Friends & Pupils of Brahms

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Does anyone please could help me with
Kirchner op 45 1-5?
Thanks in advance
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Here they are - my own scan (how do we abbreviate this ? - ms tttmam)
Kirchner op.45 6 Klavierstücke.pdf
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Paul wrote:Here they are - my own scan (how do we abbreviate this ? - ms tttmam)

All the best

Paul

Thank you very much Paul
Realy appriciat your quick respond
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kh0815 wrote:... and these should be the remaining parts of Kirchner's op.61 - nms, tttos, no tattoos!

And soon back to Mr. Niemann, I do hope! Niemann's op.61 would have been "5 Tonbilder", according to Paul's wonderful work list (download/file.php?id=679). They seem to range between Niemann's rarissima.
Many thanks, kh0815 and Oren, for the Kirchner. And sorry, Rob, for the slip. Was going particularly fast that day! :D
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pianojay wrote:
kh0815 wrote:... and these should be the remaining parts of Kirchner's op.61 - nms, tttos, no tattoos!

And soon back to Mr. Niemann, I do hope! Niemann's op.61 would have been "5 Tonbilder", according to Paul's wonderful work list (download/file.php?id=679). They seem to range between Niemann's rarissima.
Many thanks, kh0815 and Oren, for the Kirchner. And sorry, Rob, for the slip. Was going particularly fast that day! :D
No need to apologise Jay! These off-topic slips provide evidence of a need and the opportunity to fulfil that need by opening a well-designed new thread. That's the beauty of this software. New, well-designed threads are always very welcome! Contact one of the team if anyone has any doubts. 8-)

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This seemed to belong here more than to German Composers:

New piece by Brahms: Albumblatt in A minor Op.Posth (1853)

I assume someone on this group paid the $158,500 for the autograph copy at auction last year.

Link to PDF, and Youtube clip of Andras Schiff playing it here: http://www.pianostreet.com/blog/piano-n ... inor-4546/

Direct link to PDF: http://www.pianostreet.com/blog/files/b ... 53_psu.pdf
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it seems a preparatory study for the trio of the scherzo in the sonata op.1 ....
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If this is the same piece I'm thinking of, I understand, via an interesting link that pianist Jack Gibbons posted on Facebook, that the piece was discovered quite some time before Christopher Hogwood claimed it as his discovery (...if I am thinking correctly...).
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Noted a new recording by Solvejg Henkhaus on CPO of the piano works of Gustav Uwe Jenner, but could not find any of them on IMSLP or here. It's 100 years since his death in August 1920. I knew nothing of him till I heard the first bars of one his Ballades on Spotify - the Brahms legacy is indisputable.

The University of Marburg sells copies of the work and has sample PDFs of most of them. To my surprise, the samples are actually complete and have been "half-heartedly" watermarked....
https://www.uni-marburg.de/de/fb09/musi ... en/klavier
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