List of Compositions By Hans Werner Henze - Solo Instrumental

Solo Instrumental

  • Sonatina, for piano (1947; reissued)
  • Serenade, for solo cello (1949)
  • Variationen (1949)
  • Drei Tentos (1958)
  • Sonata, for piano (1959)
  • Six Absences (1961)
  • Lucy Escott Variations (1963)
  • Memorias de ‘El Cimarrón’ (1970)
  • Sonatina, for trumpet (1974)
  • Royal Winter Music, sonata no.1 (1975–6)
  • Capriccio (1976; revised 1981)
  • Sonata, for violin (1976–7; revised 1992)
  • Ländler (1977; withdrawn)
  • S. Biagio 9 agosto ore 12.07 (1977)
  • Five Scenes from the Snow Country (1978)
  • Margareten-Walzer (1978)
  • Epitaph (1979)
  • Etude philarmonique (1979)
  • Royal Winter Music, Sonata no. 2 (1979)
  • Toccata senza fuga (1979)
  • Drei Märchenbilder (1980)
  • Sechs Stücke für junge Pianisten (1980)
  • Cherubino (1980–81)
  • Euridice (1981; revised 1992)
  • Une petite phrase (1984)
  • Serenade for solo violin (1986)
  • La mano sinistra (1988)
  • Piece for Peter (1988)
  • Clavierstück (1989)
  • Für Manfred (1989)
  • Das Haus Ibach (1991)
  • Pulcinella disperato, fantasia (1991–2)
  • Minette (1992)
  • An Brenton for viola (1993)
  • Für Reinhold (1994)
  • Toccata mistica (1994)
  • Serenata notturna (1996)
  • Olly on the Shore (2001)
  • Scorribanda pianistica (2003)

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