WORKS LISTED BY OPUS NUMBERS


Op. 1

Three Piano Trios, in E-flat, G, and c, composed in 1794 - 1795, dedicated to Prince Lichnowsky, published in Vienna in 1795.  (No. 1 probably composed before 1794).  Link to the Creation History

Op. 2

 1. Piano Sonata No. 1 in f.  Composed in 1793 - 1795.  Dedicated to Joseph Haydn.  Published in Vienna in 1796.  (The second movement contains material from the Piano Quartet, WoO 36, No. 3).

 2. Piano Sonata No. 2 in A. Composed in 1794- 1795.  Dedicated to Joseph Haydn.  Published in Vienna in 1796.

 3. Piano Sonata No. 3 in C. Composed in 1794 - 1795. Dedicated to Joseph Haydn.  Published in Vienna in 1796.  (The first movement contains material from the Piano Quartet, WoO 36, No. 3).   Link to Creation Histories

Op. 3

String Trio in E-flat. Composed prior to 1794.  Published in Vienna in 1796.  (There exists also a fragment of a Beethoven arrangement as a Piano Trio).

Op. 4

String Quintet in E-flat. Composed in 1795.  Published in Vienna in 1796.  (Thorough compositional revision of the Octet, op. 103 - see 'Chamber Music for Wind alone Strings').  Link to the Creation History

Op. 5

Two Cello Sonatas, one of them in F, one in g.  Composed in 1796.   Dedicated to Frederic William II of Prussia.  Published in Vienna in 1797.   Link to Creation History

Op. 6

Piano Sonata for four hands in D.  Composed in 1796 - 1797.  Published in Vienna in 1797

Op. 7

Piano Sonata No. 4, in E-flat. Composed in 1796 - 1797. Dedicated to Countess Barbara von Keglevics. Published in Vienna in 1797.  Link to Creation History

Op. 8

Serenade in D, Trio for string instruments.  Composed in 1796-1797.  Published in Vienna in 1797

Op. 9

Three String Trios in G, D and c. Composed in 1797-1798.  Dedicated to Count Johann Georg von Browne.  Published in Vienna in 1798.

Op. 10

1. Piano Sonata No. 5 in c. Probably composed in 1795 - 1797.  Dedicated to Countess Anna Margarete von Browne.  Published in Vienna in 1798.

2. Piano Sonata No. 6 in F. Composed in 1796 - 1797.  Dedicated to Countess von Browne.  Published in Vienna in 1798.

3. Piano Sonata No. Nr. 7 in D. Probably composed in 1797 - 1798.  Dedicated to Countess von Browne.  Published in Vienna in 1798. Link to Creation Histories

Op. 11

Trio in B-flat for Pianoforte, Clarinet/Violin and Violoncello.  Composed in 1797.   Probably first performed in 1798.  Dedicated to Countess Maria Wilhelmine von Thun.  Published in Vienna in 1798.

Op. 12

Three Sonatas for Piano and Violin, in D, A, and E-flat.  Composed in 1797 - 1798.  Published in Vienna in 1799.  Dedicated to Antonio Salieri.

Op. 13

Piano Sonata No. 8 'Pathethique', in c.  Probably composed in 1797 - 1798.  Dedicated to Prince Lichnowsky.  Published in Vienna in 1799.  Link to Creation History

Op. 14

1. Piano Sonata No. 9 in E.  Composed in 1798.  Dedicated to Baroness Josefine von Braun.  Published in Vienna in 1799.

2. Piano Sonata No. 10 in G.  Probably composed in 1799.  Dedicated to Barnoness von Braun.  Published in Vienna in 1799.  Link to Creation Histories

Op. 15

Piano Concerto No. 1 in C.  Composed in 1795, probably revised in 1801.  Premiered on December 18, 1975.  Dedicated to Princess Barbara Odeschalchi, nee Countess von Keglevics.  Published in Vienna in 1801.  3 Cadenzas to the first movement, probably composed in 1809, one of them probably earlier.   Link to Creation History

Op. 16

Quintett in E-flat for Piano, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon.  Composed in 1796.  Premiere: April 6, 1797.  Dedicated to Prince Joseph Johann zu Schwarzenberg.  Published in Vienna in 1801.

Op. 17

Horn Sonata in F. Composed in April 1800.  Premiere: April 18, 1800.  Dedicated to Baroness Josefine von Braun.  Published in Vienna in 1801.

Op. 18

Six String Quartets in F, G, D, c, A, and B.  Composed in 1798 -1800.  Dedicated to Prince Lobkowitz.  Published in Vienna in 1801. Link to the Creation History

Op. 19

Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat.   Begun around 1788, revised in 1794-1795 and 1798.  Premiere: March 29, 1795.  Dedicated to Carl Nicklas von Nickelsberg.  Published in Leipzig in 1801. Cadenza for the First Movement composed in 1809.   Link to the Creation History

Op. 20

Septet in E-flat, for Clarinette, Horn, Bassoon, Violin, Viola, Violoncello, Contrabass.  Composed in 1799-1800.  Premiere: April 2, 1800.  Dedicated to Empress Maria Theresia.  Published in Leipzig in 1802.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 21

Symphony No. 1 in C, Composed in 1799-1800.  Premiere: April 2, 1800 at the Burgtheater in Vienna.  Dedicated to Baron Gottfried van Swieten.  Published in Leipzig in 1801.   Link to the Creation History

Op. 22

Piano Sonata No. 11, in B-flat.  Composed in 1800.  Dedicated to Count von Browne.  Published in Leipzig in 1802.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 23

Violin Sonata in a.  Composed in 1800.  Dedicated to Count Fries.  Published in Vienna in 1801.

Op. 24

Violin Sonata in F, 'Spring'.  Composed in 1800 - 1801.  Dedicated to Count Fries.  Published in Vienna in 1801.

Op. 25

Serenade in D, for Flute, Violin and Viola.  Composed in 1801.  Published in Vienna in 1802. 

Op. 26

Piano Sonata No. 12, in A.  Composed in 1800 - 1801.  Dedicated to Prince Lichnowsky.  Published in Vienna in 1802.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 27

1. Piano Sonata No. 13 'quasi una fantasia', in E-flat.  Composed in 1800.  Dedicated to Princess Josephine von Liechtensein. Published in Vienna in 1802.

2. Piano Sonata No. 14, 'quasi una fantasia' ('Mond Light Sonata').  Composed in 1801.  Dedicated to Countess Giulietta Guicciardi. Published in Vienna in 1802.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 28

Piano Sonata No. 15 ('Pastoral').  Composed in 1801.  Dedicated to Joseph von Sonnenfels.  Published in Vienna in 1802.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 29

Quintet for String Instruments in C. Composed in 1801.  Dedicated to Count Fries.  Published in Leipzig in 1802.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 30

Three Violin Sonatas in A, c, and G.  Composed in 1801 - 1802.  Dedicated to Tsar Alexander I of Russia.  Published in Vienna in 1803. 

Op. 31

1. Piano Sonata No. 16, in G.  Composed in 1802.  Published in Zurich in 1803.

2. Piano Sonata No. 17 ('The Tempest') in d.  Composed in 1802.  Published in Zurich in 1803.

3. Piano Sonata No. 18, in E-flat.  Composed in 1802.  Published in Zurich and London in 1804.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 32

An die Hoffnung (C.A. Tiedge). Text Incipit: Die du so gern in heilgen Nächten feierst.  Composed in 1805.  Published in Vienna in 1805.  (See also op. 94). Link to the Creation History

Op. 33

Seven Bagatelles for Piano, in E-flat, C, F, A, C, D and A.  Composed in 1801-1802.  Published in Vienna and London in 1803.

Op. 34

6 Variations for Piano, based on an original theme, in F.  Composed in 1802.  Dedicated to Princess Odeschalchi.  Published in Leipzig in 1803.  Link to the Creation History  

Op. 35

15 Variations for Piano and a Fugue, based on an original theme, in E-flat, ('Eroica Variations').  Composed in 1802.  Dedicated to Count Moritz Lichnowsky.  Published in Leipzig in 1803.  (Theme also used for the Ballet 'The Creatures of Prometheus', op. 43, 'Eroica' Sym. Op. 55 and the Contredanse WoO 14 No. 7).  Link to the Creation History  

Op. 36

Symphony No. 2 in D. Composed in 1801 - 1802.  Premiere: April 5, 1803 at the Theater-an-der- Wien in Vienna.  Dedicated to Prince Karl von Lichnowsky.  Published in Vienna in 1804.  (For Piano, Violin and Violoncello: In Vienna in 1805).  Link to the Creation History

Op. 37

Piano Concerto No. 3 in c.  Probably composed in 1800- 1803. Premiere: April 5, 1803.  Dedicated to Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia.  Published in Vienna in 1804.  (Probably revised in 1803).  Cadenza for the First Movement composed in 1809.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 38

Trio in E-flat for Piano, Clarinet/Violin, Violoncello. (Arrangement of the Septet, op. 20).  Probably completed in 1802 - 1803. Dedicated to Professor Johann Adam Schmidt.  Published in Vienna in 1805.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 39

Two Preludes for Piano, in C, through all twelve major scales.  Probably composed in 1789.  Published in Leipzig in 1803. 

Op. 40

Romance in G for Violin and Orchestra.  Probably composed in 1801-1802.  Published in Leipzig in 1803. Link to the Creation History

Op. 41

Serenade for Piano and Flute in D.  Composed in 1803.  Arrangement of 25. Reviewed and approved by Beethoven, however, prepared by someone else.

Op. 42

Notturno in D, for Piano and Viola . (Arrangement of the Serenade op. 8).  Composed in 1803.  (Reviewed and approved by Beethoven, however, mainly prepared by someone else).  Published in Leipzig in 1804. 

Op. 43

The Creatures of Prometheus (S. Vigano), Overture, Introduction and Sixteen Numbers.  Composed in 1800 - 1801.  Premiere: Vienna, Burgtheater, on March 28, 1801.  Piano version published in Vienna in 1801.  Printing of the Overture alone: 1804 in Leipzig.

Op. 44

Variations in E-flat, based on an original theme, Pianoforte Trio.  Sketched in 1792.  Published in Leipzig in 1804.

Op. 45

Three Marches in C, E-flat and D.  Probably composed in 1803.  Dedicated to Princess Maria Esterhazy.  Published in Vienna in 1804.

Op. 46

Adelaide (Matthisson). Song. Text Incipit: Einsam wandelt dein Freund im Frühlingsgarten.  Composed in 1794-1795.  Published in Vienna in 1797.  Dedicated to Friedrich von Matthisson. Link to the Creation History

Op. 47

Violin Sonata in a, 'Kreutzer Sonata'.  Composed in 1802 - 1803.  Premiere: May 24, 1803.  Written for George P. Bridgetower. Dedicated to Rodolphe Kreutzer.  Published in Bonn and London in 1805.  (Finale originally intended for op. 30/1).

Op. 48

Six Songs (C.F. Gellert).  1. Bitten. Text Incipit: Gott, deine Guete reicht so weit.  2. Die Liebe des Naechsten. Text Incipit: So jemand spricht: ich liebe Gott.  3. Vom Tode. Text Incipit: Meine Lebenszeit verstreicht.  4. Die Ehre Gottes aus der Natur. Text Incipit: Die Himmel ruehmen.  5. Gottes Macht und Vorsehung. Text Incipit: Gott ist mein Lied.  6. Bußlied. Text Incipit: Ach mir schallt's dorten.  Composed before March 1802.  Dedicated to Count von Browne.  Published in Vienna in 1803.  (No. 3 sketched in 1798).

Op. 49

1. Piano Sonata No. 19, in g.  Probably composed in 1797.  Published in Vienna in 1805.

2. Piano Sonata No. 20, in G.  Composed in 1795-1796.  Published in Vienna in 1805.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 50

Romanza in F for Violin and Orchestra.  Probably composed in 1798, Cadenzas probably in 1809.  Premiered in November 1798. Published in Vienna in 1805. Link to the Creation History

Op. 51

51/1 Rondo for Piano in C.  Composed around 1796.  Published in Vienna in 1797.

51/2 Rondo for Piano in G.  Composed around 1798.  Published in Vienna in 1802.  Dedicated to Countess Henriette Lichnowsky.

Op. 52

Eight Songs.  1. Urians Reise um die Welt (Matthias Claudius). Text Incipit: Wenn jemand eine Reise tut.  Composed before 1793. 2. Feuerfarb (Sophie Mereau). Text Incipit: Ich weiss eine Farbe.  Composed in 1792, revised in 1793-1794.  3. Das Liedchen von der Ruhe (H.W.F. Ueltzen). Text Incipit: Im Arm der Liebe.  Composed in 1793.  4. Maigesang (Goethe). Text Incipit: Wie herrlich leuchtet mir die Natur.  Probably composed before 1796.  (Theme also used in WoO 91 no. 1 (see 'Operatic Works').  5. Mollys Abschied (Buerger). Text Incipit: Lebe wohl, du Mann der Lust und Schmerzen.  6. Die Liebe (Gotthold Ephraim Lessing). Text Incipit: Ohne Liebe lebe wer da kann.  Composed before 1793.  7. Marmotte (Goethe). Text Incipit: Ich komme schon durch manche Land.  Probably composed ca. 1790-1792.  8. Das Blümchen Wunderhold (Buerger). Text Incipit: Es blueht ein Blümchen irgendwo. Link to the Creation History

Op. 53

Piano Sonata No. 21 'Waldstein', in C.  Composed in 1803-1804.  Dedicated to Count Ferdinand von Waldstein.  Published in Vienna in 1805.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 54

Piano Sonata No. 22, in F.  Composed in 1804.  Published in Vienna in 1806.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 55

Symphony No. 3 in E-flat, 'Eroica'.  Composed in 1803.  Premiere: April 7, 1805, at the Theater-an-der- Wien in Vienna.  Dedicated to Prince Franz Joseph von Lobkowitz (the first private performance took place in 1804 at the Lobkowitz Palais).  Published in Vienna in 1806.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 56

Concerto in C for Piano, Violin, Violoncello and Orchestra. 'Triple Concerto'.  Composed in 1804-1807.  Premiere: May 1808. Dedicated to Prince Lobkowitz.  Published in Vienna in 1807.

Op. 57

Piano Sonata No. 23 ('Appassionata'), in f.  Composed in 1804-1805.  Dedicated to Graf Franz von Brunsvik.  Published in Vienna in 1807.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 58

Piano Concerto No. 4 in G.  Composed in 1805-1806.  Premiere; March 1807.  Dedicated to Archduke Rudolph of Austria.  Published in Vienna in 1808.  (In addition: Two Cadenzas to the First Movement, Cadenza to the Finale, probably composed in 1809, Cadenza for the First Movement, two Cadenzas for the Finale, probably composed in 1809 (Hess 81, 82, 83).  Link to the Creation History

Op. 59

Three String Quartets, 'Razumovsky Quartet' in F, c, and C, composed in 1806.  Dedicated to Count Ramovsky.  Published in Vienna in 1808.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 60

Symphony No. 4 in B, composed in 1806.  Premiere: March 7, 1807 at the Lobkowitz Palais in Vienna.  Dedicated to Count von Oppersdorff. Published in Vienna in 1808.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 61

Violin Concerto in D, composed in 1806.  Premiere: December 23, 1806.  Dedicated to Stephan von Breuning.  Published in Vienna in 1808, in London in 1810.  (In addition: Arrangement of the Violin Concerto op. 61 as a Piano Concerto, written in 1807.  Dedicated to Julie von Breuning.  Published in Vienna in 1808, in London in 1810.  Cadenza for the First Movement, Cadenza for the Finale, probably composed in 1809 (Hess 84-5).  Link to the Creation History

Op. 62

Overture to Collin's Coriolan.  Composed in 1807.  Premiere: March 1807.  Dedicated to Heinrich Joseph von Collin.  Published in Vienna in 1808.   Link to the Creation History  

Op. 63

Trio for Piano, Violin and Violoncello, Arrangement of op. 4, by an unknown person, probably without Beethoven's knowledge. (Source:  Cooper: 375)

Op. 64

Sonata for Piano and Violoncello.  Arrangement of op. 3 by an unknown composer, probably without Beethoven's knowledge (Source:  Cooper: 375) 

Op. 65

Ah! Perfido, Scene and Aria, Recitative from 'Achille in Sciro' (Metastasio), Soprano Solo.  Composed in 1795-1796.  Published in Leipzgi in 1805.  Dedicated to Countes Josephine de Clary (Dedication in the Manuscript, not in the First Edition).

Op. 66

Variations in F on 'Ein Maedchen oder Weibchen' from 'The Magic Flute', for Piano and Violoncello.  Composed in Vienna in 1796. Published in Vienna in 1798.

Op. 67

Symphony No. 5 in c, composed in 1807-1808.  Premiere: December 22, 1808 at the Theater-an-der- Wien in Vienna.  Dedicated to Prince Lobkowitz and Count Andreas Razumovsky.  Published in Leipzig in 1809.  (First Sketches 1804).  Link to the Creation History

Op. 68

Symphony No. 6 in F, 'Pastoral', composed in 1808.  Premiere: December 22, 1808 at the Theater-an-der-Wien in Vienna.  Dedicated to Prince Lobkowitz and Count Razumovsky.  Published in Leipzig in 1809.   Link to the Creation History .

Op. 69

Cello Sonata in A.  Composed in 1807-1808.  Dedicated to Baron Ignaz von Gleichenstein.  Published in Leipzig in 1809.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 70

Two Piano Trios in D and E-flat, composed in 1808.  Dedicated to Countess Marie Erdödy.  Published in Leipzig in 1809.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 71

Sextet in E-flat, for 2 Clarinetts, 2 Horns and 2 Bassoons.  Composed in 1796.  Premiere: April 1805.  Published in Leipzig in 1810. (First and Second Movement probably written before 1796).

Op. 72

Fidelio oder die eheliche Liebe ('Leonore') (opera, J. Sonnleithner, after J.N. Bouilly: Leonore ou L'amour conjugal).  First version (with Leonore ov. No. 2), composed in 1805 - 1805.  First performed at the Theater-an-der-Wien, Vienna, November 20, 1805. Publication: Leipzig, 1905, private edition of full score, Leipzig, 1908-1910.  Second version (with Leonore ov. No. 3), written in 1805 - 1806, first performed at the Theater-an-der-Wien, March 29, 1806.  Publication: vs: Leipzig, 1812, 3 nos . Published separately, Vienna, 1807.  Final version (with 'Fidelio' overture).  Written in 1814.  First performed at the Kaertnertor-Theater, Vienna, May 23, 1814.  Publication: vs: Vienna, 1814, s: Paris, 1826 (French), Bonn, 1847 (German).  Link to the Creation History

Op. 73

 

Piano Concerto No. 5 in E-flat, composed in 1809;  Premiere: Probably on November 28, 1811.  Dedicated to Archdue Rudolph. Published in London in 1810, in Leipzig in 1811.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 74

String Quartet in E-flat 'Harp', composed in 1809.  Dedicated to Prince Lobkowitz.  Published in Leipzig and London in 1810.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 75

Six Songs. Published Leipzig and London, 1810. Dedicated to Princess Caroline Kinsky.  1. Mignon (Goethe). Text Incipit: Kennst du das Land. Composed in 1809.  2. Neue Liebe, neues Leben (Goethe). Text Incipit: Herz, mein Herz, was soll das geben? Composed in 1809. (Text set previously in WoO 127).  3. Aus Goethe's Faust, with unison vv. Text Incipit: Es war einmal ein König. Composed in 1809.  (Sketched ca. 1792).  4. Gretels Warnung (G.A. von Halem). Text Incipit: Mit Liebesblick und Spiel und Sang.   5. An den fernen Geliebten (Reissig). Text Incipit: Einst wohnten süße Ruh.  Composed in 1809.  6. Der Zufriedene (Reissig). Text Incipit: Zwar schuf das Glück hienieden.  Composed in 1809. Link to the Creation History

Op. 76

Six Variations on an Original Theme, in D.  Composed in 1809.  Dedicated to Franz Oliva.  Published in Leipzig and London, 1810. (Theme used later for the Turkish March in 'Die Ruinen von Athen' op. 113).  Link to the Creation History  

Op. 77

Fantasy for Piano in g/B, composed in 1809.  Published in Leipzig and London in 1810.  Dedicated to Count Franz von Brunsvik. 

Op. 78

Piano Sonata No. 24, in F.  Composed in 1809.  Dedicated to Countess Therese von Brunsvik.  Published in Leipzig and London in 1810.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 79/b

Piano Sonata No. 25 in G. Composed in 1809.  Published in Leipzig and London in 1810.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 80

Fantasia in c for Pianoforte, Chorus and Orchestra ('Choral Fantasy'), composed in 1808, first performed on December 22, 1808, dedicated to Maximilian Joseph, King of Bavaria, published London, 1810, Leipzig, 1811.  (Notation of solo part completed in 1809). Link to the Creation History

Op. 81a


Op. 81b

Piano Sonata No. 26, 'Das Lebewohl, Abwesenheit und Wiedersehn', in E-flat.  Composed in 1809- 1810.  Dedicated to Archduke Rudolph.  Published in Leipzig and London in 1811.  (French subtitle, 'Les adieux, l'absence et le retour').  Link to the Creation History

Sextet in E-flat, for 2 Horns, 2 Violins, Viola, Violoncello.  Probably composed in 1795.  Published in Bonn in 1810.


Op. 82

Four Ariettas and a Duet, for Soprano and Tenor . Probably composed in 1809.  Published in Leipzig and London in 1813.  (probably written around 1801),  1. Hoffnung, Text Incipit: Dimmi ben mio,  2. Liebes-Klage (Metastasio), Text Incipit: T'intendo, si, mio cor,  3. L'amante impatiente (Metastatio), arietta buffa, Text Incipit: Che fa il mio bene?,  4. L'amante impatience (Metastasio), arietta assai seriosa, Text Incipit: Che fa il mio bene?  5. Lebens-Genuss (Metastasio), Duet, Text Incipit: Odi l'aura che dolce sospira.

Op. 83

Three Songs (Goethe).  Composed in 1810.  Dedicated to Princes Caroline Kinsky.  Published in Leipzig in 1811.  1. Wonne der Wehmut. Text Incipit: Trockne nicht.  2. Sehnsucht. Text Incipit: Was zieht mir das Herz so?  3. Mit einem gemalten Band. Text Incipit: Kleine Blumen, kleine Blätter. Link to the Creation History  

Op. 84

Egmont (Goethe). Overture.  1: Die Trommel gerühret, Song,  2 - 3: Entr'actes I-II,  4: Freudvoll und leidvoll, Song,  5-6: Entr'actes III-IV,  7: Clärchen's Tod,  8: Melodrama,  9. Siegessymphonie.  Composed in 1809-1810.  Premiere: June 15, 1810.  Overture published in Leipzig in 1810, the remainder also there in 1812; vs: Leipzig, 1812 [without Ouverture], s: Leipzig, 1831.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 85

Christ on the Mount of Olives (F .X. Huber), Oratorio, for Soprano, Tenor, Bass, 4 vv and Orchestra.  Composed in 1803.  Revised in 1804.  Published in Leipzig in 1811.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 86

Mass in C, for Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass, 4 vv.  Composed in 1807.  Premiere:  September 13, 1807 in Eisenstadt.  Dedicated to Prince Ferdinand Kinsky.  Published in Leipzig in 1812.  Link to the Creation History  

Op. 87

Trio in C, for 2 Oboes, English Horn.  Composed in 1795.  Published in Vienna in 1806.  (Arrangement of the Trio for 2 Oboes und English Horn, op. 87 as String Trio in C, probably authorized by Beethoven.

Op. 88

Song: Das Glück der Freundschaft. Text Incipit: Der lebt ein Leben wonniglich.  Composed in 1803.  Published in Vienna in 1803. Link to the Creation History

Op. 89

Polonaise for Piano, in C, Composed in 1814.  Published in Vienna in 1815.  Dedicated to Empress Elisabeth Aleksiew of Russia.

Op. 90

Piano Sonata No. 27, in e.  Composed in 1814.  Dedicated to Count Moritz Lichnowsky.  Published in Vienna in 1815.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 91

Wellingstons Sieg oder Die Schlacht bei Vittoria ('Battle Symphony').  Composed in 1813.  First performed on December 8, 1813. Dedicated to the Prince Regent of England (later King George IV).  Publication: s, p: Vienna, 1813; for pianoforte: London and Vienna, 1816.  (Original version of pt. 2, for Maelzel's panharmonicon).  Link to the Creation History

Op. 92

Symphony no. 7 in A, composed in 1811 - 1812, first performed on December 8, 1813, in the great hall of the University of Vienna, dedicated to Count Moritz von Fries, published Vienna, 1816.  [Arrangements for Piano for two hands and for four hands dedicated to Empress Elisabeth Aleksiev in A-Dur, 1811 - 1812 komponiert;  Uraufführung:  8. Dezember 1813].   Link to the Creation History

Op. 93

Symphony No. 8 in F, Composed in 1812.  First performed on February 27, 1814, in the 'Grosse Redoutensaal' in Vienna.  Published in Vienna in 1817.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 94

Song: An die Hoffnung (C.A. Tiedge). Text Incipit: Ob ein Gott sei.  Probably composed in 1815.  Dedicated to Princess Kinsky. Published in Vienna in 1816.  (Sketched in 1813).  

Op. 95

String Quartet 'Serioso' in f, composed in 1810.  First performed in May, 1814.  Dedicated to Baron Zmeskall von Domanovecz. Published in Vienna in 1816.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 96

Violin Sonata in G-Dur, 1812 komponiert, Uraufführung: 29. Dezember 182; wahrscheinlich 1815 überarbeitet, für Pierre Rode geschrieben, Erzherzog Rudolph gewidmet, 1816 in Wien und London erschienen.

Op. 97

Piano Tio, 'Erzherzog-Trio' in B, composed in 1810-1811.  First performed on: April 11, 1814.  Dedicated to Archduke Rudolph. Published in Vienna and London in 1816.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 98

To the Distant Beloved (A. Jeitteles), cycle of six songs (the first song cycle in music history!).  Composed in 1815-1816. Published in Vienna in 1816.  Dedicated to Prince Lobkowitz.  1 Auf dem Hüuegel sitz ich spähend  2 Wo die Berge so blau              3 Leichte Segler in den Höhen  4 Diese Wolken in den Höhen  5 Es kehret der Maien  6 Nimm sie hin denn diese Lieder. Link to the Creation History

Op. 99

Song: Der Mann von Wort (F.A. Kleinschmid). Text Incipit: Du sagtest, Freund, an diesen Ort.  Composed in 1816.  Published in Vienna in 1816. Link to the Creation History

Op. 100

Merkenstein (J.B. Rupprecht), Duet.  Composed in 1814-1815.  Dedicated to Count Joseph Karl von Dietrichstein.  Published in Vienna in 1814.  (See also WoO 144). Link to the Creation History

Op. 101

Piano Sonata No. 28, in A.  Composed in 1816.  Dedicated to Baroness Dorothea Ertmann.  Published in Vienna in 1817.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 102

Two Cello Sonatas, one in C, the second in D.  Composed in 1815.  Dedicated to Countess Erdödy.  Published in Bonn in 1817, in London Edinburg and Vienna in 1819.  Link to the Creation History  

Op. 103

Octet in E-flat for 2 Oboes, 2 Clarinets, 2 Horns and 2 Bassoons.  Composed before November 1792 (written in Bonn, then revised in Vienna in 1793).  Published in Vienna in 1830.

Op. 104

Arrangement of the Piano Trio, op. 1, No. 1 as a String Quartet.  Written in 1817.  First performed: December 10, 1818.  Published in Vienna and London in 1819.  (The arrangement was corrected by Beethoven, but mainly prepared by someone else).  Link to the Creation History

Op. 105

Six National Airs with Variations for Piano, Flute and Violin.  Composed around 1818.  Published in London, Edinburgh and Vienna in 1819.. 

Op. 106

Piano Sonata No. 29 'Hammerklavier', in E-flat. Composed in 1817-1818. Dedicated to Archduke Rudolph. Published in Vienna and London in 1819. Link to the Creation History

Op. 107

Ten National Airs with Variations for Piano, Flute and Violin.  Composed in 1818-1819.  Published in London and Edinburgh in 1819; [nos. 2, 6 and 7], in Bonn and Cologne in 1820 [complete].

Op. 108

Twenty-five Scottish songs (London and Edinburgh, 1818; Berlin, 1822); complete edition xxiv/257:  1. Music, Love, and Wine, with chorus.  2. Sunset.  3. Oh! Sweet were the hours.  4. The Maid of Isla.  5. The sweetest lad was Jamie.  6. Dim, dim is my eyes.         7. Bonnie laddie, highland laddie.  8. The lovely lass of Inverness.  9. Behold my love how green the groves, duet.  10. Sympathy. 11. Oh! Thou art the lad.  12. Oh, had my fate.  13. Come fill, fill, my good fellow, with chorus.  14. O, how can I be blithe.  15. O cruel was my father.  16. Could this ill world.  17. O Mary, at thy window be.  18. Enchantress, farewell.  19. O swiftly glides the bonny boat, with chorus.  20. Faithfu' Johnie.  21. Jeanie's Distress.  22. The Highland Watch, with chorus.  23. The Shepherd's Song.    24. Again, my lyre.  25. Sally in our Alley.

Op. 109

Piano Sonata No. 30, in E.  Composed in 1820.  Dedicated to Maximiliane Brentano.  Published in Berlin in 1821. Link to the Creation History

Op. 110

Piano Sonata No. 31, in A.  Composed in 1821-1822.  Published in Paris, Berlin and Vienna in 1822, in London in 1823.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 111

Piano Sonata No. 32 in c.  Composed in 1821-1822.  Dedicated to Archduke Rudolph.  Published in Paris, Berlin, Wien and London in 1823  (London editition dedicated to Antonie Brentano).  Link to the Creation History

Op. 112

Meeresstille und glückliche Fahrt (Goethe), probably as a Cantata, 4 vv and Orchestra.  Composed in 1814-1815.  First Performed: December 25, 1815.  Dedicated to Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.  Published in Vienna in 1822.

Op. 113

Die Ruinen von Athen (A. Von Kotzebue).  Overture,  1 Tochter des mächtigen Zeus, Chor,  2 Ohne Verschulden, Duet, 3 Du hast in deines Ärmels Falten, Chorus of Dervishes,  4 Türkischer Marsch,  5 Offstage Music, Schmückt die Altäre, March and Chorus, 7 Mit reger Freude, Recitative and Aria,  8 Heil unserm König, heil!, Chorus.  Composed in 1811.  First Performed: February 10, 1812. Publication: No. 4 for Four Hands, Vienna, 1822-1823, s: Vienna, 1823 (only the Overture), Vienna, 1846, (complete, dedicated to Emperor Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia by the publisher). 

Op. 114

With respect to this a direct quote from Cooper: "1822 Hess 118.  Singspiel Die Weihe des Hauses, adapted from Die Ruinen von Athen (see above).  This version includes a new Overture (Op. 124, new chorus (WoO 98) and greatly revised March and Chorus (Op. 114)"; accordingly, this March and Chorus, originally from "Die Ruinen von Athen", was supposed to have been substantially revised for "Die Weihe des Hauses" and have been listed as op. 114 in the List of Works. (Cooper: 369).

Op. 115

Overture Zur Namensfeier  in C, Composed in 1814-1815.  First Performed: 1815, Published in Vienna in 1825.

Op. 116

Tremate, empi, tremate (Bettoni), for Soprano, Tenor and Bass, 1802.  Composed in 1801-1802 and in 1814.  Publication: vs: Vienna, 1826.

Op. 117

König Stephan (Koetzebue): Overture, '1 Ruhend von seinen Taten, Chor,  2 Auf dunklem Irrweg, Chor,  3 Siegesmarsch,  4 Wo die Unschuld Blumen streute, Chorus,  5 Melodram , 6 Eine neue strahlende Sonne, Chorus,  7 Melodram,  8 Heil unserm Könige!, spiritual March, Chorus and Melodram, 0 Heil unsern Enkeln!, Chorus.  Composed in 1811.  Premiere: February 10, 1812. Publication: Overture and No. 3 for Piano for Four Hands: Vienna, 1822-1823; s: Vienna, 1826 (Overture alone). 

Op. 118

Elegischer Gesang 'Sanft wie du lebstest', for Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, for String Quartet and Piano, composed in July 1814, published in Vienna in 1826, dedicated to Baron Johann von Pasqualati.

Op. 119

Eleven Bagatelles for Piano, in g, C, D, A, c, G, C, C, a, A, and B, composed in 1820-1822, No. 7 - 11 published in F. Starke, Editor: Wiener Piano-Fort-Schule, iii (Vienna, 1821), all 11 published in 1823 in London.

Op. 120

33 Variations on a Waltz by Diabelli.  Composed in 1819 and 1822-1823.  Dedicated to Antonie Brentano.  Published in Vienna in 1823.  Link to the Creation History

Op. 121a




Op. 121b

Variations in G on Wenzel Müller's 'Ich bin der Schneider Kakadu', Piano Trio.  Probably composed in 1803, revised in 1816. (Probably offered or publication in 1803; the preserved autograph goes back to 1816-1817).  Published in Vienna and London in 1824.

Opferlied, 2nd Version, for Soprano, 4vv, Orchestra.  Composed in 1823-1824.  Published in Mainz in 1825.

op. 122

Bundeslied 'In allen guten Stunden' (Goethe), for Soprano, Alto, 3vv, 2 Clarinets, 2 Horns, 2 Bassoons.  Composed in 1823-1824. Published in Mainz in 1825.

op. 123

Mass in D ('Missa Solemnis'), for Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, 4 vv, Orchestra and Organ.  Composed in 1819 -1823.  First Performed: April 7, 1824 in St. Petersburg (by Prince Gallitzin). Dedicated to Archduke Rudolph.  Published in Mainz in 1827. (Originally intended for Archduke Rudolph's Investiture as Cardinal on March 9, 1820).  Link to the Creation History

op. 124

Overture in C, to Die Weihe des Hauses (C. Meisl).  Composed in 1822.  First Performed on the occation of the opening of the Josephstaddtheater, on October 3, 1822.  Dedicated to Prince Gallitzin.  Published in Mainz in 1825.

op. 125

Symphony No. 9 in d, composed in 1822-1824. First performed: May 7, 1824 at the Kärtnerthortheater in Vienna. Dedicated to Frederic William III of Prussia. Published in Mainz in 1826. Link to the Creation History

op. 126

Six Bagatelles for Piano, in G, g, E-flat, b, G, and E-flat.  Composed in 1824.  Published in Mainz in 1825.

op. 127

String Quartet in E-flat, composed in 1823-1824.  First performed: March 6, 1825.  Dedicated to Prince Nikolai Gallitzin.  Published in Mainz in 1826.  Link to the Creation History

op. 128

Song: Der Kuss (C.F. Weisse). Text incipit: Ich war bei Chloen ganz allein.  Composed in November-December 1822.  Published in Mainz in 1825.  (Sketched in 1798). Link to the Creation History

op. 129

Rondo a capriccio  for Piano in G, known as Die Wut über den verlorenen Groschen, ausgetobt in einer Caprice.  Composed in 1795.  Published in Vienna in 1828 . (Autograph completed by an unkknown editor in 1828 (probably by Diabelli).

op. 130

String Quartet in B, composed in 1825-1826.  Dedicated to Prince Gallitzin . First performed: March 21, 1826, with a new finale: April 22, 1824), published in Vienna in 1827. (Original version with op. 133 as final movement, new finale composed in 1826).

op. 131

String Quartet in c-sharp, composed in 1826.  Dedicated to Baron Joseph von Stutterheim.  Published in Mainz in 1827.

op. 132

String Quartet in a, composed in 1825-1926, dedicated to Prince Gallitzin.  Published in Paris and Berlin in 1827.  Link to the Creation History

op. 133

Great Fugue in B, String Quartet, composed in 1825-1826, dedicated to Archduke Rudolph.  First performed: March 21, 1826. Published in Vienna in 1827.  (Original final movement of op. 130).

op. 134

Arrangement of the Great Fugue op. 133 for Piano for Four Hands.  Composed in 1826.  Dedicated to Archduke Rudolph. Published in Vienna in 1827.

op. 135

String Quartet in F, composed in 1826.  First performed: March 23, 1828.  Dedicated to Johann Wolfmayer.  Published in Berlin and Paris in 1827.   (Theme of the Third Movement originally associated with the finale of op. 131).

op. 136

Der glorreiche Augenblick (A. Weissenbach), Cantata, 2 Sopranos, Tenor, Bass, 4 vv and Orchestra.  Composed in 1814.  First performed: November 29, 1814.  (For the Congress of Vienna, (also published with a new text by F. Rochlitz as Preis der Tonkunst in Vienna in 1837).  Published in Vienna in 1837.  

op. 137

Fugue in D, String Quintet.  Composed in November 1817.  Published in Vienna in 1827.  Link to the Creation History 

op. 138

Overture 'Leonore Nr. 1', in C.  Composed in 1807.  First performed: February 7, 1828.  Publication: s, p: Vienna, 1838.