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Opus 1, No. 1
   is   
Piano Trio No. 1 in E Flat Major
1792-3; dedicated to Prince Karl Lichnowsky
Opus 1, No. 2
   is   
Piano Trio No. 2 in G Major
1792-4; dedicated to Prince Karl Lichnowsky
Opus 1, No. 3
   is   
Piano Trio No. 3 in C Minor
Later arranged for string quintet as op. 104
Opus 2, No. 1
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 1 in F Minor
Dedicated to Franz Joseph Haydn
Opus 2, No. 2
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 2 in A Major
1794-5
Opus 2, No. 3
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 3 in C Major
Dedicated to Franz Joseph Haydn
Opus 3
   is   
String Trio in E Flat Major
1794
Opus 4
   is   
String Quinted in E Flat Major
1795
Opus 5, No. 1
   is   
Sonata No. 1 for Piano and Cello in F Major
Dedicated to King Friedrich Wilhelm II of Prussia
Opus 5, No. 2
   is   
Sonata No. 2 for Piano and Cello in G Minor
1796
Opus 6
   is   
Sonata for Piano Duet in D Major
1796-7
Opus 7
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 4 in E Flat Major
Dedicated to Countess Barbara von Keglevics
Opus 8
   is   
Serenade for String Trio in D Major
Arranged later for piano and viola, op. 42
Opus 9, No. 1
   is   
String Trio in G Major
Dedicated to Count Johann Georg Browne
Opus 9, No. 2
   is   
String Trio in D Major
1797-8
Opus 9, No. 3
   is   
String Trio in C Minor
Opus 10, No. 1
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 5 in C Minor
Dedicated to Countess Anna Margarete Browne
Opus 10, No. 2
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 6 in F Major
Opus 10, No. 3
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 7 in D Major
1797-98
Opus 11
   is   
Trio for Piano, Clarinet or Violin, and Cello in B Flat Major
Dedicated to Countess Maria Wilhelmine von Thun
Opus 12, No. 1
   is   
Sonata No. 1 for Piano and Violin in D Major
Dedicated to Antonio Salieri
Opus 12, No. 2
   is   
Sonata No. 2 for Piano and Violin in A Major
1797-8
Opus 12, No. 3
   is   
Sonata No. 3 for Piano and Violin in E Flat Major
Dedicated to Antonio Salieri
Opus 13
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 8 in C Minor, "Pathetique"
Dedicated to Prince Karl Lichnowsky
Opus 14, No. 1
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 9 in E Major
Dedicated to Baroness Josephine von Braun
Opus 14, No. 2
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 10 in G Major
1799
Opus 15
   is   
Concerto No. 1 for Piano and Orchestra in C Major
Dedicated to Princess Barbara Odescalchi (née Keglevics)
Opus 16
   is   
Piano Quartet in E Flat Major
Arranged for piano, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon, also known as op. 16
Opus 17
   is   
Sonata for Piano and French Horn in F Major
Written with optional cello part; 1800
Opus 18, No. 1
   is   
String Quartet No. 1 in F Major
Dedicated to Prince Ferdinand Lobkowicz
Opus 18, No. 2
   is   
String Quartet No. 2 in G Major
1798-1800
Opus 18, No. 3
   is   
String Quartet No. 3 in D Major
All six quartets in Op. 18 dedicated to Prince Ferdinand Lobkowicz
Opus 18, No. 4
   is   
String Quartet No. 4 in C Minor
Opus 18, No. 5
   is   
String Quartet No. 5 in A Major
Opus 18, No. 6
   is   
String Quartet No. 6 in B Flat Major
Opus 19
   is   
Concerto No. 2 for Piano and Orchestra in B Flat Major
Dedicated to Carl Nicklas Edler von Nickelsberg
Opus 20
   is   
Septet for Bassoon, Clarinet, Horn, Violin, Viola and Cello
Also arranged for Piano Trio, op. 38
Opus 21
   is   
Symphony No. 1 in C Major
Dedicated to Baron Gottfried van Swieten
Opus 22
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 11 in B Flat Major
Count Johann Georg Browne
Opus 23
   is   
Sonata No. 4 for Piano & Violin in A Minor
Count Moritz von Fries
Opus 24
   is   
Sonata No. 5 for Piano & Violin in F Major (Spring)
Count Moritz von Fries
Opus 25
   is   
Serenade for Flute, Violin & Viola in D Major
Transcribed later for flute and piano, op. 41
Opus 26
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 12 in A Flat Major "Funeral March"
1800-01; Prince Karl Lichnowsky
Opus 27, No. 1
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 13 in A Flat Major
"Sonata quasi una Fantasia", for Princess von Lichtenstein
Opus 27, No. 2
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 14 in C Sharp Minor
The "Moonlight", named by Ludwig Rellstab
Opus 28
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 15 in D Major
The "Pastorale", 1801
Opus 29
   is   
String Quintet in C Major
For Count Moritz von Fries
Opus 30, No. 1
   is   
Sonata No. 6 for Piano and Violin in A Major
All three sonatas of the opus 30 were dedicated to Czar Alexandre I of Russia
Opus 30, No. 2
   is   
Sonata No. 7 for Piano and Violin in C Major
1801-2
Opus 30, No. 3
   is   
Sonata No. 8 for Piano and Violin in G Major
Opus 31, No. 1
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 16 in G Major
1802
Opus 31, No. 2
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 17 in D Minor
"Tempest"
Opus 31, No. 3
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 18 in E Flat Major
Opus 32
   is   
Song: "An Die Hoffnung"
1st setting, 2nd setting is op. 94
Opus 33
   is   
7 Bagatelles
Numbered consecutively as op. 33, no. 1, etc
Opus 34
   is   
6 Variations for Piano in F Major
For Princess Barbara Oldescalchi
Opus 35
   is   
15 Variations With Fugue for Piano in E Flat Major
Eroica variations, 1802
Opus 36
   is   
Symphony No. 2 in D Major
Opus 37
   is   
Concerto No. 3 for Piano and Orchestra in C Minor
Dedicated to Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia
Opus 38
   is   
Trio for Piano, Clarinet or Violin and Cello in E Flat Major
After the septet, op. 20
Opus 39
   is   
Prelude for Piano or Organ in C Major
Published as Opus 39, No. 1 and No. 2
Opus 40
   is   
Romance No. 1 for Violin and Orchestra in G Major
Opus 41
   is   
Serenade for Piano & Flute in D Major
After the Serenade, op. 25
Opus 42
   is   
Notturno for Piano & Viola in D Major
After op. 8
Opus 43
   is   
Ballet Music and Overture, "The Creatures of Prometheus"
For Princess Christiane Lichnowsky
Opus 44
   is   
14 Variations for Piano Trio in E Flat Major
Sketched in 1792, date of composition unknown
Opus 45, No. 1
   is   
March for Piano Duet in C Major
Dedicated to Princess Maria Esterházy
Opus 45, No. 2
   is   
March for Piano Duet in E Flat Major
1803
Opus 45, No. 3
   is   
March for Piano Duet in D Major
All three of these opus 45 marches dedicated to Princess Maria Esterházy
Opus 46
   is   
Song: "Adelaide"; "Einsam Wandelt Dein Freund"
Poem by Mathison
Opus 47
   is   
Sonata No. 9 for Piano and Violin in A Major
The Kreutzer sonata
Opus 48
   is   
Songs (opus No's 1-6)
Opus 49, No. 1
   is   
Easy Piano Sonata No. 19 in G Minor
Opus 49, No. 2
   is   
Easy Piano Sonata No. 20 in G Major
Opus 50
   is   
Romance No. 2 for Violin and Orchestra in F Major
Opus 51, No. 1
   is   
Rondo in C Major
Opus 51, No. 2
   is   
Rondo in G Major
Dedicated to Countess Henriette Lichnowsky
Opus 52
   is   
Songs (opus No's 1-8)
Opus 53
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 21 in C Major, "Waldstein"
1803-4; for Count Ferdinand Waldstein
Opus 54
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 22 in F Major
1804
Opus 55
   is   
Symphony No. 3 in E Flat Major, "Eroica"
Napoleon Bonaparte was the original didicatee but Beethoven later scratched his name out.
Opus 56
   is   
Concerto for Piano, Violin, Cello & Orchestra in C Major
Triple Concerto
Opus 57
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 23 in F Minor "Appassionata"
Count Anatol Brunsvik
Opus 58
   is   
Concerto No. 4 for Piano and Orchestra in G Major
Dedicated to Archduke Rudolph of Austria
Opus 59, No. 1
   is   
String Quartet No. 7 in F Major
The three quartets of op. 59 are known as the Razumowsky Quartets
Opus 59, No. 2
   is   
String Quartet No. 8 in E Minor
Dedicated to Count Andreas Kirillovich Razumowsky
Opus 59, No. 3
   is   
String Quartet No. 9 in C Major
1806
Opus 60
   is   
Symphony No. 4 in B Flat Minor
1806
Opus 61
   is   
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D Major
Opus 62
   is   
Overture "Coriolan"
1807
Opus 63
   is   
Piano Trio in E Flat Major
After the string quintet no. 4, arranged by someone else, possibly without Beethoven's approval
Opus 64
   is   
Sonata for Piano and Cello in E Flat Major
After the string trio, op. 3, possibly by someone else but some authorities think it is genuine
Opus 65
   is   
Scene and Aria: "Ah! Perfido"
For soprano and orchestra
Opus 66
   is   
12 Variations for Piano and Cello in F Major
After Mozart's The Magic Flute
Opus 67
   is   
Symphony No. 5 in C Minor
Possibly the most popular piece of classical music
Opus 68
   is   
Symphony No. 6 in F Major "Pastoral"
1807-8
Opus 69
   is   
Sonata No. 3 for Piano and Cello in A Major
Baron Ignaz von Gleichenstein
Opus 70, No. 1
   is   
Piano Trio in D Major "Ghost"
Opus 70, No. 2
   is   
Piano Trio in E Flat Major
Countess Anna Marie Erdödy
Opus 71
   is   
Sextet for Clarinets, Horns & Bassoons in E Flat Major
Opus 72
   is   
Opera: "Fidelio"
Three versions of the Leonora Overture and the Fidelio Overture, performed as independant pieces all use op. 72.
Opus 73
   is   
Concerto No. 5 for Piano & Orchestra "Emperor"
Archduke Rudolph of Austria
Opus 74
   is   
String Quartet No. 10 in E Flat Major
"Harp"
Opus 75, Nos. 1-3
   is   
Songs With Words by Goethe
Opus 75, Nos. 4-6
   is   
Songs from 1809
Opus 76
   is   
6 Variations for Piano in D Major
Used again in "The Ruins of Athens" op. 113
Opus 77
   is   
Fantasia for Piano in G Minor
For Count Anatol Brunsvik
Opus 78
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 24 in F Sharp Minor
"À Thérèse"; for Therese Brunsvik
Opus 79
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 25 in G Major
1809
Opus 80
   is   
Fantasia for Piano, Chorus & Orchestra in C Minor
For King Maximilian Joseph of Bavaria
Opus 81, No. 1
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 26 in E Flat Minor
"Les Adieux"; for Archduke Rudolph of Austria
Opus 81, No. 2
   is   
Sextet for Horns, Violins, Viola & Cello
Sometimes called op. 81b
Opus 82
   is   
Ariettas Nos. 1-4 and Duet, No. 5
Opus 83, Nos. 1-3
   is   
Songs from 1810
For Princess Caroline Kinsky
Opus 84
   is   
Overture in F Minor "Egmont"
Incidental music to Goethe's tragedy; also music for voice and orchestra
Opus 85
   is   
Oratorio: "Christ on the Mount of Olives"
Opus 86
   is   
Mass in C Major
1807; for Prince Ferdinand Kinsky
Opus 87
   is   
Trio for Oboes and English Horn in C Major
Opus 88
   is   
Song: "Vita Felice","Das Gluck Der Freundshaft"
Opus 89
   is   
Polonaise for Piano in C Major
Opus 90
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 27 in E Minor
1814; for Count Moritz Lichnowsky
Opus 91
   is   
Battle Symphony "Wellington's Victory"
Dedicated to Prince Regent (later King) George IV of England
Opus 92
   is   
Symphony No. 7 in A Major
Arrangements for piano (2 and 4 hands) and for two pianos for Elisabeth Alexiewna, Empress of Russia
Opus 93
   is   
Symphony No. 8 in F Major
Opus 94
   is   
Song: "To Hope"
2nd setting of this song, first is op. 32
Opus 95
   is   
String Quartet No. 11 in F Minor
Quartetto serioso; for Nikolaus Smeskall
Opus 96
   is   
Sonata No. 10 for Piano and Violin in G Major
Archduke Rudolph of Austria
Opus 97
   is   
Piano Trio in B Flat Major "Archduke"
For Archduke Rudolph of Austria
Opus 98
   is   
Song Cycle: "To the Distant Beloved"
Op. 98, no's 1-6; 1816
Opus 99
   is   
Song: "The Man of His Word"
Opus 100
   is   
Song: "Merkenstein"
Opus 101
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 28 in A Major
Dedicated to Baroness Dorothea von Ertmann
Opus 102, No. 1
   is   
Sonata No. 4 for Piano and Cello in C Major
Opus 102, No. 2
   is   
Sonata No. 5 for Piano and Cello in D Major
Both sonatas of opus 102 dedicated to Countess Anna Marie Erdödy
Opus 103
   is   
Octet for Oboes, Clarinets, Horns & Bassoons in E Flat Major
Revised in 1796 as String Quintet, op. 4
Opus 104
   is   
String Quintet in C Minor
After the Piano Trio, op. 1, no. 3
Opus 105
   is   
Variations for Piano & Flute or Violin (No's 1-6)
Opus 106
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 29 in B Flat Major "Hammerklavier"
"Here is something that will give pianists some hard work when it is played fifty years from now" -LvB
Opus 107
   is   
Variations for Piano & Flute or Violin (No's 1-10)
1818-9
Opus 108
   is   
Folksong Settings
Opus no's 1-25
Opus 109
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 30 in E Major
1820; for Maximiliane Brentano
Opus 110
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 31 in A Flat Major
Opus 111
   is   
Piano Sonata No. 32 in C Minor
1821-2
Opus 112
   is   
Cantata: "Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage"
Dedicated to Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Opus 113
   is   
Overture: "The Ruins of Athens"
Op. 113 also includes music for the drama for orchestra, chorus and solo voices.
Opus 114
   is   
March for Orchestra and Chorus
Opus 115
   is   
Overture in C Major "Name Day"
Opus 116
   is   
Trio for Soprano, Tenor, & Bass With Orchestra
Opus 117
   is   
Overture in E Flat Major "King Stephen"
Op. 117 also contains music for drama for orchestra, chorus and solo voices.
Opus 118
   is   
Choral Part-Song for Voice(s) and Instruments "Elegiac Song"
For the anniversary of the death of the wife of Baron Johann Baptiste von Pasqualati
Opus 119
   is   
11 Bagatelles for Piano
Opus no. 119, no's 1-11; some were started as early as 1794
Opus 120
   is   
33 Variations for Piano in C Major "Diabelli Variations"
Opus 121, No. 1
   is   
10 Variations for Piano Trio in G Major
From the song "I'm Cockatoo the Tailor"
Opus 121, No. 2
   is   
Choral Part-Song for Orchestra, Chorus & Solo Voices
Poem by Friedrich von Matthison
Opus 122
   is   
Song "Bundeslied" for 2 Solo Voices, Chorus & Wind Instruments
Words by Goethe
Opus 123
   is   
Mass in D Major "Missa Solemnis"
1819-1823; generally considered one of Beethoven's supreme achievements
Opus 124
   is   
Overture in C Major "Consecration of the House"
For Prince Nicolas Borissovich Galitzin
Opus 125
   is   
Symphony No. 9 in D Minor "Choral"
Uncontestably one of the greatest works of Western classical music
Opus 126
   is   
6 Bagatelles for Piano
Numbered consecutively as op. 126, no's 1-6, each written in a different key
Opus 127
   is   
String Quartet No. 12 in E Flat Major
The first in the grouping of quartets known as the late quartets
Opus 128
   is   
Arietta "The Kiss"
Words by C.F. Weiss
Opus 129
   is   
Rondo A Capriccio for Piano in G Major
"Rage Over a Lost Penny"; completed by an unknown editor, probably Diabelli
Opus 130
   is   
String Quartet No. 13 in B Flat Major
With alternate finale, original finale known as op. 133
Opus 131
   is   
String Quartet No. 14 in C Sharp Minor
1825-6
Opus 132
   is   
String Quartet No. 15 in A Minor
Opus 133
   is   
"Grosse Fugue" for String Quartet
Originally the last movement of op. 130
Opus 134
   is   
Fugue for Piano Duet
Grosse Fugue for Piano 4 Hands, after op. 133
Opus 135
   is   
String Quartet No. 16 in F Major
In which Beethoven asks the question, "Must it be?", and answers, "It must be."
Opus 136
   is   
Cantata "The Glorious Moment"
Opus 137
   is   
Fugue for String Quintet in G Major


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