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CHRONOLOGICAL SEQUENCE OF PUBLICATION
I8I7 Military March (lost)
November Polonaise in G minor (republ. I927)
June Rondo, Op. I
I826 Mazurkas in B fiat and G ( wd versions: republ. I 8 5 I) Polonaise in B fiat minor (republ. I 879)
I828 February Rondo ala Mazur, Op. 5
I830 January Variations for PF. and Orch., Op. 2
I83J Autumn Introduction and Polonaise, Op. 3
I832 December PF. Trio in G minor, Op. 8
3 Nocturnes, Op. 9
4 Mazurkas, Op. 6 5 Mazurkas, Op. 7
Etudes, Op. Io PF. Concerto, Op. I I Grand Duo (Robert /e Diable) Variations (Ludovic), Op. 12 3 Nocturnes, Op. 15
April June July October
January April May June July August
1834 Introduction and Rondo, Op. I 6 4 Mazurkas, Op. I 7 Fantaisie on Polish Airs, Op. I 3 Waltz, Op. I8 Rondo, 'Krakowiak', Op. I4 Bolero, Op. I9
Scherzo, Op. 20
I836 4 Mazurkas, Op. 24 PF. Concerto, Op. 2 I 2 Nocturnes, Op. 2 7 Ballade, Op. 2 3 2 Polonaises, Op. 26 Andante spianato and Polonaise, Op. 22 2 Songs ('Zycenie' and 'Wojak'), pub!. anonymously
October Etudes, Op. 2 5 December 4 Mazurkas, Op. 30
Scherzo, Op. 3 1 2 Nocturnes, Op. 3 z
I838 October 4 Mazurkas, Op. 3 3 December 3 Waltzes, Op. 34
1839 June Hexameron, Variation in E major
Preludes, Op. 28
September October November
Sonata, Op. 3 5 Impromptu, Op. 36 2 Nocturnes, Op. 37 Waltz in A flat, Op. 42 Ballade, Op. 3 8 Scherzo, Op. 39 Trois Nouvelles Etudes
CHRONOLOGICAL SEQUENCE OF PUBLICATION 1 79 December 2 Polonaises, Op. 40
4 Mazurkas, Op. 4 I
I84I October Mazurka in A minor (Emile Gaillard)
Tarantella, Op. 43 November Polonaise, Op. 44
Prelude, Op. 4 5 Allegro de Concert, Op. 46 Ballade, Op. 47 2 Nocturnes, Op. 48 Fantasia in F minor, Op. 49
I842 February Mazurka in A minor (Notre Temps) September 3 Mazurkas, Op. 50
I843 April Impromptu, Op. 5 I November Ballade, Op. 52
Polonaise, Op. 5 3 Scherzo, Op. 54
I844 August 2 Nocturnes, Op. 55
3 Mazurkas, Op. 56
I845 June Berceuse, Op. 57
Sonata, Op. 58 November 3 Mazurkas, Op. 59
1846 October Barcarolle, Op. 6o
Polonaise-Fantaisie, Op. 61 2 Nocturnes, Op. 62
I847 October 3 Mazurkas, Op. 63
3 Waltzes, Op. 64 Sonata for PF. and cello, Op. 6 5.
18o APPENDIX I
1851 May 'Schwiezerbub' Variations
Sonata, Op. 4
18 52 Deux valses melancoliques (Op. 70: no. 2; Op. 69: no. 2)
I855 May Fantaisie-Impromptu, Op. 66
4 Mazurkas, Op. 67 4 Mazurkas, Op. 68 2 Waltzes, Op. 69 3 Waltzes, Op. 70 3 Polonaises, Op. 71 Nocturne, Funeral March, 3 Ecossaises, Op. 72 Rondo for two pianofortes, Op. 7 3
1856 2 songs republ. from 1836, with Chopin's name
1857 16 Polish songs, Op. 74
1859-60 16 songs with German translations
1864 Polonaise in G sharp minor
1868 Waltz in E minor
1870 Polonaise in G flat major Mazurka in C major Song ('Polens Grabgesang'), Op. 74: no. 17
Waltz in E major
CHRONOLOGICAL SEQUENCE OF PUBLICATION 181
1875 Nocturne (Lento con gran espressione) Mazurka in D major (1st version) Mazurkas in B flat and G major (1st versions)
1879 Mazurka in G ('Prague')
188o Mazurka in D major (znd version)
J88J Variations in A major (on a theme by Paganini)
Fugue in A minor
1902 Polonaise in A flat (corrupt: 'clean' in 19o8) Waltz in A flat Waltz in E flat Mazurka in A minor (1st version, Op. 7: no. 2)
1909 Mazurka in B flat (A. Wolowska)
1910 Mazurka ('Mazurek') in D major Song: 'Czary' Moderato in E major (republ. 1827) Song: 'Dumka'
1918 Prelude in A flat (Pierre Wolff)
1930 Mazurka in A flat (Celine Szymanowska)
1931 Cantabile in B flat major
1934 Contredanse in G flat major Polonaise in B flat major (republ. 1937)
182 APPENDIX I
1938 Nocturne inC minor Largo in E flat
1954 Rondo ( ISt version of Op. 7 3)
1955 May Waltz in A minor
Waltz in E flat
1965 Mazurka in F minor, Op. 68: no. 4 ('clean') Variations in D major, for PF. duet
1968 'Wiosna', arr. for PF. solo 2 Bourrees
PUBLISHERS OF THE FIRST EDITIONS
London Wessel & Co.: Opp. I-3, 5-n, I3-64; Notre Temps Mazurka; 'Deux valses melancoliques'; 'Emile Gaillard' Mazurka
Cocks.: Op. 4; 'Schweizerbub' Variations Cramer, Addison & Beale: Op. 12; Hexameron Variation Francis, Day & Hunter; Waltz in E flat Stanley Lucas, Weber & Co.: Op. 7 4
Paris Maurice Schlesinger: Opp. I, 2, 6-IS, 2o-7, 29-34, 44-56; 'Grand Duo'; Trois Nouvelles Etudes
Brand us (successor to Schlesinger): Opp. 5 9-65 Eugene Troupenas: Opp. 3 5-4I, 43; Notre Temps Mazurka Joseph Meissonnier: Opp. 57, 58 Joseph Meissonnier Fils: Opp. 66-7 3 Adolph Catalan et Cie: Op. 28 A. F. G. Pacini: Op. 42 Prillip et Cie: Op. I9 Simon Richault: Opp. 3, 4; 'Schweizerbub' Variations Schoenenberger: Op. 5 Chahal: 'Emile Gaillard' Mazurka Revue Musicale: Waltz in A minor ]. Hamelle: Op. 74
C. GERMANY AND AUSTRIA
Leipzig Breitkopf & Haertel: Opp. 12, I5-I8, 2o-p, 33-42, 46-9, 5 2-8, 6o-5; Waltzes in A flat and E flat; Mazurka in D major (two versions)
Kistner: Opp. 6-II, I3, I4 Peters: Op. 19 Hofmeister: Opp. 5, 51
Mainz B. Schotts Sons: Polonaises in G sharp minor and G flat; Notre Temps Mazurka; Mazurka inC; Waltz in E minor
G 183 B.C.
APPENDIX I I
A.M. Schlesinger: Opp. I, 32, 66-74; 'Grand Duo'; Trois Nouvelles Etudes.
Stern & Co.: Op. 59 Bote & Bock: 'Emile Gaillard' Mazurka Schuberth & Co.: Op. 43 Tobias Haslinger: Op. z; 'Schweizerbub' Variations Pietro Mechetti: Opp. 3, 44, 4 5, 5o
Cracow W. Chaberski: Waltz in E minor ]. Wildt: Deux valses melancoliques Krzyan6wski, S. A. : Polonaises in A flat and B flat
Lwow Lamus, I 909: Mazurka in B flat Poznan J. Leitgeber: 'Lento con gran espressione'; Mazurka in D
major (Ist version) Warsaw ]. ]. Cybulski: Polonaise in G minor
Andrea Brzezina & Co.: Opp. I, 5 R. Friedlein: Mazurkas in B flat and G major Gebethner & Wolff: Mazurka in A flat; Op. 74; Moderato
inEmajor ]. Kauffmann: Waltz in E minor; Mazurka in C major;
Polonaises in G sharp minor and G flat Echo Muzyczne, I88I: Variations on a theme by Paganini Muzyka, I93 I: Cantabile in B flat major
Geneva Pages d'Art, I9I8: Prelude in A flat major
The following list is selective; only those complete editions with some claim to have been based on original material have been included. The order is chronological.
I. Wessel & Co., London, c. I853 'Wessel & Co. Complete Collection of the Compositions of Frederic Chopin for the Piano-Forte.' (For the 7I items in this collection, see Appendix IV.)
The first and most complete of the nineteenth-century editions prior to that ofBreitkopf & Haertel, I878-8o.
2.. Simon Richault, Paris, c. I 86o 'New and cheap Paris edition. The Works of Frederic Chopin.' Edited by Thomas Tellefsen. I2. volumes, excluding the songs.
Tellefsen (I82.3-74) was a pupil of Chopin's for a short time. [Schoenenberger, Paris, I86o. Vols zi-2.4 of the publisher's 'Bibliotheque Classique des Pianistes' were devoted to the PF. works of Chopin. They were called 'CEuvres Completes' and were supplied with a biography and analyses by Fetis, but it was not, in fact, a complete collection.]
3 Gebethner, Warsaw, I863 'Frederic Chopin; reuvres pour le piano, edition originale; V arsovie, I 8 6 3 .'
The edition was authorised by the composer's family. There were no songs. It was revised in I877 and published in six volumes by the firm, then Gebethner & Wolff. It contained all the opus numbers up to Op. 73, with the exception of Op. 65, and it was arranged numerically, by opus numbers. The songs were added in I88o.
A third edition, edited by Jan Kleczenski and containing various supplementary works, was published in I88z, in ten volumes.
I86 APPENDIX I I I
4 P. Jurgenson, Moscow, 1873-6 'Complete Works of Chopin, critically revised after the original French, German and Polish editions by Karl Klindworth.' The edition contains PF. works only, and was in six volumes.
Klindworth (183o-1916) was a pupil ofLiszt.
5. Breitkopf & Haertel, Leipzig, 1 878-8o 'First critically revised complete edition, edited by Woldemar Bargiel, Johannes Brahms, Auguste Franchomme, Franz Liszt, Carl Reinecke, Ernst Rudorff.'
The songs were translated by Hans Schmidt. This was the most complete edition to date, and contained 213 items in 14 volumes. It replaced a slightly earlier, but inferior, 'complete' edition by this firm, edited by Carl Reinecke and called Neue Revidirte Ausgabe, in ten volumes.
A supplement, containing the Waltzes in A flat and E flat, and the first version of the A minor Mazurka, Op. 7: no. 2, was added in 1902.
6. F. Kistner, Leipzig, 1879 'Fred. Chopin's Works, revised and fingered (for the most part according to the composer's notes) by Karl Mikuli.' 17 volumes.
Mikuli (1821-88) was a pupil of Chopin's from 1844 to 1848; he was assisted in preparing this edition by his fellow-pupil Friederike M iiller-Streicher.
7 C. F. Peters, Leipzig, 18