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Various titles incorporate the name of a dedicatee, in which cases only a brief note (further biographical details are given elsewhere).
Though the list appears very extensive, only works for which there are specific sources are listed here.
From the “Shortform-Analysis of Opus Clavicembalisticum”: “This work is admittedly an essay in the form adumbrated by the immortal BUSONI in his great FANTASIA CONTRAPPUNTISTICA which, with the Hammerklavier Sonata and the REGER Variations on a theme of BACH[,] are the three supreme works for the piano. Johann-Sebastian-Bach-Institut Göttingen and Bach-Archiv Leipzig (Kassel, Basel, and London: Bärenreiter, 1954-), Series V, Klavier- und Lautenwerke, vol. Belle Isis: Ballad of a Rose (that opens like a dancer’s tutu); II. : •Harold Morland (1908-99), My Seeking Spirit, Being Free Variations on Poems by Kalidasa [recte Kālidāsa], c. : Edvard Grieg (1843-1907), incidental music to Peer Gynt (1876) by Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906).
: The subtitle and the titles of the first two parts (“Arcana minora” and “Arcana majora”) are references to the Tarot. A copy of this edition was part of Sorabji’s library, though an earlier one was used. 8, Die sechs Französischen Suiten, BWV 812-817, 814a, 815a; Zwei Suiten a-Moll und Es-Dur, BWV 818, 819, 818a, 819a, ed. : Jacques Offenbach (1819-80), Les contes d’Hoffmann (1881): “Barcarolle” (“Belle nuit, ô nuit d’amour”) (act 2, no. O Rose with Two Hearts]”, in Poems of Our Time, 1900-1960, ed.
Bibliographical references to sources are given whenever appropriate.
A bullet (•) identifies the editions that are likely (or known) to have been used by Sorabji.
Full names (with birth and death years) and titles of musical and literary works (with opus or catalogue numbers and years) are given throughout.: Paul Verlaine (1846-96), “Fêtes galantes”, in Œuvres poétiques, ed. (Paris: Éditions Messein, 1969, 1986), 84 (“L’allée”, 4th poem out of 22), 85 (“À la promenade”, 5th poem out of 22), 85-86 (“Dans la grotte”, 6th poem out of 22). The villa, which Sorabji visited on one of his trips to Sicily, also inspired the second movement of (1928-29; 111 pp.).