List of works by Joseph Lauber

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  • Joseph Lauber: (1864-1952) : Catalogue des oeuvres, published 1991.

Works with Opus number

  • Op.1. Croquis alpestre pour piano. Breitkopf und Härtel, 1891.
  • Op.2. Drei Lieder aus dem Gedicht „Die zu Gersau“ v. A. Westermann, f. 1 Singst. m. Pfte. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Härtel.1893.
  1. „Fischlein, Fischlein, gieb gut acht“.
  2. „O Tochter des Hauses“.
  3. „Wenn des Winters wildes Wüthen“.
  • Op.3. 5 Lieder f. 1 Singst. m. Pfte. Leipzig, Kistner. 1895.
  1. Vaterlandslied: „Was kann ich dir sein, o mein Vaterland“.
  2. Reiterlied: „Hei hopsa, mein Rösslein“.
  3. Im Schnee: „Die Lande so weiss“.
  4. Trinklied: „Ich pfeif’ was auf Ambrosia“.
  5. Spielmannslied: „Armer, fahrender Geselle“.
  • Op.4. Violin Sonata in D minor. Leipzig, Fritzsch1899.
  • Op.5. String Quartet in G minor. Leipzig, Fritzsch. 1899. Performed in manuscript in Geneva sometime by 1897 (reviewed in Le Guide musical, 7 Février 1897, p.113.)
  • Op.6. Piano Quintet in F major, über schweizerische Themen Leipzig, Fritzsch. 1899.
  • Op.7. Piano Sonata (#1) in F minor. Leipzig, Fritzsch 1899.
  • Op.8. Piano Quartet in B. Leipzig, Fritzsch 1899.
  • Op.9. 2nd violin sonata (in A) Leipzig, Fritzsch. 1899.
  • Op.10. Fantasie in A for violin solo and violin group ("violinchor"). Neuchâtel: Sandoz 1905; Lausanne: Foetisch frères, 1908 (Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1908), p.160.)
  • Op.11. Hymne suisse, Male coir Lausanne Foetisch
  • Op.14, 16, 18-26. Les Passiflores. 12 volumes piano
  • Op.15. 9 choeurs à 2 et à 3 voix, avec accompt. de piano. Lausanne: Foetisch/London: Augener (ca.1906)
  • Op.17.
  • Op.18. also. Trois morceaux for clarinet, viola and piano (pub. Rosewood Publications 2010)
  • Op.27. Offrande de Noel. 6 sacred songs for 1 or 3 women's voices (solo or chorus) with organ, harmonium or piano. Neuchâtel: Sandoz, 1906; with French and German texts (as die Weihnachtsgabe): Lausanne: Fœtisch frères, 1908.
  • Op.28. Violin Sonata No.3, in B. Paris/Neuchâtel: Sandoz, 1905 (Lausanne: Fœtisch frères, 1908)
  • Op.29-30. Volkslieder. SATB chorus. Lausanne: Foetisch/Jobin, 1906.
  • Op.35. Chant suisse. Pub. 1897 (!!)
  • Op.36. Humoresque pour grand orchestre. Hug, 1908; Zurich Schweizer Tonkunstlerverein 1909
  • Op.37. Six morceaux lyriques pour violon avec accompagnement de piano. 1910. Senart/Roudanez, ca.1920?
  1. Rêverie.
  2. Conte rustique.
  3. Scherzinetto. (sic)
  4. Légende.
  5. Canzonetta.
  6. Polonaise
  • Op.38. Die Trommel des Ziska : Ballade für Bariton-Solo und Orchester. (Gedicht von Börries Freiherr von Münchhausen.) Hug & Co.
  • Op.39. Piano Trio in E minor, (1913)
  • Op.40. Ode lyrique en 3 parties inspirée du Triptique de Paul Robert au Musée de Neuchâtel (Fœtisch, 1912)
  • Op.41. Pages brèves, 20 morceaux pour piano (self published ca 1912)
  • Op.42.
  • Op.43. Te Deum. SATB soloist chorus organ, orchestra. Geneva: Henn, 1923
  • Op.44. 6 Caprices. Henn, 1923.
  • Op.45. 4 Danses médiévales for flute and harp. Leipzig: Zimmermann,1928.
  • Op.46.
  • Op.47. 3 Morceaux characteristiques. Fl solo 1927 Geneva self –published 1934
  • Op.48. Tanz-suite. Fl P Geneva self –published 1934
  • Op.49. Prelude & Fugue. Fl solo Geneva self –published 1934
  • Op.50. Flute Sonata (Sonata-Fantasia in Una Parte), flute and piano. Geneva self –published 1934. (Ms @ Danish Library Ballerup.)
  • Op.51. Partita. Fl solo Geneva self –published 1934
  • Op.52. Three Humoresques. for Flute Solo.
  • Op.53. Grande sonate. Fl P (Zimmermann, ca.1937?)
  • Op.54. Visions de corse ... 5 morceaux pour 4 flûtes . Leipzig Zimmermann 1937
1.Le maquis (Solitude) - Andante
2.Evisa (Dans sa parure printaniere) - Allegro scherzando
3.Serenade (La maison de Bonaparte) - Allegretto
4.Meditation (Calanques de Piana) - Andante
5.La citadelle de corte - Allegro con fuoco

No Opus Number

  • 4 Intermezzi for Flute, English Horn, Clarinet and Bassoon
  • Marche triomphale sur le thême de la Marche des armourins : marche officielle du tir fédéral de Neuchâtel 1898 et des fêtes du cinquantenaire, published by someone in Neuchâtel, 1898.
  • Serinette p. Piano. La Chaux de Fonds, Wille & Co. (Berlin, Raabe & Plothow.) 1896.
  • Album des Compositeurs neuchâtelois p. Piano. Genève 1896. Exposition nationale suisse. (Gentil, Alice, Op. 35. Nocturne. Lauber, Emile, Chaconne. Lauber, Joseph, Serinette. Munzinger, Ed., Reigen. Pantillon, Georges, Rêverie. Quinche, Alb., Gavotte. Schmid, P., Scherzo. Wuilleumier, H., Canzonetta.) La Chaux de Fonds, Wille & Co. (Berlin, Raabe & Plothow.) 1896.
  • Cinquième caprice.
  • Quartet for double basses published in 1975
  • Hospitalité. Male choir Lausanne Foetisch 1908
  • Ein Maiensag, SATB choir. Vogele
  • Fantaisie. 1928
  • Fugue in E minor for organ
  • Double Bass concerto, pub. 2005
  • Double Bass sonata, pub. 2003
  • Piano Quintet No.2 (in manuscript) (listed in "Joseph Lauber: (1864-1952) : Catalogue des oeuvres")
  • String Quintet (1936)
  • Fantasy for 4 cellos (1936)
  • 6 Symphonies (No.1 in E-flat composed in 1895) (note: these are apparently being recorded; nos. 1 & 2 have already been released as of late 2020.)
  • Concerto for flute and small orchestra. (See WorldCat.)