Composers from Germany [Misc]

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Hello!

I have recently recorded Wilm's 24 Short Piano Pieces Op.81

I am interested in recording educational piano pieces by romantic composers.
So, I am looking for interesting educational pieces in late romantic (or even post romantic) style.
I also prefer not widely known composers and works from the public domain.
Any suggestions of composers/pieces?

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vkarafil wrote: Fri Dec 09, 2022 7:04 pm
I am interested in recording educational piano pieces by romantic composers.
So, I am looking for interesting educational pieces in late romantic (or even post romantic) style.
I also prefer not widely known composers and works from the public domain.
Any suggestions of composers/pieces?
You can use the advanced search filters on IMSLP to identify pieces by period, style etc. Judicious use of words like Kinder, Children, study, ... will assist.
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bingo wrote: Fri Dec 09, 2022 11:52 pm
vkarafil wrote: Fri Dec 09, 2022 7:04 pm
I am interested in recording educational piano pieces by romantic composers.
So, I am looking for interesting educational pieces in late romantic (or even post romantic) style.
I also prefer not widely known composers and works from the public domain.
Any suggestions of composers/pieces?
You can use the advanced search filters on IMSLP to identify pieces by period, style etc. Judicious use of words like Kinder, Children, study, ... will assist.
Thank you for responding!
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Pianoman wrote: Fri Sep 30, 2022 3:35 pm Hi all,

Any chance of Paul Zilcher's Op.50?

many thanks in advance.
You can try here:
https://imslp.org/wiki/Die_erste_Zeit_a ... r%2C_Paul)
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This set of Steibelt variations on the duet Bei Männern from The Magic Flute is more extensive than the set available on IMSLP.
Steibelt 4e Fantaisie avec 9 Variations.pdf
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Dear friends,
does anyone have a copy of Eduard Rohde's Op.122 No.2 Fruhlingstraum. It is to be heard on youtube played by our very own Philip Sear and a friend wants to do eurhythmy with it and that means I have to play it, so any help will be greatly appreciated.
regards to all
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The piece is in World's Favorite Classical Piano Pieces, Ashley publications. If nobody has it already scanned and posts it, I shall scan it in a few days and share.
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HullandHellandHalifax wrote: Tue Jan 10, 2023 1:12 pm Dear friends,
does anyone have a copy of Eduard Rohde's Op.122 No.2 Fruhlingstraum. It is to be heard on youtube played by our very own Philip Sear and a friend wants to do eurhythmy with it and that means I have to play it, so any help will be greatly appreciated.
regards to all
Brian
For your anthroposophy-happening ...
Rohde,Ed-sen.-.op.122-2.-.Dream-of-spring-(pno).pdf
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Post by HullandHellandHalifax »

What a super service Fw190, really very grateful, I downloaded it and quickly printed it up and cycled very fast to the Eurhythmy and within 20 minutes after downloading I was playing it. That must be some sort of record. I know you "trust in Bach" but I trust in Pianophilia and the super people that use this site. Many thanks indeed also from the Eurhythmist who waas panicking in case I couldn't find the music in time.
Thanks also to Jean-Seb for his kind offer, what a great site this is.
best wishes and thanks again
Brian
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