List of works by Eugen d'Albert

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Works with Opus number

  • Op.1, Suite in d minor for Piano, Bote & Bock (Berlin) 1883
  • Op.2, Piano Concerto No.1 in b minor, Bote & Bock (Berlin) 1884
  • Op.3, 10 Lieder und Gesänge, Bote & Bock (Berlin) 1886
  • Op.4, Symphony in F major, Bote & Bock (Berlin) 1886
  • Op.5, 8 Piano Pieces, Bote & Bock (Berlin) 1886
  • Op.6, 13 Waltzes for Piano (4 hands), Bote & Bock (Berlin) 1883
  • Op.7, String Quartet No.1 in a minor, Bote & Bock (Berlin) 1887
  • Op.8, Overture to Franz Grillparzer's Esther for Orchestra, Bote & Bock (Berlin) 1888
  • Op.9, 5 Gesänge, Berlin 1889
  • Op.10, Piano Sonata in f sharp minor, Bote & Bock (Berlin) 1893
  • Op.11, String Quartet No.2 in E major, Bote & Bock (Berlin) 1893
  • Op.12, Piano Concerto No.2 in E major, Bote & Bock (Berlin) 1893
  • Op.13, Lieder der Liebe, Leipzig 1896
  • Op.14, Der Mensch und das Leben for Chorus and Orchestra, Breitkopf & Härtel (Leipzig) 1893
  • Op.15, Seejungfräulein - Concert Scene for 1 Voice and Orchestra, Leipzig 1897
  • Op.16, 4 Pieces for Piano, Peters (Leipzig) 1897
  • Op.17, 5 Lieder, Peters (Leipzig) 1898
  • Op.18, 4 Lieder, A. Fürstner (Berlin) 1898
  • Op.19, 6 Lieder, Simrock (Berlin) 1899
  • Op.20, Cello Concerto in C major, Forberg (Berlin) 1899
  • Op.21, 5 Lieder, Breitkopf & Härtel (Leipzig) 1899
  • Op.22, 4 Lieder, Siegel (Leipzig) 1900
  • Op.23, 8 Lieder for male choir, Bote & Bock (Berlin) 1900
  • Op.24, Wie wir die Natur erleben - Mood Picture for Voice and Orchestra/Piano, Forberg (Leipzig) 1904
  • Op.25, 2 Lieder for Voice and Orchestra/Piano, Forberg (Leipzig) 1904
  • Op.26, Mittelalterliche Venushymne for Voice, Male choir and Orchestra/Piano, Forberg (Leipzig) 1904
  • Op.27, 5 Lieder for 1 Voice and Piano, Bote & Bock (Berlin) 1904
  • Op.28, 7 Lieder im Volkston aus des Knaben Wunderhorn, Bote & Bock (Berlin) 1904
  • Op.29, 5 Bagatelles for Piano, 1905
  • Op.30, An den Genius von Deutschland for Voices, Chorus and Orchestra, Bote & Bock (Berlin) 1904
  • Op.31, 7 Lieder (Breitkopf und Härtel, 1920) (nach Gedichten von Carl Seelig applies at least to book 2, nos.5–7, and poss. to book 1 also?)
  • Op.32, 5 Capriolen - Fünf schlichte Klavierstücke for Piano
  • Op.33, Aschenputtel (Cinderella), Suite for Orchestra (1924)
  • Op.34, Sinfonisches Vorspiel (Symphonic Prelude) to Opera Tiefland, 1924

Operas

  • Der Rubin - Musical Fairy Tale in 2 Acts, Libretto: d'Albert (after Friedrich Hebbel), Premiere 12.October 1893 Hoftheater, Karlsruhe
  • Ghismonda - Opera in 3 Acts, Libretto: d'Albert (after Karl Immermann), Premiere 28.November 1895 Dresden
  • Gernot - Opera in 3 Acts (after Gustav Kastropp), Premiere 11.April Mannheim 1897
  • Die Abreise - Musical Comedy in 1 Act, Libretto: Ferdinand Graf von Sporck (after August von Steigentesch), Premiere 28.October 1898 Opernhaus, Frankfurt
  • Kain - Opera in 1 Act, Libretto: H. Bulthaupt, Premiere 17.February 1900 Königliches Opernhaus, Berlin
  • Der Improvisator - Opera in 3 Acts, Libretto: Gustav Kastropp (after Victor Hugo Angelo), Premiere 26.February 1902 Königliches Opernhaus, Berlin
  • Tiefland - Music Drama with Prologue in 2 Acts, Libretto: Rudolf Lothar (after Angel Guimerà), Premiere 15.November 1903 Neues Deutsches Theater, Prague
  • Flauto solo - Musical Comedy in 1 Act, Libretto: Hans Paul Freiherr von Wolzogen, Premiere 12.November 1905 Neues Deutsches Theater, Prag
  • Tragaldabas, der geborgte Ehemann - Comic Opera in 3 Acts, Libretto: Rudolf Lothar (after Auguste Vacquérie), Premiere 3.December 1907 Stadttheater, Hamburg
  • Jzeyl - Music Drama in 3 Acts, Libretto: Rudolf Lothar (after Paul Armand Silvestre and Eugène Morand), Premiere 6.November 1909 Stadttheater, Hamburg
  • Die verschenkte Frau - Comic Opera in 3 Acts, Libretto: Rudolf Lothar and R. Batka (after E.Antony), Premiere 6.February 1912 Hofoper, Vienna
  • Liebesketten - Opera in 3 Acts, Libretto: Rudolf Lothar (after Angel Guimerà), Premiere 12.November 1912 Volksoper, Vienna. New Version 8.March 1918 Deutsches Opernhaus, Berlin
  • Die toten Augen - Eine Bühnendichtung with Prologue in 1 Act, Libretto: Hanns Heinz Ewers and Marc Henry (after Marc Henry), composed 1912/13, Premiere 5.March 1916 Hofoper, Dresden
  • Der Stier von Olivera - Opera in 3 Acts, Libretto: Richard Batka (after Heinrich Lilienfein), Premiere 10.March 1918 Stadttheater, Leipzig
  • Revolutionshochzeit - Opera in 3 Acts, Libretto: Ferdinand Lion (aftert Sophus Michaëlis), Premiere 26.October 1919 Neues Stadttheater, Leipzig
  • Scirocco - Opera in 3 Acts, Libretto: Karl Michael von Levetzow and Leo Feld, Premiere 16.May 1921 Landestheater, Darmstadt
  • Mareike von Nymwegen - Legendenspiel in 3 Acts, Libretto: Herbert Alberti, Premiere 31.October 1923 Stadttheater, Hamburg
  • Der Golem - Music Drama in 3 Acts, Libretto: Ferdinand Lion (after Arthur Holitscher), Premiere 14.December 1926 opernhaus, Frankfurt
  • Die schwarze Orchidee - Opera burlesca in 3 Acts, Libretto: Karl Michael von Levetzow, Premiere 1.December 1918 Neues Theater, Leipzig
  • Die Witwe von Ephesos - Opera in 3 Acts, Libretto: Karl Michael von Levetzow (after Gaius Petronius Arbiter), composed 1930, not performed.
  • Mister Wu - Opera in 3 Acts, Libretto: Karl Michael von Levetzow (after Harry M.Vernon and Harold Owen), finished by Leo Blech, Premiere 29.September 1932 Staatsoper, Dresden

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