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Cabanilles, Juan Bautista (1644–1712)

Caccini, Giulio (1551–1618)

Caetani, Roffredo (1871–1961)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • 3 Piano Pieces, Op.9
  • Piano Trio, Op.5
  • Violin Sonata in B-flat, Op.6 (published 1899)
  • 12 Variations on a Prelude by Chopin, Op.7 (pub. 1898 by Schott)
  • Suite for orchestra, Op.10 (published ca.1901)
  • La commedia d'un musicista for piano (poss. pub. ca.1914?)

Caldara, Antonio (1670–1736)

  • Maddalena ai piedi di Cristo (Oratorio, c. 1700)
  • Medea in Corinto (Cantata, 1711, manuscript or first edition)
  • Santo Stefano, primo Re d'Ungheria (Oratorio, 1713)
  • La Conversione di Clodoveo Re di Francia (Oratorio, 1715)
  • Il Re del dolore (Oratorio, lib. Parlati, 1722)
  • Gioseffo che interpreta I sogni (Oratorio, 1726)
  • Stabat Mater (Oratorio, 1726)
  • Cristo condannato (Oratorio, lib. Parlati, 1717)
  • Morte e sepoltura di Cristo (Oratorio, lib. F. Fozio, 1724)
  • La Passione di Gesù Cristo (Oratorio, lib. Metastasio, 1730) (note- 1st edition libretto to this scanned in by SBB)
  • Sant'Elena al Calvario (Oratorio, lib. Metastasio, 1731)
  • any Masses (D major and D minor scanned in by SBB I think, may upload soon.)
  • Missa Matri dolorosa; Missa Laetere; Missa pro Defunctorum; etc.
  • any Sinfonia concertantes
  • Sonatas printed in Venezia 1700 and 1701
  • 4 volumi di composizioni per clavicembalo
  • 23 fughe con variazione
  • capriccio
  • arpeggio
  • Proba organistica

Call, Leonhard von (1767–1815)

  • Quintet for flute and strings, Op.79 (MauC 3)
  • IX Favorit Gesaenge für Vier Singstimmen (TTBB), Op.10 (Call was known for his men's choruses, and is said to have helped make the genre popular)
  • also Opp.109, 110 (likewise sets of men's choruses - expand our collection...)
  • Serenade for flute, guitar, and string trio, Op.9 (pub.1804, Bureau des Arts).

Callaerts, Joseph (1838–1901)

  • Canzonetta for pf., Op.9 (pub. by Schott, 1875)
  • Piano Trio, Op.16
  • Piano Sonata, Op.3
  • Symphony in C major (ca.1877) (there is a copy of the parts - manuscript? - at Artesis Plantijn Hoges. ...)
  • Symphony, Op.13 (BSB has reduction, pub. by Schott. Not digitized as yet). This may be the Symphony in C minor performed from manuscript during the Fêtes musicales of 1880 in Brussels, see Le Guide Musical: Revue Internationale de la Musique (22 Janvier 1880 issue))
  • Concertos: for organ and orchestra (pub. Schott, 1920s)
    • also, violin concertpiece in E (ms. score and parts in Fleisher Collection)
  • 15 Improvisations for organ, Op.1 (pub. Heugel, 1858)

Campbell-Tipton, Louis (1877–1921)

  • Tone poems for voice and piano, Op.3 (pub.1904?)
  • 2 Jester Songs, Op.31 (one available @ BSU collection in an anonymous transcription)
  • 2 Songs to Words by Whitman, Op.33 (©1918)
  • Romanza appassionata : duo pour violon et piano, op.2
  • Suite pastorale for violin and piano, Op.27 (©1911)

Canteloube, Joseph (1879–1957)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Triptyque for voice and orchestra (1914); piano-vocal score: Deiss & Crépin, 1924; orchestral score: R. Deiss, 1929

Caplet, André (1878–1925)

  • Myrrha, Prix de Rome Cantata

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • Quintet for Winds and Piano (pub. 1996) (dated 1899 autograph manuscript is at BNF)

Carafa, Michele (1787–1872)

  • La belle au bois dormant (Sleeping Beauty) (1825)

Caro, Paul (1859–1914)

  • Violin sonata in F, Op.2 (pub.1883)
  • Piano trio in E, Op.5 (pub.1886)
  • String quartet in B, Op.6 (pub.1886)
  • String quartet in B minor, Op.7 (pub.1886)
  • String quartet in D minor, Op.19 (pub.1896)
  • String quartet in F minor, Op.20 (pub.1897)
  • Piano sonata in F minor, Op.41 (ca.1910)
  • Cello sonata in D minor, Op.42 (pub.1910-or-11)

Čart, Jiří (1708–1774)

(actually ca.1774/1780 or so... also known as Georg Czarth, Georg Zarth, etc. Jiri Cart is the VIAF-preferred name.)

  • 2 flute sonatas in G (at Berlin SBB)
  • Flute sonata in G (mistaken for, or actually by and once attributed to Zarth but now etc., but also having the designation GraunWV D:XVII:90 - @Sing-Akademie zu Berlin)

Casella, Alfredo (1883–1947)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Symphony No. 2 in C minor, Op. 12 (1908-9), full score
  • Serenate op.46 (1930), full score and parts
  • Ricercare sul nome Guido M. Gatti (1942), for piano

Casorti, August (1880–1905)

One source has 1830-1867. MusicSack has b.1908.

N.B. August Casorti (fl.1880–1905; above are floruit dates) is apparently distinct from Casorti, Alessandro (1830–67). “b.1908” cannot be a birth year; Bogentechnik is apparently 19th century. PML 1 February 2011
  • The Techniques Of Bowing, Op. 50

Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Mario (1895–1968)

Under copyright worldwide, apart from earlier works (published before 1923) which are PD in the USA.
No posting without written permission from the copyright owner.

  • Alghe
  • Capitan Fracassa, Op.16 (©1921)
  • Cipressi, Op.17 (©1921)
  • Coplas
  • Girotondo dei Golosi (©1920)
  • I Naviganti
  • Questo fu il Carro della Morte (©1916)
  • Il Raggio Verde
  • Stelle Cadenti (©1919)

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • Violin Concerto No.2, Op. 66 I Profeti (The Prophets; for Jascha Heifetz) (pub.1954 or n.d.[1954])
  • String Quartet in G (comp.1929, ©1931) (first of 3 numbered quartets, others are in ms.)
  • Concerto italiano : in sol minore (©1926)

Castro, Ricardo (1864–1907)

  • Piano Concerto, Op.22 (Hofmeister, pub.1905/6)
  • Cello Concerto in C minor (1895), Full score and Parts.
  • Oithana, Op.55

Catalani, Alfredo (1854–1893)

  • La Wally, full score
  • Scherzo-Tarantella - Piano score

Catenhusen, Ernst (1833–1918)

(German Wikipedia has 1841 to 1918, but VIAF gives 1833)

  • Psalm 88 in D minor
  • Concert overture in G major (both manuscripts at Landesbibliothek Coburg, the overture an autograph (that is, not a fair copy). Attribution of the overture not definite.)

Catherine, Georges (1872–1958)

  • Scale Study, 2 Vol. (cited by A. Bachmann; probably not under copyright in the US)

Ceillier, Laurent (1887–1925)

  • Pièces pour Anne-Marie : 6 petites pièces à 4 mains pour de grands enfants (pub. 1913)

Celega, Nicolò (1844–1906)

  • Minuet for strings, op.240

Cellier, Alexandre (1883–1968)

Under copyright worldwide, apart from earlier works (published before 1923) which are PD in the USA.
No posting without written permission from the copyright owner.

  • Suite Symphonique
  • Eglises et Paysages
  • Pelerinages
  • Trois Chorals
  • Prelude et Fugue
  • Choral-Prelude sur Psaume 65
  • Theme et Variations sur le Psaume 149

Cervantes, Ignacio (1847–1905)

Chadwick, George Whitefield (1854–1931)

  • 3 Waltzes (p1890)

Chaminade, Cécile (1857–1944)

  • Op.1 - Etude in A flat major for Piano
  • Op.3 - Scherzo-Etude for Piano
  • Op.4 - Caprice-Etude for Piano
  • Op.109 - Cinquieme valse "Militaire"
  • Op.30 - Scarf Dance for piano - Air de Ballet #3 (pubs. Enoch & Cie, G.Schirmer)

Chansarel, René (1864–1945)

  • Nocturne for cello and piano (pub. 1905, Grus)
  • Suite "En Toscane" for piano

Chapí, Ruperto (1851–1909)

  • String Quartets 1–4 (early editions (poss. pub. 190x?), not the 1998 new edition)

Chapuis, Auguste (1858–1933)

  • Cello Sonata (pub.1919)

Charpentier, Marc-Antoine (1643–1704)

  • Messe des morts à quatre voix, H. 7-7a
  • Messe pour le samedi de Pâques, H.8
  • Messe des morts à 4 voix et symphonie, H.10
  • Te Deum à quatre voix H 147 (1693)
  • Te Deum à 4 voix H 148 (1699)
  • Mors Saulis et Jonathae, H.403
  • Sans frayeur dans ce bois, chaconne for soprano & continuo, H. 467 (first edition if possible)
  • Caecilia, Virgo et Martyr, H.413
  • Epitaphium Carpentarii H. 474 (cantata for 6 voices & continuo, manuscript or first edition if possible)
  • In honorem Sancti Ludovici regis Galliae, H. 332 (manuscript or first edition if possible)
  • In nativitatem Domini Nostri Jesu Christi Canticum, histoire sacrée for 4 voices, chorus, 2 treble instruments & continuo, H. 414 (manuscript or first edition)
  • Sacrificium Abrahae, H. 402 (manuscript or first edition)
  • Judicium Salomonis, H.422
  • La Descente d'Orphée aux enfers, H. 488 (1686-1687)
  • Le Jugement de Pâris (1690)
  • Messe pour plusieurs instruments au lieu des orgues, H.513

Chausson, Ernest (1855–1899)

Cherubini, Luigi (1760–1842)

  • Les Abencérages (1813; Vocal Score or Full Score)

Chevillard, Camille (1859–1923)

  • Le chène et le roseau: poème symphonique, d'après la fable de la Fontaine, Op.7 (pub. 1901)

Chinzer, Giovanni (1700–1749)

  • The Hunt for 2 flutes

Chop, Max (1862–1929)

  • Reznicek, sein Leben und seine Werke (p1920)
  • Führer durch Franz Liszt’s sinfonische Dichtungen (p1894)
  • Suite Der Heimat for orch. (p1901)

Chopin, Frédéric (1810–1849)

  • Galop (1846) [probably Galop Marquis, which is already uploaded.]
  • Andantino animato (1845)
  • Prelude in F (1845)
  • Nocturen Opus 9 no. 2 in Eb Major (Arranged for Guitar) full score (1830-1832)
  • Mazur in G (Jakiez kwiaty, jakie wianki) (On the setting of a poem by Ignac Maciejowski) (August 22, 1829)
  • Preludes opus 28, edited by Paderewski.
  • Piano Sonata No.2, Op.35 arranged for 2 pianos, 4 hands by Camille Saint-Saëns (Durand, 1907)

Choulet, Charles (1845–1868)

(flourishing dates)

  • String Quartets No.1 Op.19 (1850s, Richault), Op.23 in F (1854, Hofmeister)

Chvála, Emanuel (1851–1924)

  • String Quartet in C minor (published 1898)

Chwatal, Franz Xaver (1808–1879)

  • Piano Duet Sonata, Op.15 (pub.1839 or ca.1832? by Schuberth)
  • 3 Sonatines, Op.64 (Heinrichshoften, pub.1848)
  • Introduction and Var. on a theme from the opera "Der Bergmönch", Op.11 (pub.1836, repub.2005)
  • Weihnachts-Symphonie, Op.183 (toy symphony) (pub.1864)

Ciandelli, Gaetano (1791?–1840?)

  • Basso Concerto Di Violoncello (1811)
  • Composizioni strumentali in G Major for cello (1791)
  • Concerto Ciaudelli Concerto per Violoncello Solo and Orchestra in C Major (1811)
  • Scherzo for Cello and Orch (Piano) (Sopra alcuni pensieri della Linda di Chamounix)

Cilea, Francesco (1866–1950)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Adriana Lecouvreur (1903, opera), full score
  • Gloria (1907, opera), vocal score

Cimarosa, Domenico (1749–1801)

Clapisson, Louis (1808–1866)

  • Horn and piano duo, Op.55 in E (pub.1831 by Richault)
  • Ave Verum in B (H-dur) (4 voices) (ms copy at Brussels)

Clapp, Philip Greeley (1888–1954)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • O Gladsome Light (pub.1908)
  • Suite for Brass (pub.1938, PD-CA?)
  • Opera The Flaming Brand (pub.1954, PD-CA?)
  • Symphonies (12+2 unnumbered early?) (published? or all only in manuscript? Broadcasts exist of several of them.)
  • A Chant of Darkness (pub.1934, song to words by Helen Keller) (PD-CA?)
  • Suite for Trombone Quartet (pub.1939)

(&c?)

Clarke, Hamilton (1840–1912)

  • Flute Sonata n.2, Op.153 (p.1883?)
  • String Quartet in A op.246 (ca.1895)

Claussmann, Aloÿs (1850–1926)

  • Organ works / Œuvres pour orgue

Clemens non Papa, Jacobus (ca.1510–1556)

  • Missa Pastores quidnam vidisits

Clement, Franz (1780–1842)

  • Violin Concerto, Op.4 (pub.ca.1804/5) (recently reissued and collected into full score in a 2005 A-R Editions pub.)
  • Piano Quartet "Grand Quatuor" (pub.ca.1804)
  • Piano Concerto Op.5 (pub.1803)

Clementi, Muzio (1752–1832)

  • Symphonies
  • Selection of Practical Harmony

Coccia, Carlo (1782–1873)

  • La donna selvaggia (full score and parts)

Coenen, Johannes Meinardus (1825–1899)

Coerne, Louis Adolphe (1870–1922)

  • Petite Suite for Trio, Op.64 (p.1902)
  • Swedische Sonate, Op.60 (p.1901)
  • Hiawatha, Op.18, symphonic poem (p.1894)
  • Nancy Thatcher, Op.40, opera (ms, 1897 @ Connecticut College)
  • 2 Songs, Op.35/69?, p.1895
  • 3 Little Piano Trios, Op.62
  • Mass in D minor, Op.53 (pub.1902)
  • String Quartet, Op.19 ("Aria" pub.1894)
  • Excalibur for orchestra, Op.180 (pub.1931 though poss. "n.d." Orch. score at LoC, materials at FLP.)

Cohan, George (1878–1942)

  • Star Spangled Spectacular (full score and parts)

Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel (1875–1912)

Works first published after 1966 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.
THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • Nonet in F minor, Op.2 (performed publicly in 1894 with a public review in Musical Times so manuscript if scanned may be PD? don't know.- Schissel)

Colombi, Giuseppe (1635–1694)

  • Chiacona a Basso Solo (1st piece ever written for solo cello) (1670)
  • Toccata da Violone Solo (1670)

Concone, Giuseppe (1801–1861)

  • 25 Melodious Studies; Easy And Progressive, Op. 24 (pub. by 1892 at latest so PD. - Schissel)

Conti, Francesco Bartolomeo (1681–1732)

  • Festi teatrali
  • Oratorios

Cords, Gustav (1870–1951)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Schulerkonzert Op.41 (pub.1913)
  • Melodia appassionata (for cornet) (pub.1905)
  • Trio Op.61 (pub.1927)

Corelli, Arcangelo (1653–1713)

  • Concerto grosso Op. 6 No. 8, (Christmas concerto) parts
  • Trio sonata Opus 2 No. 12, Chaconne, parts
  • La Folia, Milstein Edition
  • op. post.: Sinfonia in D minor, WoO 1
  • op. post.: Sonata a Quattro, WoO 2 (Rogers, Amsterdam, 1699)[12]
  • op. post.: Sonata a Quattro, WoO 3 (Rogers, Amsterdam, 1699 – incomplete/dubious)
  • op. post.: 6 Sonate a tre, WoO 5–10 (Amsterdam 1714)

Cornelius, Peter (1824–1874)

  • 4 String Quartets (1841-1842, in manuscript?)

Corrette, Michel (1709–1795)

  • Les Méthodes
  • the 25 Concertos Comiques
  • Opp. 3 and 4 Concertos
  • Le Berger Fortuné, 1737
  • Les Récréations du Berger Fortuné, 1737
  • Les Voyages du Berger Fortuné aux Indes Orientales, 1737
  • L'Asne dort, 1740
  • Op. 26 Concerti
  • Le Phenix, Concerto pour quatre Violoncelles, Violes ou Bassons, c. 1735
  • Concerto Spirituel, 1731
  • Pastorale, 1732
  • III Concerto de Noëls, 1735
  • Noëls Suisses, 1737
  • Noël Allemand "Lobt Gott, ihr Christen, alle gleich", 1741
  • Concerto de noëls, 1754, perdu
  • Les Ages. Ballet Pantomime, œuvre X (28 juillet 1733)
  • Concert de Simphonies, œuvre XV, incomplet, 1735.
  • Six Symphonies en Quatuor sur les Noëls, 1762
  • Carillon, ajouté à la Messe des Morts de Gilles, 1764.
  • Opp. 12 and 25
  • Les Amusemens du Parnasse. Méthode courte et facile pour apprendre à toucher le Clavecin, avec les plus jolis airs à la mode, où les doigts sont chiffrés pour les Commençans (all 8 books)
  • Divertissements pour le clavecin ou le forte piano, avec le Combat naval, 1779
  • Noëls avec des variations, l'O Filii et un Carillon.. qui peuvent s'exécuter sur l'orgue et le piano-forte, 1782, perdus.
  • Leçons de Ténèbres à voix seule avec accompagnement de l'orgue, pour la premier de chaque jour, le Mercredi, le Jeudi et le Vendredi Saint, 1784.
  • Op. 6

Corteccia, Francesco (1502–1571)

  • Passione secondo Giovanne 1527

Couperin, François (1668–1733)

Couperin, Louis (1626–1661)

  • Œuvre d'orgue
  • Œuvre d'Clavecin (Complete, Full Score)
  • Oldham Manuscript
  • 2 fantaisies for 2 viols
  • 1 simphonie, for one instrument and basso continuo
  • 2 simphonies, for two instruments and basso continuo
  • 2 fantaisies à 5 for shawm band
  • 2 fantaisies à 5 (for strings?)

Le Couppey, Félix (1811–1887)

Cowen, Frederic Hymen (1852–1935)

  • Signa (1893) - vocal score (Sibley, not yet digitised)
  • 2 Morceaux pour orchestre (Mélodie & À l'espagnole) (Gutmann, 1888, repub. 1901)

Cramer, Johann Baptist (1771–1858)

  • Piano Concerto No.8 Op.70
  • Studio per il pianoforte, Op. 50, in first edition (or autograph?!)
  • Sonata in E minor, Op.59

Crane, Helen C. (1868–1925)

(1925 is a guess.)

  • String Trio in G minor, Op.21 (pub.1908. "H.C. Crane" -attribution to Helen C. Crane also a guess, via MusicSack. HMB 1908 p.136 does give "Helen C. Crane" though they might also be guessing...)
  • Piano Trio in E major, Op.20 (pub.1907. Can be seen digitized @ BSB)

Cras, Jean (1879–1932)

Crawford Seeger, Ruth (1901–1953)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • String Quartet

Crawford, Thomas James (1877–1955)

Crémont, Pierre (1784–1846)

  • Violin Concerto No.1, Op.1 (composed and premiered 1815, pub.1815 or 1816) (wrote at least 11, according to Worldcat) (WorldCat- parts at Free Lib. Philadelphia)
  • Clarinet Concerto Op.4 (1817 or other early edition, not modern of course)

Cristo, Pedro de (1545–1618)

  • Salva nos, Domine a 8
  • Osanna Filio David
  • Sanctorum meritis

Cross, Michael Hurley (1833–1897)

  • Piano Trio in A minor, Op.25 (pub. Schirmer, 1893)

Croze-Magnan, Jean-Baptiste de (1820–1891)

  • 6th & 7th Messes solennelle (pub.1862, 1879)

Crusell, Bernhard Henrik (1775–1838)

  • Clarinet Concertos No.1 (Op.1) (piano reduction or full score)
  • Introduction et Air Varié Opus 12 (Introduction and variations) (premiered 1804, rewritten, then published 1831/32, Richault)
  • Rondo for 2 clarinets and piano (Dresden, 1822, republished, with a quartet-accompaniment arrangement, 1885)

Cui, César (1835–1918)

  • Full scores of operas (manuscript or engraved):
    • Prisoner of the Caucasus
    • The Mandarin's Son
    • William Ratcliff
    • Mlada (Act 1)
    • Angelo
    • Le Flibustier
    • The Saracen
    • Feast in Time of Plague
    • The Snow Bogatyr' (At least a full score of the introduction was made.)
    • Mateo Falcone
    • The Captain's Daughter
    • Musorgsky: The Fair at Sorochintsy
  • Prisoner of the Caucasus -- 2nd Russian edition (ca. 1885)
  • The Stone Guest (Complete Opera)--Full Score (collaborated with Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, completion of original by Alexander Dragomyschski).

Cutter, Benjamin (1857–1910)

  • Piano trio in A minor (no.2), Op.24 (pub.1894)
  • Mass in D (cop 1898)

Czerny, Carl (1791–1857)

  • Symphonies
  • 3 Rondos for Flute and Piano, Op. 374 (nos.2&3)
  • Divertissement de Concert, for piano & orchestra, Op. 204
  • Variations on "Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser" (with Quartet or Orchestral Accompaniment), Op.73
  • Sonate Pastorale for Piano 4-Hands, Op. 121
  • 8 Nocturnes op.368
  • "O Salutaris Hostia" (possibly 3 or 4 different settings by the composer?)
  • 8 or more masses?
  • 30 Etudes Brilliants op.753
  • Piano Trio No.4 Op.289
  • Introduction & Variations Concertant on a Tirolienne in F minor for Piano & Cello Op.248
  • Grande Serenade Concertante, Op.126
  • Piano Concerto in C major, Op.78
  • Rondo brillant, Op.233

Daffner, Hugo (1882–1936)

  • Piano Trio in F, Op.10 (©1910 by Junne)
  • Organ Sonata, Op.1
  • 3 Pieces for piano 4 hands, Op.9 (pub. by Junne, 1909 or 1910?)

Dalquen, Franz M. (1804–1877)

May be the same as Frédéric d'Alquen to whom the following is attributed.

  • 2 Morceaux de Genre pour Violoncelle (ou Violon) avec Piano. (Romance & Tarantelle.) Pub. 1883 by Schott. (HMB 1883 p.317.)

Damaré, Eugène (1840–1919)

  • Le merle blanc for piccolo flute and orchestra
  • Caprice, Op.174 (pub.1893)
  • Concertino (pub.1893)

Dancla, Charles (1817–1907)

  • School Of Mechanism, Op. 74
  • String Quartets, particularly no.13 in B minor op.160
  • Violin Concerto Opus 78 full score and reduction for violin & piano
  • Piano Trios Op.22 (#1), 40 (#3) (pub. by 1846, 1847 acc. HMB, BdlF respectively)

Dancla, Léopold (1822–1895)

(Jean-Pierre-Léopold Dancla, younger brother of Charles; they also had a sister, Laure, who was a fairly well-known pianist (and composer??).)

  • String Quartet, Op.27 (Richault, 1858)
  • 3e air varié pour le violon, avec... de piano, sur la Dernière Pensée de Bellini, Op.4 (Schonenberger, 1850)
  • 3 petits (piano) trios, Op.59

Daneau, Nicolas (1866–1944)

  • String Quartet in D (published by Cranz, 1921)
  • Piano Quintet in C (pub. Cranz 1921)

Dannreuther, Edward (1844–1905)

  • 3 songs from Shakespeare's Twelfth Night

Danzi, Franz (1763–1826)

  • Cello Concerto in A major
  • Konzert für zwei Tasteninstrumente
  • Horn Concerto
  • Piano Concerto in E♭ major
  • 4 Bassoon Concertos
  • Flute Concerto No. 1 in G major, Op. 30
  • Flute Concerto No. 2 in D minor, Op. 31
  • 3 Quartets for bassoon and strings, Op. 40
  • Flute Concerto No. 3 in D minor, Op. 42
  • Flute Concerto No. 4 in D major, Op. 43
  • 3 Potpourris for Clarinet and Orchestra, Op. 45 (1814)
  • Symphonie concertante in E♭ major for wind quintet and orchestra (1785)
  • Symphonie concertante in B♭ major for flute, clarinet and orchestra, Op. 41
  • Opera "Der Quasi-Mann" (1789)
  • Opera "Ber Berggeist" (the score is in Bayerische Staatsbibliothek)

Darke, Harold (1888–1976)

Under copyright worldwide, apart from earlier works (published before 1923) which are PD in the USA.
No posting without written permission from the copyright owner.

  • Communion Service in F (the one pub. by Stainer 1913?)
  • Rhapsody, Op.4, pub.1908
  • Te Deum & Jubilate, pub.1910
  • 3 Songs of Innocence, pub.1911
  • Quartet for Piano and Winds (premiered by 1909)

Dārziņš, Volfgangs (1906–1962)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

Dauprat, Louis-François (1781–1868)

  • Horn Concertos 3 and 4 opp.18, 19 (pub.1824 by Zetter)

Daussoigne-Méhul, Alexandre (1829–1902)

  • Violin Sonata, Op.98, pub.1895 (by Durdilly)

Davenport, Francis Williams (1847–1925)

  • 1st Symphony in D-minor (Unsure if published, entered in competiton in which it came ahead of Stanfords 1st)
  • 2nd Symphony in G
  • Overture "Twelth Night"
  • Prelude & Fugue for Orchestra
  • Piano Trio in B-flat, Op. 5
  • Six Pieces for Piano & Cello

David, Félicien (1810–1876)

  • Symphony in E (full score, pub.1846) (see WorldCat, BdlF 1846 p.572)
  • Les brises d'Orient (cycle, pub. by Escudier/Bureau Central in 1845)

David, Ferdinand (1810–1873)

  • Concertino for Trombone and Orchestra, Op. 4
  • Violin Concerto No.4, Op.23 (any edition incl. 1908 Breitkopf edition ok...)

David, Karl Heinrich (1884–1951)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Piano Trio in G minor, Op.7 (pub. 1911, Hug)
  • Das hohe Lied Salomonis, Op.12 (pub. 1914?)

Dayas, William H. (1864–1903)

  • String Quartet, Op.9 (published 1889, Kistner)
(NY Public Library has this but in library only, not circ.)
  • Violin Sonata, Op.11 (composed March 1898 and published 1898, Kistner)
  • Cello Sonata, Op.12 (composed and published 1901, Kistner)

Debussy, Claude (1862–1918)

Works first published after 1966 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.
Posthumously published works with copyright issues

  • Le Printemps (cantata for the Prix de Rome)
Is this the work? Printemps (Debussy, Claude) --Lisztrachmaninovfan 01:20, 29 March 2013 (EDT)
  • Sonatas 4 (for oboe, horn, and harpsichord), 5 (for clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, and piano), and 6 (for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, violin, viola, cello, harp, harpsichord, and piano)
These were incomplete as of Debussy's death in 1918, but if anyone knows where there are fragments or sketches of them, that would be very helpful. --Reiny 12:56, 4 April 2013
  • Orchestral version of 5 Poèmes de Charles Baudelaire
  • Orchestral version of Trois ballades de François Villon --Reiny 5:04, 31 January 2014
  • Rêverie arranged for organ by Palmer Christian (BMC, 1919)
  • La Flûte de Pan ou Syrinx (Revised by A. Ljungar-Chapelon), La Flûte de Pan (MS. Brussels) (Autographus Musicus AM037)
This work was first published on 1927 as Sylinx. Only Score parts are required.

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • Piano Trio (pub. 1986)
  • Les soirs illuminés par l'ardeur du charbon (Album Leaf for piano) – first publ. 2003, copyright in Canada until 2054
  • Nocturne and Scherzo for Piano and Cello, L. 26 – first publ. 1995, copyright in Canada until 2046
  • Intermezzo for Cello and Orchestra (or piano), L. 27 – first publ. 1944 ed. by Gregor Piatigorsky (1903–1976), copyright in Canada until 2027
This is really more of an arrangement by Piatigorsky anyway.
It looks like the G. Henle Verlag edition (pub. 1986) is actually PD in the EU and Canada, but not in the U.S.: Piano Trio in G major (Debussy, Claude) --Lisztrachmaninovfan 01:20, 29 March 2013 (EDT)
  • Orchestral score of Pelleas et Melisande that includes his revised orchestration
  • "Symphonie en si mineur", for piano, four hands

Decourcelle, Paul (1854–1940)

  • Voulez-vous ? (polka)

Degner, Erich Wolf (1858–1908)

  • Serenade for small orch. (pub.1909)
  • 3 Vortragsstücke für Holzblasinstrumente mit Pfte. (Aus dem Nachlass hrsg. v. H. Kundigraber.) (Capriccio for flute, rondo for oboe, rondo for clarinet.) (published by Siegel, 1912.)

Deigendesch, Karl (1839–1911)

  • Die Errettung des Moses, Op.58 (pub.ca.1903)
  • 3 Marienlieder, Op.93 (pub. Böhm & Sohn, 1908)
  • Festkantate, Op.84 (pub.1903)

Delafosse, Léon (1874–1955)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Violin Sonata (pub. 1900, Heugel)
  • Piano Concerto A-dur

De Lamarter, Eric (1880–1953)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Organ Concerto No.2 in A (1921 September, premiered by February 24 1922)
  • Perhaps Symphony No.1 in D (premiered 1914- published 1930s poss.?) (materials @ Fleisher but hopefully not only there)

Delannoy, Marcel (1898–1962)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • État de veille : cinq mélodies sur des poèmes de Robert Desnos, op. 48 (pub. 1946, Max Eschig)
  • String Quartet in E major (pub. 1931, Durand)
  • Rapsodie for trumpet, alto saxophone, cello and piano (pub. 1934, Heugel)
  • Sérénade concertante for violin and piano (pub. 1938, Associated Music)

Deldevez, Édouard Marie Ernest (1817–1897)

  • String Quartets, Op.10 (pub.1857)
  • String Quintet, Op.22 (pub.1864?)

Delius, Frederick (1862–1934)

  • The Sea
  • Koanga, Act II: La Calinda
  • Romance (for cello and piano) (1896)
  • Caprice and Elegy for Cello and Piano, (1930)

Delune, Louis (1876–1940)

  • Symphony in C (perf. in 1906 in Boston)
  • String Quartets
  • Piano Quintet

Demersseman, Jules (1833–1866)

  • op.81 Grand solo de concert no 5 flute & piano
  • op.60 6 fantasies flute and piano
  • op.53 6 petits fantaisies flute and piano
  • op.50 6 fantaisies fl and pf

Demessieux, Jeanne (1921–1968)

Under copyright worldwide.
No posting without written permission from the copyright owner.

  • Nativité, op. 4
  • Six Études, op. 5
  • Sept Méditations sur le Saint-Esprit, op. 6
  • Triptyque, op. 7
  • Twelve Choral-Preludes on Gregorian Chant Themes, op. 8
  • Te Deum, op. 11
  • Prélude et Fugue en Ut, op. 13
  • "Chanson de Roland" for chorus, mezzo soprano, and orchestra

Depas, Ernest (1809–1889)

  • Grand Duo (in E) for piano and violin, Op.80 (pub.1862)

Destenay, Edouard (1850–1924)

  • Violin Sonata, Op.31 (published 1907)
  • Piano Quintet No.1 (published 1899)
  • Piano Trio in A minor (published 1910)
  • Quintet No.2 (strings and harp) (published 1905)

Dett, Robert Nathaniel (1882–1942)

  • Tropic Winter (piano)
  • Cinnamon Grove (piano)
  • Enchantment (piano)
  • After the Cakewalk (piano)
  • Cave of the Winds (piano)
  • Inspiration Waltzes (piano)
  • Nepenthe and the Muse (piano)

Devienne, François (1759–1803)

  • 6 Duets, Op. 82
  • Flute quartet (for flute, violin, viola, cello) in b minor, opus 16 number 3
  • Presto for 2 flutes
  • Quartet for Bassoon and strings Opus 73

Diémer, Louis (1843–1919)

  • Cello Sonata, Op.22 (pub.1878)

Dienel, Otto (1839–1905)

  • Organ works

Diener, Olga (1890–1963)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • String Quartets (54 of them? autograph scores @ Schweizerische Nationalbibliothek, Bern. Unpublished?)

Dieren, Bernard van (1887–1936)

  • Impromptu (fantasiestück) for solo violin (published 1909)
  • 3 Lieder, Op.4 (published 1908)
  • Canzonetta in E minor for violin and piano (Lichtenauer, 1909)

Dieter, Christian Ludwig (1757–1822)

  • Romance for 2 flutes
  • Rondo in G major for 2 flutes

Dietrich, Albert (1829–1908)

  • Cello Concerto in G Minor, Op. 32

Dieupart, Charles (1667–1740)

  • 6 Sonates pour flûte à bec et basse continue (Londres, 1717)
  • environ 30 Airs entre 1729 et 1731, dans The Musical Miscellany
  • Select Lessons for Harpsichord or Spinett (Walsh, London)
  • Concerto à 5 pour violon, cordes et basse continue
  • Concerto à 5 pour hautbois, cordes et basse continue en la majeur
  • Concerto à 5 pour flûte, cordes et basse continue en la mineur
  • 2 Concertos grossos
  • 2 Concertos pour deux chœurs en mi mineur, en si bémol majeur
  • Concerto pour trompette, deux hautbois et basse continue en si mineur

Dimitrescu, Constantin (1847–1928)

  • String Quartet No.5, Op.42 (pub.1890)
  • Cello Concerto No.1
  • Cello Concerto No.2
  • Rustic Dance for cello and piano (as well as any other arrangements)

Distler, Hugo (1908–1942)

  • Mörike-Chorliederbuch
  • Geistliche Gesänge op.12
  • Harpsichord Concerto
  • Die Weihnachtsgeschichte op.10 (full scores)
  • Wie der Hirsch schreit nach frischem Wasser
  • Complete Organ Works

Note: PD-CA but even the 2-piano sonata opus 1 is from 1931 so only unpublished works - if those - are PD-US. BSB has works by Distler (so they may scan some.) (Schissel)

Dittersdorf, Carl Ditters von (1739–1799)

  • Double Bass Concerto
(An exceptionally large number of requests for works by Dittersdorf, Carl Ditters von were removed to: the composer’s discussion page. Please read the wishlist guidelines on what constitutes unreasonable requests.)

Dobrowen, Issay (1894–1953)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Violin Sonata, Op.15 (©1923, rev.1927)
  • Piano Concerto, Op.20 (©1928, poss. earlier editions exist)
  • Mélodie hebraïque : pour violon et piano, Op.12 (pub. 1918)

Döhler, Theodor (1814–1856)

  • Piano Concerto, Op.7 (p.1835)
  • Andante for Violin and Piano, Op.71 (p.1850) (conf. BdlF, HMB)
  • 11th and 12th nocturnes (Opp.69, 70) (p.1850, Brandus)

Dohnányi, Ernő (1877–1960)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Konzertstück in D Major for cello and orchestra, Op. 12 (1904), Piano reduction
  • Fugue in D Minor for piano, left hand alone, WoO (1913)
  • Szimfonikus percek, Op. 36 (1933, pub. 1935 or n.d.(1935))

Donizetti, Gaetano (1797–1848)

  • L'assedio di Calais (melodramma lirico, 1836; publ. Ricordi); copies at the Library of Congress, Eastman School of Music, and Harvard University, and unavailable through interlibrary loan; no other known copies in North America
  • Sonata in C major for flute and piano
  • Solo Viola Part from Viola Concerto in D Minor
(An exceptionally large number of requests for works by Donizetti, Gaetano were removed to: the composer’s discussion page. Please read the wishlist guidelines on what constitutes unreasonable requests.)

Donizetti, Giuseppe (1788–1856)

  • Concerto for Violin and Cello

Dont, Jakob (1815–1888)

  • 24 Preparatory Exercises, Op. 27

Dopper, Cornelis (1870–1939)

  • Cello Concerto (composed 1910, revised 1923) (autographs at NMI. ded. to Gerard Hekking)
  • Symphonies (7. Published? Many of the mss. at NMI. Syms. 2, 3 published 2001)

Dorn, Charles James (1839–1909)

  • Tramore Waltzes (for guitar and 2 mandolins; pub.1895 by J. White)

Dorn, Heinrich Ludwig Egmont (1804–1892)

  • Die Nibelungen, opera, Op.73 (pub.1855/6?)

Dotzauer, Friedrich (1783–1860)

  • Variations to Nel cor piú-Mich fliehen alle Freuden from the Opera La Molinara by Paisiello for Cello solo, Op.183
  • Piano Trio Op.180 (Damköhler, 1851)
  • Cello concerto op.27
  • Quartet for Bassoon and Strings Opus 36
  • Cello concerto op.66
  • Cello concerto op.72
  • Cello concerto op.81
  • Cello concerto op.82
  • Cello concerto op.84 in e minor
  • Cello concerto op.93 (pub. by A. Farrenc and by N. Simrock, by 1829. Mentioned in volume 4, 1829, of Revue musicale)
  • Cello concerto op.100
  • Cello concerto op.101 in F major
  • 3 Preludes and Fugues for Cello Op.178

Draeseke, Felix (1835–1913)

  • Piano Concerto in E major, Op. 36, Two Piano Reduction
  • Christus-Mysterium Klavierauszug Piano Reduction - Klavierauszug/vocal score is completely available!
  • Thuner See, symphonic poem (Full score or piano reduction) - Sorry, has never been published! For more information ask IDG or noten.png@aol.com
  • Serenade, Op.49
  • Der gebundene Styl. Lehrbuch für Kontrapunkt und Fuge (©1902)
  • Cello Sonata in D, Op.51 (1890, c1892) (Forberg edition, not modern edition!!)
  • Scene for Violin, Op.69

Driffill, William Ralph (1870–1922)

Works first published after 1966 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.

  • Toccata in F minor (from Suite No. 1)

Drigo, Riccardo (1846–1930)

  • The Talisman (1889) Piano reduction
  • The Magic Flute (1889) Piano reduction
  • The Awakening of Flora (1894) Piano reduction
  • Pas de Trois from "The Fairy Doll" (1903) Piano reduction
  • La Perle (1896) Piano reduction

Drouet, Louis François Philippe (1792–1873)

  • Method of Flute Playing (London, 1830)

Düben, Andreas (I) (1558–1625)

Düben, Andreas (1597–1662)

Düben, Gustaf (ca.1628–1690)

Düben, Martin (ca.1598–1650)

Dubois, Théodore (1837–1924)

  • Symphony No.2 in D major (pub.1913)
  • Symphony No.3 in A major (pub./©1923) (PD-CA/EU, anyway)
  • Cantilène for violin, cello (or horn) and piano (or organ) (pub.1903, Heugel)
  • Adonis, poème symphonique (pub. Heugel in reduction at least, 1901, 1907 in full score)
  • 42 Pieces pour Orgue
  • Entrée for Organ
  • Dixtuor (1907, published 1909. New edition of 2007 exists but 1909 edition should be used)
  • Concert-capriccioso for Piano and Orchestra c-moll (1876) - Piano Score or Full score/Manuscript

Dufresne, G. (fl. 1877)

  • Danse orientale, No.3/3 Pièces caractéristiques

Dukas, Paul (1865–1935)

  • Allegro, for piano (1925)
  • Ariane et Barbe-bleue, piano solo transcription
  • Fanfare pour précéder la Péri, any arrangement for piano
  • Götz de Berlichingen (overture? 1884 manuscript. first published 2007. unless performed before 1961, may not be hostable?-Schissel)
  • L'apprenti sorcier (The sorcerer's apprentice), arrangement pour orgue seul (organ solo transcription)
  • Modéré, for piano (published posthumously in 1936)
  • Polyeucte, any arrangement for 1 or 2 pianos
  • Vocalise-étude (alla gitana)

Dumonchau, Charles-François (1775–1821)

  • 6 Sonatines, Op.15 (ca.1807?)
  • 3 Fortepiano Sonatas, Op.28 (pub.1807/8)

Du Mont, Henry (ca.1610 — 8 May 1684)

Dunham, Henry Morton (1853–1929)

  • Organ Sonata No.3 in D minor, Op.22
  • Organ Concerto in D minor (manuscript copy @ Stabikat. May be related to Op.22?)
  • Passacaglia in G minor, Op.23 (©1911)

Dupin, Paul (1865–1949)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Jean-Christophe..., for piano and voice/piano (pub. E. Demets, 1908)
  • Recueil de mélodies, for voice and piano (pub. M. Senart, 1909; republished Recital Publications)
  • Poëmes, for string quartet (pub. M. Senart, 1909) (we have suite 1)
  • La Payse à Jean, for voice, violin and piano (pub. Durand, 1918)
  • Dentelles, for piano (pub. Costallat, 1927)
  • Sept noëls familiers (pub. R. Deiss, 1928)
  • Trois noëls, for voice and piano (pub. M. Eschig, 1935)

Duport, Jean-Louis (1749–1819)

  • 3 Duos, 2vc, (1782)
  • Cello Concerto No.1 in A Major,(1785 by)
  • Cello Concerto No.2 in G Major,(1785 by)
  • Cello Concerto No.5 in D Major,(ca.1814)
  • Cello Concerto No.6 in D minor,(ca.1815)
  • 3 Duos for cello and harp, Op.40 (1818)
  • 3 Nocturnes, Op. 70, vn/vc hrp

Durand, Emile (1830–1903)

  • Traité de composition musicale (pub. Durand, 1899)

Durante, Francesco (1684–1755)

(An exceptionally large number of requests for works by Durante, Francesco were removed to: the composer’s discussion page. Please read the wishlist guidelines on what constitutes unreasonable requests.)

Dussek, Jan Ladislav (1760–1812)

  • Instructions on the art of playing the piano-forte or harpsichord, or in German: Pianoforte Schule, without collaboration with Pleyel, Cramer or Clementi.

Duvernoy, Jean-Baptiste (1800–1880)

  • School Of Mechanism, Op. 120
  • Primary School, Op. 176

Dvořák, Antonín (1841–1904)

  • Armida, Opera Op.115 (©1921, Hudebni mat.)
  • Cello Concerto No. 1 in A major (B. 10) – first publ. 1975, possibly copyright in Canada until 2026
  • Kate and the devil, Opera Op.112 (pub.1908 in v.s.)
  • String Sextet in A major, Op. 48 (we have parts)
  • String Quartets (Nos. 1-3, 6) (5 is a reconstruction by Günter Raphael) (pub.1948 (op.2), 1962 (B-flat), 1964 (no.3 in D), 1983? (op.12))
  • Songs my mother taught me (from Gypsy songs), Op.55 No.4 (violin and piano version by Louis Persinger) - Persinger d.1966, under copyright everywhere except the US
  • String Quintet op 1 (first pub.1943, so PD-CA,EU only)


Earl of Westmorland, John Fane (1784–1859)

(See Wikipedia. Composer and patron of music. Worldcat lists 4 dozen items/musical-score "matches" under "Fane, John"; COPAC, RISM and other databases can be searched as well...)

  • La Primavera (cantata after Metastasio. pub.1814)
  • Symphony No.1 (in ms, premiered by Lenschow's Germania Orchestra. A reduction was published ca.1846 by Schlesinger.)
  • Mass (in ms?) (is this the Missa solenne by him that was published in 1846?)
  • Requiem (pub. Welsh & Hawes, ca.1824)
  • "Gran sinfonia : esprimente und battaglia nell' opera L'Eroe di Lancastro" (pub. Ricordi, 1830)
  • Catherine, or the Austrian captive, an opera in three acts (ca.1830)
  • Il Torneo : opera seria (published 1839 ca., Boosey)

Earl, Mary (1862–1932)

  • Flowers and Ferns
  • German Airs: Medley Two-Step
  • Sesame: Intermezzo Arabian

Ebel, Arnold (1883–1963)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Symphonische Ouverture : (Appassionata), Op.13 (pub.1914)
  • Requiem after Hebbel, Op.17 (pub.1912)

Ebel, David (I) (ca.1500–1576)

  • [titles unknown] compositions in the songbooks of the Danish court chapel of 1541 ms Royal Library Copenhagen
[rem: the year 1541 seems incorrect because David Ebel sr was at the Danish court from 1551. If the year is correct, these compositions are by yet another David Ebel, possibly the father of David sr. This would also explain the unrealistic alternate death dates of David sr and the unrealistic lifespan of David sr and David jr of before 1520 to 1639]
  • In dulce jubilo (Fuga 6 vocum). Motet. Voices. c1556 ms ascribed to Dav. Abell
  • Fantasia Komm heiliger geist. Organ ? comp by David sr or David jr in the Pelplin tablature, Poland c1630
  • Praeambulum (Preludium) in d. Organ attr to David Abel jr Christoph Krummacher at Gercke-Herbst organ Basedow. Berlin Classics 1075
  • Praeambulum (Preludium) pedaliter in d. Organ attr to David Abel jr idem

Ebel, David (II) (ca.1576–1639)

  • Currant Ab., Anno 1626. Organ. 1626 ms 376 Copenhagen
  • Praeludium ex clave G ab Org. Organ ms 376 Copenhagen
  • Praeambulum in d. Organ attr to David Abel jr Christoph Krummacher at Gercke-Herbst organ Basedow. Berlin Classics 1075
  • Praeambulum pedaliter in d. Organ attr to David Abel jr idem
  • Fantasia Komm heiliger geist. Organ ? comp by David sr or David jr in the Pelplin tablature, Poland c1630

Ebel, Hermann (ca.1550–1616)

  • any works

Eberlin, Johann Ernst (1702–1762)

  • Requiem Full Score
  • Toccatas and Fugues Full Scores ( in progress!)
  • Passion Oratorios and other Oratorios (other than ones in library, full scores)

Ebers, Carl Friedrich (1770–1836)

  • Bassoon Concerto, Op.41 (pub.ca.1817)
  • Flute Duos, Op.55 (pub.ca.1815)
  • Grosse Sinfonie (Concertante), Op.40 (pub.ca.1817)
  • Overture, Op.45 (pub.ca.1818)
  • Freischütz-Fantaisie, Op.46 (pub.ca.1811, @BSB)
  • Beethoven Sym. 3 arr. for double quintet

Eder, Victor (1863–1933)

  • Liturgical works very many (900-odd?) in autograph at Metten, some works published (by Pustet eg) would interest

Egger, Max (1863–1962)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Frau Holda, opera (pub.1908)

Eggert, Joachim Nicolas (1779–1813)

  • Sextet (pub.1818 ca., Breitkopf und Härtel)
  • Piano Quartet Op.3 (pub.ca.1813, B&H)
  • Symphony (not sure which?) (was pub.ca.1815, B&H. Poss. no.3 in E major?)

Ehrenberg, Carl (1878–1962)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Nachtlied, for violin and orchestra Op. 14 (p.1911)

Eichberg, Julius (1824–1893)

Eijken, Johan Albert van (1823–1868)

  • Organ works
  • Ouvertüre, Entr’-Acte u. Chöre zum Trauerspiel "Lucifer" (after Vondel), Op.40 (pub.1860)

Eisler, Hanns (1898–1962)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Solidaritätslied (Solidarity Song)

Elgar, Edward (1857–1934)

Works first published after 1966 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.

  • Froissart Overture Op. 19 (full score [London (Novello) 1890])
  • Minuet for Orchestra Op.21 (1897)
  • Pomp and Circumstance March Op. 39 No. 1 (organ transcription by E. Lemare)
  • Pomp and Circumstance Marches Op. 39 No. 6 (Full Score)
P&C5 in full score is already up, but unfortunately subject to blocking owing to the 95-year copyright in the US, which expires in 2020. P&C6 exists as either unpublished sketch fragments or the full score and parts realised by Anthony Payne, who is still living and would have full rights as co-author, so this is a fairly unrealistic wish. Regards, PML 9 July 2010
  • Cockaigne Overture, Op.40 (Piano transcription by Otto Singer)
  • Give unto the Lord, Op.74 (full score)

Ellerton, John Lodge (1801–1873)

  • 3 Quartets, Op.70 (nos.44–46) (pub.1873/74?, Schott)
  • 3 Quartets, Op.71 (nos.47–49) (likewise)

Elmas, Stephan (1862–1937)

Elsner, Józef (1769–1854)

  • Oratorio, Męka Pana Naszego Jezusa Chrystusa (The Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ)
  • Masses
  • Requiem
  • 8 Symphonies
  • Keyboard sonatas
  • Polonaises with Orchestra

Emborg, Jens Laursøn (1876–1957)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Oktober: String Quartet No.4, Op.42 (pub.ca.1922 by Leuckart)

Emmanuel, Maurice (1862–1938)

  • Salamine ("tragédie lyrique en trois actes d'apres les Perses d'Eschyle", pub.Choudens 1926 (vocal score: A.C. 16019), PD-CA presumably)
  • In Memoriam, poème pour voix, piano, violon et violoncelle (pub. ca.1909, no publisher noted/by the composer (later taken up by Durand))

Enescu, George (1881–1955)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Piano Quartet No. 1, Op. 16 (1909; first perf. 1909; pub. 1965)
  • Piano Quartet No. 2, Op. 30 (1944; first perf. 1947; pub. 1968)
  • Piano Quintet Op. 29 (1940; first perf. 1964; pub. 1965)
  • Sonata for Cello and Piano No. 1, Op. 26 in f minor (1898; first perf. 1899; pub. 1996)
  • Cadenza for the Brahms Violin Concerto (Salabert)

Erb, Marie Josef (1858–1944)

  • Violin Sonata No.1, Op.21 (pub. UE, 1901)
  • Suite Op.29 for orch. (Pub. Gebrüder Reinecke, 1894)
  • Der Heimweg : Balletspiel in einem Aufzuge, Op.40 (Straube, 1920?)

Erdmann, Eduard (1896–1958)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Symphony No.1, Op.10 (pub. by Steingräber, 1920)
  • Violin Solo Sonata, Op.12 (pub.1921(?)) (one movement published in 1920)

Erdmannsdörfer, Max (1848–1905)

  • Violin Sonata in Em, Op.25 (pub.1877)

Erich, Daniel (1649–1712)

  • Organ works

Erlemann, Gustav (1876–1936)

  • Der junge Rhein, Op.2, self-pub.1902
  • Geistergruß, Op.6, pub.1905 by Kahnt
  • Lieder und Gesänge, Op.10, pub.1920?
  • Die Waise. Lieder und Gesänge für eine Singstimme mit Pianoforte, Op.34 (pub.1920?).
  • Missa in Es, Op.55 (pub.1935)

Ertel, Paul (1865–1933)

  • Sinfonie Harald (1908 at the latest)
  • Quatre impressions de la Suisse, op. 27 (Leipzig: Rob. Forberg, 1913)

Esposito, Michele (1855–1929)

  • Violin Sonata No.2 in E minor, Op.46 (1907)
  • Piano Concerto No.2, Op.68 (composed 1912)

Esser, Heinrich (1818–1872)

  • Symphony no.4 in D minor, op.44 (1854)
  • String Quartet in G minor, Op.5 (1840, Simrock)
  • Piano Trio in E, Op.6 (1842)
  • Symphonies 1-3
  • Operas including "Thomas Riquiqui" Op.10, "Die zwei Prinzen" Op.15 (published; also, ÖNB has the autograph of this, Mus.Hs.25077 Mus)
  • Suite No.2 in large orchestra, Op.75
  • Piano Suite (=First Orchestral Suite) Op.70

Ewald, Victor (1860–1935)

Works first published after 1966 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.

  • Brass Quintet No.2 in E, Op.6 (score and parts)
  • Brass Quintet No.3 in D, Op.7 (score and parts)
  • Brass Quintet No.4 in A, Op.8 (score and parts)

Eybler, Joseph (1765–1846)

Full scores or manuscripts of:

  • HV 8 \ Missa Sancti Bennonis in C minor
  • HV 9 \ Missa Sancti Caroli in C minor
  • HV 10 \ Missa Sancti Joannis in C minor
  • HV 11 \ Missa Sancti Wolfgangi in D minor
  • HV 12 \ Missa Sancti Leopoldi in D minor
  • HV 26 \ Missa Sancti Ferdinandi in G minor
  • HV 28 \ Missa Sanctae Elisabethae in A minor
  • HV 34 \ Gloria & Incarnatus for Michael Haydn's Missa in D minor
  • HV 35 \ Kyrie ad Missam in Coena Domini in E minor
  • HV 37 \ Requiem in C minor
  • HV 46 \ Graduale: Os justi meditabitur sapientiam in C minor
  • HV 85 \ Offertory: Terra tremuit et quievit in C minor
  • HV 86 \ Offertory: Si consistent adversum me castra in C minor
  • HV 88 \ Offertory: Domine si observaveris iniquitates in C minor
  • HV 92 \ Offertory: Fremit mare cum furore in D minor
  • HV 94 \ Offertory: Tremit mare in D minor
  • HV 123 \ Hymn: Tristes erant apostoli in C minor
  • HV 124 \ Hymn: Iste confessor in D minor
  • HV 125 \ Hymn: Ecce quo modo moritur justus in F major
  • HV 132 \ De profundis clamavi in G minor
  • HV 133 \ Laudate Dominum in A minor
  • HV 134 \ Miserere in D minor
  • HV 137 \ Die vier letzten Dinge
  • HV 138 \ Die Hirten bei der krippe zu Bethlehem
  • HV 139 \ Dich Schöpfer sanfter Harmonie
  • HV 140 \ Il sacrifizio


Fabritius, Ernst (1842–1899)

Facius, Johann Heinrich (1760–1806)

  • Cello Concerto No.1
  • Cello Concerto No.2
  • Cello Concerto No.3
  • 6 Cello Sonatas, Op.2 (1802)
  • 3 Duos for 2 Cellos, Op.1 (1805)
  • Double Concerto for Cello and Oboe (lost?)

Fährmann, Hans (1860–1940)

Note Wikipedia page - many of this composer's works may simply no longer exist (except as libraries purchased items &c... &c); his main publisher was destroyed in World War II along with all their plates.

  • Organ Sonata No. 6 (Op. 24 in G).
  • Organ Sonata No. 11 in B-flat (B) Op. 63, Organ Sonata No. 13 "Münster Sonata" in C Op. 73, and Organ Sonata No. 14 and Transcendental Fugue in G Op. 78 were never published and are presumed forever lost (see above comment re publisher plates).
  • String Quartet in E minor, Op.41 (pub. 1913 by Junne according to HMB. A few libraries do have this.)
  • Piano Trio in C minor Op.43, 1909 (p.1912)
  • Piano Trio in B (H) major, Op.37, 1907 (copy @ Austrian National Library. Copies of both trios @ SLUB.)
  • Toccata, Introduction und Fuge, Op.69
  • Piano Sonata, Op.6 (@SLUB though not scanned)
  • 3 Ernste Lieder, Op.85 (pub.1935 by Junne)

Fairchild, Blair (1877–1933)

  • Violin Sonata, Op.16 (©1908)
  • Violin Sonata, Op.43 (©1919. Exists in an arrangement ©1930 by Cassado as a cello sonata) - uploaded Cassado arr
  • Rapsodie for piano quintet, Op.21 (©1909)
  • A bel-ebat : trois tableaux symphoniques pour orchestre (©1937) (PD-CA-only) (also, 3 Pieces for piano, ©1925 - probably the same piece - don't know if orchestration is by the composer, merely published posthumously?)
  • A Love Symphony (©1904)

Falconio, Placido (fl. 1549–1588)

  • Introitus et Alleluia per omnes festivitates totius anni 1575 (supposed to be the first basso seguente)

Fall, Siegfried (1877–1943)

  • String Quartet, Op.9 (p.1919)
  • Piano Trio, Op.4

Falla, Manuel de (1876–1946)

Works first published after 1966 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.

  • Jota(from 7 Canciones populares Españolas) transcribed for violin and piano
  • Suites Populaires Espagnoles for violin and piano

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • Vals Capricho – first publ. 1996, under copyright worldwide
  • Cortejo de Gnomos – first publ. 1996, under copyright worldwide
  • Allegro de Concierto – first publ. 1986, under copyright worldwide
  • Mazurca en Do Menor – first publ. 1992, under copyright worldwide

Famintsyn, Aleksandr (1841–1896)

  • String quartet no.2 (serenade), op.7 (p.ca.1877)

Fantini, Girolamo (1600–1675)

  • Sonata no.1 for trumpet and organ
  • Sonata no.2 for trumpet and organ
  • Sonata no.3 for trumpet and organ
  • Sonata no.4 for trumpet and organ
  • Sonata no.5 for trumpet and organ
  • Sonata no.6 for trumpet and organ
  • Sonata no.7 for trumpet and organ
  • Sonata no.8 for trumpet and organ

Farinelli, Giuseppe (1769–1836)

  • I riti d'Orfeo
  • Messa in re a 4 voci
  • Messa in re a 5 voci
  • Messa pastorale a 4 voci
  • Messa pastorale in sol a 2 voci
  • Dixit in do a 2 voci
  • Dixit in re a 4 voci
  • Te Deum in la a 4 voci
  • Te Deum in re a 2 voci
  • Improperia per il venerdì santo a 4 voci
  • Stabat Mater a 2 voci
  • Tobias, oratorio

Farjeon, Harry (1878–1948)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Miniature Piano Sonata, Op.12 (pub.1906)

Farkas, Ödön (1851–1912)

Once called Edmund Farkas (Germanization)

Farrar, Ernest Bristow (1885–1918)

  • Prelude and Variations on a Ground Bass
  • Three Chorale Preludes
  • Fantasy Prelude
  • Elegy
  • A Wedding Piece

Farrenc, Léonce (1873–1903)

(flourishing dates? please replace with better information when available)

  • Op.42 Air de ballet pour orchestra (pub.ca.1903)
  • Horace et Lydie, scène (translated from Horace, pub.1893)

Farrenc, Louise (1804–1875)

  • Complete Piano Works (some of these published - e.g. op.7 in 1832, op.9 and op.12 in 1834, op.17 in 1836, op.21 in 1838, op.41 in ca.1858, op.42 in 1856, "La grand mère" in 1837)
  • Nonet Op.38 (1849) (manuscript photocopy at Stanford U Library - Fétis gives as not published; has been published in the 20th century however.)
  • 3rd symphony (1847) ("first finale" - manuscript - at BNF. not yet scanned as of mid-12-2010.) (BNF; there are, I think, 2 recorded versions of this symphony? both, I believe, use the other finale. ) (and other two symphonies?)
  • Violin Sonatas
  • Clarinet Trio Op.44
  • Piano Trio Op.33
  • Piano Trio op. 34

Fasch, Johann Friedrich (1688–1758)

  • FW F: 1 \ Passio Jesu Christi "Mich vom Stricke meiner Sünden" (Brockes-Passion) Full score/Manuscript
  • Fwv G:e 1 \ German Mass in E minor Full Score/Manuscript
  • Fwv G:g 1 \ Missa brevis in G minor Full Score/Manuscript
  • Fwv I:L 1 \ Laetatus sum in F sharp minor Full Score/Manuscript
  • Fwv K:a 1 \ Suite for 2 flutes, 2 oboes & bassoon in A minor Full Score/Manuscript
  • Fwv K:a 2 \ Suite for 2 oboes & 2 bassoons in A minor Full Score/Manuscript
  • Fwv K:a 3 \ Suite for 2 oboes & 2 bassoons in A minor Full Score/Manuscript
  • Fwv K:a 4 \ Suite for 2 oboes & bassoon in A minor Full Score/Manuscript
  • Fwv K:d 3 \ Suite for chalumeau, 2 oboes & bassoon in D minor Full Score/Manuscript
  • Fwv K:d 5 \ Suite for 2 oboes & bassoon in D minor Full Score/Manuscript
  • Fwv K:d 6 \ Suite for 2 oboes & bassoon in D minor Full Score/Manuscript
  • Fwv K:e 3 \ Suite for 2 oboes & bassoon in E minor Full Score/Manuscript
  • Fwv K:g 1 \ Suite for 2 oboes & bassoon in G minor Full Score/Manuscript
  • Fwv K:g 1a \ Suite for 2 flutes & bassoon in G minor Full Score/Manuscript
  • Fwv K:g 2 \ Suite for 3 oboes & bassoon in G minor Full Score/Manuscript
  • Fwv K:g 3 \ Suite for 2 oboes & 2 bassoons in G minor Full Score/Manuscript
  • Fwv K:g 5 \ Suite for 2 oboes & bassoon in G minor Full Score/Manuscript
  • Fwv K:g 7 \ Suite for 2 oboes & bassoon in G minor Full Score/Manuscript
  • Concerti in minor keys not already in library

Fauchard, Auguste (1881–1957)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Première Symphonie en mi pour orgue (1925)
  • Deuxième Symphonie en ré pour orgue (1928-29)
  • Le Mystère de Noël pour orgue, variations sur «Jesu redemptor omnium» (1940)
  • Troisième Symphonie pour orgue dite «Symphonie mariale» (1941)
  • Quatrième Symphonie pour orgue dite «Symphonie eucharistique», sur des thèmes grégoriens au Saint-Sacrement (1944-45)
  • Messe Sainte Thérèse de l'Enfant Jésus pour choeur et orgue (1947)
  • Choral pour orgue (publié en 1951)
  • Choral et fugue sur Ave maris stella
  • Vexilla regis pour orgue
  • In memoriam pour orgue

Fauré, Gabriel (1845–1924)

  • Chant Funéraire - Full Score, and if possible parts
  • Masques et Bergamasques - Parts
  • Libera Me from Requiem (Original 1877 version for Baritone and Organ) - Full Score/Manuscript
  • Violin Concerto (1878-79) ор.14 (1st movement) - Piano Score or Full score/Manuscript

Feinberg, Samuil (1890–1962)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

Piano Concerto No.1, Op.20 (Full Score)
(re PD-US status: Worldcat, anyway, only seems to list 3 works published in 1922 - opp. 5, 8 and 9. op.1, 2, 7, 10, 11 came out in 1923 or 1924 (as did a revised edition of op.5?). opp.13, 15 - which are not on this list, I know- listed in July 1925 HMB. worth checking HMB and scores to do a better and closer study than the cursory one I've done though, opp. 2,7,10 and 11 might still be PD-US. - Schissel

Fellenberg, Gottfried von (1857–1924)

  • 2 String Quartets, Op.30
  • String Quartet, Op.42 (all 3 in ms?)

Fellenberg, Reinhold (1848–1912)

  • Doh ha 'meer der Rään, Karnevals-Marschlied, Op.4711 (?) Pub. 1906 by Tonger

Feo, Francesco (1691–1761)

  • Passio secundum Joannem (St. John Passion)
  • Missa defunctorum (1718)
  • Stabat mater
  • Masses


Fernandez, Aires (fl. 1590)

  • Te lucis ante terminum
  • Circundederunt me
  • Alma redemptoris mater
  • Benedicamus Domino
  • Nunc dimittis
  • Posuerunt super caput

Fernström, John (1897–1961)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • String quartet no. 3, op.23 (pub.1944??)
  • Chaconne for cello and piano, op.31 (©1940)

Ferrandini, Giovanni Battista (1710–1791)

  • Cantatas for Passion
  • Op. 25 Sinfonias

Ferroni, Vincenzo (1858–1934)

  • Rhapsodie espagnole p. Orchestra, Op.8 (pub.1895 by Oertel, Hanover) (exists at least in a 1918 Schirmer edition "Spanish Rhapsody" edited? by Otto Langey (1851–1922))
  • Fieramosca : dramma lirico in tre att (pub.ca.1904) (librettist Massimo d'Azeglio - 1798–1866))

Fesca, Friedrich Ernst (1789–1826)

  • Symphonies
  • Cantemire (libretto- text by Alexander von Dusch I - has been scanned by SLUB, but opera is lacking online?...)

Fibich, Zdeněk (1850–1900)

  • At Twilight, Op. 39
  • Symphony No. 1
  • Symphony No. 2
  • Symphony No. 3

Finger, Gottfried (ca.1660–1730)

  • Fugue for 2 flutes

Fink, Christian (1831–1911)

  • 7? Organ sonatas (numbering is confusing. op.83 "no.5"? from 1898.)

Finke, Fidelio Friedrich (1891–1968)

Under copyright worldwide, apart from earlier works (published before 1923) which are PD in the USA.
No posting without written permission from the copyright owner.

(until 2019)

  • Schauspiel-Ouvertüre (premiered? 1920) (?. NZM 1920 p324. maybe published later though.)
  • Romantische Suite (pub.1921)
  • Marionetten-Musiken. Klavier zweihändig. (pub.1922)
  • Intermezzo für Klavier zu zwei Händen (pub.1911)

Fischer, Carl August (1828–1892)

  • Symphonisches Tonstück, Op.32 (pub.ca.1889, repub.1902)

Fischer, Johann Caspar Ferdinand (1665–1746)

  • Harpsichord Suites
  • Pièces de Clavessin (1696)
  • Musicalisches Blumen-Büchlein (1698)
  • Musicalisches Blumen-Strauss (vor 1736)
  • Musikalischer Parnassus (ca. 1738)

Fitelberg, Grzegorz (1879–1953)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • The Song of the Falcon (Piesn o Sokole), Op.18 (1905, pub.1907)

Fitelberg, Jerzy (1903–1951)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

(son of Grzegorz)

  • String Quartet No.2 / Concerto for String Orchestra (1928, pub.1931)
  • Quintet for winds and trombone (pub.1931)
  • Violin Concerto (pub.1931?)
  • Cello concerto (pub.1932)
  • Piano Sonata No.1 (pub.1933)
  • Nocturne for Orchestra (4/1945; premiered 3/28/1946, New York; published 1950)

Fitzenhagen, Wilhelm (1848–1890)

  • Wiegenlied for 4 Cellos, Op.7
  • String Quartet in D-minor, Op. 23 (Full score and parts)
  • Konzertwalzer (for 4 Cellos), Op.31
  • 3 Pieces for Cello Quartet and Piano, Op.38
  • Ave Maria for 4 Cellos, Op.41
  • Die Spinnerin (Spinnlied) No.2 for 4 Cellos, Op.59
  • Sarabande by J.S.Bach for 4 Cellos, Op.64

Flackton, William (1709–1798)

  • 2 Solos, Op.2, #7-8 -- do these exist in a PD form? Published as "Six Solos" in 1758.
  • Overtures, Op.3 (pub.1771)

Flament, Édouard (1880–1958)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • 1st Cello Sonata in G minor, Op.14 (1903, pub.1915? by C.Selva)
  • 3 Mélodrames for small orch. (pub.1919 or so)
  • Elegie pour orchestra (Evette & Schaeffer, [1920])
  • Fantaisie pour basson, violon & violoncelle, Op.54 (©1922)

Flaxland, Gustave-Alexandre (1821–1895)

  • 10 Piano Pieces (pub.ca.1884)
  • Rêverie for violin or cello & piano (pub.1895/6, E. Baudoux)

Flesch, Carl (1873–1944)

Flor, Christian (1626–1697)

  • Passion Oratorio 1667
  • any Cantatas
  • any Keyboard works

Florio, Caryl (1843–1920)

  • Symphony No.1 in G (manuscript, 1887-09, at Free Library Philh. & NYPL.)
  • Symphony No.2 in C minor (manuscript, 1887-12. Arrangement of Quartet No.1.)
  • Piano Concerto in A (1875/1915)
  • String Quartet No.1 in C minor (1877)
  • String Quartets 2 in F, 3 in D

Flügel, Gustav (1812–1900)

  • Organ works including Organ sonata Op.83 in E (pub.1881)
  • Piano Sonata No.2 in B minor, Op.7 (first pub.1846, soon republished in a new edition, seems lost?)
  • Piano Sonata No.3 in B, Op.13 (first pub.1846) (may be downloadable from Szczecin)
  • Sonatine No.7, Op.54 in C (pub.1859)

Fodor, Carel Anton (1768–1846)

  • Piano Sonata in F sharp major, Op.2 No.2, ed. J.J Hummel, 1793
  • Piano Sonatas Op.2 No.1 and 3.

Foerster, Adolph Martin (1854–1927)

  • Thusnelda, Op.10 (Leipzig: Rieter-Biedermann, 1881)
  • Piano Quartet No.1 in E major, Op.21 (Leipzig: Kahnt, 1888)
  • Piano Trio in G minor, Op.29 (Berlin: Challier & Co., 1894)
  • Suite No.2, Op.47 (New York: Carl Fischer, 1915)
  • Prelude to Goethe's 'Faust', Op.48 (New York: Carl Fischer, 1915)
  • Trio-Serenade, Op.61 (New York: Carl Fischer, 1915)
  • Piano Trio in D major, Op.83 (Leipzig: F. Schuberth, 1922)
  • The Enchanter's Dream (Des Zauberers Traum), Op.85 for string orchestra (Leipzig: F. Schuberth, 1922)

Foerster, Josef Bohuslav (1859-1951)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • String Quartet No.1, Op.15 (p.1898, Junne)
  • String Quartet No.3, Op.61 (p.1914. Qt 2 wasn't pub. until 1927.)
  • Jessika, opera, published 1910 in reduction

Foote, Arthur (1853-1937)

  • A Night Piece for Flute and Strings (1922)
  • The Wreck of the Hesperus, op. 17 (Boston: Arthur Schmidt, 1888) -- copies at U Chicago, U Illinois - Urbana/Champaign, U Michigan, Carnegie Library (Pittsburgh), Carnegie Mellon U, Westminster Choir College

Forchhammer, Theophil (1847–1923)

  • Organ works


Forgues, Émile (1823–1883)

  • Les Pathétiques: 12 grandes études de concert, for pf., (Paris: Flaxland, 1862?). Containing Opp. 10-21.
    • This work is available from the Research Division at New York Public Library:
      Call number: *MYD | Forgues, Emile, 1823 | [Les pathetiques] Les Pathetiques: 12 Grandes etudes de concert.]
  • Fantaisie sur le Stabat de Rossini, for pf., (Paris: E. Troupenas, 1844)

Forino, Luigi (1868–1936)

  • 4 Preghiere (Prayers) for 4 cellos, op.27 - (note: does opus 27 contain all 4 or just no. 3 which is here? a worldcat.org search for scores by Forino detects only no.3 but that could mean anything. - Schissel Answer to Schlissel'note: surely opus 27 contains 4 "Preghiere", as the line under the composer's name on the score reads "Op.27 N.3" which I'm sure means that it is the third piece of opus 27 considered as a whole of four pieces; if you were right, the line would have instead read "N.3, Op.27", or "Op.27 (N.3)". - Ashaam) (answer in the composer's category page - Schissel)

Forneret, Xavier (1809–1884)

(See Wikipedia)

  • Pluie, valse (violin & piano) (pub.1873)
  • La musette, duo (violin & piano) (pub.1872)

Fornerod, Aloÿs (1890–1965)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • 3 Motets, Op.2 (pub.1920)
  • Violin Sonata in B, Op.11 (pub.1926) (@ Sibley but restricted for some time)
  • Concert pour deux violons et piano, Op.16 (ca.1942)
  • Cello Sonata, Op.24 (ca.1950)

Förster, Alban (1849–1916)

  • Symphony in E (pub.1888/89, Richter & Hopf; 1899, Lehne. Copy at Schlossmuseum, Sondershausen, elsewhere, NYPL offsite...)
  • Piano Trios (in C, G and A (the last in autograph, the first two published)) - in C Op.61 we have? No.2 Op.172 is in D, no.3 is as noted unpublished. No.5 in F we do have.
  • Trio No.4 in light style in F, Op.174 (pub.1906)
  • Concert overture Frühlingsklänge Op.80 (ÖNB has a copy)

Förster, Kaspar (1616–1673)

  • 3 Oratorios
  • 35 Sacred Concertos (Cantatas)
  • Sonata a 7

Forsyth, Cecil (1870–1941)

  • Viola Concerto in G Minor: Score, orchestral parts and/or piano reduction. A set with the orchestral material can be found in the Fleisher Collection at the Free Library of Philadelphia (http://know.freelibrary.org/), should anyone in the vicinity be kindly able to scan it. -- we have part of this now, increasingly..
  • Kubla Khan. Cantata for men's voices, unaccompanied, the words selected from Coleridge's poem (©1913?)
  • The luck of Eden Hall (choral ballad. ©1922) (also set by Robert Schumann)

Förtsch, Johann Philipp (1652–1732)

  • Sacred Concertos
  • 32 Canons on Christ, der du bist der helle Tag, 1680
  • Canon perpetuus a 4 on the same chorale
  • Counterpoint studies
  • Triple fugue
  • Musicalischer Compositions Tractat
  • Von den dreyfachen Contrapunkten

Foulds, John (1880–1939)

Works first published after 1966 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.

  • Any works!
  • Sonata for Cello and Piano, Op. 6
  • Lento e Scherzetto for cello and orchestra, Op. 12
  • Cello Concerto in G major, Op. 17
  • Two Concert Pieces for Cello and Piano, Op. 25
  • Badinage for Orchestra

Fowler-Judd, Alice (1873–1940)

  • Cinderella-A Fairy Tale (Century Music Publishing)
  • In the Month of Roses (Century Music Publishing, 1913)
  • The World Requiem: Vocal and Full Score

Fowles, Leonard Nowell (1870–1939)

  • A memory, for violin and piano or for organ (pub.1913/1917)
  • 2 Viola Sonatas (No.2 premiered Dec.1896, London, Hobday (viola)/Fowles (piano). Ms if not lost?)
  • 2 sketches for the organ (pub.1914)

Franchomme, Auguste (1808–1884)

  • Nocturnes Opus 15 for two cellos (or solo cello with accompaniment of a second cello?)

Franck, César (1822–1890)

  • Quae est ista FWV63
  • Messe Solennelle FWV59
  • "Les sept paroles du Christ sur la croix"
  • Piano duet arrangement (Hamelle) of String Quartet

Franck, Eduard (1817–1893)

  • Cello sonata op.6 (Stern, 1846)
  • Concert-overture op.12 in E (Bote & Bock, 1848) (score plate 1216)
  • Piano Trio op.11 (Guttentag, 1848)
  • Piano concerto in D minor op.13 (Guttentag, 1850) (new edition (urtext) issued 2013)
  • String quintet op.15 in E minor (Bote & Bock, 1850)
  • Fantaisie for orchestra, op.16 (Schlesinger, 1851)
  • Violin sonata no.1 in C minor op.19 (Schloss, 1853)
  • Violin sonata no.2 in A op.23 (Schloss, 1860)
  • Piano trio no.1 in E op.22 (Schloss, 1860)
  • Symphony no.1 op.47 in A (Trautwein, 1860?, pub.1882)
  • Symphony no.2 op.52 in B (composed 1883?, poss. unpublished)
  • String Quintet no.2 op.51 in C (pub.1897, Schlesinger)
  • String Quartet No.2 in E-flat
  • String Quartet no.3 op.55 in C minor (pub.1899, Schlesinger)
  • Violin concerto no.2 op.57 ( poss. unpublished)
  • Piano trio op.58 in D (pub.1898, Schlesinger) (plate 8094)

Franck, Richard (1858–1938)

Works first published after 1966 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.

  • Violin sonata no.2 Op. 35
  • Piano trios Op. 20, Op. 32
  • Piano quartets Op. 33, Op. 41 (Op.33 pub.1901, Op.41 pub.1905)
  • Cello sonata Op. 36 (1903)
  • Piano Concerto Op. 50 (pub.1910)
  • Piano Sonata No.3, Op.51 (pub.1910?)
  • Violin Concerto Op.43 (pub.1906)

Francmesnil, Roger de (1884–1921)

  • Violin sonata Op. 25 (p1911)
  • Evocation symphonique

Franco-Mendès, Jacques (1812–1889)

  • String Quintet No.1, Op.16 in D (pub. by 1851) (Hofmeister 1851 p22) (B minor acc. to entry in Royal Dutch Library)
  • String Quartet No.2 Op.31 (pub. Richault, plate 6520R, around 1841? (Worldcat)- later if the dates in the Richault table around there are right, but they really need double-checking.) (parts at Universitätsbibliothek Johann Christian Senckenberg, Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam )

Franz, Robert (1815–1892)

  • Psalm 117 (Lobet den Herrn) for 2 choruses, Op.19 (published by F. Whistling, 1855)
  • 6 Gesänge, Op.22 (Senff, 1855)

Freislich, Johann Balthasar Christian (1687–1764)

  • Passio Christi (Brockes-Passion)
  • Matthäus-Passion

Freitas Branco, Luís de (1890–1955)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Violin Concerto (1916)
  • Alentejo Suite No. 1 (1919)
  • Alentejo Suite No. 2 (1927)
  • Violin Sonata (pub. 1927?, Sassetti)
  • Cello Sonata (©1927)
  • String Quartet (pub. 1927)

Frescobaldi, Girolamo (1583–1643)

  • Liber secundus diversarum modulationum singulus, binis, ternis, quaternisque vocibus (Rome: Andrea Fei, 1627)

Frederick II (1712–1786)

  • Flute sonatas
  • Flute and other Concertos
  • 4 Symphonies
  • Hohenfriedberger Marsch

Fricke, Richard (1877–1957)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • String Quartet in F (major?), Op.1 (pub. 1906 by Friedrich Hofmeister)
  • Tanzidyllen for piano, Op.9 (pub. 1906 by Tanner)

Fried, Oskar (1871–1941)

  • Prelude and Fugue, Op.10
  • Adagio & Scherzo, Op.2
  • Verklärte Nacht, für Mezzosopran und Tenor mit Orchester, op.9 (pub.1904)
  • Hänsel und Gretel fantasy for orchestra (pub.1895)

Fröber, Christoph Gottlieb (1704–1759)

  • Brockes-Passion

Fröhlich, Friedrich Theodor (1803–1836)

  • Ouvertüre zu Passionsmusiken f-Moll (1835)
  • Totenfeier (1829)
  • Stabat mater (dt.) (1829)
  • Weihnachtskantate (1830)
  • Passionskantate (1831)

Frühling, Carl (1868–1937)

  • Sonata, op. 22, for cello and piano
  • String Quartet in E-flat major, op. 25
  • Piano Trio in E-flat major, op. 32
  • Watteau, Ballet-Pantomime (ÖNB has a copy)
  • Schlummerlied: „Schlaf’ du, mein Söhnchen, so schlafe doch ein“ (pub.1899 by Gutmann. Plate 16205?)

Fuchs, Albert (1858–1910)

  • String quartet in E minor, Op.40 (pub. Kahnt in 1904) (LoC has, BSB has, Sibley/Rochester has just received as a gift)
  • Piano Sonata, Op.11 (pub.1887)
  • Violin Concerto, Op.25
  • Cello Sonata, Op.27 (pub.1894)

Fuchs, Richard (1887–1947)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Tarantelle for violin and piano, Op.79 (1901) (possibly by a different Richard Fuchs?)

(Other works at Richard Fuchs compositions but seem to have been published too recently?)

Fuchs, Robert (1847–1927)

Works first published after 1966 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.

  • Eglogue, Op. 5
  • Landliche Szenen, Op. 8
  • New improvisations, Op. 30 | uploaded partially
  • Jugendklänge, Op. 32
  • Preludes Op. 34
  • In der Dämmerstunde (four hands), Op. 38
  • Sommermärchen, Op. 39 | first 2 uploaded
  • Herbstblätter, Op. 43
  • Miniaturen (four hands), Op. 44
  • 7 Lieder Op. 52
  • Nine fantasy pieces, Op. 89
  • Four pieces, Op. 111
  • Tautröpfen, Op. 112
  • Six pieces, Op. 114
  • An die Zither an meiner Wohnungstûre (male choir and harp)
  • Marienblumen (womens' choir and harp or piano)
  • String Quartet No.5 (Amont-Quartet, 1925) (may not exist, but listed in the ONB catalog. Someone want to have a look?)

Füchs, Ferdinand Karl (1811–1848)

(Also Ferdinand Carl Füchs, F.C. Füchs/Fuechs)

  • String Quartet No.1, Op.36 (pub.1844)
  • Opera "Guttenberg" (overture published 1847)
  • Souvenir à Mdlle Thérèse Milanollo. Chant for violin and piano, Op.35 (pub.1844)
  • Concertino p. Cor chromatique, Op.17 (pub.1843)

Fumagalli, Adolfo (1828–1856)

In general looking for all his piano works

  • École Moderne du Pianiste : recueil de 24 morceaux caracteristiques for piano, Op. 100
  • Le prophete : grande fantaisie de bravoure for piano, op. 43
  • Grande Fantaisie Militaire for piano, Op. 60

Fumagalli, Polibio (1830–1900)

Funcke, Friedrich (1642–1699)

  • Trostvolle Geschichte der sig- und freudenreichen Auferstehung Jesu Christi, 1665
  • Die geschichte von dem selig machenden Leiden und Sterben unseres süssesten Heilands Jesu Christi (Lukas-Passion), 1683
  • Litania divisa in 8 v. et Instr. in duos Choros
  • 43 Melodien des Stadt-Lüneburgischen Gesangbuchs von 1686
  • Janua latino-germanico ad artem Musicam, clavibus facilioribus in usum scholae, 1680

Fürstenau, Anton Bernhard (1792–1852)

  • Flöten-schule, Op. 42 (1826)
  • Die Kunst des Flötenspiels, Op.138 (1844)

Fürstenau, Kaspar (1772–1819)

  • 5 Little Duets
  • 4 Little Duets

Furuhjelm, Erik (1883–1964)

While works first published before 1967 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

(bio at Wikipedia (Finnish). Sibelius' first? biographer)

  • String Quintet in C minor (pub.1909)

Fux, Johann Joseph (ca.1660–1741)

  • Any Masses (K 1-50) for Christmas, Holy Week, or in minor keys
  • K 51 Requiem et Kyrie a 5
  • K 52 Dies irae a 5
  • K 53 Domine Jesu Christe a 5
  • K 54 Libera me Domine
  • K 55 Requiem
  • K 56 Requiem
  • K 57 Dies irae
  • Any Vespers or Psalms in minor keys (K 58-114)
  • Any Litanies or Completorien in minor keys (K 115-136)
  • K 137-148 (Graduals)
  • Any Offertories in minor keys (K 149-172)
  • Any Motets in minor keys (K 173-184)
  • Any hymns in minor keys (K 185-290)
  • K 291 La fede sacrilega nella morte del Precursor S. Giov. Battista, Oratorium 1714
  • K 292 La Donne Forte nella Madre de' Sette Maccabei, Oratorio 1715
  • K 293 Il Fonte della salute, aperto dalla grazia nel Calvario, Componimento sacro 1716
  • K 294 Il Trionfo della Fede. Oratorio in 2 parti 1716
  • K 295 Il Disfacimento di Sisara. Oratorio a 5 1717
  • K 296 Cristo nell' orto. Oratorio 1718
  • K 297 Gesù Cristo negato da Pietro. Oratorio 1719
  • K 298 La Cena del Signore. Oratorio in 2 Parti, L'anno 1720 1720
  • K 299 Il Testamento di nostro Signor Gesù Cristo sul Calvario. Oratorio in 2 parti 1726
  • K 300 La Desposizione dalla Croce di Gesù Cristo Salvator nostro. Componimento sacro per Musica al SSmo Sepolcro 1728
  • Any Partitas, Sinfonias, Overtures, or Sonatas or Septet in minor keys (K 319-397)
  • K 395-397 Sonatas pastorale a 3
  • Gradus Ad Parnassum in English
  • Oratorium Germanicum de Passione 1731

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