The Unknown Composer

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Does anyone know who these are composed by?

Postby astridinberlin » Tue Jan 17, 2017 12:16 pm

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Re: Does anyone know who these are composed by?

Postby Scriabinoff » Tue Jan 17, 2017 4:01 pm

I don't know, but have you tried asking the youtube uploader? if that doesn't work, you can try an app like shazam, or you can download the video and re upload it with your account and see if the youtube bots scan the file and flag it for copyright by hitting on some similar commercial recording they have access to. beyond that, I'm not sure. You might try posting at unsung composers as well, maybe the kids at that sandbox know it
http://www.unsungcomposers.com/forum/
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Re: The Unknown Composer

Postby Jean-Séb » Wed Jan 18, 2017 4:47 pm

Beautiful music which sounds like kind of post-romantic Russian.
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Re: The Unknown Composer

Postby Phillip210 » Wed Jan 25, 2017 10:07 am

Jean-Séb wrote:Beautiful music which sounds like kind of post-romantic Russian.

There is something about the performance that makes me think that maybe the uploader wrote them himself.
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Re: The Unknown Composer

Postby ilu » Mon Sep 11, 2017 11:48 pm

Attached please find “Adah” from Fairy Polka Rondos by “Wm. Iucho” –nms- (maybe named William; unknown composer, at least for me).
As I could read in the first page, was born 1850 and died in 1881.
It is an easy polka for fun.
Enjoy.
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Re: The Unknown Composer

Postby FW190 » Tue Sep 12, 2017 7:34 am

So far as I known it is by the German born US-composer Wilhelm Iucho (1804-1880), who "modified" his first name to William.
Lived as a teacher in NY.

Iucho,W.-.op.09.-.Alpenlied-varie-(pno-Dubois&Staodart-Edition-1833).pdf

Iucho,W.-.Calisthenic-Rondo-No.4-(pno-Firth&Hall-Edition-1834).pdf

Iucho,W.-.Calisthenic-Rondo-No.2-(pno-Firth&Hall-Edition-1832).pdf
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Re: The Unknown Composer

Postby ilu » Tue Sep 12, 2017 3:17 pm

FW190:

Thanks for the info and for the scores.

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Please, help to recognize this sheetmusic

Postby isseau » Thu Apr 05, 2018 8:57 pm

Hello!
In the "The Art of Playing the Harpsichord" (Heck, Johann Caspar) there are 24 lessons without specifying the name of the composers. Please, help to recognize them.
http://imslp.org/wiki/The_Art_of_Playin ... ann_Caspar)
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Re: Please, help to recognize this sheetmusic

Postby fredbucket » Sat Apr 07, 2018 11:03 pm

Nothing really stands out as being recognisable. The blurb on IMSLP (I have replaced the file with the link) gives the publication date at around 1770, which concurs with the style of the pieces, My guess is that the composers would be mainly from England.

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Re: Please, help to recognize this sheetmusic

Postby Georgio » Wed Apr 11, 2018 6:31 pm

fredbucket wrote:Nothing really stands out as being recognisable. The blurb on IMSLP (I have replaced the file with the link) gives the publication date at around 1770, which concurs with the style of the pieces, My guess is that the composers would be mainly from England.

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If you read this booklet carefully, you find some informations about the composers, e.g. page 30 "See No.22, 23 & 24 . The first compos'd by the celebrated Mr J.S . Bach ,
the 2'd by his Son Ph. Em. and the 3rd in the Overture by his Pupil Lu. Krebs."

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