Trio in G for three flutes (probably spurious). Vox Box CDX 5000. Rampal’s recording of this Trio in G can be found on this CD set.
Cadenza for Piano Concerto Nr. 1, third movement (not included in Biamonti 506, which is the three cadenzas for the first movement, written in 1809), now catalogued as Gardi 29, contained on the Toscanini/Horowitz sketch leaves which likely belong to the sketchbook Autograph 19e, dating from late spring/early summer 1800. CBS MK 42177, Murray Perahia, piano, Bernard Haitink conducting the Concertgebouw Orchestra. Perahia’s recording is available here.
String Quartet in B minor for Richard Ford (Pencarrow Quartet). Performed by the Ysaye Quartet on the Ysaye label. That CD can be found here. It also is found on “Forgotten Works for String Quartet” performed by the Covington String Quartet from Monument Records. The Covington disc is available here.. This piece is now catalogued in the New Kinsky-Halm as WoO 210.
String Quintet in A after the Kreutzer Sonata, op. 47, described as a “contemporary anonymous arrangement, possibly by Ludwig van Beethoven or Ferdinand Ries,” played by L’Archibudelli on period instruments, Sony SK 48076. That quintet is available on this Sony Vivarte CD.
Piano Concerto nr. 4 in G, op. 58, arranged for piano and string quintet by Beethoven in 1807, is available on Robert Levin’s set of the piano concertos with John Eliot Gardiner on DGG Archiv 459 622-2. The set is available here.
8 short sketchbook fragments:
Fugue Exposition C minor (1796) Kafka folio 119v staves 2-5
Menuet in C major (1794-5), now catalogued as WoO 218
Piano Piece C major (1793-4) (Kafka Miscellany, folio 47v staves 5-8)
Andante in B flat major (1793-4) Fischhof Miscellany folio 47v
Piano Piece D minor (1793) Kafka Miscellany, folio 160r staves 1-6
Menuet in D major (1793) Kafka Miscellany, folio 39r staves 1-4
Piano Piece A major (1793) Kafka Miscellany, folio 41v, staves 13-16
Piano Piece (Menuet) in D minor (179-2?) Gardi 10, from Fischhof Miscellany folio 2r
appear played by Anatol Karemacher, piano on Raptus Records 389.02.88 recorded 1988
The following uncatalogued pieces are performed by Steven Beck on Beethoven: Cameos for Piano, Monument Records 03.04.01:
Piano Piece in C (Kafka Miscellany, folio 47v staves 5-8)
Piano Piece in A (Kafka Miscellany, folio 41v, staves 13-16)
Piano Piece in A (Kafka Miscellany, folio 160r, staves 1-6)
Piano Piece in A (Kafka Miscellany, folio 47v, staves 13-16)
Piano Piece in G (Fischhof Miscellany, folio 53v)
“Bagatelle Nr. 7” [Biamonti 283]
“Bagatelle Nr. 11” [Biamonti 275]
This CD can be obtained directly from Monument Records.
These uncatalogued pieces are performed by Sergio Gallo on CD 34 of the Naxos Beethoven Complete Edition:
Piano Piece (Alla marcia) in C (Kafka Miscellany, folio 47v staves 5-8) [misidentified as being from f.119v]
Piano Piece (Allegro giocoso) in A (Kafka Miscellany, folio 41v, staves 13-16)
Piano Piece (Allegro) in A (Kafka Miscellany, folio 160r, staves 1-6)
Piano Piece (Presto) in A (Kafka Miscellany, folio 47v, staves 13-16)
Piano Piece (Allegretto) in G (Fischhof Miscellany, folio 53v)
These uncatalogued pieces are performed by Tobias Koch on period instruments on CD 99 of the DG BTHVN 2020 – Beethoven The New Complete Edition [123 CD].
Piano Piece (Allegretto) in A minor/A (Kafka Miscellany, folio 47v staves 11-16). This is a longer version of the piece found on the Karemacher, Beck and Gallo CDs.
Piano Piece in A (Kafka Miscellany folio 160r staves 1-6)
Piano Piece in A (Kafka Miscellany folio 41v staves 13-16)
Piano Piece in C (Kafka Miscellany folio 47v staves 5-8)
An uncatalogued Minuet in D (Kafka Miscellany 39r, staves 1-4) appears on Dance Music for Piano, played by Steven Beck, Monument Records 02.03.01. This CD can be obtained directly from Monument Records.
A piece in F minor, from the Kullak sketchbook f.52v, is notable for possibly being the last piano composition completed by Beethoven in 1826 before his death. It is performed in two different recordings by Tobias Koch. One, using a score prepared by The Unheard Beethoven, is found on CD 99 of the DG BTHVN 2020 – Beethoven The New Complete Edition [123 CD]. The other appears on Koch’s album Ludwig van Beethoven: Complete Piano Pieces by Tobias Koch in a score prepared by Peter McCallum. The Unheard Beethoven version is significantly slower and mournful, but both are quite lovely renditions on period instruments.
Gardi 2 or KH2 Unv 8, Duo for Viola and Cello in E flat, is performed by Sofia Kim and Maria Gudmunsdottir on CD 60 of the Naxos Beethoven Complete Edition. Daniel Hope and Daniel Müller-Schott perform this duo on CD 100 of the DG BTHVN 2020 – Beethoven The New Complete Edition [123 CD].
Gardi 10, Minuet in D minor, is performed by John Kersey on Romantic Discoveries Recordings RDR CD19. A revised version by L. Bisgaard, is performed by Carl Petersson on Military Beethoven. Gardi 10, from Fischhof Miscellany folio 2r appears played by Anatol Karemacher, piano on Raptus Records 389.02.88 recorded 1988.
Gardi 25, Una paloma blanca, first version as a duet (1816) of WoO 158a/19 (KH2 WoO 158/19), is performed by Paula Sophie Bohnet on CD 84 of the Naxos Beethoven Complete Edition.
Gardi 26, Sketches for the Diabelli Variations, are performed by Mario Alcantara on a Brazilian SACD/CD from Sui Generis, SGSA001, which may be found here.
A fragment of a Viola sonata in A, transcribed by Karl Holz from a now-lost sketchbook, is performed by Paul Silverthorne and David Owen Norris on Beethoven by Arrangement Volume One: Works for Viola and Piano. Holz’s copy is apparently held in the library of the University of Frankfurt. This CD is available here.This 20-second fragment is different from the Sonata in A Hess 46.