Symphony No. 1 (Op. 11), in C minor (1824); Symph. No. 2 (Op. 52), Lobgesang, with voices (Leipzig, June 25, 1840); Symph. No. 3 (Op. 56), in A minor, Scotch (1830-42; Leipzig, March 3, 1842); Symph. No. 4 (Op. 90), in A major, Italian (Berlin, May 13, 1833); Symph. No. 5 (Op. 107), in D Major, Reformation (1831; Berlin, Nov. 15, 1832); 12 early string symphonies, Sinfoniesatz in C minor; the concert overtures A Midsummer Night's Dream (Op. 21), Fingal's Cave or Hebrides (Op. 26), Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage (Meeresstille und gluckliche Fahrt; Op. 27), The Lovely Melusine (Die schone Melusine; Op. 32), Ruy Blas (Op. 95), and the 'Trumpet' overture (Op. 101); also an overture for wind band (Op. 24); Andante, Scherzo, Capriccio and Fugue, for string orch. (Op. 81); Funeral March (Op. 103) and March (Op. 108); Piano Concerto No. 1, in G minor (Op. 25), and No. 2, in D minor (Op. 40); Capriccio brillante, for piano with orch. (Op. 22); Rondo brillante, for piano with orch. (Op. 29)....

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