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Täglichsbeck, Thomas (1799–1867)

  • Symphony No.1 in E major, Op.10, pub.1837
  • Variations with violin on a Styrian Air, op.12, pub.1839
  • Mass, Op.25 (pub.ca.1845)
  • 3 String Quartets, Opp.41-43 (p.1862?)
  • Symphony No.2 in E major, Op.48, pub. 1863?
  • Violin Concertino "Militaire" in D, Op.8, pub.1835 (ded. Kalliwoda; abschrift RISM 450025733 Harburg)
  • Rondo for 2 horns and orchestra in F minor, Op.4 (digitized copy used to be at Karlsruhe/Donaes.?)
  • Violin Sonata, Op.16 (pub.1841)

Taki, Rentarō (1879–1903)

  • Vocal Suite "Four Seasons"
  • Bedauernswerth

Tallis, Thomas (ca.1505–1585)

  • Tudor Church Music volume VI would be very handy…

Taneyev, Sergey (1856–1915)

Works first published after 1962 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.

  • Canzona, f minor [originally for Clariet and strings, arr. composer for cello and piano]
  • Violin sonata in A minor (composed 1911 but poss. not pub. until 1948, ed. by D. Oistrakh & P. Lamm)

Tartini, Giuseppe (1692–1770)

Taubert, Ernst Eduard (1838–1934)

  • Op.12.Piano trio in E (1872)
  • Op.31.Piano Quintet (Paez, 1875)
  • Op.32.str quartets nos. 1 in D and no.2 in E (by 1883?)
  • Op.34. String Quartet no.3 in E minor (1878)
  • Op.54. Ballade for orchestra (1895)
  • Op.63. String Quartet in D minor (pub.190x?)
  • Op.68. Piano Sonata in C minor (pub.1905)

Taubert, Wilhelm (1811–1891)

  • Piano sonata op.4 in A (1830)
  • Piano concerto (No.1) op.18 in E (1834)
  • Piano quartet no.1 op.19 in E (1835)
  • 2 Piano sonatas op.21 (1836)
  • Symphony, op.69 in F (1847)
  • String Quartet op.73 in E minor (1848)
  • Festouverture zur Feier des 11ten Juni 1854., Op.111 (1856)
  • Symphony in C minor, Op.113 (1857, Kistner)
  • Violin (or Cello) Sonata, Op.150 (1866)
  • String Quartet no.4, Op.183 in F (1872)
  • Piano Concerto No.2, Op.189 in A (1877)
  • Der Landsknecht. Lieder-Cantata, Op.200. (1882)
  • Cello Concerto in D minor, Op.173 (1870)
  • Piano Sonata No.6(?), Op.114 (1857)
  • Piano Trio No.2, Op.96 (1853?)

Tausig, Carl (1841–1871)

  • Sérénade, Op.4

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr (1840–1893)

  • Cantata for the Opening of the Polytechnic Exhibition
  • Cherevichki (a.k.a. The Little Shoes / The Tsarina's Slippers / Les caprices d'Oxane), opera in full score...
  • The Enchantress, opera in full score, vocal score...
  • Eugene Onegin for piano solo (Hubert)
  • Iolanta for piano solo (Langer)
  • Manfred Symphony for piano solo (Lippold)
  • Mazeppa, full score of Act III
  • Moscow (cantata), full score
  • Moment lyrique (original version)
  • The Nutcracker complete ballet for piano 4 hands (Arensky)
  • The Nutcracker second suite, full score
  • Orchestral Suite No.2 for piano 4 hands (Tchaikovsky/Hubert)
  • The Snow Maiden (a.k.a. Snegurochka) vocal score
  • The Snow Maiden, for piano duet (Langer)
  • Swan Lake - Danses Russe, Espagnole et Napolitaine for piano 4 hands (Debussy)
  • Swan Lake Suite, Op.20a for piano solo and piano duet
  • Swan Lake-Full Score (1895 Petipa version)
  • The Sleeping Beauty Suite, Op.66a Full Score
  • The Sleeping Beauty Suite, Op.66a for piano 4 hands (Rachmaninov)- currently available, published by Forberg Edition (PE.F02008)
  • The Sleeping Beauty, Op.66 Complete Ballet for piano 4 hands (Rachmaninov)
  • The Voyevoda (symphonic ballad), Op.78 for piano 4 hands (Sokolov)
  • Piano Concerto No. 1, third (standard) version Full Score
  • Symphony No. 1 (Version I) Full Score/Manuscript; Full Score of excerpts not used in revision.

Tcherepnin, Nikolay (1873–1945)

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.

  • Le Pavillon d'Armide --- suite published 1906, piano reduction in 1909, full score possibly not until 1980?...

Tegnér, Alice (1864–1943)

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 A minor (1901?)

Telemann, Georg Philipp (1681–1767)

Terry, Léonard (1816–1882)

(or Jean-Léonard Terry. from Liège.)

  • "La Saltarelle" for chorus (pub.1854)
  • "Voyège di Chaudfontaine : opera burless' è treus actes" (Walloon language) (pub.1858) (@ U. Texas libraries)

Thalberg, Sigismond (1812–1871)

Thieriot, Ferdinand (1838–1919)

  • Octet, Op.62 (pub.1893)

Thiessen, Karl (1867–1945)

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.

  • Suite im alten Stil in D, Op.43 (vn/pf) (pub.1921 by Zimmermann)

Thirion, Louis (1879–1966)

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.

  • Sonate pour piano en quatre parties (pub.1907)
  • Symphony No.1 in E major, Op.12 (pub. in pf4h 1912 by Durand)

Thomas, Ambroise (1811–1896)

  • Piano Trio, Op.3 (pub.1833)

Thomassin, Désiré (1858–1933)

  • Violin Concerto in B(natural) minor, Op.75 (pub.1927)

Thomé, Francis (1850–1909)

  • Passacaille, Op.37 (pub.1881?)
  • Tarentelle for piano, Op.43 (1894 for 2pf, 1886 for pf)

Thooft, Willem Frans (1829–1900)

  • Sonata, Op.8
  • Sinfonie (No.3, in B) für Soli, Chor u. Orchester nach Anleitung d. Gedichts Kaiser Karl, Op.10 (premiered 1861, pub.1864)
  • Sonata "In Memoriam" Op.21 (if possible)

Tiessen, Heinz (1887–1971)

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 Stirb und Werde! (Ries, 1922)

Tinel, Edgar (1854–1912)

  • Requiem (6-part chorus), Op.46 (B&H, pub.1905)

Titl, Anton Emil (1809–1882)

  • Der Zauberschleier or at least the aria Lebe wohl, geliebtes Wesen from it

Tobias, Rudolf (1873–1918)

  • 4 Piano Pieces, Op.10 (nos. 1, 3, 4 pub.1910 according to LoC catalog of copyright entries)

Toch, Ernst (1887–1964)

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.

  • Scherzo for orch., B minor, Op.11 (pub. 1909)

Tolbecque, Auguste (1830–1919)

  • Cello Concerto No.1, Op.12 (pub.1906, E. Gallet)

Tomkins, Thomas (1572–1656)

  • Consort music in three, four, and six parts

Tournemire, Charles (1870–1939)

  • Suite de morceaux pour Orgue
  • Sei Fioretti
  • Petites Fleurs musicales
  • Sept Chorals-Poèmes d'Orgue pour les sept paroles du Xrist -> now available
  • Suite évocatrice
  • Deux Fresques Symphoniques Sacrées
  • Précis d'exécution de registration et d'improvisation à l'orgue
  • Petite methode d'orgue
  • 5 choral-improvisations (sur le Victimae Paschali laudes; Te Deum...) -> Not PD because they were transcribed vy M. Duruflé (died in 1986)
  • Op. 73 Il poverello di Assisi, 5 épisodes lyriques, J. Péladan, 1937–8, inédit
  • Op. 63 Apocalypse de Saint Jean, solistes, chœur, orchestre, orgue, 1932–6, inédit
  • Op. 54 La queste du Saint Graal, chœur, orchestre, 1926–7, inédit
  • Op. 52 Trilogie Faust – Don Quichotte – Saint François d’Assise 1916–29, inédit
  • Op. 45 Psaume XLVI, solo, chœur, orchestre, 1913, inédit
  • Op. 42 Les dieux sont morts (Chryséis)
  • Op. 37 Psaume LVII, chœur, orchestre, 1908–9, inédit
  • Op. 30 Nittetis, tragédie lyrique, d’après Metastasio, 1905–7, inédite

Tovey, Donald Francis (1875–1940)

  • Piano Concerto in A major (1903), Op 15 full Orchestral score or Two Piano Reduction
  • A Companion to the Art of Fugue (1931) - Completion of Contrapunctus XIV
  • Essays in Musical Analysis (pub. Joseph Williams, between 1897 and 1939- so some PD-US? and hopefully all PD-CA. Have read some, am of opinion they were really among the best of their kind.-Schissel)
  • Cello Concerto in C major (written for Pablo Casals) (note: apparently published 1937 by OUP?-Schissel)
  • Trio Op.14 for violin, English horn and piano (premiered 1903)

Trabaci, Giovanni Maria (1575–1647)

Birthdate approximate

  • Ricercate: ... (Napoli 1603, Constantino Vitale) WorldCat (Conservatorio di Musica, Bologna)
  • Il secondo libro de ricercate ... (Napoli 1615, Giacomo Carlino) WorldCat (British Museum)

Traditional Music

  • Dark Eyes (Orche Tchornia) for Advanced Solo Piano
  • Sakura (Japanese) for Advanced Solo Piano
  • Schedryk (Ukrainian; aka "Carol of the Bells")

Trapp, Max (1887–1971)

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.

(See Wikipedia article)

  • Piano Quintet in C minor op.3 (published by Steingräber, Leipzig in 1912 and still available from them actually)
  • Sinfonia giocosa (performed in 1917- published?)
  • Cello Sonata, Op.5 (premiered 1913 in Dresden in ms - published ??)
  • (String?) Quartet, Op.4 (premiered 1913, Dresden in ms - published ??)
  • Lieder Op.9 (pub. Leuckart ca.1910?)

Tricklir, Jean Balthasar (1750–1813)

  • Adagio and Rondo for Cello and Piano
  • 6 Grande solo the Cello, Op.3
  • 13 Cello Concertos (survived)

Trneček, Hanuš (1858–1914)

  • Piano Concerto (performed ca.1895)

Tromlitz, Johann George (1725–1805)

Truzzi, Luigi (1799–1864)

  • Inno Garibaldi. Inno di guerra dei Cacciatori delle Alpi, variato, Op.354 (pub.1861, Ricordi)

Tulou, Jean-Louis (1786–1865)

  • 3 Easy Duets, Op. 102
  • 3 Easy Duets, Op. 103
  • 3 Duets, Op. 104

Tunder, Franz (1614–1667)

  • All organ works

Turányi, Carl von (1805–1873)

  • Piano Trio, Op.6
  • String Quartets (in ms. at Frankfurt am Main, e.g.?)

Turina, Joaquín (1882–1949)

While works first published before 1961 are PD in Canada, the works of this composer are copyright in the EU.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Musas de Andalucia

Türk, Daniel Gottlob (1750–1830)

Tveitt, Geirr (1908–1981)

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

  • Baldur's Dreams
  • Piano Concerto No. 4 "Aurora Borealis"
  • Piano Sonata No. 29 "Sonata Etere"
  • Concerto for Hardanger Fiddle And Orchestra No. 1
  • Concerto for Hardanger Fiddle And Orchestra No. 2 "Three Fjords"
  • Harp Concerto No. 2
  • The Sun God Symphony
  • Telemarkin
"Baldur's Dreams", Piano Concerto No. 4 and soon to come the Hardanger Fiddle Concerto No. 2 are published (the latter in Scholarly/ critical edition, the other as reconstructions of lost orchestral scores) and the other works available in manuscript copies (though critical editions of these works will be available hopefully within the period 2012-2015) on Music Information Centre of Norway: http://www.listento.no/ The Piano Sonata No. 29 is published on "Norsk Musikkforlag" as well as the Piano Concerto No. 5 http://www.norskmusikkforlag.no/ For more information about this composer visit http://www.ht08.no


Udbye, Martin Andreas (1829–1889)

  • String Quartet No.1, Op.1 (pub.1852)

Uhlig, Theodor (1822–1853)

  • String Quartet No.1, Op.1 (pub.1843)

Ulrich, Hugo (1827–1872)

  • String Quartet, Op.7 in E (p. Bahn, 1856)
  • Piano Trio, Op.1 published 1851

Urspruch, Anton (1850–1907)

  • Piano 4-hand Sonata, Op.1 (p. 1872, Kistner)
  • Deutsche Tänze, Op. 7 (pub. ca. 1877?)
  • Piano Concerto in E major, Op.9 (p.1878. recorded, not yet released, on cpo.)
  • 2 Pieces for violin and small orchestra or piano, Op.11 (p.1879) (Free Library of Philadelphia)
  • Piano Trio in B major, Op.12 (p.1879) (library estimates of ca.1840 of publication are- odd. quite a prodigy, pre-natal.)
  • Variationen und Fuge über ein Thema von J. S. Bach (für zwei Klaviere), Op. 13
  • Symphony in E major, Op.14 (p.1881, recorded w/piano concerto, not yet released, on cpo)
  • Cinq morceaux, Op. 19
  • Cavatine und Arabeske, Op. 20
  • Piano Quintet in D major, Op.21 (p.1884)
  • Die Frühlingsfeier. Ode von Klopstock für Tenor Solo, Chor und Orchester, Op.26. (p.1891.) (at Rochester Sibley Library, not yet scanned.)
  • Violin Sonata in D minor, Op.28 (p.1892) ( @ BSB)
  • Cello Sonata in D major, Op.29 (p.1893) (at UCLA library)


Vanhal, Johann Baptist (1739–1813)

  • 3 Cello Concertos in C Major & A Major

Varèse, Edgard (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.

  • Amériques for large orchestra (1918–1921; revised 1927)
  • Arcana for large orchestra (1925–1927)
  • Ionisation for 13 percussion players (1929–1931)

Various

  • Flute Studies In Old And Modern Styles
  • Bauyn Manuscript
  • Parville Manuscript
  • Pelplin Tabulature
  • Vilnius Tabulature
  • Ostromeczew Tabulature
  • Warsaw Tabulature
  • Lüneburg Tabulature
  • Celle Tabulature
  • Certaine Notes" printed by Thomas Day 1565 (important source for Tallis, Stone &c)

Vaucorbeil, Auguste (1821–1884)

  • Viola sonata (pub.1862)

Vaughan Williams, Ralph (1872–1958)

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.

  • Alister McAlpine's Lament (The Lowlands o' Scotland) 1912 SATB
  • Concerto Grosso
  • Dona nobis pacem
  • Five Tudor Portraits
  • Mass in G minor
  • Sea Songs - March
  • Partita for Double String Orchestra
  • Piano Quintet
  • Serenade to Music (vocal score)
  • Suite for Viola and Small Orchestra (piano reduction)
  • The Old Hundredth Psalm Tune (Harmonization and arrangement, 1953)
  • Festival Te Deum (1937)
  • Toward the Unknown Region. Choir (1907) — VS available
  • Linden Lea (1901)
  • Songs of Travel (1904)
  • Charter House Suite
  • On Wenlock Edge (1909 for tenor, string quartet and piano; 1924 for tenor and orchestra) (chamber version pub.1911 by Novello. Orchestral version - pub in 1994. possibly earlier but don't see.)

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • Oboe Concerto (orchestral score (pub. 1967), piano reduction by Michael Mullinar (d.1973))
  • Romance for Viola and Piano (pub. 1962, viola part ed. Bernard Shore (1896-1985))
  • Serenade to Music (full score pub. 1961)
  • Suite for Viola and Small Orchestra (orchestral score, pub. 1966)
  • In the Fen Country - Symphonic Impression (pub. 1969)
  • Quintet for Clarinet, Horn and String Trio (pub. 2002)

Vecsey, Franz von (1893–1935)

  • Caprices for violin

Véras, Philippe-François (fl. ca. 1740)

  • un recueil de Pièces de Clavecin

Verdalle, Gabriel (1847–1915)

  • Divertissement for piano (p.1902)
  • Serpoletta, Op.77 for orchestra (p.1902)

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813–1901)

  • Hymn of the Nations - full score
  • I masnadieri - full score (Ricordi plates 128133 and/or 130169)
  • 4 Pezzi sacri- full score
  • Adagio for Trumpet and Orchestra

Verhey, Theodor H. H. (1848–1929)

  • Violin Sonata, Op.25 (p1887)
  • Clarinet Concerto, Op.47 (p. in reduction, 1904)

Viallon, Pierre Justinien (1806–1874)

  • Offertoires, for organ

Vianna da Motta, José (1868–1948)

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 Concerto
  • Symphony

Victoria, Tomás Luis de (ca. 1548–1611)

  • Officium Hebdomadae Sanctae
  • Pasión según San Juan (Passio secundum Joannem)
  • Pasión según San Mateo (Passio secundum Mathaeum)
  • Lamentaciones de Jeremías (Lamentationes Jeremiae)

Vierne, Louis (1870–1937)

  • Largo et Canzonetta for Oboe and Piano, Op.26 (unpublished)
  • Symphony, Op.24 (unpublished)
  • Cinq Poèmes de Baudelaire, Op.45 (1921)

Vierne, René (1878–1918)

  • 10 Pieces in Different Styles for Organ
  • 12 Pieces of Different Characters for Organ

Vieuxtemps, Henri (1820–1881)

  • Tarantella
  • Old England, violin and orchestra
  • Violin Concerto No. 1 (full score)
  • Violin Concerto No. 2 (full score)
  • Violin Concerto No. 3 (full score)
  • Violin Concerto No. 5 (full score)
  • Violin Concerto No. 6 (full score)
  • Violin Concerto No. 7 (full score)
  • Fantaisie-caprice, for violin and orchestra
  • 6 Divertissement d'Amateurs sur des Melodies russes
  • Duo brillante Op 59, violin, cello and orchestra
  • Overture with Belgian National Hymn
  • Voix intimes (Books 1 & 2)
  • Concertos for cello and orchestra -- no. 1 in A minor now at Cello Concerto No.1, Op.46 (Vieuxtemps, Henri) in cello/piano reduction.
  • Grand Duo for violin and cello on Les Huguenots
  • Fantasy Ernani, violin and piano
  • Fantasy Luisa Miller, violin and piano
  • Fantasy I Lombardi, violin and piano
  • Chansons russes, violin and piano
  • Collection de Duos concertantes, violin and piano
  • Yanke Doodle Op.17 for cello and piano (arr. Bockmühl)
  • Norma Op.18 for cello and piano (arr. Bockmühl)
  • Fantasie Appassionata Op.35 for cello and piano (arr. Bockmühl)
  • Ballade and Polonaise Op.38 for cello and piano (arr. Bockmühl)

Villa-Lobos, Heitor (1887–1959)

These works under copyright in the US and EU, but not in Canada:

  • Amazonas (orchestra) (pub. 1929)
  • Danses africaines (orchestral version of Danças características africanas) (pub. 1929)
  • String Quartet No.1 (pub. 1953)
  • String Quartet No.2 (pub. 1930)
  • String Quartet No.3 (pub. 1929)
  • String Quartet No.4 (pub. 1956)
  • String Quartet No.5 (pub. 1948)
  • String Quartet No.6 (pub. 1948)
  • String Quartet No.7 (pub. 1956)
  • String Quartet No.8 (pub. 1949)
  • String Quartet No.9 (pub. 1957)
  • String Quartet No.10 (pub. 1963)
  • String Quartet No.12 (pub. 1956)
  • String Quartet No.14 (pub. 1953)
  • Guitar Concerto (pub. 1951)
  • Symphony No.9 (pub.1952)
  • Quinteto Instrumental (fl-vln-vla-cel-harp) (pub. 1957)

These works under copyright worldwide:

  • Bachianas brasileiras No.5 (Lyrics by Manuel Bandeira (1886-1968) and Ruth Valadares Correa)
  • Bachianas brasileiras No.7 (pub. 1978)
  • Bachianas brasileiras No.8 (pub. 1969)
  • Bachianias brasileiras No.9 (pub. 1969)
  • Introdução aos Chôros (Introduction to the Chôros) (pub. 1987)
  • Chôros No.6 (pub. 1987)
  • Música sacra (Vol.1) (pub. 1951-2) - ed. Manuel Bandeira (1886-1968)
  • String Quartet No.11 (pub. 1966)
  • String Quartet No.13 (pub. 1986)
  • String Quartet No.15 (pub. 1981)
  • String Quartet No.16 (pub. 1981)
  • String Quartet No.17 (pub. 1977)
  • Symphony No.1 'O Imprevisto' (pub. 1997)
  • Symphony No.2 'Ascenção' (reprinted 1978)
  • Symphony No.4 'A vitória' (reprinted 1978)

Visée, Robert de (1650–1725)

  • First book for Guitar (1682)

Vivaldi, Antonio (1678–1741)

  • All'ombra d'un bel faggio, RV 649
  • Concerto in D major for lute (guitar), strings and basso continuo; RV 93 [guitar and orchestral parts]
  • Concerto for Strings in D minor RV 127
  • Violin Concerto in E Major (Il Riposto-Per il Santissimo Natale) RV 270 and RV 270a; Violin Concerto in G minor (Op. 4, No. 6)

RV 316 and 316a; Violin Concerto in D minor RV 813/V Class RV Anh. 10 (also attrib. to Giuseppe Torelli; Orig. for BWV 979 by Johann Sebastian Bach); Lute Concerto RV 93 (Full Score/Manuscript); Concerto for 2 Recorders, 2 Oboes, Bassoon, 2 Violins, Strings, and BC RV 566 (Full Score/Manuscript); Sonata à 4 al Santo Sepolcro, for 2 violins, viola, and continuo in E major, RV130 (Full Score/Manuscript); Mandolin Concerto in D major RV 93 (Full Score/Manuscript)

Vogel, Friedrich Wilhelm Ferdinand (1807–1892)

  • Symphony No.1 in C minor, Op.3 (pub. 1867 by C.A. Challier & Co.) (at a Danish lib.)

Volbach, Fritz (1861–1940)

  • Symphony, Op.33 (pub1909)
  • Ostern, Op.16 (pub.1896)
  • Organ Works, Op.17

Volckmar, Wilhelm Valentin (1812–1887)

  • Organ Sonatas Opp.213 and 214 (pub. 1868)

Volkmann, Robert (1815–1883)

  • Romanze in E major for Violin / Cello and Piano, Op.7. (1852)
  • Chant du Troubadour, Morceau de Salon for Violin / Cello and Piano, Op.10. (1849)
  • 2 Songs for Mezzo, Violoncello and Piano, Op.56. (1867)
  • Capriccio for Cello and Piano, Op.74. (1875)
  • Symphony No.2 in B, Op.53

Vom Rath, Felix (1866–1905)

  • Piano Quartet, Op.2 (p1898)
  • Violin Sonata (first decade of 20thc (Prager u M?))
  • Piano Concerto, Op.6 (p1901)


Wagenaar, Johan (1862–1941)

  • Overture The taming of the shrew opus 25
  • Overture Twelfth Night opus 36
  • Overture Cid opus 27
  • Overture Amphitrion opus 45

Wagner, Ernest Frederic (1875–1922)

More commonly known as Ernest Frank Wagner.

Wagner, Richard (1813–1883)

  • Wesendonck-Lieder WWV 91: Orchestral score, Vocal-Piano score
  • Schluss zum Vorspiel von Tristan und Isolde WWV 90 (piano transcription of Wagner)
  • Norenbrief für Mathilde Wesendonck WWV deest
  • Das Buch der Motive aus Opern und Musikdramen Richard Wagner's. Für Klavier mit übergelegtem Text; not by Wagner himself, but by Lothar Windsperger (1885-1935), 2 vols., Schott, date unknown
  • Führer durch die Musik zu Richard Wagner's Festspiel, Der Ring des Nibelungen: ein thematischer Leitfaden; not by Wagner, but by Hans von Wolzogen (1848-1938), Leipzig: F. Reinboth, [1896].
  • Score of extended Grail Narration from Lohengrin
  • Rule Britannia Overture - full score
  • Das Rheingold - L'oro del Reno (Ricordi vocal score with Zanardini's translation)
  • Die Walküre - La Walkiria (Ricordi vocal score with Zanardini's translation)
  • Siegfried - Sigfrido (Ricordi vocal score with Zanardini's translation)
  • Götterdämmerung - Il crepuscolo degli Dei (Ricordi vocal score with Zanardini's translation)
  • Ouvertüre in C-Dur Polonia WWV 39 (1836)

Walckiers, Eugène (1793–1866)

  • Méthode de Flûte, Op. 30 (1829)
  • Clarinet/violin sonatas Opp.91 and 99 (op.99 pub.1860); 4 flute sonatas (opp.89, 92, 98, 109, pub. ca.1855-62. 5th exists only in modern edition it seems.)
  • String Quintet No.3 in G (with 2 cellos or cello & double-bass), Op.102 (pub.1862, Richault)

Waley, Simon (1827–1875)

  • Piano Concerto in E, Op.16 (ca1856)

Walter, Johann (1496–1570)

  • Johannes-Passion
  • Matthäus-Passion

Walther, Johann Gottfried (1684–1748)

  • Organ concertos after Megck, Torelli, Albinoni, Vivaldi et al.

Ward, Frank Edwin (1872–1953)

  • Violin Sonata No.2 in G, Op.9 (p.1904)

Warlock, Peter (1894–1930)

Works first published after 1962 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.

  • Capriol Suite (all arrangements)

Warner, Harry Waldo (1874–1945)

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.

  • Hampton Wick, tone picture, Op.38 for orchestra (pub.ca.1930)
  • Phantasy Quartet (Quartet 1), Op.12

Wassenaer, Unico Wilhelm (1692–1766)

  • 6 Concerti Armonici

Waxman, Franz (1906–1967)

Under copyright worldwide, apart from earlier works (publ. before 1923) which are PD in the USA.
No posting without written permission from the copyright owner.

  • Carmen Fantasie

Weber, Carl Maria von (1786–1826)

  • Horn Concertino Only manuscript available. (non-manuscripts full score, piano reduction, horn part)
  • Andante e Rondo Ungarese in C (Viola, Basson)
  • Piano Concerto in C Major for 2 Pianos
  • Klavierkonzert Nr. 1 in C-Dur, op. 11 (full score)
  • Oberon (full score)
  • The three masses (opp.75a/J.224 - Missa sancta in E major (1817-8), Freischützmesse, (published as Messe no. 2 in 1845 according to Hofmeister); Op.76/J.251 in G (Jubelmesse, 1818-9, published as Erste Messe, also by Haslinger, in 1834, so also out of copyright) and Anh. 8 Grosse Jugendmesse (1802) (this might be in copyright still.)
  • Clarinet Quintet in B flat J 182/op.34
  • Invitation to the Dance (orch, Berlioz) - full score
  • Concerto (Fantasie) for cello and orchestra (Grand pot-pourri),Op.20, J. 64

Weber, Edmond (1838–1885)

  • String Quartet in C minor, Op.34 (posth., 1886 pub. by Ebner)
  • Terzetto in D, Op.27 (pub.1885)

Webern, Anton (1883–1945)

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.

Note: Very few works by Webern were published during his lifetime; the last of them was his string quartet, Op.28 (published 1939).
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  • Three Songs from Viae inviae, op. 23 (©1936)
  • Cantata No. 1, op. 29 (published ca.1954)
  • Cantata No. 2, op. 31 (published 1949)
  • Das Augenlicht, Op.26 (published 1954?)
  • Variations, Op.30 (pub.1956)

THESE WORKS UNDER COPYRIGHT WORLDWIDE:

  • Im Sommerwind (pub.1966)
  • Langsamer Satz für Streichquartett M.78 (1905) (©1961 or 1965? - PD-CA if the former)

Weckmann, Matthias (1619–1674)

  • Organ works

Wehrli, Werner (1892–1944)

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.

  • String Quartet in G, Op.8 (pub.1922)

Weidig, Adolf (1867–1931)

  • String Quartet in A (ca.1880. Published, I believe)
  • Quartettino en forme de suite, Op.11 (pub.1897)
  • Serenade for string quartet, Op.16 (pub.1899?)
  • Autumn Leaves for quartet, Op.88 (ms. only? 1916?)

Weigl, Karl (1881–1949)

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 Quartet No.2 (with viola d'amore) (ms. at Sibley)

Weill, Kurt (1900–1950)

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.

  • The Threepenny Opera (Die Dreigroschenoper)
  • Any of the many arrangements of the above work (especially the one for violin and piano).
  • String Quartet, op. 8
  • Concerto for Violin and Wind Orchestra, op. 12

Weiner, Leó (1885–1960)

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.

  • Hungarian Folkdance Suite, Op.18 (Full score or arr.4 hands)

Weingartner, Felix (1863–1942)

  • 2 Violin Sonatas Op.42 (pub.1907)
  • Cello Concerto Op.60 (pub.1917)

Weismann, Julius (1879–1950)

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.

  • Piano trio in D minor, Op.26 (pub.1910 by Schlesinger. BSB, other libraries, Juilliard School library also.)
  • Concerto for 3 woodwinds, trumpet, timpani and string orchestra, op.106 (p.1931)
  • 9 Variations for 2 Pianos, Op.64 (pub.1921)
  • Violin Sonata (No.2?), Op.47 (pub.1913) (@Sibley, not scanned)
  • String Quartet, Op.14 (pub.1906)

Weiss, Sylvius Leopold (1687–1750)

  • Works for Lute/Guitar
  • Ciacona in G Minor

Wels, Charles (1825–1906)

  • Piano Concerto
  • Masses 1 Op.47 (p1859), 2 (St. Cecilia? Op.107, p1882), 4 Op.127 (cop1894), 5 Op.134 (p1902)

Wenusch, Josef (1811–1882)

  • String Quartet, Op.1 (p.1846)

Wesström, Anders (1720–1781)

Wetz, Richard (1875–1935)

  • Romantische Variationen über ein Originalthema, Op.42 for piano (1917)
  • String Quartet No. 2 in E minor, Op. 49 [Berlin: Simrock, 1924]
  • Sonata in B major for solo violin (praeludium, gavotte, romanze, rondo) Op.33 (pub. Kistner, 1913)
  • Kleist Overture, Op.16
  • Symphony no.1, Op.40 (pub.1924?)
  • Symphony no.2, Op.47 (pub.1921)
  • Symphony no.3, Op.48 (ms)
  • Kleine toccata für orgel (E minor) (pub.ca.1918? Later republished as Op.55 no.1 I think, with a Pass.&Fugue, in ca.1930.)

Weyse, Christoph Ernst Friedrich (1774–1842)

  • Faruk. Opera i 3 akter (1811-1812, publ. 1817-1828) DF 2 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Floribella. Lyrisk romatisk drama i 3 akter (1824, publ. 1837) DF 5 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Et Eventyr i Rosenborg Have. Syngespil i 1 akt (1827, publ. 1833) DF 6 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Balders Død. Syngespil i 4 akter (1832) DF 7 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Kunzen's musik til bispevielse, instrumenteret (1811) DF 9 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Reformationskantate nr. 1 (1817, publ. 1831) DF 10 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Miserere (1818, publ. 1845) DF 11 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Julekantate nr. 1 (1818, publ. 1831) DF 12 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Passionskantate nr. 1 (1819, publ. 1831) DF 13 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Pinse-Hymne (1819, publ. 1831) DF 14 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Nytaarskantate (1821, publ. 1832) DF 16 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Jesu Opofrelse (1825, publ. 1832) DF 17 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Den ambrosianske Lovsang (1826, publ. 1835) DF 18 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Formælingshymne (1828, publ. 1833) DF 19 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Paaskekantate nr. 2 (1829, publ. 1833) DF 20 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Julekantate nr. 2 (1834) DF 24 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Reformationskantate nr. 2 (1836) DF 25 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Funerary cantatas DF 29 (1839), DF 32 (1838), DF 33 (1840, publ. 1840), DF 39 (1832, publ. 1832), DF 40 (1834)
  • Symfoni nr. 1, g-Moll (1795-1805) DF 117 Full Score/Manuscript; Symfoni nr. 4, e-Moll (1795-1817) DF 120 Full Score/Manuscript
  • Symphony No. 5 in E-flat major, DF 121, in full score

White, Adolphus Charles (1830–1902)

  • The Double-bass (book) (pub.ca.1890)
  • Song "April rain" (pub.ca.1882)

Whiting, George Elbridge (1840–1923)

  • First Studies for the Organ, Book 1
  • Midnight; Cantata for four solo voices, chorus and orchestra (vocal score published. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, 1893)

Wichmann, Hermann (1824–1905)

  • String Quintet, Op.35 (p.1884)

Wichtl, Georg (1805–1877)

  • String Quartet, Op.3 (p.1832)
  • Concerto (vn w/pf), Op.24 (p.1863)

Wickede, Friedrich von (1834–1904)

  • Per aspera ad astra, Concert-overture, Op.121 (pub.1900)

Widor, Charles-Marie (1844–1937)

  • Trois Nouvelles Pièces op. 87 (1934, Durand)
(An exceptionally large number of requests for works by Widor, Charles-Marie were removed to: the composer’s discussion page. Please read the wishlist guidelines on what constitutes unreasonable requests.)

Wieniawski, Henri (1835–1880)

  • Polonaise no. 1 in D Major for violin and piano
  • Violin Concerto No. 1 in F# Major (Score)

Wieniawski, Józef (1837–1912)

Works first published after 1962 are copyright in Canada. Those first published after 1922 are possibly copyright in the USA.

  • Piano works (op.6 is at Pomeranian lib)
  • String Quartet in A minor op.32 (pub by Kahnt, 1882)

Wiklund, Adolf (1879–1950)

  • Violin Sonata Op.5 in A minor (p.1905)

Wilsing, Daniel Friedrich Eduard (1809–1893)

  • Symphony in D major (by 1832) (ms. copy at Schumann-Haus, Zwickau)
  • 3 Grandes sonates, Op.1 (pub.1839)

Wiltberger, August (1856–1928)

  • 2 Light String Quartets, Op.127 (pub.ca.1902??)

Winding, August (1835–1899)

  • Symphony, Op.39 (pub.1894 acc. Sibley in reduction)
  • Violin Sonata No.2, Op.35 (pub.1888/89)

Windsperger, Lothar (1885–1935)

  • Sonata for Cello Solo (pub.1917)
  • Sonata for Violin Solo (p.1920)
  • Requiem, Op.47 (p.1929)
  • Piano sonata in C minor (pub.1917)
  • Piano sonata no.2? in C, Op.28 (pub. by 1922)
  • Piano Trio in B minor (Schott, 1919)
  • Rhapsodie-Sonate (cello, piano) Op.20 (©1924)
  • Cello Sonata No.1 in D (pub.1917) (not the solo sonata)

Winkler, Max (1810–1884)

  • String Quartet No.1 in D (1881/2, pub. by Bohm&Sohn)

Witkowski, Georges Martin (1867–1943)

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 D minor (pub. 1901?)

Woelfl, Joseph (1773–1812)

  • 6 String Quartets, Op.51 (so far, just the viola pt)
  • Piano sonata, Op.27 No.1 in D minor
  • 3 Piano sonatas, Op.54
  • Sonata with obbligato flute, Op.13 (pub.1802, Traeg)

Wohlfahrt, Franz (1833–1884)

  • Easiest Elementary Method For Beginners, Op. 38
  • 40 Elementary Studies, Op. 54
  • 50 Easy And Melodic Studies, Op. 74

Wolf, Ernst Wilhelm (1735–1792)

  • original work for the piece uploaded as 'Funeral Anthem'
  • Keyboard Concerto No.1 in G minor, Op.7 (pub.1782)

Wolf-Ferrari, Ermanno (1876–1948)

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.

  • Rispetti, Opp. 11 & 12

Wolf, Leopold Carl (1859–1932)

  • Symphony, Op.8 (pub.1884)
  • Piano Trio, Op.10 (pub.1885/86)
  • Serenade for Strings, Op.30 (pub.1898)

Wolfermann, Albert (1844–1908)

  • String Quartet in A minor, Op.12 (pub.1888)

Wolfrum, Philipp (1854–1919)

  • Cello Sonata, Op.6

Wolstenholme, William (1865–1931)

  • Sonata in the Style of Handel
  • Bohemesque

Wood, Charles (1866–1926)

  • St. Mark Passion
  • Variations and fugue on 'Winchester Old' (1907/8)
  • Three preludes on melodies from the Genevan Psalter (1907/8)
  • Sixteen preludes on melodies from the English and Scottish Psalters (1911/12)
  • Suite in the Ancient Style (1915?)

Wood, Haydn (1882–1959)

While works first published before 1961 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 Concerto in D minor (1909) full Orchestral score or Two Piano Reduction

Wood, Henry Joseph (1869–1944)

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.

  • Fantasy on British Sea Songs

Woyrsch, Felix (1860–1944)

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.

  • Symphonic Prolog after Dante, Op.40 (1891, pub. 1892)
  • Violin Concerto in D minor, Op.50 "Skaldische Rhapsodie" (Berlin : Chr. Friedrich Vieweg, c1904. at FLP)
  • Symphony No.1 in C minor, Op.52 (pub. 1908)
  • 3 Böcklin-Phantasien for orchestra, Op.53 (B&H, by 1911)
  • Hamlet-ov., Op.56
  • Symphony no.2 in C, Op.60 (pub.1927, Simrock. !PD-US, but worth having available PD-CA)
  • String Quartet in C minor, Op.63 (1927)
  • String Quartet in E major, Op.64 (1929, Simrock)
  • Piano Trio in E minor, Op.65 (Simrock, 1927, plate 14895)
  • Piano Quintet in C minor, Op.66 (1927) (sc&pts: plate 14919, edition 807 Simrock)
  • Symphony No.3 in E minor, Op.70 (1928, Simrock. at FLP)

Wranitzky, Anton (1761–1820)

  • Cello Concerto in D minor
  • Concerto for violin and cello with orchestra

Wranitzky, Paul (1756–1808)

  • Cello Concerto, Op.27 (piano reduction or score)
  • Concertino for Oboe & Cello in D (lost?)
  • Flute Concerto in D, Op.24 (early(ish), not modern, ed.)

Wüerst, Richard (1824–1881)

  • Symphony No.1 Preis-Sinfonie in F major, Op.21 (pub.1852)
  • Violin Concerto in A, Op.37 (pub.1861) (Strasbourg lib.)
  • 3 String Quartets, Op.33 (in A minor, D major and G major) (pub.1860)
  • Serenade in E for orchestra, Op.55 (pub. Bote&Bock, 1870)
  • Russian Suite, Op.81 (pub. Erler, 1881)
  • Symphony No.2? in C minor, Op.36 (pub. 1862)
  • Symphony No.3? in D minor, Op.52 or 54 (Free Library of Philadelphia) (pub. ca.1869-1870)
  • Variationen : über ein Originalthema für Orchester, Op.50 (p.1869.)

Wüllner, Franz (1832–1902)

  • Chorübungen
  • Miserere, Op.26 (1870)
  • Piano Sonata No.1 in D minor, Op.6 (pub. Rieter-Biedermann, 1858)
  • Piano Trio in D, Op.9 (Schott, 1861)
  • Piano Sonata No.2 in E major, Op.10 (pub. Rieter-Biedermann, 1863)
  • Violin Sonata in E minor, Op.30 (pub.Gotthard, 1870)
  • Masses opp.20, 29 (pub. 1870, 1874)

Wunderlich, Johann Georg (1755-1819)

Also known by Jean-Georges Wunderlich, Vounderlich, Wonderlich, Wounderlich, Johann Georges Wunderlich, and many other variants.

  • Méthode de Flûte (1804)
  • 4 Duets for 2 flutes

Wurm, Mary (1860–1938)

Works published after 1962 are copyright in Canada.
Only works published before 1923 are PD in the USA.

  • Forty Daily Exercises (First published: Leipzig, R. Forberg, 1911)
A collection of piano exercises for the left hand alone
  • Two Etudes, Op.42 (First published: Leipzig, Steingräber, 1906?)
An etude for the left hand alone (No.1) and for the right hand alone (No.2)
  • Piano Concerto (parts @ Library of Congress, US)


Ysaÿe, Eugène (1858–1931)

  • String Quartet
  • Quintet
  • Violin Concerto No. 8 (pub. Cinedisc Music, 1975)

Note: Ysaÿe wrote his eight violin concertos in the days of his youth. Later he called them "shenanigans" and demolished (????) them. Only the 8th concerto was rescued, reconstructed, and orchestrated by his grandson, Jacques Ysaÿe. There is a recording from 2007 played by Albrecht Laurent Breuninger. (Amendment- see Juilliard Library manuscript holdings. The concertos look incomplete but not very demolished.)

Zanella, Amilcare (1873–1949)

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.

  • Violin Sonata in F minor, Op.71 (p.ca.1916?)
  • Fantasia e grande fugato sinfonico a quattro soggetti per orchestra e pianoforte, op. 25 (p.1903)
  • Messa di requiem, a tre voci d'uomo con accompagnamento d'organo (od armonio) op. 63 (p.1917)

Zech, Frederick (1858–1926)

  • String Quartets 1897, 1902
  • 5 Symphonies ? – 1893
  • 6 concertos (for piano, violin, viola) (last written 1907) (no publications known? It is possible that while his ms. are at the Zech collection his music may not be elsewhere yet.)

Zech, Fritz (1875–after 1911)

  • Piano Quartet Op.12 (ms.? 1909. see Antiquities.)
  • String Quartet in F minor Op.14 (in some libraries...)

Zech, Markus (1727–1770)

  • Concerto for flute in D (1766? GroF 567.) (GroF - Gronefeld, Ingo: Die Flötenkonzerte bis 1850. Ein thematisches Verzeichnis. Vol.1-4.) Various ms copies of Zech concertos etc. at Einsiedeln & Engelberg libraries. (Many other works also, poss. interesting)

Zech, Philipp Jacob (1728–1803)

Better known as Chrysogonus Zech or Tegurini, Padre di Baviera.

  • Vespers, Op.1 (mostly complete published parts at Beromünster)

Zeckwer, Camille W. (1875–1924)

  • Piano Quintet, Op.5 (pub.1900)

Zelenka, Jan Dismas (1679–1745)

  • Sonata 3 From ZWV 186 edited by Christian Schönbaum

Full Score/Manuscripts:

  • ZWV 18 Missa Votiva E minor for SATB, soli & ch.; 2Ob.; 2Vn.; Va.; B.c. Composed: 1739.
  • ZWV 21 Missa Omnium Sanctorum (Missa ultimarum sexta et forte omnium ultima) A minor for SATB, soli & ch.; 2Ob.;

2Vn.; Va.; B.c. Composed: 1741.

  • ZWV 27 Kyrie A minor for S. solo, SATB, ch.; 2Ob.; 2Vn.; 2Va.; B.c. Composed: 1725.
  • ZWV 28 Kyrie D minor for a 4; 2Ob.; 2Vn.; 2Va.; B.c. Composed ?
  • ZWV 29 Christe eleison E minor for A, solo; 2Vn.; 2Va.; B.c. Composed: c. 1740.
  • ZWV 31 Credo (insert into Zelenka's working of Caldara's 'Missa Providentiae') D minor for SATB, soli & ch.; 2Vn.; 2Va.; B.c. Composed: c. 1728.
  • ZWV 33 Credo G minor for SATB, soli & ch.; 2Ob.; 2Vn.; Va.; B.c. Composed: c. 1725.
  • ZWV 34 Sanctus, Agnus (Agnus II is a parody of Kyrie II from Palestrina's 'Missa Nigra sum') G minor for SAATB, ch.; B.c. Composed: c. 1728.
  • ZWV 35 Sanctus A minor for SATB, ch.; 2Ob.; 2Vn.; 2Va.; B.c. Composed: 1725.
  • ZWV 36 Sanctus (including parodies from Palestrina's 'Missa sine nomine') D minor for SSATTB, ch.; B.c. Composed: c. 1728.
  • ZWV 39 Agnus Dei G minor for SATB, soli & ch.; 2Ob.; 2Vn.; Va.; B.c. Composed: ?
  • ZWV 53 6 Lamentationes
  • ZWV 54 3 Lamentationes
  • ZWV 203 Lamentationes
  • Gesù al Calvario
  • I penitenti al sepolchro del Redentore

Żeleński, Władysław (1837–1921)

  • Piano Sonata No.1, Op.5 in G minor (pub.1859)
  • Piano Sonata No.2, Op.20 in E minor (pub.1876)
  • Piano Trio, Op.22 in E (pub.1875)
  • Violin Sonata, Op.30 in F (pub. 1879)
  • Ov. W Tatrach, Op.27 (pub.1883)

Zellner, Julius (1832–1900)

  • Symphony, Op.7 (pub.1871)

Zelter, Carl Friedrich (1758–1832)

Zemlinsky, Alexander von (1871–1942)

  • 3 Pieces for Cello and Piano (1891)
  • Skizze (for solo piano, 1896)

These works copyright worldwide:

  • The Mermaid (Die Seejungfrau), Fantasy for Orchestra
  • Op.22, Sechs Lieder für Singstimme und Klavier (1934) "Elfenlied"

Zenger, Max (1837–1911)

  • Piano trio in D minor op.17 (at BSB, not yet? scanned though) (pub.1877)
  • Cello sonata op.90 (at BSB, cop.? 1905)
  • 4-hand sonata in A major op.33 (also at BSB. pub.1879)
  • Tragic ov. op.42 (pub.1885)
  • Adagio concertante for cello and orchestra op.65 (pub.1890) (Free Library of Philadelphia)
  • 2 symphonies (good question...)

Zilcher, Hermann (1881–1948)

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.

  • Symphony No.1, Op.17 (pub.1920)
  • Violin Concerto in B minor, Op.11 (pub.1907)

Zöllner, Heinrich (1854–1941)

  • Symphony No.2 in F (major?), Op.100 (pub.1912 by Schweers & Haake of Bremen)
  • Waldphantasie for orchestra, op.82 (pub. 1902–3 by Breitkopf und Härtel. Partitur-Bibliothek nr. 1738.)
  • Symphony No.3 in D minor, Op.130 (pub.1913, Schweers & Haake.)
  • Serenade for Strings and Flute in C, op.95 (pub.1908, R&E)
  • String Quartet No.5 in G, Op.139 (ca.1921)
  • String Quartet No.1? in C minor, Op.91 (pub. 1906)

Zolotarev, Vasily (1872–1964)

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.

  • Rhapsodie hébraïque pour grand orchestra (or Evreiskaia rapsodiia), Op.7 (pub. prob. 1902 by Belaieff) (at UCB, Free lib. Phil, others) - Uploaded 14/02/2014, thank you to Sibley Music Library. Aldona 04:24, 14 February 2014 (EST)
  • Phantasie-Ouverture, Op.22 (pub. 1907 by Belaieff)
  • Symphony No.1, Op.8 (pub.1903) - parts (full score uploaded)
  • Symphonies 2-7 (as available?)
  • Piano Sonata in G, Op.10 (pub.1904)

Zumsteeg, Johann Rudolf (1760–1802)

  • Cello Concerto in A Major

Zweers, Bernard (1854–1924)

  • Psalm 104 (setting published ca.1909 or maybe 1884)
  • Symphony No.1 (1881. Maybe not published? Ms at NMI.)
  • Violin sonatas (in ms. only? 1871 in A, 1873, 1873)
  • Romance for violin and piano in G (composed 1897)
  • Overture "Saskia" in F major (1906)

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