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WORKS WITHOUT OPUS : INDEXED WORKS | UNINDEXED WORKS
   WORKS WITH OPUS : 01-05 | 06-10 | 11-15 | 16-20 | 21-25
                     26-30 | 31-35 | 36-40 | 41-45 | 46-50
                     51-55 | 56-60 | 61-65 | 66-70 | 71-74 

 

Works without opus in this section are not indexed by Maurice J. E. Brown. All works are arranged in chronological order.

Two Polonaises

for pianoforte, composed in 1818

works are lost! They have been presented by Chopin to the Empress Maria Teoderowna, mother of the Czar, on the occasion of her visit to Warszawa on 26 Sep 1818.

Variations

for pianoforte, composed in 1818

work is lost! It's mentioned in the "Pamietnik Warzawski" of 1818

Polonaise 'Barber of Seville'

for pianoforte, composed in 1825/11

work is lost!
"I have done a new Polonaise on the "Barber" which is fairly well liked. I think of sending it to be lithographed tomorrow." - From a letter sent by Chopin to Bialoblocki, Nov 1825

Variations

for pianoforte & pianoforte in F Major, composed in 1826

work is lost! Listed by Louise Chopin

Variations on an Irish National Air (from Thomas Moore)

for pianoforte & pianoforte in D major, composed in 1826

Waltz

for pianoforte in C Major, composed in 1826

work is lost!

Waltz

for pianoforte in A Flat Major, composed in 1827

work is lost!

Waltz 'La partenza' (The departure)

for pianoforte in D minor, composed in 1828

work is lost!

Allegretto

for pianoforte in F Sharp Major, composed in 1829 (?)

dedicated to Mademoiselle Leopoldyna Blahetka

this work was not indexed and the exact year of composition is unknown around 1829

"My manner of playing, which once again was much appreciated by the ladies, and especially by Miss Blahetka, Vienna's foremost lady pianist, who must have admired me when, on parting, she gave me as a keepsake a hand-signed composition of her own." - From a letter sent by Chopin to Tytus Woyciechowski in Poturzyn, Warsaw 12 Sep 1829

"I became acquainted with this composition in Vienna in the year of 1857; it was commonly held there (as the publisher himself stated) to have come from the album of the former pianist Leopoldyna Blahetka." - From a letter sent by Oskar Kolberg to Maurycy Karasowski in Poznan, Kraków, 12 Apr 1885

Waltz

for pianoforte in E Flat Major, composed in 1829-30

work is lost!

Waltz

for pianoforte in A Flat Major, composed in 1830/12 (?)

work is lost! We know about it from a letter Chopin wrote on 12/21/1830 from Vienna to his family.

Variations for voice on a song of Antoni Radziwill

for voice & pianoforte & pianoforte, composed in 1830

no copy of this publication is known
the work was kept private by Frederic Chopin

Mazurka "Wolowska"

for pianoforte in F Sharp Major, composed in 1840-45

by Charles Mayer

Mazurka

for pianoforte in B flat minor, composed in 1832

This work has not been published. Chominski index is 103

Andantino animato

for pianoforte in F Major, composed in 1845

no copy of this publication is known

Two sacred works on the Veni Creator

for pianoforte, composed in 1846

work is kept private! Marriage of Bohdan Zaleski et Zofia Rosengardt

Galop Marquis

for pianoforte in A Flat Major (KK. 1240a), composed in 1846

Marquis and Dib were the names of George Sand's dogs. This musical joke was composed during Chopin's stay at Nohant.

"That little dog Marquis has stayed with me. It's lying on my sofa. An extraordinary creature: its wool's like marabou, white as white, Ms S tends to it herself every day; so it's as bright as it can be" - From a letter sent by Chopin to his family in Warsaw, Nohant 11 Oct 1846

"Marquis is acting too. The costumes get him tremendously excited. He take part in the action, jumps to the arms of people being murdered, weeps at the feet of those singing romances and at the end dances a "pas de deux" with Lambert. He takes the play seriously and feels all the emotions of the audience." - From a letter by George Sand to Emanuel Arago, Nohant 9 Dec 1846

"Did yesterday's pantomime induce Dib to dance?" - From a letter sent by Chopin to George Sand at Nohant, Paris 15 Dec 1846

"I can just imagine the emotions of Marquis and Dib. Happy viewers, naive and unrefined." - From a letter sent by Chopin to George Sand at Nohant, Paris 17 Jan 1847

Prelude

for pianoforte in F major

the year of composition is unknown

Nocturne oubliée

for pianoforte in C sharp minor

the year of composition is unknown

Prelude "Devil's trills"

for pianoforte in E flat minor

the year of composition is unknown

Waltz mélancolique

for pianoforte in F Sharp Major

the year of composition is unknown

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