Arthur Honegger

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APPENDIX ONE

Chronological List of Works

After each number in the chronological order ("opus number"), which is normally preceded by an "H" for Honegger or for Halbreich, the number of the category of the work, as defined in the body of the book in Part Two, is found in parentheses. To facilitate cross-reference with the text, the works are also grouped according to the nine biographical chapters of Part One. Chronological order for the present list was determined by the final completion date of each piece or group of pieces, including the orchestration. For example, Horace victorieux, which was composed before Le Roi David but orchestrated after it, is here listed afterward. I have had to make certain exceptions to this rule, as in the case of the incidental music to The Tempest, for example. Honegger worked on this between 1923 and the end of 1929, but the Prelude and Two Songs for Ariel, which are its best-known parts and the only ones so far published, go back at least to 1923. There is also the case of the ballet La Naissance des couleurs, which was written in 1940 but not orchestrated until 1948. To have held rigidly to the general principles would have led to some absurd situations.


CHAPTER ONE

Childhood Attempts
I.(11) Philippa, May-July 1903
IA. (4A) Overture to Philippa, August 1907
II. (11) Sigismond, c. 1904 -- Lost
III .(11) La Esmeralda, 1907 -- Unfinished
IIIA. (4A) Overture to La Esmeralda, 1907
IV. (10) Oratorio du Calvaire (Calvary Oratorio), 1907 -- Lost
V. (8) Three Early Songs, 1906-1908? -- Lost
VI. (3) Six Early Sonatas for violin and piano, March-July 1908
1. (1) Three Pieces for piano (Scherzo, Humoresque, Adagio), 1909- 1910
2.(4) Adagio for violin andpiano, c. 1910 -- Lost

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