List of works by Leopold Auer

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Contents

Sources

  • Hofmeisters Monatsberichte
  • Pazdirek

Original Compositions

Violin and Piano

  • Op.1
  • Op.2 – Tarantelle de concert for Violin and Piano (Bote & Bock)
  • Op.3Reverie for Violin and Piano (Bote & Bock)
  • Op.4 – Romance for Violin and Piano (Bote & Bock)
  • Op.5Rhapsodie Hongroise for Violin and Piano (Kistner, 1882)
  • Op.6
  • Op.7
  • Op.8
  • Op.9 – 12 Charakteristische Präludien for Violin solo (Universal-Edition, 1926)
  • Reverie No.2 for Violin and Piano (Zimmermann, 1901)
  • Graded Course of Violin Playing

Original Cadenzas

  • Beethoven Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61 (Zimmermann, 1901) first movement
  • Beethoven Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61 (Universal-Edition, 1917) new cadenzas for all movements
  • Brahms Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 77 (Simrock, 1903)
  • Mozart Violin Concerto in D major, KV 211
  • Mozart Violin Concerto in G major, KV 216
  • Mozart Violin Concerto in D major, KV 218
  • Mozart Violin Concerto in A major, KV 219

Transcriptions and arrangements

Violin and piano

Original composer Title Publication
date
Remarks
Joseph Achron Hebrew Lullaby Universal-Edition, 1919 original for violin and piano: Op. 35, No. 2
Hebrew Melody Carl Fischer, 1921 original for violin and piano: Op. 33
Johann Sebastian Bach Siciliano Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 1904 original for flute and basso continuo BWV1031
Ludwig van Beethoven Chor der Derwische aus den ‘Ruinen von Athen’ Carl Fischer, 1916 original for voices, chorus and orchestra
Türkischer Marsch aus den ‘Ruinen von Athen’ Carl Fischer, 1916 original for orchestra
Frédéric Chopin Nocturne in e minor 1912 original for piano: Op. 72, No. 1
Polish Song Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 1913 original for voice and piano: Op. 74, No. 16
Arcangelo Corelli La Folia   original for violin and cembalo: Op. 5, No. 12
Charles Davidoff Romance sans paroles   original for cello and piano: Op. 23
Jakob Dont Agité 1921 original for solo violin: Op. 35, No. 5
Etincelles 1921 original for solo violin: Op. 35, No. 15
Riccardo Drigo Serenade from 'Arlekinada’ Chester, 1901 original for orchestra
Valse bluette from '4 Airs de ballet’ Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 1906 original for orchestra
Mikhail Glinka/Mily Balakirev The Lark   original for voice and piano: No. 10 from 'Farewell to Saint Petersburg'
Joseph Haydn Scherzo Zimmermann, 1911
Serenade Zimmermann, 1911
Vivace Zimmermann, 1911 original from string quartet, Hob. III:67
Edward MacDowell Idyll Schott, 1913 original for piano: Op. 62, No.?
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Gavotte from ‘Idomeneo’   original for orchestra
Niccolò Paganini Caprice   original for solo violin: Op. 1, No. 24
David Popper Gavotte No.2   original for cello and piano: Op. 23
Spinnlied Carl Fischer, 1921 original for cello and piano: Op. 55, No. 1
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov Fantasy on Two Russian Themes   original for violin and orchestra: Op. 33
Anton Rubinstein Barcarole Kahnt, 1904 original for piano: Op.50, No. 3
Melodie   original for piano: Op.3, No. 1
Robert Schumann Abendlied   original for piano 4 hands: Op. 85, No. 12
Der Nussbaum Universal-Edition, 1922 original for voice and piano: Op. 25, No. 3 from 'Myrthen’
Vogel als Prophet Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 1913 original for piano: Op. 82, No. 7 from 'Waldszenen’
Widmung 1920 original for voice and piano: Op. 25, No. 1 from 'Myrthen’
John Stevenson The last Rose of Summer   orginal for voice and piano
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Andante cantabile Carl Fischer, 1918 from String Quartet No. 1 in D major, Op. 11
Melodie Carl Fischer, 1921 original for violin and orchestra: Op. 42, No. 3
Violin Concerto   original for violin and orchestra: Op. 35, some changes to the violin part
Walzer ca. 1901 original for orchestra: Op. 48 from 'Serenade’
Wohin seid ihr entschwunden from 'Eugen Onegin’ Universal-Edition, 1921 original for voice and orchestra (Arie des Lensky, Act II, No. 17)
Richard Wagner Träume Universal-Edition, 1921 original for voice and piano, WWV 91, No. 2, arranged by Wagner for violin and orchestra
Leo Zeitlin/Joseph Achron Eli Zion   original for cello and piano

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