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E. T. A. Hoffmann bibliography

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E. T. A. Hoffmann bibliography

This is a chronological list of works by E. T. A. Hoffmann.

Contents

1809

  • “Ritter Gluck [‘Chevalier Gluck’]” (1st ed. 1809; final ed. 1819)
  • 1810

  • Sinfonie pour 2 Violons, 2 Violes, Violoncelle et Contre-Violon, 2 Flûtes, petite Flûte, 2 Hautbois, 2 Clarinettes, 2 Bassons, Contrebasson, 2 Cors, 2 Trompettes, Timbales et 3 Trompes, composée et dédiée etc par Louis van Beethoven. à Leipsic, chez Breitkopf et Härtel. Oeuvre 67. No. 5. des Sinfonies. (Pr. 4 Rthlr. 12 Gr.)” (1st ed. 1810; final ed. 1819) Review of Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67 (1808) that first appeared anonymously in the Allgemeine Musikalische Zeitung, vol. 12, no. 40–41 (Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, July 4, 1810 and July 11, 1810); subsequently incorporated into the essay “Beethoven's Instrumental-Musik” (1813), which was then included as one of the “Kreisleriana” in the Fantasiestücke, vol. 1, 1st ed. (1814) and 2nd ed. (1819) (Schnapp 1963: 437).
  • “Johannes Kreislers, des Kapellmeisters, musikalische Leiden [‘The Musical Sufferings of Johannes Kreisler, Music Director’]” (1st ed. 1810; final ed. 1819)
  • 1811

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    1812

  • “Des Kapellmeisters, Johannes Kreislers, Dissertatiuncula über den hohen Werth der Musik [‘The Musik Director Johannes Kreisler’s Comments on the High Value of Music’]” (1st ed. 1812; final ed. 1819)
  • 1813

  • Deux Trios pour Pianoforte, Violon et Violoncelle, comp. et déd. à Mad. la Comtesse Marie d'Erdödy – – par Louis van Beethoven. Oeuvr. 70. à Leipsic, chez Breitkopf et Härtel. No. 1. (Pr. 1 Thlr. 12 Gr.) No. 2. (2 Thlr.)” (1st ed. 1813; final ed. 1819) Review of Beethoven's Piano Trio No. 5 in D Major, Op. 70, No. 1 (1808) and Piano Trio No. 6 in E-flat Major, Op. 70, No. 2 (1808) that first appeared anonymously in the Allgemeine Musikalische Zeitung, vol. 15, no. 9 (Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, March 3, 1813); subsequently incorporated into the essay “Beethoven's Instrumental-Musik” (1813), which was then included as one of the “Kreisleriana” in the Fantasiestücke, vol. 1, 1st ed. (1814) and 2nd ed. (1819).
  • “Don Juan” (1st ed. 1813; final ed. 1819)
  • “Der Dichter und der Komponist [‘The Poet and the Composer’]” (comp. 1813; 1st ed. 1813; final ed. 1819)
  • “Beethovens Instrumentalmusik [‘Beethoven's Instrumental Music’]” (1st ed. 1813; final ed. 1819)
  • 1814

  • “Briefe des Baron Wallborn an den Kapellmeister Johannes Kreisler und des Kapellmeisters Johannes Kreisler an den Baron Wallborn [‘Letters from Baron Wallborn to Music Director Johannes Kreisler and from Music Director Johannes Kreisler to Baron Wallborn’]” (1st ed. 1814; final ed. 1819)
  • “Höchst zerstreute Gedanken [‘Highly Scattered Thoughts’]” (1st ed. 1814; final ed. 1819)
  • “Nachricht von einem gebildeten jungen Mann [‘News of an Educated Young Man’]” (1st ed. 1814; final ed. 1819)
  • “Der Musikfeind [‘The Enemy of Music’]” (1st ed. 1814; final ed. 1819)
  • “Über einen Ausspruch Sacchinis, und über den sogenannten Effect in der Musik [‘On an Remark of Sacchini's, and on So-Called Effect in Music’]” (1st ed. 1814; final ed. 1819)
  • Fantasiestücke in Callots Manier [‘Fantasy Pieces in the Manner of Callot’ or ‘Fantasias in Callot's Style’] (1st ed., 4 vol., 1814–1815; 2nd and final ed., 2 vol., 1819)
  • Vol. 1 (1814)
  • Preface by Jean Paul Friedrich Richter (1814)
  • “Jacques Callot” (1814)
  • “Ritter Gluck” (1809)
  • “Kreisleriana Nro. 1–6” (1814)
  • 1. “Johannes Kreislers, des Kapellmeisters, musikalische Leiden” (1810)
  • 2. “Ombra adorata!” (1814)
  • 3. “Gedanken über den hohen Wert der Musik [‘Thoughts on the Great Worth of Music’]” (1812)
  • 4. “Beethovens Instrumental-Musik” (1813)
  • 5. “Höchst zerstreute Gedanken” (1814)
  • 6. “Der vollkommene Machinist [‘The Complete (Theater) Machinist’]” (1814)
  • “Don Juan” (1813)
  • Vol. 2 (1814)
  • “Nachricht von den neuesten Schicksalen des Hundes Berganza [‘News of the Latest Fortunes of the Hound Berganza’]” (1814)
  • “Der Magnetiseur [‘The Animal Magnetist’ or ‘The Hypnotist’]” (1814)
  • Vol. 3 (1814)
  • Der goldene Topf: Ein Märchen aus der neuen Zeit [‘The Golden Pot: A Fairytale of Modern Times’] (1814)
  • Vol. 4 (1815)
  • “Die Abenteuer der Silvester-Nacht [‘The Adventures of New Year's Eve’]” (1815)
  • “Kreisleriana” (1815)
  • 1. “Brief des Barons Wallborn an den Kapellmeister Kreisler [‘Baron Wallborn's Letter to Music Director Kreisler’]” (1814)
  • 2. “Brief des Kapellmeisters Kreisler an den Baron Wallborn [‘Music Director Kreisler's Letter to Baron Wallborn’]” (1814)
  • 3. “Kreislers musikalisch-poetischer Klub [‘Kreisler's Musical-Poetical Club’]” (1815)
  • 4. “Nachricht von einem gebildeten jungen Mann” (1814)
  • 5. “Der Musikfeind [‘The Enemy of Music’]” (1814)
  • 6. “Über einen Ausspruch Sacchinis, und über den sogenannten Effect in der Musik” (1814)
  • 7. “Johannes Kreislers Lehrbrief [‘Johannes Kreisler's Indenture’]” (1815)
  • 1815

  • “Die Fermate [‘The Cadenza’]” (comp. 1815; 1st ed. 1815; final ed. 1819)
  • Die Elixiere des Teufels [‘The Devil's Elixir’] (2 vol., 1815–1816)
  • 1816

  • “Ahnungen aus dem Reiche der Töne [‘Premonitions from the Tonal Realm’]” (1816)
  • Nachtstücke [‘Night Pieces’ or ‘Nocturnes’] (2 vol., 1816–1817)
  • Vol. 1 (1816)
  • “Der Sandmann [‘The Sandman’]” (1816)
  • “Ignaz Denner” (1816)
  • “Die Jesuiterkirche in G. [‘The Jesuit Church in G.’]” (1816)
  • “Das Sanctus [‘The Sanctus’]” (1816)
  • Vol. 2 (1817)
  • “Das öde Haus [‘The Bleak House’]” (1817)
  • “Das Majorat [‘Primogeniture’]” (1817)
  • “Das Gelübde [‘The Oath’]” (1817)
  • “Das steinerne Herz [‘The Stone Heart’]” (1817)
  • 1817

  • “Ein Brief von Hoffmann an Herrn Baron de la Motte Fouqué [‘A Letter from Hoffmann to Baron de la Motte Fouqué’]” (comp. 1816; 1st ed. 1817; final ed. 1819)
  • 1818

  • Seltsame Leiden eines Theaterdirektors [‘Strange Sorrows of a Theater Director’] (1818)
  • 1819

  • “Bruchstück aus den Serapionsbrüdern [‘Fragment from the Serapion Brothers’]: Der Einsiedler Serapion [‘The Hermit Serapion’]” (comp. 1818; 1st ed. 1819; final ed. 1819) This story was probably composed in November and December 1818 (Segebrecht 1963: 1036). It first appeared anonymously in Der Freimüthige für Deutschland: Zeitblatt der Belehrung und Aufheiterung, vol. 1, no. 4, 6, and 8, ed. K. Müchler and Johann Daniel Symanski (January 5, 1819 – January 11, 1819) (Segebrecht 1963: 1032) and was subsequently embedded without a title in Die Serapions-Brüder, vol. 1 (1819) (Hoffmann 1819–1821/1963: 17).
  • “Das Fräulein von Scuderi [‘Mademoiselle Scudéry’]” (1819), a short story considered his masterpiece)[1]
  • Die Serapions-Brüder [‘The Serapion Brothers’] (1st and final ed., 4 vol., 1819–1821) First appeared [. . .] after which the Serapion Fraternity of writers in early 20th century Russia was to name itself
  • Vol. 1 (1819)
  • “Vorwort [‘Foreword’]” (1st and final ed., 1819)
  • “Erster Abschnitt [‘First Section’]”
  • “Der Einsiedler Serapion [‘The Hermit Serapion’]” (1819)
  • “Rat Krespel [‘Councilor Krespel’]” (1817)
  • “Die Fermate” (1815)
  • “Der Dichter und der Komponist” (1813)
  • “Zweiter Abschnitt [‘Second Section’]”
  • “Ein Fragment aus dem Leben dreier Freunde [‘A Fragment from the Life of Three Friends’]” (1818)
  • “Der Artushof [‘The Court of Arthur’]” (1816)
  • “Die Bergwerke zu Falun [‘The Mines of Falun’]” (1819)
  • “Nußknacker und Mausekönig [‘Nutcracker and Mouse King’]” (1816)
  • Vol. 2 (1819)
  • “Dritter Abschnitt [‘Third Section’]”
  • “Der Kampf der Sänger [‘The Contest of the Singers’]” (1818)
  • “Eine Spukgeschichte [‘A Ghost Story’]” (1819)
  • “Die Automate [‘The Automaton’]” (1814)
  • “Doge und Dogaresse [‘Doge and Dogaressa’]” (1818)
  • “Vierter Abschnitt [‘Fourth Section’]”
  • “Alte und neue Kirchenmusik [‘Old and New Church Music’]” (1814)
  • “Meister Martin der Küfner und seine Gesellen [‘Master Martin the Cooper and His Journeymen’]” (1818)
  • “Das fremde Kind [‘The Mysterious Child’]” (1817)
  • Vol. 3 (1820)
  • “Fünfter Abschnitt [‘Fifth Section’]”
  • “Nachricht aus dem Leben eines bekannten Mannes [‘News from the Life of a Well-Known Man’]” (1819)
  • “Die Brautwahl [‘The Bride Selection’]” (1819)
  • “Der unheimliche Gast [‘The Uncanny Guest’]” (1819)
  • “Sechster Abschnitt [‘Sixth Section’]”
  • “Das Fräulein von Scuderi” (1819)
  • “Spielerglück [‘Gambler's Luck’]” (1819)
  • “Der Baron von B. [‘The Baron of B.’]” (1819)
  • Vol. 4 (1821)
  • “Siebenter Abschnitt [‘Seventh Section’]”
  • “Signor Formica” (1819)
  • “Zacharias Werner” (1821)
  • “Erscheinungern [‘Manifestations’]” (1817)
  • “Achter Abschnitt [‘Eighth Section’]”
  • “Der Zusammenhang der Dinge [‘The Coherence of Things’]” (1820)
  • “Vampirismus [‘Vampirism’]” (1821)
  • “Die ästhetische Teegesellschaft [‘The Aesthetic Tea Society’]” (1821)
  • “Die Königsbraut [‘The King's Bride’]” (1821)
  • Lebensansichten des Katers Murr nebst fragmentarischer Biographie des Kapellmeisters Johannes Kreisler in zufälligen Makulaturblättern [‘The Life and Opinions of the Tomcat Murr with a Fragmentary Biography of the Music Director Johannes Kreisler in Accidentally Intermingled Pages’] (2 vol., 1819–1821, fragment)
  • Klein Zaches genannt Zinnober [‘Little Zaches, Called Cinnobar’] (1819)
  • 1820

  • “Die Irrungen: Fragment aus dem Leben eines Fantasten [‘The Errors: Fragment from the Life of a Fantast’]” (1820)
  • 1821

  • “Die Geheimnisse: Fortsetzung des Fragments aus dem Leben eines Fantasten, ‘Die Irrungen’ [‘The Secrets: Continuation of the Fragment from the Life of a Fantast, “The Errors”’]” (1821)
  • 1822

  • Meister Floh (1821)
  • 1825

  • Letzte Erzählungen (1821)
  • “Haimatochare”
  • “Die Marquise de la Pivardiere”
  • “Die Irrungen”
  • “Die Geheimnisse” (sequel to Die Irrungen)
  • “Der Elementargeist”
  • “Die Räuber”
  • “Die Doppeltgänger”
  • “Datura fastuosa”
  • “Meister Johannes Wacht”
  • “Des Vetters Eckfenster”
  • “Die Genesung”
  • Aus dem Nachlass:
  • “Neueste Schicksale eines abenteuerlichen Mannes”
  • “Der Feind”
  • References

    E. T. A. Hoffmann bibliography Wikipedia


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