List of works by Ernő Dohnányi

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Works with Opus Number

  • Op.39a - Suite en valse arranged for 2 Pianos (1945, pub.1948)
  • Op.39b - Valse boiteuse (Limping Waltz, third movement of Op.39) arranged for piano solo (1947, pub.1948)
  • Op.40 - Symphony No. 2 in E major (1944, rev. 1956)
  • Op.41 - 6 Pieces for Piano (1945)
  • Op.42 - Piano Concerto No. 2 in B minor (1947)
  • Op.43 - Violin Concerto No. 2 in C minor (1950)
  • Op.44 - 3 Singular Pieces for Piano (1951)
  • Op.45 - Concertino for Harp and Chamber Orchestra (1952)
  • Op.46 - Stabat Mater (1953)
  • Op.47 - American Rhapsody for Orchestra (1953)
  • Op.48 - 2 Pieces for Flute (1958-59)
    • No.1 - Aria for Flute and Piano
    • No.2 - Passacaglia for Solo Flute

Works without Opus Number

  • Albumblatt for Piano (1899)
  • Cadenza for Beethoven's Piano Concerto No.3 (ca.1915)
  • Cadenza for Beethoven's Piano Concerto No.4 (1897)
  • Cadenza for Mozart's Piano Concerto K.365 (1920)
  • Cadenza for Mozart's Piano Concerto K.453 (ca. 1906)
  • Du und Du (Strauss) for Piano (1928)
  • Fugue for Piano left hand/2 hands in D minor (1913)
  • Gavotte and Musette (1898)
  • Pastorale on a Hungarian Christmas Song for Piano (1920)
  • Piano Exercises
  • Piano Quartet in F minor (1891) (published 2010 by Doblinger, poss. earlier)
  • Rondo alla Zingarese, trans. from Brahms (1927)
  • Schatzwalzer for Piano (1928)
  • Sextet for Strings in B flat major (1893)
  • Symphony in F major (1896, unpublished)
  • Valses nobles, trans. from Schubert (1925)
  • Waltz for Piano from Delibes' Coppelia" (1925)
  • Waltz for Piano from Delibes' Naila (1897)
  • 2 Waltzes of Strauss for Piano, “Treasure Waltz” (The Gypsy Baron) and “Thou and Thou” (The Bat)
  • Wedding March from the Op. 18 Pantomime, Pierrette’s Veil (1910)