Piano Transcriptions for two hands

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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby Scriabinoff » Mon Jun 26, 2017 8:05 pm

Not sure if represented elsewhere but i came across this on a vintage hunt at the used book shop recently. Pretty little solo piano ver of the lovely Dorset Song Linden Lea.
Williams, R Vaughan [arr Harold Perry 1895-1956] Linden Lea solo piano.pdf
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby Scriabinoff » Tue Jun 27, 2017 12:01 am

Another from my recent foray into dusty old stacks/bargin bins. Sheets had seen better days but enough there to realize a decent scan.
Nice n jazzy-ish crooner standard, well laid out for piano. Effective. Has some really juicy harmonies.
Suessdorf, Karl -arr Lew Raymond- - Moonlight in Vermont piano solo.pdf
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby Scriabinoff » Tue Jun 27, 2017 12:27 am

Jacob Gade
Famous old tango, sounds flashy enough without uneccessary virtuosic hijinks
Gade, Jacon -arr Levine- - Jalousie (tango).pdf
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby Jean-Séb » Tue Jun 27, 2017 6:29 am

Seems to be cool transcriptions. Thank you.
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby Scriabinoff » Sat Jul 01, 2017 1:45 am

Didnt see this on imslp or usual spots. The 4h Seiss ver of this i beieve exists on imslp.
Im happy to add we have a well laid out "fuller" sounding solo version of these now (vs the spartan pedagogical type ones that seem to be out there)

Beethoven, L -arr Isidor Seiss- - 3 German Dances solo piano.pdf


Edit, alfor previously posted a version , this is a newer edition with more modern typeset and edits may or may not be the same as i need to see if i can find the name om alfors scan, my schirmer names editor on top left of first page of score :)
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby alfor » Sat Jul 01, 2017 9:13 am

Scriabinoff wrote:Didnt see this on imslp or usual spota. The 4h Seiss ver of this i beieve exists on imslp.
Im happy to add we have a well laid out "fuller" sounding solo version of these now (vs the spartan pedagogical type ones that seem to be out there)

Beethoven, L -arr Isidor Seiss- - 3 German Dances solo piano.pdf

Dear Scriabinoff, you should have searched pianophilia, too!!!

This was posted in 2013 by alfor:

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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby Scriabinoff » Sat Jul 01, 2017 1:00 pm

alfor wrote:
Scriabinoff wrote:Didnt see this on imslp or usual spots. The 4h Seiss ver of this i beieve exists on imslp.
Im happy to add we have a well laid out "fuller" sounding solo version of these now (vs the spartan pedagogical type ones that seem to be out there)

Edit, alfor previously posted a version , this is a newer edition with more modern typeset and edits may or may not be the same as i need to see if i can find the name om alfors scan, my schirmer names editor on top left of first page of score :)

Beethoven, L -arr Isidor Seiss- - 3 German Dances solo piano.pdf

Dear Scriabinoff, you should have searched pianophilia, too!!!

This was posted in 2013 by alfor:

search.php?keywords=seiss

Oh wow, super sorry for the re up! I was on a mobile yesterday and likely had typos affecting search results on my end.
Thanks for letting us know and catching my mistake :oops:

I have edited post to name yours and to highlight my contribution is a different edition 8-)
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby Scriabinoff » Tue Jul 04, 2017 1:22 am

Caprotti wrote:This is played by Gerald Moore in one of the best recordings ever made, a hommage to him with Fischer-Dieskau, de Los Angeles and Schwarzkopf

Schubert - An die Musik (2H Moore).pdf


On the topic of Gerald Moore, was surprised when i found a transcription hidden amongst a stack of about 100 or so junk bargain scores
Here is his setting of Purcell's Rondeau from Abdelezar

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The suite has the tune that Benjamin Britten used as the basis for his Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra.
https://www.naxos.com/person/Gerald_Moore_41770/41770.htm
Nice detailed bio

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Purcell, Henry -arr Gerald Moore- - Rondeau (from Abdelazer) solo piano.pdf
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby fleubis » Tue Jul 04, 2017 7:02 pm

Instantly recognizable to Briten fans, of which I am one, Moore's nice transcription lets us take a look at how Purcell utilized the tune. After all Briten used only the first 8 bars. Thanks for rescuing this from oblivion, Scriabinoff.
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby alfor » Tue Jul 04, 2017 9:18 pm

Scriabinoff wrote:Edit, alfor previously posted a version , this is a newer edition with more modern typeset and edits may or may not be the same as i need to see if i can find the name om alfors scan, my schirmer names editor on top left of first page of score :)


Dear Scriabinoff,

I do appreciate your edited version, which I downloaded only today. While my scan is from the Seiss
"Urtext" (with a couple of fingerings by Seiss himself) it is always a good thing to have a nicely
fingered and "pedalized" version, too.

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