Works of George Enescu having a number of Opus

 

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"... I used my skills to love music and try to create it. If the number of my works is relatively small, this is because I wanted to give, I say it without pride, the best of myself. I have published only what I thought that was almost finished."

George Enescu

Op.1

Romanian Poem for Orchestra (Symphonic suite) (1897)

Op.2

Sonata for piano and violin No.1 (D major) (1897)

Op.3

Suite in ancient style for piano solo (1897)

Op.4

Three melodies for grave voices and piano (1897): Le desert (poesy of Jules Lemaitre); Le galop, Soupir (poesy of Sully Prudhomme)

Op.4a

Balade for violin and orchestra (1896)

Op.5

Variations for 2 pianos (1899)

Op.6

Sonata for piano and violin No.2 (F minor) (1899)

Op.7

Octuor for 4 violins, 2 altos et 2 cello (1900)

Op.8

Symphonie concertante for cello and orchestra (1901)

Op.9

Orchestral Suite No.1 (C major) (1903)

Op.10

Piano suite No.1 (1903)

Op.11

Romanian Rhapsody No.1 (A major) (1901)

Romanian Rhapsody No.2 (D major) (1902)

Op.12

Intermezzo for string orchestra No.1 (D major) (1902)

Intermezzo for string orchestra No.2 (G major) (1903)

Op.13

Symphony No.1 in E flat major (1905)

Op.14

Dixtuor for 2 flutes, oboe, English corn, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns (1906)

Op.15

Seven songs on Clement Marot (1907-1908)

Op.16

Quatuor for piano, violin, alto and violoncello (D major) (1909-1911)

Op.17

Symphonie No.2 (A major) (1913)

Op.18

Pièces impromptues for piano (1915-1916)

Op.19

Three melodies (poesy of Fernard Gregh) (1915-1916)

Op.20

Orchestral Suite No.2 (1915)

Op.21

Symphonie No.3 (C major) (1919; 1921- second version)

Op.22

No.1 Quatuor for 2 violins, alto and cello (E flat major) (1912)

No.2 Quatuor for 2 violins, alto and cello (G major) (1950-1951)

Op.23

Oedip, tragedy in 4 acts and 6 tables. Poem of Edmond Fleg (piano reduction: 1920-1923; orchestral partiture: 1923-1931)

Op.24

Piano sonata No.1 (F sharp minor) (1924)

Piano sonata No.2 (E flat minor) (1926-1931; blueprint)

Piano sonata No.3 (D major) (1934)

Op.25

Sonata for piano and violin (on Popular Romanian themes) No.3 (A minor) (1926)

Op.26

No.1 Sonata for piano and cello (F minor) (1898)

No.2 Sonata for piano and cello (C major) (1935)

Op.27

Orchestral suite No.3 (D major) "Villageoise" (From the country) (1938)

Op.28

Impressions of childhood for violin and piano (D major) (1938)

Op.29

Quintet for piano, 2 violins, alto and cello (A minor) (1940)

Op.30

Quatuor for piano, violin, alto and cello (D minor) (1944)

Op.31

Vox Maris, symphonic poem (1951?)

Op.32

Concert overture on Popular Romanian themes (A major) (1948)

Op.33

Chamber symphony for 12 instruments (1954)

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