BENELUX - Music from Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg

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Voormolen Elephants.pdf
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A very well done character piece. "Elephants" is surely appropriate what with all of them tramping about in the EU's living room these days. Was just watching a film from Thailand so this really fit my mood.

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Goeyens Ballade.pdf
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Fernand Goeyens is a new composer in my library. An Alfor speciality--new composers for us to devour.
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Here's a little something for the weekend. Enjoy!
Badings Reihe kleiner Klavierstücke.pdf
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Jan van Boom (1807-1872), pupil of Hummel and Moscheles
3 Fantaisies de Salon sur des Airs Suédois Nos.1+2, op.61
Unf. I don't have the third suite of this set.
Published by Bote & Bock, Berlin & Posen, n.d. [~1860]
Boom,J.-.op.61-2.-.3-Fantaisies-sur-des-airs-suedois-No.2-(pno-Bote&Bock-Edition~1860).pdf
Boom,J.-.op.61-1.-.3-Fantaisies-sur-des-airs-suedois-No.1-(pno-Bote&Bock-Edition~1860).pdf
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I'm trying to locate sheet music for Nocturne in E Flat Major by Willem Coenen of Rotterdam. Here is a link to the YouTube piece that was recorded: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lrr01n3PmI4

Any information on obtaining this piece would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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Post by 4candles »

An early work by Ernst Lübeck was recently uploaded here at Gallica, for anyone interested.

Although a minor composer, Lübeck interests me, so if anyone has any more information – other than the fact he spent his last years in a Paris asylum and that one of his last works was a piano concerto – I'd be glad to receive it :)
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I don't know if anyone noticed, but there is an Edouard/Eduard/Edward Silas score posted on Gallica... Silas' scores seem to be elusive, but they are sprinkled about the BnF and the BL...

Silas, Edouard-WoO-Composition Caractéristique-Amarante
Silas, Edouard-WoO-Composition Caractéristique-Amarante.pdf
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Post by Jean-Séb »

Her daughter was mentioned in another thread:
viewtopic.php?p=25149#p25149

Although his place is in this thread, his main career was in France first, where he studied, and then in England where his spent most of his life.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edouard_Silas

This is probably why his scores are to be found mainly at the BNF and the BL.
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