Solo Piano

S
Scherzo, op 25
  • dedicated to Evelyn Suart
  • London: Elkin, 1904

Sea-Marge
  • subtitle: Meditation
  • dedicated to Sir Elgar and Lady Speyer
  • London: Elkin, 1914

Serenade, op 67, no 2
  • title: Serenate
  • London:Elkin, 1909

Six Pieces, op 4
 Valse
 Adagio Serioso
 Etude
 Fok Song
 Scherzino
 Andante Maestoso
  • Masters Music Publications, Inc.,
    Boca Raton, Florida
  • 1899

Sketches
 • Cuckoo-Call
 • Twilight Bells
  • dedicated to Sir Landon Ronald
  • London: Elkin, 1907

Soirée Japonaise, op 67, no 4
  • London, Elkin, 1910

Solitude, op 40, no. 1
  • dedicated to Henry Balfour Gardiner
  • London: Elkin, 1904

Sonata no. 1, op. 66
  • dedicated to Alfred Hoehn
  • premiered by Scott:May 17 1909
    at Bechstein Hall, London
  • performed by Paul Otto Möckel: Jan 3, 1911
    at Bechsteinsall, Berlin
  • London: Elkin, 1909;
  • Rev. ed: London: Elkin, 1935
  • Ms. photoprints of original version
    in the Grainger Museum: MG C3/SCO-196

Sonata no. 2
  • dedicated to Walter Gieseking
  • performed by Caroline Lill: Sept. 4 1958
    at a Cyril Scott Festival: University Hall,
    Univerity of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
  • London: Universal Music Agencies, 1935
    in The Plain Cover Edition
  • manuscript available from Cyril Scott estate

Sonata no. 3
 • Molto tranquillo - Adagio ma no troppo
 • Schetzo Patetico - Allegretto
 • Finale - Grave - Con moto
  • broadcast premiere by Esther Fisher,
    Sept 25, 1958 on BBC HS program
  • performed by John Ogdon: May 1 1964
    at Duke's Hall, Royal Academy of Music, London
    sponsored by the Cyril Scott Society
  • London: Elkin, 1956
  • manuscript available from Cyril Scott estate

Spanish Dance

Sphinx, op 63
  • dedicated to John Sargent
  • London: Elkin, 1908
  • manuscript available from Cyril Scott estate

Suite in the Old Style , op 71, no. 1
 • Prelude
 • Sarabande
 • Minuet
  • dedicated to Hans & Carrie Lüthy
  • London: Elkin, 1910

Suite, op 75, no. 2
 • Prélude
 • Air varié
 • Solemn Dance
 • Caprice
 • Introduction and Fugue
  • title: Deuxième suite
  • dedicated to Claude Debussy
  • Performed by Scott: March 22, 1911
    at Bechstein Hall, London and on Feb 29, 1912
    at the Societé Musicale Indépendante, Paris
  • Mainz: B Schott's Söhne, 1910

Summer Is Icumen In
  • old English Air
  • title: Sumer Is Acumen In
  • dedicated to Edward Goll
  • London: Elkin, 1912

Summerland
• Playtime
• A Song From the East
• Evening Idyll
• Fairy Folk
  • dedicated to Honey & Peter Harris
  • London: Elkin, 1907

Compiled with thanks to Laurie J. Sampsel and her book:  Cyril Scott: A Bio-Bibliography

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