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*observation: many of the original titles have been translated into English

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Code Title Time Year City, Country Instrument
1.01 Balade
dedicated to: Nelson Freire;
first performance by Mariedy C. Rosetto, Funarte, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 18-03-1981;
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10’00 07-11-1976 Schriesheim, Germany piano
1.02 Batucada
subtitle: "No morro das duas bicas";
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3’00 26-06-1948 Paris, France piano
1.03 Dance
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2’30 25-07-1950 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil piano
1.04 Dança Brasileira Nr. 1
dedicated to: Jeannette Herzog Alimonda;
trsc. 7.13;
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3’00 05-1951 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil piano
1.05 Dança Brasileira Nr. 2
dedicated to: Heitor Alimonda;
first performance by Heitor Alimonda, I Congresso de Folclore,Teatro Municipal, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1951;
trsc. 7.14;
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3’00 05-1951 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil piano
1.06 Estudo no 1
dedicated to: Bruno Seidlhofer; first performance by Alex Blin, Mannheim, Germany, 1971;
ed. Ricordi Brasileira, São Paulo, 1962
3’00 03-1959 Wien, Austria piano
1.07 Estudo Nr. 2
dedicated to: Nadile de Barros Macariou;
first performance by Fanny Solter, Freiburg, Germany, 1962;
ed. Ricordi Brasileira, São Paulo, 1962
3’00 05-03-1960 Teresópolis, Brazil piano
1.08 Fantasia Sul America
trsc. 8.17;
one of the 15 pieces (14 for different solo instruments and 1 for voice and piano) commissioned by "Sul America" for the confrontation tests of the competition "Young Interpreters of Brazilian Music 1983", Rio de Janeiro;
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4’00 10-04-1983 Brasília, Brazil piano
1.09 Frevo
dedicated to: Oriano de Almeida;
first performance by Iris Bianchi, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1961;
trsc. 3.18 & 7.19;
ed. Cembra, São Paulo, 1954;
3’00 08-1953 São Paulo, Brazil piano
1.10 Imitando Chopin
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1’00 no date piano
1.11 Intermitências I (Aleatória)
dedicated to: Ney Salgado;
first performance by Jocy de Oliveira, USA, 1967; Edition Savart
04’00 05-07-1967 Berlin, Germany piano
1.12 Inventions (2 voices)  [1], [2]
(4 Miniature Inventions)
obs: manuscripts of Nr. 1 & 2 published in the Musical Supplements of "Resenha Musical" XI & XIII, São Paulo, Brazil;
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5’00 24-01-1942 piano
1.13 Miniaturas
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2’00 30-10-1950 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil piano
1.14 Noturno
dedicated to: Alessandro Santoro,
"ao filho, ao completar 18 anos";
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3’00 1984 piano
1.15 (1-7) Paulistanas 21’00 1953 São Paulo, Brazil piano
[1] Lento 2’00 09-12-1952 São Paulo, Brazil
[2] Moderato (tempo de catira) 3’00 06-08-1953 -
[3] Molemente chorosa 2’00 - -
[4] Allegro 2’30 - -
[5] Lento 2’00 - -
[6] Vivo (Choro) 2’30 - -
[7] Sonata em 1 movimento 6’00 11-02-1952 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
dedicated to: Anna Stella Schic; Eunice Catunda, Nr. 3; 6;
first performance by Felicia Blumenthal; Anna Stella Schic, Nr. 1 & 4; 3, São Paulo, Brazil, 1954/53;
obs: Nr. 1 enclosed in the vol. I of Brazilian Contemporary Music for Piano, edited by Gerig, Köln, Germany,
ed. Cembra, São Paulo, 1954/55
1.16 (1-9) Peças Infantis 18’00 1951/52 piano
[1] Andante 1’00
[2] Allegreto 3’00
[3] Allegro 2’00
[4] Valsinha lenta 1’30
[5] Andante 2’00
[6] Andante con moto 2’00
[7] Allegro vivo 2’00
[8] Acalanto da boneca 2’00
[9] Sonatina 1’30
dedicated to: Carlos Arlindo; Sonia Santoro; Letícia Santoro, Nr. 1,2,3 ao filho; 4,5,6 à filha; 7,8,9 à filha;
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1.17 (1-4) Peças para Piano (1st series) 10’00 1943 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil piano
[1] Lento   08-1943
[2] Lento   23-05-1943
[3] Vivo grotesco   08-1943
[4] Moderato   22-08-1943
first performance by Oriano de Almeida, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1943;
edited in the same score 1.18 & 1.19;
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1.18 (1-6) Peças para Piano (2nd series) 5’00 1946 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil piano
[1] Lento 06-05-1946 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  [2] Expressivo   08-05-1946 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil  
  [3] Allegro-lento-allegro    
  [4] Muito lento    
  [5] Lento-allegro   23-05-1946  
  [6] Andante presto   28-05-1946 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil  
dedicated to: Giocasta Kassuroff; Felicia Blumenthal; Geni Marcondes Koellreutter, Nr. 1,2;3;4,5,6;
first performance by Arnaldo Estrella, Paris, 1948
edited in the same score 1.17 & 1.18;
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1.19 Pequena Toccata
first performance by Oriano de Almeida, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1943;
edited in the same score 1.17 & 1.18;
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1’00 1942   piano
1.20 Prelude "Tes Yeux"
dedicated to: Lia; (original MS n. 3);
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2’00 20-05-1957 Leningrad, Russia piano
1.21 Prelude "Toada"
dedicated to: Lia; (original MS n. 4);
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2’00 05-1957 Leningrad, Russia piano
1.22 Prelude
dedicated to: Eliana Cardoso; (original MS n. 9);
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2’00 12-1958 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil piano
1.23 Prelude
dedicated to: Gisèle Santoro;
first performance by Alex Blin, Mannheim, Germany, 1983; (original MS n. 17);
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2’00 08-02-1963 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil piano
1.24 Prelude Nr. 26
dedicated to: "Homenagem a Siegfried Gerth"
first performance by Alex Blin, Mannheim, Germany, 1983; (original MS n. 24)
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2’00 12-10-1983 Brasília, Brazil piano
1.25 Prelude Nr. 27
dedicated to: Anna Stella Schic;
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3’00 14-07-1984 Waldbronn, Germany piano
1.26 Prelude Nr. 28
dedicated to: Anna Stella Schic;
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3’00 31-07-1984 Brasília, Brazil piano
1.27 Prelude Nr. 29
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01-1989   piano
1.28 (1-5) Preludes (1st series) 11’00 1946/50 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil piano
[1]Allegro-lento-allegro-lento 2’30 1946
[2] Allegro molto (invenção a duas vozes) 1’30 1946/1947
[3] Entoando tristemente 3’00 10-06-1948 Lausanne, Switzerland
[4] Dança rústica 3’00 01-1948 Paris, France
[5] Adagio 1’30 23-08-1950 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
first performance by Fausto Garcia Medeles, Nr. 1 & 2, Havana, Cuba, 1947; trsc. of the one in the 3: 1.18;
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1.29 (1-12) Preludes (2nd series 1st Book) 21’30 1957/63 piano
[1] Lento expressivo
(original MS "Tes yeux" Nr. 1)
1’30 10-05-1957 Leningrad, Russia
[2] Andante (Cantabile)
(original MS "Tes yeux" Nr. 2)
1’00 16-05-1957 Leningrad, Russia
[3] Lento expressivo
(original MS "Tes yeux" "Adieux" Nr. 5)
2’30 03-1958 Moscow, Russia
[4] Lento (original MS Nr. 6) 2’00 21-07-1958 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
[5] Andante (original MS Nr. 7) 1’00 12-06-1958 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
[6] Andante (molto apassionato), homenagem a Brahms (original MS Nr. 8) 3’00 14-12-1958 Milan, Italy
[7] Lento (dolce terno) (original MS Nr. 10) 2’00 04-03-1959 Wien, Austria
[8] Moderato (original MS Nr. 13) 2’00 18-03-1960
[9] Lento (original MS Nr. 14) 1’00 17-07-1960 London, United Kingdom
[10] Lento molto expressivo (original MS Nr. 25) 2’30 24-09-1963 Genève, Switzerland
[11] Andante (Berceuse) (original MS Nr. 20) 1’30 21-03-1963
[12] Andante expressivo (original MS Nr. 21) 1’30 24-03-1963 Brasília, Brazil / Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
dedicated to: Lia; Nora & Alik; Jeannette Herzog Alimonda, Nr. 1, 2, 3; 4; 6;
first performance by Norah de Ameida Moura; Alex Blin, Nr. 6; 10 & 11, Brasília, Brazil; Mannheim, Germany, 1969/71;
trsc. 1.35 (1-3/6/7).
obs: Preludes selected by the author amongst 25 written in the period of 1957/63. The numeration adopted for the publication of this score does not correspond to the one of the original manuscript with exception of Nr. 1 & 2. With the same music the "Canção de Amor" 9.08 (1); 1.29 (1) Lent et três expressive in the ms; ms version with repeat); 1.29 (7) Lied for piano in the ms, "Le Rêve de l'...";
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1.29 (13-21) Preludes (2nd series 2nd Book) 10’30 1963 piano
[13] Andante (Ms original Nr. 16) 1’00
[14] Adagio molto (Ms original no 11) 1’00 23-04-1959 Wien, Austria  
[15] Andante con moto (Ms original no 12) 1’00 25-04-1959  
[16] Lento (Ms original no 15) 1’30 03-02-1963  
[17] Lento (Ms original no 18) 1’30 13-02-1963 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil  
[18] Allegro grotesco barbaro (Ms original no 19) 1’30 02-1963 Brasília, Brazil  
[19] Andante (Ms original no 22) 1’00 30-08-1963 Genève, Switzerland  
[20] Allegro moderato (Ms original no23) 1’00 01-09-1963 Genève, Switzerland  
[21] Lento (Ms original no 24) 1’00 01-09-1963 Genève, Switzerland  
first performance by Jocy de Oliveira, Nr. 18 to 21, St. Louis, USA, 1966;
obs: The numeration adopted for the publication of this score does not correspond to the one of the original manuscript;
Preludes 19, 20 and 21 with the title "Three preludes on a series" in the original manuscript. 13 -MS16; 14 -MS11; 15 -MS12; 16 -MS15;
1.29 (15) ded. ao Ney Salgado in the ms
1.29 (17) ded. a Gisèle in the ms
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1.30 Sambinha
first performance by Neusa França, Brasília, Brazil, 18-12-1987; piece written for a Ballet;
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06-1987 Brasília, Brazil piano
1.31 Serenata (O cair da Noite ou O Céu de Brasília)
trsc. 7.53 (6). obs: It is part of the Suite Brazilia with the title "Crepúsculo" (Twilight);
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2’30 14-06-1986 Trier, Germany piano
1.32 Sonata 1942 12’00 29-01-1942 São Paulo, Brazil piano
[1] Lento
[2] Allegro brincando gracioso
[3] Muito lento
obs: finished in 29-01-1942, at the Farm "Rio do Braço" in Lavrinhas, São Paulo;
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1.33 Sonata Nr. 1 12’00 1945 piano
[1] Lento
[2] Allegreto
[3] Andante-allegro
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1.34 Sonata Nr. 2 12’00 03-1948 Paris, France piano
[1] Allegro
[2] Lento expressivo
[3] Allegro vivo
dedicated to: Anna Stella Schic;
obs: Microfilm in the Music Section of the National Library of Rio de Janeiro;
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1.35 Sonata Nr. 3 16’00 1955 São Paulo, Brazil piano
[1] Allegro energico
[2] Adagio
[3] Moderato
dedicated to: Heitor Alimonda;
first performance by Heitor Alimonda, Salvador, Brazil, 1958;
ed. Ricordi Brasileira, São Paulo, 1959
1.36 Sonata Nr. 4 (Fantasia) 16’00 11-1957 Sofia, Bulgary piano
[1] Allegro deciso
[2] Andante
[3] Allegro molto
dedicated to: Jacques Klein;
first performance by Maria Clodes Jaguaribe, München, Germany, 1960;
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1.37 Sonata Nr. 5 16’00 09-1988 piano
[1] Andante
[2] Allegro
[3] Andante
4 Finale
dedicated to: Ney Salgado;
first performance by Ney Salgado, Abertura do Festival de Música Nova, MASP, São Paulo, Brazil, 19-08-1989;
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1.38 Sonatina Nr. 1 8’00 01-01-1948 Paris, France piano
[1] Allegreto
[2] Adagio
[3] Presto
first performance by Arnaldo Estrella, Paris, France, 1948;
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1.39 Sonatina Nr. 2 6’00 03-01-1964 Brasília, Brazil piano
[1] Allegro Moderato
[2] Andante
[3] Vivo
dedicated to: Gisèle Santoro;
first performance by Marita Zimmerman, Mannheim, Germany, 1974;
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1.40 Sonatina Infantil 4’00 1946 piano
1 Allegro
2 Lento
3 Allegro
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1.41 Toccata (1st Version)
dedicated to: Arnaldo Estrella;
first performance by Heitor Alimonda, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1964;
obs: this score is published in a compilation of toccatas from different composers published in Kiev, Ukraina;
Musichna Ukraina; Kiev, Ukraina, 1978;
ed. Ricordi Brasileira, São Paulo, 1955;
EE, Moscou, 1960
4’00 18-10-1954 São Paulo, Brazil piano
1.42 Toccata (2nd Version)
dedicated to: Arnaldo Estrella;
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4’00 1984 piano
1.43 Trem, O (children piece)
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1’00 1958 piano