Works by Robert Fuchs


(Some effort has been made to note recordings where known, but this can't be complete and is not the main point. See also this page for Fuchs resources. -Eric Schissel)
Opus 2. Four pieces for piano. Published by Doblinger of Vienna, also by Wetzler of Vienna.

Opus 4. Five pieces for piano four hands. Published in Leipzig, around 1873.

Opus 5. Three Pieces (including an Eglogue), for piano. Printed by Witt and Co., around 1878.

Opus 6. Four songs for voice (tiefere Stimme) and piano. pub. around 1875.

Opus 7. Six pieces for four-hand piano. Published by Kistner in Leipzig around 1874.

Opus 8. Landliche Szenen: leichte stucke fur klavier. Published by Kistner in Leipzig in the 1920s. (Orig. published around 1874.)

Opus 9. Serenade no. 1 in D major, for string orchestra. Published by Kistner in Leipzig in 1874. (Republished by Musikproduktion Jurgen Hoflich in 2002.) (Andante – Tempo di menuetto – Allegro scherzando – Adagio con molto espressione – Finale: Allegro)

Opus 10. Variations for piano four-hands. Published around 1875.

Opus 11. Improvisations for Piano. Republished by Kistner in Leipzig in 1918 (new edition by Curt Beilschmidt. Orig. publication in 1873–5.)

Opus 12. Capricietti — 11 pieces for piano. Published by Kistner of Leipzig.

Opus 13. Variations for piano. Published by Kistner around 1875?

Opus 14. Serenade no. 2 in C major, for string orchestra. Published by Kistner in Leipzig in 1876 (Republished by Musikproduktion Jurgen Hoflich in 2002.) Recorded on ebs. (Allegretto – Larghetto – Allegro risoluto – Finale: Presto)

Opus 15. Piano quartet no. 1 in G minor. Published by Kistner in Leipzig around 1876.Recorded by Triendl and the Adorjan-Trio for Thorofon in 2000, released in 2003 (with the op. 75 quartet.)

Opus 16. Five songs for tenor with piano. Published in Leipzig around 1877.

Opus 17. Nachtgesang. (Hirtenberg, 27. Aug. 1876)

Opus 18. Five songs for tenor with piano. Published in Leipzig around 1877. (One of opp 16 or 18 perhaps a typo?)

Opus 19. Sonata no. 1 for piano in G♭ major. Published by Kistner in Leipzig in the 1870s (1877?). (Recorded on Marco Polo.)

Opus 20. Sonata no. 1 for violin and piano in f♯ minor. (1877, pub around 1878 in Leipzig?) Recorded on Amati and Thorofon (see opus 77...)

Opus 21. Serenade no. 3 in E minor, for string orchestra. Published by Kistner in Leipzig in 1878. Recorded several times. (Romanze: Andante sostenuto – Menuetto – Allegretto grazioso – Finale alla Zingarese.)

Opus 22. Trio no. 1 for piano, violin and violoncello in C major. Published by Kistner in Leipzig in the 1870s (1879?). Recording in progress, I think, by the Gould trio (see this page. Four movements - Allegro moderato/Adagio con molto espressione/Scherzo: Allegro - Presto/Finale: Allegro risoluto.)

Opus 23. Scherzo for piano. Published by Kistner around 1880.

Opus 24. Three piano pieces. (Scherzino - Intermezzo - Capriccio.)

Opus 25. Four-hand waltzes. Published by Kistner in Leipzig in the 1886. (Versions for piano or orchestra, orchestra arrangement made by Richard Heuberger.)

Opus 27. Piano concerto (B♭ minor (edit from earlier B minor by list maintainer)). Pub. Kistner in Leipzig (1880s.) (Broadcast BBC3 2001, recording now available on Hyperion CDA67354 - Martin Roscoe, piano, BBC SSO/Martyn Brabbins.) (Recorded on cpo as well as Hyperion.)

Opus 28. Sehr leichte Stucke : (bei stillsehender Hand, ohne Daumenuntersatz) (for piano four-hands). Pub. M. Brockhaus in Leipzig. (Repub. around 1905?)

Opus 29. Sonata no. 1 for violoncello and piano in D minor. Published by Kistner in Leipzig in 1881 (later republished by Wollenweber-Verlag). Recorded twice in the mid-1990s (on Biddulph (nla) and on Marco Polo.)

Opus 30. New (nine?) improvisations for piano. Published by Kistner in Leipzig around 1882.

Opus 31?- Etudes (for piano)- advertised on page 448, Bd. 80 Neue Zeitschrift fur Musik (first series.)
Opus 32. Jugendklange for piano. (Some republished by the Associated Board for the Royal Schools of Music, England, 1986.) (a selection? recorded on Marco Polo. The lullaby from op. 32 recorded on Artworks Music by Roger Woodward.) (The Jugendklänge published in this set are from both opp 32 & 47.)

Opus 33. Violin sonata #2 in D. Recorded on Thorofon CTH2512, 2004. Pub. in Leipzig around 1883 by Kistner.

Opus 34. Preludes for piano. Published in Leipzig around 1883.

Opus 35. Six songs for mens' voices.

Opus 37. Symphony no. 1 in C major. Published by Simrock in Berlin in 1885. Recorded on Thorofon. Repub 2003 by MHM (Musikproduktion Hoflich Munchen.) (Allegro molto moderato – Intermezzo: Presto – Grazioso, ma molto lento, quasi adagio – Finale: Allegro giusto.)

Opus 38. In der Dämmerstunde. Skizzen für das Pianoforte zu vier Händen. Published in Berlin around 1885.

Opus 39. Sommer-marchen. For piano. Published by Simrock in Berlin around 1885.

Opus 40. Intermezzi for Violin and Piano — Five Pieces. Published by Simrock in 1886.

Opus 41. Six Lieder for voice with piano. Published around 1886 in Berlin.

Opus 42. Wiener Walzer - for four-hand piano. Published by Simrock in Berlin around 1886.

Opus 43. Herbstblätter, piano pieces. pub. Simrock. Around 1887.

Opus 44. Miniaturen: kurze leichte stucke. For piano four-hands. Published by Simrock in Leipzig in 1931. (Orig. around 1887.)

Opus 45. Symphony no. 2 in E♭ major. Recorded on Thorofon. Pub. by Simrock, Berlin around 1888. (Allegro moderato, ma energico – Andante – Menuetto: Allegretto grazioso – Finale: Allegro giusto (or guisto?).)

Opus 46. Opera Die Konigsbraut. Published around 1889 by Simrock.

Opus 47. Jugendklange(?). (See note to opus 32.) Pub. around 1913.

Opus 48. Traumbilder (Dream Visions) - piano pieces for four-hand piano. Republished by Edition Kunzelmann in Adliswil/ZH, Switzerland around 1996. Orig. around 1915.

Opus 49. Eight songs for four-part womens' chorus.

Opus 51. Serenade no. 4 for strings and two horns in G minor. Published by Josef Weinberger in Leipzig around 1892. (Andante sostenuto – Allegretto grazioso – Menuetto: Moderato amabile – Adagio – Finale: Allegro con fuoco.)

Opus 53. Serenade no. 5 for strings, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and 2 horns in D major. Published by Hofbauer in Leipzig around 1894. (Recorded on cpo, 2004.)

Opus 54. Amoretten. 15 light pieces (leichte stuücke) for violin and piano. (A Fuchs work by this name was played on BBC Radio 3 a few weeks ago. Does not seem to have been the same work, however.) Published in Boston by BF Wood around 1895. Seems to be currently published by Peters.

Opus 55. Twenty violin duos. Recorded on Biddulph (now OOP) by Eugene Drucker & Philip Setzer.

Opus 56. Four songs.

Opus 57. Seven fantasy pieces for violin, viola and piano. Published by Schlesinger in Berlin around 1897. Republished by Amadeus in Winterthur, Switzerland in 1999. (Recorded a few times.)

Opus 58. String quartet no. 1 in E major. Published by C. Hofbauer in Leipzig around 1897. (Republished by Merton Music in 2001.) Recorded by MDG in 2001.

Opus 59. Ouverture zu "Des meeres und der liebe wellen". Published by Josef Weinberger in Leipzig around 1897. Recorded on Thorofon.

Opus 60. Twelve duets for violin and viola. Republished by Amadeus in Winterthur, Switzerland around 1978. Recorded by Duo Patterson (in 1986 for Moss Music and in 1996 for Ante Aeternum), also by the Shumskys. Orig. published by Robitschek.

Opus 61. Two terzetti for two violins and viola. Parts published by Schlesinger in Berlin in 1898. No. 1 in A, No. 2 in D.

Opus 62. String quartet no. 2 in A minor. Republished by Amadeus in Winterthur, Switzerland in 1999 (and by Merton Music in 2001.) Recorded by MDG in 2001. First published around 1899 by Schlesinger/Rob. Lienau in Berlin.

Opus 63. Andante grazioso und capriccio. Published by Robitschek in Vienna (in or around 1900; republished by Musikproduktion Jurgen Hoflich (MHM, Musikproduktion Hoflich Munchen) in 2002.) Recorded on Thorofon and ebs.

Opus 64. Eight songs for Chorus

Opus 65. Three songs for four-part womens' chorus with piano accompaniment. (see Austrian National Library...)

Opus 66. Stucke. (see pp. 220-1 Jg 94 NZM.)

Opus 67. Stucke. (see pp. 220-1 Jg 94 NZM.)

Opus 68. Sonata no. 3 for violin and piano in D minor. Published by Kistner in Leipzig. Recorded on Thorofon CTH2512, 2004.

Opus 71. String quartet no. 3 in C major. Published in the first decade - around 1903 - of the 20th century (parts published by Robitschek in Vienna,) and republished in 2001 or so by Merton Music. Recorded in 2001 by MDG.

Opus 72. Trio no. 2 for piano, violin and violoncello in B♭. Published by Robitschek in Vienna in the first decade of the 20th century (1915?). Recording in progress (Allegro molto moderato ma energico/Allegro scherzando/Andante sostenuto/Allegro giocoso).

Opus 74. Ten Fantasy Pieces for Violin and Piano. Pub. Robitschek about 1910.

Opus 75. Piano quartet no. 2 in B minor. Published by Robitschek in Vienna around 1910. (Recorded a few times.)

Opus 76. Ten fugues for piano. Pub. around 1905.

Opus 77. Sonata no. 4 in E major for violin and piano. (1905) Published by Robitschek. Recorded on Thorofon (complete violin sonatas, volume 1 - HELLO!)

Opus 78. Fantasy pieces for violoncello and piano. (Recorded on Marco Polo and previously on Biddulph (nla.)) (pub. around 1908 by Robitschek, Leipzig and Vienna.)

Opus 79. Symphony no. 3 in E major. Published by Robitschek in Vienna. Recorded on Thorofon. Repub 2003 Musikproduktion Hoflich Munchen.

Opus 81. Songs for low voice with piano. Robitschek, Vienna, 1907. (I know of no commercial recording, but the BBC has a studio tape, I think.)

Opus 82. Seven Intermezzi for violin and piano. Published by Robitschek in 1930.

Opus 83. Sonata no. 2 for violoncello and piano in E&x266D; minor. (Republished by Wollenweber-Verlag around 1973 from Robitschek's 1908 edition.) (Recorded on Marco Polo and previously on Biddulph (nla).)

Opus 85. Fantasy for harp. Published by Kalmus during the 1970s (and originally by Robitschek.) (1909.)

Opus 86. Sonata for viola and piano in d minor. Published by Robitschek in Vienna (later republished by Amadeus in Winterthur.) (Recorded on a few labels.) (Orig. pub. around 1909.)

Opus 87. Fantasy for organ in C major. Published by Coppenrath, Altotting in 1965. (Along with the E minor fantasy op. 91, the Db major fantasy op. 101, and the c♯ minor variations, recorded on Motette CD-12691 by Peter Planyavsky.) (Wien, 31. 5. 1917)

Opus 88. Sonata no. 2 for piano in G minor. Published by Robitschek in Vienna around 1910. (Recorded on Marco Polo.)

Opus 89. Nine fantasy pieces for piano. (Nos. 1-5, volume 1 published Robitschek in 1910.)

Opus 90. Waltzes. (mentioned p. 220-1 Jg 94 NZM.)

Opus 91. Fantasy for organ in E minor. (Recorded on a Fono LP by Viktor Scholz in 1977. Also see under opus 87.) (Wien, 21. Februer 1916)

Opus 92. Waltzes for Violin and Piano. (Listed in the Bayer Region Library OPACand published in 1911.)

Opus 94. Trio for violin, viola and violoncello in A major. Published by Robitschek in Vienna in 1912. Recorded on MDG and on Arte.

Opus 95. Sonata no. 5 for violin and piano in A major. (1912) Published by Robitschek in Vienna and Leipzig around 1913. (recorded on Thorofon- see opus 77...)

Opus 96. Three pieces for doublebass and piano. Published by Robitschek in Vienna around 1913.

Opus 97. Sonata for doublebass and piano in G minor. Republished by Amadeus in Zurich in 1979. Orig. by Robitschek around 1913?

Opus 101. Fantasy for organ in D♭ major. (See under opus 87.) (June 23 1917)

Opus 102. Quintet for clarinet and strings in E♭ major. Parts published in 1919 (with score??) by Robitschek. Republished by Wollenweber in 1970. Recorded several times.

Opus 103. Sonata no. 6 for violin and piano in G minor. Recorded on Biddulph, Amati and Thorofon.. Pub. around 1919 by Robitschek. (completed May 4 1915)

Opus 104. Seven Fantasy Pieces for Violin and Piano. Published by Robitschek around 1923.

Opus 105. Fantasy Pieces for 2 violins. Republished in 1977 by Wollenweber-Verlag in Munich.

Opus 106. String quartet no. 4 in A major. Parts published by Robitschek in Vienna in 1934 and republished by Amadeus-Verlag in 2000 and Merton Music in 2001. Recorded in 2001 by MDG.

Opus 107. Terzetto in C♯ minor for two violins and viola. Published in 1923 by Robitschek.

Opus 108. Mass in G major for soprano, alto, tenor, bass, strings and organ. Published by Robitschek in Vienna ca. 1925.

Opus 109. Sonata no. 3 for piano in D♭ major. (Recorded on Marco Polo.) Pub. Robitschek around 1919.

Opus 110. 12 Waltzes. (Recorded on Marco Polo.) Pub. around 1919.

Opus 111. Four pieces for piano. Pub. by Robitschek in 1935 or earlier. ("Wien, 5. Mai 1919")

Opus 112. Tautropfen. 13 short and easy pieces for piano. (Dewdrops.) Pub. by Amadeus in 1999.

Opus 113. Seven Intermezzi for Violin and Piano. Published by Robitschek (around 1925?) in two volumes. (Wien, Oktober 1924)

Opus 114. Six piano pieces. Published by Robitschek in Vienna araound 1927. (Wien, 17. Jänner 1925)

Opus 115. Trio for piano, violin and viola in F♯ minor. Republished by Wollenweber-Verlag in Munich around 1975 (orig. published 1926.) Recorded on the Centaur label.

Opus 116. Mass in D minor.(Third mass. Published in 1925.)

Opus 117. Fantasy pieces for viola and piano. (New recording now out on Music & Arts 1087- edit: and another on Eclectra... not such a bad thing since older recording on Biddulph might be hard to find with that label's departure- there is also another, still available, on Centaur, with the viola sonata and piano/violin/viola trio, which I have not heard but expect is quite good, so this means two recordings instead of one (rather than one recording instead of zero.)) (Published by Wollenweber in 1977.)

Opus ?. 7 intermezzi for violin and piano.

Opus ?. C♯ minor variations for organ. (See opus 87 for recording. Published in 1996 in an edition by Martin Haselböck)

Opus ?. Die Teufelsglocke. Opera.

W/O Opus. Mass in F major for soloists chorus and orchestra. (published in 1968 apparently.)

W/O Opus. Mass in C major. Published in Boston by O. Ditson around 1885. (Westminster Choir College of Rider University has a copy.)

String quartet no. 5. Signed Amont, 2.9.1925.

Overture in C minor. (Score at the National Austrian Library.)