Austrian Composers

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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by alfor » Tue Mar 21, 2017 7:15 pm

How to climb a Silly Mountain...

Alban BERG
Sonata op. 1

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Berg Sonata op. 1 fingered.pdf
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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by fhimpsl » Wed Mar 22, 2017 12:39 pm

Dear Alfor,

Thank you for fingering this monumental Sonata, which has always been a favorite. And for your incredible work on all the Prokofiev Sonatas and many Rachmaninov pieces as well. This is a major contribution worthy of publication. Have you ever considered one of the giants such as Peters, Boosey, Barenreiter etc. to formally typeset and publish your editions? I think they might sell beyond the expected library sales, as many pianists would benefit greatly from your ideas. Have you ever considered Scriabin No. 8? The blindingly fast patterns in fourths are a major obstacle (as is the length of the work). I once had the pleasure of having those fourth passages demonstrated to me by a great pianist, but unfortunately did not make notes. All I can remember is that a great deal of cross-hand work was involved.

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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by alfor » Thu Mar 23, 2017 7:03 pm

Dear Frank,

thank you for feedback!

I will post a fingering for the respective bars in the Scriabin Sonata.

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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by fleubis » Fri Mar 24, 2017 10:37 pm

Well, Alfred, clearly a lot of work went into that Berg. It is certainly NOT my cup of day, but am looking forward to playing through it to see what insights your fingering yields. (No, I don't like the violin concerto either! :) )

But I've got joyful Rach to play through with some amazing "enablers" fingering-wise.

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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by FW190 » Wed Oct 11, 2017 8:28 am

Three little works by Felix Adler (* 27.4.1876 Vienna - † 28.12.1927 Prague):
Adler,F.-.Two-Minuets-(pno-Reid-Edition).pdf
Adler,F.-.Piano-Sonata-in-Eb-Minuet-and-Trio-(Lucas&Weber-Edition).pdf
Adler,F.-.Gavotte-&-Musette-(pno-Lucas&Weber-Edition).pdf
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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by fleubis » Wed Oct 11, 2017 6:35 pm

Thank you for the Adler, FW190. I was rather surprised to see that a publisher would publish a movement from a Sonata (piano-presumably). I don't recall seeing this practice very often (yes, the Moonlight Sonata does come to mind!)

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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by kapsweiss2017 » Mon Jan 15, 2018 11:03 am

Hello, from Spain.

Sorry for my english.

I am new in this forum. It is so amazing how wonderful scores have been uploaded. I am looking for a version of Schubert's Sonatas with pedalling. I think there is one edited by Conrad Ansorge (Tonsmeister Ausgabe - Verlag Ullstein). Could someone upload these versions? I am interested in the last 8 sonatas.

Thanks.

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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by ilu » Tue Mar 13, 2018 10:01 pm

Hi:
I am looking for an easy version of Schubert’s “Ave Maria “ for piano solo; any help or advice will be very much appreciated.

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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by paolor » Wed Mar 14, 2018 5:52 pm

ilu wrote:Hi:
I am looking for an easy version of Schubert’s “Ave Maria “ for piano solo; any help or advice will be very much appreciated.

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Here's one - hope it's not too difficult. Bw, paolor
Schubert Ave Maria.pdf
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Re: Austrian Composers

Post by ilu » Wed Mar 14, 2018 11:27 pm

paolor wrote:
ilu wrote:Hi:
I am looking for an easy version of Schubert’s “Ave Maria “ for piano solo; any help or advice will be very much appreciated.

ILU.
Here's one - hope it's not too difficult. Bw, paolor
Paolor:
Tank you it is what I am looking for a young student.

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