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from the elbow to the knuckle of the middle finger

Diese ersten Uebungen bezwecken, die Tne bestimmt anblasen zu lernen, sowie die Aneignug einer richtigen Haltung. Der Schler halte das In strument so, dass der Unterarm vom Ellenbogen bis
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Piano Solo.
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Book vn No. 13
Book VII No. 46

March-Album (Wedding-March, March


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Masters for the Young (Euthardt):
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Meyerbeer, March from the Prophet

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ConcertNo.20,24 (Hermann) each

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Duport, 21 Exercices (Grtzmacher)

Piano.
2B.

ea.

(Goltermann).
Haydn, Mozart
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Beethoven, Schubert
Mendelssohn, Schumann (id.)
.
.

Sitt, Op. 63 No.

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.
.

50
1

2821
2822
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76

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Humoristische Lieder, h.

Rembt, Fuguettes

2814

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2816

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80 Humoristische

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Chorus Parts.
Bach, 6 Cantatas (German) each Part

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2825d
2825e

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Solvejgs Song. Score 2.
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Swan.
Score 2.
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Springtide. Score 2.
Parts each
Henrik Wergeland. Sc. 2.
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Hndel, Concert II in F f. String Orch.
Score 2.
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each

....

IVovcek,

Perpetuum

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80

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20

20
20
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20
20
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Score . .
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- 50

Parts.

Grieg,

2825a
2825b

2787

Operatic Melodies (Popp)

50

50

&

Choruses for mixed voices.

2820

Flute Solo.
2767

Orig.

Springtide

German Words.

75
75
76

Harmonium.
2788

Merkel, Op. 37, 10 Fuguettes .


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Trio in

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Grieg,

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2816
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Op. 46, Peer Gynt-Suite I (Golterm.)

(Piano, Violon

Campagnoll, Op. 14, Duets


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Cello
2831a/b
2830

No.

Cello Solo.
2508

cts

Dancla, Op. 77,


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rVoviicek, Perpetuum mobile. . .
Sinding, Op. 27, Sonata in E . .
Sitt, Op. 62, 2 Sonatinas . . each

Masters for the Yoiuig

Violin Duets.
2506
2685

Piano.

3 Duets

Piano Duets

(4 Hands).
Qrleg, Op. 16, Concert Am
Hndel, Concerto II in F
Meyerbeer, March from the Prophet
and Dance with Flambeaux B|> .
szko avsIsI, Op. 55, PolishDances

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2819
2507
2786
2826

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2798
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218/19
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2194
220
221
222/3

2668
1820

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Piano Solo.
Bach, Complete Piano Works:
Well tempered Clavichord. 48 Preludes* Fugues (Czerny).2 V., each
The same (Kroll). 2 Vols, each
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21 Short Preludes A 6 Fugues
.
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2- A 3-Part Diventions, complete
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Italian Concert, Chrom. Fantasia Ac.
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French Overture, Fant. Am. 4c. .
30 Variations
4 Toccatas
Toccata, Prelude, Fugues Ac. . .
Fantasias, Fugues Ac

3 Sonatas
4 Preludes, 3 Suites A 4 Fugues
2 Fantasias, Overture, Aria, Tocc.
Capriccio, 3 Menuets, 2 Fugues Ac.
16 Concerts d'apres Vivaldi
.
TheArtof Fugue, Music.Sacrifice ea.
Supplement. 55 Pieces . .
.
.

Concert, Dm
9 Favorite Preludes
14Favorite Pieces (Gav., Gigues Ac.)
Preludes A Fugues for Organ
by Liszt. 2 Books .... each
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.

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1801a/c
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144
768
196a/b

490
1300
1301
2172
371
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2721

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Bach, Ph. E., 6 Sonatas (Billow)


.
Bach, W. F., Fugues A Polonaises
Ballet- Album. (Ballets ofLully, Rameau,
Gluck, Mozart Ac). (Kleinmichel)
Beethoven, Complete Piano Works:

2101a/b
2671
276

Sonatas (Koehler A Schmidt) . .


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6 Sonatinas (Khler)
34 Pieces (Khler A Schmidt)
.
Variations (do.) 2 Vols.
each
.
Concerts (R. Schmidt), compl.
.
Easy Compositions (Khler)
.
9 Symphonies (Horn). 2 Vols, each
Septet Op. 20
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Violin Romances A Polonaise . .
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.
.
.
Favorite Songs (Kirchner)
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Pieces f. theYoung (Ruthardt)
Bendel, Op. 139, Am Genfer See .
.
Op. 139 No. 1, Sonntagsmorgen
Op. 139 No. 2, Promenade Chtelard.
Bosquet de Julie
.
Op. 139 No. 3, Mondscheinfahrt
Op. 139 No. 4, Cascade du Chaudron

1901
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1902
1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909
1910

.
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La Gondola

Diavolina
Spinning-Wheel
Sleeping Princess
Berens, Op. 61, Velocity. 4 Bks. each
Bertini, 12 Petits Morceaux .
.
.
.
Op. 100, 25 Etudes faciles . . .
Op. 29 A 32, Etudes
.
each
Beyer, Op. 101, Preparatory School .

277

Piano Solo.

jp cts

Brahms,

Hungar. Dances. 2 V. ea.


Op. 112, 4 Gipsy Songs (Kirchner)
Biilow, see Ph. Em. Bach, 6 Sonatas

see Scarlatti, 18 Pieces .


Chopin, Piano Works (Scholtz)
I.

14 Waltzes

The same. Superior Edition


II. 61 Mazurkas
III. 10 Polonaises

1900a/c

1900a
1900b
1900 c
2706
1926
1913
1927a
1927b
1920
2800
145
146a|d
147a/b
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2464
1101

2803

IV. 19 Nocturnes
V. 4 Ballades A 4 Impromptus
VI. 4 Scherzos A Fantasia Fm.
VII. 27 Etudes
VIII. 25 Preludes A 3 Rondos
IX. 3 Sonatas
X. 11 Miscellaneous Compositions
.

(Berceuse, Barcarolle Ac.)

1911
1912

XI. 2 Concerts
XII. 4 Concert-Pieces
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Pieces

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Larghetto from the Fm. -Concert


Romance from the Em. -Concert
10 Songs (Kirchner)
Christmas-Album (Friedlaender)
Clementi, 12 Sonatinas (Khler)
24Sonatas(KhlerARoitzsch).4V.ea
Gradus Vols. I., n.
. each

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Gradus, 26 select Studies (Kullak)


Prdludes et Exercices .
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Vol. III. (Meyerbeer: Robert, Hugenotten,
Prophet,
Afrikanerin,

Strauss- Album.

1376a
1387a

50

- bO

Operatic-Album. Vol.1. (Don Juan,

Stelbelt,

60
60

75

7b

each

Method

2259
'81

82
885
83
99
280
387
84
85
100
101
86
102
103
87
88
1811
1814
1374
1398
104
388
496
497
498
2687
386
389
390
89
1944
2045
2046
2047
2048
2691
105
1711
1712
1713
1737
1778
1779
2766
2767
2768
2769
2632
90
91
92
106
107
143

499
1941
93
108
469
2342
2343
2344
2345
2346
109
1396
1401
1809

94
95

Pieces.

Wohlfahrt, Op. 88, Popular

Scores for 2 Hands.


(Complete Operas Ac. without Words.)

75

.
.

March-Album (9
National-Hymns

posthumous
2314
2315
2316
2317
2318
2319
2320

1549

Scharwenka, X.,
.
Op. 40, 2 Polish Dances
Op. 42, Polonaise, I'm
Op. 43, Album. 2 Books , . each
Op. 47, 4 Polish Dances
Op. 48, Andante A Variations . .
Op. 49, 2 Menuets
Op. 50, 6 FantaBiest. 2 Books each
Op. 51 No. 1, Tarantella, Gm .
Op. 51 No. 2, Polonaise, C|m
Op. 62, 2 Sonatinas, Em., B[> each
Schmitt, J., Op. 248, 249, 8 Sonatinas
Musical Casket
Schubert, 10 Sonatas (Khler ASchmidt)

Schulhoff,

2305

< -

Mozart

....
....

(BDlow)
Op. 38, 5 Pieces

Scarlatti, 18 Pieces

1192

2302
2303
2304

2 Vols

by Grieg, Moszkowski,
Scharwenka)

....
16 Marches (Jadassohn) ....
10 Polonaises (Jadassohn)
Rosamond (Jadassohn) ....
Album. 22 Select Pieces
Pieces the Young (Ruthardt)

2301/30
2301

Sonaten

(Pieces

1309
1307
126
1311
726
1383
1310
1825
2711

2?.00a/e

Canon

134

129
134
133
130
1937
2246
789
2G89
1706
128
132
2341
1394a

716
1802
718
150

Scherzo, Presto,

50

Vo
bO

2114a/b

Spindler) (easy)
V. (Pieces by Raff)
VI. (Transcriptions by Raff)
.
VII. (Pieces by Blow, Liszt, Tausig,
Rubinstein)
VIII/IX. (Transcriptions by Jaell) ea.
X. (Transcriptions by Voss) .
XI. (Pieces by Kafka, Krug, Oesten,
Spindler, Voss) (very easy)
XII. (Pieces by Egghard, Kafka,
Krug, Tedesco) (very easy) .
XIII. (Pieces by Khe, Voss, Spindler)
(easy)
XIV. (Pieces by Raff)
XV. (Pieces by Bendel, Spindler) .
XVI. (Pieces by Bendel , Jensen,

Concert Op. 14, Fm


Concert Op. 64
Concert Pieces Op. 92

2806a/b
2809a/b

2331
2332
2333
2334
2335
2336
2337
2338
2339
2340
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2712
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764r

#*

No.

Overtures for 2 Hands.

Schumann , Sonatas Op. 11 A 22,


F|m., Gm
each

Album for the Young Op. 68,


Superior Edition
Album. Select Works (R. Schmidt)
4 Symphonies (Horn 4 Kirchner)
Overture, Scherzo A Finale Op. 52
Quintet Op. 44 (Kirchner)
Andante A Variations Op. 46
Oriental Pictures Op. 66 (Kirchner)
Bouquet of Songs Op. 39 (do.)
Woman's Love Op. 42 (do.)
Poet's Love Op. 48 (Kirchner)
Select Songs (Horn)
Faust-Fantasia
Pieces the Young (Ruthardt)
Seeling, Loreley
Concertstudies
Slndlng, Op. 24, 5 Pieces. 2 Bks. each
Op. 26, 7 Pieces. 2 Books each

Ac.)

35 Preparatory Studies to
Khler'g "Etuden-Album" . . .

Moszkowski) (easy)
.
IV. (Pieces by Jungmann, Oesten,

764b

2327
2328
2329
2330
1805

Ruthardt,

764c

764a

2326a/b

Salnt-Saens, Gavotte Op. 23; Mazurkas


Op. 21, 24, 66
Salon - Album.
(The most favourite
Drawing- Boom Pieces). 17 Vols.
I. (Pieces by Arditi, Badarzewska,
Goria, Kontski, Leybach,W61y,
Richards) (easy)
II: (Pieces by Jaell, Jungmann,
Richards, Voss) (easy) . . .
III. (Pieces by Grieg, Jaell, Jensen,

2537

cts

Piano Solo.

Piano Solo.

75

97
98

Adam, Postilion
Auber, Masaniello (Muette)

Mason A Locksmith (Macon)

Bach, St. Matthew-Passion


Beethoven, Fidelio

Egmont
Ruins of Athens
Prometheus
Norma
Soninambula
Puritani

75
75
75

Bellini,

Romeo
Boieldieu, Dame blanche
Jean de Paris
Water Carrier

Cherubinl,
Donizetti,

76
76
75
75
75
76

75
75
(2

Journees)

Lucia

75
75
75
75
50
50

L'Elisir d'Amore
Lucrczia Borgia
La Fille du Regiment
Flotow, Martha
Stradella
Armide
Orpheus

Gluck,

75

Alceste
Iphigenia in Aulis
Iphigenia auf Tauris
Halevy, Jdin
Hndel, Messiah
Haydn, Creation

50

75

Seasons

Herold, Zampa
Kreutzer, Night in
Lortzlng,

76
76

Granada

75

Zar

Waffenschmied
Undine

Wildschtz

Marschner,

Hans Heiling

Mehul, Joseph
Mendelssohn, St. Paul
Elijah

Midsummer Night's Dream


Hymn of Praise (Lobgesang)
Antigone
Athalia
Meyerbeer, Robert der Teufel
Hugenotten
Prophet
Afrikanern!
.

Moszkowski, Boabdil. . . .
Mozart, Don Juan
Figaro
Magic Flute (Zauberflte)

....

Seraglio
Titus
Cosi fan tutte ....
Requiem
Nicolai,

Merry Wives

Rossini,

Barber of Seville

Othello
Schubert, Rosamunde

Schumann, Paradise and Peri

Genovcva
Pilgrimage of the Rose

Manfred
Faust

Spohr, Jessonda
Verdi, Trovatore

Rigoletto
La Traviata
Weber, Freischtz ....
Obcron
Euryantbe
Preciosa

50

76
76
76
75
75
75
75
75
75

50
50
75
75
50
50
50

75
75
75
75

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No.

Piano ]>uets

cts

12
187a/b
995a/b

Arrangements by

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227a
1056
1057
285
9/10
985a/d
986a/b
987a/b

990
991
11
992a/e
2753
1487
183
2100a/b

370
1921/22
1923/24
1323
1979
2442
2440a

2440b
2441
2443a
2443b
2649
1060/1

996

Ulrich Ac.

Horn, Kirchner, Ruthardt,

997a/c

Bach, Organ Compositions. 2 V., each


3 Suites (Symphonies)
.
Suite for Orchestra No. 4, D .
Favorite Pieces
Bach, Ph. E., Symphony, D . . .
Bach, W. F., Concert for Organ, arr.
Beethoven, Original Compositions, cpl
9 Symphonies. 2 Vols.
.
each
11 Sonatas for Violin. 4 Vols., each
5 Sonatas for Cello. 2 Vols., each
7 String-Trios. 2 Vols.
each
7 Piano-Trios. 2 Vols.
.
each
17 String-Quart. 7 Vols.
.
each
3 String-Quintets
Piano-Quintet A 2 Sextets . .
Septet Op. 20
7 Cone. A Fant. Op.80. 5Vols.,each
Pieces f. the Young (Ruthardt)

999a/c

2752
1326

1978a

1978b

2720

2132
1109a/b

2058
2059
2165a/b
155a/c

Behr, Csrds-Album (9 Hungar.Danc.)


Bertlnl, Op. 97, 25 Etudes (easy) .
21 Hung. Dances. 2V., each
Bungert, Op. 16, German Bounds . .
Chopin, 8 Waltzes, 20 Mazurkas, each
4 Polonaises, 6 Nocturnes . each
Clement!, 4 Sonatas
6 Sonatinas Op. 36, arr. (Fingered)
Diabelli, 28 Melodious Studies Op. 149
5 Sonatinas Op. 24, 54, 58, 60
6 Sonatinas Op. 163
.
.
.
2 Sonat. mignonnes Op. 150
.

Brahms,

3
2

155d
2016

Sonatas Op. 32, 33, 37 . .


Sonatas Op. 38, 73
.
.
Dvorak, Polonaise
Enke, Op. 6 4 8, Melodious Exercises
on 5 Notes. 2 Books .
.
each
Fuchs, Op. 48, Dream Visions 2 V., each
Gade, Op. 18, 3 Marches
Goldmark, Op. 45, Scherzo . . .
.

2515a/b

1005
2718

2430
1439
2505
2719
2700
2419
2056
2156
2266
2432
2663
2659
2697
2698
2695a/b
2591
186a|d
993a/b
994a/d

2752
2596
725
1325
2473
1062
1006
728
1980
1382b
1011
2136

....

Grieg, Op.

11, Concert Overture

Op. 14, 2 Pieces symphoniques


Op. 16, Concert, Am. ...
Op. 19 No. Bridal procession
Op. 27, Quartet
Op. 34, 2 Elegiac Melodies
Op. 35, Norwegian Dances
Op. 37, Walzer-Capricen
Op. 40, Holberg-Suite
Op. 46, Peer Gynt-Suite I
Op. 55, Peer Gynt-Suite II
Op. 55 No. Arabian Dance
Op. 56, Sigurd Jorsalfar
Op. 56 No. 3, Triumphal March
Hndel,2Conc.Dm.AF.f.String-Orch
6 Organ Concerts, arranged
Haydn, 24 Symphonies. 4 Vols., each
8 Piano-Trios. 2 Vols.
each
15 String-Quartets. 4 Vols., each
Pieces the Young (Ruthardt)
2,

75

.
.

2,

50

75

50

f.

75

Hlller, Op. 106, Operet without Text


Hummel, Original Compositions
Septet Op. 74
Jensen, Op. 18, 3 Duets
Kalliwoda, Op. 27 A 169, Gr. Valses
Kiel, Op. 6, 2 Sonatinas
Kuhlau, Op. 44 A 66, 6 Sonatinas
Op. 20, 3 Sonatinas arr. (Fingered)
Lanner-Album. 6 Favorite Waltzes
Loeschhorn, Op. 51, 12 easy Pieces
O p. 182, 10 Duets for Children

....
....

1404a
1404b
1404c

Melodien- Album.

2020
2021
1715
1716a
1716b
1717
1718
1719
1720
1721
1722/23
1784
1788
2754
2775
2465
2125
2228
2748
2777
2620
2621

Dance-Melodies
(Felix):

120 Popular Melodies


.
58 Operatic Melodies
Mendelssohn, Original Compositions
2Symphon., Am., A (Scotch Altai.
3 Symphonies (Cm., B|>, Dm.)
Octet Op. 20
2 String-Quintets Op. 18, 87
4 String-Quartets Op. 12, 44
2 Piano-Trios Op. 49, 66
.
Piano - Concerts A Violin - Concert
45Songs,36Songs without Words, ea,
5 Marches
3 Preludes A Fugues for Organ, arr,
Pieces f. theYoung (Ruthardt)
Meyerbeer, March from the Prophet
and Dance with flambeaux B|>
.

1387/ 90b

1934
2042
1108
188a
188b
1064
1330

1950/3

111/2

378
382
113/4

115
379
377
380
116
1815
1375
1132
1133

Op. 8, 5 Waltzes
Op. 12, 5 Spanish Dances
Op. 43, Cortege A Gavotte
Op. 51, Dance with flambeaux
Op. 55. Polish Dances
.

Boabdil, Marches
Ballet - Music

(Malaguefia
Scherzo -Waltz, Moorish Fant.)

Printed by C. G.

Naumann,

Leipzig

1725/6
1727
1728
1729

1739
119/20
121

122
1329
1942
123
1485
2359
2360
2361
1075
1359
124
125
117
1102

Ruthardt,

Master and Pupil.


Exercises and Pieces for Beginners
Saint-Saens, 4 Poemes symphoniques
Salon-Album, (New). (10 Pieces by Grieg,
Hoszkowski, Dvorak etc.) 2 Vols each
Scharwenka,X., Op. 41, Suite deDanses

Op.

Waltzes
Schmitt, J., 8 Sonatinas. 2 Vols., each
Schubert, Orig. Compos. 3 Vols., each
Supplement. (Posthumous Works)
Album (30 Original Compositions)
16 Marches, complete
10 Polonaises, complete . . . .
80 Songs, arr. 4 Vols. .
each
Dances, arr. complete
Trios Op. 99, 100
Op. 29, Am. Op. posth. Dm. Quart.
Quintets Op. 114, 163
Octet Op. 166
4 Symphonies (C, Cm., B[>, Bm.)
44,

Symphony, C
Unfinished Symphony, Bm.
Pieces theYoung (Ruthardt)
Schumann, 33 Duets Op. 66,
109, 130
Impressions of the East85,
4 Symphonies
Overture, Scherzo A Finale
Piano Quintet Op. 44 ....
Piano Quartet Op. 47
3 String Quartets Op. 41
Piano Trio Op. 63
Andante A Variations Op. 46
Piano Concert Op. 54
Scenes of Childhood Op. 15
Album for the Young Op. 68
Pieces theYoung (Ruthardt)
.

1914
1982
2494
2164b
2490a/d
2468
1187b
1327
2212
2563
1898
1171
2362

2230a/h
2230i

1405
1406

f.

Kreutzer, Night in Granada .


.
Lortzing, Zar und Zimmermann

Waffenschmied
Mendelssohn, St. Paul, Elijah
Midsummer Night's Dream
Walpurgis Night
Athalia
Hymn of Praise (Lobgesang)
Mozart, Don Juan, Figaro
Magic Flute (Zauberflte)
Elopement (Entfhrung)
Requiem
.

each

each

Schumann, Paradise and Peri

Nicolai,

Rossini,

Merry Wives
Barber of Seville

Rosamunde

Schubert,

Genoveva
Faust

Spohr, Jessonda
Verdi, Trovatore
Weber, Freischtz

Oberon
Euryanthe
Preciosa
Two

2200ajb

Pianos

4 Hands.

Bach, 2 Concerts, C, Cm.


Chopin, Rondo Op. 73
Clementi, 2 Sonatas

Grieg,

each

Op. 51, Romance AVariations

2d Piano to his Concert Op. 16 .


2d Piano to 4 Sonat. by Mozart, each

Kirchner, Op. 86, 7 Waltzes

Hungarian Fantasia (in Score)


Mozart, Original Compositions . . .
Concert, E^
Raff, Op. 82 No. 12, Tarantelle
.
.
Reinecke, Op. 125, Gluck's Gavotte .
fRubinstein, Op. 25, Concert (in Score)
Schumann, Andante A Variations Op. 46
t Solos with Ace. of a 2d Piano.
fLIszt,

Two

f.

2272a/b
1794a/b

Striding, Op. 21, Symphony in Dm.


.
Smetana, Quartet
Spindler, Op. 296, 6 Sonatinas, each
Spohr, Nocturne Op. 34, arr.
.
Strauss-Album I. (For Cont. see 2 Hds.)
do.
II. to V
(do.)
each
do.
VI. toVIH
(do.)
each
Strauss (The elder), 12 Favorite Dances
.

1730
1785
1407
2273 a/c
1866a
1866b
2363a/d
2364
1226
1408

Suppe, 6 Marches

Wagner, Kaisermarsch, arr


Weber, Orig. Compositions, complete
Pieces Op. 21, 62, 65, 72, arr.
.
Concertstilck Op. 79
Wohlfahrt, Op. 87, Children's Friend

Pianos 8 Hands.

Beethoven, 8 Symphonies (Kirchner) ea.

Symphony No.
Septet Op. 20
4 Overtures

9,

Dm

Haydn, 6 Symphonies (Kirchner) 2V. ea.


Mendelssohn, 2 Symphonies, Am. A, ea.
5 Overtures
Wedding March A Athalia - March
Mozart, 4 Overtures
3 Symphonies, C, Gm., Ep, each
Schubert, Symphony, C (Kirchner) .
Unfinished Symph., Bm. (Kirchner)
Schumann, 4 Symphonies (Kirchner) ea.
Overtures Genoveva and Manfred
Wagner, Kaisermarsch
Weber, 4 Overtures

60

Hands.

Beethoven, 11 Overtures
Bellini, Rossini, 8 Overtures .
.
.
.
Boieldieu, Herold, Auber, 8 Overtures
Cherubini, 8 Overtures
Donizetti, Kreutzer, Nicolai, 3 Overtures
Flotow, 5 Overtures
Gluck, Haydn, Mehul, Paer, 8 Overtures
Marschner, 3 Overtures
.
Mendelssohn, 10 Overtures
.
.
.
Mozart, 10 Overtures
Schubert, Spohr, Lindpaintner, 8 Overt.

Schumann,

Violin
75

00
75

7 Overtures

Suppe, 12 Overtures. 2 Vols.


each
Weber, 10 Overtures
Album of 40 Overtures. 4 Vols., each
For Contents see Overt. 2 Hands.
.

50

1134/5

50

118

Auber, Masaniello (Muette)


Bach, St. Matthew-Passion
Beethoven, Fidelio, Egmont

50

Norma, Somnambula

Boieldieu,

Dame

blanche

Jean de Paris

each

....

...

Water Carrier (2 Journees)


Cimarosa, Matrimonio segreto
Cherublni,

Donizetti, Lucia
La Fills du

Flotow, Martha
Gluck, Orpheus
Hndel, Messiah

...

Haydn, Creation, Seasons


Herold,

Zampa

Regiment

each

Solos.

283
1381
1985

Fiorillo,

1897a/b
1897c
2031a/b

1819a/c
2593
2594

each

&

Bach, 6 Sonatas (Hellmesberger) .


*Casortl, Technic of the Bow . .
Dancla, Op. 68, 15 Etudes faciles .
Op. 73, 20 Etudes brill, et caract
Op. 74, Ecole du Mecanisme
Etuden-Album. 40 Studies by Dancla
Fiorillo, Kreutzer, Mazas, Rode Ac

284
.

Ruins of Athens
Missa solemnis

Bellini,

Schools

228a
2516
1078
1079
1080
2062

2127a/c
2692a/b

Scores for 4 Hands.


110
381

Moszkowski,

749
787
720/3
719
770
771
772
773
1892
127
768
2753
2347
2347a
2348
2349
2350
2351
2352
2353
2354
2355
2356
2357
2754
2704
2701
2597 a/f
1042
1376b

136
141
140
137
1938
2246
788
2690
1724
135
139
2358
1395a/b
138

Haydn, Mozart
(Ruthardt)
Beethoven, Schubert
(do.)
Mendelssohn, Schumann (do.)
RIelodien-Album. (Khler) :
55 Popular Melodies
.
.
.
47 Operatic Melodies . . .

1945
2049
2050

Violin.

34 March-

Overtures for

25

Piano-Quartets A Quintet
10 String -Quartets. 3 Vols., each
6 String-Quintets. 2 Vols. . each
6 Piano-Concerts. 3 Vols.
each
Pieces f. theYoung (Ruthardt)
Onslow, 2 Sonatas, Em., Fm. . .
Pianoforte-Album
I. 12 Duets by Haydn, Mozart, Kuhlau,
Clementi, Beethoven, Weber .
II. 14 Pieces by Haydn, Mozart, Schubert, Chopin, Mendelssohn, arr.
Raff, Op. 82, 12 Duets. 2 Vols., each
Op. 82 No. 12, Tarantelle
.

p" Masters for the Young

2752
2753
2754

2561a/b
2562

No.

Scores for 4 Hands.

Mozart, Original Compositions, compl.


12 Symphonies. 2 Vols. . . each
7 Piano-Trios. 2 Vols.
.
.
each

jp cts

Piano Duets.

(4 Hands).

224/6

No.

2640
2118
1984
2109
2211
281
19S3
1472
2500
1867
1936
2564
2722a

(Hermann)
36 Etudes (Hermann)

Gavinies, 24 Matine"es (Hermann)


*Griinwald, First Studies .
.
.
*Hermann, Violin-School. 2 Vols., each
*
2d Violin to the same
Op. 20, 100 Studies for Beginners

...

2 Vols
School of Scales.

each

*
3 Vols. . each
Hohmann,Violin-School,Vol.IAIIeach
Kreutzer, 40 Etudes (Hermann)
.
.

Mazas, Op. 36, 75 Studies. 3 Vols., each


Op. 80, 8 easy Melodies (Herrn.)
.
Op. 81, 8 Melodies (Hermann)

.
Petite Methode (Hermann) .
.
Melodien- Album. 67 Favorite Melodies
.
Paganini, 24 Caprices (Becker) .
.
.
.
Petri, 5 Etudes d'Artistes
.
Rode, 12 Studies (Hermann). . . .
24 Caprices (David)
Rode, Kreutzer, Baillot, Violinschule .
.
.
.
Rust, 2d Sonata, B|, (Singer)
.
*Spohr, Violin-School (Schrder)
Strauss, Joh., Jos. & Ed., 30 Dances .
Strauss (.The elder! & Lanner, IS Dances
Vieuxtemps, Op. 16, 6 Concert Studies
Violin-Album for Beginners
.

....

'English

A German

Text.

Bei Bestellungen wolle

man

nur die

JijJl 1 lOJN 1

Nummern angeben.
No.

Violine solo.
Bach, 6 Sonaten.

1793

Fiorlllo, 36 Etden.
Gaviuies, Etoilon.
GrHnwald, Die ersten Hebungen.

1734
1735b
1786

Hermann, aa$~ Violinschnle.

Violine zur Violinschule.


100 Etden fr Anfanger Op. 20.
Tonleiter- und Lagenschule.
Kreutzer. 40 Etden.
Mazas, Op. 36 I Etudes special.
Op. 36 II Etudes brillantes.
2.

Op. 36 III Etudos d'Artistes.


Op. 80, 8 Melodies faciles.
Op. 81, 8 Melodies,
l'agunini. 24 Capricen.
Kode, 12 Etden.
24 Capricen.
Rode,Kreutzer,Baillot:Violinsehule.
Spohr, Violinschule.
Strauss (Vater) u. Lanner : 18 Tnze.
Vieuxtenips, Op. 16, 6 Etden.

Etuden-Album (Berhmte Etden


Mazas, Kreutzer, Rode etc.).
Melodien-Album (Volks-, Opern-

v.

u.

Tanzmelodien).

Rvuni, Op. 34, 6 Duos faciles.


Gebauer, Duos faciles. Op. 10.
Hauptmann, Duos Op. 2.
Hermann,Violinschule s. Violine solo.
Jansa, Duos Op. 46, 74, 81.
Kalliwoda, Duos, Op. 178181.
Mazas, 12 petits Duos Op. 38
6 Duos Op. 39.
Op. 40, 6 Duos brillants.

2193a/b

1333
1334
1335
2476
1990
1991
2568a/e

1094
1095a/d

1338
1339
1341
2204
156a
156b
1412
2274
2275
2267
2360
2367
236F
2369a/d

Op. 46, 6 Duos faciles.


Duos faciles Op. 60.
Duos faciles Op. 61.
Op. 62, 3 Duos progressifs.
Duos abecedaires Op. 85.
Op. 70, 12 petits Duos.
Op. 71, 6 D n os concertants.

2370a
2370b
2371

2372
1096
2496
2499

Mendelssohn, Lieder ohne Worte.


Pleyel, Duos Op. 8, 48, 59 (David).
Op. 23, 24, 61, Duos.
3 Duos faciles.
Schubert, Lieder (Hermann).
Schumann, Stcke a.d. Jugendalbum
Op. 68.
Spohr, Op. 3, 9, 39, 67, 148, 150, 153.
Tiottij Duos Heft I XIII.
Melodien-Album Bd. I. Volksmelod.
Bd. H. Opernmelodien.
Bd. III. Marsch- u. Tanzmelodien.
uverturen-Album (Ouvertren von
Mozart, "Weber).

1097a/f
1098a/f

2061
1935
1099a'b

2569
2570
2571

2572
2573
2574
2575
2576
2577afb

2578

Tioline

nnd Klavier.

Bach, 2Concerte(Am. E.)(Hermann).


6 Sonaten (David).

6 Sonaten fr Flte oder Violine


und Klavier (David).
Suite, Sonate

Fuge.
6 Solo-Sonatenund
mit Klavier.
Chaconne mit Klavierbegleitung.
Beethoven, Smmtl.
David).
Smmtl. Variat. u.Sonateni
Rondos
Concert u. Romanzen (Wilhelmj).
Serenade Op 8 (Hermann).
Smmtl. Violoncell-Sonaten arr.
Horn-Sonate Op. 17 (Hermann).
Smmtl. Streich-Trios (do.).
Quartette Op. 18
Septett Op. 20. (Hermann).
9 Sinfonien
Berhmte Stcke.
(do.).

(Sitt).

2579a/c

2580
2581
2582a
2582b
1100a/d
191

2015
1413a/c
1348

2280

729a
729b
729c
2028a/b

Laub, Romanze Op.

Baff,

Op. 73, 78, 128, 129, 145,


5 Sonaten.
Rode, Air varie.
Concert 4, 6, 7, 8 (Hermann).
Rubinstein, Op. 13, Sonate.
Op. 46, Violinconcert.
Rnst, Sonate I Dmoll, (David).
Sauret, Cavatine, Aubade mauresque.
Danse polonaise Op. 33.
Schubert, Sonatinen (David).
Duos Op. 70, 159, 160, 162 (David).
Mrsche.

Cdur-Sinfonie (Sitt).
Hmoll-Sinfonie (do.).
Ausgewhlte Lieder (Sitt).
Schumann, Fantasiestck Op. 73
(Hermann).
Sonaten Op.l05u. 121 (Hermann).
Fantasie Op. 131 (Hermann).
Smmtliche 4 Sinfonien (Sitt).
Ausgewhlte Stcke (Sitt).
Stcke aus Op. 68 (Sitt).
Ausgewhlte Lieder (Sitt).
Mrchenbilder Op. 113 (Hermann).
Spohr, Polonaise Op 40.
Op. 127, 6 Salonstcke
Op. 135 No. 1, Barcarole.
6 Salonstcke Op 145.
Concert 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11.
3 Adagios aus den Quatuors.
Strauss (Vater), Beliebte Tnze.
Tartini, Sonaten.
Vieuxtenips, Op. 7, 3 Romanzen.
Op. 8, 4 Romanzen.
Op. 9 Hommage Paganini
Op. 17 Yankee doodle.
Op. 18 Fantaisie sur Norma.
Op. 19 Deuxieme Concert.
Op. 27 Fantaisie slave.
Op. 29 Andante et Rondo.
Op. 33 Bouquet americain, 2 Hefte.
Op. 33 No. 5 Letzte Rose.
Op. 34, 3 Mrchen, 3 Hefte.
Op. 35 Fantasia appassionata.
Op. 38 Ballade et Polonaise.
Op. 43 Suite (Preludio, Minuetto,

Griitzmacher. Etden Op 38.


Kummer, Etden, Op. 57 (leicht).

1939

394

2413
2548
1997
2207
1993
2234a/b

2104

2105

2599
2372

Op 155 Violoncell-Schule.
Etden, Auswahl aus Op. 47,

2532a/c

2169

Violoncell
239
2063
748
149
748b
1928a
1918

2284
2447
1996

und Klavier.

Bach, J. S., 3 Sonaten.


Bach, Ph. Em., Sonate.
Beethoven, Smmtliche Sonaten.

Marsch- u. Tanzmelodien.

2157
1995
1735a
1738

2224
2170

1343ak
2023a
2023b
2373

2374
2375
2376
2181

29

Klavier -Quartett
Rondo).

und

(Adagio

Schumann,

Streichquartette Op. 41.


Klavierquartett Op. 47.
Spohr, Op. 4 No. 1, 2, Op. 46 No. 2
Streichquartette.
Weber, Klavierquartett Op. S.

Walzer, Nocturnes etc. (Grtzmacher).


Davidoff, Silhouett. Op. 41(4 Stcke).
S1K~ Violoncell-Schule.
Goltermann, 2 Pieces de Salon
Op. 13.
Duo Op. 15.
Duo Op. 25.
4 Salonstcke Op. 96.

Stimmen

Beethoven, Quintette

Op.

4,

29,

104, 137.

18
19
169
776
2381

Quintette.

Mozart, 5 berhmte Streichquintette.


Die anderen 5 Streichquintette
Schubert. Forellen-Quintett Op. 114.

Streichquintett Op. 163.


Klavierquintett

Schumann,

Op

44.

Septett und Octette


(Stimmen).
2446
1782
1849

Beethoven, Septett Op .
Mendelssohn. Octett Op. 20.
Schubert, Octett Op. 166.

Gl'ieg,

Sonate Op. 36.


Sonate.
Mendelssohn , Orig.-Compositionen.
Lieder ohne Worte (Grtzmacher).

Orgel.
240
241/3

Hummel,

MoSzkOWSki

244
245J6

247

Guitarre.

Mozart, Sonate.
Romberg, lOConcerte (Grtzmacher).

2067
2178a'd

Nationallieder Op. 42, 46, 65 fdo.).


Concertstcke Op. 50, 51, 61 (do.).
Schumann, Allegro Op. 70, Fantasiestcke Op. 73, Stcke im Volkston

2178a
2178b
2178c
2178d
2410
2235a
2235b
2235c
2239

Op. 102.
Concert Op. 129

(Grtzmacher).

Ausgewhlte Stcke
(do ).
Ausgewhlte Lieder
(do.).
Klassische Stcke, 3 Bnde.
Lieder und Arien mit Klavier und
Violoncell (Bach
Mozart, Schubort etc.).

Band

(Volks-

melodien).
Band II (Opernmelodien).

2607
1744
2415
2281
2240a/b
2244a

Bnch,.I.S., Smmtl. Orgelwerke:


I Sonaten, Passacaglia. PastoraleII, III, IV Prludien und Fugen,

Toccaten, Fantasien.
V Kurze Choralvorspiele.
VI, VH Grosse Choralvorspiela.
VIII Concerte, Kl. Prludien
IX Fugen, Choralvorspielc
Album (Wolfrain) 4 progr. Bnde.
etc.

e'.c.

I Chorle, Kleine Chor.-.; vorspiele.


H Choralvorspielo.
III Prludien, Fantasien etc.
IV Prludien und Fugen, Toccat.
Fischer, M. G., Album (Palme i.
Herzog, Op. 30, Allgem. Vorspiele.

Bach, Trios

fr

und

2 Violinen

und

Klavier.

231
166a
166b

Concert fr 2 Violinen u. Klavier.


Beethoven, Klavier- Trios Band
Klavier-Trios. Band II (Septett
Sinfonie).
und
Smmtliche Streich Trios und
I.

194

(046

kurze Compositionen alter und


neuer Meister.).
Liszt, Ave Maria d'Arcadelt.
Mendelssohn, Smmtl. Orgelwerke.
Mozart, Fmoll-Fantasio (Glaus}.
Rinck-Albuiii (Hnloinl.
Ritter. Praktische Orgelschule.
Schneider, Podalstudien
Op. 07

Trios.
237

Choralvorspiele.

Chorle und Nachspiele.


Krner, Praktischer Organist

48.

2382
2216
3S3a
383b
3S3c

Schumann, Bach-Fugen

2450

Album

Op. 60.
Sclnvencbe, Choralvorspiele
Orgel-Album. Bd.I leicht(Volckmar).
Bd. II mittelschwer
(i
Bd. III schwer
(do.).
Praeludien-Albiim (100 Praeludien
in allen gebruchlichen Tonarten).

Serenaden.

Chopin. Klavier-Trio Op. 8.


Havdn. Smmtliche Klavier-Trios.
H"nmmei,K)avier-Trios Op. 12.83,93.
Kiel, Op. 33 Klavier-Trio.

2451a

fr Violine

und

Oiirel

(Wcr-

mann).
Arien fr Sopran und Orgel (Kothe).

Harmonium.

Mendelssohn, Smmtliche KlavierTrios.

Mendelssohn, Berhmte Ouvertren


Mozart, Beihmte Ouvertren.
Suppe, Ouvertren (Dichter und
Bauer etc.).
Weber, Berhmte Ouvertren.

193
1419
2206
1077a/b
167

Mozart, Smmtliche Klavier-Trios.


Streich-Trio Esdur

Reissiger, Klavier-Trios.

1344
1420
1421

Yiola.

2377
2378
2495
1473

Mozart, 2 Duos

fr Viola u. Violine.
concertante fr Violine,

Viola und Piano.


Pleyel, Op. 69, 3 Duos fr Violine
und Viola.
Schumann, MHrchenbilder fr Viola
und Pia no, Op. 113.

Album.

2086
2179

Schumann.
Praeludien-Album s Orgel.
Kcinhard, Harmonium-Sehule.

2489
15
289
2138

do.

Op. 59, 74, 95.

do. Op. 127, 130-133, 135.


Bangert, Op. 18 Klavierquartett.
Cherubini, 3 Streichquartette.

Diltersdorf, Streichquartett.

Grieff,

Op. 27 Streichquartett.

281/35

2417
2017

16 berhmte Streichquartette.

Herltte-Viardot, Klavierquartett.

. Naumann in Leipzig.

(do.)
(do.)
(do.)

v.

Beethoven.

v.

Mozart.

ibert.

T.Bach n Hndel.
pin und

Bach, 6 Sonaten fr Flto u. Piano.


Demnitz. Clarinett-Sohule.
Garibaldi, Die ersten Cebnngen fr
'

Flte.
2018a,b

Handel, 6 Sonaten

und

Flte

fr

Piano.
2066

Haydn, Violiu-Sonaten
und Piano.

2418

Hinke. Oboe-Schule.

1238/40
1775

2276
2268a b

Haydn, Smmtl. S3 Streichquartette

do.
do.
do.
do.
do.

(do.
(do.)

Blasinstrumente.

Fantasiestcke Op. 88.

Becker, Alb.. Op. 19 Klavierquartett.


Beethoven, Klavier-Quartett Op. 16.
Streichquartette Op. 18, No. 10.

Art

Oratorien und Opern etc.).


(Bibl) Compos v. Mendelssohn.

384e
384f
381g
384h
384 i
384k

Quartette (Stimmen).
2065
294
195a
195b
195c
1405
1346
2192

(Stapf) (Lieder.

80, 110.

Spohr, Op. 119 Klavier-Trio.


Weber, Klavier-Trio Op. 63.

fr Piano

3S4a'd

Violine und Violoncell.

Octett arr. fr Klavier, Violine,


und Violoncell.
Schumann, Klavier-Trios Op. 63,

Viola, Op. 15.

und Viola, Op. 25.


Hoffmeister, Etden fr Viola.
Jansa, Duos fr Viola und Violine.
Kallhroda , 6 Nocturnes fr Piano
und Viola.
2 Duos fr Viola und Violine,

Symphonie concertante frVioline,


Viola, und Piano.

Schubert, Smmtliche Klavier-Trios.


Nocturne Op. 148.
Cdur-Quintett arr. fr Klavier,

Beethoven, Romanzen Op. 40 u. 50


fr Piano und Viola.
Campagnoli, 21 Caprices fr Viola.
Goltermann, Duo fr Piano und

C.

Op

Streichquartette

125, Op. posth. Dmoll.


Op. 161, 168, Op. posth. Cmoll.

Boccherini, Streiehquintett.
Hummel, Klavierquintett Op. 87.
Mendelssohn, Smmtliche Streich-

753
1345
1740

Beethoven, Berhmte Ouvertren.

Druck von

'

1997
2207
2064

1919

Bellini, Rossini, Berhm. Ouvertur.


Donizetti,
Kreutzer,
Nicolai,

Symph.

Schubert,

2231
1422
1743

2.

Opemmelodien.

Opern-Album.

2177

Scholz, Op. 46 Streichquartett.

Op. 3.

Duo

2379
2380

Smmtliche Streichquartette.
Mozart, Klavierquartett (Ginoli, Es).
10 berhmte Streichquartette.
Die anderen 17 Streichquartette.

Horn-Sonate. Op. 17.


Smmtliche Variationen.
Chopin, Sonaten Op. 65, Polonaise

730b

168b
1347

599

Dotzauer, Op. 52, 58, 63, 156, 159,


Pieces pour les Commeneans.
Romberg, 3 Sonaten Op. 43

Volksmelodien.

1742
272
16
17
1497
168a

Quintette
2 Violoncelli.

Melodien-Album.

Klassische Stcke. 3 Bnde


Lieder-Album mit Klavier u. Violine
(Hauptmann,Kalliwoda,Reinecke).
Reinecke, Liebeslieder mit Violine
und Piano

54,

Studien, Op. 106 (mittelschwer).

730a

Aria, Gavotte).
Op. 43 No. 4 Gavotte.
Viotti, Concert 22, 23, 28, 29 (Herin.).
Weber, Smmtl. Sonaten (David).
Perpetuum mobile (David).

Mendelssohn, Smmtliche Klavier-

Schrder, Die ersten Uebungen.

1418a/c

Op. 208.
1414
2206

Violoncell-Schule.
Dotzauer, 12 ebnngsstcke. Op.107,

70, 120, 158, 160, progressiv.

Ouvertren.
1736
392
1449

Davidolt,

fr Violine und Klavier.


393
494

1417a/b

2248
2107
1994

numeros.

Quartette.

Viola- (Bratschen-) Schule.


fr Viola und Violine
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Spohr, Duo

nach, 6 Sonaten (Grtzmacher).

1741

und Viola.

I
II
Ill

suffit d'indiqutr les

Quartette (Stimmen).

Op. 39 Albumbltter fr Piano

238a
2447
2077
2530
2531a, b

Nardini, 2 Sonaten.

Ouvertren

i.

Polonaise Op. 8.
Mendelssohn. Concert (Becker).
Sonate (Heimann).
Sinfonie Amoll und Adur (Sitt).

Violoncell solo.

192a/c

Crrieg,

Silt

Spanische

Paganini, Moto perpetuo, Carneval,


Palpiti, Le Streghe (Becker).
Concert I (Becker).

Bd.
Bd.
Bd.

il

No.

2,

Melodien-Album :

Field, Nocturnes (Hermann).


G olt ermau i), 2 Pieces de Salon Op. 13.

2588
1415

(do.).

Op. 45 No. Guitarre (Sarasate).


Mozart, Smmtliche Sonaten.
Sonatinen-Stze.
2 Concerto (A u. Es) (Hermann).
4 Sinfonien (Hermann).
3 Quartette (do.).
3 Quintette (do.).

Bruch, Violin-Concert Op. 26.


Chopin, Walzer, Mazurkas .Nocturnes.

Sonate I, Op. 8, Fdur.


Op. 12, Lyrische Stcke.
Sonate II, Op. 13, Gdur.
Op. 35, Norwegische Tnze.
Violoncell- Sonate Op. 36, arrang.
Sonate HI, Op. 45, Cmoll.
Op. 46, Peer Gynt-Suite I.
Brautzug, Carneval (Sauret).
Lieder (Sauret), 2 Bnde.
Hndel, 6 Sonaten.
Hauptmann, 6 Sonaten Op. 5 u. 23.
Hauser, Op. 34, Vglein im Baume.
Op. 37, 4 Lieder ohne Worte.
Op. 43, Ungarische Rhapsodie.
Op. 44, Amerikanische Rhapsodie.
-- Op. 45, Irlndische Rhapsodie.
Op. 47, Schottische Rhapsodie.
Lieder ohne Worte.
Hii.vdn, Smmtl. Sonaten (David).
6 Sinfonien (Hermann), 2 Bde.
6 Quartette (Hermann).
Hermann, Kleine Vortragsstcke.
Jansa, Opernfround IXII.
Jensen, Wanderbilder.
Kalliwoda, Walzer, Op. 103.
Kreutzer, Concert 13. 14, 18, 19.
Lanncr-Album (Beliebte Walzer).

2549

Mrsche.

Moszkowski,

commandes

les

Tnze.

2529
14
2595

2168a/b

2 Violinen.

2167

Pour

Viola.

Mendelssohn, Ausgew. Lieder (Sitt).


Lieder ohne Worte (Hermann).

Violoncell-Compositionen

1 ililvS.

No.

mid Khmer.

Tioline

_Ci

1868
2-'77a,b

arr.

f.

Flte

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Mendelssohn. Lieder ohi
Flte und Piano.
Popp, Erster FIBtennnterricht

Klassische Stcke fr
Piano.

51

Strauss-Album
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Fl.

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