Austrian Composers

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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by kapsweiss2017 » Sat Apr 25, 2020 9:06 am

HELLO!! I am looking for more Schubert's sonatas edited by Rehberg Ed. Rihbörg. Some time ago, someone uploaded a few of them.
Thanks in advance

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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by Pianoman » Thu May 28, 2020 12:48 am

Hi all,

I'm looking for Ernst Toch's "Kleinstadtbilder" ("Echoes from a small town"?), Op.49.

Many thanks in advance.

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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by ctejada » Thu Jun 25, 2020 12:06 am

A favorite waltz of mine. Attached is the conductor's reduced score but still readable as piano solo.
IMSLP305866-PMLP494856-PIANO_Lehar_gold_silver_waltz.PDF
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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by Gamma1734 » Wed Jul 29, 2020 10:40 am

Hello all,

Robert Fuchs has been featured with great works on this site. He was born near Graz, and I live in Graz, so they
have quite some scores of him and today I could get hold of
rare scores with Fuchs works I have not found anywhere else (the librarian at one point said "we go now to a place
where normally nobody is allowed to go.. except me".)

These scores I took photos with my smartphone:
Op.45 - Symphony No.2 in E♭ major (1887)
Op.5 - 3 Pieces for Piano (pub. Schlesinger, 1874. Ded. Julius Epstein)
Op.13 - Variations in G minor for Piano
Op.17 - Fantasia quasi Variazioni for Piano
Op.23 - Scherzo in F minor for Piano
Op.24 - 3 Piano Pieces
Op.91 - Fantasia in E minor for Organ

It's the first time I did that so the processing into pdf's will probably take really long.

These scores I COULD take photos with my smartphone (i.e. are avaible):
Op.40 - 5 Intermezzi for Violin and Piano
Op.93 - Miniatures for Piano 4-hands
Op.89 - 9 Phantasiestücke for Piano (1919/10)
Op.113 - 7 Intermezzi for Violin and Piano (published 1925 by Robitschek. ONB copy signed October 1924.)
Op.87 - Fantasia in C major for Organ
Op.73 - 6 Lieder for mixed Choir
Op.81 - Lieder for Voice and Piano
Op.10 - Variations in D minor for Piano 4-hands
Op.1 - Frühlingsstimmen, 12 kleine Stücke for Piano 4-hands (published by Doblinger, 1872. Dedicated to Gustav Ranzoni.)

1) Organ works and Symphony - where do I post them, probably not here?
2) Does one of the above hurt a copyright law if I post it?
3) @pianoman: Toch Op.49 is also available and I try to get hold of it next time.

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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by Pianoman » Wed Jul 29, 2020 11:00 am

Gamma1734 wrote:
Wed Jul 29, 2020 10:40 am
Hello all,

Robert Fuchs has been featured with great works on this site. He was born near Graz, and I live in Graz, so they
have quite some scores of him and today I could get hold of
rare scores with Fuchs works I have not found anywhere else (the librarian at one point said "we go now to a place
where normally nobody is allowed to go.. except me".)

These scores I took photos with my smartphone:
Op.45 - Symphony No.2 in E♭ major (1887)
Op.5 - 3 Pieces for Piano (pub. Schlesinger, 1874. Ded. Julius Epstein)
Op.13 - Variations in G minor for Piano
Op.17 - Fantasia quasi Variazioni for Piano
Op.23 - Scherzo in F minor for Piano
Op.24 - 3 Piano Pieces
Op.91 - Fantasia in E minor for Organ

It's the first time I did that so the processing into pdf's will probably take really long.

These scores I COULD take photos with my smartphone (i.e. are avaible):
Op.40 - 5 Intermezzi for Violin and Piano
Op.93 - Miniatures for Piano 4-hands
Op.89 - 9 Phantasiestücke for Piano (1919/10)
Op.113 - 7 Intermezzi for Violin and Piano (published 1925 by Robitschek. ONB copy signed October 1924.)
Op.87 - Fantasia in C major for Organ
Op.73 - 6 Lieder for mixed Choir
Op.81 - Lieder for Voice and Piano
Op.10 - Variations in D minor for Piano 4-hands
Op.1 - Frühlingsstimmen, 12 kleine Stücke for Piano 4-hands (published by Doblinger, 1872. Dedicated to Gustav Ranzoni.)

1) Organ works and Symphony - where do I post them, probably not here?
2) Does one of the above hurt a copyright law if I post it?
3) @pianoman: Toch Op.49 is also available and I try to get hold of it next time.
Thank you so much for your trouble!

I asked a few days ago Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin for Toch's Op.49 but they said the score was lost!
If you need any help creating the pdf's I'm offering my help. I'll be available only after the 5th of August if you want it.

Thanks again.

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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by Jean-Séb » Fri Jul 31, 2020 3:34 pm

Gamma1734 wrote:
Wed Jul 29, 2020 10:40 am
These scores I took photos with my smartphone:
Op.45 - Symphony No.2 in E♭ major (1887)
Op.5 - 3 Pieces for Piano (pub. Schlesinger, 1874. Ded. Julius Epstein)
Op.13 - Variations in G minor for Piano
Op.17 - Fantasia quasi Variazioni for Piano
Op.23 - Scherzo in F minor for Piano
Op.24 - 3 Piano Pieces
Op.91 - Fantasia in E minor for Organ
So we are expecting to hear and discover these pieces soon on your channel !

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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by Gamma1734 » Mon Aug 03, 2020 7:09 am

Quite possibly, yes! However, I notice now to the full extent that I am completely unexperienced with
PDF'ing (if you want to call it like that) pictures taken with a smartphone. Since I was in a quite stressful
situation (the librarian watching me and waiting until I was done), the photos are not very aligned or
deskewed. Of course I could just Gimp the pictures into a score video, but a PDF would be of good use
for the future. It seems like the way to go is really to edit every single page by hand, which seems really
a lot of work to do. So again, admirable work you people do who make the scores public! Seems to
me more difficult than performing it, haha.

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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by WalterNiemann » Mon Aug 03, 2020 3:08 pm

Gamma1734 wrote:
Mon Aug 03, 2020 7:09 am
Quite possibly, yes! However, I notice now to the full extent that I am completely unexperienced with
PDF'ing (if you want to call it like that) pictures taken with a smartphone. Since I was in a quite stressful
situation (the librarian watching me and waiting until I was done), the photos are not very aligned or
deskewed. Of course I could just Gimp the pictures into a score video, but a PDF would be of good use
for the future. It seems like the way to go is really to edit every single page by hand, which seems really
a lot of work to do. So again, admirable work you people do who make the scores public! Seems to
me more difficult than performing it, haha.
Just download the app Genius Scan where you can convert your photos into PDF files.You can also choose between different filters like the b/w filter :3 Btw I think Genius scan should be available on both iOS and Android.
Best regards

Robin

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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by Gamma1734 » Wed Aug 05, 2020 10:16 am

ABSOLUTELY AMAZING
you made my day my friend :)

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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by Gamma1734 » Wed Aug 05, 2020 10:44 am

Here is the first score - Robert Fuchs Fantaise (für Orgel) Op.91.

The score was in a rough condition and sadly a bit skew is left, as said
this was the first time I ever did that. Next time I have to pay more attention to be very orthogonal
over the score. Anyways, will convert the other pieces into scores as well. Score can be visually improved
I guess but don't have time for that. The score is readable.
Fuchs Fantasie Op.91.pdf
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