List of works by Egon Wellesz

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Works with Opus Number

  • Op.1 - Unpublished lieder (presumably before 1910).
  • Op.2 - Heldensang, prelude for orchestra (1905).
  • Op.3 - Wie ein Bild (Peter Altenberg, 1906), lieder.
  • Op.4 - Der Abend.
  • Op.5 - Gebet der Mädchen zu Maria for soprano, female chorus and orchestra (Rainer Maria Rilke, 1910).
  • Op.6 - 3 Skizzen (1910, published 1963).
  1. Verträumt.
  2. Heftig.
  3. Trotzig.
  • Op.7 - Lieder der Mädchen for voice and piano (Rainer Maria Rilke, 1912).
  • Op.7a - Lieder der Mädchen for voice and small orchestra (Rainer Maria Rilke, 1912).
  • Op.8 - 5 Kirschblütenlieder (1912). 5 Japanese songs (Hans Bethge, translator) for soprano or baritone and piano.
  1. Sehnsucht nach der Nachtigall.
  2. Der Blütenzweig.
  3. Blütenschnee.
  4. Leichtes Spiel.
  5. Blüten.
  • Op.9 - 3 Klavierstücke (1911).
  1. Anmutig bewegt.
  2. Lebhaft.
  3. Thema mit Variationen.
  • Op.10 - Tänze for piano (1912).
  • Op.11 - Eklogen.
  • Op.12 - Vorfrühling for orchestra (1912).
  • Op.13 - 3 Studies (1912-13).
  1. Etüde. Allegretto.
  2. Leidenschaftlich bewegt.
  3. Lebhaft.
  • Op.14 - String Quartet No.1 in 5 movements.
  • Op.15 - Lieder aus der Fremde (1913) for voice and piano (Hans Bethge, translator).
  • Op.16 - Suite for Orchestra (1913).
  • Op.17 - Epigramme for piano (1912-14, published 1921).
  • Op.18 - Das Wunder der Diana (1914–17), ballet after Béla Balázs.
  • Op.19 - not used.
  • Op.20 - String Quartet No.2 "in G minor".
  • Op.21 - Idyllen.
  • Op.22 - Lieder nach Dichtungen von Stephan George (1917).
  • Op.23 - Geistliches Lied (Francis Jammes) for middle voice, violin, viola and piano (1918-19, published 1919).
  • Op.24 - 3 Lieder (Ernst Stadler, 1918?).
  1. Betörung.
  2. Der Morgen.
  3. Reinigung.
  • Op.25 - String Quartet No.3 in D minor (1918, published 1997 by Doblinger).
  • Op.26 - 6 Klavierstücke (1919).
  1. Tranquillo.
  2. Moderato.
  3. Lento.
  4. Allegretto.
  5. Adagio.
  6. Wuchtig.
  • Op.27 - Die Prinzessin Girnara (1919–1920), libretto by Jakob Wassermann.
  • Op.28 - String Quartet No.4 (1920).
  • Op.29 - 2 [3] Studies (1921).
  1. Langsam.
  2. Sehr ruhig.
  3. Leidenschaftlich.
  • Op.30 - Persisches Ballett.
  • Op.31 - Cello Sonata (1920, published 1923).
  • Op.32 - Aurora (1920). Lieder for coloratura soprano and piano.
  • Op.33 - Achilles auf Skyros (1921), ballet after Hugo von Hofmannsthal.
  • Op.34 - 2 Stücke for Clarinet and Piano (1922, published 1923).
  1. Moderato.
  2. Andante appassionato.
  • Op.35 - Alkestis (1922-23, published 1923), Libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal after Euripides.
  • Op.36 - Sonata for Violin Solo (1923).
  • Op.37 - Die Nächtlichen: Tanzsinfonien (1924), ballet scene after Max Terpis.
  • Op.38 - Suite for violin and small orchestra.
  • Op.39 - Suite for violoncello solo (1924).
  • Op.40 - Die Opferung des Gefangenen (1924–25), Stage drama after Eduard Stucken.
  • Op.41 - Scherz, List und Rache (1927), libretto after Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
  • Op.42 - 5 Tanzstücke (1927, published 1929).
  1. Langsam, Kraftvoll.
  2. Pastorale.
  3. Allegretto grazioso.
  4. Lebhaft.
  5. Getragen – Allegro energico – Mächtig – Langsam.
  • Op.43 - 3 gemischte Chöre (Angelus Silesius, 1930).
  1. Wo ist mein Aufenthalt?
  2. Blüh auf, gefrorner Christ.
  3. Mensch, werd aus Gott geboren.
  • Op.44 - Die Bakchantinnen (1930 or earlier), libretto by the composer after Euripides, opera in 2 acts.
  • Op.44a - Hymne der Agave. Concert adaptation of Op.44 for soprano and orchestra (1931).
  • Op.45 - Mitte des Lebens (anonymous texts as well as words by R.A. Schroeder, Angelus Silesius, Alfred Brust and from psalms). Cantata for soprano, mixed chorus and orchestra (1930/31).
  • Op.46 - 5 kleine Männerchöre (Ludwig Derleth, 1932).
  1. Wenn die Rebe wieder blüht.
  2. Lernt den reinen Text der Liebe.
  3. Willst du´s erzwingen?
  4. Seele, was zagst du, verzehrst Dich in Sorgen.
  5. Lasset eure Freuden wandern.
  • Op.47 - 3 geistliche Männerchöre (Rudolf Alexander Schroeder, 1932).
  1. Vor Morgen, o Herr, die Nacht ist ungewiss.
  2. Du musst es lernen.
  3. Advent.
  • Op.48 - Zwei Gesänge (1932) based on poems from Mitte des Lebens by Rudolf Alexander Schröder.
  1. Erst die Mitternacht
  2. An den Abendstern
  • Op.49 - Piano Concerto (1933, published 1935).
  • Op.50 - Amor Timido (Pietro Metastasio). Aria for coloratura soprano and small orchestra (1933).
  • Op.51 - Mass in F minor for 4 voices, mixed chorus and organ (1934).
  • Op.56 - Suite for violin and piano (1937/1957).
  • Op.57 - Suite for Solo Flute (1937).
  • Op.58 - Schönbüheler Messe, mass in C major for female chorus, orchestra and organ (1937).
  • Op.59 - Quant'è bella Giovinezza (Lorenzo de Medici), frottola for female chorus (1937).
  • Op.60 - String Quartet No.5 (1943).
  • Op.61 - The Leaden Echo and the Golden Echo (Gerard Manley Hopkins). Lieder for soprano, clarinet, violin, cello and piano (1944).
  • Op.62 - Symphony No.1 in C [minor]. (1946. Published 1949.)
  • Op.62a - Carol 'I sing of a maiden' (15th-century text) for female chorus (1944).
  • Op.63 - On Time. 3 Songs for Barytone (1946-50).
  1. Ah, Fading Joy (John Dryden).
  2. The Poet and the Day (Elizabeth MacKenzie).
  3. On Time (John Milton).
  • Op.64 - String Quartet No.6 (1946).
  • Op.65 - Symphony No.2 in E-flat minor ("English") (1947-48).
  • Op.66 - String Quartet No.7 (1948).
  • Op.67 - Octet (1948-49) for clarinet, bassoon, horn, 2 violins, viola, cello and double bass.
  • Op.68 - Symphony No.3 in A minor (1949-51).
  • Op.69 - Incognita (1950), libretto by Elizabeth MacKenzie and William Congreve.
  • Op.70 - Symphony No.4 in G minor ("Austrian") (1951-53).
  • Op.71 - Proprium Missae for Laetare Sunday, for mixed chorus and organ (1953). Unpublished. (Manuscript has Op.70. See Template:OCLC.)
  • Op.72 - Sonata for Violin Solo (1953, rev. 1959).
  • Op.73 - Suite (1954) for flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon.
  • Op.74 - Suite for Clarinet Solo (1954, published 1957).
  • Op.75 - Symphony No.5 (1955-56).
  • Op.76 - Suite for Oboe Solo (1956).
  • Op.77 - Suite for Bassoon Solo (1957).
  • Op.78 - Fanfare for Horn Solo (1957).
  • Op.79 - String Quartet No.8 (1957).
  • Op.80a - Kleine Messe in G (major) for 3 voices (1958).
  • Op.80b - Alleluia for soprano or tenor solo (or unaccompanied unison chorus and soloists) ("In Resurrectione Domini", 1958).
  • Op.81 - Quintet for Clarinet and Strings (1959).
  • Op.82a/b - Lieder aus Wien (Hans Carl Artmann: med ana schwoazzn dintn) 5 lieder for baritone and piano (a) or guitar (b) (1959).
  • Op.83 - 5 Klavierstücke (1960, published 1962).
  1. Nänie.
  2. Ein Lied.
  3. Bewegung.
  4. Stille.
  5. Der Entschluß.
  • Op.84 - Violin Concerto (1961).
  • Op.85 - 4 Songs of Return (Elizabeth Mackenzie, 1961) for soprano and chamber orchestra.
  1. Where suddenly the wanderer comes.
  2. Separate the shrivell´d moon and sightless rides.
  3. The stubble was pale.
  4. Befriend us fortune.
  • Op.86 - String Trio (1962).
  • Op.87 - Rhapsody for Viola Solo (1962). (Arranged for guitar solo by E. Bayer.)
  • Op.88 - Laus nocturna. 4 liturgical choruses for mixed chorus (1962).
  1. De Profundis (Psalm 129).
  2. Dies irae (S. Columba, 6th century).
  3. Alleluia.
  4. Carmen paschale (Sedulius Scottus, 9th century).
  • Op.89 - Missa brevis for mixed chorus (1963).
  • Op.90 - Duineser Elegie for soprano, mixed chorus and orchestra (Rainer Maria Rilke, 1963).
  • Op.91 - Music for Strings in one movement (1964).
  • Op.92 - Ode an die Musik (Pindar/Hölderlin) for baritone or alto and chamber orchestra (1965).
  • Op.93 - 5 Miniatures for Violin and Piano (1965).
  1. Adagio.
  2. Appassionato (ma non troppo animato).
  3. Scherzando.
  4. Andante funebre.
  5. Adagio.
  • Op.94 - To Sleep (John Keats). Lieder for mixed chorus (1965).
  • Op.95 - Symphony No.6 (1965, published 1966).
  • Op.96 - Partita in Honorem J.S. Bach for organ (1965).
  • Op.97 - String Quartet No.9 (1966).
  • Op.98 - Triptychon for piano (1966).
  • Op.99 - Vision (Georg Trakl) for soprano and orchestra (1966).
  • Op.100 - Festliches Präludium über ein byzantinisches Magnificat (Festive Prelude on a Byzantine Magnificat) for mixed chorus and organ (1966).
  • Op.101 - Mirabile Mysterium for 4 voices, narrator, mixed chorus and orchestra (Sophronius of Jerusalem, 1967).
  • Op.102 - Symphony No.7 (Contra Torrentum) (1967-68).
  • Op.103 - 4 Stücke for String Quartet (1968).
  1. Adagio.
  2. Agitato.
  3. Lento.
  4. Allegretto.
  • Op.104 - Canticum sapientiae (text from the Old Testament) for baritone, mixed chorus and orchestra (1968).
  • Op.105 - 4 Stücke for String Trio (1969, rev. 1971, published 1974).
  1. Moderato.
  2. Scherzando.
  3. Largo.
  4. Molto tranquillo.
  • Op.106 - Studien in Grau for piano (1969).
  • Op.107 - Divertimento for small orchestra (1969).
  • Op.108 - Symphonischer Epilog for large orchestra (1969).
  • Op.109 - 4 Stücke for String Quintet (1970).
  1. Sostenuto, poco rubato.
  2. Moderato. Grazioso.
  3. Adagio.
  4. Animato.
  • Op.110 - Symphony No.8 (1970).
  • Op.111 - Symphony No.9 (1970-71, published 1973).
  • Op.112 - Prelude for Viola Solo (1971, published 1975).

Works without Opus Number

  • Alleluja. Ascendit deus in jubilatione. Gradual for mixed chorus (1965).
  • 3 Capriccios nach Bildern von Callot in Hoffmann's "Princessin Brambilla" (1902).
  • Courante for Violin Solo (1923).
  • Deutsches Lied (Richard Dehmel, 1915).
  • Erinna (Stefan George) for soprano and piano (1924).
  • Fanfare for 6 trumpets and timpani (1921).
  • Festlicher Marsch for orchestra (1929).
  • Gaillarde (1912), suite for piano. Unifinished.
  • Geburtstagsständchen ("Happy Birthday") for 4 voices (1969).
  • Meiner lieben Liesi zum Geburtstag for violin solo (1924).
  • Österreichisches Reiterlied (Hugo Zuckermann) for voice and piano (1915).
  • Pastorale for flute, baritone saxophone, oboe, trumpet, trombone, 2 violins, cello, double bass and percussion (1935?).
  • Satz for Chamber Orchestra (1920).
  • See the Day Begins to Break, for female chorus (John Fletcher, 1944).
  • Sommernacht (Detlev von Liliencron, 1909/1912-13) for voice and chamber ensemble.
  • Variation über einen Walzer von Schubert (1948).
  • Wie kann ich danken (text by Wellesz) for 5 voices (1962). Unpublished.