List of works by Arnold Trowell

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Works with Opus Number

For cello and piano unless otherwise identified.

  • Op.1 - ?
  • Op.2 - ?
  • Op.3 - [2 Pieces] (London: Schott, 1922).
  1. Chansonette
  2. Le rappel des oiseaux. Étude-caprice
  • Op.4 - 12 Morceaux faciles. 4 books (Schott, 1921). Dedicated to William Edward Whitehouse.
  1. Mélodie
  2. Idylle
  3. Chanson sans paroles
  4. Menuet
  5. Gavotte (G major)
  6. Petite marche
  7. Arioso
  8. Valsette
  9. Méditation
  10. Humoresque
  11. Chanson villageoise
  12. Arlequin
  • Op.5 - 6 Pieces in the first position. 2 books (London: Schott, 1920).
  1. Arietta
  2. Chanson sans paroles (G major)
  3. Gavotte (C major)
  4. Lullaby (Berceuse) (F major)
  5. Columbine
  6. Chanson de printemps
  • Op.6 - 6 Pieces for 2 violins and piano (Schott). Dedicated to Ernest Symes.
  1. Minuetto (A major)
  2. Nocturne (F major)
  3. Badinage (D major)
  4. Repos d'amour (A major)
  5. Humoresque (D major)
  • Op.7 - 3 Pieces for cello (or violin) and piano.
  1. Mélodie (D major) (London: Schott, 1917)
  2. Berceuse (D major)
  3. Mazurka-caprice with piano accompaniment
  • Op.8 - Elegy with piano accompaniment.
  • Op.9 - ?
  • Op.10 (Schott) - Sommeil d'enfant (London: Schott, 1926). Dedicated to Moira Huey.
  • Op.10 (II) - Chant nègre with piano accompaniment.
  • Op.11 - 6 Morceaux (Style ancien, [1st Series]) (London: Schott, 1922). Also arranged for string quartet (No.1).
  1. Air
  2. Roundelay (published 1918). Dedicated to H.P. Ambler.
  3. Menuet (G major)
  4. Bourrée. Dedicated to Jean Gérardy.
  5. Sarabande
  6. Gigue-scherzo. Dedicated to Emil Sachse.
  • Op.12 (Bunz) - Rêverie du soir for cello (or violin) with piano accompaniment (London: Bunz & Co., 1907) to my friend Miss Constance Cash.
  • Op.12 (II) - Scherzo [No.1] with piano accompaniment to my dear parents.
  • Op.13 - Rondo antico with piano accompaniment.
  • Op.14 - Tarantella No.1 with piano accompaniment.
  • Op.15 - 6 Morceaux (Style ancien, 2nd Series/Suite) (London: Schott).
  1. Siciliano
  2. Gavotte (D major) (published 1923)
  3. Pavanne (on an old French air) (published 1923). Dedicated to Frances Barnard
  4. Courante
  5. Pastorale (published 1923). Dedicated to Kathleen Walsh
  6. Rigaudon (published 1926). Dedicated to Margaret Napier
  • Op.16 - Nocturne No.1 in D major with piano accompaniment (Mainz: Schott, 1909).
  • Op.17 - 4 Morceaux.
  1. Nocturne No.2 (D major)
  2. Mignonnette
  3. Capriccio
  4. Mazurka (A major)
  • Op.18 - 3 Morceaux for piano (Laudy & Co., 1908).
No.1 first performed 1908-02 [Ruth Troward].
  1. Capriccio
  2. Nocturne. Dedicated to Miss Gladys Gorton
  3. Valse-scherzo. Dedicated to Garnet Carrington (his brother)
  • Op.19 - Celtic Rhapsody with piano accompaniment.
  • Op.20 - 6 Morceaux, 1ère série (London: Schott, 1908).
  1. Berceuse
  2. Mazurka
  3. Sérénade
  4. Élégie
  5. Barcarolle
  6. Caprice
  • Op.21 - Viola Sonata in E-flat major (Schott). Dedicated to Lionel Tertis.
  • Op.22 - 6 Morceaux faciles, 2ème série (London: Schott, 1909). Originally published in a collection with Op.20.
  1. Gondoliera
  2. Menuet
  3. Souvenir
  4. Valse
  5. Chanson triste
  6. Tarantelle
  • Op.23 - Cello Sonata No.1 in E minor [lost; sketch only].
  • Op.24 - Violin Sonata No.1 in G major (London: Novello, 1918). Dedicated to Garnet Carrington.
  • Op.25 - String Quartet No.1 in G major (London: Novello, 1916). Dedicated to J. Howard Bliss.
  • Op.26 - 6 Morceaux lyriques for piano. 3 books (Laudy & Co., 1909).
  1. Prière
  2. Valse
  3. Barcarolle
  4. Marche
  5. Rêverie
  6. Tarantelle
  • Op.27 - Violin Sonata No.2 in A minor. Dedicated to Ferencz Hegedüs.
  • Op.28 - ?
  • Op.29 - Tarantelle for violin and piano (London: Laudy & Co., 1911). Dedicated to Efrem Zimbalist.
  • Op.30 - Cello Sonata [No.2] in F major.
  • Op.31 - ?
  • Op.32 (Novello) - Trio on Ancient Irish Folk-Tunes in D major for violin, cello and piano (London: Novello, 1918).
  • Op.32 (II) - Requiem for violin and cello à la mémoire de Alfredo Piatti.
  • Op.32 (III) - See Works without Opus Number (Chamber)
  • Op.33 - Cello Concerto [No.1] in D minor (London: Schott, 1909).
  • Op.34 - Nocturne for violin with piano accompaniment to my dear sister Dolly (Muriel Dorothy).
  • Op.35 - Violin Concerto [No.1] in B minor (1913 or earlier). Dedicated to Mischa Elman.
First performed 1913 in Bournemouth.
  • Op.36 (I) - Cello Concerto No.2 in E minor.
  • Op.36 (II) - Overture-Fantasie: Aglavaine et Sélysette [sic] après [Maurice] Maeterlinck for orchestra [several parts lost] (1912 or earlier).
First performed 1912-03-07.
  • Op.37 - Lamento for violin with piano accompaniment (Bonn: Beethoven-Haus, 1907) à mon cher ami Rodolphe Bottermund.
  • Op.38 - ?
  • Op.39 - Symphony in G minor.
  • Op.40 - ?
  • Op.41 - ?
  • Op.42 - ?
  • Op.43 - The Water of Peneois [sic]. Symphonic poem for orchestra.
  • Op.44 (I) - Violin Concerto [No.2] in D minor [fragment only].
  • Op.44 (II) - String Quartet in A major.
  • Op.45 - Piano Quintet in F minor (London: Novello, 1920). Dedicated to Ernest Innes.
  • Op.46 (I) - Cello Concerto No.3 in B minor.
  • Op.46 (II) - 6 Morceaux with piano accompaniment, 3ème série. See also Works without Opus Number (Chamber) (No.1)
  1. Nocturne/Cantabile(?)
  2. Mazurka
  3. Rêverie
  4. Valse
  5. Feuillet d'album
  6. Capriccio
  • Op.47 - 3 Morceaux for piano.
  1. Minuetto
  2. Mazurka (F minor). Dedicated to his mother
  3. Meditation (1910 or earlier)
  • Op.48 - 3 Nocturnes for string quartet (1916 or earlier).
First performance 1916-06-22.
  1. Dryads
  2. Sea Sprites
  3. Aphrodite
  • Op.49 - 3 Airs irlandais for cello (or violin) and piano (Schott, ca.1918).
  1. The Londonberry Air
  2. Irish Lullaby
  3. The Foggy Dew
  • Op.50 - 2 Songs [Heine] (London: Laudy & Co., 1912). Dedicated to Blanche Marchesi.
  1. Nacht liegt auf dem fremden Wegen
  2. Mädchen mit dem roten Mündchen
  • Op.51 - 6 Morceaux, 4ème série (1914 or earlier(?), revised 1957).
  1. Feuille d'album
  2. Scène d'amour / Scène dansante
  3. Rêverie
  4. Valse-bluette
  5. Souvenir triste
  6. Tarantelle
  • Op.52 - [4 Pieces].
  1. Chanson sans paroles (Mainz: Schott, 1910)
  2. Valse-scherzo (Mainz: Schott, 1910)
  3. Caprice ancien (London: Schott, 1923)
  4. Cradle Song (A major)
  • Op.53 - Technology of Violoncello Playing. 3 volumes (London: Schott, 1923; 25). Dedicated to Herbert Walenn. See also Works without Opus Number (Chamber)
  • Op.54 - [2 Pieces] (London: Schott, 1926).
  1. Daydreams
  2. An Old-Time Measure to Pamela
  • Op.55 - Cello Concerto No.2 [No.4] in B minor.
  • Op.56 - 3 Pieces for violin and piano (Mainz: Schott, 1910).
  1. Passé lointain. Dedicated to Mischa Elman
  2. Valse-bluette
  3. Minuetto rococo
  • Op.57 - Valse peu dansante in A major for violin and piano (1910 or earlier).
Performed 1910 [Anton Maskoff].
  • Op.58 - ?
  • Op.59 - Cello Concerto No.4 [No.5] in G minor.
  • Op.60 - ?
  • Op.61 - ?
  • Op.62 - ?
  • Op.63 - ?
  • Op.64 - ?
  • Op.65 - [2 Pieces] (London: Laudy & Co., 1912).
  1. Mémoire. Dedicated to Walter Hatton
  2. Pezzo capriccioso [lost]
  • Op.66 - ?
  • Op.67 - ?
  • Op.68 - Cello Concerto No.5 [No.6] in A minor.
  • Op.69 - ?
  • Op.70 - ?
  • Op.71 - ?
  • Op.72 - ?
  • Op.73 - Cello Concerto No.6 [No.7] in C minor.

Works with Opus Number

Chamber

  • Violin Sonata in D minor (1904).
  • String Quartet in E-flat minor ('Op.32') [2nd violin part only] (1911 or earlier).
First performed 1911 in Manchester
  • Scherzo No.2 in A major for cello and piano (1914 or earlier).
  • Hymn to Saint Cecilia (1914 or earlier(?)).
  • Valse-reflet in G-flat major for cello and piano (1914 or earlier(?)).
First performed 1914-06-24.
  • String Quartet in D major (1917 or earlier) [lost?].
First performed 1917 in London.
  • Hungarian Cradle Song for cello and piano (1930 or earlier).
First performed 1930-04-05.
  • String Quartet in F major (XXXX-1936) [incomplete; 1st movement, sketches only].
  • Witch's Flight for cello and piano (1940s).
  • Piano Trio [No.1] in G minor (1942 ca.) [unfinished].
  • Cello Sonata No.5 in G minor (1946).
  • Violin Sonata in D major (1950) [3rd movement only].
  • Oboe Sonata in D major (1950s).
  • 6 Sonatas for violin (1950s). Several originally conceived movements unfinished.
  • Duet for 2 cellos (1954 or earlier).
  • Caprice and Novelette for violin and piano.
  • Caprice nègre for cello and piano.
  • Cello Sonata [No.3] in B minor [incomplete].
  • Cello Sonata [No.4] in A minor.
  • Chanson créole for cello and piano.
  • 2 Easy Exercises in Double-stops.
  • Elegy (Andante) for 4 cellos.
  • Entrata e allegro vivamente in E minor for cello and piano. Probably the same as Trowell's arrangement of Vitali's Entrata e allegro vivamente (see below)
  • Negro Serenade [lost].
  • Negro Folksong.
  • Nocturne No.3 in D-flat major for cello and piano. Possibly Op.46 No.1.
  • Nocturne No.4 in B major for cello and piano. Possibly Op.46 No.1.
  • Piano Trio No.2 in F minor.
  • Rhapsodie celtique ["rough pencil copy" only].
  • 24 Studies for cello. Probably intended as a 4th volume of Op.53.
  • 27 Studies for cello. Originally conceived as 6 suites (36 movements).
  • Tarantella for 4 cellos.

Orchestral

  • Big Claus and Little Claus: Scherzo (1914 or earlier).
  • Niobe. Symphonic poem (1918 or earlier).
First performed 1918 in Harrogate.
  • The Sirens of Paros. Symphonic poem [lost] (1919 or earlier).
First performed 1919 in Bournemouth.
  • The Legend of Hylas. Symphonic poem (1928 or earlier).
  • Rhapsody for flute and orchestra (1928-1929 ca.).
First performed 1931-03-08.
  • The Golden Age: Childhood (1929-1930).
  • Caprice for cello and strings.

Vocal

  • Donald the Black for baritone and piano.
  • Helen of Kirconnell [sic]. Ballad for baritone and orchestra.

Arrangements

  • 3 String Trios by J.S. Bach (London: Augener, 1924) (see below).
  • Œuvres classiques, première série for violin (or cello) and piano (Schott, 1926).
  • Cello Concerto in D major by [Carl Ditters von] Dittersdorf. This is almost certainly an original work by Trowell.
  • Piano music by J. D. Davis.

Bach, Johann Sebastian

  • Sonata for Viola da Gamba in G minor, BWV 1029, for string trio (London: Augener, 1924).
  • Violin Sonata in A major, BWV 1015, for string trio (London: Augener, 1924).
  • Violin Sonata in B minor, BWV 1014, for string trio (London: Augener, 1924).
  • Bourrée, for violin (or cello).
  • Flute Sonata in E minor, BWV 1034, for cello and piano.
  • Trio Sonata in C minor.
  • Trio Sonata in D major.
  • Violin Sonata in E major, BWV 1016, for cello and piano (D major).
  • Violin Sonata in G major, BWV 1019, for cello and piano.

Beethoven, Ludwig van

  • Cavatina from String Quartet No.13, Op.130, for cello and piano.

Benda, Franz

  • Capriccio, for cello and piano (A major).

Brahms, Johannes

  • Waltz in A major, Op.39 No.15, for cello and piano (A major) (Schott, 1923).

Chopin, Frédéric

  • Étude in C minor, Op.25 No.7, for cello and piano.
  • Mazurka in A minor, Op.67 No.4, for cello and piano.
  • Mazurka in A minor, Op.7 No.2, for cello and piano.
  • Mazurka in A minor, Op.Posth., for cello and piano.
  • Mazurka in A major, Op.50 No.2, for cello and piano.
  • Mazurka in D major, for cello and piano.
  • Mazurka in E major, Op.6 No.3, for cello and piano (D minor).
  • Mazurka in G minor, Op.24 No.1, for cello and piano (A minor).
  • Polonaise-fantaisie, Op.61, for cello and piano.

Dittersdorf, Carl Ditters von

  • Andante cantabile, for cello and piano (Schott, 1923).
  • Scherzo in A major, for cello and piano.

Dvořák, Antonín

  • Larghetto from Sonatina, Op.100, for cello and piano (A minor).

Francœur, Louis

  • Violin Sonata in E major, ILF 3 No.4, for cello and piano (Schott, 1924).

Geminiani, Francesco

  • Pastorale in G major, for cello and piano.

Grazioli, Giovan Battista [Graziolo?]

  • Andante cantabile in B major, for cello and piano.
  • Lacrymosa, for cello and piano.

Grieg, Edvard

  • Gjætergut, Op.54 No.1, for cello and piano (A minor).

Handel, George Frideric

  • Aria and Rondo giocoso, for cello and piano.
  • Violin Sonata in G minor, HWV 364a, for cello and piano (D major).

Haydn, Joseph

  • Cello Concerto No.2 in D major, Hob.VIIb:2 (London: Augener, 1924).
  • Allegro scherzoso, for cello and piano.
  • Minuet in A major, for cello and piano. Possibly an arrangement of a minuet by Michael Haydn.

Lalo, Édouard

  • Cello Concerto, for cello and piano (London: Augener, 1924).

Lully, Jean-Baptiste

  • Gigue in E minor, for cello and piano. Possibly an arrangement of a gigue by another member of the Lully family.

Mendelssohn, Felix

  • Auf Flügeln des Gesanges, Op.34 No.2, for cello and piano (D major).

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

  • 6 Minuets, for violin (or cello) and piano (Schott, 1925).
  • Clarinet Concerto in A major, K.622, for cello and piano (London: Augener, 1926).
  • Aria in G major, for cello and piano.
  • Larghetto, for cello and piano.
  • Rondo in A major, for cello and piano.

Schubert, Franz

  • Ständchen, for cello and piano (Schott, 1923).
  • Ave Maria, for cello and piano.
  • Ballet from Rosamunde, D.797, for cello and piano.

Schumann, Robert

  • Abendlied, for cello and piano (Schott, 1918).
  • Wiegenliedchen, Op.124 No.6, for cello and piano.

Tessarini, Carlo

  • Cello Sonata in F major, for cello and piano (Schott, 1923).