By Maristella Feustle
|Title:||Reinhard Oppel Collection, 1858-1935|
|Primary Creator:||Oppel, Reinhard|
Scope and Contents of the MaterialsThe collection consists of about 19 boxes of materials related to the life and work of composer and music theorist Reinhard Oppel.
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Page 5 of unidentified work; Brahms IV-I Durchführung; Zu Bach, Solos für Viol und Cello; Bach Solos g IV 28 v 31; 24. Two-Voice Fugue (September 9, 1920); Fugue in C#, W.K [Well-Tempered Clavier] I (Kiel, Christmas, 1928); D Toccata (October 1931); W. K. I, Fuga II / Praeludium C I; Schenker-Oppel: Bach, Prelude I in C-sharp; Analysis of Prelude in E minor; Brahms, E-flat minor; Bach E Kleine Preluden 2. Teil; Bach, G minor; Bach, E minor (March 20, 1930); Bach, G minor solo sonata; cutouts of magazine art related to composers; 3 leaflets from Dr. Benno Filser Verlag, Augsburg; Palestrina, Plei sunt coeli; Brahms E-flat minor intermezzo / W.K. Fugue 2; Short analyses on folded paper; Analysis (February 6, 1919, at Kiel) / Chopin A-flat Etude Op. 25-I; two-voice fugue; No. 11, 12, 13, 14; Trio, October 20, 1919; "Tocc. g Fuge 38 + 509"; No. 4 3-voice Fugue in C; Sketches and "Hallelujah!" in black folder; Bach Studieren (April 1919); Palestrina, Agnus Dei; Einleitung / Ägypter; Analysen; Notizen; Jesu meine Freunde; 5-voice fugue in C for organ; Bach W.K. II fugue (on reverse of letter dated January 4, 1929); 5-Voice Fugue for Organ - analysis, April 27, 1922; newspaper, November 16, 1928; Tchaikovsky, Lied der Zigeunerin; newspaper with "De Profundis" (Psalm 130) highlighted; Frankfurter Zeitung, November 20, 1928
Correlli-Joachim: Allegro from Sonata V in B major, "with one flat" (with two pages of printed music, pl. no. 2636) W.K. II No. 14, Canon; Polisches Volkslied - Carl Busse (TTBB, 2 copies, manuscript); Die Fromme Paulina von Rud. Baumbach (TTBB) / Die Harte Nuß (Peter Rosegger); Largo; Requiem (text by Friedrich Hebbel, also set by Reger, July 18-19, 1901; Nymphaea alba (gedicht von Wilhelm Walloth, for 4-voice men's chorus, July 17, 1901); Letter to Dr. Schmidt (May 3, 1933, Leipzig); Handel analyses; Palestrina: Missa ad Fugam analysis; Corelli - Vivace der 2. Sonata - B dur; Corelli - Sonata VIII, 2 Satz, op. 3 / Sonate da Chiesa (May 27, 1931); Paper Zur Handlungs[?]heit Bach zur Themen, folded with letter from Prof. J. Milsohn [illegible], November 1928); List of themes; card advertising Oppel lectures; Corelli 3. Sonate Allegro / Bach / Corelli/ illegible, soft fiber paper; 11 small leaves of notes; timeline of composers; 2 leaves of notes; poem, in "Kleines Feuilleton"; 2 additional leaves of notes; illegible soft paper; Bach - Fuga.
Sonate fur Violine solo in D-moll, Op. 12 (October 1910) - self published, pl. no. R.O. 1 Paul Thoma gewidmet
Der Brauttanz (1910) - text by Simon Dach. Leipzig: Fr. Kistner, pl. no. 10434. TTBB
Lied der Freundschaft für gemischten Chor - text by Simon Dach. Gottingen: Verlag von Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
Streichtrio in C moll, Op. 10. Violin, viola, cello. Parts only.
Ciacona B-dur - for piano
Präludium [und Grave] e moll fur Violin und Klavier (Leipzig, April 21, 1932), dedicated to Cyrill Ko[illegible]. Score and parts.
Konzert für Violin mit Begleitung des Orchesters, g moll, Op. 20 (Kiel, March 30, 1913), dedicated to Walter Schulze Prisen (?). For piano and violin - score, with written cadenza.
Klaviertrio (November 24, 27, 1921 / December 25, 1928) - score and parts.
Nun laßt uns Gott dem Herre - for organ. Numbered 1-10, possibly related to item with 11 through 14 noted in Folder 1, November 1923.
Untitled, Wurzburg, September 4, 1933; Handel Fugue in F minor, with article "On Handel's Instrumental Fugues" (Leipzig), and letter from Neue Bachgesellschaft zu Leipzig (July 3, 1931)
Ciacona B dur für Klavier. Marked "QIII." Includes sketch of different work labeled August 29, 1922
Messe für Vierstimmigen Chor, Op. 32 (SATB).
Debussy: Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune. Paris: E. Fromont, pl. no. E. 1091 F., 1895.