Collecting Carl Czerny

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Re: Collecting Carl Czerny

Post by Caprotti » Fri Apr 28, 2017 2:10 pm

Uh, found, the Fantasia is op.171

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Re: Collecting Carl Czerny

Post by fredbucket » Sat Apr 29, 2017 1:45 am

Caprotti wrote:1) The Prelude and fugue is Bach's BWV 548, but not in the transcription by Liszt, and I was not aware of a possible transcription by Czerny
The only other transcription I am aware of is the one by Feinberg.

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Re: Collecting Carl Czerny

Post by Caprotti » Tue May 02, 2017 8:17 am

Moor, Stradal and Reger, at least

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Re: Collecting Carl Czerny

Post by Paul » Tue May 02, 2017 1:59 pm

Schanz gives
Feinberg, Liszt, Moor, Philipp, Reger, Stradal and Tscherlitzky (2H)
and Gleichauf, Reger and Voigt (4H)
and as we know Schanz is not always complete in his listings.

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Post by alfor » Tue May 02, 2017 11:04 pm

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Re: Collecting Carl Czerny

Post by fabiao37 » Mon May 07, 2018 7:06 pm

Czerny opus 368 - 8 nocturnes
Can someone please post the score of these 8 amazing nocturnes composed by Czerny? I've been searching for decades over the web but this masterpiece is nowhere to be found

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Post by Jean-Séb » Tue May 08, 2018 10:36 am

There is a nice reprint of all the Nocturnes :
https://www.jwpepper.com/Nocturnes/1037 ... em#/submit
This new edition presents all of the known nocturnes composed for solo piano by Carl Czerny. Czerny (2) also composed at least five nocturnes for four-hand piano (opuses 71, 165, 647 in a duet version and two WoO) and four nocturnes for piano and ensemble (opuses 95, 165 in a version for with horns and two WoO). These scores are not currently available for sale. The scores presented here are based on original editions (3), almost all of which we redeemed from total and undeserved indifference. They were found in four great libraries - in Paris, Berlin, London and Chicago - and their composition spans the period from 1831 (opus 251) to 1845 (opus 756). Richard d'Ari(1) ""Opus 699"" also refers to the 50 famous etudes called ""The Art of Finger Dexterity"" ( Die Kunst der Fingerfertigkeit ), published as opus 699 or 740 (2) Pazdirek (op. cit) mentions one WoO by Czerny called ""Attente, nocturne"" but there is no trace of that work elsewhere. The French composer Alexandre Edouard Goria, who lived for some time in Vienna and knew Czerny well, published a nocturne in 1847 called ""L'attente"", his opus 10. It is thus probable that Pazdirek's indication is erroneous. (3) That of ""Nocturne sentimental"" based on a new edition from 1931, being the sole exception. Le Golfe de Naples, Tableau Nocturne ou Fantaisie Pittoresque, Op.253 - 8 Nocturnes, Op.368 - Rondo Nocturne en Lab, Op.506 nº3 - Nocturne Sentimental et Brillant en Lab sur un motif favori de Strauss - 8 Nocturnes de différents caractères, Op.604 (L'hommage, Le désir, La persuasion, La colère, L'excuse, La consolation, La méditation, La joie) - Nocturne en Mib, Op.647 - Notturnino en Mib, Op.699 nº2 - Notturnino en Lab, Op.728 nº3 - Notturnina en Mib, Op.756 nº14 - Notturno en Mib - Notturno en Fa - 2 Nocturnes de H.W. Ernst transcrits pour piano (nº1 et 2 en sol mineur) - Notturno en Mib , extrait de Mosaïque pour Piano sur l'opéra Martha de Fr. de Flotow - Nocturne sentimental en Lab

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Re: Collecting Carl Czerny

Post by fabiao37 » Fri May 18, 2018 11:38 pm

Jean-Séb wrote:There is a nice reprint of all the Nocturnes :
https://www.jwpepper.com/Nocturnes/1037 ... em#/submit
This new edition presents all of the known nocturnes composed for solo piano by Carl Czerny. Czerny (2) also composed at least five nocturnes for four-hand piano (opuses 71, 165, 647 in a duet version and two WoO) and four nocturnes for piano and ensemble (opuses 95, 165 in a version for with horns and two WoO). These scores are not currently available for sale. The scores presented here are based on original editions (3), almost all of which we redeemed from total and undeserved indifference. They were found in four great libraries - in Paris, Berlin, London and Chicago - and their composition spans the period from 1831 (opus 251) to 1845 (opus 756). Richard d'Ari(1) ""Opus 699"" also refers to the 50 famous etudes called ""The Art of Finger Dexterity"" ( Die Kunst der Fingerfertigkeit ), published as opus 699 or 740 (2) Pazdirek (op. cit) mentions one WoO by Czerny called ""Attente, nocturne"" but there is no trace of that work elsewhere. The French composer Alexandre Edouard Goria, who lived for some time in Vienna and knew Czerny well, published a nocturne in 1847 called ""L'attente"", his opus 10. It is thus probable that Pazdirek's indication is erroneous. (3) That of ""Nocturne sentimental"" based on a new edition from 1931, being the sole exception. Le Golfe de Naples, Tableau Nocturne ou Fantaisie Pittoresque, Op.253 - 8 Nocturnes, Op.368 - Rondo Nocturne en Lab, Op.506 nº3 - Nocturne Sentimental et Brillant en Lab sur un motif favori de Strauss - 8 Nocturnes de différents caractères, Op.604 (L'hommage, Le désir, La persuasion, La colère, L'excuse, La consolation, La méditation, La joie) - Nocturne en Mib, Op.647 - Notturnino en Mib, Op.699 nº2 - Notturnino en Lab, Op.728 nº3 - Notturnina en Mib, Op.756 nº14 - Notturno en Mib - Notturno en Fa - 2 Nocturnes de H.W. Ernst transcrits pour piano (nº1 et 2 en sol mineur) - Notturno en Mib , extrait de Mosaïque pour Piano sur l'opéra Martha de Fr. de Flotow - Nocturne sentimental en Lab

On this website you have to buy the sheet, wich is not available for me in my country. Do you have it to download, please?!

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Re: Collecting Carl Czerny

Post by fredbucket » Sun May 20, 2018 4:37 am

fabiao37 wrote:Czerny opus 368 - 8 nocturnes
Can someone please post the score of these 8 amazing nocturnes composed by Czerny? I've been searching for decades over the web but this masterpiece is nowhere to be found
You can also try https://www.partitura.be/en/artikel/686 ... arl-Czerny or https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/no ... c/19775991

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Re: Collecting Carl Czerny

Post by WCosand » Wed May 30, 2018 5:27 pm

pasted together in a hurry in case someone still wants this.
Czerny_-_604_-_8_Nocturnes_complete.pdf
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