Steinberg wrote five symphonies, two ballets: Metamorphoses (1913) based on Ovid and Thyl Ulenspiegel (1936) by Charles De Coster, as well as a number of symphonic and vocal pieces. He is often confused with songwriter and composer Mikhail Karlovich Steinberg (1867–?), author of 'Heida Troika' (Гай-да Тройка) and over 70 other popular early XX century romances. Works signed as simply 'M. Steinberg' had been sometimes misattributed even in libraries and catalogues.
Maximilian Steinberg Discography Tracks
|457 607-2||Maximilian Steinberg, Neeme Järvi, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra*||Maximilian Steinberg, Neeme Järvi, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra* - Symphony No. 1 Prélude Symphonique • Fantaisie Dramatique (CD, Album)||Deutsche Grammophon||457 607-2||Germany||1999||Sell This Version|
|471 198-2||Maximilian Steinberg, Göteborgs Symfoniker ⦁ Neeme Järvi||Maximilian Steinberg, Göteborgs Symfoniker ⦁ Neeme Järvi - Symphony No. 2 ⦁ Variations, Op. 2 (CD, Album)||Deutsche Grammophon||471 198-2||Europe||2001||Sell This Version|
|CDLX7341||Maximilian Steinberg||Violin Concerto, Symphony No. 4 "Turksib" (SACD, Multichannel, Quad)||Dutton Epoch||CDLX7341||Austria||2017||Sell This Version|