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BEETHOVEN.
Op. Description. Composed. Original Publisher. Dedicated to
68 Pastoral Symphony. No. 6 (F). Aut. Baron van Kattendyke, Arnheim. Breitkopf & Härtel. Leipzig, Ap. 1809. Prince Lobkowitz and Count Rasoumoffsky.
69 Grand Sonata, PF. C. (A). . . . . . . Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, Ap. 1809. 'My friend Baron von Gleichenstein.'
70 Two Trios. PF. V. C. (D, E♭). Close of 1808. Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, 1809. Countess Marie von Erdody.
71 Sextet, Clr. Clar. Cor. Cor. Fag. Fag. (E♭) Early. Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, Jan. 1810.
72 Fidelio, or Wedded Love. Begun 1803. Produced in 3 Acts. Nov. 20, 1805; Overture, 'No.2.'
Reduced to 2 Acts and reproduced Mar. 29, 1806; Overture, 'No. 3.' PF. Score, Breitkopf & Härtel. Leipzig, 1810
Much revised and again produced May 23. 1814. Overture in E first played at second performance. PF. Score, Artaria, Vienna, Aug. 1814. 'Leonore, Oper in 2 Akten v. L. van Beethoven; vollständlger Klavierauszug der 2ten Bearbeitung [1806] mit den Abweichungen der 1sten.' with preface by O. Jahn, Sept. 1851. (B. & H. Leipzig.) Archduke Rudolph.
Overture, 'No. 1.' composed for a proposed perframance in Prague, 1807, but not played. See Op. 138.
73 Concerto, PF. and Orch. (E♭), the Fifth 1809.—Aut. G. Haslinger, Vienna. Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, May 1811. Archduke Rudolph.
74 Quartet ['Harfen'], V. V. Va. C.(E♭). (The 10th.) 1809.—Aut. Mendelssohns, Berlin. Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, Dec. 1810. Prince Lobkowitz.
75 Six Songs, Sopr. and PF. 'Kennst du das Land,' 'Herz mein Herz,' and 'Es war einmal,' Goethe; 'Mit Liebesblick,' Halem; 'Einst wohnten' and 'Zwar schuf das Glück,' Reissig. No. 1, May 1810. No. 4, 1803.—Aut. of 5 & 6 Artaria, Vienna. No. 4 Appendix to Leipzig A. M. Z. Oct 1810. Nos. 5 & 6 In 'Deutsche Gedichte,' July 1810, Artaria, Vienna.
Op. 75, Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, Dec. 1810 Princess von Kinsky.
Op. 75 is also marked to an arrt. of Op. 16 as a string quartet. . . . . . . C Haslinger.
76 [6] Variations. PF. (D). See Op. 113. 1809(?) Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, Dec. 1810. 'To his friend Oliva.'
77 Fantaisie. PF. (G minor). 1808(?) Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, Dec. 1810. Count Francis von Brunswick.
78 Sonata, PF. (F#). Oct. 1809. Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, Dec. 1810. Countess Thèrese von Brunswick.
79 Sonatina, PF. (G). Before Dec. 1808. Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, Dec. 1810.
80 Fantasia, PF. Orch. Chorus. Words by Kuffuer. The theme of the variations is Beethoven's song 'Gegenliebe.' See No. 254. Performed Dec. 22, 1808. Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, July 1811. Maximilian Joseph, King of Bavaria.
81a Sonata, PF. (E♭), 'Les Adieux, l'Absence, et le Retour.' May 4, 1809. Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, July 1811. Archduke Rudolph.
81b Sextett V. V. Va. C. 2 Cors (E♭) . . . . . . N. Simrock, Bonn, 1810.
82 Four Ariettas and a duet, Sopr. and PF. Words by Metastasio. 1. 'Dimmi ben mio.' 2. 'T'intendo, si.' 3. 'Che fa, il mio bene' (buffa). 4. 'Che fa il mio bene' (seria). 5. 'Odi l'aura.' German words by Schreiber. No. 4, 1809.—Aut. No. 1, Artaria. Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, May 1811.
83 Three Songs by Goethe. Sopr. and PF. 1. 'Trocknetnicht.' 2. 'Was zieht mir.' 3. 'Kleine Blumen.' 1810. Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, Nov. 1811. Princess von Kinsky.
84 Music to Goethe's Egmont. Overture. 1. Song. 'Die Trommel.' 2. Entracte I. 3. Entracte II. 4. Song, 'Freudvoll und leidvoll.' 5. Entracte III. 6. Entracte IV. 7. Clara's death. 8. Melodrama. 9. Battle Symphony. 1810.—Aut. of Overture. F. Hauser, Munich. Do. of No. 8, Frl. Kistner, Leipzig. First performance, May 24, 1810. Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig; Overture, Feb. 1811. Other movements, April 1812.
85 Christus am Oelberge, 'Mount of Olives,' S. T. B. Chorus. Orch. 1800. First performance April 5, 1803, Vienna. Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, Oct. 1811.
86 Mass, S. A. T. B. Chorus, Orch. (C) 1807. First performance, Sept. 8. 1807, Eisenstadt. Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, Nov. 1812. Pr. Nicholas Esterhazy de Galantha.
87 Grand Trio for V. V. Va. (C) taken, with Beethoven's approbation, from a MS. Trio for 2 Oboes and Engl. horn. 1794(?).—Aut. of original, Artaria. Artaria, Vienna, April 1806 (for V.V. Va.) The original by Breitkopfs in the complete edition.
88 Song, 'Das Glück der Freundschaft,' S. and PF. (A). . . . . . . Löschenkohl, Vienna, 1803. Hoffmeister & Kühnel. with Italian text added, April 1804.
89 Polonaise. PF. (C). 1814(?). P. Mechetti. Vienna, Mar. 1815 (without Opus number). Empress of Russia.
90 Sonata. PF. (E minor). Aug. 16, 1814. Steiner, Vienna, June 1815. Count Moritz von Lichnowsky.
91 Wellington's Victory, or the Battle of Vittoria, Orch. Battle fought June 21, 1813. News reached Vienna, July 27, 1813. First performance, Dec. 8, 1813. Steiner, Vienna, Mar. 1818. Prince Regent of England
92 Seventh Grand Symphony, Orch. (A). May 13, 1812.—Aut. Mendelssohns, Berlin. First performance Dec. 8, 1813. Steiner. Vienna. Score, Dec. 21, 1816. Two-hand arrangement corrected by Beethoven. Count von Fries. Empress of Russia.
93 Eighth Grand Symphony, Orch. (F). Linz. Oct. 1812.—Aut. C. Haslinger, Vienna. First performance, Feb. 27, 1814. Steiner, Vienna. Score, 1816. Two-hand arrangement corrected by Beethoven.
94 Song, 'An die Hoflhung,' by Tiedge, S. and PF. 1816(?). Steiner, Vienna, Ap. 1818. Princess Kinsky.
95 Quartet, V. V. Va. C. (F minor). (The 11th.) Oct. 1810.—Aut. Hofbibliothek, Vienna. Steiner. Vienna, Dec. 1816, Parts. 'His friend N. Zmeskal von Domauovetz.'
96 Sonata. PF. V. (G). 1812. First performance Jan. 1813. by Archduke Rudolf and Rode Steiner, Vienna. July 1816, Parts.