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3. Theory.


Fux's Gradus ad Parnassum was published at imperial expense in 1725. The Latin original (fig.3) was followed by German, Italian, English and French translations in whole or in part between 1742 and 1773. The long history of influence exerted by the Gradus as a manual of composition (and not merely as a primer of strict counterpoint) has been documented by Alfred Mann (see Mann, D1987, and White, C1992, pp.57–71). It was used extensively by Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven for pedagogical purposes, and it was cited and adapted in formal composition treatises by Marpurg, Albrechtsberger, Cherubini, Bellerman, Haller, Schenker, Roth and Tittel (Der neue Gradus, 1959), among others. In brief, it is no exaggeration to state that Fux has played a decisive role in the formation of Western musical thought in so far as tonal practice and technique are concerned. Fux's Singfundament (c1705) is a vocal primer whose solmization exercises anticipate the studies in imitation in the Gradus itself. It, too, has had a place in the afterlife of Viennese composition (see Mann, in White, C1992).

The revival of Fux scholarship after World War II, especially through the research of Liess, Mann, Riedel, Flotzinger, Wessely, Seifert, and above all Federhofer, has brought about a renewal of interest in Fux's music (as against the abiding presence which the Gradus has enjoyed). The founding of a collected edition of Fux's works in 1955 and the production of genre studies on the operas (Van der Meer), the vespers (Gleissner) and the oratorios (White), in addition to a host of biographical, textual and source studies, recordings and conference proceedings, have helped to re-establish Fux as an important composer and to confirm his pre-eminence as a definitive figure in the late Austro-Italian Baroque.



Fux, Johann Joseph

4. Sources and catalogues.


The majority of Fux sources are in the Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Vienna. Other important locations are religious foundations and monasteries in Austria (including Melk Abbey, Heiligenkreuz and Kremsmünster), especially for Fux's liturgical and sacred dramatic music which was disseminated and copied for performance (at least in part) throughout Upper and Lower Austria. The Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Vienna, the Salzburg Mozarteum and the Stadtbibliothek in Vienna contain numerous sources, as do collections in Brno, Prague, Brussels, Meiningen and elsewhere. Few autographs survive, and the only works published during Fux's lifetime were the Concentus musico-instrumentalis (Nuremberg, 1701), the serenata Elisa (Amsterdam, 1719) and the Gradus ad Parnassum (Vienna, 1725). Most sources are scores and parts prepared by the imperial court copyists in Vienna and by other contemporaries. Gleissner (C1982) and Lederer (see White, C1992, pp.109–37) have done much to identify the hands of the imperial copyists, which might result in a more accurate dating of Fux's works than has been possible hitherto.

The seminal catalogue of works which Köchel provided as an appendix to his study of the composer (1872) is the basis for all subsequent source studies. Köchel's catalogue was arranged by genre (the chronology of Fux's music being exact only in the case of his operas and oratorios); substantial additions were made by Liess in 1947, by Federhofer in 1959 and by Federhofer and Riedel in 1964. Köchel's catalogue has been comprehensively revised by Thomas Hochradner, Martin Czernin and Géza-M. Vörösmarty, taking note of the many new attributions made by Fux scholars. Those made since 1980 include the oratorios S Geltrude (e59) and Ismaele (e60), now known to be by Carlo Agostino Badia (see Schnitzler, B1995), and the Exempla dissonantarium ligaturum et non ligaturum, which is an arrangement of material from the Musico prattico of G.M. Bononcini (i). A number of works mistakenly attributed by Köchel, including k144, 145, 157, 232 and 246, have been found by Flotzinger (Fux-Studien, A1985) to be the work of Vinzenz Fux (c1606–59), a musician in the service of the Empress Eleonora (wife of Ferdinand III) in Vienna. Among other works formerly credited to Fux are some by Corelli, Palestrina, Legrenzi and Telemann.



Fux, Johann Joseph

WORKS


Edition: Johann Joseph Fux: Sämtliche Werke, ed. H. Federhofer and O. Wessely, Johann-Joseph-Fux-Gesellschaft, 8 ser. (Graz and Kassel, 1959–) [F]

Catalogue: T. Hochradner, M. Czernin and G.-M. Vörösmarty: Johann Joseph Fux: thematisches Verzeichnis der musikalischen Werke (forthcoming)



The main numbering follows that of the catalogue by Hochradner, Czernin and Vörösmarty; numbers prefixed k are taken from Köchel (1872); prefixed l from Liess (1947); and prefixed e from Federhofer (1959) and Federhofer and Riedel (1964).

masses, I/i

requiems, I/ii

litanies and sub tuum praesidium settings, I/iii

vesper settings, I/iv

compline settings, I/v

te deum, I/vi

motets, graduals and offertories, I/vii

miserere, I/viii

marian antiphons, I/ix

hymns, I/x

sequences, I/xi

introits, I/xii

communion hymns, I/xiii

german sacred songs, I/xiv

other sacred, I/xv

oratorios and sepolcri, II/i

operas, II/ii

instrumental, III/i–iv

keyboard, III/v

canons, III/vi

theoretical works, IV

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

masses, I/i


1, S Carlo (Messa canonica), C, SATB, k7; 2, Rorate, C, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e5; 3, C, SATB, 2 vn, 2 va, bc, e3; 4, C, SATB, 2 ob, 2 vn, va, bc, e15; 5, S Ioannis Nepomucensis, C, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k34a; 6, C, SATB, 2 tpt, timp, 2 vn, bc, k46; 7, Missa solennis, C, SATB, 2 tpt, timp, 2 vn, bc, e157; 8, C, SATB, 2 tpt, timp, 2 vn, bc (Ky, Gl only); 9, Majestatis, C, SATB, 2 tpt, 2 vn, bc, e72, lost; 10, S Norberti, C, SATB, 2 tpt, timp, 2 vn, bc, e71, lost; 11, C, ?SATB, 2 tpt, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e139, lost; 12, C, SATB, 2 tpt, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k45; 13, S Fidelii, C, SATB, 2 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e13; 14, S Michaelis/Ariosa, C, SATB, 2 tpt, 2 trbn, 2 vn, 2 va, bc, k2, k36, l20; 15, S Ignatii, C, SATB, 2 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, 2 va, bc, l4; 16, S Conradi Episcopi, C, SATB, 4 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e153

17, S Leopoldi, C, S, A, T, B, SA, 2 tpt, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e7; 18, Ne intres in iudicium, C, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k21; 19, Corporis Christi, C, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 tpt, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k10, F I/i; 20, Primitiva, C, S, A, T, B, SATB, 4 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k26; 21, Sancti Spiritus, C, S, A, T, B, SATB, 4 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k38; 22, Brevis solennitatis, C, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 4 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k5, F I/iii; 23, Messe, C, 2 S, 2 A, 2 T, 2 B, SATB, cornett, 2 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k47; 24, C, lost; 25, Lachrymantis Virginis (Klosterneuburger Messe), c, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e12, F I/ii; 26, Fuge perversum mundum, c, 2 S, 2 A, 2 T, 2 B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k16

27, Purificationis/Conceptionis, D, SATB, 2 trbn, bc, k28; 28, Neutralis, D, SATB, 2 vn, bc; 29, Fortitudinis, D, SATB, 2 vn, bc, l2; 30, S Mathiae/Bonae famae, D, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k48; 31, S Josephi, D, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k35; 32, SS Trinitatis, D, SATB, SATB, 3 trbn, 2 vn, 3 va, bc, e113; 33, S Dionysii, D, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 tpt, 2 vn, 2 va, bc, l3; 34, Quadragesimalis, d, SATB, k29; 35, d, lost; 36, d, SATB, 2 vn, bc, l11; 37, S Dominici, d, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e10; 38, S Remigii, d, SATB, 2 vn, bc; 39, d, SATB, 2 vn, bc; 40, Fiduciae, d, SATB, 2 vn, 2 va, bc, k15; 41, d, SATB, 2 trbn, violetta, bc, e6; 42, S Evermodi, d, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, l10; 43, S Ludmillae/S Arnoldi, d, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 vn, bc, l9

44, S Sebasti[a]ni, d, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 vn, 2 va, bc (2nd version SATB, 2 vn, bc), l5; 45, Humilitatis, d, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k17, F I/vii; 46, Post modicum non videbitis me, d, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k23; 47, Quid transitoria, d, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k30; 48, S Thomae, e Phrygian, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k39; 49, Confidentiae, e, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 vn, [bc], k8; 50, Una ex duodecim, e, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k42; 51, Septem dolorum Beatae Mariae Virginis, E, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e11; 52, Temperantiae, E, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e73; 53, Vicissitudinis, F, SSATB, bc, k44,l14, l22; 54, Non erit in mora, F, SATB, 2 vn, bc, k39; 55, F, SATB, 2 vn, va, bc, l17

56, F, SATB, violetta, 2 vn, bc, e4; 57, Simplicis intentionis, F, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k49; 58, F, ?SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e138, lost; 59, Matutina, F, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, violetta, va, bc, k20; 60, Credo in unum Deum, F, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k11; 61, In fletu solatium, F, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k18; 62, S Bartholomaei, F, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e8; 63, Benjamin, F, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k3; 64, Brevium ultima, F, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k6; 65, Tempus volat, F, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k41; 66, S Joannis, F, SATB Soli/Tutti, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, 3 va, bc, k34; 67, G Mixolydian, SATB, 2 vn, bc, l1, lost; 68, Momentaneum, G, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e74, lost

69, S Ambrosii, G, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e152; 70, Pro gratiarum actione, G, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k27, F I/iv; 71, Velociter currit, G, SATB, 3 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k43; 72, Bonae spei, G, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k4; 73, Dies mei sicut umbra, G, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k12; 74, Temperantiae, G, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k40; 75, Audient mansueti, g, SATB, 2 vn, bc, l13; 76, Charitatis/Refrigerii, g, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, l12,l16; 77, Ipse reget nos in saecula, g, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, l15; 78, Ferventis orationis, g, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k14; 79, Preces tibi Domine, g, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k24; 80, Reconvalescentiae, g, S, S, A, T, B, SSATB, 2 cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k31

81, Non avertas faciem tuam, A, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e9; 82, A, SSATB, 2 vn, bc, e2; 83, A, ?SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e137, lost; 84, Lingua mea calamus scribae velociter scribentis, a, SATB, 2 vn, bc, k19; 85, a, SATB, 2 trbn, violetta, 2 va, bc, l23; 86, Constantiae, a, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, 2 va, basso di viola, bc, k9; 87, a, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e1; 88, S Aloysii, a, SATB, 2 vn, 2 va, bc, l7; 89, S Caroli, a, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k33; 90, S Josephi, a, S, A, T, T, B, SATTB, 2 vn, 2 va, bc, l8; 91, S Philippi Neri, B, SATB, 2 vn, bc, l6; 92, Divinae gratiae, B, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k13; 93, Precum/Conceptionis, B, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k25, k50; 94, S Antonii de Padua, B, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k32, l21; 95, B ?SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e136, lost

 

Mass sections: 1, Cum Sancto Spiritu, d, SSATB; 2, Credo, Sanctus, Benedictus, Agnus Dei, SSATB, 2 vn, bc, l25; 3, Dona nobis pacem, F, SATB, bc, k236; 4, Kyrie, B, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e18

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

requiems, I/ii


1, C, ?SSATB, 4 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, 2 va, bc, lost; 2, C, SATB, 4 tpt, timp, 4 va, bc, lost; 3, C, SSATB, 2 cornett/va, 2 tpt, 2 trbn, bc, e16; 4, c, SATB, 3 trbn, 4 va, bc, l30, lost; 5, c, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 tpt, 2 trbn, 4 va, bc, k56, k57; 6, c, SSATB, 2 ob, 2 trbn, 2 vn/va, 2 va, bc, l24, l28, e17; 7, ‘Kaiserrequiem’, c, S, S, A, T, B, SSATB, 2 cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, 1720, k51–3, F I/vi; 8, E, ?SATB, 2 tpt, 2 vn/2 va, bc, e140, lost; 9, F, ?1697, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 violetta, bc, k55, F I/v

 

Requiem sections: 1, Libera me, g, SATB, bc, k54; 2, Libera me, g, SATB, bc (2 versions), e150; 3, Sanctus, Benedictus, Agnus Dei, Lux aeterna, S, S, A, T, B, SSATB, 2 cornett, 3 trbn, 4 va, bc, l18

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

litanies and sub tuum praesidium settings, I/iii


Litanies: 1, C, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, violetta, 2 va, bc, k118; 2, Mater divinae gratiae, C, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 tpt, timp, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k122, F II/iv; 3, Sancti Dei genitrix, C, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 tpt, timp, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k120, F II/iv; 4, Sancta Maria, C, S, S, A, T, B, SSATB, 2 tpt, timp, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k121, F II/iv; 5, Mater inviolata, c, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k125; 6, D, SATB, unison vns, bc, k119; 7, d, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e86, e103; 8, Mater Salvatoris, d, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k123; 9, e, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e87

10, E, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e141, lost; 11, F, SATB, violetta, bc, e35; 12, F, SATB, 2 va, bc, e156; 13, F, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, l50; 14, F, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e129, lost; 15, G, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e31; 16, G, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e142, lost; 17, g, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e34; 18, a, SATB, 2 va, bc, e32; 19, a, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc; 20, a, SSATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e30; 21, a, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k115; 22, a, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 tpt, timp, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k116; 23, B, SATB, 2 va, bc, e33; 24, Mater admirabilis, B, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k124; 25, B, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k117

 

Sub tuum praesidium: 26–37, C, c, D, e, E, F, G, g, A, a, B, h, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e36

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

vesper settings, I/iv


1, C, SATB, 2 vn, bc; 2, C, SATB, 2 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e24; 3, C, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k59; 4, c, ? SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e144, lost; 5, d, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k69; 6, d, ? SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e146, lost; 7, d, SSATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e20; 8, d, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k60, k71, k78, e27; 9, E, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e19; 10, F, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e102; 11, F, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k61; 12, F, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k65, k106, k114; 13, F, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k67

14, G, ? SATB, bc, e133, lost; 15, G, ? SATB, bc (inc.); 16, G, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e22; 17, G, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k66, k73, k96, k103, k111; 18, G, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k77, k93, k243; 19, g, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k62; 20, a, ? SATB, bc, e134, lost; 21, a, S, A, T, B, SATB, k68, k95, k108, k135, k136, k227, k230, k233; 22, B, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e21; 23, B, ? SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e145, lost; 24, ?B, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e84, lost; 25, B, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k58

 

Grouped items: 1, Beatus vir, Laudate pueri, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k82; 2, Confitebor, Beatus vir, Laudate pueri, Laudate Dominum, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k63; 3, Confitebor, Beatus vir, Laudate pueri, Laudate Dominum, SATB, 2 vn, 2 va, bc, k64; 4, Dixit Dominus, Confitebor, S A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k76; 5, Laudate Dominum, Magnificat, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k94, F II/iii

 

Single items: 1, Beatus vir, D, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k80; 2, Beatus vir, G, ?S, trbn, 2 vn, bc, l48, lost; 3, Beatus vir, G, SSATB, 2 vn, bc, k83; 4, Beatus vir, g, SAB, 2 vn, va, bc, k81; 5, Confitebor, d, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k79; 6, Credidi, a, 2vv, bc, lost; 7, Credidi, a, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k231; 8, De profundis clamavi, c, SATB, lost; 9, De profundis clamavi, d, SATB, l39; 10, Deus in adiutorium meum, d, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e154; 11, Dixit Dominus, C, SATB, 2 tpt, 2 tpt, timp, 2 vn, bc, e85; 12, Dixit Dominus, C, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 tpt, 2 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k70; 13, Dixit Dominus, C, S, A, T, T, B, B, SATB, cornett, 4, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k75

14, Dixit Dominus, G, S, S, A, A, T, T, B, B, SSATB, 2 cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k72; 15, Dixit Dominus, g, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k74; 16, Domine probasti me, g, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k234; 17, In convertendo Dominus, c, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k242; 18, In exitu Israel, e, SATB, 2 vn, 2 va, bc; 19, Laetatus sum, C, SSAATTBB, 2 vn, va, bc, k105; 20, Laetatus sum, F, e135, lost; 21, Laetatus sum, G, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k102; 22, Laetatus sum, G, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2vn, va, bc, k104; 23, Lauda Ierusalem, F, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k113; 24, Lauda Ierusalem, B, ? SATB, bc, lost; 25, Lauda Ierusalem, B, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, vc, bc, k112

26, Laudate Dominum, C, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e29, F II/iii; 27, Laudate Dominum, C, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc,k91, F II/iii; 28, Laudate Dominum, D, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k92, F II/iii; 29, Laudate pueri, D, AT, 2 vn, bc, k85; 30, Laudate pueri, D, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k86; 31, Laudate pueri, d, SA, 2 vn, bc, e28; 32, Laudate pueri, F, B, 2 vn, va, bc, k84; 33, Laudate pueri, F, ? SB, 2 vn, bc, e147, lost; 34, Laudate pueri, F, ? SATB, lost; 35, Laudate pueri, F, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k87; 36, Laudate pueri, G, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k88; 37, Laudate pueri, g, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e155

38, Laudate pueri, g, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k89; 39, Laudate pueri, B, S, 2 vn, bc, e25; 40, Magnificat, C, SATB, 2 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc; 41, Magnificat, C, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k97, F II/iii; 42, Magnificat, C, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 tpt, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, vc, bc, k98; 43, Magnificat, C, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 tpt, 2 trbn, 2 vn, 3 va, bc, k99; 44, Magnificat, d, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k100; 45, Magnificat, F, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 va, bc, k101; 46, Nisi Dominus, d, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k109; 47, Nisi Dominus, e Phrygian, SATB, bc, k110; 48, Nisi Dominus, A, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k107

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

compline settings, I/v


1, e, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k130–34; 2, F, S, A, T, B, SATB, k129; 3, G Mixolydian, SATB, k127; 4, G, SSATTB, bc, k126; 5, G, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k128

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

te deum, I/vi


1, C, SATTB, k272; 2, C, S, A, T, B, 2 tpt, timp, 2 vn, 2 va/trbn, bc, l34; 3, C, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 4 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, vc, bc, 1723, k270, F II/ii; 4, C, S, S, A, T, B, SSATB, 2 cornett, 4 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, 2 va, basso di viola, bc, 1704, k271; 5, C, SATB, cornett, 2 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, 1706, e37, F II/i; 6, C, S, S, A, A, T, T, B, B, SSAATTBB, 2 ob/cornett, 2 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, l35

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

motets, graduals and offertories, I/vii


1, Accurite populi, SATB, 2 vn, 3 va, bc, lost; 2, Ad arma, B, 2 vn, va, vc, bc, e97; 3, Ad astra non negate, T, 2 vn, va, bc, l40; 4, Ad gaudia, ad festa, S, 2 vn, va, bc, lost; 5, Ad te Domine levavi, d, SATB,k153; 6, Ad te Domine levavi, a, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e107; 7, Aeterna rerum, ?3vv, lost; 8, Alleluia, SATB, 2 tpt, 2 vn, bc, e77, lost; 9, Angelis suis, SATB, k143; 10, Angelorum imperatrix, lost; 11, Ave Maria, SATB, k151; 12, Ave maris stella, e131, lost; 13, Ave mundi spes, SAT, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k171; 14, Ave o puerpera, SAT, 2 vn, bc, k172; 15, Ave pia stella maris, S, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k173, F III/i; 16, Ave salus mundi, SATB, bc, k163, F III/iii; 17, Bellae rosae, lost; 18, Benedicam Dominum, C, 2 vn, va, bc, lost; 19, Benedicta quae lilium es, SS, 2 vn, bc, k174; 20, Benedixisti Domine, SATB, k150

21, Celebremus cum gaudio, S, T, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k181; 22, Christe, fili summi patris, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k175, F III/iii; 23, Coelum gaude, SATBB, 7 tpt, timp, 2 vn, bc; 24, Coelum plaude, ? S, bc, lost; 25, Coelum plaude, SSATB, 2 vn, va, bc, l44, F III/iv; 26, Commendare, lost; 27, Concussum est mare, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k177, F III/iii; 28, Confitamini Domino, ? SSA, bc, lost; 29, Confitebor, B, 2 vn, bc, e56; 30, Cuius vita, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e79, lost; 31, Deus in adiutorium meum, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e99, F III/iv; 32, Deus tu convertens, SATB, k149; 33, Domine fac mecum misericordiam, SATB, k155; 34, Domine in auxilium meum, SATB, k154; 35, Ecce clara fulget, SB, 2 vn, bc, e57; 36, Ecce sacerdos magnus, TB, 2 vn, bc, k166; 37, Eia gaude, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e81, lost; 38, Eia gentes, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e143, lost; 39, Eius plore, lost; 40, Esto custos cordis, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, lost

41, Estote fortes, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 3 va, bc, k159, F III/iii; 42, Esto tutrix, lost; 43, Et mane videbitis, SATB, k142; 44, Excita potentiam, SATB, k140; 45, Ex Sion species decoris eius, SATB, bc, k139; 46, Exurge Domine, SATB, e40; 47, Fideles animae, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e75, lost; 48, Flammis cor …, e132, lost; 49, Gaude et jubila, ? S, bc, lost; 50, Gaude Maria, B, 2 vn, va, bc, lost; 51, Gaudia et plausus date, ? S, bc, lost; 52, Gemma decens, lost; 53, Gloria tua est Domine, SATB, 2 tpt, timp, 2 vn, bc, e98, F III/iv; 54, Gratulemur in hac die, S, SATB, 2 tpt, 2 vn, bc, k162, F III/i; 55, Huc terra gigantes, SATB, 2 tpt, 2 vn, va, bc,l43, F III/iv; 56, In omnem, SATB, 2 vn, bc, e78, lost; 57, Intende voci orationis meae, SATB, k156; 58, Iste est sanctus, SAT, bc, k180; 59, Iste sanctus pro lege Dei, ATB, bc, k178; 60, Isti, qui amicti sunt, T, 2 vn, bc, k182

61, Jubilate, SATB, 2 tpt, 2 vn, bc, e46; 62, Justitiae Domini, SATB, e44; 63, Justum deduxit, SATB, bc, k179, F III/iii; 64, Laetare, T, 2 vn, bc, e80, F III/i; 65, Laetatus sum, SATB, e41; 66, Laudate Dominum, SATB, 2 vn, va, bc, e158; 67, Lingua mea, T, B, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k161; 68, Lux perpetua, SATB, 2 vn, va, bc,l29; 69, Me habite excusatis, lost; 70, Mundi luxus, lost; 71, Non confundentur Domine, SATB, k137; 72, O admirabile commercium, SATB, 3 trbn, 2 vn, bc, l33; 73, O coeli, S, A, T, B, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e83; 74, O cunctarum, lost; 75, Odorosae, charae rosae, AT, 2 vn, bc, e45; 76, O flos!, C, 2 vn, va, bc, lost; 77, O ignis coelestis, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k170, F III/iii; 78, O Maria mater lucis, S, 2 vn, va, bc, e106; 79, O mi Jesu, SATB, 2 tpt, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, lost; 80, Omnibus qui invocant eum, SATB, cornett, 2 tpt, 2 trbn, 2 vn, 3 va, bc, k141

81, Omnis terra adoret te Deus, SSATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k183, F III/iv; 82, O panis, o caro, T, ?insts, bc, lost; 83, Oravi, SATB, 3 trbn, unison vns, bc, e105, F III/iv; 84, O sancta benedicta, SS, 2 vn, bc; 85, O sancte, SATB, 2 tpt, 2 tpt, timp, 2 vn, bc, e100, F III/iv; 86, O ter fortunata, S, fl, 2 vn, bc, l47, lost; 87, O vos omnes, B, 2 vn, bc, lost; 88, Pia mater, fons amoris, S, 2 vn, bc, k176, F III/i; 89, Plaudite Deo nostro, S, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k167, F III/i; 90, Plaudite, sonat tuba, T, tpt, 2 vn, va, bc, k165; 91, Ponis nubem ascensum, SST, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k169; 92, Preciosa mors sanctorum, SATB, bc, e55; 93, Propter Evam, lost; 94, Quae est ista, B, 2 vn, va, bc, l41; 95, Quare Domine irasceris, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, lost; 96, Quem terra pontus sidera, SATB, 2 tpt, 2 vn, va, bc; 97, Quis est iste, S, S, A, T, B, ATB, 2 tpt, 2 vn, 2 va, bc, e101, F III/iv; 98, Quis est hic, SSATB, 2 vn, 3 va, bc, lost; 99, Quod capis, e130, lost; 100, Regem cui, SATBB (incl. Sicut cervus by Palestrina)

101, Reges Tharsis, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k168, F III/iii; 102, Reparatrix, lost; 103, Requiem aeternam (grad), F, SATB, 3 trbn, violetta, bc, k146; 104, Requiem aeternam (grad), a, SATB, k147; 105, Sacris solennis juncta, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k160, F III/iii; 106, Salve Maria, ? S, 2 vn, bc, lost; 107, Salve mater divina, B, 2 vn, va, bc, l42; 108, Sancti Dei, S, A, T, B, 3vv, 2 vn, bc, lost; 109, Surgat auster, B, ?insts, bc, lost; 110, Tollite portas, SATB, k152; 111, Tuba laetum, ? A, tpt, bc, lost; 112, Veritas mea, SATB, 2 vn, va, bc, l32; 113, Voces laetae, B, 2 vn, va, bc, e58; 114, ? De nomine Jesu, motet, B, 2 vn, bc, e76, lost; 115, ? De dedicatione, off, S, B, 4 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e82, lost; 116, ? Aria, ?S, ?insts, bc, e149, lost

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

miserere, I/viii


1, c, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, lost; 2, c, SATB, 2 ob, 2 vn, va, bc, k148; 3, d, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, lost; 4, g, S, S, A, T, B, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e43; 5, a, SSATB, 2 vn, bc, e42; 6, a, ? SSATB, 2 vn, va, bc, lost

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

marian antiphons, I/ix


21 Alma Redemptoris mater: 1, C, SATB, bc, e51; 2, c, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k200; 3, d, ATB, bc, k197; 4, e, A, 2 vn, bc, k188; 5, e, SAT, bc, k195; 6, F, SA, bc, k192; 7, F, SA, bc, l46, lost (?=no.6); 8, F, SA, 2 vn, bc, k193; 9, F, SST, bc, k198; 10, F, SATB, bc, k202; 11, F, SATB, 2 va, bc, k201; 12, g, T, 2 vn, bc, k189; 13, g, SAB, 2 vn, bc, k196; 14, A, S, 2 vn, bc, k185, F III/i; 15, a, SS, bc, k191, F III/ii; 16, a, SSAT, bc, k199; 17, B, S, trbn, 2 vn, bc, k186; 18, B, S, 2 vn, bc, k187, F III/i; 19, B, B, 2vn, bc; 20, B, STB, 2 vn, bc, k194; 21, b, B, 2 vn, bc, k190

 

22 Ave regina: 22, C, SS, 2 vn, bc, k210, F III/ii; 23, C, ATB, bc, k217; 24, C, ATB, bc, k214; 25, C, SATB, k221; 26, c, S, bc, k206, F III/i; 27, d, SAT, bc, k216; 28, d, SATB, k222; 29, E, SA, bc, k213; 30, e, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k223; 31, F, S, 2 vn, bc, k207, F III/i; 32, F, S, 2 vn, va, bc, k208, F III/i; 33, F, SS, bc, k211, F III/ii; 34, F, SAT, bc, k215; 35, F, SATB, k224; 36, G, SATB, bc, k225; 37, g, SS, bc, k212, F III/ii; 38, g, SATB, k219; 39, g, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k226; 40, A, SS, bc, k209, F III/ii; 41, a, SATB, bc, k218; 42, B, S, 2 vn, bc, k205, F III/i; 43, B, SATB, bc, k220

 

9 Regina coeli: 44, C, S, tpt, bc, e90, lost; 45, C, SATB, 2 trbn, violetta, bc, e50; 46, D, A, 2 vn, bc, e104; 47, F, SATB, 2 va, bc, l45; 48, G, A, 3 vn, bc, e88, lost; 49, G, SATB, bc, lost; 50, A, SATB, 2 vn, bc; 51, B, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, e89; 52, B, SATB, violetta, 2 va, bc, k256

 

17 Salve regina: 53, C, ?SATB, e148, lost; 54, C, SATB, 2 vn, bc,e47; 55, D, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k264; 56, E S, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k259, l36; 57, F, SAT, ?insts, k262, lost; 58, F, SATB, violetta, va, bc, l49; 59, F, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k265; 60, g Dorian, SAT, bc, k261; 61, G, SAT, bc, k260; 62, g, B, bn, 2 vn, bc,e48; 63, g, SS, bc, k257, F III/ii; 64, g, SATB, 2 vn, bc; 65, g, SATB, 2 violetta, bc, e49; 66, g, SATB, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, l37; 67, a, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k263; 68, B, SSA, bc, k258; 69, B, S, S, A, T, B, SSATB, cornett, bn, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k266

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

hymns, I/x


1, A solis ortus, SATB, k203, k228–9, k235, k237–40; 2, Decora lux, 2vv, bc, lost; 3, Iam sol recedit, SATB, bc, k245; 4, Lucis creator, SATB, bc, k247; 5, Omni die dic Mariae, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k244, k248–52, k254, k274, k277–8; 6, Pange lingua, SATB, lost; 7, Veni creator, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, violetta, va, bc, k275; 8, [title unknown], ?S, ?insts, bc, lost

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

sequences, I/xi


1, Stabat mater, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k267–8; 2, Victimae Paschali, S, A, T, B, SATB, cornett, 3 tpt, timp, 2 trbn, 2 vn, bc, k276

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

introits, I/xii


1, Cantate Domino, SATB, violetta, va, bc, k283; 2, In civitate Dei, SATB, 3 va, bc, e38; 3, In justitia tua, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 vn, va, bc, k282; 4, Laudate pueri, SATB, violetta, va, bc, e39; 5, Polluerunt templum, SATB, bc, k253

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

communion hymns, I/xiii


1, Dicite pusillanimes, SATB, k286; 2, Dominus dabit, SATB, k285; 3, Ecce virgo concipiet, SATB, k287; 4, Revelabitur gloria Domini, SATB, k284

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

german sacred songs, I/xiv


all lost

1, Frohlocke, mein Gemüt; 2, O christliches Herz; 3, O irriges Schaf, erwäg dein Tun; 4, O Jesu, du mein Vergnügen; 5, O Pein, o Reue

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

other sacred, I/xv


1, Lettioni da morto, S, A, T, T, B, SATB, cornett, 2 trbn, 2 va, bc, k288; 2, Mysteria gaudiosa, SATB, 2 vn, bc, k289; 3, Pastorella, SATB, tuba pastorica, 2 vn, 2 va, bc; 4, Domine ne in furore tuo, S, bc

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

oratorios and sepolcri, II/i


first performed in the Hofburgkapelle, Vienna

1

Santa Dimpna, Infanta d'Irlanda (G.A. Lorenzani), April 1702, only pt 2 extant; k300a

2

La Regina Saba (P.M. Ruggieri), April 1705; e96

3

La fede sacrilega nella morte del precursor S Giovanni Battista (P. Pariati), March 1714; k291, F IV/i

4

La donna forte nella madre de' sette Maccabei (Pariati), 4 April 1715; k292, F IV/ii

5

Il trionfo della fede (B. Maddali), 5 March 1716; k294, F IV/iii

6

Il fonte della salute aperto dalla grazia nel Calvario (Pariati), 10 April 1716; k293

7

Il disfacimento di Sisara, 18 Feb 1717; k295

8

Cristo nell'orto (Pariati), 12 April 1718; k296

9

Gesù Cristo negato da Pietro (Pariati), 7 April 1719;k297

10

La cena del Signore (Pariati), 26 March 1720; k298

11

Il testamento di nostro Signor Gesù Cristo sul Calvario (Pariati), 16 April 1726; k299

12

La deposizione dalla Croce di Gesù Cristo Salvator nostro (G.C. Pasquini), 23 March 1728; k299

13

Oratorium germanicum de Passione Domini, ?1731; e61, lost

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

operas, II/ii


in one act with licenza unless otherwise stated; first given in Vienna, Hofburg, unless otherwise stated

1

Il fato monarchico (festa teatrale), 16 Feb 1700; e95, lost

2

Neo-exoriens Phosphorus (Latin school drama, 3, licenza), Melk, 18 July 1701; lost

3

[title unknown] (comedy), Wiener Neustadt, 1702; lost

4

L'offendere per amare, overo La Telesilla (dramma per musica, 3, licenza, D. Cupeda), 25 June 1702; k302, lost

5

La clemenza d'Augusto (poemetto drammatico, P.A. Bernardoni), 15 Nov 1702; k301, lost

6

Julo Ascanio, re d'Alba (poemetto drammatico, Bernardoni), 19 March 1708; k304, F V/i

7

Pulcheria (poemetto drammatico, Bernardoni), Vienna, Favorita, 21 June 1708; k303, F V/ii

8

Il mese di Marzo consacrato a Marte (componimento per musica, S. Stampiglia), 19 March 1709; k306

9

Gli ossequi della notte (componimento per musica, Cupeda), Vienna, Favorita, 15 July 1709; k305, F V/iii

10

La decima fatica d'Ercole, ovvero La sconfitta di Gerione in Spagna (componimento pastorale eroico, G.B. Ancioni), Vienna, Favorita, 1 Oct 1710; k307, F V/v

11

Dafne in Lauro (componimento per camera, Pariati), 1 Oct 1714;k308

12

Orfeo ed Euridice (componimento da camera per musica, Pariati), Vienna, Favorita, 1 Oct 1715; k309

13

Angelica vincitrice di Alcina (festa teatrale, 3, licenza, Pariati), Vienna, Favorita, 14 Sept 1716; k310

14

Teodosio ed Eudossa [Act 1] (dramma per musica, 3, after V. Grimani), Wolfenbüttel, 1716; as Teodosio, Hamburg, 1718; e151, lost, collab. A. Caldara and F. Gasparini

15

Diana placata (festa teatrale per musica, Pariati), 19 Nov 1717; k311

16

Elisa (componimento teatrale per musica, 2, licenza, Pariati), Vienna, Favorita, 28 Aug 1719 (Amsterdam, 1719); k312

17

Psiche (componimento da camera per musica, A. Zeno), 19 Nov 1720; k313

18

Le nozze di Aurora (festa teatrale per musica, prol, 1, licenza, Pariati), Vienna, Favorita, 6 Oct 1722; k314

19

Costanza e Fortezza (festa teatrale per musica, 3, licenza, Pariati), Prague, Hradschin, 28 Aug 1723, ed. in DTÖ, xxxiv–xxxv, Jg.xvii (1910/R); k315

20

Giunone placata (festa teatrale per musica, I. Zanelli, 19 Nov 1725; k316

21

La corona d'Arianna (festa teatrale per musica, Pariati), Vienna, Favorita, 28 Aug 1726; k317

22

Enea negli Elisi, ovvero Il tempio dell'Eternità (festa teatrale per musica, P. Metastasio), Vienna, Favorita, 28 Aug 1731; k318

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

instrumental, III/i–iv


Edition:Concentus musico-instrumentalis (Nuremberg, 1701), ed. H. Rietsch, DTÖ, xlvii, Jg.xxiii/2 (1916) [R]

III/i: 53 trio sonatas, 2 vn, bc (8 lost), k336, k338–42, k349, k360–93, k395–7, l53, e66, e69, e92, 10 ed. in F VI/iii; 1 sonata, va da gamba, bc

III/ii: 12 sonatas: 1, D, 2 vn, va, bc, k349; 2, d, 2 vn, trbn, bc, e68; 3, e, 2 vn, va, bc, e93, lost; 4, F, 2 solo vn, 2 vn, va, bc, k348; 5, G, 2 vn, va, bc, k343; 6, g, cornett, trbn, vn, bc, k347; 7, g, 2 vn, va, org, e91, lost; 8, g, 2 vn, va, org, lost; 9, A, 2 vn, violetta, bc, k350; 10, a, 2 vn, va, bc, k346; 11, B, 3 solo vn, 2 vn, va, bc, k344, k394; 12, vn piccolo, 2 vn, va, bc, lost

III/iii: 12 partitas, 2 vn, bc, k319–29, k358; 1 partita, fl, ob, bc, e64, R 7

III/iv: other works: 1, ouverture, C, 2 vn, va, bc, k356, R 5; 2, Rondeau, C, vn piccolo, vn, 2 va, bc, e111; 3, sinfonia, C, 2 ob, 2 vn, va, bc, in A. Lotti: Costantino, 1716, k333; 4, Partie, C, 2 ob, 2 vn, va, bc, k334; 5, intrada, C, 2 ob, vn piccolo, 2 vn, va, bc, e62; 6, serenada, C, 2 ob, 2 tpt, 2 vn, va, bc, k352, R 1; 7, [Tafelmusik], C, 2 ob, 2 tpt, timp, 2 vn, va, bc; 8, ouverture, d, 2 vn, va, bc, k357, R 6; 9, sinfonia, d, 2 ob, 2 vn, va, bc, in G.B. Bononcini: Proteo sul Reno, 1703, k332; 10, ouverture, d, 2 ob, 2 vn, va, bc, k355, R 4; 11, ouverture, d, 2 ob, 2 vn, va, bc, e109; 12, ouverture (Der Frühling), d, 2 ob, 2 vn, va, bc; 13, ouverture, F, 2 vn, va, bc, k354, R 3; 14, sonata, F, ob/fl, 2 vn, bc, lost; 15, sinfonia, F, 2 ob, 2 vn, va, bc, in C.A. Badia: La concordia della Virtù e della Fortuna, 1702, e63; 16, ouverture, F, ob, 2 hn, 2 vn, va, bc, k335; 17, ouverture, F, 2 ob, 2 hn, 2 vn, va, bc, in M.'A. Ziani: Meleagro, 1706, e108; 18, ouverture, g, 2 ob, 2 vn, va, bc, k359; 19, Le dolcezze, e l'amerezze della notte, a, 2 ob, 2 vn, bc, e112; 20, Arie, B, 2 ob, 2 vn, bc; 21, sinfonia, B, 2 ob, 2 vn, va, bc, k353, R 2; 22, ouverture, B, 2 ob, 2 vn, va, bc, e110; 23, music cited in diary of P.I. Lovina, lost; 24, Furore carnevalesco, ? 2 ob, 2 bn, 2 vn, 2 vc, bc, lost

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

keyboard, III/v


1, Ciaccona, D, k403/2, F VI/i; 2–5, 4, Menuett, D, e118, e122, e125, e127, F VI/i; 6, Fuga, d; 7, Aria, F, e116, F VI/i; 8, Harpeggio, G, e114, F VI/i; 9–11, 3 menuett, G, e120–21, e128, F, VI/i; 12, Ouverture, G (2 versions), e70, F VI/i; 13, Capriccio, g, k404, F VI/i; 14–15, 2 menuett, g, e124, e126, F VI/i; 16, Partita, g, e117, F VI/i; 17, Aria, A; 18, Menuett, A, e123, F VI/i; 19, Partita, A, k405, F VI/i; 20, Partita, a, e115, F VI/i; 21, Menuett, B, e115, F VI/i

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

canons, III/vi


1, Sonata, 3 vn, e67; 2, 11 canons on a theme in semibreves

Fux, Johann Joseph: Works

theoretical works, IV


1, Gradus ad Parnassum (Vienna, 1725, 2/1742/R; Eng. trans., ?1767, as Practical Rules for Learning Composition; partial Eng. trans., 1943, as Steps to Parnassus: the Study of Counterpoint, 2/1965 as The Study of Counterpoint)

2, Singfundament, MSS in A-M, Wgm, Wn, Wwessely, D-Bsb, H-PH, SK-BRm; pubd as Gründlicher zur Gesangslehre unumgänglich nothwendiger Unterricht in der Solmisation (Vienna, ?1832)

Fux, Johann Joseph

BIBLIOGRAPHY


A General and biographical studies; Fux in relation to other musicians. B Source studies. C Music. D Theory.

a: general and biographical studies; fux in relation to other musicians


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J. Mattheson: Grundlage einer Ehren-Pforte (Hamburg, 1740); ed. M. Schneider (Berlin, 1910/R), 42ff

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J.N. Forkel: Über Johann Sebastian Bachs Leben, Kunst und Kunstwerke (Leipzig, 1802/R); ed. J. Muller-Blattau (Augsburg, 1925), 47, 106–7

L. von Köchel: Johann Josef Fux (Vienna, 1872/R)

C. Schnabl: ‘Johann Joseph Fux, der österreichische Palestrina’, Jb der Leo-Gesellschaft (Vienna, 1895), 153–62

H. Birtner: ‘Johann Joseph Fux und der musikalische Historismus’, Deutsche Musikkultur, vii (1942–3), 1–14

A. Liess: Wiener Barockmusik (Vienna, 1946)

A. Liess: ‘Bach, Fux und die Wiener Klassik’, Musica, iv (1950), 261–5

A. Liess: Fuxiana (Vienna, 1958)

H. Federhofer: ‘Biographische Beiträge zu Georg Muffat und Johann Joseph Fux’, Mf, xiii (1960), 130–42

H. Federhofer: ‘Johann Joseph Fux und Joseph Haydn’, Musica, xiv (1960), 269–73

F.W. Riedel: ‘J.J. Fux und die römische Palestrina-Tradition’, Mf, xiv (1961), 14–22

F.W. Riedel: ‘Der “Reichsstil” in der deutschen Musikgeschichte des 18. Jahrhunderts’, GfMKB: Kassel 1962, 34–6

F.W. Riedel: ‘Musikgeschichtliche Beziehungen zwischen Johann Joseph Fux und Johann Sebastian Bach’, Festschrift Friedrich Blume, ed. A.A. Abert and W. Pfannkuch (Kassel,1963), 290–304

E. Wellesz: Johann Joseph Fux (London, 1965, enlarged 2/1991 as Johann Joseph Fux: Musiker, Lehrer, Komponist für Kirche und Kaiser, ed. R. Flotzinger)

O. Wessely: Johann Joseph Fux und Johann Mattheson (Graz, 1965)

O. Wessely: Johann Joseph Fux und Francesco Antonio Vallotti (Graz, 1967)

C. Wolff: Der stile antico in der Musik Johann Sebastian Bachs: Studien zu Bachs Spätwerk (Wiesbaden, 1968)

H. Federhofer: ‘Johann Joseph Fux und Johann Mattheson im Urteil Lorenz Christoph Mizlers’, Speculum musicae artis: Festgabe für Heinrich Husmann, ed. H. Becker and R. Gerlach (Munich, 1970), 111–23

A. Mann: ‘Haydn as Student and Critic of Fux’, Studies in Eighteenth-Century Music: a Tribute to Karl Geiringer, ed. H.C.R. Landon and R.E. Chapman (London, 1970), 323–32

F.W. Riedel: ‘Zur “Missa SSmae Trinitatis” von Johann Joseph Fux’, Symbolae historiae musicae: Hellmut Federhofer zum 60. Geburtstag, ed. F.W. Riedel and H. Unverricht (Mainz, 1971), 117–21

A. Mann: ‘Padre Martini and Fux’, Festschrift für Ernst Hermann Meyer, ed. G. Knepler (Leipzig, 1973), 253–5

S. Wollenberg: ‘The Keyboard Suites of Gottlieb Muffat (1690–1770)’, PRMA, cii (1975–6), 83–91

F.W. Riedel: Kirchenmusik am Hofe Karls VI, 1711–1740 (Munich and Salzburg, 1977)

O. Wessely: Johann Joseph Fux: Persönlichkeit, Umwelt, Nachwelt (Graz, 1979)

H. Federhofer: ‘25 Jahre Johann Joseph Fux-Forschung’, AcM, lii (1980), 155–94

I. Schubert: ‘Steirische Musiker in der Welt’, Musik in der Steiermark: Katalog der Landesausstellung 1980, ed. R. Flotzinger (Graz, 1980), 205–34

R. Flotzinger: Die Anfänge der Johann Joseph Fux-Forschung (Graz, 1982)

R. Flotzinger: ‘Fux und Graz’, 58. Bachfest: Johann Sebastian Bach und Johann Joseph Fux (Graz, 1983), 77–80 [programme book]

R. Flotzinger: Fux-Studien (Graz, 1985) [incl. ‘Die Anfänge der Johann-Joseph-Fux-Forschung im Zeichen des österreichischen Patriotismus’, 1–28; ‘Johann Joseph Fux auf dem Weg von Hirtenfeld nach Wien’, 29–72; ‘Vinzenz Fux’, 73–109]

Johann Sebastian Bach und Johann Joseph Fux: Graz 1983 [incl. H. Federhofer: ‘Das Vermächtnis von Johann Joseph Fux an Johann Sebastian Bach’, 16–21; R. Flotzinger: ‘Johann Joseph Fuxens Weg von Hirtenfeld nach Wien’, 38–48; W. Suppan: ‘Bach und Fux: zur Funktion und Semantik barocker Musik’, 61–74; O. Wessely: ‘Bach und Fux: zwei Stil-Welten?’, 75–81; A. Mann: ‘Bach und die Fuxsche Lehre: Theorie und Kompositionspraxis’, 82–6]

B.W. Pritchard, ed.: Antonio Caldara: Essays on his Life and Times (Aldershot, 1987)

H. Seifert: ‘Zur neuesten Fux-Forschung: Kritik und Beiträge’, SMw, xxxviii (1987), 35–52

W. Suppan: ‘Johann Joseph Fux’, SM, xxxii (1990), 299–339

H. Federhofer: ‘Johann Joseph Fux im Wandel der Zeit’, Musica pannonica, i (1991), 7–26; pubd separately Graz, 1992

M. Eybl: ‘Fux ist anders?’, Mitteilungen der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Musikwissenschaft, xxiv (1992), 63–5

T. Hochradner: ‘Johann Joseph Fux und die “Italienische Partei”: Beweggründe einer kulturpolitischen Entscheidung im Jahre 1698’, Ethnonationale Wechselbeziehungen in der mitteleuropäischen Musik: Brno XXVII 1992, 271–80

H. Federhofer: ‘Verhinderte Johann Joseph Fux eine Anstellung von Antonio Vivaldi an der Kaiserlichen Hofkapelle in Wien?’, Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Wolfgang Suppan, ed. B. Habla (Tutzing, 1993), 13–18

T. Hochradner: ‘Zu den Aufführungen von Werken Johann Joseph Fux' nach seinem Tod (1741)’, Pannonische Forschungsstelle Oberschützen, iv (1993), 353–84

P. Naredi-Rainer: ‘Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach und Johann Joseph Fux: Beziehungen zwischen Architektur und Musik im österreichischen Barock’, Barock regional–international, ed. G. Pochat and B. Wagner (Graz, 1993), 275–90

Auf Fux-Jagd: Mitteilungsblatt der Johann-Joseph-Fux-Gesellschaft (Graz, 1993–)

T. Hochradner and G.M. Vörösmarty: ‘Matthäus Fux: Neffe und Erbe’, Pannonische Forschungsstelle Oberschützen, v (1994), 591–9

R. Flotzinger: ‘Die Musikanschauung des Johann Joseph Fux (1660–1741)’, Jb der österreichischen Gesellschaft zur Erforschung des achtzehnten Jahrhunderts, x (1995), 92–115

R. Flotzinger: ‘Zur Wiener musikalischen Schule des 18. Jahrhunderts: nebst einigen Folgerungen für die Musikgeschichtsschreibung’, SMw, xliv (1995), 31–46

R. Flotzinger: ‘Der gegenwartige Stand der biographischen Fux-Forschung’, Fux und seine Zeit, ed. W. Edler and F.W. Riedel (forthcoming)

H. White: ‘Johann Joseph Fux and the Concept of an Austro-Italian Baroque’, Austria 996–1996: Music in a Changing Society: Ottawa 1996 (forthcoming)

b: source studies


A. Liess: Johann Joseph Fux, ein steirischer Meister des Barock, nebst einem Verzeichnis neuer Werkfunde (Vienna, 1948)

H. Federhofer: ‘Unbekannte Kirchenmusik von Johann Joseph Fux’, KJb, xliii (1959), 113–54

H. Federhofer and F.W. Riedel: ‘Quellenkundliche Beiträge zur Johann Joseph Fux-Forschung’, AMw, xxi (1964), 111–40, 253

F.W. Riedel: ‘“Neo-Exoriens Phosphorus”: ein unbekanntes musikdramastisches Werk von Johann Joseph Fux’, Mf, xviii (1965), 290–93

F.W. Riedel, ed.: Der Göttweiger thematische Katalog von 1830 (Munich and Salzburg, 1979)

H. White: ‘Erhaltene Quellen der Oratorien von Johann Joseph Fux: ein Bericht’, KJb, lxvii (1983), 123–31

J. Bužga: ‘Zelenkas Musikinventar aus der katholischen Schlosskapelle in Dresden’, FAM, xxxi (1984), 198–206

A. Weinmann: Handschriftliche thematische Kataloge aus dem Benediktinerstift Melk (Vienna, 1984)

R. Elliott and H.M. White: ‘A Collection of Oratorio Libretti, 1700–1800, in the Thomas Fisher Rarebook Library, University of Toronto’, FAM, xxxii (1985), 102–14

H. Hermann-Schneider: Die Musikhandschriften der Sankt Michaelskirche in München: thematischer Katalog (Munich, 1985)

G. Haberkamp: Die Musikhandschriften der Benediktiner-Abtei Ottobeuren: thematischer Katalog (Munich, 1986)

R.N. Freeman: The Practice of Music at Melk Abbey Based upon the Documents, 1681–1826 (Vienna, 1989)

T. Hochradner: ‘Eine frühe italienische Gradus-Übersetzung’, Auf Fux-Jagd, ii/1 (1994), 42

T. Hochradner: ‘“Donata al Canlcante”: neue Quellenfunde sowie Nachrichten über verschollene Bestände zu Werken von Johann Joseph Fux’, SMw, xliv (1995), 47–82

T. Hochradner: ‘Das Inventar Budapest 1711’, Auf Fux-Jagd, iii/1 (1995), 63–70

R. Schnitzler: ‘Fux or Badia? The Attribution of Santa Geltrude and Ismaele’, FAM, xlii (1995), 205–45

T. Hochradner, W. Suppan and others: Neufassung des Köchelverzeichnisses Johann Joseph Fux (Graz, forthcoming)

R. Schnitzler: The Baroque Oratorio at the Imperial Court in Vienna (Vienna, forthcoming)

c: music


SmitherHO, i

A. von Weilen: Zur Wiener Theatergeschichte (Vienna, 1901)

E. Wellesz: ‘Die Opern und Oratorien in Wien von 1660–1708’, SMw, vi (1919), 5–138

A. Liess: Die Trio-Sonaten von J.J. Fux (Berlin, 1940)

J.H. van der Meer: Johann Josef Fux als Opernkomponist (Bilthoven, 1961)

O. Wessely: Pietro Pariatis Libretto zu Johann Joseph Fuxens ‘Costanza e Fortezza’ (Graz, 1969)

T. Day: ‘Echoes of Palestrina's Missa ad fugam in the Eighteenth Century’, JAMS, xxiv (1971), 462–9

G. Gruber: Das Wiener Sepolcro und Johann Joseph Fux, i (Graz, 1972)

H. Seifert: ‘Die Aufführungen der Wiener Opern und Serenate mit Musik von Johann Joseph Fux’, SMw, xxix (1978), 9–27

R. Flotzinger: ‘SOL–DO–MI–RE–DO: ein Subiectum und seine (Be)deutung’, SMw, xxxiii (1982), 13–20

W. Gleissner: Die Vespern von Johann Joseph Fux: ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Vespervertonung (Glattbach, 1982)

B. Habla, ed.: Johann Joseph Fux und die barocke Bläsertradition: Graz 1985 [incl. H. Seifert: ‘Die Bläser der kaiserlichen Hofkapelle zur Zeit von J.J. Fux’, 9–23; G. Joppig: ‘Die hohen Holzblasinstrumente (Chalumeau und Oboe) im Schaffen von Johann Joseph Fux’, 67–87; M. Nagy: ‘Holzblasinstrumente der tiefen Lage im Schaffen von Johann Joseph Fux’, 89–98; E. Kubitschek: ‘Block- und Querflöte im Umkreis von Johann Joseph Fux: Versuch einer Übersicht’, 99–119; M. Spielmann: ‘Der Zink im Instrumentarium des süddeutsch-österreichischen Raumes 1650 bis 1750’, 121–55; D. Altenberg: ‘Instrumentation im Zeichen des Hofzeremoniells: Bemerkungen zur Verwendung der Trompete im Schaffen von Johann Joseph Fux’, 157–68; K. Winkler: ‘Die Bedeutung der Posaune im Schaffen von Johann Joseph Fux’, 177–99; W. Suppan: ‘Möglichkeiten und Chancen einer Fux-Renaissance – vor allem im Bereich der Bläsermusik’, 201–12]

H.M. White: The Oratorios of Johann Joseph Fux (diss., U. of Dublin, 1986)

R. Flotzinger, ed.: J.J. Fux-Symposium: Graz 1991 [incl. G. Bimberg: ‘Festspiel des Barock: die Ascanio-Opern von J.J. Fux und W.A. Mozart’, 27–42; H. Seifert: ‘Musizieren der kaiserliche Familie und des Hofadels zur Zeit von Fux’, 57–62; M. Eybl: ‘Nachtigall, Wachtel, Kuckuck, Adler und Fux: Bemerkungen zum Stilwandel im 18. Jahrhundert anhand der wiederaufgefundenen Leipziger Ouverture’, 63–84; J.-H. Lederer: ‘Das Kanzonenprinzip in den Sonate da chiesa von J.J. Fux’, 85–104; F.W. Riedel: ‘Omni die dic Mariae: Pietas Mariana in der Musik von Johann Joseph Fux’, 105–20; W. Reich: ‘Jan Dismas Zelenka als Schüler von Johann Joseph Fux: Belege und Vermutungen’, 121–32; R. Flotzinger: ‘Fux: ein komponierender Theoretiker?’, 133–40; M. Wagner: ‘Johann Joseph Fux als Lehrer kommender Generationen’, 141–9]

H.M. White, ed.: Johann Joseph Fux and the Music of the Austro-Italian Baroque (Aldershot, 1992) [incl. H. Federhofer: ‘Johann Joseph Fux und die Gegenwart’, 1–17; R.N. Freeman: ‘The Fux Tradition and the Mystery of the Music Archive at Melk Abbey’, 18–56; A. Mann: ‘Johann Joseph Fux's Theoretical Writings: a Classical Legacy’, 57–71; R. Flotzinger: ‘Zur Unvollständigkeit und denkbaren Anlage der Gradus von Fux’, 72–7; C. Lawson: ‘The Chalumeau in the Works of Fux’, 78–94; W. Suppan: ‘The Use of Wind Instruments (excluding Chalumeau) in Fux's Music’, 95–108; J.-H. Lederer: ‘Zur Datierung der Triosonaten und anderer Werke von Fux’, 109–37; H. Seifert: ‘The Secular-Dramatic Compositions of Fux: a General Survey’, 138–52; E. Kanduth: ‘The Literary and Dramaturgical Aspects of the Viennese Sepolcro Oratorio, with Particular Reference to Fux’, 153–63; H.M. White: ‘The Sepolcro Oratorios of Fux: an Assessment’, 164–230; R. Walter: ‘Bemerkungen zu den Kompositionen von Johann Joseph Fux zum Offertorium’, 231–61; I. Schubert: ‘Bibliographie des Fux-Schrifttums/A Fux Bibliography’, 262–319]

T. Hochradner: ‘Eine Vesper von Fux: eine merkwürdige Überlieferung aus dem Burgenland und die Ergebnisse weiterer Nachforschungen’, Pannonische Forschungsstelle Oberschützen, vi (1995), 117–31

R. Schnitzler: ‘From Sepolcro to Passion Oratorio: Tradition and Innovation in the Early Eighteenth-Century Viennese Oratorio’, International Musicological Conference: Maynooth 1995, i, 392–410

H.M. White: ‘The Oratorios of Johann Joseph Fux and the Imperial Court in Vienna’, SMC, xv (1995), 1–16

d: theory


L.C. Mizler: Neu eröffnete musikalische Bibliothek (Leipzig, 1739–54/R)

F.W. Marpurg: Abhandlung von der Fuge, zweyter Theil (Berlin, 1754/R, 2/1858)

J.P. Kirnberger: Gedanken über die verschiedenen Lehrarten in der Komposition, als Vorbereitung zur Fugenkenntniss (Berlin, 1782/R, 2/1793)

A. Mann: The Study of Fugue (New Brunswick, 1958, 2/1965)

H. Federhofer: ‘Johann Joseph Fux als Musiktheoretiker’, Hans Albrecht in Memoriam, ed. W. Brennecke and H. Haase (Kassel, 1962), 109–15

D. Heartz and A. Mann, eds.: Thomas Attwoods Theorie- und Kompositionsstudien bei Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Neue Ausgabe sämtlicher Werke, X:30/i (Kassel, 1965)

O. Wessely: ‘Johann Joseph Fuxens “Singfundament” als Violinschule’, 40 Jahre Steirischer Tonkünstlerbund, ed. E. Cwienk and others (Graz, 1967), 24–32

H. Federhofer: ‘Drei handschriftliche Quellen zur Musiktheorie in Österreich um 1700’, Musa–Mens–Musici: im Gedenken an Walther Vetter (Leipzig, 1969), 139–51

A. Mann: ‘Beethoven's Contrapuntal Studies with Haydn’, MQ, lvi (1970), 711–26

S. Wollenberg: ‘The Unknown “Gradus”’, ML, li (1970), 423–34

H. Federhofer: ‘Mozart als Schüler und Lehrer in der Musiktheorie’, MJb 1971–2, 89–106

A. Mann: ‘Haydn's Elementarbuch: a Document of Classic Counterpoint Instruction’, Music Forum, iii (1973), 197–237

S. Wollenberg: ‘Haydn's Baryton Trios and the “Gradus”’, ML, liv (1973), 170–78

J. Lester: ‘The Fux-Mattheson Correspondence: an Annotated Translation’, CMc, xxiv (1977), 37–62

J. Lester: ‘The Recognition of Major and Minor Keys in German Theory, 1680–1730’, JMT, xxii (1978), 65–103

H. Federhofer: ‘“Stylus antiquus” und “modernus” im Verhältnis zum strengen und freien Satz’, Ars musica, musica scienta: Festschrift Heinrich Hüschen, ed. D. Altenburg (Cologne, 1980), 112–17

H. Federhofer: ‘Fux's Gradus ad Parnassum as Viewed by Heinrich Schenker’, Music Theory Spectrum, iv (1982), 66–75

H. Federhofer: ‘Georg Reutter d.J. als Mittler zwischen Johann Joseph Fux und Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’, KJb, lxvi (1982), 83–8

H. Federhofer: ‘Johann Joseph Fux. Choral Styles and the “Gradus ad Parnassum”’, American Choral Review, xxiv/2–3 (1982), 14–26

A. Mann, ed.: Schuberts Studien, Franz Schubert: Neue Ausgabe sämtlicher Werke, viii/2 (Kassel, 1986)

R.B. Nelson and D.R. Boomgaarden: ‘Kirnberger's Thoughts on the Different Methods of Teaching Composition as Preparation for Understanding Fugue’, JMT, xxx (1986), 71–94

A. Mann: Theory and Practice: the Great Composer as Student and Teacher (New York, 1987)

H. Federhofer: ‘Johann Joseph Fux und die gleichschwebende Temperatur’, Mf, xli (1988), 9–15; Eng. trans. in Eighteenth-Century Music in Theory and Practice: Essays in Honor of Alfred Mann, ed. M.A. Parker (Stuyvesant, NY, 1994), 119–30

S. Wollenberg: ‘Johann Joseph Fux, Gradus ad Parnassum (1725): Concluding Chapters’, Music Analysis, xi (1992), 209–43

H. Federhofer: ‘Johann Joseph Fux (1660–1741) und die Kontrapunktlehre’, Mf, xlvi (1993), 157–70

H. Federhofer: ‘L. Chr. Mizlers Kommentare zu den beiden Büchern des Gradus ad Parnassum von J.J. Fux’, SMH, xxxv (1993–4), 341–59; repr. separately (Graz, 1995)

E. Badura-Skoda: ‘On the History of Musical Instruction in the Austrian Baroque’, Eighteenth-Century Music in Theory and Practice: Essays in Honor of Alfred Mann, ed. M.A. Parker (Stuyvesant, NY, 1994), 131–42

K. Braunschweig: ‘Gradus ad Parnassum: a Jesuit Treatise’, In Theory Only, xii (1994), 35–8

J. Lester: Compositional Theory in the Eighteenth Century (Cambridge, MA, 1994)


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