Re: French Piano Music
Posted: Wed May 30, 2018 4:11 am
what about the commentary, review of Gaby Casadesus' "Ma Technique Quotidienne"?
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I forgot this was dedicated to Guiomar Novaes - here's her 1952 recording on YouTube:kroket wrote:Not my scan.musiclife217 wrote:mballan wrote:Isador Philipp (1863-1958)
There is a two-piano version of No. 03 - Feux--Follets (Jack o' Lanterns) on Hathi Trust for Full View.... Is the solo piano version anywhere? Does anyone know or have it?
4candles wrote:And another set of pieces by Vincent Adler at Gallica here:4candles wrote:No etudes or tarentelles (or 'big spiders' as Alfor likes to call them) here, but here are a couple of pieces by Adler the salon virtuoso.4candles wrote:Would anyone have anything by Vincent Adler (1826-1871), composer of études and salon music. I'm particularly interested in a Tarantelle, with a dedication to Alkan...?
Pity about the scan quality, but they should still be legible enough.
Still hope to see his set of '12 Etudes de Style' someday!
12 Feuillets d'album pour piano... Op. 13, Book 2