Piano Transcriptions for two hands

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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

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ctejada wrote: Tue Jun 30, 2020 7:40 pm
Timtin wrote: Sat Oct 24, 2009 8:31 am Francis Poulenc wrote a 2H transcription of K522.
Any update on this?
It was published in Copenhagen in 1927 by Wilhelm Hansen, with the title:-
Dorfmusikanten-Sextett von Mozart,
Koncert-Transkription für Klavier zu 2 Händen von Francis Poulenc.
Mozart's final 3 bars of K522 are 200 years ahead of their time!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQnQbpCom_c
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does anyone have notes by Joseph Rubinstein?

Musikalische Bilder from Parsifal
Bild no.1 ?

Musikalische Bilder from Wagners Ring
Siegfrid Bild no.2 Siegfried and Brühnhilde :?: :?: :?: :?:
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Wieniawski wrote: Sun Aug 09, 2020 3:11 pm does anyone have notes by Joseph Rubinstein?

Musikalische Bilder from Parsifal
Bild no.1 ?

Musikalische Bilder from Wagners Ring
Siegfrid Bild no.2 Siegfried and Brühnhilde :?: :?: :?: :?:
Hello Wieniawski - if you contact me on: malcolm.ballan@gmail.com - I have several Joseph Rubinstein scores I can share privately. Out of interest JR did the whole of Parsifal as a vocal score, although odd bits were also published separately (Bild no. 1) - I have the whole score, as well as the exerts from Siegfrid.

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This just appeared on IMSLP - Siloti's transcription of the Gavotte from Mozart's Idomeneo. Original scan from Stanford University. I converted the innerds to B&W.
Mozart-Siloti_Gavotte from Idomeno.pdf
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Thanks Jim.

Siloti's transcriptions are always high quality.

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parag wrote: Mon Nov 22, 2010 5:02 pm Does anyone have a good quality scan of the complete Thalberg's Op.70? I was looking for No.20 (Transcription of Voi Che Sapete) in my collection and there was this typeset score which I particularly dislike :ugeek:

This is a desirable set... Any help would be great.

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PS: Is there a recording of the complete Op.70?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtiDyvtBPGM Here's the complete Op.70s as a score video which i made and yes, here's 19 to 24
Thalberg Op.70 book 4.pdf
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You played it, or you've made only the video?
If you played it, could you tell us why you don't play what's written? Changing octaves, rythms, adding parts, and so on?
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Jim Faston wrote: Fri Aug 14, 2020 2:27 pm This just appeared on IMSLP - Siloti's transcription of the Gavotte from Mozart's Idomeneo. Original scan from Stanford University. I converted the innerds to B&W.Mozart-Siloti_Gavotte from Idomeno.pdf
Strictly speaking, the Gavotte isn't from the opera Idomeneo K366 itself, but from the associated Ballet Music K367 - the fourth of its five movements. Other 2H transcriptions of the Gavotte were done by Martucci, Reinecke and Waldersee. In commercial recordings, the Ballet Music is often tacked onto the end of the opera e.g. in the EMI Charles Mackerras version. The reworking of the opera by Richard Strauss is interesting, but perhaps not suitable for Mozart purists. There's a Dynamic live recording of it, conducted by Corrado Rovaris.
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Mouchette wrote: Wed Nov 18, 2020 3:07 pm You played it, or you've made only the video?
If you played it, could you tell us why you don't play what's written? Changing octaves, rythms, adding parts, and so on?
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I only made the score video, it's played by Mordecai Shehori as written in the description.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lu1D4AF ... 476Gjw3qAI Here's another recording of the complete set, though it was published after I uploaded the video so I could not use this one.
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Thanks for the link! Excellent musician! And he plays the score...
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