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Carl Goldmark. Lithograph by E. Fontana, [c.1880]. Suite für Pianoforte und Violine, Op.11.  Mainz, [1869]. Ouverture de Sakuntala, Op.13. Nouvelle édition. [Piano arrangement]. Paris, [1875?].  Sir Henry Wood's copy. Royal Academy of Music, London. Sonate für Pianoforte und Violine, Op.25. Mainz, [1875]. Ländliche Hochzeit. Symphonie in 5 Sätzen, Op.26. [Full score]. Mainz, [1876]. Die Königin von Saba, Op.27.   Festlicher Einzugs-Marsch. [Full score]. Hamburg, [1876].  This was the first number of the work to be heard in public.  It was performed at the Gesellschaft für Musikfreunde on 11 January 1874 in a concert in which Liszt and Brahms took part. The Queen of Saba, Op.27. [Vocal score with English text]. Hamburg, 1881.  Sir Henry Wood's copy. Royal Academy of Music, London.  Wood's notes on casting and timing appear to relate to a projected performance which never took place.  English censorship forbad stage representation of Old Testament characters until the early twentieth century. Trio für Pianoforte, Violine und Violoncell, Op.33. Bremen, [1880]. Im Frühling. Ouverture für Orchester, Op.36.  [Full score]. Mainz, [1889]. Das Heimchen am Herd. [Vocal score]. Leipzig & Vienna, 1896. Carl Goldmark.  After a photograph by J Löwy, Vienna.  Supplement to Die Musik, Vol.II, No.8, (1902).