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Opus Title Forces Date Key(s) Genre Notes
Op.1 6 Piano Sonatas Harpsichord or Piano 1771 Keyboard Dedicated to Peter Beckford. Published by Welcker, re-issue by S. A. & P. Thompson.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Harpsichord or Piano 1771 E major Keyboard
No.2 Sonata No.2 Harpsichord or Piano 1771 G major Keyboard
No.3 Sonata No.3 Harpsichord or Piano 1771 B major Keyboard See Sonata Op.1a No.2 for revision/new version.
No.4 Sonata No.4 Harpsichord or Piano 1771 F major Keyboard
No.5 Sonata No.5 Harpsichord or Piano 1771 A major Keyboard See Sonata Op.1a No.4 for revision/new version.
No.6 Sonata No.6 Harpsichord or Piano 1771 E major Keyboard Rondo grazioso revised as mvt.2 of Op.1a No.2.
Op.1a 5 Piano Sonatas and a Piano Duet Piano or Harpsichord
2 Pianos or Harpsichords
1780-81 Keyboard Dedicated to Mme Duvivier. Published by Bailleux.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Harpsichord or Piano 1780-81 F major Keyboard 1. Andante.
2. La Pantoufle avec variations
No.2 Sonata No.2 Harpsichord or Piano 1780-81 B major Keyboard 1. Allegro moderato (b.1-9 like Op.1 No.3). 2. Andantino grazioso (first section = revision of rondo grazioso, Op.1 No.6).
3. Air de Mirza avec variations
No.3 Sonata No.3 Harpsichord or Piano 1780-81 G major Keyboard 1. Allegretto (first section = revision of minuetto, Op.1 No.1).
2. Black Joke avec variations (revisions of variations 8, 4, 5, 11, 9, 10, 16 and 6 of 21 Variations on 'The Black Joke', WO 2).
No.4 Sonata No.4 Harpsichord or Piano 1780-81 A major Keyboard 1. Larghetto (begins like Op.1 No.5). 2. Tempo di minuetto (first section = revision of Op.1 No.5, mvt.2).
No.5 Sonata No.5 (Fugue) Harpsichord or Piano 1780-81
1826
A minor Keyboard Revised as Ex. 69 in Gradus ad Parnassum, Op.44 (1826).
No.6 Duet 2 Pianos or Harpsichords 1780-81 B major Keyboard 1. Allegro di molto
2. Tempo di minuetto
Op.2 6 Sonatas Piano or Harpsichord
(Nos. 1, 3, & 5 with Flute/Violin)
1779
1794
1807
Keyboard
Chamber
Published by Welcker. Corrected re-issue by J. Dale (c.1786-1790). Revised version published by Clementi (c.1790-1794). Revised version of Sonatas 2, 4 and 6 published by Artaria (1807).
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano/Harpsichord & Flute/Violin 1779 E major Chamber
No.2 Sonata No.2
(Piano Sonata No.1, Op.2 No.2)
Piano or Harpsichord 1779
1794
1807
1818
C major Keyboard Also known as the Celebrated Octave Lesson. Revised several times, including c.1818 (published alone). For revised version as a violin sonata, see Op.30.
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano/Harpsichord & Flute/Violin 1779 G major Chamber
No.4 Sonata No.4 Piano or Harpsichord 1779 A major Keyboard For revised version as a flute sonata, see Op.31.
No.5 Sonata No.5 Piano/Harpsichord & Flute/Violin 1779 F major Chamber For revised version of the final movement, see Rondo, WO 8.
No.6 Sonata No.6 Piano or Harpsichord 1779 B major Keyboard
Op.3 3 Piano Duets and 3 Sonatas Piano or Harpsichord 4-Hands
Piano/Harpsichord & Violin/Flute
1779 Keyboard
Chamber
Dedicated to Mrs Leigh. Published by Welcker.
No.1 Duet No.1 Piano or Harpsichord 4-Hands 1779 C major Keyboard
No.2 Duet No.2 Piano or Harpsichord 4-Hands 1779 E major Keyboard
No.3 Duet No.3 Piano or Harpsichord 4-Hands 1779 G major Keyboard
No.4 Sonata No.1 Piano/Harpsichord & Violin/Flute 1779 F major Chamber
No.5 Sonata No.2 Piano/Harpsichord & Violin/Flute 1779 B major Chamber
No.6 Sonata No.3 Piano/Harpsichord & Violin/Flute 1779 C major Chamber
Op.4 6 Sonatas Piano/Harpsichord & Violin/Flute
Piano or Harpsichord
1780 Chamber Dedicated to Mrs Phillips.
Later editions for piano solo (misnamed Opp.37 and 38).
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano/Harpsichord & Violin/Flute 1780 D major Chamber Moved to No.2 in later piano solo editions.
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano/Harpsichord & Violin/Flute 1780 E major Chamber Moved to No.1 in later piano solo editions.
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano/Harpsichord & Violin/Flute 1780 C major Chamber
No.4 Sonata No.4 Piano/Harpsichord & Violin/Flute 1780 G major Chamber
No.5 Sonata No.5 Piano/Harpsichord & Violin/Flute 1780 B major Chamber
No.6 Sonata No.6 Piano/Harpsichord & Violin/Flute 1780 F major Chamber
Op.5 3 Violin Sonatas and 3 Fugues Piano/Harpsichord & Violin
Harpsichord
1780-81 Chamber
Keyboard
Dedicated to Melanie de Rochechouart. Published by Bailleux. Sonatas also published by Clementi (c.1790-95) together with the Duet and Sonatas from Op.6, under title "Opera IV."
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano/Harpsichord & Violin 1780-81 B major Chamber
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano/Harpsichord & Violin 1780-81 F major Chamber
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano/Harpsichord & Violin 1780-81 E major Chamber
No.4 Fugue No.1 Harpsichord 1780-81
1826
B major Keyboard Revised as Ex. 57 in Gradus ad Parnassum, Op.44 (1826).
No.5 Fugue No.2 Harpsichord 1780-81
1819
F major Keyboard Revised as Ex. 40 in Gradus ad Parnassum, Op.44 (1819).
No.6 Fugue No.3 Harpsichord 1780-81
1817
B minor Keyboard Revised with new introduction as Ex. 25 in Gradus ad Parnassum, Op.44 (1817).
Op.6 Piano Duet, 2 Violin Sonatas and 3 Fugues Piano or Harpsichord 4-Hands
Piano/Harpsichord & Violin
Harpsichord
1780-81 Keyboard
Chamber
Keyboard
Dedicated to Countess von Sayn-Wittgenstein. Published by Bailleux. Duet and Sonatas also published by Clementi (c.1790-95) together with the Sonatas from Op.5, under title "Opera IV."
No.1 Duet Piano or Harpsichord 4-Hands 1780-81 C major Keyboard
No.2 Sonata No.1 Piano/Harpsichord & Violin 1780-81 E major Chamber
No.3 Sonata No.2 Piano/Harpsichord & Violin 1780-81 E major Chamber
No.4 Fugue No.1 Harpsichord 1780-81
1819
C minor Keyboard Revised with new introduction as Ex. 45 in Gradus ad Parnassum, Op.44 (1819).
No.5 Fugue No.2 Harpsichord 1780-81
1817
C major Keyboard Revised as Ex. 13 in Gradus ad Parnassum, Op.44 (1817).
No.6 Fugue No.3 Harpsichord 1780-81
1826
E minor Keyboard Revised as Ex. 74 in Gradus ad Parnassum, Op.44 (1826).
Op.7 3 Piano Sonatas Piano or Harpsichord
(possibly with Violin ad lib.)
1782 Keyboard Dedicated to Madame de Hess, née de Leporini. Published by Artaria. Later edition by Naderman includes Violin part for each sonata.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano or Harpsichord 1782 E major Keyboard
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano or Harpsichord 1782 C major Keyboard
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano or Harpsichord 1782 G minor Keyboard
Op.8 3 Piano Sonatas Piano or Harpsichord 1782 Keyboard Published by Cornouaille.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano or Harpsichord 1782 G minor Keyboard Dedicated to Mlle Nancy d'Auenbrugger.
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano or Harpsichord 1782 E major Keyboard Dedicated to Mlle Victoire Imbert.
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano or Harpsichord 1782 B major Keyboard Dedicated to Mlle Artaud.
Op.9 3 Piano Sonatas Piano or Harpsichord 1783
1804
Keyboard Published by Artaria. Revision published as Sonatas 3-5 in Vol. VI of Oeuvres Complettes (1804).
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano or Harpsichord 1783
1804
B major Keyboard
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano or Harpsichord 1783
1804
C major Keyboard
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano or Harpsichord 1783
1804
E major Keyboard
Op.10 3 Piano Sonatas Piano or Harpsichord 1783
1800
Keyboard Published by Torricella. Thoroughly revised after the year 1800, although these revisions only exist in manuscript.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano or Harpsichord 1783
1800
A major Keyboard
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano or Harpsichord 1783
1800
D major Keyboard
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano or Harpsichord 1783
1800
B major Keyboard
Op.11 Piano Sonata and Toccata Piano
Piano or Harpsichord
1784 Keyboard
No.1 Sonata Piano 1784 E major Keyboard
No.2 Toccata Piano or Harpsichord 1781
1804
B major Keyboard Revised version published in Vol. VI of Oeuvres Complettes (1804), preceded by Sonata Op.24 No.2.
Op.12 4 Piano Sonatas and a Piano Duet Piano
2 Pianos
1784
1801-02
Keyboard Dedicated to Miss Glover. Revised version published by Clementi c.1801.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano 1784
1801-02
B major Keyboard
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano 1784
1801-02
E major Keyboard
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano 1784
1801-02
F major Keyboard
No.4 Sonata No.4 Piano 1784
1801-02
E major Keyboard
No.5 Duet 2 Pianos 1784
1801-02
B major Keyboard
Op.13 6 Sonatas Piano & Violin/Flute
Piano
1785 Chamber
Keyboard
Sonatas 1-3 often published without accompanying violin/flute part. Dedicated to Count de Brühl. Revisions of sonatas 4-6 completed around the year 1807, although these revisions only exist in manuscript.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano & Violin/Flute 1785 G major Chamber
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano & Violin/Flute 1785 C major Chamber
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano & Violin/Flute 1785 E major Chamber
No.4 Sonata No.4 Piano 1785
1807
B major Keyboard
No.5 Sonata No.5 Piano 1785
1807
F major Keyboard
No.6 Sonata No.6 Piano 1785
1807
F minor Keyboard
Op.14 3 Piano Duets Piano 4-Hands 1786 Keyboard Dedicated to Mademoiselle Marie Victoire Imbert Colomés de Lyon. Duets 1-2 revised after the year 1815, although these revisions only exist in manuscript.
No.1 Duet No.1 Piano 4-Hands 1786
1815
1817
C major Keyboard Arrangement of the adagio for piano solo = Ex. 14 in Gradus ad Parnassum, Op.44 (1817).
No.2 Duet No.2 Piano 4-Hands 1786
1815
F major Keyboard
No.3 Duet No.3 Piano 4-Hands 1786
1815-16
E major Keyboard Revised version published c.1815 by Clementi, reissued 1827.
Op.15 3 Violin Sonatas Piano & Violin 1786 Chamber Dedicated to Mademoiselle Marie Victoire Imbert Colomés de Lyon.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano & Violin 1786 E major Chamber
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano & Violin 1786 C major Chamber
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano & Violin 1786 B major Chamber
Op.16 La Chasse Piano or Harpsichord 1786 D major Keyboard Not to be confused with Op.22 No.3, Op.28 No.2, Op.35 No.3, or WO 27.
Op.17 Capriccio Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1800
B major Keyboard Features the songs "Ma chere amie" (James Hook) and "For tenderness framed" (Paisiello). Revised version published c.1801 by Clementi.
Op.18 2 Symphonies 2 Flutes, 2 Oboes, Bassoon, 2 Horns & Strings 1787 Orchestral
No.1 Symphony No.1 2 Flutes, 2 Oboes, Bassoon, 2 Horns & Strings 1787 B major Orchestral
No.2 Symphony No.2 2 Flutes, 2 Oboes, Bassoon, 2 Horns & Strings 1787 D major Orchestral
Op.19 Musical Characteristics Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
Keyboard Occasionally published separately as 12 preludes and 6 cadenzas. Revised version completed in 1807, although this version only exists in manuscript.
No.1 Prelude No.1 alla Haydn Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
B major Keyboard
No.2 Prelude No.2 alla Haydn Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
C major Keyboard
No.3 Prelude No.3 alla Kozeluch Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
E major Keyboard
No.4 Prelude No.4 alla Kozeluch Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
D major Keyboard
No.5 Prelude No.5 alla Mozart Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
F major Keyboard
No.6 Prelude No.6 alla Mozart Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
A major Keyboard
No.7 Prelude No.7 alla Sterkel Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
D major Keyboard
No.8 Prelude No.8 alla Sterkel Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
C major Keyboard
No.9 Prelude No.9 alla Vanhal Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
G major Keyboard
No.10 Prelude No.10 alla Vanhal Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
D minor Keyboard
No.11 Prelude No.11 alla Clementi Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
B major Keyboard
No.12 Prelude No.12 alla Clementi Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
C major Keyboard
No.13 Cadenza No.1 alla Haydn Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
D major Keyboard
No.14 Cadenza No.2 alla Kozeluch Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
B major Keyboard
No.15 Cadenza No.3 alla Mozart Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
A major Keyboard
No.16 Cadenza No.4 alla Sterkel Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
D major Keyboard
No.17 Cadenza No.5 alla Vanhal Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
F major Keyboard
No.18 Cadenza No.6 alla Clementi Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1807
E major Keyboard
Op.20 Piano Sonata Piano or Harpsichord 1787
1804
C major Keyboard Revision published as Sonata No.6 in Vol. VI of Oeuvres Complettes (1804).
Op.21 3 Piano Trios Piano/Harpsichord, Flute & Cello 1788 Chamber Dedicated to Miss Meysey.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano/Harpsichord, Flute & Cello 1788 D major Chamber Arrangement for Piano 4-Hands published by Clementi before July 1802.
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano/Harpsichord, Flute & Cello 1788 G major Chamber
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano/Harpsichord, Flute & Cello 1788 C major Chamber
Op.22 3 Piano Trios Piano/Harpsichord, Flute/Violin & Cello 1788 Chamber Dedicated to Miss Anna Maria Carolina Blake.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano/Harpsichord, Flute/Violin & Cello 1788 D major Chamber
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano/Harpsichord, Flute/Violin & Cello 1788 G major Chamber
No.3 Sonata No.3
"La Chasse"
Piano/Harpsichord, Flute/Violin & Cello 1788 C major Chamber Not to be confused with Op.16, Op.28 No.2, Op.35 No.3, or WO 27. Arrangement for Piano or Harpsichord 4-Hands published by J. Dale, 1789.
Op.23 3 Piano Sonatas Piano or Harpsichord 1790 Keyboard Dedicated to Miss Gavin.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano or Harpsichord 1790 E major Keyboard
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano or Harpsichord 1790 F major Keyboard
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano or Harpsichord 1790
1821
E major Keyboard Revision of variations appeared in Preludes and Exercises, Op.43 (1821).
Op.24 2 Piano Sonatas Piano or Harpsichord 1788-89 Keyboard Some editions place Sonata No.2 first. First published in Storace's Harpsichord Collection.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano or Harpsichord 1788 F major Keyboard
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano or Harpsichord 1789 B major Keyboard Revision 1 (Summer 1804): as Sonata No.2 published by Mollo as "Op.41". Revision 2 (November 1804): as Sonata No.2 in Vol. VI of Oeuvres Complettes.
Op.25 6 Piano Sonatas Piano 1790 Keyboard Continental editions often split this into two sets of 3 sonatas, misnamed Opp.25 and 26. Dedicated to Mrs. Meyrick.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano 1790 C major Keyboard
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano 1790 G major Keyboard
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano 1790 B major Keyboard
No.4 Sonata No.4 Piano 1790 A major Keyboard
No.5 Sonata No.5 Piano 1790 F minor Keyboard
No.6 Sonata No.6 Piano 1790 D major Keyboard
Op.26 Piano Sonata Piano or Harpsichord 1791 F major Keyboard
Op.27 3 Piano Trios Piano/Harpsichord, Violin & Cello 1791 Chamber Dedicated to Miss Blake.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano/Harpsichord, Violin & Cello 1791 F major Chamber
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano/Harpsichord, Violin & Cello 1791 D major Chamber
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano/Harpsichord, Violin & Cello 1791 G major Chamber
Op.28 3 Piano Trios Piano/Harpsichord, Violin & Cello 1792 Chamber
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano/Harpsichord, Violin & Cello 1792
1821
C major Chamber Revised version of Calemba for piano alone appeared in Preludes and Exercises, Op.43 (1821).
No.2 Sonata No.2
"La Chasse"
Piano/Harpsichord, Violin & Cello 1792 E major Chamber Not to be confused with Op.16, Op.22 No.3, Op.35 No.3, or WO 27.
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano/Harpsichord, Violin & Cello 1792 G major Chamber
Op.29 3 Piano Trios Piano/Harpsichord, Violin/Flute & Cello 1793 Chamber Dedicated to Mrs. Benn. The upper accompanying part in the first sonata is a violin, while that in the second and third sonatas is a flute.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano/Harpsichord, Violin & Cello 1793 C major Chamber
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano/Harpsichord, Flute & Cello 1793 G major Chamber
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano/Harpsichord, Flute & Cello 1793 D major Chamber
Op.30 Violin Sonata Piano/Harpsichord & Violin 1794 C major Chamber Revised version of Sonata in C major, Op.2 No.2, with an added slow movement.
Op.31 Flute Sonata Piano/Harpsichord & Flute 1794 A major Chamber Revised version of Sonata in A major, Op.2 No.4, with a new introduction.
Op.32 3 Piano Trios Piano, Flute & Cello (accompaniment ad libitum) 1793 Chamber Dedicated to Miss Newbery.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano, Flute & Cello (accompaniment ad libitum) 1793 F major Chamber
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano, Flute & Cello (accompaniment ad libitum) 1793 D major Chamber
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano, Flute & Cello (accompaniment ad libitum) 1793 C major Chamber
Op.33 3 Piano Sonatas Piano 1794 Keyboard Dedicated to Miss Theresa Jansen, who was one of Clementi's pupils.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano 1794 A major Keyboard
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano 1794 F major Keyboard
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano 1794 C major Keyboard Originally was a piano concerto in C major, which exists in an orchestral score prepared by Johann Schenk, dated to January 1796, and contained in the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde.
Op.34 2 Piano Sonatas and 2 Capriccios Piano 1795 Keyboard Dedicated to Miss Isabella Savery.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano 1795
1807
C major Keyboard Revised version published c.1807 by Artaria. According to Clementi's pupil Ludwig Berger, the first sonata was originally a concerto.
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano 1795
1807
G minor Keyboard Revised version published c.1807 by Artaria. According to Clementi's pupil Ludwig Berger, the second sonata was originally a symphony.
No.3 Capriccio No.1 Piano 1795
1804
A major Keyboard Revised version published as Capriccio No.1 in Vol. VI of Oeuvres Complettes (1804).
No.2 Capriccio No.2 Piano 1795 F major Keyboard Revised version published as Capriccio No.2 in Vol. VI of Oeuvres Complettes (1804).
Op.35 3 Piano Trios Piano, Violin & Cello (accompaniment ad libitum) 1796 Chamber Dedicated to John Cleaver Banks, Esqr.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano, Violin & Cello (accompaniment ad libitum) 1796 C major Chamber
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano, Violin & Cello (accompaniment ad libitum) 1796 G major Chamber
No.3 Sonata No.3
"La Chasse"
Piano, Violin & Cello (accompaniment ad libitum) 1796 D major Chamber Not to be confused with Op.16, Op.22 No.3, Op.28 No.2, or WO 27.
Op.36 6 Piano Sonatinas Piano 1797 Keyboard
No.1 Sonatina No.1 Piano 1797 C major Keyboard
No.2 Sonatina No.2 Piano 1797 G major Keyboard
No.3 Sonatina No.3 Piano 1797 C major Keyboard
No.4 Sonatina No.4 Piano 1797 F major Keyboard
No.5 Sonatina No.5 Piano 1797 G major Keyboard
No.6 Sonatina No.6 Piano 1797 D major Keyboard
Op.37 3 Piano Sonatas Piano 1798 Keyboard Dedicated to Miss Harriot Gompertz.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano 1798 C major Keyboard
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano 1798 G major Keyboard
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano 1798 D major Keyboard
Op.38 12 Waltzes for Piano, Tambourine and Triangle Piano, Tambourine & Triangle 1798 Chamber Later arranged for piano and flute, according to the 1823 Catalogue of Clementi, Collard & Collard.
Op.39 12 Waltzes for Piano, Tambourine and Triangle Piano, Tambourine & Triangle 1800 Chamber Later arranged for piano and flute, according to the 1823 Catalogue of Clementi, Collard & Collard.
Op.40 3 Piano Sonatas Piano 1802 Keyboard Dedicated to Miss Fanny Blake. Appeared in three authentic first editions published in England, France, and Vienna.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano 1802 G major Keyboard
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano 1802 B minor Keyboard
No.3 Sonata No.3 Piano 1802 D minor Keyboard
Op.41 Piano Sonata Piano or Harpsichord 1804 E major Keyboard Dedicated to Rev. John Cleaver Banks. Revised version appeared in 1804 in England and Vienna as well as in Leipzig as Sonata No.1 of Vol. VI of Oeuvres Complettes (1804).
Op.42 Introduction to the Art of Playing on the Piano Forte Piano 1801 Keyboard First edition published in 1801, with subsequent editions appearing in revised and expanded forms until the eleventh edition appeared in 1826, which was probably the last edition published under Clementi's supervision. All editions before c.1820 lacked the designation "Op.42".
Op.43 Appendix to Introduction to the Art of Playing on the Piano Forte Piano 1811
1820-21
Keyboard First edition appeared without the designation "Op.43" in 1811 and was published as Appendix to the Fifth Edition of Clementi's Introduction to the Art of Playing on the Piano Forte. Revised edition published as "Op.43" c.1821 as the Second Part of Clementi's Introduction to the Art of Playing on the Piano Forte.
Op.44 Gradus ad Parnassum Piano 1817, 1819, 1826 Keyboard Volume I appeared in 1817, followed by Volume II in 1819 and Volume III in 1826.
Op.45 (Not used) Originally reserved for Volume III of Gradus ad Parnassum.
Op.46 Piano Sonata Piano 1820 B major Keyboard Dedicated to Fred Kalkbrenner.
Op.47 2 Capriccios Piano 1821 Keyboard Dedicated to Mrs. Clementi.
No.1 Capriccio No.1 Piano 1821 E minor Keyboard
No.2 Capriccio No.2 Piano 1821 C major Keyboard
Op.48 Fantasy with Variations on "Au Clair de la Lune" Piano 1821 C minor Keyboard Dedicated to Madame la Marèchale Moreau.
Op.49 12 Monferrinas Piano 1821 Keyboard Dedicated to Signora Barbarina Frigerio.
Op.50 3 Piano Sonatas Piano 1821 Keyboard Dedicated to L. Cherubini.
No.1 Sonata No.1 Piano 1821 A major Keyboard
No.2 Sonata No.2 Piano 1821 D minor Keyboard
No.3 Sonata No.3
"Didone abbandonata"
Piano 1821 G minor Keyboard

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WoO Title Forces Date Key(s) Genre Notes
WO 1 Oratorio 1764 Choral Composed when Clementi was only 12 years old. Only the text (Martirio de’ Gloriosi Santi Giuliano e Celso) survives.
WO 2 The Black Joke, with 21 Variations Piano or Harpsichord 1777 G major Keyboard Revised versions of variations 8, 4, 5, 11, 9, 10, 16, and 6 comprised the finale of Op.1a No.3.
WO 3 Piano Sonata Piano or Harpsichord 1789-90 F major Keyboard Written for Vol. II of Corri's Collection (A Select Collection of Choice Music for the Harpsichord or Piano Forte).
WO 4 2 Canzonette Voice & Piano/Harpsichord 1781 Vocal Probably written in December 1781 for the Salzburg castrato Francesco Ceccarelli. The text of the first canzonetta begins "Vieni oh caro amato bene", and the text of the second canzonetta begins "Senza il diletto mio".
WO 5 Mr Collick's Minuet, with 5 Variations Piano 1793 F major Keyboard
WO 6 Piano Trio Piano, Flute & Cello 1794 C major Chamber Published as No.8 in Longman & Broderip's Collection (Longman and Broderip's Collection of Original Music for the Grand and Small Piano Forte).
WO 7 Clementi's Selection of Practical Harmony Organ or Piano 1801, 1802, 1811, 1815 Keyboard Volume I appeared in 1801, followed by Volume II in 1802, Volume III in 1811, and Volume IV in 1815. Clementi's only contribution is the "Epitome of Counterpoint", which appeared in the beginning of Volume I. All other pieces were either transcribed or arranged by Clementi from the works of various composers.
WO 8 Rondo Piano or Harpsichord 1802 B major Keyboard Based on the finale of Sonata Op.2 No.5.
WO 9 Melodies of Different Nations Voice and Piano 1814 Vocal Texts for the 14 airs written by David Thomson. Clementi was responsible for composing the accompaniments to the melodies and for setting those airs with more than one vocal part.
WO 10 Batti Batti Piano 1820 F major Keyboard Arranged for Sigra. Barbarina Frigerio from Mozart's opera Don Giovanni. Found as No.2 in a collection of opera arias (Operatic Airs, the Subjects taken from the most Approved Operas, Italian, English, &c.).
WO 11 Canon ad Diapason Piano 1829 C major Keyboard Written for J. B. Cramer. Autograph appeared in facsimile in the appendix to Apollo's Gift, or the Musical Souvenir for MDCCCXXX.
WO 12 The Plough Boy, with Variations Piano 1788 B major Keyboard This work is doubtful, although some evidence exists that supports Clementi's authorship of the variations: the 1823 Catalogue of Vocal & Instrumental Music published by Clementi, Collard & Collard indicates the existence of "Plough Boy Clementi 1-0" in the section containing all of Clementi's known variations; although these variations were published anonymously by Longman & Broderip, Clementi had published Opp.16-21 with said company just before these variations appeared; and continental publishers sold these variations under Clementi's name, especially in tandem with WO 2 and WO 5. The theme originated in William Shield's opera The Farmer (1787).
WO 13 Harpsichord Sonata Harpsichord 1765 A major Keyboard Clementi's earliest surviving composition.
WO 14 Harpsichord Sonata Harpsichord 1768 G Major Keyboard First version of Op.1 No.2.
WO 15 Monferrina Piano 1821 C major Keyboard Numbered "3" in the autograph. Written for Op.49 but was not published.
WO 16 Monferrina Piano 1821 F major Keyboard Numbered "4" in the autograph. Written for Op.49 but was not published.
WO 17 Monferrina Piano 1821 E major Keyboard Numbered "8" in the autograph. Written for Op.49 but was not published.
WO 18 Monferrina Piano 1821 G major Keyboard Numbered "9" in the autograph. Written for Op.49 but was not published.
WO 19 Monferrina Piano 1821 B major Keyboard Unnumbered in the autograph. Written for Op.49 but was not published.
WO 20 Monferrina Piano 1821 D major Keyboard Unnumbered in the autograph. Written for Op.49 but was not published.
WO 21 Tarantella Piano 1821 A minor Keyboard Unnumbered in the autograph. Written for Op.49 but was not published.
WO 22 Allegro Piano 1826 E major Keyboard Originally intended for Volume III of Gradus ad Parnassum, Op.44 (1826) in the "Suite de quatre pièces" that came to be Ex. 60-63 in the published volume. Ex. 60 was to be followed by WO 22, which was then to be followed by an Adagio that is now lost but that could also be Ex. 62.
WO 23 Finale Piano 1826 E major Keyboard Originally intended for Volume III of Gradus ad Parnassum, Op.44 (1826) in the "Suite de quatre pièces" that came to be Ex. 60-63 in the published volume. WO 23 was to conclude the suite.
WO 24 Duettino No. 1 Piano 4-hands C major Keyboard Marked "Duettino 1. M. Clementi" in the autograph.
WO 25 Duettino No. 2 Piano 4-hands G major Keyboard Marked "Duettino 2." in the autograph, which contains the first two movements in complete form and the first five bars of the Finale.
WO 26 Allegro Piano 4-hands C major Keyboard Marked "Duettino 2." in the autograph.
WO 27 Allegro (Chasse) Piano 4-hands C major Keyboard Marked "Chasse. Duettino 1. M.C." in the autograph. Not to be confused with Op.16, Op.22 No.3, Op.28 No.2, or Op.35 No.3.
WO 28 Allegro Piano 4-hands C major Keyboard Marked "Duettino 6 per Pianoforte di M. Clementi." in the autograph.
WO 29 Canon Finito a Tre 2 Violins & Viola 1821 B major Chamber Written for Luigi Cherubini and possibly copied into his autograph album.
WO 30 Nonet Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn, Violin, Viola, Cello & Contrabass E major Chamber Marked Andante and may be the introduction to WO 31.
WO 31 Nonet Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn, Violin, Viola, Cello & Contrabass E major Chamber Marked Allegro and may follow WO 30.
WO 32 Symphony No.1 Orchestra C major Orchestral Earlier version in B major. Full score "reconstructed and completed" by Alfredo Casella and published by Ricordi in 1938.
WO 33 Symphony No.2 Orchestra D major Orchestral Full score "reconstructed and completed" by Alfredo Casella and published by Ricordi in 1938.
WO 34 Symphony No.3 Orchestra G major Orchestral Also known as the "Great National Symphony" because of the appearance of "God Save the King" in the second movement. According to a review in the Quarterly Musical Magazine and Review, VI, the first movement had a Cantabile introduction, which is now lost. Material from the first movement derived from Op.18 No.2.
WO 35 Symphony No.4 Orchestra D major Orchestral Earlier version in C major.
WO 36 Minuetto pastorale Orchestra D major Orchestral Original minuet for WO 33, but then replaced.