Frédéric Chopin

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Re: Frédéric Chopin

Post by Lord Berners » Mon Dec 26, 2016 2:54 am

Hi there,

Does anyone know if the Muzyka edition of Chopin Waltzes listed here:

http://ruslania.com/sheetmusic/157342/v ... b-milstein

Contains the alternate version of Op. 34, No. 1 that is on this recording:

http://i-classical.com/pdf.php?id=000015687.pdf

(See the note on the last page)

I'd be happy to buy the edition from that website but I can't get a straight answer if it includes the "alternate" Op. 34, No. 1

Cheers!

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Cortot Editions: Fantaisie-Impromptu op. 66, Chopin

Post by rachmaninova » Fri Sep 15, 2017 1:11 pm

Hi,

I tried a search in the forum, but couldn't manage to find anything.
Does anyone have Cortot's edition of Chopin's Fantaisie-Impromptu?

Thanks in advance!

All the best,
Carla

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Re: Cortot Editions: Fantaisie-Impromptu op. 66, Chopin

Post by kroket » Sat Sep 16, 2017 2:44 pm

Chopin ed. Cortot Fantaisie impromptu.pdf
rachmaninova wrote:Hi,

Does anyone have Cortot's edition of Chopin's Fantaisie-Impromptu?
Carla
Yes, but with the French text.
Greetings,
kroket
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Re: Cortot Editions: Fantaisie-Impromptu op. 66, Chopin

Post by rachmaninova » Sat Sep 16, 2017 4:41 pm

kroket wrote:
Chopin ed. Cortot Fantaisie impromptu.pdf
rachmaninova wrote:Hi,

Does anyone have Cortot's edition of Chopin's Fantaisie-Impromptu?
Carla
Yes, but with the French text.
Greetings,
kroket

Thank you so much, Kroket!
The french text isn't a problem. This is a great help!

All the best,
Rachmaninova

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Re: Frédéric Chopin

Post by soh choon wee » Thu Sep 21, 2017 12:31 pm

I wished someone have a Chopin-saint saens Sonata in b minor....(four hands two piano) published by Durand.......

Guess it is out of copy-right now......???

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Re: Frédéric Chopin

Post by kroket » Thu Sep 21, 2017 6:50 pm

saint-saens_chopin_op35-2P.pdf
soh choon wee wrote:I wished someone have a Chopin-saint saens Sonata in b minor....(four hands two piano) published by Durand.......
Only the b flat minor sonata, Op. 35 (not my scan).
I can't find information that Saint-Saens also transcribed the op. 58.
I'll attach the b flat minor, in case you meant that one.
Greetings,
kroket
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Re: Frédéric Chopin

Post by soh choon wee » Thu Sep 21, 2017 10:01 pm

kroket wrote:
saint-saens_chopin_op35-2P.pdf
soh choon wee wrote:I wished someone have a Chopin-saint saens Sonata in b minor....(four hands two piano) published by Durand.......

Only the b flat minor sonata, Op. 35 (not my scan).
I can't find information that Saint-Saens also transcribed the op. 58.
I'll attach the b flat minor, in case you meant that one.
Greetings,
kroket
. THANKS a lot.....I didn't know of this one.

I saw the Opus 58 score in Japan but it is way too overpriced (due to the merchant conversion policy), together with the Liszt b minor, which Kind Fredbucket posted.
fredbucket wrote:
soh choon wee wrote:I wonder are there available scan for Saint-Saens arrangement (into four hands, two pianos) of Liszt b-minor sonata, or Chopin b-minor sonata no 2.
saint-saens-liszt - sonata in b minor (arr 2 pnos).pdf
Regards
Fred

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Re: Frédéric Chopin

Post by lebowl » Mon Jun 25, 2018 4:17 pm

Having just finished a long bio of de Pachmann, I found out that he did make an edition of some of Chopin's works. It was a small mixture of Etudes, Waltzed(?), and other works. The edition is notable for, among other things, the inclusive of his unusual fingerings. For example, the first four notes of the C major Etude are fingered 2-5-1-4 instead of the usual 1-2-4-5. Does anyone have this edition as a pdf? Thanks.

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Re: Frédéric Chopin

Post by kroket » Mon Jun 25, 2018 4:42 pm

lebowl wrote:Having just finished a long bio of de Pachmann, I found out that he did make an edition of some of Chopin's works. It was a small mixture of Etudes, Waltzed(?), and other works. The edition is notable for, among other things, the inclusive of his unusual fingerings. For example, the first four notes of the C major Etude are fingered 2-5-1-4 instead of the usual 1-2-4-5. Does anyone have this edition as a pdf? Thanks.
See this website: http://nettheim.com/pachmann/editions/
Greetings, kroket

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Re: Frédéric Chopin

Post by lebowl » Mon Jun 25, 2018 7:54 pm

kroket wrote:
lebowl wrote:Having just finished a long bio of de Pachmann, I found out that he did make an edition of some of Chopin's works. It was a small mixture of Etudes, Waltzed(?), and other works. The edition is notable for, among other things, the inclusive of his unusual fingerings. For example, the first four notes of the C major Etude are fingered 2-5-1-4 instead of the usual 1-2-4-5. Does anyone have this edition as a pdf? Thanks.
See this website: http://nettheim.com/pachmann/editions/
Greetings, kroket
Thanks! The articles on that site are even more interesting that the examples of his fingerings.

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