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List of compositions

Orchestral works:

Fjouwer Amerijen (4 Mariasongs) op. 3 (1924)
First Orchestral Suite Fourth Orchestral Suite -30 voices- op. 31 (1932)
Symphonic Poem Skiermûntseach -32 voices-and male quartet op. 35A (1933)
Symphonic Poem Skiermûntseach -18 voices- op. 35B (1949)
Divertimento in C major -18 voices- op. 55 (1953)
Waltz from “De schatten van de Lutine”
(the treasures of the Lutine) -24 voices- op. 20 (1931)
Ouverture “In Honorem Bolsvardiæ” -18 voices- op. 58 (1953)
In Memoriam Karst Dijkstra -17 voices- op. 53 (1951)
Suite for small orchestra -14 voices- op. 72 (1969)

Solo and Orchestra:

Andante for cello and small orchestra in g minor op. 21 (1929)
Romance for violin and orchestra in C major -18 voices- op. 6 (1925)
Concertino for violin and small orchestra in a minor op. 70 (1967)
Declamatorium after the Proloque of “De Hora’s fan Hastings” op. 39 (1939)
a: declamatorium with piano b: declamatorium with orchestra

Choir music with accompainment:

Cantata “Ontwaakt, Gij die slaapt” (Dutch text) op. 27 (1931)
soprano, alto, tenor, soli, mixed choir and organ

Psalm 57:2 for mixed choir and wind (fanfare) orchestra op. 37 (1936)

Stage music after “Simson” by Fedde Schurer -16 voices- op. 51 (1947)
(Dutch & Frisian text) solo voices, mixed choir and small orchestra

Commemorate cantate “Wer binn’ de fjilden grien” (Again the
fields are green) textes by D.A.Tamminga & Fedde Schurer
declamation, mixed choir and orchestra -12 voices- op. 32 (1949)

Commemorate cantate “De fyftsjinde April” (April 15th) op. 54 (1951)
contralto solo, declamation, mixed choir and orchestra -12 voices-

Music after the festive commemoration of Gysbert Japicx op. 68 (1965)

Opera, operette:

“De Schatten van de Lutine” (the treasures of the Lutine) op. 20 ( 1929)
Operette in 3 acts on Dutch text; soli, mixed choir,
string-orchestra, piano and organ

“De Jonkerboer” (The Young Noblemansfarmer) op. 50 (1946)
Opera in 2 acts after “Rimen en teltsjes” by the Halbertsma’s brothers;
Libretto: Dr.Y.Poortinga; soli, mixed choir and orchestra

Choir à capella:

op. 1 (1922); 5 & 7 (1925); 16 (1927); 26 (1930-31); 69 (1960); 77 (1971)
49 different songs on Frisian text for mixed choir

op. 24 (1924): 4 songs for women choir on Frisian text by P.J.Troelstra

Chambermusic:

Stringquartet nr. 1 in G major op. 10 (1926)
Stringquartet nr. 2 in d minor op. 28 (1931- 1943)
Stringquartet “In Memoriam” for 3 soldiers from Canadian Army (1943)
Sonate in d minor for violin and piano op. 46 (1942)
Suite in d minor “Yn âlde styl” (In old stile) op. 40 (1935)
for quinton, viola d’amnore, tenor- and basgamba and cembalo
Trio for oboe, clarinet and bassoon in B flat major op. 65 (1957)

2 trio’s for oboe, clarinet and bassoon in F major and B flat major op. 62 (1956)
based on 2 Frisian folk-songs; reconstructed by Dirk Meijer

Music for Keyboardinstruments:

3 Sonatines for piano in C major op. 58 (1944-1952)
Preludium in b flat minor for organ op. 41 (1937)
Suite for organ no opus(1951)

Solosongs:

about 50 songs for different solovoice and piano on Frisian textes by O.Postma,
P.van der Burg, Rixt, S.Jongema, J.H.Brouwer, F.Schurer, S.Kloosterman, P.J.Troelstra, D.Kalma, J.Eisinga, G.Jonkman and others.

Op. 8 (1925); 29 (1931); 32 (1932-1933); 34 (1937); 38 (1938); 49 (1943-1944);
op. 56 (1952) for contralto