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op.

abbr.
opus

op.

abbreviation for
1. operation
2. (Classical Music) opus
3. operator
4. operational
Translations

op.

nop.
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The first lists the pieces alphabetically by title and gives the opus number and composer, while the second lists composers, subdivided by nationality (in both cases, page numbers are provided only for pieces or composers listed in Appendix 1, the index of collections).
The all-Brahms programme will begin with the Klavierstucke Op 118, which are six individual movements composed and premiered separately but, for the sake of convenience, published together in 1893 under a single opus number.
In addition, they have all been published by Alfred Music before, either individually or within editions of the complete opus number. There have also been other "best of' collections published by other publishers, as well.
The Wurlitzer Opus number 956, created at the company's Cincinnati factory, arrived at Southampton on December 1, 1924.
We had a similar favorable response to Metal Music which, despite the lower opus number, is Kibbe's second brass quintet.
As well as more familiar classics such as Beethoven's Octet in E flat, Op.103, and Mozart's Serenade No.11 in E flat, there's a chance to hear rarities such as Janacek's Ml[sz]d and Berio's quirky menagerie-inspired Opus Number Zoo for wind quintet and speaker.
The artist is also releasing the "Prince Opus Number One" billed on PrinceOpus.com as "the greatest artwork of the 21st century."
Records contain title, opus number, date, length, instrumentation, language and publisher.
The second group of concertos had no opus number. The pieces were simply listed as Nos.
IKE composers, the theatre company named The People Show like to give their shows an opus number. Number 111 opens tonight at Liverpool's Unity Theatre.
Ulrich Mahlert's strictly analytical investigation, 'Die Holty-Vertonungen von Brahms im Kontext der jeweiligen Liederhefte', is the one contribution emphasizing strongly Brahms's careful groupings of songs into sets by opus number - an arrangement through which the individual song gains a new, so to speak cyclic dimension (cf.