earlier works (published before 1923) which are PD in the USA.
No posting without written permission from the copyright owner.

  • Hary Janos Suite
  • Sonatina for cello and piano (not sure if this is pre 1923)...

Koechlin, Charles (1867–1950)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

Sonata, cello and piano op.66 (1917)

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • Les Heures persanes, Op. 65 (pub. 1987)
  • Primavera (flute, violin, viola, cello, harp) 1936 (pub. 1985?)

Köhler, Bernhard (1830–1897)

date of death unknown; these works published in the 1890s (date of birth conjectural, based on assumption that the composer of these works is the right Bernhard Köhler listed in MusicSack)-

  • Scherzo for orchestra (p1896.)
  • String Sextet in A major (p1897) (copy of this and of scherzo at F.Lib.Phil.)

Köhler, Ernesto (1849–1907)

  • Flute Concerto, Op.97 (pub.1907)

Köhler, Gottlieb Heinrich (1765–1833)

  • 3 Flute Quartets, Op.150 (1826)

Köhler, Louis (1820–1886)

  • 12 Easy Studies, Op. 157

Kolb, Carlmann (1703–1765)

  • Certamen aonium (Augsburg, 1733)

Kontski, Anton de (1817–1899)

  • Piano trio, Op.152 (manuscript, U Coburg) (Op.152 is in HMB and Pazdirek as a romance for piano "Ne m’oubliez pas. Romance sans Paroles.", 1855, Warsaw: Friedlein. These works may be related, don't know.)
  • Grande sonate, Op.156 (ca.1855)
  • Piano Sonata No.2, Op.310 (pub.1881)

Kontski, Karol de (1815–1867)

  • String Quintet in G minor, Op.26 (pub.1856)

Kopprasch, Georg (1800–1833)

These are transcriptions of the horn etudes. In any case it would still be beneficial to have this here if a public domain edition exists. Horndude77 10:33, 22 October 2006 (EDT)

Kornauth, Egon (1891–1959)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Violin Sonata No.1 (E minor), Op.9 (pub.1920?)
  • Violin Sonata No.2 (D), Op.15 (©1917)
  • String Quartet in G minor, Op.26 (©1924)
  • Ballade (Cello and Orch.) Op.17 (©? 1923) (PD-CA-only prob.)
  • Clarinet Sonata (no.2), Op.5 (©1922)
  • String Quintet, Op.30 (©1925) (PD-CAetc)
  • String Sextet, Op.25 (©1925) (")

Korngold, Erich Wolfgang (1897–1957)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Der Ring des Polykrates, op. 7 (1916), both vocal and full scores (vocal score now uploaded)
  • Violanta, op. 8 (1916), full score
  • Das Wunder der Heliane, op. 20 (1927), full score
  • Die Kathrin, op. 28 (1939), both vocal and full scores
  • The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939)

Kortkamp, Jakob (ca.1615–ca.1665)

  • any Organ works
  • any Choral works

Kovařovic, Karel (1862–1920)

  • Piano Concerto, Op.6
  • Gavotte f. 3 V., Vla, Vcello u. Cb., Op.4 (pub.1884)

Kozeluch, Leopold (1747–1818)

  • String Quartets, Opp.32 (pub.1791)
  • Complete Piano Sonatas

Kralik, Mathilde (1857–1944)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.


  • Piano Trio in F (pub.1897)
  • Violin Sonata (pub.1879)
  • Weissblůme : Oper in drei Akten (pub.1909)

Kraus, Joseph Martin (1756–1792)

* Piano Sonata in E major VB 196

  • Requiem in d-moll (1775) VB 1
  • Oratorium Der Tod Jesu (1776) VB 17
  • Sinfonie in cis-moll (1782) VB 140
  • Sinfonie in e-moll (?) VB 141
  • Sinfonie in c-moll (1783) VB 142
  • Sinfonie in c-moll (1792) VB 148 ‘Symphonie funèbre’ (zur Aufbahrung des ermordeten Königs Gustav III.)
  • Etwas von und über Musik: fürs Jahr 1777, Frankfurt am Main 1778
  • Sinfonie in E Flat
  • Concerto for Viola and Cello in G major (?) VB 153a
  • Viola Concerto in C major (?) VB 153b
  • Viola Concerto in E Flat major (?) VB 153c

Krebs, Johann Gottfried (1741–1814)

  • any works

Krebs, Johann Ludwig (1713–1780)

  • Preludes and Fugues in C minor, D minor, F minor
  • Preludes in C minor and F minor
  • Cantatas
  • Magnificats
  • Masses
  • Oratorio

Krebs, Johann Tobias (1690–1762)

  • any works

Krehl, Stephan (1864–1924)

  • Cello Concerto, Op.37 (performed 1911-2-2) (orchestra parts at Temporary Leipzig City Library?) (RISM mentions but possibly cello solo part missing - can this be found? more useful if so)

Krein, Grigory (1879–1955)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

Published Work
Piano Sonata No.2, Op.27 (1924)

Kreisler, Fritz (1875–1962)

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Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.


  • Violin Concerto in C (?)
  • Cadenzas to Beethoven, Brahms, any other major violin concertos
  • Arrangment of Paganini's No. 1 Concerto

Krenek, Ernst (1900–1991)

Under copyright worldwide, apart from earlier works (published before 1923) which are PD in the USA.
No posting without written permission from the copyright owner.

  • Sonate fur klavier, op. 2 (pub. 1921)
  • String Quartet no. 1, op. 6 (pub. 1922) (full score)

Kreutzer, Conradin (1780–1849)

  • 3 Piano Concertos (Op.42 pub. Peters (plate 1471, ca.1825?), Op.50 pub. Simrock (plate 1611, ca.1820?), Op.65)

Krieger, Adam (1634–1666)

  • any works

Krieger, Johann (1651–1735)

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Krieger, Johann Philipp (1649–1725)

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Kroeger, Ernest Richard (1862–1934)

  • Piano Sonata, Op.40 in D major (pub.1899, B&H)
  • Fantaisie polonaise, morçeau de concert (pub.1890, Kunkel Brothers)
  • Suite in F minor for piano, Op.33 (pub.1896, B&H)

Krommer, Franz (1759–1831)

  • 3 String Quintets, Op.11
  • Quartet for Bassoon, 2 violas, and cello Opus 46
  • Flute Quintet, Op.55 imported from Sibley 7 January 2012
  • String Quintet, Op.88 (opp.11,55 and 88 in Sibley Limited Circulation in editions from 1790s)
  • String Quintet Op.80 (not even an arrangement of the Sinfonia Concertante Op.80 I think- Krommer's opus numbers are a mess, I still think Pdrta's system is preferable as any good system that can be agreed on and actually applies 1-1 to the works described). Pub André, 1817. At Bavarian Lib BSB and at the Peabody Conservatory.)
  • Symphonies (a few issued during the 20th century in modern scores, e.g. no.1 in F major. Royal Library of the Netherlands has symphonies 1-5, I think, in parts and in some cases, score in their original editions, however. No.8 is missing. Also, there are some unnumbered brief sinfonias- +to wishlist too.
  • Concerto for 2 clarinets, Orchestral parts, please - only a piano reduction available at the moment
  • Sinfonia Concertante for Flute, Clarinet, Violin and Orchestra in E flat major, op.70
  • Flute Concerto in e Minor op.86
  • Flute Concerto in G Major op.30
  • Flute Concerto in D Major op.44
  • Violin Concertos (nos.3-5 Opp.42-44 pub.ca.1804)

All Octet-Partitas (Harmonie)

  • Octet-Partita Op. 57 (First Edition Parts)
  • Octet-Partita Op. 67 (First Edition Parts)
  • Octet-Partita Op. 69 (First Edition Parts), (Musica rara edition score and parts)
  • Octet-Partita Op. 73 (First Edition Parts)
  • Octet-Partita Op. 76 (First Edition Parts)
  • Octet-Partita Op. 77 (First Edition Parts)
  • Octet-Partita Op. 78 (Score), (First Edition Parts)
  • Octet-Partita Op. 79 (First Edition Parts), (Musica rara edition score and parts)

Krug, Arnold (1849–1904)

  • String Quartet in F, Op.96 (pub.1900)

Kudelski, Carl Matthias (1805–1877)

  • String Quartet in E, Op.30 (pub.1871)

Küchler, Ferdinand (1867–1937)

  • Concertino in Style of Vivaldi in D, Op. 15 (seems not to have been published in the time frame to be PD-US (though PD-CA. Of his works at Sibley, e.g., a Violin Method was published in 1914. Op.15 could be uploaded by someone in Canada or Europe, I suspect- Schissel)

Kücken, Friedrich Wilhelm (1810–1882)

  • Waldleben, Op.79 - parts needed
  • Violin or Cello & piano duo and sonata Op.90 (pub.1870. LoC has Op.90/1 in Cello/piano form)
  • 2 Violin Sonatas, Op.16 (Schuberth, 1838/39)
  • Russisch. Fantasie for orchestra, Op.108 (Kistner, 1878)

Küffner, Joseph (1776–1856)

  • Symphonies
  • Viola Concerto No. 1 in D, Op.57
  • String Quartets, Opp.52, 90 and 178

Kuhlau, Friedrich (1786–1832)

  • Duet in G minor for 2 flutes (... maybe opus 81 no.3?)
  • Op. 47, "Eurydice In Tartarus"; music for drama (By Jens Immanuel Baggesen). Key: ? - Composed in 1816 / Overture published in 1823 (we have the ov. arr. for piano duet)
  • Piano Quartet No.3, Op.108 posth. (pub.1833)
  • Op. 52 piano sonatas (pub.1823)

Kuhnau, Johann (1660–1722)

  • Passion pastische "Wer ist der, so von Edom kömmt"
  • Keyboard works not already included in library
  • Motette " Tritis est anima mea"

Kullak, Theodor (1818–1882)

  • Piano trio in E, Op.77 (C.F. Peters, 1853)

Kummer, Kaspar (1795–1870)

  • Trio, Op. 24
  • Flute & Strings Quartet Op.49 (BNF has a copy of this, pub. by A. Farrenc. Senckenberg U. has in their lib. a Simrock/Farrenc copub. with plate 2702.)
  • Flute & Strings Quartet Op.37 (" ") (Coburg has a Simrock-published copy, also, plate 2540.)
  • Flute & Strings Quartet Op.47 (Senckenberg has this - Simrock/Farrenc - ca.1828, plate 2693)

Kunc, Pierre (1865–1941)

Works first published after 1963 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.

  • Sortie fugueé (1905)
  • Adagietto (1905)
  • Poème funèbre (1911)
  • Communion in Db (1911)
  • Organ Symphonie in Dm
  • Douze pièces sur des noels francais

Kunzen, Johann Paul (1696–1757)

  • Passion setting
  • Instrumental music
  • Church music
  • Cantata cycle
  • Abendmusik

Kursch, Richard (1879–1949)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.


  • Early Lieder, Op.5; Op.11
  • Article "Jankoklavier und Harmonium als Lehrfach." in Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, 1906
  • 3 Intermezzi, Op.24 (harmonium and piano) (pub.1902)
  • Romantic Episode for violin and piano (pub.1936 - PD-CA-only most likely)
  • Miniature Suite for violin and piano (pub.1933 in pieces. PD-CA-only most likely)

Kuula, Toivo (1883–1918)

  • Orjan poika
  • Häämarssi (Wedding march) it that's Op3-Nº2, it's already uploaded.

Kuyper, Elisabeth (1877–1953)

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Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Serenade in D minor (for orchestra), Op.8 (pub.1911)
  • Violin Sonata in A, Op.1 (pub.1902)

Kuznetsov, Aleksandr (1847–1918)


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