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Dall'Abaco, Joseph (Marie Clément Ferdinand) (1710–1805)

(Son of Evaristo Felice Dall'Abaco)

  • Caprices for Violoncello solo
  • Rondo all'Hongarese for Double Bass and Chamber Orchestra

Abbiate, Louis (1866–1933)

  • Ave Maria in C major (1899) (autograph at Biblioteca di Archeologia e Storia dell'Arte, Roma)
  • String Quartet in F Op.8 (Enoch, pub.1901) (BNF has this score)
  • Cello concerto in D minor Op.35 (1895)
  • Piano Concerto "Italien" Op.96 (1922)
  • 2nd piano sonata (pub.1904, Édition Mutuelle)
  • Cello Suite, Op.5 (pub.1904)
  • Bassoon Scherzino (pub.1901)
  • Preludes and fugues for cello solo (pub.1901)
  • Cello Suite No.2, Op.16 (pub.1907)

Abel, Carl Friedrich (1723–1787)

  • Cello concerto in C

Achron, Joseph (1886–1943)

  • Berceuse Op. 20 for Violin and Piano

Adam, Adolphe (1803–1856)

  • La Jolie Fille de Gand (1842) Piano reduction
  • Le Filleule des Fees (1849) Piano reduction

Adelburg, August von (1830–1873)

  • 2 String Quartets Opp.16 & 17 (pub.1863) (Op.17 may be RISM 452001998 of by-1858, though the op.nos. listed for his 2 quartets there are 97 (in D) and 98 (in E) - perhaps there are many more qts in ms). There may be two published qts no.1, opp.12 & 16.)

Adlung, Jakob (1699–1762)

  • Musica mechanica organoedi, 1726 Das ist: Gründlicher Unterricht von der Struktur, Gebrauch und Erhaltung, etc. der Orgeln, Clavicymbel, Clavichordien und anderer Instrumente, in so fern einem Organisten von solchen Sachen etwas zu wissen nöthig ist. 2 Tle. Berlin 1768 — modern edition by C. Mahrenholz (Kassel, 1931)
  • Anleitung zu der musikalischen Gelahrtheit (Erfurt, 1758, 1783)
  • Musikalisches Siebengestirn, das ist Sieben zu der edlen Tonkunst gehörige Fragen (Berlin, 1768)

Agincour, François d' (1684–1758)

  • Airs à voix seule et basse continue (1713–1716)
  • 48 Orgelwerke, in einem undatierten Manuskript des Père Pingré

Agricola, Johann Friedrich (1720–1774)

  • Il filosofo convinto in amore, Divertissement. Uraufführung: Herbst 1750 Potsdam
  • La ricamatrice divenuta dama, Intermezzo (1. November 1751 Potsdam)
  • Il re pastore, Oper 3 Akte. Libretto: Pietro Metastasio. Uraufführung: 9. Oktober 1752 Berlin
  • La citadella ingannata, Oper. Uraufführung: 1752 Antwerpen (Antwerp)
  • La nobilità delusa, Dramma giocoso 3 Akte. Uraufführung: 1754 Charlottenburg
  • Il tempio d'amore, Festa teatrale. Libretto: Giovanni Pietro Tagliazucchi, nach Friedrich II. Uraufführung: 30. September 1755 Charlottenburg, zur Vermählung von Prinz Ferdinand von Preußen mit Prinzessin Anna Elisabeth von Schwedt
  • Psyche, Oper 3 Akte. Uraufführung: 1756 Berlin
  • Die Sendung des Heiligen Geistes, Oratorium. Komponiert 1757
  • Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu, Oratorium. Libretto: Karl Wilhelm Ramler. 25. Dezember 1757 Berlin
  • L'ippocondriaco overo L'uomo fantastico, Intermezzo 3 Teile. Uraufführung: 1763 Charlottenburg
  • Achille in Sciro, Opera seria 3 Akte. Libretto: Pietro Metastasio. Uraufführung: 16. September 1765 Berlin, zur Vermählung des "Prinzen von Preußen" [nachmals König Friedrich Wilhelm II., 1786-1797] mit Prinzessin Elisabeth von Braunschweig
  • Semiramis, Schauspiel 3 Akte von Voltaire. Uraufführung: 11. Juni 1767 Hamburg
  • Amor e Psiche, Opera seria 3 Akte. Libretto: Antonio Landi. Uraufführung: 5. Oktober 1767 Berlin, zur Vermählung der Prinzessin Wilhelmine von Preußen mit dem Erbstatthalter von Holland
  • Musica Mechanica Organoedi. Das ist: Gründlicher Unterricht von der Struktur, Gebrauch und Erhaltung, etc. der Orgeln, Clavicymbel, Clavichordien und anderer Instrumente, in so fern einem Organisten von solchen Sachen etwas zu wissen nöthig ist. 2 Tle. Berlin 1768 (ed. and extensive notes by Agricola)
  • Oreste e Pilade Opera seria 3 Akte. Libretto: Antonio Landi. Uraufführung: 24. März 1772 Berlin. Neufassung: I Greci in Tauri: März 1772 Potsdam

Agus, Giuseppe (1725–1803)

(ca.1725, actually. Also known as Joseph Agus.)

  • Violin solos with "thorough bass for the harpsichord", Op.1
  • 6 String Quintets (manuscript copies, Naples)
  • 6 sonatas for three instruments Op.6 (pub.ca.1775)
  • 6 Duets for 2 violins (once attributed to Boccherini, G.72)

Aimon, Léopold (1779–1866)

  • 2nd Bassoon concerto, in D minor (pub.ca.1822)
  • String quintet in E minor, Op.5 (a library estimates ca.1820, but "Quintetti" by Aimon are mentioned in Le Moniteur judiciaire de Lyon in 1809 so ca.1809 seems closer for first publication date, if the same quintet.)

Alain, Jehan (1911–1940)

  • Fantasmagorie, for organ
  • The Cat with Three Tails (opera)

Alard, Jean Delphin (1815–1888)

  • Op.1 – Fantaisie sur un theme original No.1 for Violin and Orchestra
  • Op.3 – Introduction et Variations brillantes for Violin and Piano
  • Op.5 – Fantaisie sur un theme original No.3 for Violin and Orchestra
  • Op.6 – Nocturne No.1 for Violin and Piano
  • Op.7 – Elegie for Violin and Piano
  • Op.9 – Fantaisie sur ‘Norma’ de Bellini for Violin and Piano (1842)
  • Op.11 – Fantaisie sur ‘Anna Bolena’ de Donizetti for Violin and Piano (1843
  • Op.12 – Fantaisie sur ‘Linda de Chamounix’ de Donizetti for Violin and Piano (1844)
  • Op.13 – Souvenir de Pyrenees for Violin and Piano (1844)
  • Op.14 – Tarentelle for Violin and Piano (1845)
  • Op.18 – Etudes caracteristiques for Violin and Piano (1847)
  • Op.20 – Fantaisie sur ‘La Favorita’ de Donizetti for Violin and Piano (1849)
  • Op.24 – Fantaisie caracteristique for Violin, Piano and Orchestra (1851)
  • Op.26 – Barcarolle et Tarentelle for Violin and Piano (1851)
  • Op.28 – Fantaisie de concert sur des motifs de ‘La Fille du Regiment’ de Donizetti for Violin and Piano
  • Op.29 – Villanelle for Violin and Piano (1852)
  • Op.32 – Fantaisie sur ‘Nabucco’ de Beethoven for Violin and Piano (1855)
  • Op.35 – Fantaisie sur la priere de ‘Moise’ for Violin and Piano (1860)
  • Op.36 – Fantaisie de concert sur ‘La Muette de Portici’ de Auber for Violin and Piano (1860)
  • Op.37 – Fantaisie sur ‘Il Trovatore’ de Verdi for Violin and Piano (1860)
  • Op.39 – 8 Fantaisies faciles for Violin and Piano (1861)
  • Op.43 – Canzonetta Melodie for Violin and Piano (1865)
  • Op.44 – Grande Fantaisie de concert sur ‘Robert le Diable’ de Meyerbeer for Violin and Piano (1866)
  • Op.50 – 3 Fantaisies faciles for Violin and Piano (1873)
  • Op.50bis – 6 Fantaisies faciles for Violin and Piano (1873)
  • Op.51 – 3 Melodies du Schubert
  • Op.52 – Pastorale et celebre Menuet de Boccherini
  • Op.55 – Fantaisie sur 'Romeo et Juliette' de Gounod for Violin and Piano
  • Op.56 – Grande Fantaisie de concert sur ‘L’Africaine’ de Meyerbeer for Violin and Piano
  • Op.61 – Fantaisie sur ‘Aida’ de Verdi for Violin and Piano (1880)
  • Air varie for Violin and Piano (1838)
  • Andantino grazioso for Violin and Piano (1839)
  • Air béarnaise for Violin and Piano (1848)

Alary, Georges (1850–1928)

  • String Quartet No.3 in G minor, Op.25 (1886)
  • String Quartet (No.4), Op.60 (pub.ca.1902, Durdilly)
  • String Quartet No.6 in E major (1917, Paris: C. Hayet.)
  • Quintette-fantaisie, Op.43 (pub.1897)
  • Piano Quintet, Op.45 (ca.1897, Durdilly)

Albert, Eugen d' (1864–1932)

  • Der Mensch und das Leben, Op.14
  • Seejungfräulein, Op.15
  • Wie wir die Natur erleben, Op.24

Alberti, Johann Friedrich (1642–1710)

  • Any Keyboard works

Albinoni, Tomaso (1671–1751)

  • Sonata in C for Trumpet & Organ
  • 12 Trio Sonatas, Op.1 for Violin I & II and Basso continuo (in full score): No.8 in h-Moll
  • This wonderful Adagio for 2 violins & basso continuo taken from this CD (track #20); unfortunately I don't know where this "manuscript" is...
  • Op. 8: 6 Balletti & 6 Sonate a tre (for 2 violins and basso continuo), 1722

Albrecht of Prussia, Prince Joachim (1876–1939)

  • Lustspiel-Ouv., Op.67 (pub.1904, Apollo-Verlag)

Alcock Sr., John (1715–1806)

  • 6 Concertos in 7 Parts, 1750.

Alder, Ernest (1853–1904)

  • Petit (piano) trio in D major (pub. Lemoine, 1896)

Alfano, Franco (1875–1954)

While works first published before 1964 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 in D major (1918; pub.1920)
  • Tre Poemi di Rabindranath Tagore
  • Lʹombra di Don Giovanni (vocal score 329pp ©1914)

Alford, Kenneth J. (1881–1945)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

Military marches, particularly:

  • The Voice of the Guns (1917)
  • The Mad Major (1921)
  • By Land and Sea (1941)
  • The Standard of St George (1930)
  • HM Jollies (1929)

Alfvén, Hugo (1872–1960)

While works first published before 1964 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.3 in E major, Op.23
  • Cantata op.36 Kantat vid Reformationsfesten i Uppsala den 31 okt. 1917
  • Symphony No.4 in C minor for vocalists and orchestra, Op.39
  • Dala Rhapsody: Devil's Reel (Djävulspolskan)
  • Bergakungen, balett-pantomim, Op. 37 (u.a. Vallflickans Dans)
  • "Gustav II Adolf" suite, op. 49
  • Symphony No.5 in A minor, op. 54
  • Elégie at Emil Sjögren's funeral, Op.38
  • Festspiel (Festival Overture), opus 25
  • Festive Overture, opus 52
  • Legend of the Skerries
  • Synnöve Solbakken

Alkan, Charles-Valentin (1813–1888)

  • Concerto da camera nr 1, nr 2 (Orchestral score)
1er Concerto da camera (orchestral score) copyright worldwide (publ. 1996)
2me Concerto da camera copyright worldwide (publ. 1972)
  • Piano Concerto Op. 39, as orchestrated by Karl Klindworth
  • Alkan in miniature
    • This is actually a collection of other works which we have (I think)
  • Pro Organo
  • Les Regrets de la Nonnette
  • Fantasticheria
  • Pas redoublé

Alnæs, Eyvind (1872–1932)

  • Piano Concerto, Op.27 (pub.1919)
  • 60 Light preludes for organ, Op.33 (pub.1921)
  • Symphonic march for 2 pianos, Op.16
  • Symphonic variations, Op.8 (pub.1905)

Altès, Ernest Eugène (1830–1899)

  • String Quartet in D minor, Op.27 (pub.1879)
  • Violin Sonata, Op.31 (pub.1887)
  • PIano Trio No.2, Op.37 in C (Juilliard School has. pub.ca.1908?)

Altès, Joseph-Henri (1826–1899)

Note: we do have his younger brother, Ernest Eugène Altès (1830–99). A 1910 bio gives his death year as 1895, as does Wikipedia (German).

Altnikol, Johann Christoph (1720–1759)

  • Passion pastische "Wer ist der, so von Edom kömmt"
  • eine Klaviersonate
  • zwei Kantaten
  • eine Ricercare (C-Dur) für Clavier (Orgel?)
  • eine Messe in d-Moll (Kyrie, Gloria)

Amadei, Filippo (1690–1730)

  • Il pensiero che rapido vola

Amberg, Johan (1846–1928)

  • 3 Sketches for Flute and Strings, Op.13 (pub.1914 by Hansen)

Ambrosius, Hermann (1897–1983)

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.

  • Intermezzi for piano (pub.1913)

(eventually, when PD-CA, 13-plus symphonies too "wished" for, but that'll be in a few decades.)

Ammerbach, Elias Nikolaus (1530–1597)

  • Orgel oder Instrument Tabulatur, Leipzig 1571

Ancot fils, Jean (1799–1829)

  • Piano Sonata (grande sonate) No.1, Op.4 (pub.1819)
  • Piano Sonata (grande sonate), Op.10

André, Johann Anton (1775–1842)

  • Symphony (no.2?) in D major, Op.7 (pub.1797) (no.1 seems to be C major, op.4. a copy of the parts of no.2 are @Rudolstadt)
  • Symphony in D "Tempest", Op.41 (ca.1819)
  • Mass Op.43 in E (pub.ca.1819. full parts at Trier. vocal score @ Hathitrust already...)

Andreae, Volkmar (1879–1962)

While works first published before 1964 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 in C, Op.31 (pub.1920 by Hug)
  • String Quartet No.2, Op.33 (pub. ca.1911-1920? by Eulenburg)

Anonymous (see also Gregorian Chant)

  • St. John Passion (1534)
  • Worldes Blis Ne Last No Throwe (Anonymous English tune, 1265)
  • Missa Caput (1440s) manuscript
  • Messe de Tournai (14th century) manuscript
  • 6 Piezas de clarines para trompeta y organ, uber Themen von Lully

Ansorge, Conrad (1862–1930)

  • String Sextet, Op.9
  • String Quartet No.1 in A major, Op.13 (Dreililien, 1904)
  • String Quartet No.2 in A major, Op.20 (Hofmeister, 1911)
  • Piano Sonata No.2 in E minor, Op.21 (Verl. Dreililien, 1905)
  • Piano Sonata No.3 in A major, Op.23 (Simrock, 1908)

Antheil, George (1900–1959)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Early Piano Works pub. pre-1923, such as Sonate Sauvage, Woman Sonata?
  • Concerto for Chamber Orchestra
  • Symphony for Five Instruments

Anthiome, Eugène (1836–1916)

  • Sommeil et triomphe de Bacchus, scène mythologique pour orchestre (pub.1893, 1896)
  • Piano Trio in E major (pub.1873 ca.)

Antonii, Giovanni Battista degli (1636–1698)

  • 12 Ricercate for Cello Solo (1687)

Araujo, Juan de (1646–1712)

  • Dixit Dominus a 11 voci, preferably as facsimile

Arban, Jean-Baptiste (1825–1889)

  • Variation on a Tyrolean Song

Arensky, Anton (1861–1906)

  • Cantata op.3 The Wood King
  • Nal' i Damajanti, opera op.47 (libretto by Modest Tchaikovsky after the Mahabharata, premiered January 1904 Moscow; Jurgenson, 1903)
  • Fantasia "Margarite Gautier" Op.9
  • Suite No.5, Op.65
  • String Quartett no. 2 op. 35/1894 – Moscow: P. Jurgenson. Arrangement for piano 4 hands. Plate 19312.

Armstrong, William Dawson (1868–1936)

(Subject of a book "William Dawson Armstrong, American Composer" in 1916)

  • Choral Mass in G ((c)1899)

Arne, Thomas Augustine (1710–1778)

  • 1740: Alfred, opera in 3 acts, originally written as a masque to celebrate the accession of George II in 1740. Was later revised into an all sung oratorio in 1745 and then greatly expanded into its final version as an opera in 1753. A score of the final version still survives
  • 1751: Eight overtures in 8 parts, collection of overtures from various stage works by Arne including the overtures for Henry and Emma, Comus, and The Judgment of Paris. First used for a concert performance in 1751, the collection most recently published by J. Herbage in 1937
  • 1756: VIII Sonatas or Lessons
  • 1757: 7 Trio Sonatas, Op.3
  • 1767: Four New Overtures or Symphonies in 8 and 10 Parts, another selection of symphonic works mostly from Arne's stage works that were initially put together for concert performance in 1767
  • 1793: Six Favourite Concertos, these keyboard concertos were part of various stage works by Arne and were compiled for publication in 1793

Arnold, Johann Gottfried (1773–1806)

  • 6 Cello Concertos (parts for Nos.1–3 uploaded)

Arrieta, Emilio (1823–1894)

  • Marina (1871 version in three acts; vocal score)
  • Ildegonda (1846, vocal score)
  • La Conquista de Granada (1850, vocal score)

Ascher, Leo (1880–1942)

  • Operettas including Was tut man nicht alles aus liebe

Ashton, Algernon (1859–1937)

  • Piano Quintet No.1, Op.25 (pub.1885)
  • Piano Sonata No.1, Op.101 (comp.1878? pub.1899)
  • Violin Sonata No.4, Op.99 (pub.1898 by Simrock)
  • Violin Sonata No.2 in E, Op.38 (pub.1889)
  • Cello Sonata No.2 in G, Op.75
  • Cello Sonata No.4 in B, Op.128 (pub.1899)
  • Piano Sonata No.6 in A minor, Op.170 (pub.1925) (and surrounding sonatas, at British Library etc)
  • Violin Sonata no.1 in D, Op.3 (pub.1881)
  • Cello Sonata No.1 in F, Op.6
  • Viola Sonata, Op.44

Attaingnant, Pierre (ca. 1494–late 1551 or 1552)

  • Moteti. Liber decimus: passiones dominice in ramis Palmarum, veneris sancte necnon lectiones feriarum quinte, sexte, ac sabbati hebdomade sancte multaque alia quadragesime congruentia continet, ut palam didere licet. Paris, 1534.

Atterberg, Kurt Magnus (1887–1974)

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.

  • Rhapsody for Piano and Orchestra Op.1, Score (1909, rev.1956)
  • Symphony No.4 in G minor, Op.14, Score (pub.1922)
  • Älven (The River), Op.33, Score (ca.1929. Unpub. except through STIM?)
  • Overture in A minor, Op.4, Score (1910, rev. 1932, unpub.?)
  • Aladdin Overture, Op.44, Score (pub.ca.1945?) (prob. belongs under line below)
  • Hostballader, Op.15 (pub.1919)
  • De fåvitska jungfrurna, Op.17 (pub.1921 in some form)
  • Symphony No.3, Op.10 (pub.1920)

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • Symphony No.1 in B minor, Op.3, Score (pub.1924)
  • Concerto for Cello in C minor, Op.21 (1922), Score (pub.1923)
  • Symphony No. 6 in C, Op.31 (pub.1928)
  • Värmlands Rhapsody, Op.36, Score (pub.1935)
  • Piano Concerto Op. 37 in B flat minor, Score (pub.1937)
  • Symphony No.5 in D minor, Op.20, Score (1919-22/1947)
  • Symphony No.9, Op.54, Score (1955-56. Unpub. except through STIM? (Note: Cornell U. has a manuscript facs. score of this, prob. other places too.))

Averkamp, Anton (1861–1934)

  • Violin Sonata in D, Op.2 (pub.1890)
  • Bethlehem : cantate voor tenor en bariton-solo, vierstemmig mannenkoor met orgel of piano, Op.6 (pub.1897)
  • His edition of Willaert's "Missa super Benedicta" (pub.1915)

Ayres, Frederick (1876–1926)

  • Cello Sonata
  • Piano Trio No.1 (Op.13? pub.1914 by Stahl)
  • String Quartet, Op.16 (ms @ Juilliard. most of his ms @ LoC I think.)


Baal, Johann (1657–1701)

  • Missa tota a 2. Violini 2. Viole Fagotto 4. Voci. Basso contin del Sigr. Joh. Baal Partitura

Babell, William (1689/90–1723)

Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel (1714–1788)

  • Wq 172 - Cello Concerto in A major (H 439) - Cello part + full score
  • Wq 171 Concerto for Violoncello in B flat major (H. 436) - full score or reduction (pub.1931 so not PD-US, but...)
  • Die Sechs Sammlungen von Sonaten, freien Fantasien und Rondos für Kenner und Liebhaber
  • 3 Cello Concertos with orchestral parts (these also excists in flute and harpsichord versions by the composer)
  • Triosonatas for Fl, Vln, BC in C major and D minor
  • Sonata for viola da gamba & continuo in D
  • Sonata for viola da gamba & continuo in C
  • Die Passionen and Passionskantate
  • Symphonie Wq. 173 in G major (H 648)
  • Symphonie Wq. 174 in C major (H 649)
  • Symphonie Wq. 175 in F major (H 650)
  • Symphonie Wq. 179 in E flat major (H 654)
  • Symphonie Wq. 180 in G major (H 655)
  • Symphonie Wq. 181 in F major (H 656)
  • Magnificat (full score–both Berlin and Hamburg versions)
  • Any of: Symphonies, Flute Concertos, Oboe concertos, Organ concertos, Organ Works, Keyboard Fantasias
  • H 564. Flute Sonata in G major (Wq 133)

Bach, Johann Bernhard (1676–1749)

  • Orchestersuite Ouvertüre Nr. 1 in g-Moll Full Score
  • Orchestersuite Ouvertüre Nr. 2 in G-Dur Full Score
  • Orchestersuite Ouvertüre Nr. 3 in e-Moll Full Score
  • Orchestersuite Ouvertüre Nr. 4 in D-Dur full Score
  • Ouvertüre g-Moll (in CPEBach Catalogue 1790--Found in Kiev?) Full Score
  • Fugue in D for Organ
  • Fugue in F for Organ
  • Christ lag in Todesbanden
  • Partita über "Du Friedefürst, Herr Jesu Christ"
  • Jesus, Jesus, nichts als Jesus!
  • Nun freut euch, lieben Christen, g'mein
  • Vom Himmel hoch da komm ich her
  • Wir glauben all' an einen Gott (3 versions)

Bach, Johann Christian (1735–1782)

  • Symphony in G minor, Op. 6/6, W.C12
  • Sinfonias op. 9, op. 3, op. 6

Bach, Johann Christoph (1642–1703)

  • "Meine Freundin, du bist schön", cantata
  • Aria a-moll mit Veränderungen
  • Motet "Der Gerechte, ob er gleich zeitlich stirbt" Full Score
  • Vocal Concert (Cantata) "Die Furcht des Herren" Full Score
  • Vocal Concert (Cantata) "Es erhub sich ein Streit" Full Score
  • Aria "Es ist nun aus mit meinem Leben" Full Score
  • "Herr, nun lässest du dein Diener" Full Score
  • Motet "Lieber Herr, wecke uns auf" Full Score
  • Aria "Mit Weinen hebt sich's an" Full Score
  • "Unsers Herzens Freude" Full Score
  • Any Choral preludes

Bach, Johann Christoph Friedrich (1732–1795)

  • BR C 4 \ Symphony in D minor (Wf I: 3) (by 1768)
  • BR D 1 \ Die Pillgrimme auf Golgatha
  • BR D 2 \ Der Tod Jesu (Wf XIV:1)
  • BR D 3 \ Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu (Wf XIV:10)
  • BR D 4 \ Die Hirten bey der Krippe Jesu (Wf XIV:9)
  • BR D 7 \ Der Fremdling auf Golgotha (Wf XIV:7)
  • Six Piano Sonatas (Wf III)

Bach, Johann Ludwig (1677–1731)

  • Messe sopra cantilena " Allein Gott in der Höh" e-moll BWV Anh. II 166 (or by Johann Nikolaus Bach?) Full Score
  • Cantata "Ja, mir hast du Arbeit gemacht" JLB 5 Full Score
  • Cantatas JLB 6-17 Full Scores

Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685–1750)

  • Reconstruction of violin concerti BWV1052 (d minor), BWV1056 (g minor) and triple violin concerto BWV1064 (D major) from the corresponding keyboard versions
  • Siciliano from flute sonata BWV1031 (arranged by Siloti) sheetmusic
  • Concerto for two violins and strings in D minor, BWV 1043 (Harpsichord and Soloist parts)
  • Piano transcription of organ fugue in g minor, BWV 578 (so called "little fugue")
  • Passion pastische "Wer ist der, so von Edom kömmt"
  • Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248: Arrangement for (Soli, Choir,) Harmonium and Piano by August Horn
  • 24 Flute Concert Studies
  • Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue, BWV 903 (Keyboard Score) edited by Adolphe F. Wouters
  • Cantata parts in general, and specifically for BWV211, Schweigt stille
  • Mass in b minor BWV 232 Bärenreiter Verlag Urtext Edition, Score and Parts.

Possibly unreasonable requests:

  • Full Scores and/or manuscripts for: BWV 232 I (BC E 2); BWV 232 II Movements 13 and 15 (earlier versions); BWV 232 III (BC E 12); BWV 245 (BC D 2a,b, and d); BWV 244b (BC D 3a), and BWV deest (BC D 10, BC D 5 and 5a and b, and VBN I/H/1)
  • Various full scores requested: BWV 62 (BC A 2) after the Autograph Score (Movement 4 with only BC accompaniment); early version of BWV 36 (BC A 3a); BWV 70a (after BWV 70); BWV 186a (after 186); BWV 147a (after 147); BWV 82 (BC A 169 geplante Urfassung, BC A 169a-c); BWV 23 (BC A 47a and 47c, 47b is correct key for that version [C minor instead of B minor]); BWV 4 (BC A 54a and b); BWV 249 (BC D 8aI and II and BC D 8b I); BWV 12 (BC A 68, version in G minor); BWV 21R and BWV 21 (BC A 99a and b); BWV 199 (BC A 120, all versions); BWV 1083 (BC B 26); BWV 208a (BC G 1 and 27); BWV 527a; BWV 528a; BWV 532a; BWV 533a; BWV 535a; BWV 536a; BWV 541 (earlier version); BWV 542 (J.L. Krebs version); BWV 543a; BWV 545b; BWV 549a; BWV 566a; BWV 572 (earlier version); BWV 574b; BWV 581; BWV 630a; BWV 638a; BWV 667a; BWV 667b; BWV 249/I-IIIR (Concerto after Movements 1-3 of BWV 249); BWV 1046a I (BC O 5a); BWV 1047a; BWV 1050a; BWV 1052a ; BWV 1053a (both Oboe and Oboe d'Amore versions); BWV 1055R (Both Oboe d'Amore and Viola d'Amore versions); BWV 1056R (Both Violin and Oboe versions); BWV 1059; BWV 1061a; BWV 1066aR; BWV 1067aR; BWV 1068aR; BWV 1069aR; BWV 97aR; BWV 119aR; BWV BWV 194R

Bach, Otto (1833–1893)

  • String Quartet, Op.6 (p1863?)
  • Piano Trio No.2, Op.22 (p1872)
  • Piano Trio No.1 in C minor, Op.7 (@DKB, Coburg)
  • Duo for violin and piano, Op.18
  • Opera "Lenore", Op.30 (@Coburg)

Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann (1710–1784)

  • Sonata in A minor (harpsichord), FK nv8
  • Duet in E major for flute
  • Six Duets for flute
  • BR A 9, Keyboard Sonata in E minor (F.204)
  • BR A 39, Harpsichord Suite in G minor (F.24)
  • BR A 40–41, 2 German Dances for harpsichord in G minor (F.205)
  • BR A 42–43, 2 Menuets for harpsichord
  • BR A 44–47, 4 Preludes for harpsichord (F.206)
  • BR A 48–49, 2 pieces for harpsichord (F.25) Presto in D minor, F.25/2
  • BR A 60, Andante for harpsichord in E minor (F.209)
  • BR A 92, Fugue for organ in G minor (F.37)
  • BR C 7, Symphony in D minor (F.65)
  • BR C 12, Harpsichord Concerto in E minor (F.43)
  • BR E 1, Mass in G minor (F.100)
  • BR E 2, Missa (Deutsche Messe) in D minor (F.98) (see eg RISM 225004551)
  • BR E 4, Agnus Dei in D minor
  • BR F 9, Erzittert und fallet (F.83)

Bache, Francis Edward (1833–1858)

  • Piano Trio, Op.25 (posth. pub. 1865)

Bachmann, Gottlob (1763–1840)

  • ca.9? string quartets (op.3, op.5, op.8, op.32, op.57 from 1790s to ca.1828)
  • Symphony, op.2 (ca.1796?)

Bachoven, Johann Kaspar (1695–1755)

Dates: 26 December 1695–23 June 1755

  • Brockes-Passion Full Score and Manuscript

Backofen, Johann Georg Heinrich (1768–1830)

Dates: 6 July 1768–10 July 1830

  • Concertante opus 7 (Breitkopf, ca.1800) for Basset-horn , harp, cello (and orch.?)
  • Quintet opus 9 for basset horn, 2 violins, viola and cello
  • Sinfonia concertante op.10 Full Score and Parts
  • Clarinet Quintet op.15 (Breitkopf, ca.1805) (U Northern Colorado has)
  • Concerto Op.24 (pub.1823)

Baermann, Carl (1810–1885)

  • Vollständige Clarinett-Schule - Complete School For The Clarinet

Bagge, Selmar (1823–1896)

  • String Quartet, Op.12 (p.1861)
  • Piano Sonatas

Listing other works @ Bagge "forum"

Baillot, Pierre (1771–1842)

  • 8 violin concertos (pub.1822, possibly first published earlier) (opp 3, 6, 7, 10, 13, 18, 21, 22?)

(nos. 6 and 8 already scanned in parts @ Gallica/BNF, will reupload soon.) (no.6 Op.18 pub.1810 or so.)

Bairstow, Edward Cuthbert (1874–1946)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Six Variations on an original Theme for Violin and Piano (OUP, 1931)
  • Sonata in E flat for Organ (OUP, 1938)
  • Save us, O Lord (Novello & Co, 1902)
  • Variations on an original theme, for two pianos (OUP, 1932)

Bajić, Isidor (1878–1915)

  • Album of compositions for the piano (Album kompozicija za glasovir)
  • Serbian Rhapsody for piano (Srpska rapsodija)
  • Poems of Love song-cycle (Песме љубави)

Bantock, Granville (1868–1946)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Elegiac Poem for cello and orchestra (1898)
  • Sapphic Poem for cello and orchestra (1906)
  • Celtic Poem for cello and orchestra (1914)
  • Pibroch, A Highland Lament for cello and harp (1917)
  • Hamabdil Also arr. for Cello and Piano
  • Dramatic Poem for cello and orchestra (1941)
  • Fantastic Poem for cello and piano (1924)
  • Sonata in G minor for solo cello (1924)
  • Cello Sonata No. 1 in B minor (1940)
  • Cello Sonata No. 2 in F sharp minor (1945)
  • Dramatic Poem for cello and piano (1945)
  • Helena, variations on H.F.B. (pub.1901)

Barber, Samuel (1910–1981)

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

Barblan, Otto (1860–1943)

  • Passacaglia, Op.6 (p.1895)
  • String Quartet, Op.19 (composed 1911, pub.1925?)

Bargiel, Woldemar (1828–1897)

Barié, Augustin (1883–1915)

Works first published after 1963 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.

Barjansky, Adolf (1850–1900)

(MusicSack prefers Baryanski.)

  • Piano quartet, Op.5 (p.1893?)
  • String quartet in A minor, Op.8 (p.1894)
  • String quartet in E, Op.6

Barnekow, Christian (1837–1913)

  • Piano Sonata, Op.24 (pub.ca.1907) - uploaded 7 Sep 2014 - from Danish Royal Library

Barns, Ethel (1874–1948)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

(1873 or 1874?)

  • Violin Sonata No.2 (p.ca.1904)
  • Concertstück Op.19 (p.1908)
  • Piano Trio Op.10 (p.1909)
  • Violin Sonata No.4 Op.24 Gm (p.1911)

Barrière, Jean-Baptiste (1707–1747)

  • Livre III, Sonates pour Violoncelle avec la Basse Continuë

Barrios Mangoré, Agustín (1885–1944)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

Bartók, Béla (1881–1945)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Roumanian folk dances (string orchestra)
  • Roumanian Folk Dances (violin and piano)
  • Scherzo from Suite Op 1a
  • Rhapsodies no.1 and 2 for violin and orchestra. (and solo parts?!)
  • Piano Quintet (score and parts)
  • Violin Concerto No. 1 (piano reduction)
  • Sonata for Solo Violin
  • The Wooden Prince (A fából faragott királyfi), Sz.60
  • Violin Sonatas Nos.1 & 2, Sz.75–76 – subject to [TB]
  • Cantata Profana ‘The Nine Enchanted Stags’ (A kilenc csodaszarvas), Sz.94
  • Hungarian Sketches, BB 103 Sz. 97
  • Any Works from the 1st and 2nd set of Opus numbers.
  • 3 Hungarian Folksongs(Folktunes) for Piano (1914/18) Sz.66

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • Viola Concerto (orchestral score or piano reduction)
  • Sonata for Solo Violin ed. Menuhin (d. 1999)

Bass, Roderich (1873–1933)

  • Ballade romantique for orch, Op.21 (by 1908)
  • Piano Trio in C minor, Op.26 (pub.1908)
  • Ballade symphonique for orch, w/o op. (by 1908)

Bassani, Giovanni Battista (ca.1650–1716)

  • Acroama missale
  • L'Esaltazione di S Croce, 1675
  • Any masses, sacred choral works, chamber works

Bastiaans, Johannes (1812–1875)

  • Any organ works

Bauer, Marion (1882–1955)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Two Songs (Nocturne & The Last Word) (pub. 1912)
  • Star Trysts (pub. 1912)
  • Coyote Song (pub. 1912)
  • In the Country, op. 5: four little piano pieces (pub. 1913)
  • 3 Songs (Only of Thee and Me; A Little Lane; Phillis) (pub. 1913) (we have 2, but not "A Little Lane", as of 2014-12)
  • 3 Impressions, op. 10 (pub. 1918)
  • Thoughts (pub. 1921)
  • The Driftwood Fire (pub. 1921)
  • From the New Hampshire Woods, op. 12 (no. 1 The White Birches pub. 1922)
  • Fantasia Quasi una Sonata for Violin & Piano, Op.18 (pub.1928 by Schirmer. Prob. PD-CA only.)
  • Wind Quintet, Op.48 (©1956, PD-CA only)
  • Boston Common Cantata, Op.49 (©1953, PD-CA only)
  • "Twentieth century music how it developed, how to listen to it" (©1947, PD-CA only)

Baumfelder, Friedrich (1836–1916)

  • Rondo Mignon, Op.49 (1865)
  • Souvenir de Dresde, valse gracieuse, Op.130 (1866)
  • Abendmärchen. Sechs Characterstücke, Op.242 (1887)
  • Kinderscenen für Pianoforte, Op.270 (1872)
  • Bon Humeur. Rondo, Op.274 (1872)
  • Bagatelle, Op.386 (1905)
  • Immortelle, Op.400 (1910)
  • Idyl, Op.403 (1910)

Baussnern, Waldemar von (1866–1931)

  • Sonata eroica for piano (pub.1910 by Leuckart)

Bax, Arnold (1883–1953)

While works first published before 1964 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 (Parlett 276, 1926) (Full Orchestral Score)
  • Clarinet Sonata in D major (Parlett 327) (1934)
  • Of a Rose I Sing a Song (choir, harp, cello and double bass) 1921 (pub. 1921)
  • Nonet (flute, oboe, clarinet, harp and string quintet) 1930 (pub.1932)
  • Cello Concerto (1932) (pub.1934 in cello/piano reduction)
  • Rhapsodic Ballad, for cello (1939) (pub. ca. 1948 in a collection of Bax works for cello?)
  • Folk-Tale, for cello & piano (1918) (pub. 1920)
  • Cello Sonata (1923) (pub.1925)
  • Cello Sonatina (1933) (pub.ca.1934?)
  • Legend-Sonata, for cello & piano (1943) (pub.ca.1944)

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • Concerto (flute, oboe, harp, string quartet) 1934 (pub. 1990 from facsimile)
  • Threnody and Scherzo (bassoon, harp and string sextet) (pub. 2000s from facsimile)

Bazzini, Antonio (1818–1897)

  • String quartets (Quartets 1, 2, 3, 5 uploaded September 2007)
  • Violin Concertos (1-5) - Full Orchestral Scores
  • la calabrese
  • La Ronde des Lutins, Op. 25 "Dance of the Goblins"

Beauvarlet-Charpentier, Jean-Jacques (1734–1794)

  • Journal d'orgue.

N. B. : Les Journaux d'orgue 3, 6. 7, 9 & 12 are now available here: http://imslp.org/wiki/Category:Beauvarlet-Charpentier,_Jean-Jacques

  • Noels (including op. XIII) and rest of works for organ (Marche, Victory de l'armee d'Italie, etc.)

N. B. : La Victoire de l'armée d'Italie est de Jacques-Marie B.-C. et est maintenant disponible ici: http://imslp.org/wiki/Victoire_de_l’armée_d’Italie_(Beauvarlet-Charpentier,_Jacques-Marie) PG

Beach, Amy Marcy (1867-1944)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

Becker, Albert (1834–1899)

  • Symphony in G minor (ms., 1858)
  • Adagios (we have one uploaded) for violin and organ or harmonium
  • Phantasie in E for Violin, Op.35 (1884/85, B&H) (@ SLUB)
  • Mass in B minor Op.16 (pub.1880)

Becker, Hugo (1863–1941)

  • Cello Concerto in A, Op.10 (pub.1896, 1904 (fs), Schott)

Becker, Jean (1833–1884)

  • String Quartet in C minor (manuscript ca.1880. @Stabikat though not digitized; listed at RISM.)

Becker, Reinhold (1842–1924)

  • Violin Concerto in A minor, Op.4 (pub.1874)
  • Violin Concerto No.2 in E, Op.100 (pub.1901)
  • Violin Sonata, Op.150 (pub.1911)

Beckman, Bror (1866–1929)

  • Violin Sonata, Op.1 (1891, pub.1893)
  • Symphony in F, Op.6 (1895, pub.1929)

Becquié, Jean-Marie (1797–1876)

("de Peyreville". Born 1797 or 1798.)

  • Duo de concert for violin and piano, Op.57 (pub.1846? By a member of the Becquié family, may have been Charles Joachim (1807-77) instead, e.g.; Worldcat gives just "Becquié de Peyreville")
  • Oratorio de Noël (pub.1840)

Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770–1827)

  • Piano Sonata in D, Biamonti 213
Biamonti 213 ?
see here
  • Piano Sonatas edited by Immanuel von Faisst und Hans von Bülow for Opus 2 no 2, opus 13 (pub. by 1876), opus 27 no 2, opus 28, opus 78, opus 81a, opus 90.
  • Trio WoO 31 for clarinet, flute and piano (arr. from Fugue for Organ, WoO 31 (Beethoven, Ludwig van)?) (or poss. related to trio for flute, bassoon and piano in G major WoO 37?)
  • Menuett in G-Dur, WoO 10 Nr. 2 (orchestral score) (whose orchestration? will probably be in 6 Minuets, WoO 10 whenever an orch. is uploaded)
  • Original cadenza to violin concerto op. 61
  • Piano Concerto No.0, WoO 4 (piano part)
  • Lied: Que le temps me dure, WoO 116 [1st/2nd version, sometimes "jour" instead of "temps", text by J-J. Rousseau] (1793)
  • Complete Full Score: Piano Concerto in D major, Op.61a and Klavierkonzert C-Dur (WoO 4); Leonora (1805 and 1806 versions and variants); Die Weihe des Hauses (complete music with text)
  • Horn Sonata Op.17 arranged by Charles Khym for 2 violins viola cello and bass (Bonn, Simrock, no.1285: 1818) Quintets
  • Piano-vocal score for Cantata on the Death of Emperor Joseph II, WoO 87 (Beethoven, Ludwig van)
  • Exercises for Salieri's lessons WoO 99
  • Piano Concerto No.1, First Edition
  • Piano Concerto No.2, First Edition
  • Piano Concerto No.3, First Edition
  • Piano Concerto No.4, First Edition
  • Piano Concerto No.5, First Edition
  • Nos.4-5/5 Stücke für Flötenuhr/5 pieces for mechanical organ, WoO 33
  • Piano Concerto (Allegro) in D major, Kinsky Anh. 7 (attr. to Beethoven)
  • Symphony No. 5, 1st Mov. "Allegro Con Brio" - Transcription for Organ Solo

Belcke, Christian Gottlieb (1796–1838)

  • Fantasia pastorale (for flute with orchestra or piano) in B major, Op.7 (pub.1833 or earlier)

Beliczay, Gyula (1835–1893)

  • Trio op.30 (p1883)
  • Symphonies opp. 45 (1887), 66? (1892?) (ms?)
  • Mass in F op.50 (pub.1891) (ms copy @ Hofburgkapelle, Vienna)
  • String Quartet No.2 op.51

Bell, William Henry (1873–1946)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Arabesque for Violin (p.1906)
  • Arcadian Suite (p.1911)

Bemberg, Herman (1859–1931)

  • La mort de Jeanne d'Arc (cantata, excerpts) (pub.1880s?)
    • From this: Historic scene for orchestra (pub. 1893, Leduc)

Benda, Franz (František) (1709–1786)

  • Flute Concerto in E minor (possibly L 2.4 which we have?)
  • Flute Concerto in A major (poss. L 2.15 which we have?)
  • Flute Concerto in A minor (poss. L 2.16 which we have?)

Benda, Georg (Jiří Antonín) (1722–1795)

  • Medea, melodrama
  • Any: Kirchenmusik; Sinfonien; Cembalokonzerten; Violinkonzerten

Benedict, Julius (1804–1885)

  • String Quartet, Op.87
  • Symphony No.2 in G minor, Op.101 (pub.1874?)
  • Piano Sonata (No.2?) in D major, Op.4 (pub.ca.1825)

Benedict, Milo Ellsworth (1866–1931)

  • Piano Concerto in E minor, Op.4 (perf. Boston Symphony, 5th season, ca1884?)

Benesch, Joseph (1793–1873)

  • String Quartets no.1 op.28, no.2 op.30 (p.1865, 1871)

Benkert, George Felix (1831–1877)

(actually, 1831-fl.ca.1877)

  • String Quartet No.(1? 2?) in E (1849. ms.)
  • String Quartet No.3 in D (ms.) (both held by Penn Libraries)
  • Piano Trio (was scheduled to be performed 1858 - putting request out there? :) )

Bennett, Robert Russell (1894–1981)

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.

  • Porgy and Bess suite (under copyright worldwide, publ. 1943)

Bennett, William Sterndale (1816–1875)

  • Piano Concerto No.1 in d minor Op. 1
  • Piano Concerto No.2 in E flat major Op. 4
  • Piano Concerto No.3 in c minor Op. 9
  • Fantaisie in A major for Piano Op. 16 (pub. 1870s, Augener)

Benoît, Peter (1834–1901)

  • Flute Concerto "Symphonic Tale" Concertstuk opus 43a (1865) complete orchestra

Bentzon, Jørgen (1897–1951)

While works first published before 1964 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 Opp.3 (pub.1926 ca.), 15 (pub.1929) (PD-CA only?)
  • Preludio patetico for string quartet, Op.11 (pub.1926 by Kistner & Siegel) (PD-CA only?)

Berardi, Angelo (ca.1636–1694)

  • Documenti Armonici. nell quali con varie Discorsi Regolo ed essemligg. In Bolohna 1687
  • Discorsi musicali (1670)
  • Ragionamenti musicali (1681)
  • Arcani musicali svelati amicitia (…) con un modo facilissimo per sonare trasportato (1690)
  • Il perché musicale, overo staffetta armonica (1693)
  • Any: Masses, Sacred Songs, Psalms, Chamber music

Berbiguier, Tranquille (1782–1838)

  • Fantaisie en quintetto, for flute and strings, Op.36 (pub. Janet et Cotelle, 1818 (pl.1036))
  • 8th Flute Concerto, Op.44 (pub.1820/22)

Berens, Hermann (1826–1880)

Berg, Alban (1885–1935)

Works first published after 1963 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • Wozzeck (vocal score; piano reduction by Fritz Heinrich Klein (1892–1977))
  • Lulu (orchestral score completed by Friedrich Cerha (b.1926) publ. 1979 copyright worldwide)

Evidently, Universal Edition committed copyfraud when it published its edition copyright 1924 (renewed by Helene Berg in 1952). This work was first published in 1920 by Schlessinger in Berlin. Consequently it is now PD in the US, in the EU and in Canada. The 1924 Universal Edition is posted on IMSLP. However, Americans may be reluctant to touch this work unless the Schlessinger Edition is also posted on IMSLP with its 1920 copyright date clearly displayed – to provide irrefutable documentation that the work is now PD.

Berger, Ludwig (1777–1839)

  • Symphony in D, Op.42 (autograph by 1820? at Berlin State Library; pub.1843 Hofmeister)
  • Piano Concerto in C, Op.34 (pub. 1841 in solo reduction by Hofmeister, like symphony also in complete edition. Parts at SBB.)
  • String Quartet in G (the most complete - apparently entirely- of the "8 quartets" for strings or flute and strings in manuscript at SBB. The quartets in F major and G minor may be a bit sketchy, the others apparently are partially fragmentary)

Berger, Wilhelm (1861–1911)

  • Violin Sonata No.1 in A, Op.7 (pub.1882)
  • Violin Sonata No.2 in F, Op.29 (pub.1888)
  • 6 Piano Pieces "fürs Haus", Op.105 (pub.1911)
  • Piano Quartet No.2, Op.100 in C minor (unpub.?? Ca.1911)
  • Cello Sonata in D minor, Op.28 (pub. posth. ©1930) (... when it becomes available?)
  • Piano Suite, Op.82 (pub.1901)

Bergh, Rudolph (1859–1924)

Berghout, Johannes Cornelis (1869–1963)

While works first published before 1964 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 in C minor, Op.47 (pub.1910)
  • Piano Trio, Op.45 (pub.1909)
  • Piano Quartet, Op.42 (pub.1908)

Bériot, Charles-Auguste de (1802–1870)

  • Violin Concertos 1-10; full scores for violin and orchestra

op77 premier guide du violoniste : 20 études élémentaires pour violon ( OCLC 212427064)

Bériot, Charles-Wilfrid (1833–1914)

  • Piano Concertos - Opp.40 (p.1881), 46, 70, 83 (pub. by Hamelle)
  • Etude-caprice, Op.1 (p.1852, Brandus)

Berlioz, Hector (1803–1869)

Les Troyens (Complete opera) Complete orchestral parts

Bernard, Émile (1843–1902)

  • Concertstück for piano and orchestra, Op.40 (1892)
  • Romance for Violin and Orchestra, Op.27 (full score pub.1888, red. pub.1881?)
  • Fantaisie Op.31 for piano and orchestra (Fleisher has- anyone else?...)
  • Violin Sonata, Op.48
  • String Quartet, Op.52 (57?)

Bernhard, Christoph (1628–1692)

  • Missa "Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt" Full Score

Bernstein, Leonard (1918–1990)

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

Bersa, Blagoje (1873–1934)

(also Benito Bersa, see Wikipedia)

  • Der Eisenhammer, opera, pub.1911 by Doblinger (vocal score @ Syracuse U.)
  • Der Schuster von Delft, opera, pub.ca.1918
  • Slavenske himne arr. for piano (pub.1919 acc.to.HMB)

Bertali, Antonio (1605–1669)

  • Ciaconna

Bertin, Louise Angélique (1805–1877)

  • Guy Mannering (1825)
  • Le Loup-garou (1827)
  • Fausto (1831)
  • La Esmeralda (1836, libretto by Victor Hugo)
  • Piano Trio, Op.10 (pub. Schoenenberger, 1875)

Bertini, Henri (1798–1876)

  • Motets (at least 4 or 5 ; autograph ms at Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin)

Bertoni, Ferdinando (1725–1813)

  • String quartets (5?) (some in manuscript, some published in or by the 1920s - 1920–1927)

Berwald, Franz (1796–1868)

  • Operas

Bezekirsky, Vasily (1835–1919)

  • Violin concerto in a min., op.3 (poss. unpub.; ms. at lib.)

Biber, Heinrich Ignaz Franz von (1644–1704)

  • Serenada a 5 ("Der Nachtwächter")
  • Missa Bruxellensis (facsimile)
  • Sonatae Violino Solo, 1681 (facsimile)
  • Duets for 2 Trumpets

Bienstock, Heinrich (1894–1918)

  • Symphony in B minor, Op.13 (pub.1915)

Binder, Fritz (1872–1945)

While works first published before 1964 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 Trio (in Form einer Suite), Op.1 (pub.1900 by vom Ende)

Bittner, Julius (1874–1939)

  • String Quartet no.1 in A (pub.1913)
  • String Quartet no.2 in E (©1916)
  • Vaterland, symphonic poem (©1916, Universal Edition)
  • Symphony in F minor (©1923, photo-lithograph ("Wien, den 21. Mai 1923."), Universal Edition)

Bizet, Georges (1838–1875)

  • Te Deum
  • Roma (parts)
  • Any piano solo works

Blanc, Adolphe (1828–1885)

  • String Quartet No.1, Op.16 (p.1856)
  • Piano Quartet No.1, Op.28 (p.1858)
  • Piano Quartet No.3, Op.44
  • Piano Quartet No.4, Op.49
  • String Quartet No.4, Op.53 (p.ca.1877?)

Blech, Leo (1871–1958)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Die Strohwitwe, operetta, Op.26 (p.ca.1920)

Bleichmann, Julius (1868–1909)

  • Symphony, Op.18 (pub. by Wispolsky of St. Petersburg)
  • 2 Suites for Orchestra (No.2 at Fleisher Collection, Philadelphia)

Bleyle, Karl (1880–1969)

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.

  • Cello Concerto (No.1?) (performed in Dessau Nov.14, 1910)
  • Chorus Mysticus aus Goethe's "Faust" für gemischten Chor, Harmonium und Klavier, Op.19 (pub.1911)

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • String Quartet in A minor, Op.37 (pub.1928)
  • Cello Concerto (No.2??) in D minor, Op.49 (1934, ©1936)

Bloch, Ernest (1880–1959)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Prayer from 'Jewish Life', No. 1. (1924, Published by Carl Fischer (CF.B1969)) Solo Cello + Piano
  • Violin Concerto (1938, published the same year)
  • Suite for Viola and Piano or Orchestra (Schirmer, 1920)
  • Proclamation for Trumpet and Orchestra
  • Suite for Cello Solo No. 1
  • Piano Quintet No. 1 (1923)

Bloch, József (1862–1922)

  • Ouverture solennelle, Op.57 (Rozsnyai, p1910)
  • Violin Concerto, Op.64 (Rozsnyai, p1912)

For the violin concerto, both the full score and the reduction for violin and piano

  • Ungarische ouvertüre, Op.20
  • Concertino no.1 for violin, Op.12 (pub.1897)
  • Concertino no.2 for violin, Op.19 (pub.1898)
  • Suite no.2, Op.10 (pub.1896)
  • Concertino no.4 in E minor for violin, Op.63 (pub.1909)

Blodek, Vilém (1834–1874)

  • Flute concerto (1862?,piano red. pub.1903)
  • Symphony in D minor (1850s? pub.?)

Blow, John (1649–1708)

  • Suite No. 1 in D minor (keyboard)
  • Suite No. 2 in D minor (keyboard)
  • Suite No. 3 in A minor (keyboard)
  • Suite No. 4 in C (keyboard)
  • Suite No. 5 in D minor (keyboard)
  • Suite No. 6 in G minor (keyboard)
  • Dr Blow's Ground in Gamutt Flatt, G minor (keyboard)
  • Mortlack's/Mortlake's Ground (keyboard version)
  • Ground in D minor (keyboard)
  • Ground in C major (keyboard)

Blumenfeld, Felix (1863–1931)

  • Symphony in C minor "A la mémoire des chers défunts", Op.39 (©1909)
  • 2 Morceaux for Cello and Piano, Op.19 (1894)

Blumer, Theodor Anton (1881–1964)

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.

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • String Quartet in G minor, Op. 51 (autograph 1924 @ RISM)
  • Quintet for Wind Quintet, Op. 52 (Zimmermann, 1924)
  • Dance Suite for Wind Quintet, Op. 53 (Simrock, 1925)
  • Trio for violin, clarinet, and cello, Op. 55 (1928)

Boccherini, Luigi (1743–1805)

  • Cello Concerto No. 10 in D major, G. 483
  • Stabat mater G.532 (1781 version) - Parts and score
  • String Quintet G.341 in D, "Fandango"
  • Guitar Quintet No.4 in G, G.448 “Fandango”
  • Symphony in D minor, Op.12, No.4, G.506 “La casa del Diavolo”, Full Score/Manuscript
  • Flute Concerto: Full score and reduction for flute and piano
  • Dixit Dominus in G, G.533 (1764/6?) (parts at Einsiedeln)

Bödecker, Louis (1845–1899)

  • Phantasie-Sonate in E minor for violin and piano, Op.15 (pub.1880)
  • Impromptu über ein wendisches Lied for string quartet, Op.31 (pub.1887)

Boehe, Ernst (1880–1938)

  • Meditation and Processional

Boehm, Theobald (1794–1881)

  • Grand Polonaise op.16 for flute and piano
  • Schubert song transcriptions/arrangements for alto flute
  • Op 6 Divertissement sur un air de Carafe (flute and piano)
  • Op 13 Divertissement sur Alma Lied (flute and piano)
  • Op 23 & Op 24 Fantasy on Swiss Themes (flute and piano)
  • Op 25 Fantasy Scotch Airs (flute and piano)
  • Op 27 Andante cantabile (flute and piano)
  • Op 28 Rondo Allegro (flute and piano)
  • Op 29 Andantino, Romance (flute and piano)
  • Op 31 Andante Pastorale (flute and piano)
  • Op 32 Rondo Laendler (flute and piano)
  • Op 34 Tarantella (flute and piano)
  • Op 35 Larghetto (flute and piano)
  • Op 36 Rondo alla Mazurka (flute and piano)
  • Op 46 Andante from Beethovens Serenade (flute and piano)

Boëllmann, Léon (1862–1897)

  • Fantaisie sur des airs hongrois, for violin and piano Op.7 (c1885) J Hamelle, plate number J 2604 H
  • Le Chant du ruisseau, Op.9 (c1885) J Hamelle
  • Deuxième Valse, for piano Op.14 (c1886) J Hamelle, plate number J 3092 H
  • Symphony in F major, Op.24 (pub. in reduction and full score by Durand around 1895)
  • Fantaisie Dialoguée, Op.35 (full orch. score)

Boëly, Alexandre Pierre François (1785–1858)

Böhm, Georg (1661–1733)

  • Any vocal works--Georg Böhm: Sämtliche Werke, Vol. 2 (Vols. 3 & 4), ed. Johannes Wolgast, Gesa Wolgast, and Harald Kümmerling

Bohnke, Emil (1888–1928)

  • String Quartet, Op.1 (pub.1922)

Bohrer, Antoine (1783–1852)

  • Cello Concerto No.3, Op.25 (pub.1820)

Bohrer, Max (1785–1867)

  • Rondoletto (Rondolette) for cello with piano or orchestra, Op.22 (pub.1838, Richault/Hofmeister)
  • Cello Concerto No.1, Op.1 (poss. a coproduction (M-J - Max and Joseph (Antoine)) ? )
  • Cello Concerto No.2, Op.2
  • Cello Concerto No.3, Op.10 (pub. Schott, 1828 acc. BdlF)
  • Concerto "Militaire" No.4, Op.25
  • Duos concertants (Opp.14 pub.1832, 20 - op.20 pub.1838?) (some of these works co-publications with Antoine Bohrer or Nicolas Louis?)
  • Violin Concerto No.5, Op.4 (also pub. Schott, 1828 acc. BdlF (or earlier?))

Boieldieu, François Adrien (1775–1834)

  • Harp Concerto in C major in full score
  • Ma Tante Aurore, Vocal Score

Boisdeffre, René de (1838–1906)

  • Dans la forêt : ode-symphonie pour solo (ténor) et choeurs, Op.41 (pub.1888, Hamelle. Repub.1995, Recital Pubs.)

Boismortier, Joseph Bodin de (1689–1755)

  • Sonatas, Op. 1
  • Sonatas, Op. 6

Boisseau, Arthur Léopold (1845–1904)

  • Aubade for piano quartet, Op.3 (pub. by Louis Gregh in 1875)

Boito, Arrigo (1842–1918)

  • Nerone - Vocal score, full score (I do not know if this work is already out of copyright, the first edition was published by Ricordi in 1924)

Bölsche, Jakob (Jacob) (d.1684)

  • Organ Works

Bomtempo, João Domingos (1775–1842)

  • Piano Sonata, Op.5

Bond, Capel (1730–1790)

  • 6 Anthems in Score, 1769

Bonnal, Joseph-Ermend (1880–1944)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Paysages Euskariens for Organ
  • Trio à cordes
  • 1er Quatuor
  • 2eme Quatuor

Bonnet, Joseph (1884–1944)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Ave Maria Op.2
  • Agnus Dei Op.6 No.1
  • 2eme Ave Maria Op.6 No.2
  • Pie Jesu Op.8 No.2

Bononcini, Giovanni (1670–1747)

  • Six Solos for Two Violoncellos (London, 1748)

Bononcini, Giovanni Maria (1642–1678)

  • op.8 Das kontrapunktische Lehrwerk Musico prattico che brevemente dimostra il modo di giungere alla perfetta cognizione di tutte quelle cose, che concorrono alla composizione de i canti, e di ciò ch'all'arte del contrapunto si ricerca, (Bologna, 1673 deutsche Übersetzung Stuttgart, 1701)

Boom, Jan van (1807–1872)

  • Piano Quartet No.1?, Op.6
  • Piano Trio No.1, Op.14 (p.1847)

Bordet, Toussaint (1710–1775)

  • Tambourins
  • Tambourins Des Troqueurs

Borgstrøm, Hjalmar (1864–1925)

  • Romanze for violin and orchestra, Op.12 (pub.1901)

Borne, François (1840–1920)

Borodin, Aleksandr (1833–1887)

  • First movement of the String Trio
  • Sonata in b minor for Cello and Piano
  • Prince Igor, full score
Full score, no. 17 (Act II Finale) without vocal parts
Vocal score available at CPDL
  • String Quintet in f minor
  • Quartet in D major for Flute, Oboe, Viola and Cello

Bortkiewicz, Sergei (1877–1952)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Russische Tänze, Op.18
  • Cello Concerto, Op.20
  • Violin Concerto, Op.22
  • Violin Sonata, Op.26
  • Cello Sonata, Op.36
  • Piano Trio, Op.38
  • Suite for Cello solo, Op.41
  • 2 Klavierstucke, Op.49
  • Jugoslawische Suite "Adria", Op.58
  • Fantasiestücke, Op.61
  • 4 Pieces for Violin & Piano, Op.63
  • 3 Mazurkas, Op.64
  • Tom Swayer's Abenteuer, Op.68
  • Cinq Esquisses de femmes, Op.70
  • Piano Concerto No.2 (full score)
  • Piano Concerto No.3 (full score)

Bossi, Marco Enrico (1861–1925)

  • Feuillets d'Album, Op.111 for cello and Piano (pub.1897)
  • Der Blinde (Il Cieco), Lyrische Scene für Bariton, Chor und Orchester, Op.112 (performed in Rome in 1898, possibly published 1897? but fairly definitely in 1905)

Bossi, Renzo (1883–1965)

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.

  • Symphony in A minor (pub.1909)

Bottesini, Giovanni (1821–1889)

  • Concerto for Violoncello and double bass G major
  • Double Bass Concertos
  • Double Bass Duets
  • Gran Duo Concertante for Violin, Double Bass and Orchestra
  • Pieces for Double Bass and Piano
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Boulanger, Georges (1893–1958)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

see here

  • Tokai
  • Hora Maré
  • Legumes! Legumes! Legumes!
  • Hungarian Dance
  • Da Capo!
  • Gypsy Serenade
  • Vitamin Polka
  • Tango Torero
  • Allo! Budapest
  • Julika
  • Tango Marina
  • Hongrois
  • Sue la Mer Noire
  • Red Roses
  • Budapest at Night
  • La Polka Lunatique
  • Dream of the Puszta
  • Hungarian Sensibility

Boulanger, Lili (1898–1918)

Works first published after 1963 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.

  • Faust et Hélène, full orchestral score (1913)
  • Pie Jesu, for soprano, string quartet, harp, organ (1918), published by Durand 1924, non-PD US
  • Thème et variations, for piano (1914)
  • Psaume XXIV (Complete score)
  • Pour les funerailles d'un soldat
  • Psaume CXXIX (Complete score)
  • D'un soir triste
  • D’un matin de printemps (Complete score)
  • Psaume CXXIX (Complete score)

Boulnois, Joseph (1884–1918)

  • La Toussaint for Organ
  • Choral for Organ
  • Symphonie for Organ
  • Sonata for Piano and Orchestra
  • Violin Sonata

Bourges, Maurice (1812–1881)

  • String Quartet in F (pub. (posth.) 1881, Lissarrague)

Bousquet, Georges (1818–1854)

  • String Quartet in G (p.1852, Brandus)

Boutmy, Josse (1697–1779)

  • Petites suites de pièces de clavecin (Bruxelles, entre 1736 et 1738)
  • Premier livre (Paris, 1738)
  • Second livre (Paris, 1740-44)
  • Troisième livre (Bruxelles, vers 1749) dédié au gouverneur Charles de Lorraine.

Bowen, York (1884–1961)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Viola Concerto in C minor
  • Concerto for Horn, Strings and Timpani, op. 150
  • Andante for Viola and Piano
  • Fantasia in F Major for Viola and Organ
  • Fantasie for Four Violas
  • Melody for the G String for Violin (or Viola) and Piano, in Gb Major, Op.47
  • Melody for the C String of the Viola with Piano Accompaniment, in F Major, Op.51 No.2
  • Phantasy in F Major for Viola and Piano, Op.54
  • Piano Sonata No. 5 in f minor, Op. 72 (pub. 1923)
  • Romance for Viola and Organ
  • 2 Duets for Two Violas
  • 3 Duos for Violin and Viola
  • Piano works

Boyce, William (1711–1779)

  • Heart of Oak - non-original concert band score and parts
  • Ode for St Cecilia's day, manuscript or first edition
  • Shakespeare Incidental Music
  • Keyboard Works

Brahms, Johannes (1833–1897)

  • Piano Trios Nos.2 (Op.87) & 3 (Op.101) (arrangement for one piano four hands)
  • Clarinet Sonata Op.120, No.1 (arrangement for one piano four hands, by Klengel, publ. by Simrock)
  • Original version of Serenade No.1, Op.11, for nonet — lost?
  • Triumphlied Op.55 Orchestra Parts
  • Symphony No.2, Op.73 (1st clarinet part transposed to Bb)
  • WoO 36, 8 Deutsche Volkslieder, 1859–62 (für Frauenchor)--NOT PD US. First published 1938 and 1940
  • WoO 37, 16 Deutsche Volkslieder, 1859–62 (für Frauenchor)--NOT PD. First published 1964 and 1965
  • WoO 38, 20 Deutsche Volkslieder, 1859–62 (für Frauenchor)--NOT PD. First published 1970

Brambach, Carl Joseph (1833–1902)

  • Piano Quartet No.1 in E, Op.13 (pub.1868)

Brandl, Johann Evangelist (1760–1837)

  • 3 String Quartets, Op.25 (pub.1803)

Brandt, Fritz (1880–1949)

While works first published before 1964 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 no.1 in Am., Op.14 (Bisping, Münster); no.2
  • Piano Sonata in A, Op.3 (pub.1907)
  • Cello Sonata in C, Op.6 (pub.1920 by Bisping)

Brandt, Vassily (1869–1923)

Works first published after 1963 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.

  • Concertpiece No.1, Op.11 for trumpet and piano
  • Concertpiece No.2, Op.12 for trumpet and piano

Brandts Buys, Jan (1868–1933)

  • Piano Trio, Op.1 (p.1890)
  • Konzertstück, Op.3 (2pf or pf&orch) (p.1896)
  • Suite, Op.7 (p.1896)

Braunfels, Walter (1882–1954)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Ariels Gesäng, op.18 (p.1911)
  • Phantastische Erscheinungen eines Themas von Hector Berlioz, op.25
  • Serenade, op.20
  • 14 Präludien für Klavier, op. 33

Bree, Johannes Bernardus van (1801–1857)

  • Overture in E flat major (1839)
  • Concertoverture in b minor "Le Bandit"
  • Scene for horn and orchestra
  • Violin concerto
  • String Quartet No.1 in a minor

Breitenbach, Clemens (1864–1931)

  • Violin Sonata in A minor, Op.24 (p.ca.1919)

Brian, Havergal (1876–1972)

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.

Public Domain Works (USA only)
Six early orchestral works, published by Breitkopf & Härtel (B&H), London, 1914:

  • For valour, concert overture, op.7 (1904–06)
  • English suite no.1, op.12 (1906)
  • Fantastic Variations on an old Rhyme (1907–09/12)
  • Festal Dance, (1908–09)
  • In memoriam, symphonic poem (1910)
  • Doctor Merryheart, comedy overture no.1 (1911–12)

Other works:

  • The Tigers (1917–29) VS, Cranz, pub.1932 and registered for copyright but not renewed
  • Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?, op.5 (1903/04), B&H, 1905
  • Three Songs for Contralto or Baritone, op.6 (?1904/05), B&H, 1913
  • Psalm 137, By the waters of Babylon, op.11 (1905/09), VS, B&H, 1914
  • Stars of a summer night, op.1 (1905), Novello, 1908
  • The vision of Cleopatra, cantata, op.15 (1907), VS Bosworth, 1908/09
  • Various songs (solo voice, and partsongs) published by J. Curwen & Son, J.&W. Chester, Enoch, OUP and Augener before 1923

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • Orchestral: Symphonies 2–32 (1930–68); Violin concerto in C major (1934–35)
  • Operas: Turandot, prinzessin von China (1950–51); The Cenci (1951–52); Faust (1955–56); Agammemnon (1957)

Bréville, Pierre de (1861–1949)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

Tête de Kenwark, Scène lyrique for Cello and Orchestra

Nouvelles Ballades op. 165

Hymne à Venus, Vocal duo or chorus in 2 parts with viola, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, harp (c.1885); words by Auguste Villiers de l'Isle-Adam

Briccialdi, Giulio (1818–1881)

  • Allegro for 2 flutes
  • 8 Duos for flute

Bridge, Frank (1879–1941)

  • 3 Dances for Violin & Piano, H.4 (1900), Version for Cello & Piano
  • Scherzetto for Cello & Piano, H.19 (ca. 1902)
  • Tempo di Mazurka for Cello and Piano, H.32 (1903)
  • Morning Song for Cello & Piano, H133 (1918)
  • The Pneu world, for Cello and Piano, H.163 (1925)
  • Oration for Cello & Orchestra, H.180 (1930)
  • Sir Roger De Coverley, H. 155 (1922) (Orig. orchestral strings, also arr. string quartet)
  • Pensiero (H. 53) for Viola
  • Two Poems of Richard Jeffries for Orchestra, H. 118 (1915)
  • Songs, especially
    • Love Went A-Riding, H. 114
    • So Early In the Morning, O, H. 130 (1918)
  • Summer, H. 116 (1914-15)
  • Three Songs for voice, viola and piano (H76) (1907)
  • Lament for two violas, H.101 (1912)
  • Adagio ma non troppo for Organ, H.11 (ca. 1901)

Brissler, Friedrich (1818–1893)

  • Symphony
  • Piano pieces (e.g. mazurka (1878))

Britten, Benjamin (1913–1976)

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

  • The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra
  • Four Sea Interludes
  • Simple Symphony

Bronsart, Hans (1830–1913)

Broustet, Édouard (1836–1901)

  • Symphonie concertante, Op.38 - full score ; parts?
  • Piano Quintet
  • Piano Concerto (no.2?)
  • Sonata for violin or cello and piano, Op.52

Bruch, Max (1838–1920)

Bruckner, Anton (1824–1896)

  • Te Deum, WAB 45 (full score) [4/2010]
  • The 3 Masses, full scores: No.1; Nos.2 & 3, vocal scores only
  • String Quintet in F major
  • Stille Betrachtung an einem Herbstabend (1863), WAB 123, for solo piano (Quiet Contemplation on an Autumn Evening) I would like a good pianist in Canada to add fingerings, maybe record a performance.
  • Symphony No.0 in D minor (“Die Nullte”), WAB 100
  • Symphony No.9 in D minor, Finale fragments
  • Offertory in C for organ (besides Prélude in D minor, WAB 130 (Bruckner, Anton), a dozen or so organ works are collected in a Kalmus volume)
  • 2 Aequale for three trombones, WAB 114 and 149
  • Symphony No.4, R.Haas edition, full score
  • Symphony No.7, R.Haas edition, full score
  • Symphony No.8, R.Haas edition, full score
  • Fantasie in G major WAB 118, complete score of Part II. Current score is missing p. 22 of the original score.
  • Mass (‘Missa solemnis’) in B flat minor Composed 1854.

Brückner, Oscar (1857–1930)

  • Cello Concerto Op.59 (pub.1916/17)

Bruhns, Friedrich Nikolaus (1637–1718)

  • Full score/manuscript: Johannes-Passion (1702) formerly attributed to Reinhard Keiser
  • Full score/manuscript: Markus-Passion (1705) formerly attributed to Reinhard Keiser

Bruhns, Nicolaus (1665–1697)

Brüll, Ignaz (1846–1907)

Brumel, Antoine (fl.1483–1513)

  • RISM A/I B 4643, Missæ (Venice: Petrucci, 1503) Bologna

Brun, Fritz (1878–1959)

While works first published before 1964 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.3 in D m. (pub.1922)
  • Violin Sonata in D minor (pub.1920)

Bruna, Pablo (1611–1679)

With an anniversary year coming up, only the same handfull of his ~30 tientos are online at both

Brunckhorst, Arnold Melchior Matthias (1670–1725)

  • Any organ works

Brune, Adolf (1870–1935)

  • Piano concerto, Op.24 (c.1904)

Buck, Dudley (1839–1909)

  • Symphony in E-flat major (unpublished, has it survived in manuscript?)

Büttner, Paul (1870–1943)

  • Symphony No.1 in F (pub.1917)
  • Symphony No.2 in G (pub.1920?)
  • Symphony No.3 in D (pub.1920)

Buffardin, Pierre-Gabriel (1690–1768)

  • concerto à cinq en mi mineur

Bukinik, Mikhail (1872–1947)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • 4 Concert Etudes

Bulakhov, Petr (1822–1885)

  • Romans Ego uzh ni︠e︡t : ispolnennyĭ Tamberlikom (pub. Gutheil, 1861) (main publication?)

Bullerian, Hans (1885–1948)

While works first published before 1964 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 No.2 in B, Op.27 (pub.1922)
  • Violin Sonata in E minor, Op.29 (pub.1922, HMB 1923 p.4)
  • Cello Sonata in B minor, Op.18 (pub.1922, HMB 1923 p.4)

Bumcke, Gustav (1876–1963)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Wind-sextet, Op.19 (pub.1908)
  • Harmonielehre (pub.1921)

Bungert, August (1845–1915)

  • Mysterium (Warum? Woher? Wohin?), Op.60 (score at Dutch Royal Library)
  • Torquato Tasso, Op.14 (score at: Zurich, Free Lib. Philadelphia, SBB)

Busch, Adolf (1891–1952)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Variations on the Radetzky-Marsch by Strauss, Op.9 (pub.1917)
  • Concerto for Large Orchestra, Op.43 (Breitkopf u Härtel, 1931) (PD-CA-only)
  • Symphony in E minor, Op.39 (Breitkopf u Härtel, ©1928) (PD-CA-only but something>nothing :) )

Busch, William (1901–1945)

While works first published before 1964 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Cello Concerto (1940)

Busoni, Ferruccio (1866–1924)

Works first published after 1963 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.

  • Joh. Seb. Bach. Sechs Tonstücke. Klavier-Übertragung von Ferruccio Busoni. Neue durchgesehene Ausgabe (1902)
  • Die Brautwahl (full score and piano-vocal score)
  • Arlecchino, BV 270 (piano-vocal score of the opera)
  • Turandot (full score of the opera)
  • Doktor Faust (piano-vocal score)
  • Marcia funebre in C-moll op. 8
  • Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue (Bach) arranged for cello and piano
  • Bach-Busoni. Gesammelte Ausgabe. Bearbeitungen, Übertragungen, Studien und Kompositionen für Pianoforte nach Johann Sebastian Bach von Ferruccio Busoni. Vollständige und vervollkommnete Ausgabe (6 vols., 1916)
  • Bearbeitungen, Übertragungen, Studien und Kompositionen für Pianoforte nach Johann Sebastian Bach von Ferruccio Busoni. Vollständige und vervollkommnete Ausgabe (7 vols., 1920)
  • Six studies from the Clavier-Übung
  • Klavierübung in 5 Teilen
  • Klavierübung in zehn Büchern (second edition, 10 vols.)
  • Symphonische Suite (no.1), Op.25/BV 201 (1883, pub.1888)
  • Romanza e Scherzoso for Piano and Orchestra

Büsser, Henri (1872–1973)

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.

  • Minerve : ouverture de concert, Op.7 (pub.1905 by Lemoine in fs, 2pf, etc.)
  • Hercule au jardin des Hespérides, Op.18 (symphonic poem) (pub.1900 in reduction, 1901 full score by Lemoine)

Butler, Henry (1623–1652)

(First recorded as an emigré musician in King Philip's court in 1623, died 1652, also called Botelero)

  • Trio sonata in F major (RISM ID 806928816, recorded by the Newberry Consort in 1996)

Butterworth, George (1885–1916)

  • 2 English Idylls (full score, parts)

Butting, Max (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.

  • String Quartets Opp.8, 18 (A major, F minor) (pub. Wunderhorn-Verlag, 1919) (nos. 1, 3?)
  • Quartet no.2, Op.16 in A minor (pub.1920 or earlier)
  • Quartet 4 in C minor? (pub.1923 but poss. pub. "n.d.")

Buttstett, Johann Heinrich (1666–1727)

  • Any keyboard works

3 Chorale Preludes uploaded.

Buttykay, Ákos (1871–1935)

  • Symphony in C minor (performed 1900 February? in Budapest)

Buxtehude, Dietrich (1637–1707)

  • Klagelied BuxWV76b (version pour soprano ou mezzo, et orgue)
  • “Wacht, euch zum Streit gefasset macht” of “Das Jüngste Gericht” BuxWV Anh.3
  • “Membra Jesu Nostri”

Organ completists would like:

  • Praeludien, BuxWV 138, 147, 154, and 162
  • Canzonas and Canzonettas, BuxWV 167, 169, 170, 172, 173, and 225
  • Chorale preludes, BuxWV 214-216 (BuxWV 214 and 215 being separated), "Erhalt uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort (BuxWV Anh. 11) and "Chirst lag in Todesbanden" (BuxWV Anh 14)

Suites for harpsichord:

  • BuxWV 226 - 234, 237 - 244 (in modern sheet music, not tablature)

Variations for harpsichord:

  • BuxWV 245 - 250 (in modern sheet music, not tablature) (if possible. 250 particularly given its possible relation to Bach's Goldberg set? - Schissel, who would find any representation- a recording, arrangement, tablature, of BuxWV 250 to be acceptable, so long as it was copyright-ok goes-without-etc. ...)

The Burning of London

Byrd, William (ca.1540–1623)

  • Gradualia I (1605) Full (=completed?) Score, Original form (not transcriptions as is now in the Library)
  • Turbarum voces (= choruses of St. John Passion, part of Gradualia above) these are up as #10 of the three part pieces (confusingly labeled 2.1.1.1), albeit w/o text; see also cpdl
  • Psalmes, songs, and sonnets (1611) and Byrd facsimiles in general Richard Mix 12:09, 29 December 2011 (UTC)

Bytovetzski, Pavel (late 19th century–fl.1976?)

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

probably?

  • Double-stopping

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