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Lost and Spurious Works

 

Polka mit einem Trauermarsch als Einleitung (c.1867–8)

Die Türken (?voice and piano; ?1867–8)

[Unidentified work: source for the Third Symphony] (c.1869–75)

Piano pieces (?–1875)

Herzog Ernst von Schwaben (opera; 1875)

Nocturne for violoncello (by 1875)

Violin Sonata (1876)

First movement of a Quintet (1876)

Quartet for piano, 2 violins and viola (1876)

[Setting of a text by Vincenz Zusner] (?1875–7)

Symphony (1876–8)

Piano Suite (1876–8)

Movement for String Quintet (1876–8)

Sonata Movement (Andante) (1876–8)

Piano Quartet (c. 1877)

Scherzo for Piano Quintet (1878)

Die Argonauten (opera; 1878)

Nordic Symphony (1879–?1882)

Symphony in A minor (1880–)

Quartet Movement (c.1879)

Vorspiel mit Chor (1883)

Trauerhymne auf die Kaiserin Maria Anna

Incidental Music to Der Trompeter von Säkkingen (1884)

Das Volkslied (1885)

Opera Project (1888)

Opera Project (1901)

 

Lieder dedicated to Marie Lorenz (probably by Rudolf Krzyzanowski) (?1875–1880)

Symphonisches Praeludium (spurious)

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