Ignaz Brüll

Ignaz Brüll Music Recordings and Sheet Music

  • Born
    7th November 1846
  • Died
    17th September 1907
  • Birthplace
    Prostějov (Proßnitz) in Moravia

Ignaz Brüll was a Moravian born pianist and composer who lived and worked in Vienna. His operatic compositions included Das Goldene Kreuz (The Golden Cross), which became a repertory work for several decades after its first production in 1875, but eventually fell into neglect after being banned by the Nazis because of Brüll's Jewish origins. He also wrote a small corpus of finely crafted works for the concert hall and recitals. Brüll's compositional style was lively but unabashedly conservative, in the vein of Mendelssohn and Schumann.

Title Form Instrument Ratings
Ballade, Op.84 Ballade Piano
Piano Concerto No.1, Op.10 Concerto Piano and orchestra
Piano Concerto No.2, Op.24 Concerto Piano and orchestra
Violin Concerto, Op.41 Concerto Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra
Spanish Dance Dance Piano
3 Pieces for Violin and Piano, Op.90 Duet Solo Instrument and Piano
Duo für 2 Claviere, Op.64 Duet Chamber group
Tarantella, Op.6 Duet Chamber group
9 Etudes, Op.61 Etude Piano
7 Phantasiestücke, Op.8 Fantasy Piano
3 Intermezzi, Op.99 Intermezzi Orchestra
Berceuse Lullaby/Berceuse Piano
Champagner-Märchen, Op.54a March Piano
Das goldene Kreuz, Op.27 Opera / Operetta Voice(s) and Orchestra
Der Landfriede, Op.30 Opera / Operetta Voice(s) and Orchestra
Gringoire, Op.66 Opera / Operetta Voice(s) and Orchestra
Schach dem König, Op.70 Opera / Operetta Voice(s) and Orchestra
Im Walde, Op.25 Overture Orchestra
Macbeth, Op.46 Overture Orchestra
Ouverture pathétique, Op.98 Overture Orchestra