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George Frederick Bristow   (1825 - 1898)

compositeur américain qui a plaidé pour une musique classique américaine plutôt que de favoriser des compositions européennes. Célèbre pour avoir été impliqué dans une controverse impliquant William Henry Fry et le New York Philharmonic Society.

Carrière musicale

Bristow est né le 19 décembre 1825 dans une famille de musiciens à Brooklyn, New York. Son père, William, un chef d'orchestre très respecté, pianiste et clarinettiste, enseigna à son fils le piano, l'harmonie, le contrepoint, l'orchestration et le violon. A 13 ans il commence sa carrière professionnelle comme violoniste à l'Olympic Theatre. Puis, George rejoint la section des premiers violons de l'Orchestre philharmonique de New York Society en 1843 à l'âge de dix-sept ans, et y resta jusqu'en 1879. Les dossiers du New York Philharmonic indiquent qu'il a été premier violon entre 1850 et 1853

En 1850, Bristow devint ensuite chef d'orchestre de deux organisations chorales, la Société harmonique de New York et l'Union Mendelssohn  (plus tard encore plusieurs choeurs d'église). En 1854, il a commencé une longue carrière comme professeur de musique dans les écoles publiques de New York. Il meurt à New York le 13 décembre 1898.
Tout au long de sa vie, Bristow fut un champion de la musique américaine et un nationaliste dans son choix de textes. La quantité et la qualité de sa musique chorale, bien que la plupart du temps ignorées par Grove, fait de Bristow un compositeur de chorale d'une grande importance historique.

Musique chorale de Bristow

On peut diviser en trois périodes la parution de son oeuvre:    
ses premières années, au cours desquelles la plupart des compositions sont instrumentales,                                                                                            la période intermédiaire à partir de 1852, au cours de laquelle il a écrit plus de quarante œuvres, plusieurs d'entre elles longues et imposantes,                                                                                                  la dernière période qui commence en 1879 avec sa démission  l'Orchestre philharmonique de New York. Sur les 135 compositions énumérées dans le mémoire de Rogers sur la musique de Bristow, un tiers sont chorales ou vocales. Sept de ses œuvres chorales sont des pièces chorales avec orchestre, et vingt-sept compositions sont de petits morceaux, dont la plupart ont été composés pour des chorales des églises qu'il dirigeait. Les deux courtes œuvres sacrées et les grandes compositions chorales avec orchestre sont répartis également entre la période intermédiaire et la dernière.

Choral/orchestral works

Période intermédiaire
Symphonie en fa dièse mineur, opus 26
Ode, opus 29, pour la première fois 1856 (soprano solo, voix de femmes et orchestre)
Louange à Dieu, opus 31/33, 1860
L'Oratorio de Daniel, opus 42, 1866
Le pionnier, une cantate grande, opus 49, 1872

Dernière pérode:
La grande RépubliqueOpus 47, 1880
Messe en do majeur, opus 57, 1885
Niagara Symphony. Opus 62, 1893
L'Oratorio de Daniel

Voir sur you tube . symph. N°3  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2oodWC7O_ms
                         symph. N 2  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ntUCJmE_sOI
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Oeuvres

La production compositionnelle de Bristow est divisée en trois périodes : ses premières années, au cours desquelles la plupart des compositions sont instrumentales ; la période médiane commençant en 1852, au cours de laquelle il écrivit plus de quarante œuvres, dont plusieurs longues et imposantes ; et la période tardive, commençant en 1879 avec la démission de Bristow du New York Philharmonic. Sur les 135 compositions répertoriées dans la thèse de Rogers sur la musique de Bristow, un tiers sont chorales ou vocales. Sept de ses œuvres chorales sont des pièces chorales/orchestrales et vingt-sept compositions sont des pièces plus petites, dont la plupart ont été composées pour des chœurs d'église qu'il dirigeait. Les courtes œuvres sacrées et les grandes compositions chorales/orchestrales sont également réparties entre les périodes intermédiaire et tardive.


Orchestre

Symphonie n° 1 en mi majeur, op 10 (1848)
Symphonie n° 2 en ré mineur, op 24 "Jullien" (1853)
Symphonie n° 3 en fa mineur, op 26 (1858)
Symphonie n° 4 "Arcadienne", op 50 (1872)
Symphonie n° 5 "Niagara", avec solistes et choeur, op 62 (1893)

Ouverture en mi majeur, op 3 (1845)
Serenade Waltz, for Columbia College Commencement (1849)
Captain Raynor's Quickstep (1849)
La Cracovienne, pour violon et orchestre, op 13 (1850) - révision su Duo concertante op 1 de 1844
Conte d'hiver, ouverture, op 30 (1856)
Columbus, ouverture, op 32 (1861)
Fantasie cromatica con fuga [arr. of J.S. Bach], op.53, 1879
Jibbenainosay, ouverture, op 64 (1889)


Musique de chambre

Duetto Concertante pour violon et piano, op 1 (1844)
Duo no.2 en sol mineur pour violon et alto (1845)
Duo no.3 en sol majeur pour violon et alto, op.8 (1845)
Quatuor à cordes n° 1 en fa majeur, op 1 (1849)
Quatuor à cordes n° 2 en sol mineur, op 2 (1849)
Sonate pour violon et piano en sol majeur, op 12 (1849)
Fantaisie sur des thèmes de "Zampa" pour violon et piano, op 17 (1844)
Friendship pour violon et piano, op.25, ?1855
The Judge, march pour piano et percussions, op.60, ?1886


Piano

Rory O'Moore, variations (1842)
La belle Amérique, nocturne, op 4 (1850)
Grand Waltz de Bravura, op 6 (1845)
Grand duo … sur … La fille du régiment, pf 4 hands, op. 5 ou op.7, 1845;
L'Etoile su Soir, nocturne, op. 7 ? !1884?)
La Sérénade nocturne, op. 8 (1850)
La Belle du jour, nocturne, op. 11
Septour [sic], pf duet, op.16, 1846;
Dream of the Ocean [arr. of J. Gungl] (1849);
Duo La fille du régiment, 2 pf, op.5, 1849;
Columbia Gran March (1849)
Andante et Polonaise, op 18 (1850)
A Life on the Ocean Wave, op.21, ?1852
Souvenir de Mount Vernon, grande valse brillante, op 29 (v. 1860)
Eroica, op.38, ?1865;
Raindrops, op.43, ?1867
La vivandière, op.51, ?1884
Dream Land, op 59 (v. 1863)
Saltarello [op.61], ?1886
March, op.69, ?1887
Marche-caprice, op.51 (1890)
School March, op.63 (Boston, 1893)
Impromptu [op.76], ?1894
Nearer my God to Thee, transcription for piano, op. 80 (1893)
Plantation Pleasures, op.82, ?1894
Plantation Memories no.2, op.83, ?1895
Plantation Memories no.3, ?1895


Orgue

[53] Interludes, in Melodia sacra: a Complete Collection of Church Music, ed. B.F. Baker, A.N. Johnson, and J. Osgood (Boston, 1852)
Pot pourri, op.28, 1856
Impromptu Voluntaries, op.45, pubd as 6 Pieces for the organ (1883)
6 Easy Voluntaries, op.72, in George F. Bristow's New and Improved Method for the Reed or Cabinet Organ (1887)


Musique religieuse

The Lord our God, sentence à 4 voix pour choeur et orgue, op 15 (1850)
I will arise, sentence pour choeur et orgue, op 23 (1855)
Praise to God, oratorio pour soli, choeur à 4 voix et orchestre, op 33 ou 31 (1860)
Burial Service, op. 34
Daniel, oratorio pour solistes, choeur mixte et orchestre, op 42 (1866)
Christ our Passover (Easter Anthem), op.39, ?1866
The Lord is in his holy temple (sentence), pour choeur et orgue, op.40, ?1866; rev. 1891
Hymn Tunes and Chants. Contains 14 hymn tunes and 12 chants in 4-part harmony., op.44
4 Offertories, pour choeur et orgue, op.48, ?1870
Evening Service (Bonum est and Benedic anima mea) pour choeur et orgue, op 36 (1865)
Evening Service en sol majeur pour choeur et orgue, op 56 (1885)
Morning Service (Te Deum, Jobilate, Kyrie) in E pour choeur et orgue, op 19 (1855)
Morning Service : Te Deum and Benedictus in B flat major, pour choeur et orgue, op 51 (1873
Morning Service : Te Deum and Jubilate pour choeur et orgue in C major, op 54 (1879)
Messe en ut majeur, pour solistes, choeur mixte et orchestre, op 57 (1885)
Morning Service : Te Deum and Jubilate in F major, pour choeur et orgue, op 58 (1881)
Christmas Anthem (Light flashing into the darkness) (J. Elmendorf), op.73, 1887
O bells of Easter morning, SATB, pf, in Tonic Sol-Fa Advocate(March 1887)
Where the holly boughs are waving, SATB, pf, in Tonic Sol-Fa Advocate(Nov 1887)
Easter Anthem, solo vv, SATB, org [op.77 et 78], ?1894
Except the Lord build the house, S, A, chorus, org [op.79], ?1894
Sweet is the prayer [after pf study by S. Heller], op.81, ?1894
Come ye that love the Saviour's name [after H. Praher]
I heard a voice from heaven, S, A, T, B, org
Oh that the salvation of Israel, SATB, pf/org
O Lord, thy mercy, my sure hope, SATB [op.76] (sketch)
There's rest for all in heav'n, 1v, pf


Opéras

Rip van Winkle (3 actes, livret de J.H. Wainwright), op 22 (1855)
King of the Mountains (livret de M.A. Cooney), op 80 (1894)


Musique vocale

Eleutheria, cantate (1849)
Ode pour soprano, choeur de femmes et orchestre, op 29 (1856)
The great Republic, ode the American Union pour solistes, choeur mixte et orchestre, op 47 (1880)
The Pioneer, cantate pour voix solistes, choeur mixte et orchestre, op 49 (1872)
The Bold Bad Baron, choeur d'hommes, op. 87 (1896)


Mélodies pour voix et piano

Thine eye hath seen the spot, ?1846, inc., part quoted in W.T. Upton: Art-Song in America (Boston, 1930/R1969 with suppl. 1938)
The Welcome Back (Boston, 1848)
I would I were a favorite flower, in The Message Bird: a Literary and Musical Journal (1 Dec 1849)
The opening day (W.H. Carew), glee, SATB, pf, in The Message Bird (15 Feb 1850)
The dawn is breaking o'er us, ?1852
Spring time is coming (Wainwright) (Springfield, MA, 1852)
The Abode of Music (M. Marseilles), canzonet, op.31, 1855
The Cantilena: a Collection of Songs, Duets, Trios and Quartetts (1861) [130 works]
Keep step with the music of the Union, unison vv, orch, 1862, vs in The Centennial School Singer, ed. G.H. Curtis and W.O. Bourne (1876)
Lily Song (1869)
A Song of the Hearth and Home (W.P. Durfee) (1869)
Only a little shoe (A.D.T. Cone) (1884)
Woman's Love, ?1887
The ghost came bobbing up (Shannon)
When morning's bright sun, 1v, orch
Two-part vocal exercises in different keys, op. 75 (v. 1890/95)


Ecrits

with F.H. Nash: Cantata, or Teacher of Singing (1866, enlarged 2/1868)
George F. Bristow's New and Improved Method for the Reed or Cabinet Organ (1887)
Bristow's Two-Part Vocal Exercises, op.75 (1890–95)




Shane a eu bien raison de nous parler de cet américain romantique. J'ai réécouté cette très belle 2ème symphonie...



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1Cj8eY4zx8


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en effet ..;dommage que sa discographie soit nulle!...même chez Naxos! Crying or Very sad

On trouve maintenant la symphonie n° 3 en fa chez Chandos (avec la peu connue 2ème symphonie de Barber)


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On la trouve maintenant sur youtube, cette symphonie n° 3 en fa dièse mineur, op. 26 (1858)



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Catalogue par n° d'opus (source : https://imslp.org/wiki/List_of_works_by_George_Frederick_Bristow


Works with Opus Number

Op.1 - Duetto concertante for violin and piano (Jan., 1844). NYPL has a manuscript score of 22 pages and manuscript part of 8 pages (holographs).
Op.1 - Quartetto for 2 violins, viola, cello (1849). NYPL has on microfilm 4 manuscript parts.
Op.2 - Quartetto for 2 violins, viola, cello (Dec., 1849). NYPL has on microfilm a manuscript score of 24 pages (holograph) and 4 manuscript parts.
Op.3 - Overture in E flat (Aug., 1845). NYPL has on microfilm a manuscript score of 41 pages (holograph) and 31 manuscript parts.
Op.4 - La belle Amerique, nocturne for piano (1850). Published (New York: S. Pearson, 1850).
Op.5 - Grand Duo on La fille du regiment for piano 4 hands (May, 1849). NYPL has a manuscript score of 38 pages (holograph) dated 1849 and a 43 page manuscript score (holograph) dated 1845. The latter is lacking the primo part for variation no. 2. Contents: Pesante - Thema - Var. 1 - Var. 2 - Var. 3 - Var. 4 - Adagio - Finale presto - Tempo maestoso.
Op.6 - Grand Waltz de Bravura (1845). Published (New York: Firth and Hall, 1845).
Op.7 - L'Etoile dur soir, nocturne for piano (1884?). Published (Philadelphia: Lee & Walker, ca. 1884) - note: Lee & Walker 1884 = reprint, as Lee & Walker no longer had an independent existence in 1884, was an imprint of JH? Ditson, and published only (almost entirely?) reprints of their earlier works.
Op.8 - La serenade, nocturne for piano (1850). Published (New York: Sidney Pearson, 1850).
Op.9 - ?
Op.10 - Symphony No. 1 in E flat major (1846?/Sept., 1848). NYPL has a manuscript score of 89 pages (holograph), a manuscript score of 28 pages (holograph) being a fragment of the first movement, a manuscript piano score of 9 pages of the first movement (holograph), and a manuscript score of 12 pages being a variant of the third movement (holograph).
Op.11 - La belle du jour, nocturne for piano. NYPL has manuscript(holograph) score of 7 pages.
Op.12 - Sonata for violin and piano. NYPL has a manuscript score of 29 pages (holograph) and manuscript part of 8 pages.
Op.13 - La cracoviene, fantasy for violin and orchestra (revision of op.1; Aug., 1850). NYPL has on microfilm a manuscript score of 17 pages and manuscript part of 8 pages, both holographs.
Op.14 - ?
Op.15 - To the Lord our God, sentence for SATB and organ (March, 1850). NYPL has on microfilm four manuscript scores (holographs) and 8 manuscript parts.
Op.16 - Septour[sic] (Oct., 1846). NYPL has a 19 page manuscript part for the piano.
Op.17 - Fantasie on themes from L.J.F. Hérold's Zampa (1844). NYPL has on microfilm two manuscript scores of 30 and 18 pages (holographs) and one manuscript part of 14 pages (copyist's). Contents: Andantino - Andante - Thema grazioso - Var. 1 - Var. 2nd - Var. 3rd - Var. 4 - Adagio con expressione - Finale allegretto.
Op.18 - Andante et Polonaise (Mainz: Schott, 1860).
Op.19 - Morning Service in E flat major: Te Deum, Jubilate, Kyrie (1855). Published (New York: Geo. F. Bristow, ca. 1855). Te Deum published (New York: R.A. Saalfield, 1888).
OP.20 - ?
Op.21 - A Life on the Ocean Wave for piano (1852). NYPL has a manuscript score of 15 pages (holograph).
Op.22 - Rip Van Winkle (opera in 3 acts, libretto by John Howard Wainwright after Washington Irving, 1852-5). Revised 1878-82 (libretto rev. by J.W. Shannon). NYPL has a manuscript instrumental score in 3 volumes (holograph) and 19 manuscript vocal parts from the 1855 version, 27 manuscript instrumental parts from the revised 1880 version, a manuscript vocal score of the 1855 version in 3 volumes (holograph), as well as fragments of manuscripts. The vocal score based on the revised 1878 libretto was published (New York: G. Schirmer, 1882) and reprinted (New York: Da Capo Press, 1991). The reprint included a new edition of the 1878 libretto. The original libretto was published (New York: Wardle Darcie, 1855).
Op.23 - I Will Arise, Sentence for SATB and organ (1853?). NYPL has on microfilm 7 manuscript vocal parts with organ cues (4 holographs and 3 copyist's manuscripts).
Op.24 - Symphony No. 2 in D minor Jullien sinfonia (1854). Written for Louis Antoine Jullien. First performance: NY Philharmonic under Jullien, March 1, 1856. NYPL has on microfilm a manuscript score of 92 pages (holograph). Has been recorded on LP (with symphony 4 Op.50 I believe, conducted by Karl Krueger) and reissued in a new AR Editions publication (see here).
Op.25 - Friendship, morceau for violin and piano (1855). NYPL has on microfilm a manuscript score of 11 pages (copyist's) and manuscript part of 2 pages (holograph).
Op.26 - Symphony No. 3 in F sharp minor (Aug., 1858). NYPL has on microfilm a manuscript score of 96 pages (holograph) and 44 manuscript parts. The Library of Congress has a manuscript score of 96 leaves. First performance: March 26, 1859, by the Philharmonic Society of New York, Carl Bergmann, conductor, at Niblo's Garden.
Op.27 - ?
Op.28 - Potpourri for the organ (April, 1856). NYPL has on microfilm a manuscript score of 18 pages (holograph).
Op.29 - Ode for soprano, chorus (SSA), and orchestra (1856?). NYPL has an orchestral score of 11 pages (holograph) and 15 manuscript parts for soprano and instruments(copyist's). Also a manuscript vocal score with piano accompaniment of 11 pages (holograph). Written for O.U.A. celebration Jan. 8. 1856.
Op.29 - Souvenir de Mount Vernon for piano (1861).
Op.30 - Overture to A Winter's Tale (Feb., 1886 or 1866?). NYPL has a manuscript score of 24 pages (holograph), 12 manuscript parts, and six pages of sketches.
Op.31 - Canzonett: The Abode of Music for high voice and piano (libretto by Marguerite Marseilles; July, 1855). NYPL has on microfilm two manuscript scores of 6 pages each, both holographs.
Op.31 - Gloria Patri, Praise to God, oratorio for soloists, SATB chorus, orchestra. First performance: New York Harmonic Society, March 2, 1861.
Op.32 - Overture to Columbus (Jan., 1861; first performance: NY Philharmonic, Nov. 17, 1865) - from an unfinished opera. NYPL has 50 manuscript parts and a manuscript piano score of 16 pages (holograph).
Op.33 - Praise to God, Oratorio (vocal score of Op.31). Published (Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1860). NYPL has on microfilm a manuscript orchestral score with choral cues of 179 pages (holograph) and 24 manuscript parts for instruments only.
Op.34 - Burial Service. NYPL has on microfilm manuscript sketch of 3 pages consisting of text written on music manuscript paper with bar lines indicated.
Op.35 - ?
Op.36 - Evening Service: Bonun est and Benedic anima mea for SATB chorus and organ (1865). NYPL has on microfilm a manuscript score of 14 pages and 4 manuscript parts (holographs).
Op.37 - ?
Op.38 - Eroica for piano. NYPL has on microfilm a manuscript score of 8 pages (holograph).
Op.39 - Christ our Passover: an Easter Anthem for SATB chorus and organ (1866?/1885). Published New York: William A. Pond, ca. 1885. NYPL has on microfilm a copyist's manuscript score of 15 pages and 4 manuscript parts for the first two selections (holograph).
Op.40 - The Lord in His Holy Temple, sentence for SATB and organ (July, 1865/rev. April, 17, 1891). NYPL has a manuscript score of 5 pages and 2 manuscript parts (holograph). Published (New York: H. C. Watson, 1866). Also has a manuscript score of 4 pages and 4 manuscript parts. A version with bass solo as published (Boston: O. Ditson Co., 1893).
Op.41 - ?
Op.42 - Daniel, oratorio for soloists, SATB chorus, and orchestra (libretto by W.A. Hardenbrook, first performance: New York, Dec. 30, 1867, libretto published 1867). NYPL has a manuscript score of 267 pages (holograph) available on microfilm and 26 manuscript parts also available on microfilm. The work has been edited by David Griggs-Janower and published (Madison: A-R Editions, 1999). NYPL also has a 238 page manuscipt vocal score (holograph).
Op.43 - Rain Drops, for piano. NYPL has a manuscript score of 9 pages (holograph).
Op.44 - Hymn Tunes and Chants. Contains 14 hymn tunes and 12 chants in 4-part harmony. Hymn tune no. 11 includes words. The chants are also included in the set of 100 Chants. NYPL has on microfilm a manuscript close score of 5 pages (holograph).
Op.45 - 6 Pieces for the organ, Impromptu Voluntaries. NYPL has a manuscript score of 11 pages (holograph). Published (New York: G. Schirmer, ca. 1883).
Op.46 - ?
Op.47 - The Great Republic, Ode to the American Union (libretto by W.O. Bourne) cantata for soloists, SATB, and orchestra. First performance: Brooklyn Philharmonic Society, May 10, 1879. (Vocal score published New York: Biglow & Main, 1880). NYPL has a manuscript orchestral score of 66 pages for the overture (holograph) and 34 manuscript instrumental parts excluding the overture and sections 8 and 9. The Library of Congress has an autograph full score of 137 pages.
Op.48 - Offertories for SATB chorus, Nos. 1-4 (1870?). NYPL has on microfilm manuscript of 1 page and 4 manuscript parts (holographs) for each number. No.1, No.2, No.3, and No.4.
Op.49 - The Pioneer (cantata for solo soprano and bass, SATB chorus, orchestra, libretto by H. C. Watson, 1872). NYPL has on microfilm 6 manuscript parts for solo soprano, bass, and chorus (SATB) with instrumental cues.
Op.50 - The Arcadian Symphonie (1872; first performance: NY Philharmonic, Feb. 14, 1874). NYPL has a manuscript vocal score of 141 pages (holograph), a manuscript score of 192 pages (holograph) and 57 manuscript parts. First three movements are the same as the orchestral introduction to Op.49.
Op.51 - Marche-caprice for piano (1890). Published (New York: G. Schirmer, ca. 1890. Plate 8067).
Op.51 - La Vivandiere, march for piano (1884?). NYPL has a manuscript score of 4 pages (holograph).
Op.51 - Morning Service in B-flat major (Te Deum and Benedictus). Published (New York: W. A. Pond, 1873).
Op.52 - ?
Op.53 - Fantasie cromatica con fuga, Orchestration of J.S. Bach's Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue. (1879/89?). NYPL has a manuscript score of 48 pages(holograph) and 64 manuscript parts. Also available on microfilm.
Op.54 - Morning Service in C major: Te Deum and Jubilate for chorus and organ. Published (New York: W. A. Pond, ca. 1879).
Op.55 - ?
Op.56 - Evening Service in G: Cantate Domino and Deus misereatur for unaccompanied chorus SATB (1885). NYPL has on microfilm 4 manuscript parts.
Op.57 - Mass in C major, soloists, chorus SATB, orchestra (1885). NYPL has manuscript orchestral score of 139 pages (holograph), a manuscript vocal score of 87 pages (13 page Kyrie is engraved) for chorus and organ, in Latin and English (holograph), a manuscript vocal score of 102 pages (13 page Kyrie is engraved) for chorus and organ, in Latin and an English translation that varies from the previous entry, and has 24 manuscript parts (holograph) for the Benedictus in Latin and English. NYPL also has 4 manuscript parts (holograph) for the Gloria (vocal parts only, in Latin)
Op.58 - Morning Service in F major: Te Deum and Jubilate for chorus SATB and organ (1881). NYPL has a manuscript score of 8 pages (holograph). Published by the composer in 1881.
Op.59 - Dream land, for piano (1885). NYPL has two manuscript scores of 4 and 5 pages (holographs).
Op.60 - The Judge, march for piano and percussion (1886).
Op.61 - Saltarello for piano (1886).
Op.62 - Niagara: symphony for grand orchestra and chorus (1893, first performance: Manuscript Society, Carnegie Hall, April 11, 1898). NYPL has a manuscript score of 57 pages for piano 4 hands for all but the fourth movement (holograph), a manuscript orchestra score with choral cues of 154 pages (holograph), two manuscript vocal scores with piano accompaniment of 80 pages and 77 pages, apparently being two copies of the fourth movement (holograph), 68 manuscript pages of sketches (holograph), a manuscript orchestra score of 159 pages (holograph) dated Sept. 1, 1893, and 42 manuscript instrumental parts (holograph).
Op.62 - Saltarello for piano. NYPL has a manuscript score of 4 pages (holograph).
Op.63 - School March for piano (1893). Published (Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1893).
Op.64 - Overture to Jibbenainosay (1886; first performance: Harlem Philharmonic, NY, March 6, 1889). NYPL has 40 manuscript parts (mostly holographs) and a 12 page manuscript piano score with instrumental indications(holograph).
Op.65 to 68 - ?
Op.69 - March, for piano. NYPL has a manuscript score of 3 pages (holograph).
Op.70 - ?
Op.71 - ?
Op.72 - Six Easy Voluntaries for the Cabinet Organ. NYPL has a manuscript score of 4 pages (holograph). No. 4 appears to be incomplete.
Op.73 - Light Flashing into the Darkness, Christmas Anthem (words by Rev. Joachim Elmendorf, 1887) for chorus and organ. NYPL has on microfilm a manuscript score of 15 pages(holograph).
Op.74 - ?
Op.75 - Two-part vocal exercises in different keys (ca. 1890-5). NYPL has a manuscript score of 28 pages (holograph). Includes 95 two-part exercises and 5 three-part exercises for children's voices. Published (New York: J. Van Loan, ca. 1895).
Op.76 - Impromptu for piano (1883/1894). NYPL has an incomplete manuscript score of 3 pages (holograph).
Op.76? - Oh Lord thy mercy my sure hope for SATB, sketch only.
Op.77/78 - Once more we greet with gladsome hearts, Easter Anthem for soloists, mixed chorus, and organ (1893). NYPL has an incomplete manuscript score of 12 pages (holograph) with 5 pages of sketches. Published as Op.78 (New York: William A. Pond, ca. 1893).
Op.79 - Except the Lord build the house, anthem for chorus and organ (1894?). NYPL has on microfilm a manuscript score of 11 pages.
Op.80 - Nearer my God to Thee, transcription for piano. Published (Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1893).
Op.80 - The King of the Mountains, opera (libretto by Myron A. Cooney, incomplete, 1894). NYPL has a manuscript vocal score of 114 pages (holograph).
Op.81 - Sweet is the prayer(after the piano etude op.46 no.19 by Stephen Heller, 1890). NYPL has three manuscript scores (holographs) consisting of a 9 page manuscript score for SATB and organ, a 7 page manuscript score for SATB and organ, and a 7 page manuscript score for SATB, horn in E flat, and organ
Op.82 - Plantation Pleasures: morceau characteristique for the piano (1894). NYPL has on microfilm a manuscript score of 11 pages with 8 pages of sketches (holographs). Published (Boston: Oliver Ditson, ca. 1894).
Op.83 - Plantation Memories No.2, for piano. NYPL has a manuscript score of 8 pages with 7 pages of sketches (holograph).
Op.87 - The Bold Bad Baron, for unaccompanied male voices. Once source gives Op.87 another no opus number. NYPL has one manuscript score of 10 pages and one close score of 9 pages, both holographs.



Works without Opus Number

Choral Works

Keep Step with the Music of Union, for mixed chorus and orchestra (April, 1862). NYPL has a 5 page manuscript orchestra score (holograph) and 18 manuscript parts (copyist's). Vocal score published (New York: H.B. Dodworth, 1862).
Call John, for unaccompanied mixed chorus. NYPL has on microfilm a 3 page manuscript score (holograh).
Come ye that love the Saviour's name, for soprano solo, SATB chorus, organ. NYPL has on microfilm a 6 page manuscript score (holograph).
How excellent is thy loving kindness, for SATB chorus and orchestra (1866?). NYPL has a 19 page manuscript vocal score with piano accompaniment (holograph).
The great republic: additional part after the overture - Contents Allegretto: Religioso (Heavenly Father grant Thy blessing) -- Allegro -- Andante (Now Jesus bless this Western earth), for men's chorus TTBB and orchestra. NYPL has a 13 page manuscript score and 40 manuscript parts (holographs). NYPL also has a 7 page vocal score with piano (holograph). This material was not included in the published vocal score.
I heard a voice from heaven, for SATB and organ. NYPL has on microfilm a 2 page manuscript score and 4 manuscript parts (holographs).
Chants. NYPL has a manuscript close score of 21 pages and a manuscript part of 2 pages (both holographs). Score contains 100 short chants in 4-part harmony with the name of the tune or composer indicated for some. Soprano part exists for 25 selected chants. Only the soprano part contains English words (in pencil) to the Gloria Patri (Chant 27).
Jubilate Deo by Samual Jackson (1818-1885) arranged by Bristow, for chorus and organ. NYPL has one close manuscript of 2 pages and 4 manuscript parts.
St. John's Collection. NYPL has a manuscript score of 24 pages (holograph). Arrangements by Bristow of hymns chiefly for SATB and organ, some without words. Named for St. John's Chapel, Hudson Square.
When His Salvation Bringing, for unaccompanied mixed chorus (March 7, 1872). NYPL has a manuscript close score of one page (holograph).


Songs

The Irish Brigade, for voice and piano (B.O'Connor, 1863). Published (New York: John J. Daly, 1864).
The dawn is breaking o'er us, for high voice and piano (Thomas Moore). NYPL has on microfilm a 10 page manuscript score (holograph).
The ghost came bobbing up, for medium voice and piano (J. W. Shannon). NYPL has a 3 page manuscript score (holograph).
There's rest for all in heav'n, for mezzo soprano and piano. NYPL has two manuscript scores of 6 pages each (holographs).
When Mornings Bright Sun, for high voice and orchestra or piano. NYPL has a manuscript of the instrumental score of 7 pages and a vocal score for voice and piano of 4 pages (holographs).
Woman's Love, for medium voice and piano (George Cooper). NYPL has a manuscript score of 5 pages that includes orchestral cues (holograph). Published (New York: J. Van Loan & Co., 1883).
Lily, for voice and piano (George W. Birdseye). Published (New York: Dodworth, 1869).
Hark, Through the Air: A Dirge to the Memory of the Late Hon. Henry Clay (1852, Miss Jean L. Bruce). Published (New York: Wm. Vanderbeek, 1852).
I Would I Were a Favorite Flower (Emerald T. Wilson). Published (New York: Sidney Pearson, 1850).
My Mother's Old Portrait (George Cooper). Published (New York: E.H. Harding, 1881).
Only a Little Shoe (Alice Della Tore Cone). Published (New York: J. Van Loan & Co., 1884).
Spring Time is Coming (J. Howard Wainwright). Published (Springfield, MA: Sarles and Adey, 1852).
The Bright Chain is Broken (Carlos D. Stuart). Published (New York: Sidney Pearson, 1851).
The Welcome Back (Eliza Cook). Published (Boston: W. H. Oakes, 1848).
Thine Eye Hath Seen the Spot (A.W. Fenno). Published (New York: Firth and Hall, 1846).


Orchestral Works

Captain Raynor's Quickstep, for orchestra (1849). NYPL has on microfilm a 6 page manuscript score (holograph).
Serenade Waltz for Columbia College Commencement (1849). NYPL has a manuscript score of 9 pages (holograph).
Waltz for Columbia College. NYPL has a manuscript score of 6 pages (holograph).


Chamber Works

Duo No. 2 for Violin and Viola (Sept., 1845). NYPL has on microfilm a 12 page manuscript score (holograph).
Duo No. 3 for Violin and viola (Dec., 1845). NYPL has on microfilm a 15 page manuscript score (holograph).
Organ Works
Introduction and Fugue. NYPL has an incomplete 3 page manuscript (holograph).


Piano Works

The great republic: allegretto. NYPL has a 3 page manuscript score (holograph). This was not included in the published vocal score.
La Louise. NYPL has a manuscript score of 3 pages (holograph).
March Columbus. NYPL has a manuscript score of 3 pages (holograph). Incomplete(?).
Plantation Memories No.3. NYPL has on microfilm a manuscript score of 14 pages with 13 pages of sketches (holograph).
Geo. F. Bristow's "Ideas," Feb., 1857. NYPL has a manuscript score of 29 pages.
Passion Flower Waltz. Published (New York: C.G. Christman, 1845). Library of Congress copy is missing pages 4 and 5.
Dream on the Ocean, Waltz. Arranged for piano by Bristow. Published (New York: William A. Pond, 1849?).
General Bertand's Quickstep. Arranged for piano by Bristow. Published (New York: Firth & Hall, 1843).
Tripler Schottisch. Published (New York: Sidney Pearson, 1850).
Dandy Jim from Caroline with Variations. Published (New York: C. G. Christman, 1845).
Columbia Grand March (1849). Published (New York: Sidney Pearson, 1849).
Isle of Sheppy Waltzes (1840). Published (New York: Firth and Hall, 1840).
Rory O'Moore with Variations. Published (New York: Firth and Hall, 1842).
The Boatman's Dance with Variations. Published (New York: C.G. Christman, 1844).
Zip Coon with Variations. Published (New York: Firth and Hall, 1840).


Pedagogical Works, Works as editor/arranger

Geo. F. Bristow's new and improved method for the reed or cabinet organ (New York: R. A. Saalfield, ca. 1887).
The music of the church: a collection of psalm, hymn, and chant tunes adapted to the worship of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States by J.M. Wainwright. (New York: Stanford & Swords, 1855). "The harmonies of all the tunes have been carefully corrected by Mr. George F. Bristow ..." Page vi.
The Cantilena: a collection of songs, duets, trios and quartettes (New York: Abbey & Abbot, 1861). Songs arranged with piano accompaniment.
Ferd. Beyer's school for the piano-forte designed for the exclusive use of young students and dedicated to mothers of families containing the principles of music in 106 examples, studies, gamuts, exercises, and choice easy pieces (New York: William A. Pond, 1851). Translated and adapted by Bristow.
The cantara, being a choice selection of solos, duets, trios, and quartetts, from the best masters, for the use of seminaries and schools in city and country (New York: A. S. Barnes & Co., 1867, 1873). Edited and arranged by Francis H. Nash and Geo. F. Bristow.
The cantara [no. 2], being a choice selection of solos, duets, trios, and quartetts from the best masters, for the use of seminaries and schools in city and country (New York: A. S. Barnes & Co., 1868, 1870). Edited and arranged by Francis H. Nash and Geo. F. Bristow.
Spohr's grand violin school, containing his...treatise on the structure and arrangement of the violin...added a selection of popular airs arranged as duetts for two violins (New York: Firth, 1851). Edited by Bristow.



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