List of works by Andreas Ehrhardt

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Contents

Sources:

  • Hofmeisters Monatsberichte

Works with Opus Number

  • Op.1 - ?
  • Op.2 - Piano Sonata in G major (Hamburg: G.W. Niemeyer, 1854).
  • Op.3 - ?
  • Op.4 - Violin Sonatina in G major (Hamburg: Schuberth & Co., 1866).
  • Op.5 - ?
  • Op.6 - Violin Sonata [No.1] in D minor (Hamburg: August Cranz, 1869).
  • Op.7 - 2 Lieder for 4-part male chorus (Schleswig: Heiberg, 1871).
  1. Noch ist die blühende, goldene Zeit — Otto Roquette
  2. Wanderlied
  • Op.8 - 3 Fantasiestücke for violin and piano (Schleswig: Heiberg, 1870; Hamburg: G.W. Niemeyer, 1876).
  • Op.9 - 3 Kriegslieder for 4-part male chorus (Schleswig: Heiberg, 1870).
  1. Hurrah, Germania!: Hurrah du stolzes, schönes Weib
  2. Die Losung bleibt: Tod oder Sieg! — August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben
  3. O, du, Deutschland, ich muß marschieren — Ernst Moritz Arndt
  • Op.10 - Notturno in G major for piano (Schleswig: Heiberg, 1871).
  • Op.11 - Barcarole in A major for piano (Schleswig: Heiberg, 1871).
  • Op.12 - 2 Kammerstücke for violin with piano accompaniment (Hamburg: Hugo Pohle, 1871).
  • Op.13 - ?
  • Op.14 - Violin Sonata [No.2] in E minor (Hamburg: Hugo Pohle, 1871).
  • Op.15 - Piano Trio in A major (Mainz: Schott, 1872).
  • Op.16 - 3 Trios für Anfänger for violin, cello and piano. 3 books (Hamburg: G.W. Niemeyer, 1873).
  • Op.17 - 6 Progressive Sonatinen for 2 violins in first position (Hamburg: G.W. Niemeyer, 1875).
  1. Sonata in C major
  2. Sonata in G major
  3. Sonata in D major
  4. Sonata in A major
  5. Sonata in E minor
  6. Sonata in A minor
  • Op.18 - Leichtes Trio in G major for 2 violins and cello. [1te Folge der leichten Trios, No.1] (Hamburg: G.W. Niemeyer, 1876).
  • Op.19 - String Trio in E minor ("Mittelschwer") [1te Folge der leichten Trios, No.2] (Hamburg: G.W. Niemeyer, 1877).
  • Op.20 - Leichte Fantasiestücke for cello (or violin) and piano (Hamburg: G.W. Niemeyer, 1876).
  • Op.21 - Violin Sonata [No.3] in C major ("Leicht") (Hamburg: Schuberth & Co., 1876).
  • Op.22 - Études-fantaisies. 3 Impromptus for violin with piano accompaniment (Hamburg: August Cranz, 1879).
  1. Impromptu in G major
  2. Impromptu in E minor
  3. Impromptu in D major

Arrangements with Wichtl

  • Wichtl, G., Op. 66. Le petit Violoniste. Morceaux faciles et brillants sur des Thèmes d’Opéras favoris, continué p. A. Ehrhardt. 16 Cahiers. Hamburg, Cranz. Edition p. 2 Violons – Violon seul .
Cah. 1. Verdi, II Trovatore. Bellini, La Straniera. Rossini, Tell. – 2. Donizetti, Don Pasquale. Verdi, La Traviata. Donizetti, Beatrice di Tenda. – 3. Rossini, Otello. Donizetti, Lucrezia. Verdi, Les Vêpres siciliennes. – 4. Bellini, La Sonnambula. Rossini, Moïse. Donizetti, Lucia. – 5. Verdi, Ernani. Bellini, Puritani. Rossini, Barbier. – 6. Donizetti, Belisar. Verdi, Nabucco. Bellini, Norma. – 7. Donizetti, La Favorite. Verdi, Rigoletto. Bellini, Montecchi et Capuletti. – 8. Donizetti, Maria di Rohan. Verdi, I Lombardi. Donizetti, L’Elisire d’Amore. – 9. Verdi, Un Ballo in Maschera. Suppé, Fatinitza. Strauss, Fledermaus. – 10. Weber, Freischütz. Mozart, Don Juan. Boïeldieu, Weisse Dame. – 11. Balfe, Zigeunerin. Strauss, Prinz Methusalem. Weber, Oberon. – 12. Méhul, Joseph. Nicolai, Lustigen Weiber. Mozart, Zauberflöte. – 13. Werstoffsky, La Tombe d’Ascold. Mendelssohn, Sommernachtstraum. Mozart, Figaro’s Hochzeit. – 14. Lortzing, Leben für den Czaar. Suppé, Boccaccio. Kreutzer, Nachtlager. Cah. 15. Suppé, Schöne Galathea. Strauss, Indigo; Cagliostro. – 16. Suppé, Leichte Cavallerie. Weber, Preciosa. Flotow, Martha. 1883.