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The Foundation Jan van Dijk - Muziekwerken holds in trust a collection of 16 CDs with recordings of compositions by Jan van Dijk.
These CDs can be ordered at the secretariat of the Foundation. The price of each disc is determined by the cost of copying, the postal expenses and a small payment of expenses.
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In 2015 the latest CD "The Later Pianoworks" was published.
Klaas Trapman - piano
Klaas Trapman studied the piano, organ and musical theory at the Koninklijk Conservatorium in The Hague, The Netherlands. Now he is a lecturer at this institute.
1. Six préludes et cantique (opus 1137 )
2. Musiques pour piano seul (opus 1138 )
3. Uit een diep dal (opus 1149 )
4. Elf klavierstukken (opus 1150 )
5. Faire futur (opus 1154 )
6. Quattro pezzi (opus 1156 )
7. Preludio e fughetta (opus 1158 )
8. Variazioni per pianoforte (opus 1160 )
9. Pièces mélodiques (opus 1162 )
10. Fuga sopra Veerle (opus 1171 )
11. Wolken (opus 1174 )
12. Per pianoforte (4, 5, 6) (opus 1188 )
13. Triptiek voor piano (opus 1190 )
14. Variazioni per pianoforte (opus 1191 )
15. Drie inventies en een klein duet (opus 1192 )
16. Trilogie voor piano (opus 1197 )
Initially the pirate ballad was written for male choir and orchestra on a text by Slauerhoff. A second version was wriiten for male choir, two pianos and a percussion section. The first performance of the latter took place in Amsterdam under the direction of Piet Struyk.
It was composed in 1956. It consists of two parts. The first part has a classical sonata-like structure in an impressionistic tone. The second part has less structure, but also sounds impressionistic with an expressionistic touch.
Sonate for alto saxophone and piano.
Four parts with each the title of one of the Day Hours in French: le soir, la nuit, l’aurore, et l’après-midi. Symbols which can be experienced so explicitly in the Provence. Year in which it was composed: 1953.
Two Songs for Male Voice and Orchestra.
This work was composed between 1939 and 1947, on texts by Karel van de Woestijne. “Wijding aan mijn vader“ and “Wat ben ik dan een vogel in de schemering”.
In the second song you will be struck by the fact that one tone (octave) in the horns is heard throughout the entire song, as an organ point.
Performance under the direction of André Vandernoot with Hans Smout as baritone singer.
Concertino for violin with very small orchestra.
The very small orchestra consists of a flute, clarinet and alto saxophone. The work was composed in 1964. The first performance was under the direction of Jacques van Steen with Annemieke Corstens playing the violin.
The concertino consists of three parts, the last part is a ‘perpetual motion machine’.
Ode aan de Singer naaimachine.
The ‘Ode aan de Singer Naaimachine’ was composed as ‘declamatorium’ for a variety of voices with a ‘larger’ wind ensemble in 1982. The wind players also recite the texts (by Paul van Ostayen). It was composed for 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, violoncelli and double bass. First performance in The Hague under the direction of Bastiaan Blomhert.
Concertino a tre.
Concertino a tre, for flute, violin and viola, the instrumentation of the Reger trio.
It was composed during a stay in the Basques Provinces and was played very often by the Reger trio.
De Potpourri voor pianola.
It is mainly a selection of tunes from the “Concerto voor Pianola en Orkest”. Even some passages which cannot be done by two hands are included.
The piano roll was made by Lucius Voorhorst in 1978.
A pirate ballad for male choir and orchestra on a text by Jan Slauerhof. It was performed for the first time in Rotterdam by the choir of the R.E.T under the direction of Piet Struyk and the Rotterdam Chamber Orchestra (conductor Piet Ketting).
Motetto a 3 cori.
Composed in 1980 on texts of Joost van den Vondel (Kerstliedt), Frederik van Eeden (Lied van Schijn en Wezen) and one Anonymus (Grafschrift) for two mixed choirs and a women’s choir. It is an example of polychoral polyphony.
Sonata no. 2 per pianoforte.
Composed in 1980. A compact tripartite sonata: fast - slow - fast. Technically difficult to play, but very pianistic. Some ‘simple’ melodic fragments give something to hold on to when listening to this music.
It was composed in 1944 during the German occupation of the Netherlands in the Second World War.
‘Een Jaar-Getijde for Johan van Oldenbarnevelt’ by Vondel, for mixed choir and orchestra. It sounds ‘Valerius-like’. ‘Dutch’, that’s why the ‘Valerius-like’ characterisation of the tone.
A short symphonic composition for brass band, written in 1960. It was performed for the first time under the direction of - the legendary - Gerrit Schaar.
For mixed choir and orchestra, solos for soprano, alt, tenor and bass. The composition has three parts. The first part on a text by D.P. Pers, “Over de Veranderingen der Wereld”. The second part on a text by Joost van den Vondel, “De Lof der Zeevaart”. The third part on a text by Bastiaans, “De Vecht”. Ergo Part 1 postulates, Parts 2 and 3 are practical examples.
Part 3, a motet for choir and orchestra, has often been played as an independent composition, independent of the Symphony. This symphony was composed in 1969.
Some parts from the “Danssuite voor Orkest en Combo” from 1969 for brass band.
Serenade voor strijkers ‘Jardin sur Meuse’.
It was composed during a biking holiday in spring in the vicinity of Dinant. It was first performed in Den Bosch under the direction of Anton Koene.
Quattro pezzi per sassofono alto.
These compositions are renderings of impressions gained in the Tarn area in France: Essai, Castelbouc, Causse, Grand Soleil.
They were first performed and recorded by saxophonist Jean Pennings.
Musica Sacra 1.
Music used for the initiation of an Entered Apprentice freemason. The work consists of six parts (1966).
Musica Sacra 2.
Music to accompany the promotion ceremony of an Entered Apprentice to Fellow Craft.
Musica Sacra 3.
Music to accompany the promotion of a Fellow Craft to the degree of Master Mason (1974). Three orchestral suites with many related themes, and also relations between tones and sound situations, which justify the use of the term ‘trilogy’. Performed by Het Brabants Orkest under the direction of André Vandernoot.
Scherzo voor beiaard en fanfare.
The third work from a group of compositions for carillon and wind instruments. It was originally composed in 1983 for brass band. The carillonneur is Arie Abbenes.
This is the second part from Symfonie 4. Text from ‘Lof der Zeevaart’, by Joost van den Vondel. Performed by Het Teresiakoor with orchestra from the town of Eindhoven.
This is the third part from Symfonie 4. Performed by Het Teresiakoor with orchestra from the town of Eindhoven.
Adaptation of Sonata opus 49, nr. 2 by van Beethoven (1976).
The reason for this composition - and no. 2 on this cd - was the need for works for piano and four-handed piano to be performed with amateur symphony orchestras.
The first performance of both compositions took place during concerts of the Gouds Symfonie Orkest. The orchestra of which Jan van Dijk was conductor for many years.
Soloist in composition no 1 was IJsbrand van Dijk, in no 2. - the four-handed sonata by Mozart - the soloists were the pianists IJsbrand van Dijk and Jan van Dijk (son and father).
Adaptation Sonata in D (4hnd) by Mozart (1980).
Both adaptations (1. and 2.) are illustrative for the numerous orchestrations which Jan van Dijk produced
for the Gouds Symfonie Orkest. A great number of them can be found in the FASO-library, some at Donemus and the others in the archive of the Stichting Jan van Dijk - Muziekwerken.
The pianists on the CD are IJsbrand and Jan van Dijk. The orchestra is conducted by Jan van Dijk.
Concertino 3 for piano and orchestra (1966).
A concise concertino in a melodious dodecaphonic sound spectrum. The orchestral setting is small. The performance of this Concertino is under the direction of Jan Out, the pianist is Joop Voorn.
Pianosonate 1 (1942)
This work was composed in the spirit of the times. In a musical idiom which the German occupier was reluctant to tolerate. After the liberation in 1945 it was first performed by George van Renesse in the USA.
On this cd Klaus Trapman is the pianist. He shows not only command over the melodic lines of the first sonate, but also the technique required for the introvert style of composing which is so characteristic for Jan van Dijk’s compositions at the end of the 20th century.
Two Scherzi per Pianoforte (1988).
According to the composer a tribute to Chopin and Schubert. Pianist: Klaus Trapman.
Sonatine 31 for piano (1983).
Sonatine 32 for Piano (1984).
Number 6 and 7 are sonatines with the length of compositions by Clementi. They are performed by the composer.
Sonatine 1 for Piano (1944).
A sound spectrum as in the first sonata: post-impressionistic. Pianist: Paul Prenen.
Six epilogues for two piano parts (1972).
The performing pianist first makes a recording of part 1 and then plays part 2 as a counterpoint to part 1, thus producing a duet as a single performer.
On this recording this is done by the two pianists: the late François Mollinger and Jacob Boogaard.
Tetrade/Deux Sites particuliers for Wood Orchestra (1994).
“Tetrade”, a suite for wind orchestra in four parts, is followed by a composition for an unusual scoring: For violin and wind orchestra: “Deux Sites particuliers”. The composition was inspired by a stay in some very characteristic regions in the south-east of France.
Both works are performed by Harmonie Koning Wilhelmina from Wamel in The Netherlands under the direction of Jan Bosveld. The violin solo is played by Marijn Drolsbach.
Sonata for Altorecorder and Harmonium (1993)
An unusual scoring. Played by Pieter van Veen (altorecorder) and Klaas Trapman (harmonium).
On the Banks of the River Waal (1989).
A symphonic poem for wind orchestra. A sound symbol of the area mentioned in the title through the use of ‘Leit-Motive’. It is performed by the Nationaal Jeugdharmonieorkest under the direction of Jan Cober.
Harmoniumbook 1 (numbers 2, 3, 5, 8) (1980).
“Silent meeting” is a phrase to characterize the musical atmosphere of the compositions in this Harmoniumboek 1 (Donemus). Klaas Trapman plays the harmonium.
In Brugge (1996).
Chamber music for flute, altosaxophone and piano. The two words in the title were taken from a verse by Guido Gezelle. The mottoes for the different parts were taken from poems by Guido Gezelle, too.
Musique à trois (1967).
For recorder, flute and harpsichord. The most is made of the musical possibilities of the ensemble, resulting in great temporal structures.
The ‘old-fashioned’ scoring with the ‘modern’ notes result in attractive suspenseful music. It is performed by Het Brabants Barokensemble.
Braconnage means poaching. If ‘Meister Johann’ had been added to the title it would have been evident that this is a cycle of waltzes à la Johann Strauss for clarinet, violin, viola and cello. Be it with an ironic intention.
Sonatina for clarinet and piano (1991).
A neo-classical work in a newish harmonic packaging; feasible for the well-trained amateur.
Pavane and Rondino for orchestra (1952).
The Pavane from 1952 will turn up later on in the serenade for wind players. The Rondino, a brief refrain, is the orchestration of a Rondo for four-handed piano from 1936. At that time it was composed for own use to be played with a classmate at secondary school. It is performed by Orkest van het Brabants Conservatorium under the direction of Jacques Wijnen in 1968.
Concerto for pianola and orchestra (1977).
Detailed information about the origin and nature of this composition can be found in the book ‘Pianola’s’ (ISBN902463929).
After the score for Pianola with symphony orchestra two more versions were produced: one for pianola with wind orchestra and one for pianola with brass band.
Short suite for orchestra (1961).
A strict twelve-tone composition in three parts for a small scoring. It is performed by Het Orkest van het Brabants Conservatorium under the direction of Louis Toebosch.
Adaptation of Beethoven’s Für Elise (1981).
It was written on the occasion of the Elisiade in Amsterdam, text by Drs. P (Heinz Polzer). In the performance of this composition an unlimited number of ‘volunteers’ can take part . At the Elisiade nearly one thousand did. Conductor: Jan Stulen.
Adaptation of the Rubensmars by P. Benoit (1951).
Benoit’s Rubenscantate dates from 1877. Van Dijk selected several fragments from that large work and re-orchestrated them for his own use. The Rubensmars is one of them.
Concert for pianola and wind orchestra (1983)
The pianola part is the same as in the scoring for symphony orchestra. It is performed by De Amsterdamse Politiekapel under the direction of G. Fokkema.
Adaptation of ‘Jack in the Box’ by Erik Satie (1956).
A posthumous work of Satie. In 1956 Jan van Dijk scored this pantomime-ballet for small symphony orchestra. The first part is played by the Gouds Symfonie Orkest under the direction of Jan van Dijk himself.
Adaptation of ‘Cinema’ by Erik Satie (1977).
An ‘entr’ acte cinématographique’. In a scoring specifically made for the Gouds Symfonie Orkest.
Ars Vivendi (1977).
A cantata for choir, orchestra and two speaking voices. It was composed on the occasion of the celebration of the 175th birthday of the Gouda Lodge. This is a recording of a performance of the first version in the family circle.
In 1981 a second, more elaborate version was written for choir, speaking voices and standard symphony orchestra.
In this second version the originally Dutch text by Joop Mulder is spoken and sung in English. The translation into English was made by Luud Bochem.
CDs 7, 8 and 9.
On these three cds Jan van Dijk is interviewed by François Mollinger in 1988. The music fragments are labeled by their titles, the interview fragments by the word ‘Text’.
Six symphonic epigrams by Willem Pijper.
Six symphonic epigrams by Willem Pijper (adapted for four pianos by Cor de Groot).
Cello sonata no. 2 by Willem Pijper.
Fragment from Sonata for 2 Pianos by Willem Pijper.
Fragment from Symfony nr. 3 by Willem Pijper.
Fragment from Symfonie nr. 3 by Willem Pijper.
Adaptation of Symfonie nr.3 by Willem Pijper.
Adapted for 2 pianos, eight hands by Jan van Dijk. This recording was played on 4 pianos.
Two sonatines by Jan van Dijk.
For number 1 (1944) see cd 4 number 8 and number 5, the first part (1955).
Fragment from Sonatina nr. 5 for piano by Jan van Dijk.
Symfonietta nr. 3 for orchestra by Jan van Dijk (1956).
The work consists of two parts: the first part a conventional composition, the second through melodicism related to the first part.
An impressionistic, harmonic tone. See cd 1 number 2.
A condensed version for pianola solo of the Concerto for Pianola and orchestra. (See also cd 1, number 8).
Concerto for Pianola and Orchestra by Jan van Dijk (1977) (See also cd 6, number 1).
Three choral works for mixed choir by Jan van Dijk:
a. Antwerpen. Text: Joost van den Vondel (1987).
b. Begräbnis. Text: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1945).
c. Temp’era. Text: Dante Alighieri (1968).
Motet for three choirs, by Jan van Dijk.
Two mixed choirs, one women’s choir. Texts by Joost van den Vondel, Frederik van Eeden and Anonymous.
Symphony nr. 6 by Jan van Dijk (1977).
A short symphony with a striking flute solo. Overall playing time is hardly ten minutes.
Triptych for alt saxophone and orchestra by Jan van Dijk (1985).
In three parts solo instrument and orchestra tell their story in sound through dialogues and harmonious interaction.
Première by Jean Pennings on saxophone, under the direction of Jan Stulen.
Synfonietta nr. 2 by Jan van Dijk (1952).
Originally composed as String Quartet no 2 in 1942, it was adapted for a small symphony orchestra in 1952. The Quartet was played by the Röntgen Quartet, the Synfonietta premiered in 1993 (!!!) on Hilversum Radio, under the direction of Ernest Bour.
Six Epilogues for two piano parts by Jan van Dijk (1972). See also cd 4, no 9.
Breaks in the Silence
Fifteen compositions by former students who followed their own path in composing music. They were offered to Jan van Dijk on the occasion of his 80th birthday.
1. Canto - Wim Dirriwachter
2. Eighty Sound Beats - Daan Manneke
3. In the morning Marc welcomes the Things - Madelaine van Dijk
4. Preludio - Henk Stoop
5. Greeting - Maria Jacobs
6. The Cellist and the Small Vesper-Bell - Jan Asselbergs
7. Nocturne - Theo de Best
8. Sonatina no. 6 - Ton van de Valk
9. Mirror - Kees Schoonenbeek
10. One zero from Europe - Sonja Mutsaerts
11. Toccata for those who live in cramped concitions - Roderik de Man
12. I will be brief - Jan van den Langenberg
13. Magic Spell - Hans Poort
14. ‘this is it’ - Jan de Vlaming
15. Six ‘kapitellen’ sur le nom de ‘Johan Hendrik’ - Gijs Meeuwsen
Waltz for Soprano Saxophone and Piano, Opus 883 (1995).
A brief waltz for saxophone and piano.
Concertino for Alto Recorder and Chamber Orchestra, Opus 258 (1958).
This concertino is proof of the fact that not only ‘old’, but also ‘new’ music can be played on a recorder.
Ordre, pour piano à quatre mains opus 203 (1953).
This piece of music contains various parts from a small opera which has never been performed. There is also a version of ‘Ordre’ as orchestral suite.
Little Suite for Recorders and Flutes, Opus 241 (1956).
Serenade e coda
The combination of different types of flutes creates a unique overall timbre.
Quatuor no. 6 pour 2 violons, alto et violoncello opus 875 (1994).
This is the sixth in a series of string quartets. The first one, Quartet 1 was completed just before World War II in 1940, Quartet no 10 was finished in 2003.
Sonatina for Alto Flute solo, Opus 172 (1952).
Preludio (Lento e espressivo)
Fuga (Andante con moto)
Thema con variationi (Allegro moderato)
Jaap Luyendijk played the first performance of this composition on the occasion of the unveiling of the statue by Zadkine in Rotterdam.
Two Pieces of Music for Mandolin and String Orchestra, Opus 300 (1961).
Con moto, non troppo vivo
During a concert tour through Switzerland the beauty of the Bodensee and Untersee inspired Jan van Dijk to write these two compositions.
Psalm 127 opus 101 (1945)
Vertroosting opus 91 (1944)
Op Jonckvrouw Isabel te Blon opus 98 (1945)
In spite of the hunger winter in Zuid-Holland during the final years of World War II, music was composed in that period. The first two compositions deal in two different ways with death … Psalm 127 places the freedom of mankind in the perspective of the Second World War.
Sainte- Cécile pour 4 clarinettes opus 650 a (1987).
Impression profonde (Andante giusto)
Dies Irae (Poco maestoso)
A version of this composition also exists for brass band, saxophone quartet and harmonium: ‘In the Albi Cathedral’.
Sonatine per pianoforte 12 (1968).
Sonatine 14 (1969).
Sonatinas 32 and 33 are musical expressions of the atmosphere in the years 1968 and 1969.
Three Arabesques for Oboe and Saxophone (2002).
Suzanne Lucker and Andreas van Zoelen (the ‘Spectrum Duo’) performed the three parts for the first time.
Small Organ Book, Opus 823 (1991).
Canzon, cadenza e coda
Composed to be performed on the organ of Oosthuizen; where, indeed, it was first performed.
5 Miniatures, Opus 870 (1994).
Moderato e espressivo
Allegretto poco maestuoso
Five short compositions for clarinet accompanied by, or rather in combination with harmonium or piano.
Bike ride, Five Sound Exercises for Piano, Opus 111 (1946).
River (Andante con moto)
Steps! (Allegro ma non troppo)
Apart from listening pleasure these sound exercises aim at joy of playing. The titles refer to the presence of water; sounding reactions on a bike ride around Slot Loevestein.
Coctail-party opus 244 (1975) - Jan Masseus en Jan van Dijk
Gin (Allegro poco vivace)
Cake (Allegretto - Siciliano ) JM
Parfait d’amour (Valse lente)
Cheese (Tempo di blues) JM
This composition was written for a recital which Jaap Spigt and Kees Otten were due to give in London. Jan van Dijk took care of the drinks and the late Jan Masseus for the appetizers. Hence the name of the work! (Originally with harpsichord)
Two songs (text: Maarten Mourik) opus 233/234 (1956)
Three dances for descant-recorders opus 446 (1967)
In Yugoslav mode (Poco allegro)
In Bulgarian mode (Andante con moto)
In Macedonian mode - Rachinitsa (Lento)
Three Eastern-European dances, to be played on a single flute, or by a line-up of flutes, a line-up as the voices in a choir.
Sonatina for Trumpet and Piano, Opus 867 (1994).
Suite, Opus 240 (1956).
A suite for 2 flutes and a Piano. A pleasure to hear, exciting to play.
Five ‘Kleengedichtjes’ (Text: Guido Gezelle), Opus 39 - 40 - 41 - 42 - 43 (1939).
’t Begijhofklokske (Andante)
De dood (Allegro)
De Leye (Allegretto)
De Zonne (Vivace)
t Is voorbij (Adagio molto)
The first “Guido Gezelle Songs” by Jan van Dijk date from 1939 in Brugge. The last three songs (Opus 1023) Jan wrote in 2003.
Brabette Opus 614 (1978)
This piece of music is a brief quartet for flutes, symphonically inspired. It can definitely be characterized as light. It was one of the results of the cooperation between Lucius Voorhorst and Jan van Dijk.
A Life in Art.
A portrayal on Dutch radio of Jan van Dijk from March 2003 in a series of portrayals of elderly Dutch artists. Dik Binnendijk was responsible for these radio programmes.
CD 14 - Jan van DIJK - MASONIC MUSIC
The numbers 1, 2 and 3 form the core of Jan van Dijk’s masonic compositions.
Musica Sacra 1.
Music to accompany the ceremony for the initiation of a candidate to the degree of Entered Apprentice.
Musica Sacra 2.
Music to accompany the ceremony for a candidate to be passed to the degree Fellowcraft.
Musica Sacra 3.
Music to accompany the ceremony for a candidate to be raised to the degree of Master Mason.
Ceremonial music for a ritual 1.
Ceremonial music for a ritual 2.
Ceremonial music for a ritual 3.
Ceremonial music for a ritual 4.
These works were composed for the ceremony on the occasion of the opening of a new building for the Lodge ‘De Waare Broederstrouw’ at Gouda.
‘Broederketen’ - Adaptation W.A. Mozart
Music for the element ‘Chain of Brotherhood’ in ‘Open Lodges’.
These are songs which can be sung during a banquet or supper. The aim of the numbers 8, 9, 10 (and 16) is to stimulate singing in the Lodge. Instrumental accompaniment encourage singing. For Temple and Court.
St. John Chorale.
Resignazione - Adaptation F. Liszt.
Parts of this composition can at will be used as building blocks.
Mourning Lodge 1.
Mourning Lodge 2.
Mourning Lodge 3.
The numbers 13, 14 and 15 are building blocks which can be performed during a Mourning Lodge.
This composition can be used in a promotion ceremony.
Building Block 1.
Building Block 2
The numbers 17, 18 and 19 are musical building blocks for ceremonies on the occasion of an initiation into an Lodge.
The numbers 20, 21 and 22 are works for the three steps to the First Degree (an alternative for the corresponding parts from number 1).
The numbers 1-16 and 20-22 shall apply to the Blue Degrees, 1, 2 and 3. The numbers 17-19 shall apply to the Lodges.
The numbers 1, 2 and 3 form the core of Jan van Dijk’s masonic compositions.
An Introduction into the Music of Jan van Dijk (as put together by the composer himself).
Synfonietta 3 for Orchestra.
Fragment: see CD1, number 2, O 27).
Sonatina for Organ (Opus 423, 1966).
Sonatine 4 for piano (Opus 202, 1953).
Written during a bike journey from Lyon to Avignon, dedicated to Marinus Flipse.
Theme with Variations for Piano (Opus 328, 1962).
Written during a bike journey in and around Antwerp. These 'variations' were often played by father and son Jan and IJsbrand van Dijk.
Three Etudes for Piano (Opus 869, 1994).
Five “Gezelle Songs” for Vocals and Piano (Opus 39 t/m 43, 1939).
(Fragment: See CD 12 Numbers 34 - 38; Zp 7)
’t Is voorbij
Rondo for Piano Four-handed (Opus 11, 1936)
Time of Year for Choir and Orchestra (Opus 93/141, 1944/1949)
(Fragment: See CD 2 number 3; KO 4 and KO 5)
Adaptation Sonata Opus 49/2 of Van Beethoven for Piano and Orchestra (Opus 595, 1976).
(Fragment: See CD 4 number 1; O 159)
Concertino for Violin and very small Orchestra (Opus 384, 1964).
(Fragment: See CD 1 number 5; SO 14)
Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano (Opus 204, 1953).
(Fragment: See CD 1 number 3; Km 15)
Concerto for Pianola and Orchestra (Opus 608, 1977).
(Fragment: See CD 6 number 1; PO 13)
A Further Introduction into the music of Jan van Dijk (as put together by the composer himself).
Sonata Number 1 for Piano (Opus 62, 1942).
(Fragment: See CD 4 number 4; P 8)
Symphony Number 6 for Orchestra (Opus 744, 1987).
(Fragment: See CD 9 number 2; O 196)
Blackbeard for Men’s Choir and Orchestra (Opus 201, 1953).
(Fragment: See CD 1 number 9; KO 12)
Marche et Valse for Piano Four-Handed (Opus 359, 1963).
Suite for two Flutes and Piano (Opus 240, 1956).
(Fragment: See CD 12 number 29; Km 21)
‘Wijding aan mijn vader’ (Opus 124, 1947)
(Fragment: See CD 1 number 4; Zo 6 and ZO 3)
‘Wat ben ik, dan een vogel in de schemering’ (Opus 96, 1945)
A Life in Art (Opus 234, 1956).
(Fragment: See CD 12 number 22; Zp 12)
String Quartet Number 6 (Opus 875, 1994).
(Fragment: See CD 11, number 15)
Sonatina 23, followed by a Fugue for Piano (Opus 648, 1980).
Both pieces were composed in Millau, France.
Two Scherzi for piano (Opus 959, 1998).
(Fragment: See CD 4 number 5; P 217)
Ricercare for organ (Opus 451, 1968).