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Saar, Louis Victor (1868–1937)

  • Suite, op.27 (for pf4h or orch.) (p.1899)
  • Piano Quartet op.39 (p1901?) - uploaded from Sibley 11 Mar 2012
  • Violin sonata, op.44 (p1904?)

Sachs, Hans (1494–1576)

The surviving output appeared in Das Singbuch des Adam Puschman (Leipzig 1909)

Sachs, Léo (1856–1930)

  • Cello sonata, Op.99 (pub.1912)
  • Viola Sonata, Op.176 (pub.1923)
  • String Quartet, Op.44 (pub.1904) (@BNF)
  • Piano Quintet, Op.77 (pub.1906)
  • Poème pour violon avec accompagnement de piano : op. 162 (pub.1916)
  • 2nd violin sonata? 2nd cello sonata? (implied? by Worldcat listings?)
  • Les burgraves : drame lyrique en 4 actes (after Hugo) (pub.1924)

Saint-Saëns, Camille (1835–1921)

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

  • Le Timbre d'Argent (Full Score)
  • Antigone (Full Score)
  • Frédégonde (Full Score)
  • The Promised Land (Full Score)
  • Psalm 136/137 Super flumina Babylonis (?1874)
  • Ode d'Horace (Horace [Quintus Horatius Flaccus]) 1905(?1905)
  • Deux choeurs (T. Saint-Félix) Op.71 1884(1884)
  • Hymne au travail (Jean Bonnerot) Op.142 1914 (?1914)
  • Trois choeurs Op.151 1917(1917)
  • Le printemps (?J. de la Fontaine) Op.165 1921(1921)
  • My Land (?T. Davis) 1871(1871)
  • Night song to Preciosa (I. Ginner) 1879(1879)
  • Amour viril (Georges Boyer) 1891(1891)
  • Vénus (Saint-Saëns) 1896(1896)
  • Les vendanges (Sicard) 1898(1898)
  • Lever du soleil sur le Nil (Saint-Saëns) 1898(1898)
  • Soeur Anne (André Pressat) 1903(1903)
  • L'étoile (Haïdar-Pacha) 1907(1907)
  • Les sapins (P. Martin) 1914(1914)
  • S'il est un charmant gazon (Hugo) 1915(1915)
  • Où nous avons aimé (Pierre Aguétant) 1918(1918)
  • Marche dédiée aux étudiants d'Alger Op.163 (1921)
  • Piano Concerto No.3 (Orchestral Parts)
  • Violin Concerto no. 2 in C major, Op. 58 - full score (piano reduction only is already on site)
  • Marche Interalliée Band score
  • Hail California

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

Salabert, Bert

  • Lilac's Serenade (Century Music Publishing, 1905)

Salas y Castro, Esteban (1725–1803)

  • 7 Masses
  • Passio Domine Nostri Jesu Christe
  • Requiem Mass
  • Officium Hebdomadae Sanctae (Oficio de Semana Santa, conjunto de 21 piezas)
  • Salve Regina in do minore

Salieri, Antonio (1750–1825)

  • 3 Trios for 2 Oboes & Bassoon (Score or Parts)
  • Concerto in C for Flute & Oboe
  • Axur re d'Ormus
  • Falstaff, ossia le tre burle
  • Die Hussiten vor Naumburg
  • Piano Concertos
  • Semiramide
  • L'Europa riconosciuta
  • Prima la musica poi le parole
  • La fiera di Venezia
  • Mass in D
  • Mass in B (flat?)
  • Davidde für Soli, vierstimmigen Chor und Orchester (1791) – Fragment
  • Gesù al limbo für Soli, vierstimmigen Chor und Orchester (1803)
  • La Passione di Nostro Signore Gesù Cristo für Soli, vierstimmigen Chor und Orchester (1776)
  • Le Jugement dernier für Tenor, vierstimmigen Chor und Orchester (1787/88) – siehe oben
  • Saul für Soli, vierstimmigen Chor und Orchester (1791) – Fragment
  • Messe d-Moll für Soli, vierstimmigen Chor und Orchester (1805)
  • Requiem d-Moll für vierstimmigen Chor und Orchester (ca. 1815-20) – Fragment
  • Requiem c-Moll für Soli, vierstimmigen Chor und Orchester (1804)- Full Score (not just vocal score)
  • Improperium c-Moll für vierstimmigen Chor a cappella
  • Spiritus meus d-Moll für vierstimmigen Chor und Orchester (1820)
  • Miserere nostri g-moll für vierstimmigen Chor und Orchester (1805)
  • Si ambulavero in medio g-moll für vierstimmigen Chor und Orchester (1809)
  • De profundis f-moll für zweistimmigen Chor, Bass und Orgel (1815)
  • De profundis g-moll für vierstimmigen Chor und Orchester (1815)
  • Dico ergo pro Festis Beatae Mariae Virginis, d-moll für vierstimmigen Chor, Streicher und Orgel
  • Et justitiam tuam pro Festo Epiphaniae, d-moll für vierstimmigen Chor, Streicher und Orgel
  • Other Introituses, Motets, and Sacred Arias and Songs in minor keys
  • Stabat Mater f-moll von Giovanni Battista Pergolesi: Bearbeitung für Soli, Chor und Orchester, Instrumentierung von Franz Xaver Süßmayr
  • Theoretical works

Salomon, Hector (1838–1906)

  • String Quartet, Op.38 (pub. Brandus 1881)

Salvatore, Giovanni (1620–1688)

  • Ricercari a Quattro Voci, Canzoni Francesi, Toccate, et Versi per rispondere nelle Messe con l'Organo al choro (Ottavio Beltrano, 1641)

Samuel, Adolphe (1824–1898)

  • Symphony no.6 in D minor op.44 (pub. Schott 1890, perf in Brussels 1891-1-18)
  • Mass in D minor op.53 (poss. not published until the 1930s, not sure)

Sandberger, Adolf (1864–1943)

  • Ludwig der Springer, opera, Op.12 (pub.1894)
  • Riccio, symphonischer Prolog ; für grosses Orchester, Op.16 (pub.1900)
  • String Quartet No.2 in E minor, Op.15
  • Viola, Op.17
  • Piano Trio, Op.20

Sandby, Herman (1881–1965)

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.

  • String Quartet in C, ©1921 (Hansen)
  • Cello Concerto (premiered 1916 Philadelphia Orchestra)
  • Havstemning for Orchestra (©1921) (Hansen, score plate 80134)
  • Danish Song (Pub.1911)

Santoliquido, Francesco (1883–1971)

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 No.1 in F (pub.1910s? premiered? 1921)

Sarasate, Pablo de (1844–1908)

  • Fantasy on Don Giovanni
Here's a website with Sarasate's complete works: http://www.chez.com/craton/musique/sarasate/sarasate.htm.

Satie, Erik (1866–1925)

  • Angora Ox
  • Cinq grimaces pour "Le songe d'une nuit d'été" (piano reduction by Milhaud)
  • Danse de Travers
  • Douze petits chorals
  • The dreamy fish
  • Embarquement pour Cythère (violin and piano)
  • Gnossiennes Nos. 6 & 7
  • Mercure (orchestral score)
  • Musique d'ameublement
  • Ogives
  • Petite ouverture à danser

Satter, Gustav (1832–1879)

  • Sextet for bassoon and strings, op.109 (1869, Forberg)
  • 9? piano sonatas (w/oO, 1852–Op.157, 1869)

Sauer, Emil von (1862–1942)

  • Suite moderne (for piano)

Sauret, Émile (1852–1920)

  • Violin Concerto in D minor, Op.26 (pub.1884/85, B&H in reduction)

Savenau, Karl Maria von (1837–1916)

  • String Quartet in E, Op.20 (pub.Cranz, 1886)
  • Concertstück for large orchestra, Op.15 (pub. (in full score) by Cranz, 1879. Manuscript and published full score @ Coburg)
  • 6 Phantasiestücke, Op.10
  • Edition of Orlando di Lasso's Trinklied (©1905)

Sayve, Auguste de (1791–1854)

  • String Quintet No.3 in A minor, Op.18 (pub.1836)
  • String Quintet No.4, Op.21 (pub.by Beauvais & Diabelli, 1836)
  • String Quartets (Pazdirek mentions 3 - Op.13 set? - published by Costallat - published by Richault possibly in the 1810s, according to Worldcat)
  • Symphony in C minor, Op.16 (pub.1831, Schlesinger)
  • Violin/piano duos, Op.2 & 6
  • Cello/piano duo, Op.10
  • Piano Trio No.2, Op.12 (pub.by Zetter)
  • String Quintet No.1, Op.14 (pub.by Schlesinger)
  • String Quintet No.2, Op.17 (Richault)

Scarlatti, Alessandro (1660–1725)

  • Masses
  • Oratorios
  • Latin Passion Oratorio
  • Passio Domini nostri Iesu Christi secundum Ioannem (St. John Passion)
  • Il Mitridate Eupatore tragedia in musica 5 acts Girolamo Roberti Frigimelica 5 January 1707 Venice, Teatro San Giovanni Grisostomo
  • Il trionfo della libertà tragedia in musica 5 acts Girolamo Roberti Frigimelica 11 February 1707 Venice, Teatro San Giovanni Grisostomo
  • Sedecia, Re Di Gerusalemme (c1706, manuscript or first edition)
  • La Griselda opera in musica. (January 1701) [1] (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin)
  • Stabat mater
  • Toccate per cembalo
  • Toccata in re minore
  • 10 partite sopra basso obbligato (1716)
  • Primo e secondo libro di toccate (sol maggiore, la minore, sol maggiore, la minore, sol maggiore, re minore, re minore, la minore, sol maggiore, fa maggiore) (Conservatorio di Napoli?)
  • 2 sinfonie per cembalo (16 giugno 1699)
  • Toccata per studio di cembalo
  • Toccata d'intavolatura per cembalo ò pure per organo d'ottava stesa
  • Toccata in mi minore
  • 3 toccate, ognuna seguita da fuga e minuetto (1716)
  • Variazioni sopra "La follia" (1715) -Video/Audio YouTube-Giannalisa Arena, cembalo
  • 6 Concerti per clavicembalo e archi
  • 12 sinfonie di concerto grosso (1715) [2] (British Museum)
  • 6 concerti in sette parti per due violini e violoncello obbligato, con in più due violini, un tenore e basso continuo (fa minore, do minore, fa maggiore, sol minore, re minore, mi maggiore; 1724)
  • Regole per principianti (1715 ca.)
  • Discorso sopra un caso particolare di arte (aprile 1717)
  • Canoni: Tenta la fuga ma la tenta invano; Voi sola; Commincio solo; 2 canoni a 2
  • 15 fuge a 2
  • Studio a quattro sulla nota fermia
  • Varie partite obbligate al basso
  • Toccate per cembalo
  • Varie introduttioni per sonare e mettersi in tono delle compositioni (1715 ca.)
  • Complete Keyboard Works
  • Higgs manuscript (Napoli 1723) [3] (Yale University Library)
  • Sonate per cembalo (17--) [4] (Yale University Library)

Scarlatti, Domenico (1685–1757)

Will be here shortly.
  • K. 204a - F minor - Allegro
  • K. 204b - F minor - Allegro - Allegro - Allegrissimo
  • K. 452 - A major - Andante Allegro
  • K. 453 - A major - Andante
  • K. 201-555

I have found both of these (K.247 is acually in C# minor) on nlib.org.ua but they're both re-typeset so are they ok to upload here? There is no copyright info anywhere on the website, so i would guess yes, but best to check. Also is it worth picking individual sonatas out of the 450 avalible there and other 100ish not avalible there, or should we make an effort to get the lot of them here (assuming it's legal). They have a cap of 5 pdf files per day, but i can partially get round this by a variety of methods, so should hopefully be able to get 20-30 per day. The whole collection would theoretically take less than a month.--Matthew 17:28, 11 January 2007 (EST)

I've seen the website you're talking about, but the sonatas available there are from another catalogue, Longo.Sofia81 12:46, 12 January 2007 (EST)
Tis the same sonatas, just ordered differently, the Kirkpatrick (K,Kp or Kk) catalogue appears to catalogue all of the sonatas, the Longo (L) catalogue almost all of them, but in a completely different order, both of those are commonly used and often both numbers are given. What about my other questions: are these fair game to upload here, and if they are should we get the lot of them? --Matthew 17:04, 12 January 2007 (EST)
Well Matthew, I have to say that I don't understand much about copyright and wiki projects. But I know two other sites that have many sonatas in the Longo catalogue, they are: sheetmusicarchive.net and midiworld.com/scarlatti. Those are legal, I'm sure. Take a look! You can take information with someone who understands better this subject.
I didn't know the pieces were the same, but of course, what and idiot am I! Then, the one I search for is not n.247 in Longo. I think it belongs only to Kirkpatrik. :( Sofia81 19:41, 13 January 2007 (EST)
Correcting, better this link: sankey.ws/scarlatti/index.html Sofia81 20:09, 13 January 2007 (EST)

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I know about sheetmusic archive and the sankey site, they both have K1-K175, a fairly impressive selection, but less than a third of the total number of sonatas, those ones are acually avalible on this website already, here they are. That unfortunately doesn't contain the one you're looking for (K247) that will be avalible here relatively soon i hope, but if you can't wait then it's L256 on nlib.org.ua and it's acually in C# minor, not C minor. The numbering of music is almost always confusing unless you know what you're doing.--Matthew 06:10, 14 January 2007 (EST)

I found it! Yes, it's 256L, thanks. I haven't seen that link showing all catalogues. Thanks anyway!
I'm new here, I have to learn first something. But I think we can take Scarlatti from that site, at least the sonatas that are missing here. Scarlatti is already in public domain, so... Sofia81 12:08, 14 January 2007 (EST)
I think you can better use this link for all 450 L-numbers and 45 S-numbers sonatas http://www.piano.ru/scarlatti.html.
--Abelard. I think the typeset is also better.
I wasn't aware of that site, And though it looks quite good, i think i'll persevere with getting them from nlib.org.ua for several reasons, the file i got from there was about twice the size of the equivilent one from nlib, and it took about a minute to download, compared to less than 10s from nlib. I think the music looks better from nlib, the lines are clearer and it looks tidy, and while nlib does impose a download limit, i can partially, and hopefully soon entirely, avoid that and it should not take too long to get the whole collection, i will however get L451-500 and The L.S ones from there which will give me all but 4 of the sonatas: K. 204a, 204b, 452 and 453. If anyone has these they would be much appreciated.--Matthew 15:18, 15 January 2007 (EST)
  • Would [5] be useful? FWC.
No, uploads from WIMA are not generally permitted here without the explicit permission of the typesetter. PML
  • Other public domain vocal and non-keyboard/chamber works (so written originally, I mean) besides (well, including, but already requested..) his Stabat Mater: Te Deum laudamus a 8 (manuscript, 18th century, pub.by 1954) ; Canzonetta (?) (pub. 1881).
  • Any of the K deest sonatas, either typeset or MS.

Schäfer, Dirk (1873–1931)

  • String Quartet, Op.14 (p.1921)
  • Cello Sonata in C, Op.13 (by 1909, p.Noske 1916)
  • Violin Sonata No.2 in F (pub.1904)

Schaffner, Nicolaus Albert (1790–1860)

(1790 approx.)

  • String Quintets with Bass e.g. No.10, Op.60 (pub.by 1838)
    • No.15 in F (pub.by1842 by Richault)
    • Quintetto "in toni minori" Op.33 "Lettre L" (pub.by 1836)

Schaper, Gustav Adolf (1845–1906)

  • Romanze No.2 for cello & orchestra, Op.5 (pub.1884, Raabe & Plothow)

Scharf, Moritz (1838–1908)

  • Fantasy for Orchestra, Op.40 (p.1898)
  • String Quartet, Op.60 (p.ca.1899)

Scharrer, August (1866–1936)

  • Symphony in Dm., Op.23 Per aspera ad astra (p.1913)

Scharwenka, Philipp (1847–1917)

  • Piano Quintet in B Minor, Op. 118
  • Symphonia Brevis in E major
  • Trio Op.100 in C minor, Op.100 (ca.1898)

Scharwenka, Xaver (1850–1924)

  • Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Op.56 Two Piano Reduction’’’

Scheidemann, Heinrich (ca.1595–1663)

  • Organ works

Scheidt, Samuel (1587–1654)

Scheinpflug, Paul (1875–1937)

  • Ouverture zu einem Lustspiel von Shakespeare, (mit Benutzung einer altenglischen Melodie aus dem 16. Jahrhundert) für grosses Orchester, Op.15 (pub.1908/early 1909, Heinrichshofens Verlag)
  • Das Hofkonzert : heitere Oper in drei Akten, Op.24 (pub.1922 by O. Wrede, Regina-Verlag)

Scheunemann, Max (1881–1965)

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.

Wikipedia (German)

  • Violin Sonata No.3 in A, Op.24 (©1922? - HMBref 1923 page 64.) (PD-US-only) (sonatas 1 and 2 are op.9 - pub.1923 ? ).
  • Klavierquartett, E dur : nach Gedichten von Cäsar Flaischlen, Op.23 (©1922.)

Scheve, Edward Benjamin (1865–1924)

Wikipedia

  • The Death And Resurection Of Christ
  • any anthems or songs

Schildt, Melchior (1592 or 1593–1667)

  • Organ Works

Schimon, Adolf (1820–1887)

  • Violin Sonata (pub.Hartmann, 1868)

Schjelderup, Gerhard Rosenkrone (1859–1933)

  • Weinacht-suite : Aus einem Weinachtspiel (1896) (B&H)
  • Brand (symphonic drama) (pub.1914) (recently recorded with symphony no.2)
  • Sommernacht auf dem Fjord, symphonic poem for orchestra (pub.1904, Bote&Bock)
  • Sonnenaufgang über Himalaja (aus „Opferfeuer", Legendenstück von K. Gjellerup) (pub.1909, Leuckart)
  • Frühlingsreigen, suite for middle-sized orchestra (pub.1934)
  • Norwegische Hochzeit (pub. Tischer&Jagenburg, 1900. Music drama in 2 acts.)
  • Symphony no.2 (1924) (MS) (listed at http://mic.bibits.no/ ) (recorded with the symphonic poem "Brand" on the label cpo, released in early 2010)
  • String quartet in F minor (1931) (MS) (also mic.bibits.no )
  • "Kleine norwegische Suite" (pub. Tischer&Jagenburg, 1930)

Schjelderup, Mon (1870–1934)

  • Violin Sonata in B minor, Op.12 (pub.by La Lyre Musical/Coutarel, ca.1896)
  • Serenade for violin and piano, Op.55 (pub.by Oluf By, ca.1906)

Schlegel, Leander (1844–1913)

  • String Quartet in G major, Op.17 (pub. 1905 by C.F.W. Siegel)
  • String Quartet No.2 in F/D, Op.35 (pub.?)

Schlick, Johann Conrad (1759–1825)

(Husband of Regina Strinasacchi for whom Mozart composed the Sonata in B flat for Violin and Keyboard "Strinasacchi" K.454.)

  • Cello Concerto

Schmidt, Franz (1874–1939)

  • Notre Dame Opera
  • Carnival music and Intermezzo from the Opera Notre Dame
  • Symphonies:
    • Symphony Nr.2 Es major (score)
    • Symphony Nr.3 A major
    • Symphony Nr.4 C major
  • Chaconne for Orchestra

Schmitt, Aloys (1788–1866)

  • Preparatory Exercises, Op. 16
  • String Sextet in D minor (Henkel I.4) (see RISM 455008637)
  • 3 String Quartets, Op.70 (pub.1829) (BSB has this)
  • Quartets 4-7, Opp.80&81 (ca.1838?)
  • Piano Concerto (No.?) Op.60 comp. zur Gedächtnißfeyer d. Regierungs-Jubiläum(!) Seiner Majestät d. Königs von Bayern am 16. Februar 1824 (BSB has this)
  • Piano Concerto No.6 Op.76 (pub.1834 acc.HMB) (BSB has this also)

Schmitt, Florent (1870–1958)

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.

  • O Salutaris, Op.1
  • 2 Chansons, Op.2 (I. Nature morte, II. Chanson) (no.2bis, Ritournelle)
  • Chant du Soir, Op.7 (violin part)
  • Les Barques, Op.8 (orchestral score)
  • Soir sur le lac, Op.9 (voice and piano)
  • Prélude pour orgue, Op.11
  • 2 Pièces (piano), Op.12 (I. En yacht le soir, II. Sérénade burlesque)
  • 3 Morceaux (piano), Op.13 (I. Sarabande (Pavane), II. Bourrée (Chevauchee du matin), III. Scottisch)
  • Demande, Op.20 (voice and piano/orchestra)
  • 3 Chansons, Op.21 (II. Femme et chatte, III. Si mon cœur avait des ailes)
  • Feuillets de voyage, Op.26 (Book I. Compliments (orch. score), Book II. Valse (orch. score))
  • 3 Choeurs a cappella, Op.40 (I. Sous bois, III. Vocalise)
  • 2 Chansons, Op.55 (II. O triste, triste était mon âme)
  • La tête de Kenwarc'h, Op.114 (male voices a capella)
  • 6 Choeurs, Op.81 (female voices and orchestra/piano)

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • 5 chœurs en vingt minutes, Op.117 (poetry protected)
  • 3 Poèmes de Ganzo, Op.118 (poetry protected)
  • De vives voix, Op.131 (poetry protected)
  • Prelude pour une suite à venir (pub. 1974)

Schoenberg, Arnold (1874–1951)

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.

  • Gurre-Lieder (vocal score; and if possible, the 1912 manuscript facsimile (Erstdruck. Faksimile der Partiturreinschrift (Studienpartitur), U.E. 3697)

These works below under copyright in Canada and E.U.:

  • Erwartung, Op.17 (libretto by Marie Pappenheim (d. 1966))

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • Verklärte Nacht, Op.4 (piano reduction by Edward Steuermann (d.1964))
  • Piano Concerto, Op.42 (2 piano reduction by Edward Steuermann (d.1964))
  • Die Jakobsleiter (1922) (pub. 1974; piano reduction by Winfried Zillig [1905-1963])

Schoene, Adolf Waldemar (1877–1917)

(fl.(ca.)1917??, not a death date. Also "Schöne".)

  • Suite in E major for strings, Op.41 (p.1908 Ries&Erler)
  • Scherzo for orchestra, Op.37, repub. in new piano reduction (by composer??) 1917
  • Piano Sonata in C minor, Op.42 (pub.1906)

Scholtz, Herrmann (1845–1918)

  • Piano Sonata in G minor, Op.44 (pub1875)
  • Piano Trio in F minor, Op.51 (pub.1877)

Scholz, Bernhard (1835–1916)

  • Piano Concerto, Op.57 (in B?) (p.1883)
  • Piano Quintet in C, Op.25 (p.1869)
  • Piano Trio in E minor, Op.26 (p.1869)
  • String Quartet No.2 in A, Op.48 (p.1879)
  • Violin Sonata, Op.55 (p.1882)

Schotte, Armin (fl.1860–fl.1910)

(organist and composer; several brief piano works of his are at LoC (can't upload them right now at this computer, plan to do so in a few days though. possibly Arnim rather than Armin but most sources including contemporary had Armin).

  • G major piano quintet, Op.1 (mentioned in Ziehn’s Harmonie- und modulationslehre, p.43 of 1887 edition and in an 1877? issue of Dwight's Journal of Music (performance, I think, the latter.))

Schrattenholz, Leo (1872–1955)

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.

  • Violin concerto in C minor (pub.1918)

Schröder, Carl (1848–1935)

  • Trio, Op.80 (André, 1896)

Schubert, Camille (1810–1889)

  • Paris s'endort, Quadrille

Schubert, Franz (1797–1828)

  • Polonaise in B major for Violin and Orchestra D.580
  • There are some Schubert manuscripts at the Juilliard music library at http://www.juilliardmanuscriptcollection.org/ - Use Dezoomify to acquire them.
  • Meeres Stille, D 215a. The first version of D.216.
  • Sonata for Violin and Piano in A major D.574
  • A piano-vocal score for the German Stabat Mater, D.383 (Schubert, Franz)
  • Deutsche Trauermesse for four voices with organ D.621 Full Score/Parts
  • Drei Klavierstücke D.946 - version in which piece No.1 in E minor contains the 2nd trio which was deleted by the composer and not included in the Gesamtausgabe (e.g. the first edition, ed. Brahms, Rieter-Biedermann 1868)
  • The second and thidr movements of the D.506 sonata
  • Original version of D.505 (D-flat major)

Schuberth, Carl (1811–1863)

  • String Quintet No.1, Op.15

Schulhoff, Erwin (1894–1942)

  • Parts for 5 Stücke für Streichquartett

Schulthess, Walter (1894–1971)

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.

  • Serenade Op.6 in E for string trio (pub. by 1921)
  • Violin Concertino Op.7 (reduction published 1921)
  • Violin Sonata Op.8 in G (pub. 1921)

Schulz, Friedrich August (1810–1893)

  • Scales And Chords ("Tonleitern und Accorde für das Pianoforte") (pub.ca.1883) (by "F.A. Schulz")

Schumann, Clara (1819–1896)

  • Piano Concerto in A minor, Op.7 (1833-1835) (apparently published 19th century, not sure of date - BSB listing suggests plate no.2169 pub. 1836? quite possible.)
  • 3 Romances for piano, Op.11 (1838-1839) (published in 1977. published before 1977?)
  • 3 Romances (violin and piano), op.22 (pub.1856)

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • Piano Sonata G minor (1842) (first published 1991) (possible exception: manuscript scan.)

Schumann, Georg (1866–1952)

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.

  • Violin Sonata No.2 Op.55 in D minor (p.1912)
  • Piano Quintet No.2 Op.49 (p.1909)
  • Piano Trio No.2 Op.62 in F (ca1914)
  • B minor symphony (composed ca.1887. published?)
  • Variationen und Doppelfuge über ein lustiges Thema, Op.30 (for orch., perf. 1901-2 in London, pub. Hofmeister, 1902)

Schumann, Robert (1810–1856)

  • Piano Quartet WoO32 in c minor (Piano score) -- when was this published? Redlich's edition in 1961, was this available earlier though?
  • Symphony WoO29 in g minor "Zwickauer Symphony", Piano Solo Arrangement
  • Symphony WoO29 in g minor "Zwickauer-Sinfonie", Full Score (pub. ca. 1972. apparently.) Manuscript acceptable--BachFan 19:20, 19 April 2013 (EDT).
  • Genoveva, Ouverture, arranged for Piano 4 hands.
  • Symphony Nr. 4 d-Moll Op. 120 (early 1841 version, apparently published by Brahms in 1891) full score (Sibley has, submitted scan request) (now uploaded.)
  • Violin Sonata No.3 in A minor (1853) = WoO 2
  • Violin Concerto in D minor WoO 23 Full Score/Manuscript.

Schuppan, Adolf (1863–1931)

  • String Quartet in F, Op.5 (pub.1890)

Schütz, Heinrich (1585–1672)

  • Sacred Choral Works:
    • Musikalische Exequien
    • Symphoniae Sacrae: Ich danke dir, Herr, von ganzem Herzen, SWV347
    • Die sieben Wortte unsers lieben Erlösers und Seeligmachers Jesu Christi SWV 478 Full Score
    • Zwölf Geistliche Gesänge (Erstdruck von 1657)

Schwalm, Robert (1845–1912)

  • Serenade for Strings, Op.50 (pub.1883)
  • Concertstück for Violin and Orchestra, Op.51 (pub.1884)

Scontrino, Antonio (1850–1922)

  • Violin sonata (composed 1920)
  • Sinfonia romantica (1911, premiered 1914)
  • Bassoon concerto
  • Cello concerto
  • Operas: Matelda (prem.1879); Il Progettista (prem.1882); Il sortilegio (prem.1882); Gringoire (1874-1890) ; Cortigiana (prem.1896)

Scriabin, Aleksandr (1872–1915)

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

  • Piano transcription (solo, 4 hands or 2 pianos) of Symphony No.1
  • Piano transcription (solo, 4 hands or 2 pianos) of Symphony No.2
  • Solo piano transcription of Symphony No. 3
  • Two-piano transcription of Symphony No. 3 (Lev Konyus)

Sebastiani, Johann (1622–1683)

  • Matthäus Passion

Šebor, Karel Richard (1843–1903)

(see Wikipedia)

  • String Quartet, Op.42 (pub.1886)
  • Piano Quintet, Op.46 (pub.1886)

Seemann, Arthur (1861–1925)

  • Andante w.Var. and Scherzo for Quartet (p.1920)

Seiber, Mátyás (1905–1960)

  • String Quartet No.2 (pub.1935, pd.CA, EU)
  • Cello/piano fantasy (pub.1944, ")
  • 2 Songs from Faust (pub.1951)
  • Missa brevis (pub.1951)
  • Cantata secularis (pub.1953)
  • Clarinet Concertino (pub.1953)
  • String Quartet No.3 "Lirico" (pub.1953)

Seixas, Carlos (1704–1742)

  • Harpsichord Sonatas We have a collection of Sonatas but is it complete?
  • Harpsichord Concerto
  • Sinfonia in B major

Séjan, Nicolas (1745–1819)

  • Noël suisse, for organ
  • Organ Works

Selle, Thomas (1599–1663)

  • Passio in dialogo secundum Matthaeum, 10vv, bc, 1642
  • Passio secundum Johannem, sine intermediis, 6, 5vv, bc, after 1643
  • Die Aufferstehung Christi nach den 4 Evangelisten, 8, l4vv, bc

Senfl, Ludwig (ca.1486–1542)

  • Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Bayern, 3. Jahrgang, II. Band: Ludwig Senfls Werke, Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1903.

Senfter, Johanna (1879–1961)

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.

  • Cello Sonata, Op.10 (pub.1913)
  • Violin Sonata in D minor (pub.ca.1920?)

(Many works seem to have been first published 1980 or later- not positive, might be mistaken; I hope I am. Curious about her symphonies and concertos, for instance... - Schissel.)

Sérieyx, Auguste (1865–1949)

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.

  • 3 Petites pièces (violin and viola), Op.14 (ca.1921)

Servais, Adrien-François (1807–1866)

Abbreviations:
P = cello & piano
Q = cello & quartet
O = cello & symphonic orchestra
H = cello & harp
C = two cellos

Published compositions
Compositions with opus number (with year of first publication by B. Schott’s Söhne - Mainz)
  • 1- 1838 - PH- Fantaisie sur un thème favori
  • 7- 1849 - PO- Andante cantabile et Rondo à la Mazurka sur un Air de Balfe
  • 8- 1848 - PQO- Fantaisie Caracteristique sur deux célèbres Romances de Lafont
  • 10- 1849 - PQO- Souvenir de la Suisse. Caprice
  • 13- 1853 - PQ- Fantaisie sur 2 Airs russes
  • 17- 1859 - PO- O cara memoria: Fantaisie et Variations
  • 19- 1860 - PO- Grande Fantaisie polonaise sur des Airs du ballet ‘La Noce de Cracovie’
  • 21- 1863 - P- Souvenir de Czernowitz. Morceau de Salon sur des Airs Roumains
  • Souvenir de Bade - Grande Fantaisie, Op.20-(Piano part)
  • Concerto in A minor, Op. Posth. (Cello and Piano Reduction, pub.1887)

Setaccioli, Giacomo (1868–1925)

  • String Quartet in G minor, Op.18 (pub.1912)

Ševčík, Otakar (1852–1934)

Shelley, Harry Rowe (1858–1947)

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.

(note RosT in this case poss. sometimes though?)

  • Overture "Santa Claus" for orchestra, a lyrical intermezzo (pub.1900 by Ed. Schuberth)

Shostakovich, Dmitry (1906–1975)

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


The earliest that scores by Shostakovich can be hosted by IMSLP (Canada) is 2026.
Please do not bother adding any items to this wishlist until 2024 at the earliest; they will simply be deleted without comment.

Sibelius, Jean (1865–1957)

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.


  • Op.14, Rakastava [The Lover], for string orchestra (1912) is based on a chorus TTBB of the same title, surely PD-US?
  • Suite for Violin and String Orchestra Op.117
  • String Trio in C (1888)("Lovisa trio")
  • Suite in A major for string trio (1889)
  • String Quartet in B-flat major
  • Theme and Variations for cello solo (1887)
  • Kullervo (pub. 1961)
  • Masonic Ritual Music (rev. ed. 1950; ed. Marshall Kernochan (1919-2007))
  • Kurkikohtaus (Scene with cranes), Op.44 No.2 (pub. 1973)
  • Cassezione, Op.6
  • Skogsrået, Op.15 (Complete Works ed.)
  • Academic March
  • Jordens sång (Song of the Earth), Op.93
  • Kavaljeren (The Cavalier)
  • Spagnuolo
  • Till trånaden (To longing)
  • 5 Esquisses, Op.114 (pub. 1973)
  • Violin Concerto opus 47 original 1903-1904 version
  • Lemminkäinen's Return, Op. 22, No. 4 - Timpani part (currently missing from IMSLP page)

Sick, Theodor Bernhard (1827–1893)

  • Piano Trio, Op.1 (at Netherlands Nat. Lib.) (6 more piano trios at DKB)
  • Piano Quintet with optional choir, Op.2 (various libraries)
  • Any of his 21-odd string quartets (in ms at DKB, but as yet unscanned?)
  • Likewise, 3 quintets, dozen? cello sonatas etc., 10 violin sonatas, ...

Sieveking, Martinus (1867–1950)

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.

  • Valse Lente (from the orchestral suite Op.10? (much arranged?))
  • Bach Ciaconna from Partita in D minor, arr. Sieveking ("Sieve King") for violin and strings (pub. Stahl)

Sigtenhorst Meyer, Bernhard van den (1888–1953)

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.

  • Piano Sonata No.1, Op.18 (pub.ca.1922?)
  • String Quartet No.0, 1911 (ms)
  • 3 hymnen, op. 28 : voor viool en piano (composed 1917, pub.1920)

Silas, Edouard (1827–1909)

  • Organ Works
  • Nonet in F minor (premiered ca.1859 Feb.)
  • Gavotte for band (manuscript in Rome)
  • Concert-Andante for piano and orchestra (premiered ca.1859 Feb.)

Simia, G.R. (1844–1924)

  • Piano Quintet (ca.1912) (possibly not the 1897 prize composition published by E. Baudoux)
  • Violin Sonata (M. Senart, ca.1920)
  • Andante for Violin and Orchestra (M. Senart, ca.1920)
  • Scherzo for Violin (or flute) and Piano (M. Senart, ca.1918)
  • Symphonic Scherzo (pub.1908)

Simon, Anton (1850–1916)

  • Prelude and fugue for piano, Op.11
  • Piano Trio no.2, Op.25 (Jurgenson, 1891?, plate 16253)
  • La Revue de nuit. Poëme symphonique, Op.36 (1890?, Jurgenson)

Simon, James (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.

(until 2015) (Concentration camp victim. Wikipedia article)

  • Cello sonata in D, Op.9 (pub.ca.1913, was performed in 2013)
  • Piano Trio in A (premiered ca.1930, possibly lost, see Wikipedia)
  • Violin Sonata (premiered ca.1930, possibly lost, see Wikipedia) (trio, vn sonata NZM 1930, p.870)

Sinding, Christian (1856–1941)

  • Symphonies (No. 2 full score now available)
  • Violin Concertos (No. 1 full score available) (No. 2 reduction for violin/piano and full score now available)
  • "Berceuse" from 3 Elegische stücke, Op. 106
  • Drei Stucke fur klavier op.125
  • Drei Stucke fur klavier op.127

Singer, Otto (1833–1894)

  • Piano Concerto, Op.8 [Full Orchestral Score]

Sinigaglia, Leone (1868–1944)

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.

  • Drei romantische Stücke für Violine mit Clavierbegleitung (Three Romantic pieces for violin with piano accompaniment), Op.13
  • Opp. 33, 41 in the possession of U. Rochester library, not yet scanned to my knowledge as of December 2010.)
  • Adagio tragico, Op.21
  • Serenade for String Trio in D major, Op.33 (pub. by Breitkopf ca. 1908)
  • Cello Sonata, Op.41 (composed 1923, pub. Breitkopf ca.1925, PD-CA only until 2015, then PD-EU I think)

Sitt, Hans (1850–1922)

  • Aus der Jugendzeit, Op.26 violin and piano (1887, 1894)
  • Drei kleine Stücke Op.45 Cello and piano (1891)
  • Sechs Stücke Op.47 violin and piano (1892)
  • Trio-Album. (1893)
  • Berceuse in G Op.56 violin and piano (1894)
  • Drei Fantasien Op.66 violin and piano (1897)
  • Kleine Vortragsstücke for 2 Violins Op.73 (1900)
  • Namenlose Blätter. No. 3 and 6 Op.10 for Viola (arr. Hermann) 1900.

Sivori, Camillo (1815–1894)

  • "Andante religioso" for violin and organ

Škroup, František (1801–1862)

  • String Quartet No.2, op.25
  • Clar.Trio in E major, op.27
  • Fl. Trio in F, op.28 (pub.1847)
  • String Quartet No.3, Op.29
  • Flute Trio, Op.30

Sluníčko, Jan (1852–1923)

  • Violin Concerto in D minor, Op.15 (ca.1898, Hofmeister. Full score or piano red. fine...)
  • Violin Sonata in C minor, Op.51 (Hofmeister, 1904)
  • Violin sonata (No.?) in G, Op.57 (pub. J. Rieter-Biedermann, 1906)
  • Violin sonata op.60, A (major? minor?) (Hofmeister) (pub.1906)
  • Violin Sonata Op.67 in E major (Hofmeister, ca.1908)
  • Suite in 4 mvts. for strings (contrabass ad lib., Op.71 (pub. Bohm, 1909) (op.71a: suite for piano and 2 violins)
  • Violin Sonata No.5, Op.86 (pub. Anton Bohm, 1913)

Smart, Henry Thomas (1813–1879)

  • Air with Variations and Finale
  • Three Andantes
  • Choral with Variations in E flat
  • Postlude in D major
  • Postlude in D minor

Smetana, Bedřich (1824–1884)

  • Trio for Piano, violin and cello
  • Triumfální symfonie (Festive Symphony / Triumph-Symphonie) in E major, Op.6 (1853–1854, rev. 1881)
  • Der Fischer, B. 138 for harp, harmonium, strings, 1869, ed. 1923 study score

Sokolovsky, Nikolay (1865–1921)

  • 24 Easy pieces, Op.3 (pub.1902)

Sołtys, Mieczysław (1863–1929)

(Wikipedia (Polish)) ; also Солтис Мечислав

  • Andante varié for string trio (pub.1888)
  • Opowieść kresowa, opera in 1 act, Op.22 - intermezzo at least (pub.ca.1920)
  • Symphonies if available?
  • Eine ukrainische Erzählung (Lyric scenes in 3 acts, premiered March 1910, Lemberg (published??))

Sor, Fernando (1778-1839)

Ballet

  • La foire d'Esmirne
  • El señor generoso
  • Cendrillon
  • L'aimant peintre
  • Hercule et Omphale
  • Le sicilien
  • Hassan et le calife

Choral

  • Mass (Requiem?)

Sorabji, Kaikhosru Shapurji (1892-1988)

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.

Five works published before 1923 (eligible for US server):

  • Trois Poémes pour chant et piano (pub. 1921, London and Continental Music Publishing) (in Hathi Trust)
  • Fantaisie Espagnole (pub. 1922, London and Continental Music Publishing)
  • Piano Sonata no. 1 (pub. 1921, London and Continental Music Publishing)
  • Two Piano Pieces (In the Hothouse; Toccata) (pub. 1921, London and Continental Music Publishing)

Sörgel, F.W. (1810–1840)

dates approximate but ca.s not included to trim line.

  • Quartet for 4 Violins, Op.34 (pub.1833)
  • Quartet for 2 Violins and 2 Violas, Op.35 (pub.1839)

Sousa, John Philip (1854–1932)

Most of Sousa's works are available from http://www.loc.gov/performingarts/.

  • New Mexico
  • The Glory of the Yankee Navy - Available from http://lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/loc.natlib.sousa.200028151/default.html
  • El Capitan Full Score
  • La Camargo: Potpourri, Opera by Charles Lecocq/piano arrangement by John Philip Sousa, Published by J M Stoddart in 1880.
  • The Three Dragoons: Selections, Opera by Reginald DeKoven/piano arrangement by John Philip Sousa, Published by Church in 1899.
  • Manhattan Beach full score and parts

Soussmann, Heinrich (1776–1848)

  • 12 Duets, Op. 53 - uploaded
  • Thème varié Op.3 (flute and string quartet)
  • 2 Flute quartets, Op.27
  • Flute Concertino, Op.19

Sowinski, Albert (1803–1880)

  • Quam dilecta!, motet (pub.1872, Richault)
  • Piano Trio, Op.76
  • St. Adalbert, Martyre, oratorio in 3 parts, Op.66
  • Symphony No.2 in E (scherzo only may survive?), Op.122 (Symphony No.1 in E minor Op.62 recently (2010) published)
  • Ouverture à grand orchestre de Jean III Sobieski, Op.123

Späth, Andreas (1792–1876)

  • 3 String Quartets, Op.107 (no.1 is at Senckenburg, Frankfurt)
  • Nonet (RISM 450018656 - used to be digitized, would still be interesting if made available again.)

Speaight, Joseph (1868–1947)

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.

  • String Quartet in G minor (premiered 1896. ms?)
  • 3 string quintets (ms?)
  • Romance for violin and piano (published ca.1891)

Speer, William Henry (1863–1937)

  • String Quartet, Op.6 (p1896)

Speidel, Wilhelm (1826–1899)

  • Cello sonata, Op.10 (pub.1855)
  • Violin sonata, op.61 (pub.1879)

Speth, Johann (1664–after 1719)

  • ARS MAGNA CONSONI ET DISSONI in vireto hoc Organico-Instrumentali Musico, vere et practice ab Oculos posita. Das ist: Organisch-Instrumentalischer Kunst-, Zier- und Lust-Garten: in welchem Erstens: Zehen Lehren-reiche, ausserlesene Toccaten, oder Musicalische Blumen-Felder: Zweytens: 8 Magnificat, samt denen darzu gehörigen Praeambulis, Versen, Clausulen &c auf die acht Chor- oder Choral-Thon eingericht: und so dann Drittens: unterschiedliche Arien, mit vielen schönen Variationen, und anderen Galanterien vorgestellt werden (Augsburg, 1693)-- Full Score/Manuscript.

Spindler, Fritz (1817–1905)

  • Piano Concerto, Op.260 (pub.1873, Peters)
  • Symphony No.2, Op.150 (pub.1863)
  • Piano Trio in G, Op.154 (Siegel, 1866)
  • Piano Quartet, Op.108 (Siegel, 1860)
  • Symphony No.1 in B minor, Op.60 (pub.1855) (see e.g. RISM 452510326 and Frisch, Brahms, p.7)

Spohr, Louis (1784–1859)

  • Sonatas for Violin and Harp (Op.16)
  • Faust (German version in two acts, 1816; Italian version in three acts, 1852)
  • Clarinet Concerto Nos.3 and 4 (either piano reduction (pub.1885, ed.Rundnagel, 1853-1911) or full score (pub.1960s?))
  • Violin Concerto No.14, Op.110 (Sonst und jetzt, pub.Sept. 1840 acc. Hofmeister, Pietro Mechetti) (full score?)
  • Symphony No.2 in D minor, op.49 (full score)
  • Symphony No.4 in F major, op.86 (comp.1832, pub.1840s or earlier, Häslinger T.H. 6534) (f.s. or parts)
  • Symphony No.5 in C minor, op.102 (comp.1837, pub. by 1839, Häslinger T.H.7717. There's also a 1872-pub. arrangement by Ulrich that would be good to have (also, as a stopgap, &c&c.)
  • Symphony No.6 in G major, op.116 (full score)
  • Symphony No.8 in G major, op.137 (comp.1847, pub.1854 by Peters)
  • Potpourri No.1 in G major, Op.5 for Violin & String Trio (Full score and/or parts)
  • Potpourri for Clarinet & Orchestra in F major, Op.80 (Full score and/or parts)

Sponer, Alfred von (1870–1945)

(ca.1945)

  • Symphony in C minor (performed in part, March 4, 1898, Leipzig)
  • Piano Quintet, Op.5 (pub.1898)
  • Piano Quartet, Op.2 (pub.1894)
  • Lieder, Op.9, 12 & 15 (pub.1898, 1899, 1901?)

Spontini, Gaspare (1774–1851)

  • La vestale (1807)
  • Fernando Cortez (1809, revised in 1817)
  • Agnese di Hohenstaufen (1829 revised in 1837 by K. von Lichtenstein)

Stadtfeld, Alexander (1826–1853)

  • String Quartet No.1 in G (pub.1849. 1848 autograph score @ Brussels, RISM 705000256)
  • Symphony No.1 in C minor (auto. 1845-6 score @ Brussels RISM 701001907)
  • Symphony No.5 in A minor (autograph 1852 score @ Brussels Library)
  • Opera Hamlet (@ several libraries)
  • Piano Concerto in E Op.17 (performed 1845, 1880) (RISM 705000371. 1880 date from Annuaire de Conservatoire royal de musique de Bruxelles)

Stahl, Friedrich (1795–1852)

(dates conjectural. works under Frédéric Stahl)

  • Trois trios faciles et brillans, pour deux violons & violoncelle, Op.5
  • Trois trios faciles et brillans, pour deux violons & violoncelle, Op.6 (Cornell U. has opp.5 and 6, but in locked press)
  • String Quartet No.1, Op.7 in A minor (by 1829, Falter of Munich)
  • String Quartet No.2, Op.8 in D major
  • String Quartet No.3, Op.9 in G major (1831 HMB) (quartets at libraries apparently but I don't know where)

Stainlein, Louis (1819–1867)

  • 2 String Quartets (op.10, 11, p.1856 Schott) (Wurlitzer collection has no.2)
  • Cello Sonata and Piano Trio (performed 1857 - if they still exist?)

Stamaty, Camille (1811–1870)

  • Piano Sonata, Op.8
  • Piano Sonata, Op.20

Stamitz, Carl Philipp (ca.1745–1801)

  • Duets, Op. 27
  • Duo in D major for 2 flutes
  • Clarinet Concerto No.7 in E flat major
  • Cello Concertos

Stanford, Charles Villiers (1852–1924)

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

  • Cushendall, An Irish Song Cycle, Op.118 (Stainer & Bell, 1910)
  • 10 Dances (Old and New) for Piano, Op.58 (Boosey, 1985)
  • The Eumenides of Aeschylus, Op.23 (vocal score)
  • Festival Overture
  • Irish Rhapsody No.1 in D minor, Op.78
  • Irish Rhapsody No.2 in F minor, Op.84 (unpublished)
  • Irish Rhapsody No.3 for Cello & Orchestra, Op.137 (unpublished)
  • Irish Rhapsody No.4 in A minor, Op.141
  • Irish Rhapsody No.5 in G minor, Op.147 (unpublished)
  • Irish Rhapsody No.6 for Violin & Orchestra, Op.191 (unpublished)
  • Piano Concerto No.1 in G major, Op.59 (unpublished)
  • Symphony No.1 in B major (unpublished)
  • Symphony No.2 in D minor "Elegiac" (unpublished) (1882. Cambridge library has a manuscript, not sure if that helps. Cambridge U Link )
  • Symphony No.3 'The Irish', Op.28 (Full set of parts to accompany the full score currently on the site.)
  • Symphony No.4 in F major, Op.31 (piano 4-hand arrangement by Charles Wood uploaded in 2008, nothing else on page as of 1-2011)
  • Symphony No.5 in D major, Op.56
  • Symphony No.6 in E major, Op.94 (published ("privately printed") in 2003)
  • Songs
  • 4 Intermezzi for Organ
  • Mass via victrix Op. 173 (Full score/Parts for Orchestral version, currently only Vocal/Piano score available)
  • Opera Shamus O'Brien, Op.61 (pub. in arrangement in 1896 - Cambridge has this form. Overture also published by Boosey in 1896, in Cambridge lib.) — Vocal score now uploaded
  • Eden, Op.40 (Novello, 1898) (at Cambridge lib.) (oratorio)
  • Violin Concerto in D major, Op.74 (we have violin/piano reduction)
  • Suite for Violin and Orchestra, Op.32
  • Organ Sonata No.5, Op.159 quasi una fantasia (cop.1921, published Augener. at several libraries though don't know if any of them interloan, scan, or allow copying.)
  • String Quartets 4, 6, 7, (8?), Piano Quartet 2 (all I believe in manuscript, not published? not sure of location- neither RAM nor RCM seems to have them I think... will see if I can find out though. Not listed in British Library catalog of manuscripts (accessible online). Just throwing this out there I'm afraid.) (RAM I gather has but does not distribute, or something...)
  • The Traveling Companion, opera in 4 acts op.146 (pub1919) (@Nat.Lib.Ireland) (Vocal Score scanned in)
  • Morning, Evening, and Communion services, op. 115 in C Major
  • Morning, Evening, and Communion services, op. 81 in G Major (ms. for full orchestral score?)
  • Morning, Evening, and Communion services, op. 12 in A Major (orchestral score)
  • Violin Sonatas (1&2 at least. 3 may be ms.?)

Stanley, John (1712–1786)

  • Cantatas, Op.8 (published, also see RISM online)

Starokadomsky, Mikhail (1901–1954)

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.

(seems not to have been published before 1928, so everything most likely PD-CA-only for awhile, but within those limits, could be interesting :) )

  • Clarinet Quartet (pub.1935)
  • Concerto for Orchestra, Op.14 (1933. pub.1936)
  • Violin Concerto, Op.20 (pub.1947)

Statkowski, Roman (1859–1925)

  • String Quartets 2-6 (no. 5 Op.40 pub. 1929)
  • Operas
  • Symphonic Fantasy for orchestra Op.25

Steffens, Johann (1560–1616)

  • Organ Works

Steggall, Charles (1826–1905)

  • Three Preludes and Fugues for Organ
  • Postlude in G for Organ
  • Postlude in C minor for Organ
  • Allegretto Pastorale in A for Organ
  • Fugue in D for Organ

Steibelt, Daniel (1765-1823)

  • Concerto No. 3 for Piano and Orchestra in E "L'orage" (1799) (Full Score/Parts and/or Piano Reduction)
  • Concerto No. 4 for Piano and Orchestra in E♭ (1800) (Full Score/Parts and/or Piano Reduction)
  • Concerto No. 5 for Piano and Orchestra in E♭ "À la chasse" Op. 64 (1802) (Full Score/Parts and/or Piano Reduction)
  • Concerto No. 6 for Piano and Orchestra in G minor "Le voyage au mont Saint-Bernard" (1816) (Full Score/Parts and/or Piano Reduction)
  • Concerto No. 7 for Piano and Orchestra in E minor "Grand concerto militaire dans le genre grec", with 2 orchestras, (1816) (Full Score/Parts and/or Piano Reduction)
  • Harp Concerto (1807) (Full Score/Parts and/or Piano Reduction)
  • Ouverture en Symphonie (1796) (Full Score/Parts and/or Piano Reduction)
  • Méthode de Piano (Paris, 1805)

Steigleder, Johann Ulrich (1593–1635)

  • 40 variations on the chorale Vater unser im Himmelreich

Steinkauler, Walter (1873–1921)

  • String Quartet in C minor, Op.6 (pub.1904)

Stenhammar, Wilhelm (1871–1927)

  • Piano Sonata No. 4 in G minor
  • Overture 'Excelsior', Op.13

Stephan, Rudi (1887–1915)

  • Opera Die ernsten Menschen (pub.1915) to a libretto by Otto Borngräber (1874–1916)

Stephen, David (1869–1946)

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.

  • Piano and Wind Quintet, Op.3 (1895?, p.ca.1899)
  • Fantasia for Organ, Op.11 (p.ca.1901)
  • Piano and Wind Trio

Sternberg, Constantin von (1852–1924)

  • Piano Trio No.1 in C minor, Op.69

Stiehl, Heinrich (1829–1886)

  • Piano Quartet in F major, Op.40 (pub. by Breitkopf und Härtel, in July 1860 HMB. B&H Plate 10055)
  • Ouverture triomphale for orch., Op.46 (Kistner, 1862. Plate 2659. New York Public Library has this.)

Stock, Frederick (1872–1942)

(born Friedrich August Stock)

  • String Sextet, Op.3 (1893? ms?)
  • Cello Concerto (1897?)
  • Symphonic Variations, Op.7 (pub.1910)
  • Violin Concerto (premiered 1915, Norfolk, Connecticut)

Stöhr, Richard (1874–1967)

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 Trio, Op.16 (pub. 1913)
  • Kammersymphonie, Op.32 (pub. by 1921, repub. 1921)
  • Flute Sonata, Op.61 (pub.1921) (recorded a decade ago)
  • Concerto for Cornet à Pistons, Op.40 (pub.1914, Oertel, Piano version?)
  • Musikalische Formenlehre (pub.ca.1911)
  • Violin Sonata in G, Op.27 (pub.1911)
  • Symphony in A minor, Op.18 (pub.1911, Feuchtinger) (Munich has this)

Stojanović, Petar (1877–1957)

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 Concerto, Op.1

Stojowski, Sigismond (1869–1946)

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.

  • Cello Concertpiece, Op.31 (pub.ca.1922?)
  • Violin Concerto, Op.22 - need solo violin part, full score, and piano reduction

Stölzel, Gottfried Heinrich (1690–1749)

  • Weinachts-Oratorium
  • Brockes-Passion
  • Passions-Oratorium Ein Lämmlein geht und trägt die Schuld
  • other Oratorios

Storace, Bernardo (1637–1707)

  • Selva di varie compositioni d'intavolatura per cimbalo ed organo (publ. 1664, Venezia)

Stoughton, Roy Spaulding (1884–1953)

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.

  • Ancient Phoenecian Procession (organ, publ. 1919)
  • Egyptian Suite (organ, publ. 1916)
  • Tanglewood Tales Suite (organ, publ. 1921)

Stradal, August (1860–1930)

  • Piano arrangement of Wagner's Die Walküre: Schluss des letzten Aufzuges
  • Piano arrangement of Beethoven's String Quartet in C minor Op.131 (arrangement published 1921)

Stradella, Alessandro (1639–1682)

  • Sinfonia No XXII

Straesser, Ewald (1867–1933)

  • Piano Concerto op.8
  • Piano quintet in F minor op.18 ((c) 1911)
  • Symphony no.3 in A (manuscript? 1920)

Strauss, Franz (1822–1905)

  • Les Adieux
  • Fantasie, Op.2
  • Horn Concerto Op.8 (Full Score)
  • Empgindungen am Meere, Op.12
  • Introduction, Thema, und Variationen, Op.13

More info: [6]

Strauss, Johann II (1825–1899)

  • Ägyptischer Marsch, Op.355
  • Der Zigeunerbaron
  • Champagner-Polka, Op.211
  • Eljen a Magyar, Op.332
  • Explosions-Polka, Op.43
  • Wiener Bonbons, Op.307
  • Die Fledermaus (Full Score)
  • Tausend und eine Nacht, Op.346 (Full Score)
  • Casanova (vocal score)

Strauss, Richard (1864–1949)

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.

  • Sonatina No.1 in F major Aus der Werkstatt eines Invaliden (TrV 288) ("From an invalid’s workshop") for 16 wind instruments
  • Fanfare zur eroffnung der Musikwoche der Stadt Wien (1924)AV110 (TrV 250) (fur blechblasinstrumente und Pauken)
  • Wiener Fanfare (Fanfare der Stadt Wien) AV134 (TrV 287) (fur blechblasinstrumente und Pauken)
  • Romance in F major for cello and orchestra or piano (TrV 118) (1883, manuscript copy of piano version 1922 exists)
  • Four Last Songs Nos. 1-3

These works copyright worldwide.

  • Capriccio, Op. 85 vocal score (piano reduction by Ernst Gernot Klussman [1901–1975])

Stravinsky, Igor (1882–1971)

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.

  • Fairy's Kiss
  • Symphony in Three Movements
  • Symphony of Psalms
  • Symphonies of Wind instruments (Symphonies a la vent) (either origional or revised)
  • Violin concerto, serperate parts please.
  • Violin & Piano sonata
  • Dumbarton Oaks-Concerto in E
  • Concerto for Piano & wind instruments
  • Ebony Concerto
  • Capriccio for piano & orchestra
  • Movements for piano & orchestra
  • Pulcinella -full score
  • Madrid Etude pour pianola
  • L'Histoire du Soldat (In French)-Full Orchestra or suite
  • Concertino for 12 instruments
  • Octet
  • Symphony in C
  • Ode (Triptychon for Orchestra)
  • Agon-Ballet-Full Score
  • Apollon Musagete-Ballet-Full Score
  • Scenes de Ballet -Full Score
  • Variations: Aldous Huxley in Memoriam
  • Jeu de Cartes-Full Score
  • Oedipus Rex-OPera-Oratorio in French-Full Score
  • Concert in D major-Full Score
  • Card Game/Jeu de cartes-Ballet in three Deals-Full Score
  • Danses Concertantes, for chamber orchestra-Full Score
  • Orpheus-Ballet in three scenes-Full Score
  • Chanson Russe (russian song)for violin and piano (trans. by Samuel Dushkin (1891–1976))

Streabbog, Louis (1835–1886)

Pseudonym of Louis Gobbaerts; please consult the list linked there.

Street, Joseph (1841–1908)

  • Piano Concerto No.1, Op.20 (p.1865)
  • Symphony No.1, Op.4 (p.1857)
  • Piano Sonata No.6, Op.25 (p.ca.1872)
  • Piano Quintet, Op.26 (pub.1872)
  • Piano Trio No.2, Op.11 (pub.1863)
  • String Quartet in E minor, Op.27

Streicher, Theodor (1874–1940)

  • Sextet in F f. 2 violins, viola, violotta (obligato), vc, cbass (p1912)

Striegler, Kurt (1886–1958)

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.

  • symphonies (at least 4 by 1920? - e.g. symphony 4 in B minor op.16, pub.1913 - sym.4 uploaded. Also Kleine Sinfonie C dur (Schlusschor), Op.55 (published ca.1930) (text by Karl Henckell))
  • Kammer-Sinfonie, op. 14 für Streichquintett, auch als Nonett (pub. Junne, 1912. At several libraries)
  • Scherzo capriccio für Pauken-Solo und Orchester, Op.34 (pub.ca.1915. SLUB Dresden has this)
  • String Quartets Nos.1 in G major, No.2 in c minor Op.89 (pub. date of No.1 at least unknown?? No.1 at Kon. Bibliothek Netherlands, No.2 ??)
  • Violin Sonata (performed 1904)

Strube, Gustav (1867–1953)

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.

  • Elegy and Serenade, Op.9
  • Concertino in D (pub.1909)

Sturla, Carlo (?–?)

Active 1730s

  • Latin Passion music
  • Passio di Venerdì Santo (1736)

Suk, Josef (1874–1935)

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

  • Dumky Trio for Violin, Cello, and Piano
    • Please specify: Referring to Dvorak's Piano Trio (Op. 90) of the same name? Or please give other identifying details if Suk work.
  • 4 Pieces for Violin and Piano, Op. 17 ((c)1900)
  1. Quasi ballada
  2. Appassionato
  3. Un poco triste
  • Elegy, Op. 23
    • Original version for Piano, Cello, String Quartet, Harmonium and Harp (pub. ca. 1911)
    • Piano Trio Version ((c) 1902)
  • Pohádka léta (A Summer’s Tale), Symphonic Poem, Op. 29 (pub.ca.1910)
  • String quartet No. 2, Op. 31 (score and parts) ((c) 1912)
  • Zrání (The Ripening), Symphonic Poem, Op. 34 ((c) 1924)
  • Meditace na staročeský chorál „Svatý Václave“ (Meditation on th Old Czech Chorale “St. Wenceslas”) for String Orchestra or String Quartet, Op. 35a (full score) - we have the parts here (from which one could collate a score, admittedly with much work) and some arrangements.
  • Epilog (Epilogue) for Soprano, Baritone, Bass, Chorus and Orchestra, Op. 37 ((c) 1939)

Sullivan, Arthur (1842–1900)

  • Macbeth Overture - full score
  • Overture in C "In Memoriam" - full score
  • Incidental Music from "Henry VIII" - full score
  • Masquerade Suite from "The Merchant of Venice" - full score
  • Three Dances from "The Tempest" = full score
  • Symphony in E major, "Irish"

Suppé, Franz von (1819–1895)

  • Leichte Kavallerie Full Score (entire work)
  • Dichter und Bauer Full Score (entire work)
  • Ein Morgen, ein Mittag und ein Abend in Wien Full Score (entire work)
  • Die schöne Galathée Full Score (entire work)

Suter, Hermann (1870–1926)

  • String Quartet No.2 in C minor (pub.1910)

Sweelinck, Jan Pieterszoon (1562–1621)

  • Duo for flute (?? is this an arrangement? wouldn't it be a recorder in the 17th century?)

Szántó, Tivadar (1877–1934)

  • "Magyarország." Konzert-Sonate für Violine und Klavier (pub.1909 ca.)
  • Opera "Taifun" (©1924)

Szendy, Arpad (1863–1922)

  • Piano Sonata in D (1890s)
  • String Quartet in C, Op.10 (pub.1911)

Szopski, Felicjan (1865–1939)

  • Variations for piano, Op.6
  • 3 Lieder, Op.13 (pub.1910, Stahl)

Szymanowski, Karol (1882–1937)

  • Stabat Mater (piano reduction pub. 1928, choral score pub. 1956)
  • Hagith, opera Op.25 (vocal score pub. 1920)
  • Violin Concerto No. 1 ( first pub. 1923, according to listing in Voyager catalog of Rochester library) (solo part uploaded)
  • Violin Concerto No. 2 (first pub. 1934) (solo part uploaded)

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