List of works by Ebenezer Prout

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Works with Opus Number

  • Op.3 - Piano Quintet in G major (London: Augener & Co., ca.1870). Performed 1881.
  • Op.4 - Organ Sonata (London: Augener & Co., 1872/3).
  • Op.5 - Concerto in E minor for Organ and Orchestra (London: Augener & Co., 1872/3).
  • Op.6 - Concertante Duet in A major for piano and harmonium (London: Augener & Co., ca.1900).
  • Op.7 - Magnificat for solo voices, chorus, and orchestra (London: Stanley Lucas, Weber & Co., ca.1876).
  • Op.8 - Evening Service in E flat major (London, ca.1876)
  • Op.9 - Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in F major (London, ca.1876)
  • Op.10 - ?
  • Op.11 - ?
  • Op.12 - Hereward. A dramatic cantata: the libretto written by William Grist; the music composed for, and dedicated to, the Borough of Hackney Choral Association (London: Novello, Ewer & Co., 1895). Premiered June 4, 1879.
  • Op.13 - The Morning and Evening Service Together with the Office for the Holy Communion.
  • Op.14 - Minuet and Trio for Orchestra. Full Score published Augener, 1881 (see Monthly Musical Record, May 1 1881, pp. 83 (excerpt) & 96). Also published for piano and piano duet.
  • Op.16 - Alfred. A dramatic cantata. The libretto by William Grist (London: Augener & Co., ca.1885).
  • Op.17 - Flute Sonata (London: Rudall, Carte & Co, n.d. [1883]).
  • Op.19 - Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in D major (London, ca.1883).
  • Op.20 - Freedom. An Ode for Baritone Solo, Chorus, and Orchestra. The words written by the Rev. P. T. Forsyth (London, ca.1885).
  • Op.21 - Queen Aimée, or, The maiden's crown: cantata for female voices: the words written by Jetty Vogel (London: Novello, Ewer, and Co., ca.1885).
  • Op.22 - Symphony No.3 in F major (London: Novello, Ewer, & Co., n.d. [1885]).
  • Op.23 - The Hundredth Psalm, for soprano solo, chorus, and orchestra, organ ad lib. (London & New York, ca.1886).
  • Op.24 - The Red Cross Knight. A dramatic cantata ... by W. Grist (London: Novello, Ewer & Co., ca.1887).
  • Op.25 - Damon and Phintias. A dramatic cantata for male voices (soli and chorus) and orchestra: the libretto written by R.W. Bloor (London: Novello, Ewer, and Co., ca.1889).
  • Op.26 - Clarinet Sonata in D major (London: Augener & Co., ca.1890). Also arranged by the composer for viola and piano.
  • Op.27 - When the Lord turned. Anthem for Solo and Chorus (London: Novello & Co., ca.1876).
  • Op.28 - Suite de Ballet for Orchestra (London: Augener & Co., ca.1892).
  • Op.29 - We give Thee Thanks, O Lord God Almighty. Anthem for eight voices (London: Augener & Co., ca.1895).
  • Op.30 - ?
  • Op.31 - Jesu dulcis memoria. Chorus for female voices (London: C. Vincent, 1899).
  • Op.32 - Romance for the Viola and Piano (London: Augener & Co., ca.1900).
  • Op.33 - Suite for Small Orchestra or Piano (London: Vincent Music Co., ca.1906).
  • Op.34 - Salve Regina for female chorus, strings, and organ (London: Vincent Music Co., 1906).
  • Op.35 - Organ Concerto No.2 (in E major?) (London: Vincent Music Co., 1909).

Works without Opus Number

  • Symphony No.1 in C major (1873)
  • Symphony No.2 in G minor (1876)
  • Symphony No.4 in D major (Allegro - Largo - Scherzo - Finale) 1886, premiered? February 29, 1887.
  • Requiem Mass (1856-57)


  • Harmony: Its Theory and Practice (London: Augener, 1889).
  • Counterpoint, Strict and Free (1890).
  • Double Counterpoint and Canon (1891).
  • Fugue (1891).
  • Fugal Analysis (1892).
  • Musical Form (1893).
  • Applied Forms (1895).
  • The Orchestra (volume 1: 1898; volume 2: 1899).