The origin of the latter is fixed in 1799, by its association with a sketch for the Quartets, op. 18.
Perhaps the most brilliant and extended of the valses is op. 42.
op. 11, and an 252 overture, Cervantes, which owed its first performance to the encouragement and help of von Blow.
His collections of flower-songs (op. 26) I confess not liking.
This polonaise appears as op. 71 in the collection of posthumous works.
For piano solo, there is a group of three Miniatures (op. 7).
His best productions are the Twelve Caprices (op.7), which for pieces of that kind have every claim to consideration.
The Rondo, op. 73, was not originally written for two pianos.
op. 24, Eugene Oniegin, lyric scenes, in three acts and seven scenes.
Paganini's op. 1, was published by Ricordi about the year 1820.