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List of compositions by Ludwig van Beethoven

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The musical works of Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827) are listed below. Two overlapping lists of Beethoven's works are presented here. The first is a listing of his best-known works classified by genre. The second is a larger list of works, classified by various numbering systems. Years in parentheses denote dates of composition or publication. The most common methods of numbering Beethoven's works are by opus number, assigned by Beethoven's publishers during his lifetime, and by number within genre. For example, the 14thstring quartet, published as Opus 131, may be referenced either as "String Quartet No. 14" or "the Opus 131 String Quartet". Many works that were unpublished have been assigned either "WoO" (works without opus number) or "Anh" (appendix) numbers. For example, the short piano piece "Für Elise", is more fully known as the "Bagatelle in A minor, WoO 59 ('Für Elise')". Some works are also commonly referred to by their nicknames, such as the 'Kreutzer' Violin Sonata, or the Eroica Symphony. The listings that follow include all of these relevant identifiers. While other catalogues of Beethoven's works exist, the numbers here represent the most commonly used and widely known.
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1 List of works by genre

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1.1 Orchestral music

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1.1.1 Symphonies 1.1.2 Concertos 1.1.3 Other works for soloist and orchestra 1.1.4 Overtures and incidental music

1.2 Chamber music

1.2.1 Trios

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1.2.1.1 Piano trios 1.2.1.2 Piano quartets 1.2.1.3 String trios 1.2.1.4 Other

1.2.2 String quartets

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1.2.2.1 Early 1.2.2.2 Middle

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1.2.2.3 Late

1.2.3 String quintets 1.2.4 Chamber music with winds 1.2.5 Sonatas for solo instrument and piano

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1.2.5.1 Violin sonatas 1.2.5.2 Cello sonatas 1.2.5.3 Horn sonatas 1.2.5.4 Other

1.3 Solo piano music

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1.3.1 Piano sonatas 1.3.2 Variations 1.3.3 Bagatelles 1.3.4 Other piano works

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1.4.1 Opera 1.4.2 Choral 1.4.3 Song 1.4.4 Folksong arrangements 1.4.5 Secular vocal works

1.5 Music for Wind Band

2 List of works by number

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2.1 Works with opus numbers 2.2 Works without opus numbers

2.2.1 Works with WoO numbers

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3 Notes 4 References 5 External links

2.2.1.1 Instrumental works: WoO 1–86 2.2.1.2 Vocal works: WoO 87–205

2.2.2 Works with Anhang (Anh) numbers 2.2.3 Selected works with Hess (H) numbers 2.2.4 Works with Biamonti numbers

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of works by genre

Beethoven, caricatured by J. P. Lyser

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Beethoven wrote nine symphonies, nine concertos, and a variety of other orchestral music, ranging from overtures and incidental music for theatrical productions to other miscellaneous "occasional" works, written for a particular occasion. Of the concertos, seven are widely known (one violin concerto, five piano concertos, and one triple concerto for violin, piano, and cello); the other two are an unpublished early piano concerto (WoO 4) and an arrangement of the Violin Concerto for piano and orchestra (Opus 61a).

[edit]Symphonies         
Opus 21: Symphony No. 1 in C major (composed 1799–1800, premièred 1800) Opus 36: Symphony No. 2 in D major (composed 1801–02, premièred 1803) Opus 55: Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major ("Eroica") (composed 1803/04, premièred 1804) Opus 60: Symphony No. 4 in B-flat major (composed 1806, premièred 1807) Opus 67: Symphony No. 5 in C minor (composed 1804–08, premièred 1808) Opus 68: Symphony No. 6 in F major ("Pastoral") (composed 1804–08, premièred 1808) Opus 92: Symphony No. 7 in A major (composed 1811–12, premièred 1813) Opus 93: Symphony No. 8 in F major (composed 1812, premièred 1814) Opus 125: Symphony No. 9 in D minor ("Choral") (composed 1817–24, premièred 1824)

Once believed by some to be an early symphony by Beethoven, the "Jena" Symphony in C major is now thought to be by Friedrich Witt.[1] Beethoven is believed to have intended to write a Tenth Symphony in the last year of his life; a performing version of possible sketches was assembled by Barry Cooper.[2]

[edit]Concertos  
WoO 4: Piano Concerto No. 0 in E-flat major (1784) Opus 19: Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat major (first two movements composed 1787–1789, finale composed in 1795)

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Opus 15: Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major (composed 1796–97) Opus 37: Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor (composed 1800–01) Opus 56: Triple Concerto for violin, cello, and piano in C major (1803) Opus 58: Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major (composed 1805–06) Opus 61: Violin Concerto in D major (1806) Opus 61a: Beethoven's arrangement of Opus 61 for piano Opus 73: Piano Concerto No. 5 in E-flat major ("Emperor") (composed 1809–10) Hess 13: Romance in E minor for 3 soloists and orchestra Hess 15: Piano Concerto No. 6 in D major (unfinished – performing version completed by Nicholas Cook) (1815)[3]

Anh. 6: (spurious) Piano Concerto (Allegro) in D major (First movement only) — some believe this work to be the missing movement of a piano concerto by the Bohemian composer Jan Joseph Rosler (1771-1813)

[edit]Other works for soloist and orchestra     
WoO 6: Rondo for Piano and Orchestra in B-flat major (1793) Opus 40: Romance for Violin and Orchestra No. 1 in G major (1802) Opus 50: Romance for Violin and Orchestra No. 2 in F major (1798) Opus 80: "Choral Fantasy" (Fantasia in C minor for piano, chorus, and orchestra) (1808) Hess 12: Oboe Concerto in F (fragment)

[edit]Overtures and incidental music   
Opus 43: The Creatures of Prometheus, overture and ballet music (1801) Opus 62: Coriolan Overture (1807) Overtures composed for Beethoven's opera Fidelio, Op. 72:

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Opus 72: Fidelio Overture (1814) Opus 72a: Leonore Overture "No. 2" (1805) Opus 72b: Leonore Overture "No. 3" (1806) Opus 138: Leonore Overture "No. 1" (1807)

Opus 84: Egmont, overture and incidental music (1810) Opus 91: Wellington's Victory ("Battle Symphony") (1813)

2: Piano Trio No. 1 as being Nos. including piano trios. 2 in G major No. string trios.    Opus 113: The Ruins of Athens (Die Ruinen von Athen). It is more usual to identify a piano trio only by its catalog number and key. overture (1822) [edit]Chamber music Beethoven wrote 16 string quartets and numerous other forms of chamber music. [edit]Trios [edit]Piano trios The numbering of Beethoven's twelve piano trios is fairly arbitrary. 2: Piano Trio [No. 1 in E-flat major No. for Piano Trio (Variations on "Ich bin der Schneider Kakadu") (1803) [edit]Piano quartets  WoO 36: 3 Piano Quartets (1785)   No. as well as works with wind instruments. 3 in C minor Opus 11: Piano Trio [No. and other than the three trios in Op.     Hess 48: Allegretto in E-flat major for Piano Trio (ca. 4](?) in B-flat major ("Gassenhauer") (1797) Opus 44: Variations on an original theme in E-flat major Opus 70: Two Piano Trios (1808)     No. and sonatas for violin and cello with piano. sources including both recordings and authoritative publications use other numberings from those shown here. 5](?) in D major. none at all. 1 through 3. 1 in E-flat major No. 6](?) in E-flat major Opus 97: Piano Trio [No. "Ghost" No. 1: Piano Trio No. 7](?) in B-flat major ("Archduke") (1811) Opus 121a: Kakadu Variations. 1: Piano Trio [No. 3: Piano Trio No. overture and incidental music (1811) Opus 117: King Stephen (König Stephan). or more frequently. 2 in D major . overture and incidental music (1811) Opus 115: Zur Namensfeier (Feastday) Overture (1815) Opus 124: Consecration of the House (Die Weihe des Hauses). 1790–1792) WoO 38: Piano Trio in E-flat major (1791) WoO 39: Allegretto in B-flat major for Piano Trio (1812) Opus 1: Three Piano Trios (1795)       No.

4 in D major No. 5 in C minor Hess 28: Movement in A-flat for String Trio [edit]Other  WoO 37: Trio for flute. 1: String Quartet No. 2 ("Serenade") in D major (1797) Opus 9: Three String Trios (1798)     No. 2: String Quartet No. 4: String Quartet No. 1: String Quartet No. 6 in B-flat major (1800) [edit]Middle  Opus 59: Three String Quartets ("Rasumovsky") (1806)      No. 2: String Trio No. Op.  No. 4 in C minor (1799) No. 3 in D major (1798/99) No. 11 in F minor ("Serioso") (1810) [edit]Late . 6: String Quartet No. bassoon. 1 in F major (1799) No. 2 in G major (1799) No. 3 in G major No. 5 in A major (1799) No. 7 in F major No. 3 in C major Opus 16/b: Piano Quartet in E-flat (1797) (arrangement of Quintet for Piano and Winds. c 1814–15)   Opus 8: String Trio No. five-movement piano transcription (anon. 5: String Quartet No. 2: String Quartet No. 8 in E minor No. 3: String Quartet No. 9 in C major Opus 74: String Quartet No. 1: String Trio No. 1 in E-flat major (1794). 3: String Trio No. 10 in E-flat major ("Harp") (1809) Opus 95: String Quartet No. and piano in G major (1786) [edit]String quartets [edit]Early  Opus 18: Six String Quartets       No. 3: String Quartet No. 16) [edit]String trios  Opus 3: String Trio No. supervised composer?.

12 in E-flat major (1823/24) Opus 130: String Quartet No. 71. 15 in A minor (1825) Opus 133: Große Fuge in B-flat major – originally finale of Opus 130 (1826) (Also arranged by Beethoven for piano duet (four-hands) Opus 134) (1826)  Opus 135: String Quartet No. 71. 2nd movement MENU 0:00 Sextet Op. 13 in B-flat major (1825) Opus 131: String Quartet No. 16 in F major (1826) [edit]String quintets     Opus 4: String Quintet in E-flat major (1795) Opus 29: String Quintet in C major (1801) Opus 104: String Quintet in C minor (1817) Opus 137: Fugue for String Quintet in D major (1817) [edit]Chamber music with winds Sextet Op. 71. 1st movement MENU 0:00 Sextet Op.     Opus 127: String Quartet No. 14 in C-sharp minor (1826) Opus 132: String Quartet No. 3rd movement .

clarinets. 71. 20 Septet)       Opus 71: Sextet for clarinets. horns. violin and viola in D major (1800–01) Opus 38: Trio for Piano. Clarinet. horn. viola. violin. and Bassoon in G major (1786) Opus 11: Trio for Piano. 4) (1797)     Opus 16: Quintet for piano and winds in E-flat major (1796) (later arranged for piano quartet) Opus 20: Septet for clarinet. and Cello in E-flat major (1803) (reduction of the Op. bassoon. Clarinet (or Violin). cello and contrabass in E-flat major (1799) Opus 25: Serenade for flute. Flute.   WoO 37: Trio for Piano.MENU 0:00 Sextet Op. and bassoons in E-flat major (1796) Opus 81b: Sextet for Horns and String Quartet Opus 87: Trio for two oboes and English horn in C major (1795) Opus 103: Octet for oboes. 4th movement MENU 0:00 Problems listening to these files? See media help. and bassoons in E-flat major (1792) Opus 105: Six sets of variations for piano and flute (1819) Opus 107: Ten sets of variations for piano and flute (1820) Hess 19: Wind Quintet in E-flat . horns. and Cello in B-flat major ("Gassenhauer") (Version with Violin instead of Clarinet is considered Piano Trio No.

2: Cello Sonata No. 3: Violin Sonata No. including the well-known Für Elise. 5 in D major [edit]Horn sonatas  Opus 17: Horn Sonata in F major (1800) [edit]Other  Opus 42: Notturno for Viola and Piano in D major (1803) [edit]Solo piano music In addition to the 32 celebrated sonatas. 2: Cello Sonata No. 7 in C minor No. 1: Violin Sonata No. 2 in A major No. 3 in E-flat major Opus 23: Violin Sonata No. 2 in G minor Opus 69: Cello Sonata No. 1 in D major No. 6 in A major No. 1: Cello Sonata No. 2: Violin Sonata No. Beethoven's work for solo piano includes many onemovement pieces. 4 in A minor (1801) Opus 24: Violin Sonata No. 3: Violin Sonata No. most unpublished in his lifetime or published without opus number. 5 in F major ("Spring") (1801) Opus 30: Three Violin Sonatas (1803)      No. 10 in G major ("The Cockcrow") (1812) [edit]Cello sonatas  Opus 5: Two Cello Sonatas (1796)     No. more than twenty sets of variations. 8 in G major Opus 47: Violin Sonata No.[edit]Sonatas for solo instrument and piano [edit]Violin sonatas  Opus 12: Three Violin Sonatas (1798)       No. 3 in A major (1808) Opus 102: Two Cello Sonatas (1815)   No. 2: Violin Sonata No. 1 in F major No. and over thirty bagatelles. 1: Cello Sonata No. 9 in A major ("Kreutzer") (1803) Opus 96: Violin Sonata No. 4 in C major No. . 1: Violin Sonata No.

6 in F major No. 1 in F minor No. 9 in E major (Also arranged by the composer for String Quartet in F major (H 34) in 1801)     No. 18 in E-flat major ("The Hunt") Opus 49: Two Piano Sonatas (1792)    No. 21 in C major ("Waldstein") (1803)     WoO 57: Andante favori – Original middle movement of the "Waldstein" sonata (1804) Opus 54: Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor 'Sonata quasi una fantasia' ("Moonlight") Opus 28: Piano Sonata No. 3: Piano Sonata No. 15 in D major ("Pastoral") (1801) Opus 31: Three Piano Sonatas (1802)     No. 2 in A major No. 19 in G minor No. 5 in C minor No. 17 in D minor ("Tempest") No. 3: Piano Sonata No. 2: Piano Sonata No. 4 in E-flat major ("Grand Sonata") (1797) Opus 10: Three Piano Sonatas (1798)      No. 2: Piano Sonata No.[edit]Piano sonatas  Opus 2: Three Piano Sonatas (1795)      No. 1: Piano Sonata No. 1: Piano Sonata No. 11 in B-flat major (1800) Opus 26: Piano Sonata No. 16 in G major No. 3 in C major Opus 7: Piano Sonata No. 1: Piano Sonata No. 2: Piano Sonata No. 10 in G major Opus 22: Piano Sonata No. 13 in E-flat major 'Sonata quasi una fantasia' No. 1: Piano Sonata No. 7 in D major Opus 13: Piano Sonata No. 1: Piano Sonata No. 3: Piano Sonata No. 1: Piano Sonata No. 8 in C minor ("Pathétique") (1798) Opus 14: Two Piano Sonatas (1799)  No. 24 in F-sharp major ("A Thérèse") (1809) . 12 in A-flat major ("Funeral March") (1801) Opus 27: Two Piano Sonatas (1801)     No. 23 in F minor ("Appassionata") (1805) Opus 78: Piano Sonata No. 2: Piano Sonata No. 2: Piano Sonata No. 22 in F major (1804) Opus 57: Piano Sonata No. 2: Piano Sonata No. 20 in G major Opus 53: Piano Sonata No.

26 in E-flat major ("Les adieux/Das Lebewohl") (1810) Opus 90: Piano Sonata No.    Opus 34: Six variations on a theme in F major (1802) Opus 35: Fifteen variations and a fugue on an original theme in E-flat major ("Eroica Variations") (1802) Opus 76: Six variations on an original theme (the Turkish March from The Ruins of Athens) in D major (1809)      Opus 120: Thirty-three variations on a waltz by Diabelli in C major ("Diabelli Variations") (1823) WoO 63: Nine variations for piano on a march by Ernst Christoph Dressler WoO 64: Six Variations on a Swiss song for piano or harp WoO 65: Twenty-four variations for piano on Vincenzo Righini's aria "Vieni amore" WoO 66: Thirteen variations for piano on the aria "Es war einmal ein alter Mann" from Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf's opera Das rote Käppchen   WoO 67: Eight variations for piano four hands on a theme by Count Waldstein WoO 68: Twelve variations for piano on the "Menuet a la Vigano" from Jakob Haibel's ballet La nozza disturbate . 27 in E minor (1814) Opus 101: Piano Sonata No. 28 in A major (1816) Opus 106: Piano Sonata No. 32 in C minor (1822) [edit]Variations 32 Variations in C minor. 25 in G major (1809) Opus 81a: Piano Sonata No. 31 in A-flat major (1821) Opus 111: Piano Sonata No. 30 in E major (1820) Opus 110: Piano Sonata No. WoO 80 MENU 0:00 Problems listening to this file? See media help.        Opus 79: Piano Sonata No. 29 in B-flat major ("Hammerklavier") (1819) Opus 109: Piano Sonata No.

rev. 1822)[4] WoO 59: Poco moto (Bagatelle) in A minor. 1798 and 1822)[4] WoO 53: Allegretto (Bagatelle) for piano in C minor (1796 –97)[4] WoO 54: Lustig-Traurig (Bagatelle) for piano in C major (1802)[4] WoO 56: Allegretto (Bagatelle) for piano in C major (1803. 1810)[4] WoO 60: Ziemlich lebhaft (Bagatelle) for piano in B-flat major (1818)[4] [edit]Other piano works   Opus 39: Two Preludes through all twelve major keys (1789) Opus 51: Two Rondos (1797)    No. 1: Rondo in C major No. willst du ruhig schlafen" from Peter Winter's opera Das unterbrochene Opferfest  WoO 76: Eight variations for piano on "Tändeln und scherzen" from Franz Xaver Süssmayr's opera Soliman II     WoO 77: Six easy variations on an original theme for piano WoO 78: Seven variations for piano on "God Save the King" WoO 79: Five variations for piano on "Rule. Britannia!" WoO 80: Thirty-two variations on an original theme in C minor (1806) [edit]Bagatelles          Opus 33: Seven Bagatelles (1802) Opus 119: Eleven new Bagatelles (1822) Opus 126: Six Bagatelles (1823) WoO 52: Presto (Bagatelle) for piano in C minor (1795.   WoO 69: Nine variations for piano on "Quant'e piu bello" from Giovanni Paisiello's opera La Molinara WoO 70: Six variations for piano on "Nel cor più non mi sento" from Giovanni Paisiello's opera La Molinara WoO 71: Twelve variations for piano on the Russian dance from Paul Wranitzky's ballet Das Waldmädchen  WoO 72: Eight variations for piano on "Une fièvre brûlante" from André Grétry's opera Richard Coeur-delion    WoO 73: Ten variations for piano on "La stessa. rev. 2: Rondo in G major Opus 77: Fantasia in G minor (1809) . "Für Elise" (c. la stessissima" from Antonio Salieri's opera Falstaff WoO 74: "Ich denke dein" — song with six variations for piano four hands WoO 75: Seven variations for piano on "Kind.

other works for chorus and orchestra (in addition to the Ninth Symphony). Aria (soprano) with chorus: "Da stiegen die Menschen an's Licht" . Recitative: "O Himmel welch Enzücken!" Aria (Vienna) with chorus: "Alle die Herrscher darf ich grüssen"     4. Recitative: "Das Auge schaut" with chorus: "Dem die erste Zähre" 5. Chorus: "Europa steht!" 2. chorus and orchestra (1814)    1. final version in two acts [edit]Choral     Opus 80: Choral Fantasy for solo piano.  Opus 89: Polonaise in C major (1814) Opus 129: Rondo à Capriccio in G major ("Rage over a lost penny") (1795) [edit]Vocal music While he completed only one opera. Recitative: "O seht sie nah und näher treten!". Recitative: "Der den Bund im Sturme festgehalten" 6. Recitative: "Ein Ungeheuer. chorus. Cantata for four solo voices. chorus and orchestra (1790)     1. stöhnt es durch die öde Nacht" 2. first version in three acts Opus 72: Leonore (1806). Beethoven wrote vocal music throughout his life. Chorus and soloists: "Tot! Tot. for chorus and orchestra (1815)   Opus 123: Missa Solemnis in D major (1823) Opus 136: The moment of Glory. and orchestra (1808) Opus 85: Christus am Ölberge (Christ on the Mount of Olives) – oratorio (1803) Opus 86: Mass in C major (1807) Opus 112: Meeresstille und glückliche Fahrt (Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage). art songs (lieder). sein Name Fanatismus" (bass) Aria: "Da kam Joseph" (bass) 3. Chorus: "Vienna Vienna Vienna" 3. and true song cycles. Chorus: "Es treten vor die Scharem der Frauen" Emperor Cantatas  WoO 87: Funeral cantata on the Death of Emperor Joseph II. [edit]Opera    Opus 72: Leonore (1805).duets. for solo voices. arias. second version in two acts Opus 72: Fidelio (1814). including two Mass settings.

Die Liebe des Nächsten 3. Gottes Macht und Vorsehung 6. Völker der Erde!" (bass) 3.4 Maigesang (1796) no. fliesse!" (soprano) 2. Die Ehre Gottes aus der Natur ("Die Himmel rühmen") 5.8 Das Blümchen Wunderhold (?) Opus 75: 6 Gesänge (1809)  no. Chorus and soloists: "Tot! Tot. for solo voices. Chorus: "Heil! Stürzet nieder. von den Sorgen seiner Welten entladen" (soprano) Aria: "Hier schlummert seinen stillen Frieden der grosse Dulder" (soprano) 5.7 Marmotte (1790?) no. die Joseph ihren Vater nannten" (tenor. soprano) 4. Bitten 2. Bußlied  Opus 52: 8 Lieder          no. bass. Recitative: "Wie bebt mein Herz vor Wonne!" (tenor) Trio: "Ihr. Wonnezähre. Recitative: "Er schlummert" – "Lasst sanft den grossen Fürsten Ruhen!" (soprano. Millionen" (chorus. soloists) Opus 46: "Adelaide" – song (1794–1795) Opus 48: "Gellert Songs" – song set (1802) 1. chorus and orchestra (1790)       [edit]Song   1. Recitative: "Er schläft.1 Urians Reise um die Welt (before 1790?) no.3 Das Liedchen von der Ruhe (1794) no. chorus) Aria: "Fliesse.6 Die Liebe (1790) no.2 Feuerfarb (1794) no.5 Mollys Abschied (?) no.    4. Vom Tode 4.1 Kennst du das Land . Recitative: "Ihr staunt. stöhnt es durch die öde Nacht" WoO 88: Cantata on the Accession of Emperor Leopold II.

3 L'amante impaziente (Arietta buffa) no. love and wine No.3 Aus Goethes Faust (Mephistos Flohlied.      no.4 Diese Wolken in den Höhen no. diese Lieder Opus 99: Der Mann von Wort (Summer 1816) Opus 100: Merkenstein (2nd setting.1 Auf dem Hügel sitz ich spähend no.1 Dimmi ben mio che m'ami no. 4 The Maid of Isla No.4 Gretels Warnung no.2 T'intendo sì mio cor no.4 L'amante impaziente (Arietta assai seriosa) no. 1 Music. Es kehret der Maien.6 Der Zufriedene Opus 82: 4 Arietten und ein Duett (1809–10)       no. 1: Wonne der Wehmut no.2 (2nd Version) Neue Liebe neues Leben no.5 An den fernen Geliebten no.5 Odi Laura che dolce sospira (Duet) Opus 83: Three Songs (1810)       no.6 Nimm sie hin denn. about the Merkenstein ruins) Opus 108: Twenty-five Scottish Songs      No.2 Wo die Berge so blau no. Song of the Flea) no. 2 Sunset No. 1815) Opus 98: An die ferne Geliebte – song cycle (April 1816) (―The first true song cycle in the history of music‖)[5]          no.3 Leichte Segler in den Höhen no. 3: Mit einem gemalten Band Opus 88: "Das Glück der Freundschaft" (1803) Opus 94: "An die Hoffnung" (2nd Version.5. 1815. 2: Sehnsucht no. 5 The sweetest lad was Jamie . 3 O sweet were the hours No. es blühet die Au no.

8 The lovely lass of Inverness No. Highland Laddie No. 12 Oh. 7 Bonny Laddie. 21 Jeanie′s Distress No. how Green The Groves No. had my fate been join′d with thine No. 23 The Shepherd's Song No. my good fellow! No. 22 The Highland Watch No. 15 O cruel was my father No. 19 O swiftly glides the bonny boat No. at thy window be No. 20 Faithfu′ Johnie No. 17 O Mary. Willy No. 18 Enchantress. 24 Again. 9 Behold. farewell No. 10 Sympathy No. yet once again No. fill. 13 Come fill. 11 Oh! thou art the lad of my heart. 16 Could this ill world have been contriv′d No. my lyre. 6 Dim. 25 Sally in our Alley Opus 128: Ariette (Der Kuss) (1798. my Love. dim is my eye No. how can I be blithe and glad No.                                 No. 1822) WoO 107: Achilderung eines Machens (1782) WoO 118: Seufzer eines Ungeliebten – Gegenlieb (1795) WoO 123: Ich liebe dich so wie du mich (Zärtliche Liebe) (1795) WoO 124: La partenza (1795) WoO 126: Opferlied (1798) WoO 129: Der Wachtelschlag (1803) WoO 132: Als die Geliebte sich trennen wolte (1806) WoO 133: In questa tomba oscura (1807) WoO 135: Die laute Klage (1814–15) WoO 136: Andenken (1808) WoO 137: Gesang aus der Ferne (1809) WoO 138: Der Jüngling in der Fremde (1809) . 14 O.

1814. 1811) WoO 141: Der Gesang der Nachtigall (1813) WoO 143: Des Kriegers Abschied (1814) WoO 144: Merkenstein (1st setting. 2nd version hess130) WoO 117: Der freie Mann (1794 or 1795) WoO 119: Oh care selve oh cara (1794 or 1795) WoO 120: Man strebt die Flamme zu verhehlen (1800 or 1801) WoO 121: Abschiedsgesang an Wiens Bürger (Nov.                               WoO 139: Der Liebende (1809) WoO 142: Der Bardengeist (1813) WoO 145: Das Geheimnis (Liebe und Wahrheit) (1815) WoO 146: Sehnsucht (late 1815) WoO 147: Ruf vom Berge (December 1816) WoO 149: Resignation (Winter 1817) WoO 150: Abendlied unterm gestirnten Himmel (1820) WoO 108: An einen Säugling (1783) WoO 109: Erhebt das Glas mit froher Hand (Trinklied beim Abschied zu singen) (1791 or 1792) WoO 110: Elegie auf den Tod eines Pudels (?) WoO 111: Punschlied (1791 or 1792) WoO 112: An Laura (1792) WoO 113: Klage (1790) WoO 114: Ein Selbstgespräch (1793) WoO 115: An Minna (1792) WoO 116: Que le temps me dure (1st version hess129. 1807–08) WoO 140: An die Geliebte (2nd–3rd version. about the Merkenstein ruins) WoO 148: So oder so (1816–17) . 1796) WoO 122: Kriegslied der Österreicher (April 1797) WoO 125: La tiranna (1798–99) WoO 127: Neue Liebe neues Leben (1798–99) WoO 128: Romance (1799) WoO 130: Gedenke mein! (1820) WoO 134: Sehnsucht (1st–5th setting.

yet once again No. at thy window be No. how Green The Groves No. 9 Behold. 20 Faithfu’ Johnie No. 12 Oh. 17 O Mary. 18 Enchantress. 25 Sally in our Alley . how can I be blithe and glad No. 6 Dim. 15 O cruel was my father No. my lyre. 1 Music. 24 Again. 5 The sweetest lad was Jamie No. 16 Could this ill world have been contriv’d No. 10 Sympathy No. farewell No. 8 The lovely lass of Inverness No. 14 O. 4 The Maid of Isla No. Highland Laddie No. 23 The Shepherd’s Song No. dim is my eye No. had my fate been join’d with thine No. 22 The Highland Watch No. Willy No. my Love. my good fellow! No. 21 Jeanie’s Distress No. 19 O swiftly glides the bonny boat No. fill. that symbiosis of vocal and instrumental music that forms the final movement of the Ninth Symphony‖)[5]    WoO 151: Der edle Mensch (1823?) Hess 133: Das liebe Kätzchen (March 1820) Hess 134: Der Knabe auf dem Berge (March 1820) [edit]Folksong arrangements  Opus 108: 25 Scottish Songs                          No. 7 Bonny Laddie. 3 O sweet were the hours No. 2 Sunset No. WoO 150: Abendlied unterm gestirnten Himmel (Spring 1820) (―The final contribution to the medium before writing the song of the songs. 11 Oh! thou art the lad of my heart. love and wine No. 13 Come fill.

4 The morning air plays on my face No. The Irishman in London No. 17 In vain to this desert my fate I deplore No. 8 Come draw we round a cheerful ring No. 2 Sweet Power of Song! No. 21 Morning a cruel turmoiler is No. 18 They bid me slight my Dermot Dear No. 13 Musing on the roaring ocean No. 24 The Traugh Welcome No. 22 From Garyone. my happy home No. or. or The Plain of Badajos No. 3 The British Light Dragoons. Children and Friends No. 20 Farewell bliss and farewell Nancy No. 5 I dreamd I lay where flow’rs were springing No. 1 The Return to Ulster No. 15 Let brain-spinning swains No. 14 Dermot and shelah No. Sirs. 19 Wife. WoO 152: 25 Irish Songs                           No. 11 Thou emblem of Faith (Upon returning a ring) No. 16 Hide not thy anguish No. or The Soldier’s Dream No. 1 When Eve’s last rays in twilight die No. 3 Once more I hail thee No. 25 O harp of Erin WoO 153: 20 Irish Songs       No. 23 A wand’ring gypsey. 5 On the Massacre of Glencoe No. 12 English Bulls. 10 The Deserter No. 7 His boat comes on the sunny tide No. 6 Sad and luckless was the season . 9 Our bugles sung truce. am I No. 6 What shall I do to shew how much I love her? No. 2 No riches from his scanty store No. 4 Since greybeards inform us that youth will decay No.

5 O who. 8 Save me from the grave and wise No. 2 The Soldier No. my Henry dear WoO 154: 12 Irish Songs              No. thy lip has left No. 5 The Miller of Dee . 1 God save the King No. 13 ’Tis sunshine at last No. 10 The hero may perish No. Darby dear! easy be easy No. dear maid. 11 The soldier in A Foreign Land No. I sigh for splendour No. 19 Judy. 12 I’ll praise the saints with early song No. my happy home No. 4 O sanctissima No. 9 The kiss. 2 O Harp of Erin No. 16 O might I but my Patrick love! No. lovely matchless creature No. 12 He promised me at parting WoO 157: 12 Songs Of Various Nationalities      No. 1 The Elfin Fairies No. 18 No more. 9 O would I were but that sweet linnet! No. 4 The pulse of an Irishman No. 3 The Farewell Song No. my dear Dermot No. 17 Come. my Mary. 7 O soothe me. 14 Paddy O’Rafferty No.               No. 6 Put round the bright wine No. 7 From Garyone. 20 Thy ship must sail. 10 Oh! Thou hapless soldier No. 15 ’Tis but in vain. for nothing thrives No. my lyre No. 3 Charlie is my darling No. 11 When far from the home No. 8 Farewell mirth and hilarity: Norah of Balamagairy No.

8 By the side of the Shannon No. 22 Constancy No. 11 Merch Megan. 9 Highlander’s Lament No.        No. or. 10 Sir Johnnie Cope No. 25 The Parting Kiss . 20 To the Blackbird No. Peggy’s Daughter No. 2 The Monks of Bangor’s March No. 17 The Dairy House No. lords and ladies gay No. 12 La gondoletta WoO 155: 26 Welsh Songs                          No. The Son of Evan No. 16 The Damsels of Cardigan No. 7 Robin Adair No. 7 O let the night my blushes hide No. 9 To the Aeolian Harp No. 15 When mortals all to rest retire No. 6 A health to the brave No. 18 Sweet Richard No. 4 Love without hope No. 23 The Old Strain No. 21 Cupid’s kindness No. 5 The Golden Robe No. 19 The Vale of Clwyd No. 8 Farewell. 24 Three Hundred Pounds No. 11 The wandering minstrel No. 3 The Cottage Maid No. 10 Ned Pugh’s Farewell No. thou noisy town No. 12 Waken. 1 Sion. 13 Helpless Woman No. 14 The Dream No. 6 The Fair Maid of Mona No.

5 From thee. 5 Erin! O Erin! No. 9 Lochnagar No. I must go No. 2 Duncan Grey No. 1 Adieu. my Lov’d harp No. 2 Castle O’Neill No. 5 Cease your funning No. 3 Wegen meiner bleib d’Fraula . 4 Bonnie wee thing No. 8 Womankind No. 1 The Banner of Buccleuch No. 2 Horch auf. 11 Auld Lang Syne No. 1 When my hero in court appears No. 12 The Quaker’s Wife WoO 158b: 7 British Songs         No. 26 Good Night WoO 156: 12 Scottish Songs              No. Eliza. 6 O Mary. 4 Ye shepherds of this pleasant vale No. Colette n’est point trompeuse No.  No. non. 1 Ridder Stigs Runer No. 3 Mark yonder pomp of costly fashion No. mein Liebchen No. 6 Untitled WoO 158a: 23 Songs Of Various Nationalities    No. 7 Lament for Owen Roe O’Neill WoO 158c: 6 Songs Of Various Nationalities        No. 2 Non. 4 Red gleams the sun on yon hill tap No. 10 Glencoe No. 7 Polly Stewart No. 3 O was not I a weary wight! (Oh ono chri!) No. 6 Highland Harry No. yes be clad in silk No. 3 Up! quit thy bower No.

5 Teppichkramer-Lied No. oj upilem sie w karczmie No.                    No. Catina [edit]Secular vocal works             Opus 65: Ah! Perfido Opus 116: Tremate empi tremate Opus 118: Elegiac Song Opus 121b: Sacrificial Song Opus 122: Song of Fellowship WoO 89: Prüfung des Küssens WoO 92: Mit Mädeln sich vertragen WoO 92: Primo amore WoO 92a: No non turbarti WoO 93: Ne giorni tuoi felici WoO 95: Chor for the Allied Princes WoO 99 . 12 Seus lindos olhos No. 23 Da brava. 17 Lilla Car (Vaggvisa) No. 4 Wann i in der Früh aufsteh No. 8 Ih mag di nit nehma No. ich muss scheiden No. 15 Kak posli nasi podruzki No. 10 Poszla baba po popiol No. 9 Oj. 14 Akh. 20 Como la mariposa soy No. 19 Una paloma blanca No. 21 Tiranilla Espanola No. 18 An ä Bergli bin i gesasse No. Rrecen’ki recen’ki No. 11 Yo no quiero embarcarme No. 16 Schone Minka. 6 A Madel. 7 Wer solche Buema afipackt No. 13 Vo lesocke komarockov mnogo urodilos’ No. ja a madel No. 22 Edes kinos emlekezet (Magyar Szuretölö Enek) No.

                                 No. 10b Quella cetra ah pur tu sei (Hess 218) No. 7a Nei campi e nelle selve (Hess 217) (1st version) No. 11 Scrivo in te (Hess 215) WoO 102: Song of Farewell WoO 103: Rural Cantata WoO 104: The Monks Song WoO 105: Wedding Song WoO 106: Lobkowitz-Kantate WoO 100: Lob auf den Dicken WoO 101: Graf. 4b Gia la notte savvicina (Hess 223) No. 2 Chi mai di questo core Hess 214) No. 4a Gia la notte savvicina (Hess 222) No. 3c Fra tutte le pene (1st version) No. 5a Giura il nocchier (Hess 221) (2nd version) No. 3b Fra tutte le pene (Hess 225) No. 7a Nei campi e nelle selve (Hess 217) (2nd version) No. 3a Fra tutte le pene No. 9 Per te d'amico aprile (Hess 216) No. 5b Giura il nocchier (Hess 227) No. 1 Bei labbri che amore (Hess 211) No. 6 Ma tu tremi (Hess 212) No. liebster Graf WoO 159: Im Arm der Liebe ruht sich's wohl WoO 161: Ewig Dein WoO 163: Kurz ist der Schmerz WoO 164: Freundschaft ist die Quelle wahrer Glückseligkeit WoO 165: Gluck zum neuen Jahr! WoO 166: Kurz ist der Schmerz WoO 167: Brauchle Linke WoO 168/1: Das Schweigen WoO 168/2: Das Reden . 10a Quella cetra ah pur tu sei (Hess 213) (1st version) No. 10c Quella cetra ah pur tu sei (Hess 219) (2nd version) No.

                                 WoO 169: Ich küsse sie WoO 170: Ars longa. sperrt das Tor dem Tod WoO 190: Ich war hier Doktor. Ich war hier WoO 191: Kühl. per muros WoO 195: Freu dich des Lebens! WoO 196: Es muss sein! WoO 197: Da ist das Werk WoO 198: Wir irren allesamt WoO 202: Das Schöne zum Guten! WoO 203: Das Schöne zu dem Guten! Hess 231: Sei mio ben Hess 228: Salvo tu vuoi lo sposo? Hess 210: Fra tutte le pene (2nd version) . lass dich sehen! WoO 185: Edel sei der Mensch WoO 186: Te solo adoro WoO 187: Schwenke dich ohne Schwanke! WoO 188: Gott ist eine feste Burg WoO 189: Doktor. schreib mir die es-skala auf WoO 173: Hol euch der Teufel! B'hüt euch Gott! WoO 174: Glaube und Hoffe! WoO 175: Sankt Petrus war ein Fels! WoO 176: Glück zum neuen Jahr! WoO 177: Bester Magistrat. vita brevis WoO 194: Si non per portas. Sie sind ein Schaf! WoO 184: Falstafferel. nicht Lau WoO 192: Ars longa. vita brevis WoO 172: Ich bitt' dich. Ihr friert! WoO 178: Signor Abate! WoO 179: Alles Gute WoO 180: Hoffman. vita brevis WoO 193: Ars longa. sei ja kein Hofmann WoO 182: O Tobias! WoO 183: Bester Herr Graf.

Opus 3: String Trio No. 103). 1 in F minor No. followed by works listed as WoO in the Kinsky-Halm catalog.   Hess 230: Giura il nocchier (1st version) Hess 276: Herr Graf. 2 in G major No. 2 in A major No. ich komme zu fragen Hess 277: Esel aller Esel [edit]Music   for Wind Band WoO 18: March No. 1 in E-flat major No. 1 in F major for Military Band (1808) (Yorckscher Marsch) WoO 19: March No. sorted by Opus number. 2: Piano Sonata No. The chronologically comprehensive Biamonti Catalogue is not listed here. 3: Piano Sonata No. 1: Piano Trio No. 3: Piano Trio No. 4 in E-flat major (1797) Opus 8: String Trio No. 2: Piano Trio No. 3 in C major. 2 in G minor. 2 in F major for Military Band (1808) [edit]List of works by number See also: Catalogues of Beethoven compositions The following is a list of Beethoven's works. 1: Piano Sonata No. which are given "Anh" numbers. 1 in F major No. whose composition by Beethoven has since been verified. 2: Cello Sonata No. 1795) Opus 5: Two Cello Sonatas (1796)       No. 1 in E-flat major (1794) Opus 4: String Quintet (Reworking of Wind Octet (Op. 3 in C minor Opus 2: Three Piano Sonatas (1796)       No. Four Hands in D major (1797) Opus 7: Piano Sonata No. Opus 6: Sonata for Piano. [edit]Works  with opus numbers Opus 1: Three Piano Trios (1795)     No. and then works listed in the appendix of that catalog. 1: Cello Sonata No. 2 (Serenade) in D major (1797) Opus 9: Three String Trios (1798) . These are followed by additional works listed in the catalog of Willy Hess that are not otherwise listed in the Kinsky-Halm catalog.

     No. 1 in C major. 8 in C minor ("Pathetique") (1799) Opus 14: Two Piano Sonatas (1799)  No. 4: String Quartet No.    No. Opus 10: Three Piano Sonatas (1798)     No. 2: Piano Sonata No. 1: Piano Sonata No. 3: String Quartet No. 6 in B-flat major Opus 19: Piano Concerto No. 7 in D major Opus 11: Piano Trio No. 5 in A major No. 3: Violin Sonata No. 4 in D major No. Opus 16: Quintet for Piano and Winds (1796) (later arranged for piano quartet) Opus 17: Horn Sonata in F major (1800) Opus 18: Six String Quartets (1800)            No. 4 in C minor No. 1: String Quartet No. 3: Piano Sonata No. 2: String Quartet No. 9 in E major (Arranged for String Quartet by the composer in F major (H 34) in 1801). 1: String Trio No. 4 in A minor (1801) . 3 in G major No. 2 in G major No. 6 in F major No. 2 in A major No. 4 in B-flat major ("Gassenhauer") (1797) (*for clarinet (or violin). 10 in G major. 1 in D major No. 2 in B-flat major (1795) Opus 20: Septet in E-flat major (1799) Opus 21: Symphony No. and piano)  Opus 12: Three Violin Sonatas (1798)      No. 2: Piano Sonata No. 5: String Quartet No. 3 in E-flat major Opus 13: Piano Sonata No. 5 in C minor No. 3: String Trio No. 1 in C major (1800) Opus 22: Piano Sonata No. 11 in B-flat major (1800) Opus 23: Violin Sonata No. 1 in F major No. cello (sometimes bassoon). 1: Violin Sonata No. 2: Violin Sonata No. 3 in D major No. 6: String Quartet No. 5 in C minor. 1: Piano Sonata No. 2: String Trio No. Opus 15: Piano Concerto No.

1: Piano Sonata No. 5 in F major. 2 in D major (1803) Opus 37: Piano Concerto No. 7 in C minor No. 8 in G major Opus 31: Three Piano Sonatas (1802)        No. 3 in C minor (1803) Opus 38: Piano Trio in E-flat major (Arrangement of the Septet. 1: Violin Sonata No. 1 in G major (1802) Opus 41: Serenade for Piano and Flute or Violin in D major (1803) Opus 42: Notturno for Viola and Piano in D major (1803) Opus 43: The Creatures of Prometheus. 2: Violin Sonata No. 15 in D major (1801) Opus 29: String Quintet in C major (1801) Opus 30: Three Violin Sonatas (1803)     No. Violin and Viola in D major (1801) Opus 26: Piano Sonata No. 2: Piano Sonata No. 16 in G major No. 3: Piano Sonata No. overture and ballet music (1801) Opus 44: Variations on an original theme in E-flat major for piano trio (1792) Opus 45: Three Marches for Piano.    Opus 24: Violin Sonata No. 13 in E-flat major No. 14 in C-sharp minor ("Moonlight") Opus 28: Piano Sonata No. Opus 20) (1803) Opus 39: Two Preludes through all twelve major keys for piano (1789) Opus 40: Romance for Violin and Orchestra No. "Spring" (1801) Opus 25: Serenade for Flute. 3: Violin Sonata No. 1: Piano Sonata No. 17 in D minor ("Tempest") No. 18 in E-flat major ("Hunt") Opus 32: Song "An die Hoffnung" (1805) Opus 33: Seven Bagatelles for piano (1802) Opus 34: Six variations on an original theme for piano in F major (1802) Opus 35: Fifteen variations and a fugue for piano on an original theme in E-flat major ("Eroica Variations") (1802)             Opus 36: Symphony No. 4 hands (1803) Opus 46: Song – "Adelaide" (1795) Opus 47: Violin Sonata No. 6 in A major No. 9 in A major ("Kreutzer") (1802) . 12 in A-flat major (1801) Opus 27: Two Piano Sonatas (1801)      No. 2: Piano Sonata No.

 Opus 48: Six Songs (1802)        No. and piano in C major (1804–1805) Opus 57: Piano Sonata No. 3 in E-flat major ("Eroica") (1805) Opus 56: Triple Concerto for violin. 3: "Das Liedchen von der Ruhe" No. 9 in C major. 2 in F major (1798) Opus 51: Two Rondos for Piano (1797)    No. 6: "Bußlied" Opus 49: Two Piano Sonatas (1792)     No. 21 in C major ("Waldstein") (1803) Opus 54: Piano Sonata No. 1: String Quartet No. 1: Piano Sonata No. 8 in E minor No. 5: "Gottes Macht und Vorsehung" No. cello. 1: Rondo in C major No. 4 in G major (1805–1806) Opus 59: Three String Quartets ("Rasumovsky") (1806)    No. 3: String Quartet No. 2: Piano Sonata No. 1: "Urians Reise um die Welt" No. 7 in F major No. 3: "Vom Tode" No. 22 in F major (1804) Opus 55: Symphony No. 4: "Die Ehre Gottes aus der Natur" No. 2: Rondo in G major Opus 52: Eight Songs (1804–1805)                No. 8: "Das Blümchen Wunderhold" Opus 53: Piano Sonata No. . 2: String Quartet No. Opus 50: Romance for Violin and Orchestra No. 2: "Feuerfab" No. 23 in F minor ("Appassionata") (1805–1806) Opus 58: Piano Concerto No. 1: "Bitten" No. 6: "Die Liebe" No. 20 in G major. 7: "Marmotte" No. 4: "Maigesang" No. 5: "Mollys Abschied" No. 2: "Die Liebe des Nächsten" No. 19 in G minor No.

10 in E-flat major ("Harp") (1809) Opus 75: Six Songs (1809)             No. 24 in F-sharp major (1809) Opus 79: Piano Sonata No. 25 in G major (1809) Opus 80: "Choral Fantasy" (Fantasia in C minor for piano. 5 in E-flat major ("Emperor") (1809) Opus 74: String Quartet No. with Leonore Overture No. 6 in F major ("Pastoral") (1807–1808) Opus 69: Cello Sonata No. 3 in A major (1808) Opus 70: Two Piano Trios (1808)          No. 5 in C minor (1807–1808) Opus 68: Symphony No. 2: "Neue Liebe neues Leben" No. 5 in D major ("Ghost") No. 2: Piano Trio No. opera (c. 6: "Der Zufriedene" Opus 76: Six variations on an original theme for piano in D major (1809) Opus 77: Piano Fantasia in G minor (1809) Opus 78: Piano Sonata No. 6 in E-flat major Opus 71: Wind sextet in E-flat (1796) Opus 72: Fidelio. chorus. 3: "Es war einmal ein König" from Goethe's Faust. 1803–05. 4: "Gretels Warnung" No. 4 in B-flat major (1806) Opus 61: Violin Concerto in D major (1806) Opus 61a: Piano Transcription of Violin Concerto Opus 61 Opus 62: Coriolan Overture (1807) Opus 63: Arrangement of String Quintet (Opus 4) for Piano Trio (1806) Opus 64: Arrangement of String Trio (Opus 3) for Piano and Cello (1807) Opus 65: Aria: "Ah perfido!" (1796) Opus 66: 12 Variations for cello and piano in F major on Mozart's "Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen" (1796) Opus 67: Symphony No. with Leonore Overture No. 26 in E-flat major ("Les Adieux") (1809) .            Opus 60: Symphony No. 1: "Mignon" No. and orchestra) (1808) Opus 81a: Piano Sonata No. Fidelio Overture composed 1814) Opus 72a: Leonore (earlier version of Fidelio. 1: Piano Trio No. 5: "An die fernen Geliebten" No. also known as "Song of the Flea" No. 2) (1805) Opus 72b: Leonore (earlier version of Fidelio. 3) (1806) Opus 73: Piano Concerto No.

  Opus 81b: Sextet in E-flat major (1795) Opus 82: Four Ariettas and a Duet (1809)       No. 2: "Sehnsucht" No. 28 in A major (1816) Opus 102: Two Cello Sonatas (1815)    No. overture and incidental music (1810) Opus 85: Oratorio: Christus am Ölberge (Christ on the Mount of Olives) (1803) Opus 86: Mass in C major (1807) Opus 87: Trio for two Oboes and English Horn in C major (1795) Opus 88: Song: "Das Glück der Freundschaft" (1803) Opus 89: Polonaise in C major (1814) Opus 90: Piano Sonata No. 2: Cello Sonata No. 2: "T'intendo si. 4: "L'amante impatiente" (second version) No. 3: "Mit einem gemalten Band" Opus 84: Egmont. Opus 103: Octet in E-flat (1792) . che m'ami" No. 1: Cello Sonata No. 4 in C major No. 27 in E minor (1814) Opus 91: Wellington's Victory ("Battle Symphony") (1813) Opus 92: Symphony No. 5 in D major. 7 in A major (1812) Opus 93: Symphony No. about the Merkenstein ruins) Opus 101: Piano Sonata No. 10 in G major (1812) Opus 97: Piano Trio No. 7 in B-flat major ("Archduke") (1811) Opus 98: An die ferne Geliebte. 5: Duet: "Odi 'laura che dolce sospira" Opus 83: Three Songs (1810)                       No. 1: "Wonne der Wehmut" No. 1: "Dimmi. mio cor" No. ben mio. song cycle (1816) Opus 99: Song "Der Mann von Wort" (1816) Opus 100: Song "Merkenstein" (1814. 8 in F major (1812) Opus 94: Song "An die Hoffnung" (1814) Opus 95: String Quartet No. 3: "L'amante impaziente" (first version) No. 11 in F minor ("Serioso") (1810) Opus 96: Violin Sonata No.

9 in D minor ("Choral") (1824) Opus 126: Six Bagatelles for piano (1824) Opus 127: String Quartet No. overture and incidental music (1811) Opus 118: "Elegischer Gesang" for four voices and string quartet (1814) Opus 119: Eleven new Bagatelles for piano (1822) Opus 120: Thirty-three variations on a waltz by Diabelli for piano in C major ("Diabelli Variations") (1823) Opus 121a: Kakadu Variations. for chorus and orchestra (1815)                        Opus 113: Die Ruinen von Athen (The ruins of Athens). 12 in E-flat major (1825) Opus 128: Song: "Der Kuss" (1822) Opus 129: Rondo à Capriccio for piano in G major ("Rage over a lost penny") (1795) Opus 130: String Quartet No. 14 in C-sharp minor (1826) Opus 132: String Quartet No.         Opus 104: String Quintet (arrangement of Piano Trio No. empi tremate". overture (1822) Opus 125: Symphony No. overture (1815) Opus 116: "Tremate. 29 in B-flat major ("Hammerklavier") (1818) Opus 107: Ten National Airs with Variations for Flute and Piano (1820) Opus 108: Twenty-Five Scottish Songs (1818) Opus 109: Piano Sonata No. 30 in E major (1820) Opus 110: Piano Sonata No. chorus and wind instruments (1824) Opus 123: Missa Solemnis in D major (1823) Opus 124: Die Weihe des Hauses (Consecration of the House). 15 in A minor (1825) Opus 133: Große Fuge in B-flat major for string quartet (originally finale of Opus 130) (1826) Opus 134: Piano arrangement (4 hands) of the Große Fuge. 13 in B-flat major (1825) Opus 131: String Quartet No. vocal trio with orchestra (1802) Opus 117: König Stephan (King Stephen). 31 in A-flat major (1821). 3. March and Chorus (1822). 1817) Opus 105: Six sets of variations for Piano and Flute (1819) Opus 106: Piano Sonata No. for Piano Trio (Variations on "Ich bin der Schneider Kakadu") (1803) Opus 121b: "Opferlied" for soprano. Opus 115: Zur Namensfeier (Feastday). chorus and orchestra (1822) Opus 122: "Bundeslied" for voices. Opus 133 (1826) . overture and incidental music (1811) Opus 114: Die Ruinen von Athen (The ruins of Athens). Opus 111: Piano Sonata No. 32 in C minor (1822) Opus 112: Meeresstille und glückliche Fahrt (Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage).

0   WoO 5: Violin Concerto movement in C major. possibly part of initial version of the Piano Concerto No. actually by Beethoven's brother Carl) WoO 13: Twelve German Dances for orchestra (only a version for piano is extant) . [edit]Instrumental works: WoO 1–86 Orchestral works Orchestra alone     WoO 1: Musik zu einem Ritterballett (Music for a ballet on horseback) – eight movements WoO 2a: Triumphal March for orchestra for Christoph Kuffner's tragedy Tarpeja (1813) WoO 2b: Prelude to Act II of Tarpeja (1813) WoO 3: "Gratulations-Menuett". with Leonore Overture No. opera (earlier version of Fidelio. 2 Dances      WoO 7: Twelve minuets for orchestra WoO 8: Twelve German Dances for orchestra (later arranged for piano) WoO 9: Six minuets for two violins and cello WoO 10: Six minuets for orchestra (original version lost. fragment WoO 6: Rondo in B-flat major for piano and orchestra. 1) (1807) [edit]Works without opus numbers [edit]Works with WoO numbers The numbers and categories used below are from the Kinsky catalog of 1955. fragment. only an arrangement for piano is extant) WoO 11: Seven Ländler for two violins and cello (original version lost.    Opus 135: String Quartet No. only an arrangement for piano is extant)   WoO 12: Twelve minuets for orchestra (probably spurious. German for "Works without Opus number". minuet for orchestra Concertante  WoO 4: Piano Concerto in E-flat major (solo part only with indications of orchestration). WoO is an abbreviation of "Werke ohne Opuszahl". 16 in F major (1826) Opus 136: Cantata: Der glorreiche Augenblick (1814) Opus 137: Fugue for String Quintet in D major (1817) Opus 138: Leonore. occasionally referred to as Beethoven's Piano Concerto No.

2 horns and 2 bassoons (original finale of the Octet. 2 clarinets. "mit zwei obligaten Augengläsern" ("with two obbligato eyeglasses") WoO 33: Five pieces for mechanical clock or flute WoO 34: Duet for two violins WoO 35: Canon for two violins With piano    WoO 36: Three piano quartets WoO 37: Trio for flute. and piano in G major (1786) WoO 38: Piano Trio No. bassoon. 8 in E-flat major . opus 103) (1792)    WoO 26: Duo for two flutes WoO 27: Three duets for clarinet and bassoon (possibly spurious) WoO 28: Variations for two oboes and cor anglais on "Là ci darem la mano" from Mozart's opera Don Giovanni   WoO 29: March for Wind Sextet in B-flat (2 clarinets.    WoO 14: Twelve contredanses for orchestra WoO 15: Six Ländler for two violins and cello (also arranged for piano) WoO 16: Twelve Écossaises for orchestra (probably spurious) WoO 17: Eleven "Mödlinger Tänze" for seven instruments (probably spurious) Marches and dances for winds        WoO 18: March for Military Band "For the Bohemian Ward" (trio added later) WoO 19: March for Military Band (trio added later) WoO 20: March for Military Band "Zapfenstreich" (trio added later) WoO 21: Polonaise for Military Band WoO 22: Écossaise for Military Band WoO 23: Écossaise for Military Band (only a piano arrangement by Carl Czerny is extant) WoO 24: March for Military Band Chamber works Without piano  WoO 25: Rondo for 2 oboes.      WoO 31: Fugue for organ WoO 32: Duo for viola and cello. 2 horns & 2 bassoons) WoO 30: Three Equale for four trombones – Vocal arrangements of these were performed at Beethoven's funeral.

1810))[4] WoO 60: Ziemlich lebhaft (Bagatelle) for piano in B-flat major (1818))[4] WoO 61: Allegretto for piano in B minor (1821) WoO 61a: Allegretto quasi andante for piano in G minor (1825) WoO 62: String Quintet in C major (Fragment. fragment) completed Ferdinand Ries. rev. Piano Transcription) Variations  WoO 63: Nine variations for piano on a march by Ernst Christoph Dressler (1782) . "Für Elise" (c. 1830 WoO 52: Presto (Bagatelle) for piano in C minor (1795. 21 (Waldstein) (1805) WoO 58: Cadenzas for 1st and 3rd movements of Mozart's D minor Piano Concerto (K. 466) WoO 59: Poco moto (Bagatelle) for piano in A minor. F minor.  WoO 39: Allegretto for piano trio in B-flat major (Piano Trio No. the Conqu'ring Hero comes" WoO 46: Seven Variations for cello and piano in E-flat major on Mozart's "Bei Männern welche Liebe fühlen" Piano works for 2 or 4 hands Sonatas and single-movement works                  WoO 47: Three piano sonatas (E-flat major. 1822))[4] WoO 57: Andante favori – original middle movement from Piano Sonata No. 1798 and 1822)[4] WoO 53: Allegretto (Bagatelle) for piano in C minor (1796 –97)[4] WoO 54: Lustig-Traurig (Bagatelle) for piano in C major (1802)[4] WoO 55: Prelude for piano in F minor (1803) WoO 56: Allegretto (Bagatelle) for piano in C major (1803. rev. D major) ("Kurfürsten Sonatas") (1783) WoO 48: Rondo for piano in C major (1783) WoO 49: Rondo for piano in A major (1783) WoO 50: Piano Sonata in F major (1790–92) WoO 51: Piano Sonata in C major (1797–98. 9) WoO 40: Twelve variations for piano and violin on "Se vuol ballare" from Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro (1792–93)         WoO 41: Rondo for piano and violin in G major (1793–94) WoO 42: Six German Dances for violin and piano (1796) WoO 43a: Sonatina for mandolin and harpsichord WoO 43b: Adagio for mandolin and harpsichord WoO 44a: Sonatina for mandolin and piano WoO 44b: Andante and variations for mandolin and harpsichord WoO 45: Twelve Variations for cello and piano in G major on Handel's "See.

la stessissima" from Antonio Salieri's opera Falstaff WoO 74: "Ich denke dein" – song with six variations for piano four hands WoO 75: Seven variations for piano on "Kind. WoO 86 MENU 0:00 .   WoO 64: Six Variations on a Swiss song for piano or harp (1790–1792) WoO 65: Twenty-four variations for piano on Vincenzio Righini's aria "Venni Amore" (1790–1791) WoO 66: Thirteen variations for piano on the aria "Es war einmal ein alter Mann" from Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf's opera Das rote Käppchen   WoO 67: Eight variations for piano four hands on a theme by Count Waldstein WoO 68: Twelve variations for piano on the "Menuet a la Vigano" from Jakob Haibel's ballet La nozza disturbate (1795)   WoO 69: Nine variations for piano on "Quant'e piu bello" from Giovanni Paisiello's opera La Molinara WoO 70: Six variations for piano on "Nel cor più non mi sento" from Giovanni Paisiello's opera La Molinara (1795)  WoO 71: Twelve variations for piano on the Russian dance from Paul Wranitzky's ballet Das Waldmädchen  WoO 72: Eight variations for piano on "Une Fièvre Brûlante" from André Ernest Modeste Grétry's opera Richard Coeur-de-lion    WoO 73: Ten variations for piano on "La stessa. willst du ruhig schlafen" from Peter Winter's opera Das unterbrochene Opferfest  WoO 76: Eight variations for piano on "Tändeln und scherzen" from Franz Xaver Süssmayr's opera Soliman II     WoO 77: Six easy variations on an original theme for piano WoO 78: Seven variations for piano on "God Save the King" WoO 79: Five variations for piano on "Rule Britannia!" WoO 80: Thirty-two variations on an original theme in C minor for piano Dances Écossaise in E-flat major.

choruses and arias with orchestra              WoO 87: Cantata on the Death of Emperor Joseph II WoO 88: Cantata on the Accession of Emperor Leopold II WoO 89: Aria "Prüfung des Küssens" WoO 90: Aria "Mit Mädeln sich vertragen" WoO 91: Two arias for Die Schöne Schusterin (1795) WoO 92: Aria "Primo Amore" WoO 92a: Aria "No." aria with chorus in B-flat major (1814) WoO 95: Chorus for the Congress of Vienna WoO 96: Incidental Music to Leonore Prohaska (1815) WoO 97: "Es ist vollbracht" for Die Ehrenpforten (1815) WoO 98: "Wo sich die Pulse. Graf. liebster Graf" WoO 102: Chorus for male voices "Abschiedsgesang" WoO 103: Cantata Un lieto Brindisi WoO 104: "Gesang der Mönche" from Schiller's Wilhelm Tell for three male voices . non turbati" WoO 93: Duet "Nei giorni tuoi felice" WoO 94: "Germania.       WoO 81: Allemande for piano in A major WoO 82: Minuet for piano in E-flat major WoO 83: Six Écossaises for piano and orchestra in E-flat major WoO 84: Waltz for piano in E-flat major WoO 85: Waltz for piano in D major WoO 86: Écossaise for piano in E-flat major [edit]Vocal works: WoO 87–205 Cantatas." chorus for The Consecration of the House Works for multiple voices with piano accompaniment. or unaccompanied       WoO 99: Italian Partsongs WoO 100: Musical joke for three voices "Lob auf den Dicken" WoO 101: Musical joke for three voices and chorus "Graf.Problems listening to this file? See media help.

Holz. quips. Geigt die Quartette So" WoO 205: Ten musical quips (Kinsky's word is "Notenscherze") from Beethoven's letters . and dedications        WoO 199: Musical joke "Ich bin der Herr von zu" WoO 200: Piano Exercise "O Hoffnung!" WoO 201: Musical joke "Ich bin bereit!" WoO 202: Riddle canon "Das Schöne zu dem Guten" (first version) WoO 203: Riddle canon "Das Schöne zu dem Guten" (second version) WoO 204: Musical joke "Holz.  WoO 105: Song for solo voice. with piano trio accompaniment           WoO 152: Twenty-five Irish folksongs WoO 153: Twenty Irish folksongs WoO 154: Twelve Irish folksongs WoO 155: Twenty-six Welsh folksongs WoO 156: Twelve Scottish folksongs WoO 157: Twelve folksongs of various nationalities WoO 158a: Twenty-three continental folksongs WoO 158b: Seven British folksongs WoO 158c: Six assorted folksongs WoO 158d: "Air Français" Vocal canons  WoO 159–198: Forty-three Canons Musical jokes. chorus and piano "Hochzeitslied" WoO 106: Birthday Cantata for Prince Lobkowitz Lieder and songs for solo voice and piano       WoO 107–130: Twenty-four songs WoO 131: Unfinshed song "Erlkönig" WoO 132: Song "Als die Geliebte sich trennen wollte" WoO 133: Song "In questa tomba oscura" WoO 134: Song "Sehnsucht" in four settings WoO 135–151: Seventeen Songs Folksong arrangements for one or more voices.

some experts believe this to be a true work by Beethoven as it musically represents an early 20-year old Beethoven. Anh 8 through 18 are works known by Kinsky to not have been written by Beethoven. No. those entries are not listed here. this work is estimated to have been written between 1788 and 1793.[citation needed]  Anh 16.            H 12: Oboe Concerto in F (lost. 2 Gertrude's Dream Waltz for solo piano [edit]Selected works with Hess (H) numbers These works have numbers that were assigned by Willy Hess. many were unconvinced that this work was by Beethoven. only incipits and draft of 2nd movement extant) [1] H 13: Romance in E minor for 3 soloists and orchestra H 15: Piano Concerto No. Though today. but might not have been written by him. Jan Joseph Rosler (1771-1813). Many of the works in the Hess catalog also have WoO numbers. but that were previously falsely attributed to him.        Anh 1: Symphony in C major ("Jena") – now attributed to Friedrich Witt Anh 2: Six string quartets Anh 3: Piano Trio in D major Anh 4: Flute Sonata in B-flat major Anh 5: Two Piano Sonatinas: Sonatina in G major and Sonatina in F major Anh 6: Rondo for piano in B-flat major Anh 7: Piano Concerto (Allegro) in D major (first movement) – at first. Regardless. 6 in D major (unfinished) H 19: Wind quintet in E-flat major H 28: Movement in A-flat major for string trio H 29: Prelude and Fugue for String Quartet H 30: Prelude and Fugue for String Quartet (1794–95) H 31: Prelude and Fugue for String Quartet (1794–95) H 32: String Quartet in F major (1799) H 33: Minuet for string quartet (1790–92) H 34: String Quartet arrangement of Opus 14 No. 1 (1801–02) .[edit]Works with Anhang (Anh) numbers These are works from the Appendix (Anhang in German) of Kinsky's catalog that were attributed to Beethoven at the time the catalog was compiled. most believed this to be a missing movement from a piano concerto by the Bohemian composer.

      H 36: Handel Fugue arranged for String Quartet (1798) H 38: Bach Fugue arranged for String Quartet H 39: String Quintet in F major (lost) H 40: Movement in D minor for String Quintet H 46: Violin Sonata in A major H 48: Allegretto in E-flat major for piano trio Ländler in C minor.                 H 61: Anglaise in D major for Piano H 64: Fugue for keyboard H 65: Concerto excerpt (arrangement of Opus 37) H 68: Ländler in C minor H 69: Bagatelle in C minor for piano H 87: March for piano (arrangement of WoO 29) H 88: Minuet for piano (arrangement of Hess 33) H 89: Musik zu einem Ritterballett (Music for a ballet of knights) (piano arrangement of WoO 1) H 90: The Creatures of Prometheus (piano arrangement of Opus 43) H 91: Opferlied (piano arrangement of Opus 121b) H 92: Bundeslied (piano arrangement of Opus 122) H 93: "Freudvoll" (piano accompaniment for Opus 84) H 97: Wellington's Victory ("Battle Symphony") (piano arrangement of Opus 91) H 99: March for piano (arrangement of WoO 18) H 107: Grenadier's March H 108: Wellington's Victory ("Battle Symphony") (panharmonicon arrangement of Opus 91) . H 68 MENU 0:00 Problems listening to this file? See media help.

             H 115: Vestas Feuer (unfinished Opera) (1803) H 118: Music for The Consecration of the House (from Opus 113) H 133: Folksong H 134: Folksong H 137: Song "Ich wiege dich" (lost) H 139: Song "Minnesold" (lost) H 143: Song "An die Freude" (lost) H 152–207: Folksong settings H 208–232: Italian partsongs H 233–246: Counterpoint exercises H 274–277: Four Canons H 297: Adagio for three horns H 300–301: Two Canons .