Haydn, Mozart, & Beethoven: Studies in the Music of the Classical Period

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Index of Works
References to illustrations and musical examples are indicated by bold type.
Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel:
Heilig289-90
Bach, Johann Christian:
Sextet in C major for oboe, violin, two horns, violoncello and keyboard 13-15, 16-18, 19
Sonata for keyboard, flute and violin 18
Beethoven, Ludwig van:
'Abendlied unterm gestirntem Himmel' WoO 150 264
'Adelaide' op. 46 262
An die ferne Geliebte op. 98 258, 259, 260, 265, 276, 278, 279
Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage op. 112 260
Christus am Oelberge op. 85 269, 290
Canon 'Auf einen, welcher Hoffmann geheissen' WoO 180 292
Canon 'Auf einen, welcher Schwenke geheissen' WoO 187292
Concerto for piano op. 37 152, 158, 162
Concerto for piano, violin and violoncello op. 56 186
Conversation books 289, 299
extracts from theoretical writings on fugues 294-6, 297, 298
Fidelio90, 258, 259, 260-1, 268, 270-1, 277
Gellert Lieder op. 48 262
Die Geschöpfe des Prometheus op. 43 186, 230
'Grosse Fuge' for string quartet op. 133 272
March for military band WoO 24 213-23
Mass op. 86 288, 293
Missa Solemnis op. 123 275, 286, 294, 299
Overture to Coriolanus op. 62 152, 167-8
Overture to Egmont op. 84 153-4, 158, 269-70, 277
Overture to Prometheus186
Quartet for piano, violin, viola and violoncello WoO 36 no. 1 153-5
Quartets for strings op. 18 175, 178
Quartet for strings op. 18 no. 1 272
Quartet for strings op. 18 no. 4 152, 159-60
Quartet for strings op. 18 no. 6 272
Quartet for strings op. 59 no. 1 179, 194
Quartet for strings op. 59 no. 2 153, 158, 163, 194, 263, 264, 269
Quartet for strings op. 95 153-4, 156, 158, 160
Quartet for strings op. 130 90, 272, 273
Quartet for strings op. 131 90, 153
Quartet for strings op. 132 90, 153, 273, 294, 300
Quartet for strings op. 135 172, 179, 265
Quintet for strings op.29 193
The Ruins of Athens op. 113 217
Sketches 181, 190-1, 193, 226-7, 228, 229-30, 234
'Eroica' sketchbook 181, 190-1, 193
'Wielhorsky' sketchbook 226-7, 228, 229-30, 234
Sonata for piano op. 2 no. 1 153, 155, 157-8, 166, 172
Sonata for piano op. 10 no. 1 152, 158
Sonata for piano op. 13 152, 154-5, 158, 162-3, 178
Sonata for piano op. 14 no. 1 (and arr. for quartet) 175-6, 177, 178-80
Sonata for piano op. 26 178
Sonata for piano op.27 no. 2 153
Sonata for piano op. 31 no. 2 153, 156, 163, 166
Sonata for piano op. 49 no. 1 153
Sonata for piano op. 57 153, 163, 168
Sonata for piano op. 81a 169
Sonata for piano op. 90 153
Sonata for piano op.102 90
Sonata for piano op. 110 273, 274
Sonata for piano op. 111 90, 152, 171-3, 231
Sonata for piano WoO 47 no. 2 153

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