Hans Von Bülow: A Life and Times

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Appendix II
Complete Catalogue of Bülow’s
Compositions, Transcriptions, and Editions1

(A) ORIGINAL WORKS

Piano

op. 2. Arabesques en forme de variations sur un thème favori de l’opéra ‘Rigoletto’ de Verdi. Dedicated to Mons. J. N. Dunkl. Pest, 1853; Rószavölgyi. Mainz, 1855; Schott cat. no. 13793.

op. 3. Marche héroïque d’après des motifs hongrois populaires. Pest, 1853; Mainz, 1855. Schott cat. no. 13832.

op. 4. Mazurka-Impromptu. Dedicated to Countess Elisa Mycielska. Breslau, 1855; revised edition, Breslau, 1862. Leuckart cat. no. 1018.

op. 6. Invitation à la Polka. Morceau de Salon. Dedicated to his friend and co-disciple Dionys Pruckner. Breslau, 1855/1862. Leuckart cat. no. 1044.

op. 7. Rêverie fantastique. Respectfully dedicated to Princess Marie de Hohenzollern. Breslau, 1855/1862. Leuckart cat. no. 1047.

op. 11. Ballade for piano. Dedicated to his friend Louis Ehlert. The motto at the head of the score runs: ‘O poète! je vais dans ton âme blessée/Remuer jusqu’au fond de ta profonde pensée’ [‘O Poet! I am going to stir your profound thought right to the core of your wounded soul.’]. Victor Hugo, from ‘Les Voix intérieures’. Mainz, 1854. Schott cat. no. 14076.

1. The first worklist was compiled by Marie von Bülow, in BAS (part 2), pp. 291–300. For the most exhaustive catalogue, complete with annotations and commentaries, see HansJoachim Hinrichsen in HMIB, pp. 371–402.

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