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BEETHOVEN.
No. Description. Composed. Original Publisher. Dedicated to
196 Cantata on the death of the Emperor Joseph II. (Feb. 20. 1790). 'Todt! Todt! stöhnt es aus,' for Solos, Chorus and Orchestra (C minor). Bonn 1791. Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, 1887. PF. score.
Another Cantata (Sept. 30, 1790}, 'Er schlummert,' on the accession of Leopold II. is in the press (1887).
197 Song of the monks from Schiller's William Tell—'Rasch tritt der Tod.' 'In recollection of the sudden and unexpected death of our Krumpholz. May 3, 1817.' T.T.B. (C minor). May 3, 1817.—Aut. formerly A. Fuchs. 'Neue Zeitschrift der Musik,' June 1839
198 Chorus, 'O Hoffnung' (4 bars); for the Archduke Rudolph (G.) 'Spring 1818.' In Steiner's 'Musikalisches Museum,' 1819, Part 7. See also Nohl's 'Neue Briefe Beethovens,' 1867, p. 168.
199 Cantata, S. A, B. and PF. (E♭). 'Evening of April 12, 1823.' for the birthday of Prince Lobkowitz.—Aut. Ottokar Zeithamer, Prague. Nohl's 'Neue Briefe Beethovens,' 1867, p. 221.
200 Cantata, 'Graf, Graf lieber Graf.' Voices and PF. (E♭) to Count Moritz Lichnowsky. . . . . . . Nohl's 'Briefe Beethovens,' 1865, p. 107.
201 Cantata, 'Seiner kaiserlicher Hohelt' (C). To the Archduke Rudolph. Jan. 12, 1820.—Aut. in the Library of the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Vienna. Nohl's 'Briefe Beethovens.' 1865, p. 203.
202 Cantata (4 bars), on the arrival of Herr Schlesinger of Berlin—'Glaube und hoffe' (B♭). Comp. No. 22. Sept. 21, 1819. Marx, 'Beethoven,' vol. ii.
203 Melodram for speaking voice and Harmonica, 'Du dem sie gewunden,' written for Duncker's 'Leonora Probaska' (D). 1814.—Aut. Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Vienna. 'Dictionary of Music and Musicians' (Macmillans, London), under 'Harmonica.'
204 Canon[1] a 3 to Heltzen's 'Im Arm der Liebe,' comp. op. 52, no. 3. 1795(?) Breitkopf's general edition no. 296.
205 Canon[1] a 4, ' Ta, ta, ta, lieber Mälzel.' (B♭). Spring of 1812.[2] Hirschbach's ' Musikalisch-kritisches Repertorium,' 1844.
206 Canon[1] a 3 to Schiller's[3] 'Kurz ist der Schmerz' (F minor), for Herr Naue.' Vienna, Nov. 23, 1813. Neue Zeitschrift für Musik.
207 Canon[1] a 3 'Kurz ist der Schmerz' (F), for Spohr. Vienna, March 3, 1816. Spohr's Selbstbiographie, 1860, vol. ii.
208 Canon (Räthsel Canon) to Herder's 'Lerne Schweigen o Freund' (F), for Neate, Jan. 16. 1816. End of 1815(?) Vienna, Allgemeine Musik. Zeitung, March 6, 1817.
209 Canon[1] a 3 'Rede, rede, rede,' for Neate. Vienna, Jan. 24, 1816.—Aut. of 208 and 209 in Neate's album. Breitkopf's general Edition, no. 256.
210 Canon[1] a 3. 'Glück, Glück, zum neuen Jahr' (F), for Countess Erddy, comp. no. 220. Vienna, Deo. 31, 1819. Breitkopf's general Edition.
211 Canon[1] a 4, 'Alles Gute! Alles Schöne!' (C), for the Archduke Rudolph. Jan. 1, 1820.—Aut. Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Vienna. Breitkopf & Härtel's general Edition, no. 256.
212 Canon[1] a 2, 'Höffmann! Höffmann![4] sei ja kein Hofmann' (C). 1820 (?) Cäcilia. April 1825.
213 Canon 3 in 1, 'O Tobias!' (D minor). for Tobias Haslinger. Baden, Sept. 10. 1821. Allgemeine Musikalische Zeitung (Leipzig), 1863, p. 727.
214 Canon[1] a 6, to Goethe's 'Edel sei der Mensch' (E). 1823(?) Vienna Zeitschrift für Kunst etc. June 21, 1823.
215 Canon 4 in 1, 'Schwenke dich ohne Schwänke,' for Schwenke of Hamburg. Vienna, Nov. 17, 1824. Cäcilia, April 1825.
216 Canon[1] a 3, 'Kühl, nicht lau' (B♭), referring to Fr. Kuhlau. Baden, Sept. 3. 1825. Seyfried, L v. Beethoven's Studien, 1832; Anhang, p. 25.
217 Canon[1] a 3, 'Signor Abate!' (G minor), on Abbé Stadler. . . . . . . Breitkopf s general Edition, no. 256.
218 Canon[1] a 3, 'Ewig dein' (C), perhaps for Baron Pasqualati. Aut. J. Street, Esq., London. Allgemeine Musik Zeitung, 1863, p.856.
219 Canon 3 in 1, 'Ich bitt' dich,' on the scale of E♭, for Hauschka. . . . . . . Breitkopf s general Edition, no. 256. Dedicate al signore Illustrissimo Hauschka dal suo servo L. v. B.
220 Canon (free) 4 in 1 to Goethe's 'Glück zum neuen Jahr,' (E b). Comp. no. 210. . . . . . . In 'Lieder von Göthe und Matthisson' etc., J. Riedl's Kunsthandlung, Vienna and Pesth, May 1816.
221 Canon (Räthsel canon) 'Si non per portas' (F), to M. Schlesinger. Vienna, Sept. 26, 1825. Appendix to Marx's 'Beethoven,' 1859.
222 Canon in 8va (A), Souvenir pour Monsieur S. de M. Boyer par Louis van Beethoven.' Baden, Aug. 3, 1825.—Aut. O. A. Schulz, Leipzig. Nohl's 'Neue Briefe Beethovens,' 1867. p. 274.
223 25 Irish Songs, for Voices with PF. V. C.:—1. 'The Return to Ulster' (F minor). 2. 'Sweet power of song' a 2 (D). 3. 'Once more I had thee' (F). 4. 'The morning air' (G minor). 5. The Massacre of Glencoe ' (A minor). 6. 'What shall I do ' a 2 (D). 7. 'His boat comes on the sunny tide' (D). 8. 'Come, draw we round' (D minor). 9. 'The soldier's dream' (E♭). 10. 'The . . . . . . Contained in a select collection of original Irish airs for the Voice, united to characteristic English poetry written for this work; with symphonies and accompaniments for the Pianoforte, Violin, and Violoncello, composed by Beethoven. By George Thomson, Edinburgh, vol. 1. 1814.
  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 These are more properly Rounds.
  2. Schindler, confirmed by Nottebohm, 'Zweite Beethoveniana' (1887), p. 113.
  3. Jungfrau von Orleans.
  4. Hoffmann in Nohl, 'Briefe Beethovens,' no. 328; but Hofmann in B. & H.'s edition, no. 256. See Thayer's 'Chron. Verzeichniss,' no. 228.