BENELUX - Music from Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg

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Re: BENELUX - Music from Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg

Postby Aprosdoketon » Sun Feb 12, 2017 12:00 pm

I found in the Net some photos of a set by Désiré Pàque, Dix piéces atonales pour la jeunesse, and I created a PDF from them.
Not properly atonales, but very nice and adequate for teaching.
Paque 10 Pieces.pdf
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Re: BENELUX - Music from Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg

Postby Jean-Séb » Sun Feb 12, 2017 12:45 pm

It looks interesting. Thank you.
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Re: BENELUX - Music from Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg

Postby 4candles » Fri May 05, 2017 1:53 pm

A couple of pieces by Dutch composer Edouard de Hartog.

Poésies musicales, Op. 20, No. 2.pdf

Scherzo du 1ere Quatuor, Op. 35_arr. Joseph Grégoir.pdf

Hopefully will be able to provide the Sonate-Symphonie, Op. 21 soon.

Enjoy!
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Re: BENELUX - Music from Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg

Postby 4candles » Fri May 05, 2017 3:40 pm

Further to my previous post, here is the Grand Caprice, Op. 18, by de Hartog.
Unfortunate that the original scans are only medium quality, but it should be legible enough.

Grand Caprice, Op. 18.pdf

Have a good weekend!
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Re: BENELUX - Music from Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg

Postby fleubis » Sat May 06, 2017 3:10 am

Well, I've certainly never heard of Hartog before so had fun playing through these pieces. And that little Scherzo transcription is the highlight of these selections for me. The Poésies musicales No.2 leaves me hold out hope for others to appear. The Grand Caprice certainly does show it's stylistic age! Anyway, so nice to be playing "new" (to me) music again as Alfor's re-fingerings of certain Rach etudes have occupied most of my keyboard time lately. Most welcome additions, 4candles---thanks for posting!
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Re: BENELUX - Music from Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg

Postby alfor » Mon May 08, 2017 8:04 am

fleubis wrote:...as Alfor's re-fingerings of certain Rach etudes have occupied most of my keyboard time lately...


...you may have a hard time, because I finished my fingering of the Etudes-Tableaux and will post the missing seven numbers in due course...
Best regards, Alfor S. Cans

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Re: BENELUX - Music from Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg

Postby 4candles » Mon May 08, 2017 11:15 am

As promised, a medium-quality PDF of de Hartog's Sonate-Symphonie.

I - Allegro - Allegro maestoso
II - Scherzo - Presto
III - Adagio - Andante
IV - Finale - Presto

Sonate-Symphonie, Op. 21.pdf

Tip of the hat to fleubis with this one ;)
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Re: BENELUX - Music from Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg

Postby soh choon wee » Sat May 13, 2017 8:13 am

alfor wrote:
fleubis wrote:...as Alfor's re-fingerings of certain Rach etudes have occupied most of my keyboard time lately...


...you may have a hard time, because I finished my fingering of the Etudes-Tableaux and will post the missing seven numbers in due course...


I am having a much harder time waiting for the missing numbers...... please do not kill me in suspense....... :lol:
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Re: BENELUX - Music from Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg

Postby Jim Faston » Sun Aug 27, 2017 11:17 pm

A two piano score of Arthur De Greef's 1st Piano Concerto has appeared on IMSLP.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtUQ4q6ZhQ8
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Re: BENELUX - Music from Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg

Postby Alex » Tue Oct 10, 2017 2:08 pm

Does anyone have the score for Dutch composer Samuel de Lange's "Nocturne Nr. 2 F-Dur"? I heard it on the radio and it was quite nice. Thank you!
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