About Moscheles

Publications List

The following post is a list of Moscheles works. I have located a lot of Moscheles’ publications that not only do not have an Opus Number, but they have not been catalogued as well. The following includes only his catalogued music.

A thematic catalogue of Moscheles’ works exists and it was firstly published in 1858 by Kistner, and reprinted in 1966. (Thematisches Verzeichniss im Druck erschienener Compositionen von Ignaz Moscheles). Charlotte Moscheles in her book Aus Moscheles Leben includes at the end ‘A Complete Catalogue of Compositions’. Unfortunately, the list is incomplete. The Thematic Catalogue by Kistner includes Moscheles compositions until Op. 136, whereas Charlotte until Op. 142. Both catalogues include a second list with published compositions without an Opus number. The list provided by IMSLP includes a few more works without Opus numbers, and Mark Kroll liste further more compositions in his book Ignaz Moscheles and the Changing World of Musical Europe, (Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell Press, 2014). The following list I created is based on the sources I have just mentioned. I have located many more published compositions, and even compositions I know that were published through researching 19th century newspapers and periodicals, however I only list uncatalogued music that I have found recordings of.

In the following list, where available I link a music score and a video recording of the piece. I have also created the following playlist on YouTube for Moscheles’ works. It includes videos by various pianists all over the world. There are also quite a few CD’s recorded of Moscheles’ music, for instance by Hyperion Records, but since they are not available online for free I have not included any recordings from them.

List of works with Opus Number

  • Op.1       Variations on a Theme from Mehul’s Opera, Une Folie for the pianoforte
  • Op.2       Ten Variations on a Favourite Air from the Opera Die Dorfbarbier for the pianoforte
  • Op.3       Polonaise in D major for the pianoforte  Listen ♬
  • Op.4       New Sonatine easy and popular for the pianoforte
  • Op.5       Variations on a Favourite Air by Weigl, ‘Wer hörte wohl jemals mich klagen?’ for the pianoforte
  • Op.6       Variations on an Austrian National Air, ‘Müsts ma nix in Uebel aufnehma’, for the pianoforte
  • Op.7       Variations on a Cavatina ‘Tu sei il mio dolce amore’ from the Opera Trajano in Dacia for the pianoforte
  • Op.8       Ten Valses for the pianoforte
  • Op.9       Five German Dances  for the pianoforte
  • Op.10     Triumphal March with two Trios for four hands on the pianoforte
  • Op.11     Two Rondos for the pianoforte, composed on favourite Themes of the Ballet Les Portraits 
  • Op.12      Rondo with an Introduction on the Favourite Barcarolle ‘The Carnival of Venice’
  • Op.13      Fantaisie Héroïque for the pianoforte
  • Op.14      Rondo Brillante for the pianoforte
  • Op.15      Variations for the piano on a Theme from the Opera The Oculist / Ouverture aus der Opera Die Augenartz von Herrn Adalbert Gyrowetz
    • (arranged for piano four-hands)
  • Op.16      Three Love Songs by Ernst Ludwig with pianoforte accompaniment [‘Traum und Wahrheit’, ‘Der Kuss’, ‘Das Unvergängliche’]
  • Op.17      Introduction and Variations Concertantes for piano, violin and violoncello
  • Op.18     Three Rondos for the pianoforte (arranged for piano four-hands)
  • Op.19      Polonaise preceded by an Introduction for the pianoforte
  • Op.20      Grand Duo Concertante for the pianoforte and guitar (composed by Moscheles and Giuliani)
  • Op.21      Six Variations concertantes for piano and flute or violin Listen ♬
  • Op.22      Piano Sonata in D major
  • Op.23      Variations for piano on a Russian theme Listen ♬
  • Op.24      Rondo Espagnol for the pianoforte   Listen ♬
  • Op.25      Caprice [in A minor] for the pianoforte
  • Op.26      Triumphal Entry of the Allies into Paris, a descriptive piece for the pianoforte
  • Op.27      Piano Sonata (Characteristic) in B flat major Listen ♬
  • Op.28      Six Divertissements for the pianoforte
  • Op.29      Variations for the pianoforte on a Theme of Handel / The Harmonious Blacksmith, a celebrated air by Handel with entirely new variations for piano Listen ♬
  • Op.30      Rondo Brillant for piano four-hands
  • Op.31      Trois Marches héroïques for piano four-hands
  • Op.32  La Marche d’Alexandre Variations for the pianoforte with orchestral accompaniment / Brilliant Variationsfor the pianoforte on The Fall of Paris / Alexander Variations
    • (Arranged with quartet, piano solo, piano four hands)
  • Op.33      Six Valses with Trios for piano four hands
  • Op.34      Grand Duo Concertant for piano and violoncello or bassoon
  • Op.35      Grand Sextuor for piano, violin, flute, two horns and violoncello Listen ♬
    • (arranged for piano four-hands)
  • Op.36      Variations Concertantes on an Austrian National Melody for piano and violin
  • Op.37      Grand Caprice followed by a Potpourri for piano and violoncello or violin Concertants
  • Op.38      Fantasia (in Italian style) followed by a Grand Rondo for the pianoforte
  • Op.39      Introduction and Variations on an Austrian National Air for the pianoforte
  • Op.40     a) Overture to the Ballet of Les Portraits for pianoforte (arranged for piano four-hands)
    • b) Les Portraits, Ballet champêtre et comique de Mr Horschelt (arranged for piano solo and piano four-hands)
    • c) Three Divertissements for piano on Subjects taken from the Ballet Les Portrait
  • Op.41 Grande Sonate for the pianoforte  Listen ♬
  • Op.42    Grand Variations on an Austrian National Melody for piano, two violins, viola, violoncello and double bass or without accompaniment
  • Op.43     Flore. Grande Rondo Brilliant de Concert, preceded by an introduction for piano, accompanied by a quartet or an orchestra ad lib
    • (arranged for piano four-hands and piano solo)
  • Op.44      Grand Sonata Concertante for piano and flute   Listen ♬
  • Op.45      Piano Concerto No.1 in F major
    • (arranged for piano-solo and piano four-hands;  first movement adapted for the piano with an Introduction: Grand brilliant Rondo, duet for piano)
  • Op.46    Fantasia, Variations and Finale on the Bohemian National Song ‘To Gsau Kône’ for piano violin, clarinet (or viola) and violoncello
  • Op.47      Grande Sonate for piano four-hands Listen ♬
  • Op.48      French Rondo. Arranged for piano and violin with a small orchestra or without
    • Small orchestra: (2 Violins, Viola, Cello, Contrabass flute, oboe, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoon, 2 horns along with 2 trumpets and timpani ad lib]
  • Op.49      Sonata Mélancolique for the pianoforte Listen ♬
  • Op.50     Fantasia and Variations on the favorite air ‘Au clair de la Lune’ for piano with orchestral accompaniments
  • Op.51      Three Allegri di Bravura, La Forza, La Leggerezza, Il Capriccio
  • Op.52      La Tenerezza, A rondoletto for the pianoforte
  • Op.53      Polonaise Brillant for the pianoforte Listen ♬
  • Op.54      Les Charmes de Paris. Rondo Brillante preceded by an Introduction for the pianoforte Listen ♬
  • Op.55    Bonbonnière musicale. A set of easy and agreeable pieces for the pianoforteo
  • Op.56      Piano Concerto No.2 in E flat major
    • (arranged for piano with quartet, for piano solo)
    • The third movement was composed in 1814 and was performed as a solo: Polonaise in E flat major; (the Polonaise was arranged further for two performers on the piano and was published as Grand Rondo, À la Polonaise)
  • Op.57     Fantasia on three Favourite Scotch Airs for the pianoforte Listen ♬
    • ‘The Soldier’s return’,  This is no my ain Lassie’, ‘Over the water to Charlie’
  • Op.58      Jadis et aujourd’hui, a Gigue and Quadrille Rondo for the pianoforte Listen ♬
    • Also published in The Harmonicon in 1823:
      • ‘A Gigue, or Dance movement, in the old Style for the piano-forte. Composed purposely for the Harmonicon’
      • ‘A Quadrille-Rondo, or Dance Movement, in the modern Style, for the piano-forte. Composed purposely for the Harmonicon’
  • Op.59      Grand Potpourri Concertant for pianoforte and violin or flute by Moscheles and Lafont
  • Op.60      Piano Concerto No.3 in G minor Listen ♬
    • (arranged for piano with quartet and for piano solo)
  • Op.61      Rondoletto, on a Favorite Nocturne by Paër for the pianoforte
  • Op.62      Impromptu in B minor for the pianoforte
  • Op.63     Introduction and Scotch Rondo Concertante for pianoforte and horn or violin and viola
    • (arranged for piano four-hands)
  • Op.64      Piano Concerto No.4 in E major
    • (arranged for piano four-hands)
  • Op.65     Impromptu Martial, on the English Air, ‘Revenge, he cries and the traitor dies’ for the pianoforte
  • Op.66      La petite Babillarde. A brilliant rondo for the pianoforte Listen ♬
  • Op.67    Three Brilliant Rondos on Favourite Motives from Vauderville, ‘Les Viennois à Berlin’ for the pianoforte
  • Op.68      Fantasia and Rondo Brilliant on an Austrian March / on the German Grenadier’s March
  • Op.69     The Recollections of Ireland. A Grand Fantasia in which are introduced the Favourite Airs the ‘Groves of Blarney’, ‘Garry Owen’ and ‘St. Patrick’s Day’ for the pianoforte with orchestral accompaniments / Souvenirs D’ Irlande  
    • (arranged for piano with quartet and for piano solo)
  • Op.70    24 Studies for the pianoforte designed as Finishing Lessons for Advanced Performers and Consisting of 24 Characteristic Compositions in the Different Major & Minor Keys Fingered & Elucidated with Notes Explanatory of the Author’s Design and the Proper Mode of Executing Each Lesson
    • (arranged for violin with piano accompaniment or violin solo edited by Ferdinand David)
  • Op.71   Rondo Expressif on a Favourite Theme of Gallenberg / Rondeau Expressif pour le piano-forte, sur an Air favori de la Collection de Romances de J. B. Cramer
  • Op.72
    • No.1 Gems à la Pasta. A dramatic fantasia in the Italian style on the favourite airs sung in London by Madame Pasta for the pianoforte
    • No.2  Gems à la Sontag. A Dramatic Fantasia for piano in which are introduced the most Admired Airs sung by Mademoiselle Henriette Sontag / Bijoux à la Sontag. Fantaisie Dramatique sur des Airs favoris chantés à Londres par Mademoiselle Henriette Sontag
    • No.3  Gems à la Malibran. A Dramatic Fantasia for the pianoforte in which are introduced the favorite subjects…as sung in London by Madame Malibran Book 1 / Bijoux à la Malibran Fantaisie Dramatique sur des Airs favoris chantés à Londres par Madame Malibran-Garcia
    • No.4 Gems à la Malibran. A Dramatic Fantasia for the pianoforte in which are introduced the favorite subjects…as sung in London by Madame Malibran Book 2 / Bijoux à la Malibran
  • Op.73     50 Preludes in the major and minor keys. Intended as short Introductions to any Movement and as Preparatory Exercises to the Authors Studies for piano
  • Op.74     Les charmes de Londres. Rondo Brilliant preceded by an Introduction, for the pianoforte
  • Op.75     Anticipations of Scotland. A Grand Fantasia in which are introduced the Favourite Airs ‘Kelvin Grove’, ‘Auld Robin Gray’ and ‘Lord Moira’s Strathspey’ for the pianoforte with orchestral accompaniments ad lib.
    • (arranged for piano with quartet and for piano solo)
  • Op.76     La belle Union. Rondo Brilliant preceded by an Introduction for pianoforte four-hands
  • Op.77     Allegro di Bravura for the pianoforte
  • Op.78     Divertimento à la Savoyarde for pianoforte and flute or violin
  • Op.79     Sonate concertante for pianoforte and flute or violin
  • Op.80   Sir Walter Scott’s Favourite Strains of the Scottish Bards. Introduced in a Fantasia for the pianoforte with orchestral accompaniments ad lib.
    • (arranged for piano solo)
  • Op.81     Symphony No.1 in C Major Listen ♬
    • (arranged for piano four-hands)
  • Op.82a   Rondo Sentimental for the pianoforte Listen ♬
  • Op.82b   4 Divertissements for the pianoforte and flute
  • Op.83     TheRecollections of Denmark. A Grand Fantasiaon National Airs for the pianoforte with orchestral accompaniments (ad lib.) / Souvenirs de Denmark
    • (arranged for piano solo)
  • Op.84      Grand Trio for piano, violin & violoncello
  • Op.85    La Gaieté. Brilliant Rondo preceded by an expressive slow movement for the pianoforte Listen ♬   Listen ♬♬
  • Op.86a    March with trio for piano four-hands
  • Op.86b    Souvenir de Rubini. A Dramatic Fantasia for the pianoforte in which is introduced the favourite Cavatina ‘De Quel Di’ from Anna Bolena Listen ♬
  • Op.87    Piano Concerto No.5 in C Major with or without orchestral accompaniments Listen ♬
    • (arranged for piano with quartet and piano solo)
  • Op.87a    Operatic Reminiscences. A Dramatic Fantasia for the pianoforte. Introducing the most Admired Airs sung by Madame Pasta, Bellini’s Opera Norma / Souvenir de l’Opéra. A Dramatic Fantasia for the pianoforte on favourite airs sung in London by Madame Pasta in the Operas by Bellini
  • Op.87b   The Gipsies March (from Weber’s Opera Preciosa) with Brilliant Variations for two performers on the pianoforte / Duo Concertant for piano four-hands with orchestral accompaniments in the form of Brilliant Variations on the Bohemian March from the Melodrama Preciosa
    • Introduzione Listen ♬
    • Allegretto, tempo di marcia Listen ♬
    • Variation 1: Listen ♬
    • Variation 2: Listen ♬
    • Variation 3: Listen ♬
    • Variation 4: Listen ♬
    • Finale: Allegro Vivace  Listen ♬
    • Composed by Ignaz Moscheles and Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. The first two variations are by Mendelssohn; the third and fourth are by Moscheles
    • (arranged for two pianos with orchestral accompaniment)
  • Op.88  Grand Septet for piano, violin, viola, clarinet, horn, violoncello and contrabass Listen ♬
    • (arranged for piano solo and piano four-hands)
  • Op.89      Impromptu for the pianoforte Listen ♬  Listen ♬ (Midi)
  • Op.90      Piano Concerto No.6 in B flat Major, Concert fantastique, with orchestral accompaniments Listen ♬
    • (arranged for piano with quartet and for piano solo)
  • Op.91    Overture for full Orchestra to Schiller’s Tragedy, Joan of Arc La Pucelle d’Orléans
    • (arranged for piano four-hands)
  • Op.92       Hommage a Händel. A Grand Duet for two pianofortes / with a new Introduction in 1835 Listen ♬
    • (arranged for piano four-hands)
  • Op.93       Piano Concerto No.7 in C minor, Pathétique with orchestral accompaniment
    • Mov I. Allegro Listen ♬
    • (arranged for piano with quartet and for piano-solo)
  • Op.94a     Rondo Brillant on Dessauer’s Favorite Romance, Le Retour des Promis.
  • Op.94b    Characteristic Tribute to the Memory of Malibran. Fantasia for the pianoforte / Hommage Caractéristique
  • Op.95  Grand Characteristic Studies for the pianoforte designed for the Development of the Bravura and various other Styles of Performance
    • (Wrath, Reconciliation, Contradiction, Juno, A Nursery Tale, Bacchanale, Affection, Alla Napolitana, Moonlight on the Sea-Shore, Terpsichore, A Dream, Terror)
    • No. 1 Wrath Listen ♬
  • Op.96      Piano Concerto No.8 in D Major, Pastorale, with orchestral accompaniment
  • Op.97      Six Lieder with piano accompaniment
    • (‘Stumme Liebe’, ‘Der Schmied’, ‘Zuversicht’, ‘Das reh’, ‘Im Herbste’ ‘Sakontala’)
    • Songs written by Madame Cecile Mendelssohn
  • Op.98      2 Etudes for piano for the album Méthodes des Méthodes
    • 1. L’enjouement, 2. L’ambition
  • Op.99       Tutti Frutti, Six new Melodies for the pianoforte
  • Op.100     Ballade for the pianoforte
    • (arranged for piano four-hands)
  • Op.101     Romance and Brilliant Tarantelle for the pianoforte
    • (arranged for piano four-hands)
  • Op.102   Hommage à Weber. Grand Duet for piano four-hands on subjects from Euryanthe and Oberon
  • Op.103     Serenade for the piano
    • (arranged for piano four-hands)
  • Op.104     Romanesca for the piano
    • (arranged for piano four-hands)
  • Op.105   Two capriccios in the form of studies for the piano. Composed for the Beethoven Album Listen ♬
  • Op.106   Brilliant Fantasia for the pianoforte on a favourite Cavatina from Rossini’s Zelmira and a Ballad from Mozart’s Seraglio.
  • Op.107    Daily Companion of Practical & Progressive exercises on the harmonized Scales being a series of 59 characteristic duets for the pianoforte, in all the major & minor keys, fingered & adapted for the use of musical academies, or as useful diversions for students [Two Volumes]
  • Op.108  Two Brilliant Fantasias for the pianoforte on favourite airs from Balfe’s Bohemian Girl [Two Books] 
  • Op.109a   Brilliant Fantasia on the favourite themes from the opera Don Pasquale for the piano
  • Op.109b Mélange on the ‘Serenade’ and other favourite airs in the opera Don Pasquale Donizetti for the pianoforte
  • Op.110    Gondolier’s Lied for the pianoforte
  • Op.111    Quatre Grandes Etudes de Concert for the pianoforte
    • (Rêverie et Allégresse, Le Carrillon, Tendresse et Exaltation, La Fougue)
  • Op.112    No.2 Grande Sonate Symphonique for piano four-hands
  • Op.113   Album of the Favourite Songs of Pischek, transcribed for the pianoforte in the form of a Brilliant Fantasia
  •  Op.114    Gems à la Jenny Lind. Fantasia on the most favourite Swedish melodies sung by Mlle Jenny Lind / Souvenirs de Jenny Lind
  • Op.115     Les Contrastes. Grand Duet for two pianos Listen ♬
    • (arranged for piano four-hands or eight-hands) 
  • Op.116  Freie Kunst. A poem by Uhland. For a bass or alto voice with piano accompaniment
  • Op.117 Six Lieder with piano accompaniment
    • (‘Liebeslauschen’, ‘Dem Liebesänger’, ‘Warum so stumm’, ‘Botschaft’, ‘Schäfers Sonntagslied’, Frühlingslied’)
  • Op.118     Grand Valse for piano
  • Op.119    Six Songs with piano accompaniment
    • (‘Abends’, ‘Die Zigeunerin’, ‘Strenge’, ‘Jemand’, ‘Der Liebenswürdigen’, ‘Der dreifache Schnee’)
  • Op.120     Mazurka Appassionata for piano
  • Op.121     Sonata for piano and violoncello
    • (arranged for piano and violin by Ferdinand David and for piano four-hands by Clara Schumann)
  • Op.122     Expectation (after Schiller) Fantasia for the piano
  • Op.123     Magyaren-Klänge. Original-Fantasia for the piano
  • Op.124     Longing (after Schiller) Fantasia for the piano
  • Op.125     Spring song. For a soprano or tenor voice with piano accompaniment
  • Op.126     Grande Etude de Concert Listen ♬
  • Op.127     Scherzo for the piano
  • Op.128     Humoristic Variations. Scherzo and Variations for the piano
    • (arranged for piano four-hands)
  • Op.129     The Dance. Characteristic Piece (after Schiller) for the piano
    • (arranged for piano four-hands)
  • Op.130    Symphonesque-Heroic March on German National Songs for piano four-hands
    • (arranged for two pianos)
  • Op.131  Six Songs with pianoforte accompaniment
    • (‘Gieb unstäglich Brod’, ‘Frühlingsliebe’, ‘Schmetterling und Liebchen’, ‘Am Meere’, ‘Inniges Verständniss’, ‘Tanz=Reigen der donischen Kosaken’)
  • Op.132     Four Duets for Soprano and Alto with piano accompaniment
    • (‘Des Lilien=Mädchens Wiegenlied’, ‘Am Bache’, ‘Unter Bäumen’, ‘Winter und Frühling’)
  • Op.133     Reverie Melodique for the piano
  • Op.134     Toccata for the piano
  • Op.135     Pastoral in the Organ Style
  • Op.136     To G. Rossini ‘To the Rivulet’. Song with horn (or viola) obligato and piano
  • Op.137a   Studies in Melodious Counterpoint for piano and cello (10 Preludes from Bach’s 48 with cello obbligato)
  • Op.137b  Studies in Melodious Counterpoint for piano and 2nd piano (10 Preludes from Bach’s 48 with second piano) Listen ♬
  • Op.138  Feuillet d’Album de Rossini. An original theme for piano and horn
    • (arranged for piano and viola and for two pianos)
  • Op.139     Lied im Volkston with Variations on an original theme for piano [duet]
  • Op.140    Domestic Life. Twelve progressive piano pieces for piano four-hands (2 Books) / Familienleben
  • Op.141    March and Scherzo as Rhythmical Exercises / Two duets for pianoforte students
  • Op.142    Three Character Pieces for piano four-hands
    • (‘Die kleine Schwätzerin’, ‘Abend-Empfindung’, ‘Des Knaben Reise auf dem Schaukelpferd’)

List of works without Opus Number

  1. Souvenir de Belisaire. Two Fantasias for the pianoforte on favourite airs from Donizetti’s Belisario 
  2. Fantasia for the pianoforte on favourite subjects from Balfe’s opera Falstaff
  3. Fantasia on themes from Oberon (C. M. von Weber)
  4. Fantasia à la Paganini for the pianoforte
  5. Fantasia on Motives from Balfe’s Opera The Siege of Rochelle for the pianoforte [Two fantasias]
  6. Bouquet des Mélodies. Fantasia for the pianoforte on favourite airs
  7. Four Pensées fugitives pour le Piano [Romance, Nocturne, Impromptu, Rhapsodie]
  8. Andante and Brilliant Rondo in which is introduced the German Bacchanalia Song sung by Mr H. Phillips, for the pianoforte
  9. The Popular Barcarolle, ‘Or che in cielo’ sung by Signore Ivanoff, in Donizetti’s Admired Opera Marino Faliero arranged as a Fantasia with Variations for the pianoforte
  10. Echo of the Alps. A Fantasia for the pianoforte which are introduced the Popular Swiss Airs, ‘The Pastor of the Alps’. The Goatherd’s Boy’, ‘The Swiss Drover’ with the much admired Embellishments as sung by Madame Stockhausen
  11. Die Tyrolerfamilie. Three Divertissements for the pianoforte
  12. A Divertimento for the pianoforte in which are introduced the favourite National Swiss Airs as sung by The Tyrolese Family Rainer, with the most rapturous Applause at The Dejeune given at Kensington Palace by Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent
  13. Divertissements on Swiss National Airs for the pianoforte
  14. Rondo on a favourite Scotch melody for the pianoforte
  15. Military Rondo, on the favourite duet, ‘Entendez-vous’ from Auber’s La Fiancée, for the pianoforte
  16. Farewell march of the laudable Infantry Regiment Emperor Alexander on the occasion of his departure from Vienna on April 12, 1815, to fight for Germany’s freedom and independence
  17. Two Grand Marches for the Imperial Alexander Regiment.
  18. March of the 2d Regiment of Viennese National Guard for the piano
  19. Favorite March with Trio, of the Regiments Kutschera and Max Joseph for piano-four hands
  20. Rhapsodie Champêtre for the pianoforte
  21. The Departure of the Troubadours. Romance with German and Italian words. Variations by Moscheles, Giuliani, and Mayseder
  22. Music composed for the Sledging Party of the Allied Princes
  23. Drei Mode: Valses for the pianoforte
  24. Twelve German dances with trios and coda for the piano
  25. Six Valses for the pianoforte
  26. Six écossaises for the pianoforte
  27. Six Valses for the pianoforte [different from the above]
  28. Concord (words by T. Probald) for voice and piano / Verständniss Gedicht von C. Probald
  29. Fantasia for the piano on Airs of Neukomm
  30. L’ Elegante, Rondo for the pianoforte

Mentioned by Mark Kroll in Ignaz Moscheles and the Changing World of Musical Europe (Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell Press, 2014).

  1. Apollo’s Gift or the Musical Souvenirs Album 2: Toccata for the piano (p.349)
  2. Caroussel Musik am 23ten  und 1ten Dec. 1814 (p.350)
  3. Solution of Kuhlau’s Enigmatic Canon (p.349): in The Harmonicon, 1830, 249.
  4. Handel’s Ouerture und die beliebtesten Chöre aus der grossen Cantate: Timotheus oder Die Gewalt der Musik. For the piano 4 hands. (p.350)
  5. Hommage à Beethoven for three pianofortes (p.352)
  6. Impromptu for Miss Elvira Grange (p.349)
  7. La Carina Rondino in B flat (p.349)
  8. Reberie in Solitude, an air for the pianoforte (p.349): The Harmonicon, 1826, part II, 57.
  9. The Celebrated Parody on Rossini’s ‘Di Tanti Palpiti’, arranged by Moscheles for the piano (p.349)
  10. Topsy-Turveydom / The way of the world. A musical problem (p.349) Listen ♬ The Harmonicon, 1825, part II, 257.
  11. Vingt-une walses [sic] (p.350)
  12. String Quartet in D minor (parts discovered in 1993 at the Chester Music Collection of the University of Glasgow, p.358)
  13. Quartet in D major for piano, flute, clarinet and bassoon (p.358)


  1. Anton Diabellis. Vaterländischer Künstlerverein (Patriotic Artists’ Association) Vol. 1, Variation 26.  Listen ♬
  2. Concertante in F for flute, oboe and orchestra
  3. Concerto for flute, oboe and orchestra Listen ♬ Arranged for flute, oboe and piano  Listen ♬
  4. Pensieri alla Pasta. Fantasia Dramatique per piano. Sopra vary motive de Arie. Eseguite da questa Celebre cantante Listen ♬
  5. Piano Arrangement of Beethoven’s Overture, Fidelio Listen ♬
  6. Fantasia from Verdi’s opera I Lombardi. For the piano
  7. Fantasia on the favorite motives from Verdi’s Nabucodonosor and I Lombardi for the pianoforte
  8. Fantasia on Potem Mitzwo
  9. Fantasia Brillante on Benedict’s Opera The Bride of Venice for the pianoforte
  10. Prelude et fugue
  11. Un conte d’ Enfant for piano four-hands
  12. Andante et Rondeau sur un Thême allemand

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