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A LIST OF PUBLISHED

BRUCKNER SCORES

PART 4

SMALLER SACRED WORKS

Bruckner scores: smaller sacred works

 

 

Abbreviations: ABSW = Anton Bruckner Sämtliche Werke: ‘new’ Complete Edition, ed.

Leopold Nowak et al.  Vienna, 1951-.

G-A = August Göllerich and Max Auer.  Anton Bruckner.  Ein Lebens- und

Schaffensbild. 4 volumes in 9 parts.  Regensburg, 1922-37; reprinted 1974,

including supplementary volume containing corrections and additions.

 

 

Afferentur regi WAB 1:  Offertory for four-part mixed voice choir, 3 trombones and organ ad lib.  

Composed Linz, 7 November 1861.

 

Universal Edition (U.E. 4978), Vienna, 1922.  Supplement to Musica divina  (November /

December 1922), edited and with foreword by Josef V. Wöss.

Max Auer, Anton Bruckner als Kirchenmusiker.  Regensburg, 1927, between pages 64 and 65

[facsimile of autograph, without trombones]

Anton Böhm & Sohn, Augsburg, 1938.

Edition Peters (E.E. 4185), Leipzig, 1939 [in Ausgewählte Geistliche Chöre,

     ed. Ludwig Berberich], pp. 3-4.

ABSW XX1/1 (Kleine Kirchenmusikwerke, ed. Hans Bauernfeind and Leopold Nowak).  Musikwissenschaftlicher Verlag, Vienna, full score format 1984, study score 2001, pp. 86-7.

 

Asperges me WAB 3:  two settings for four-part mixed voice choir and organ.  Composed Kronstorf, between

1843 and 1845.

 

G-A II/2, 1928, pp. 67-76.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 24-31.

 

Asperges me WAB 4:  for four-part mixed voice choir a cappella.  Composed Kronstorf, c. 1844.

 

G-A III/2, 1930, pp. 140-1.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, p. 16.

 

Ave Maria WAB 5:  for four-part mixed voice choir and organ continuo  Composed Linz, 24 July  1856.

 

Johann Gross, Innsbruck, 1893 (no plate no.)

W. Müller, Süddeutscher Musikverlag, 1930.  Geistliche Gesänge II, no. 452,

     ed. Georg Darmstadt.

Anton Böhm & Sohn, Augsburg.  Ed. E.F. Schmid.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, 75-81.

 

Ave Maria WAB 6:  for seven-part mixed voice choir a cappella.  Composed Linz, May 1861.

 

Emil Wetzler (Julius Engelmann),Vienna, 1887 (J. 1006 E.), as no. 2 of 2 Kirchenchöre.

W. Müller, Süddeutscher Musikverlag, 1930.  Geistliche Gesänge II, no. 452,

     ed. Georg Darmstadt.

Anton Böhm & Sohn, Augsburg.  Ed. E.F. Schmid.

Edition Peters (E.E. 4185), 1939, pp. 1-2.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 82-5.

Oxford University Press (OUP), Oxford, 1996.  In European Sacred Music,

     ed. John Rutter, pp. 64-7.

 

Ave Maria WAB 7: for solo alto and piano, organ or harmonium.  Composed Vienna, 5 February 1882.

 

Neue Musikzeitung, Stuttgart-Leipzig-Vienna, 23 (1902), supplement.

Anton Böhm & Sohn (6705), Augsburg, 1927.  Edited E.F, Schmid.

Robert Lienau, Berlin (S. 10894).

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 118-21.

 

Ave regina coelorum WAB 8:  for unison voices with organ.  Composed Vienna, c. 1886.

 

Jahrbuch des Stiftes Klosterneuburg III (1910), p.132.

Universal Edition (U.E. 4980), Vienna, 1921.  Edited and with foreword by Josef V. Wöss

    [Kirchenmusikalische Publikationen d. Schola Austriaca].

Schwann Verlag, Düsseldorf (B 7229), 1954.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 148-9.

 

Christus factus est WAB 9: for four-part mixed voice choir.  Gradual composed Kronstorf, 1844 as part of the   Choralmesse für den Gründonnerstag.

 

G-A I, 1922, pp. 258-60.

Anton Böhm & Sohn (7611), Augsburg, 1931. Edited A.M. Müller.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, p. 17.

 

Christus factus est WAB 10:  for eight-part mixed voice choir, strings and three trombones.  Composed Vienna,

before 8 December 1873 (presumed first performance in the Hofkapelle).

 

Musikwissenschaftlicher Verlag, Vienna, 1934.  Edited and foreword by Ludwig Berberich.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 100-06.

 

Christus factus est WAB 11:  for four-part mixed voice choir a cappella.  Composed Vienna, 28 May 1884.

 

Theodor Rättig (T.R. 41), Vienna, 1886,

     as no. 1 of Vier Graduale für Sopran, Alt, Tenor und Baß.

W. Müller, Süddeutscher Musikverlag, 1930.  Geistliche Gesänge III, no. 453,

     edited Georg Darmstadt.

Anton Böhm & Sohn, Augsburg .  Edited. E.F. Schmid..

Edition Peters (E.E. 4185), 1939, pp. 16-18.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 122-5.

OUP, Oxford, 1996, pp. 68-74.

 

Dextera Domini: for four-part mixed voice choir.  Offertory composed Kronstorf, 1844 as part of the

Choralmesse für den Gründonnerstag.

 

G-A I, 1922, pp. 264-6.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 19-20.

 

Dir, Herr, dir will ich mich ergeben WAB 12:  for four-part mixed voice choir.  Composed Kronstorf, c.1845.

 

G-A II/2, 1928, pp. 114-5.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, p. 37.

 

Ecce sacerdos magnus WAB 13:  for eight-part mixed voice choir, three trombones and organ.  Composed

Vienna, 20-28 April 1885.

 

Universal Edition (U.E. 3298), Vienna, 1911.  Edited and with foreword by Viktor Keldorfer.

Anton Böhm & Sohn, Augsburg , 1933?  Edited  F. Habel.

Edition Peters (E.E. 4185), 1939, pp. 19-26.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 130-40.

 

Herz-Jesu-Lied WAB 144:  for four-part mixed voice choir and organ.  Composed St. Florian, c.1846.

 

G-A II/2, 1928, pp. 11-12.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, 39-40.

 

Iam lucis orto sidere (Hymnus in S. Angelum custodem) WAB 18:

First version in E minor for four- part mixed voice choir a cappella.  Composed Linz, c. 1868.

 

J. Feichtingers Erben, Linz, 1868.

G-A III/2, 1930. pp. 142-3.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 94-5.

 

Second, slightly altered version in E minor for four-part mixed voice choir and organ.  

After 1868?

 

ABSW XX1/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 96-7.

 

Third version in G minor for four-part male voice choir a cappella.  

Composed April (?) 1886.

 

An der schönen blauen Donau - music supplement in the magazine ed. by F. Mamroth,  I / 8 (1 May 1886), p. 240.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 146-7.

 

In jener letzten der Nächte WAB 17:

First version for voice and piano. Passion song, composed St. Florian, c.1848.

 

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, p. 54.

 

Second version for four-part mixed voice choir a cappella.  St. Florian, c.1848.

 

G-A II/2, 1928, pp. 97-8.

Anton Böhm & Sohn, Augsburg, 1931.

Musikverlag Schwann, Düsseldorf (B 7024), ed. Th.B. Rehmann.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, p. 55.

 

Inveni David WAB 19:  Offertory for four-part male voice choir and four trombones.  

                                Composed Linz, 21 April 1868.

 

G-A III/2, 1930, pp. 239-44 [facsimile of autograph].

Edition Peters (E.E. 4185), 1939, pp. 34-6.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 90-3.

 

Kyrie in E flat major WAB 139:  for four-part mixed voice choir, two oboes, three trombones, strings and

organ.  Composed St. Florian, between 1845 and 1848.  Incomplete.

 

G-A II/2, 1928, pp. 86-93 [facsimile of autograph].

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 173-8.

 

Kyrie in G minor WAB 140:  for four-part mixed voice choir, three trombones and organ.  

                                Composed St. Florian, 1845 or 1846.  Incomplete.

 

G-A II/2, 1928, pp. 84-5 [facsimile of autograph]

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, p. 172.

 

Libera me in F WAB 21: for four-part mixed voice choir and organ.  

                            Composed Kronstorf, between 1843 and 1845.

 

G-A I, 1922, pp. 243-8.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 12-15.

 

Libera me in F minor WAB 22:  for five-part mixed voice choir, 3 trombones, cello, bass and organ.  

                             Composed St. Florian, March 1854.

 

Universal Edition (U.E. 4976), Vienna, 1922; supplement to Musica Divina 10 / 7-10

     (July - October).  Edited and with foreword by Vinzenz Goller.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 58-67.

 

Locus iste WAB 23:  Gradual for four-part mixed voice choir a cappella.  Composed Linz, 11 August 1869.

 

Theodor Rättig (T.R. 41), Vienna, 1886, as no. 2 of Vier Graduale.

W. Müller, Süddeutsche Musikverlag, 1930.  Geistliche Gesänge III, no. 453,

     ed. Georg Darmstadt.

Anton Böhm & Sohn, Augsburg.  Edited  E.F. Schmid.

Edition Peters (E.E. 4185), 1939, pp. 7-8

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 98-9.

OUP, Oxford, 1996, pp. 82-3.

 

Mass in C major WAB 25: for solo alto, two horns and organ.  Composed Windhaag, 1842.

 

G-A I, 1922, pp. 173-89.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 4-11.

 

Mass for Maundy Thursday (Messe für den Gründonnerstag) WAB 9:  for four-part mixed voice choir a

cappella.  Composed Kronstorf, 1844.

 

G-A 1, 1922, pp. 258-74.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 17-23.

 

Mass without Gloria and Credo WAB 146:  for four-part mixed voice choir a cappella.  Composed Kronstorf, c.

January 1844.  

 

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 167-71.

 

O du liebes Jesu Kind WAB 145:  for voice with organ accompaniment. Composed St. Florian, c. 1855.

 

G-A II/2, 1928, p. 13 [facsimile of autograph].

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, p. 38.

 

Os justi WAB 30:  Gradual for four-part mixed voice choir a cappella.  Composed Vienna, 18 July

1879.  The verse ‘Inveni David’ for voice and organ was added on 28 July 1879.

 

Theodor Rättig (T.R. 42), Vienna, 1886, as no. 3 of Vier Graduale (without ‘Inveni David’).

W. Müller, Süddeutsche Musikverlag, 1930.  Geistliche Gesänge III, no. 453,

ed. Georg Darmstadt.

Anton Böhm & Sohn, Augsburg.  Edited E.F. Schmid (without ‘Inveni David’).

Edition Peters (E.E. 4185 / EP 4185), 1939, pp. 13-15 (without ‘Inveni David)

Edition Peters (EP 6315), Graduals No.2.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 113-17 (including ‘Inveni David’).

OUP, Oxford, 1996, German Romantic Motets, pp.75-81 (without ‘Inveni David’).

 

Pange lingua WAB 31: Hymn for the Feast of Corpus Christi.  For four-part mixed voice choir a cappella.

First version, composed 1835 or 1836.

 

G-A II/1, 1928, p. 228.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, p.3.

 

Second version, ‘restored’ Vienna, 19 April 1891.

 

Max Auer, Anton Bruckner als Kirchenmusiker, 1927, after p. 184 [facsimile of original].

G-A II/1, 1928, p. 230 [facsimile of original].

Wilhelm Berntheisel, Munich, 1929; in the series ‘Anton Bruckner. Kleine geistliche Werke’.

Edited Max Auer.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, p.158.

 

Pange lingua et Tantum ergo (phrygian) WAB 33:  for four-part mixed voice choir a cappella.  

Composed Linz, 31 January 1868.

 

Musica sacra 18, 1885,  p. 44.  Music supplement, edited Franz Xaver Witt.

Eucharistische Gesänge, 1888, no. 5.  Edited Franz Xaver Witt.

Johann Gross (162) Innsbruck, 1895 (Tantum ergo für Sopran, Alt, Tenor und Baß).

W. Müller, Süddeutscher Musikverlag, 1930.  Geistliche Gesänge I, no. 451, ed. Georg Darmstadt.

Anton Böhm & Sohn (6708), Augsburg.  No. 6 of Sechs Tantum ergo, ed. E.F. Schmid.

Edition Peters (E.E. 4185 / EP 4185), 1939, pp. 5-6.

Edition Peters (EP 6313).

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 88-9.

Novello, London, 2004, German Romantic Motets, p. 57

 

 

Requiem in D minor WAB 141:  sketch.  Composed Vienna, 18 September 1875.

 

G-A IV/1, 1936, pp. 361-2.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, p. 179.

 

Salvum fac populum tuum WAB 40:  for four-part mixed voice choir a cappella.  

                      Composed Vienna, 14 November 1884.

 

G-A IV/2, 1936, between pages 496 and 497 [facsimile of autograph].

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 126-8.

 

Tantum ergo in D major WAB 32:  for four-part mixed voice choir a cappella.  

                      Composed Kronstorf, Autumn 1845.

 

Universal Edition (U.E. 4961), Vienna, 1914, as part of the Meisterwerke kirchlicher

Tonkunst series.  Edited Josef V. Wöss.

W. Müller, Süddeutscher Musikverlag, 1930.  Geistliche Gesänge I, no. 451,

edited Georg Darmstadt.

Anton Böhm & Sohn (8195), Augsburg.  Edited E.F. Schmid.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 32-3.

 

Tantum ergo in A major WAB 43:  for four-part mixed voice choir and organ.  Composed in

Kronstorf or St. Florian, 1844 or 1845.

 

G-A II/2, 1928, pp. 116-8.

Doblinger (D.8154/III), Vienna, 1947, no. 20 of Zwanzig ‘Tantum ergo’ von Haydn bis

Bruckner, Österreichischer Kirchenmusik vol. III/3, pp. 20-22 (organ score, ed. Louis Dité).

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 34-6.

 

Tantum ergo in D major WAB 42:  for five-part mixed voice choir and organ.  

First version: composed St. Florian, February 1846.

 

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 48-51

 

Second version: revised Vienna, April 1888.

 

Johann Gross, Innsbruck, 1893, as no. 5 of Fünf Tantum ergo.

W. Müller, Süddeutscher Musikverlag, 1930.  Geistliche Gesäange I, no. 451, edited Georg Darmstadt.

Anton Böhm and Son (6708), Augsburg.  No. 5 of Sechs Tantum ergo, ed. E.F.Schmid.

Verlag St. A. Braun-Peretti, Bonn.

Edition Peters (EP 66159), included in Tantum ergo (6 settings)

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, 155-7.

Faber, London, 1994.  No. 6 of Six Sacred Choruses, ed. Simon Halsey, p.30

 

Tantum ergo in B flat WAB 44:  for four-part mixed voice choir, two violins, two trumpets and

organ. Composed St. Florian, 1854.

 

G-A II/2, 1928, pp. 255-8.

Doblinger (D.8154/II), Vienna, 1947, no. 12 of Zwanzig ‘Tantum ergo’ von Haydn bis Bruckner,

Österreichischer Kirchenmusik vol. III/2, pp. 22-24 (piano score, ed. Louis Dité).

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp.68-74.

Edition Peters (EP 66159), included in Tantum ergo (6 settings).

 

Vier Tantum ergo (no. 1 in B flat, no. 2 in A flat, no. 3 in E flat, no. 4 in C) WAB 41:  

for four-part mixed voice choir and organ ad lib.

First version: composed St. Florian, 1846.

 

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 41-7.

 

Second version: revised Vienna, 1888.

 

Johann Gross, Innsbruck, 1893, as nos. 1-4 of Fünf Tantum ergo (and with order

changed, viz. no. 1 in E flat, no. 2 in C, no. 3 in B flat, no. 4 in A flat).

W. Müller, Süddeutscher Musikverlag,1930.  Geistliche Gesänge I, no. 451, edited Georg  Darmstadt.

Anton Böhm & Sohn (6707/6708), Augsburg.  Nos. 1-4 of Sechs Tantum ergo, ed. E.F. Schmid.

Edition Peters (EP 66159), included in Tantum ergo (6 settings).

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 150-4.

 

Tota pulchra es WAB 46: for four-part mixed voice choir and organ. Composed Vienna, 30 March 1878.

 

Emil Wetzler (Julius Engelmann),Vienna, 1887 (J. 1007 E.), as no. 1 of 2 Kirchenchöre.

W. Müller, Süddeutscher Musikverlag, 1930.  Geistliche Gesänge II, no. 452, edited Georg Darmstadt.

Anton Böhm & Sohn, Augsburg and Vienna.  Edited. E.F. Schmid.

Edition Peters (E.E. 4185 / EP 4185), 1939, pp. 9-12.

Edition Peters (EP 6312), no. 2 of Marian Compositions.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 107-12.

Faber, London, 1994.  No. 4 of Six Sacred Choruses, ed. Simon Halsey, pp. 19-23.

 

Veni Creator Spiritus WAB 50:  for voice and organ.  Composed 1884 or earlier.

 

G-A IV/1, 1936, p. 524.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, p.129.

 

Vexilla regis WAB 51:  for four-part mixed voice choir a cappella. Composed Vienna, 9 February 1892.

 

Josef Weinberger (J.W.-W.M.A.),Vienna, 1892, in Album der Wiener Meister.

Eine Erinnerung an die International. Ausstellung für Musik- und Theaterwesen, p. 8.

W. Müller, Süddeutscher Musikverlag, 1930.  Geistliche Gesänge III, no. 453, edited Georg Darmstadt.

Anton Böhm & Sohn, Augsburg and Vienna.  Edited F. Habel.

Edition Peters (E.E. 4185 / EP 4185), 1939, pp. 31-3.

Edition Peters (EP 6319).

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 159-64.

 

Virga Jesse WAB 52:  for four-part mixed voice choir a cappella.  Composed 3 September 1885.

 

Theodor Rättig (T.R. 42), Vienna, 1886, as no. 4 of Vier Graduale.

W. Müller, Süddeutscher Musikverlag, 1930.  Geistliche Gesänge III, no. 453, edited Georg Darmstadt.

Anton Böhm & Sohn, Augsburg and Vienna.  Edited F. Habel.

Edition Peters (E.E. 4185 / EP 4185), 1939, pp. 27-30.

Edition Peters (EP 6317).

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 141-5.

Novello, London, 2004, German Romantic Motets, p. 62.

 

Zwei Totenlieder in E flat & F, WAB 47 & 48: for four-part mixed voice choir a cappella. Composed St.Florian, 1852.

 

G-A II/2, 1928, pp. 141-4.

ABSW XXI/1, 1984 and 2001, pp. 56-7.

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