Piano Music from and about Hungary - Magyarország/Hongrie

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Piano Music from and about Hungary - Magyarország/Hongrie

Post by kh0815 » Mon Sep 28, 2009 10:05 pm

In the old PPh I had the idea to open a thread with this name. Vivat, crescat, floreat!

Sorry, no actual scans. Litolff's yellow "Csardas Album" is on my shelf, but my A3 scanning software is a case for http://www.rotten.com.

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Re: Piano Music from and about Hungary - Magyarország - Hong

Post by ilu » Tue Sep 29, 2009 3:15 am

This is a great idea, but not an easy thread, because some of the most important Hungarian Composers have or must have their own thread, just to mention: Liszt, Bartok, Kodály, Heller, Lehár.

Szidor Bátor, Miklós Rózsa, Karl Goldmark ( extraordinary!), Chován Kalmán, Emánuel Moór, Géza Zichy, Albert Siklós, deserve to be reminded trough their compositions, as we had the opportunity to post some in the old PP

Thank you for this idea.
Goldmark_op.13_Sakuntala_2hands.pdf
Moor_E[1]._Prelude.pdf
Zichy_Valse_d_Adele.pdf
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Re: Piano Music from and about Hungary - Magyarország - Hong

Post by Jean-Séb » Mon Oct 19, 2009 3:50 pm

Here is a fresh scan of a piece by Heller that I do not think we had before, the Caprice symphonique opus 28.
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Heller Caprice symphonique opus 28 2H.pdf
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Re: Piano Music from and about Hungary - Magyarország - Hongrie

Post by Paul » Mon Oct 19, 2009 3:56 pm

Jean-Séb wrote:Here is a fresh scan of a piece by Heller that I do not think we had before, the Caprice symphonique opus 28.
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Thank you!

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Re: Piano Music from and about Hungary - Magyarország - Hong

Post by kh0815 » Fri Oct 23, 2009 10:12 pm

kh0815 wrote:In the old PPh I had the idea to open a thread with this name. Vivat, crescat, floreat! Sorry, no actual scans. Litolff's yellow "Csardas Album" is on my shelf, but my A3 scanning software is a case for http://www.rotten.com.
:o Surprise, surprise! :o
Serly L + Agghazy K et al. Csardas-Album - Danses Hongroises originales (Ed. Litolff).pdf
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Re: Piano Music from and about Hungary - Magyarország - Hong

Post by Hands » Tue Nov 17, 2009 7:36 am

This could go under the Salon Music thread too.

Czibulka - Die Lawine Op.259

Adolfi? I believe he is the same person as Alfonse? Anyone can help clarify?
Czibulka_Die Lawine Op.259.pdf
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Re: Piano Music from and about Hungary - Magyarország - Hong

Post by Hands » Tue Nov 17, 2009 8:01 am

More fresh scans of Czibulka.
Czibulka_Tirana (Serenade Espagnol) Op.239.pdf
Czibulka_Eroffnungsmarsch.pdf
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Re: Piano Music from and about Hungary - Magyarország - Hongrie

Post by diros » Tue Nov 17, 2009 8:28 am

On Sibley Music Library I found this Csardas-Album (4hds) by Franz Behr ((1837–1898) :
Csárdás-Album, nach ungarischen Volksliedern für Pianoforte zu vier Händen von Franz Behr
http://hdl.handle.net/1802/4921
best regards , diros

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Heller Preludes op.150

Post by Caprotti » Mon Dec 21, 2009 9:59 am

Those people at IMSLP are extremely annoying : the fact that I wrote op.150 instead of Op.150 has been judged as 'very degrading' !!!!

A very clever approach in order to avoid that people will more often upload rare scores to that site

anyway, the link for downloading is

http://imslp.org/wiki/20_Preludes,_Op.1 ... Stephen%29
Heller - 150 - 20 Preludes.pdf
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Re: Heller Preludes op.150

Post by oren segev » Mon Dec 21, 2009 11:36 am

Caprotti wrote:Those people at IMSLP are extremely annoying : the fact that I wrote op.150 instead of Op.150 has been judged as 'very degrading' !!!!

A very clever approach in order to avoid that people will more often upload rare scores to that site

anyway, the link for downloading is

http://imslp.org/wiki/20_Preludes,_Op.1 ... Stephen%29
Thank you very much Caprotti
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