Works for piano

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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) **

 

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) ^

 

* 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

^ Boosey & Hawkes

+ Edition Peters

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