Works for piano

collage bladmuziek

Piano solo

Opus 3 – Quatre Morceaux (Rahter 1906) (Dedicated to Alfred Reisenauer, Comtesse d’Osten-Sacken, Sophie Bortkiewicz and Julie Charine) ^

Aus vergangen Zeiten. Kleine Ballade (Published in Die Musik-Mappe, Band I Heft 32, published in Leipzig by Vobach & Co 1907)

Opus 4 – Impressions. Sept Morceaux (Rahter 1907) (Dedicated to Xaver Scharwenka) ^

Opus 5 – Minuit. Deux Morceaux (Ries & Erler 1907) (Dedicated to Ernst Seger)*

Opus 6 – Trois Morceaux (Rozsavolgyi 1908) (Dedicated to Harald André)*

Opus 7 – Deux Morceaux (Ries & Erler 1908) (Dedicated to Edgar Smolian)*

Opus 8 – Esquisses de Crimée (Ries & Erler 1908) (Dedicated to Julie Charine)*

Opus 9 – Sonate no. 1 (Rahter 1909) ^

Opus 10 – Quatre Morceaux (Rahter 1909) (Dedicated to Paul de Conne) ^

Opus 11 – Six Pensées Lyriques (Rahter 1909) (Dedicated to Emmy Destinn) ^

Opus 12 – Trois Morceaux (Rozsavolgyi 1910) (Dedicated to Jolanda Méro)*

Opus 13 – Six Préludes (Rahter 1910) ^

Opus 14 – Aus Meiner Kindheit (Rahter 1911) ^

Opus 15 – Dix Etudes (Rahter 1911) (Dedicated to Alfred Reisenauer) ^

Opus 17 – Lamentations et Consolations (Kistner & Siegel 1914) (Dedicated to Moriz Rosenthal and Vera de Berens)*

Opus 21 – Der kleine Wanderer (Rahter 1922) (Dedicated to T.W.G. Settle) ^

Opus 24 – Trois Morceaux (Rahter 1922) (Dedicated to Natalie Chaponitsch) ^

Opus 27 – Trois Valses (Rahter 1924) (Dedicated to Lubka Kolessa) ^

Opus 29 – Douze Etudes (Rahter 1924) (Dedicated to Hugo van Dalen) ^

Opus 30 – Aus Andersen’s Märchen (Rahter 1925) (Dedicated to Abby de Averitt) ^

Opus 33 – Dix Préludes (Rahter 1926) ^

Opus 35 – Ein Roman (Kistner & Siegel 1928) (Dedicated to professor I. Philipp)*

Opus 37 – Tausend und eine Nacht, Orientalische Ballett-Suite (Rahter 1928) (Dedicated to Waldemar Runge)*

Opus 39 – Kindheit. 14 leichte Stücke nach dem Roman von Leo Tolstoj (Litolff 1930)*

Opus 40 – Sept Préludes (Litolff 1931) (Dedicated to Maria Neuscheller)*

Opus 42 – Ballade (Litolff 1931) (Dedicated to Celeste Chop-Groenevelt) +

Opus 46 – Elégie (Litolff 1932) (Dedicated to Helene Hundeiker) +

Opus 48 – Im 3/4 Takt (Litolff 1933) (Dedicated to Herman Hoppe)*

Opus 49 – Zwei Klavierstücke (manuscript 1933)**

Opus 54 – Marionetten (Simrock 1938) ^

Opus 58 – Jugoslawische Suite “Adria” (manuscript and print 1940) (dedicated to Martin Porzky) ***

Opus 59 – Lyrica Nova (Universal Edition 1940)*

Opus 60 – Sonate no. 2 (manuscript 1942 and print 1949) (Dedicated to Hans Ankwicz-Kleehoven) ***

Opus 61 – Fantasiestücke (manuscript and print 1942) (dedicated to Egon Kokits) ***

Opus 64 – Drei Mazurkas (manuscript and print 1943) (dedicated to Walter und Natalie Zdrahal) ***

Opus 65 – Vier Klavierstücke (Doblinger 1947) (No. 3 Epithalame dedicated to Rudolf Horn) *

Opus 66 – Six Préludes (manuscript 1947) (Dedicated to Hélene Mulholland) (no. 1 and 3)* (no. 2, 4-6)**

Opus 68 – Tom Swayer’s Abenteuer (manuscript 1948)**

Opus 70 – Cinq Esquisses de femmes (manuscript 1950) **

Albumblatt (Dedicated to Felicitas Karrer) (manuscript 1952)**

 

Piano four hands

Opus 18 – Russische Tänze (Kistner & Siegel 1914) (Dedicated to professor Louis Thern)*

Opus 31 – Russische Weisen und Tänze (Rahter 1926) (Dedicated to Grace Dike) ^

 

Piano left hand only (unpublished scores which are part of the estate of Paul Wittgenstein)****

Etüde für die linke Hand allein, Op. 15, No 5.

Etüde für die linke Hand allein, Op. 15, No 10.

Nocturne “Diana” für die linke Hand allein, Op. 24, No. 1.

Gavotte-Caprice für die linke Hand allein, Op. 3, No. 3.

 

* A copy of this score can be obtained through the Netherlands Muziek Instituut in The Hague, The Netherlands

** This score is still missing

*** A copy of this score can be obtained through the Sächsisches Staatsarchiv in Leipzig

**** not accessible

^ Boosey & Hawkes

+ Edition Peters

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