Category talk:Mayer, Emilie

non-posthumous works seem to go up to

around opus 48, notturno in D minor for violin and piano, published in 1883 (ok, am assuming not posthumous, even if HMB published it slightly after April- depending on how HMB worked and exactly what HMB was.) Eric 22:38, 28 March 2011 (UTC) (the opus 48 may still exist-- at least, the British Library catalog still lists it. not a scanning institution at this time, though.) further btw - opus 47 is her cello sonata, published February 1883 acc. HMB. Bavarian library has this apparently but hasn't yet scanned :) -- other large-scale works (may prepare a full worklist later though): piano trios in E minor op12 (pub1861), D major op13 (p.1862), B minor op.16(p.1862); violin sonatas in F major op.17 (p1863), A minor op.18 (p1864), E minor op.19 (p.1867), D minor op.29 (p.1869); cello sonata in D minor op.38 (p.1873), in C major op.40(p.1874); op.46 Faust-Overture for orchestra (p.1880). All keys and dates are from Hofmeister which like contemporary music journals etc., does sometimes get keys wrong, often by a third (E minor for G major, e.g.) so check the actual piece if found... Eric 22:50, 28 March 2011 (UTC)

Also at SBB

Manuscript string quartet in A (ca.1855?) - not sure if published/performed for the first time too recently (copyright status) but since SBB is able to host/scan it I am guessing not... link is here. Eric 15:48, 4 November 2011 (UTC)