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Re: Composers from Germany [Misc]

Posted: Sat Mar 21, 2020 3:52 pm
by Hobbypianist
A member here from PP sent me two other Lange works (Thanks!!) which I've tried to clean and align a little bit:
Reigen im Grünen, Op.23
Im grünen Hain, Op.60

Re: Composers from Germany [Misc]

Posted: Sun Mar 22, 2020 10:17 am
by Hobbypianist
a bunch of works by Franz Behr (1837 — 1898), several published under his pseudonyms "Charles Godard, William Cooper, Francesco d'Orso":

Arlequinade, Carneval de Venise, Feuilles des roses, Impromptu (Valse), La boite a musique, Le muguet, Les Sylphes, Lilianne, Macarena Valse, Marche francaise, Omphale, Pour toujours, Serenade tzigane, Op.17, Op.55, Op.61, Op.66, Op.78, Op.86, Op.88/1, Op.91/14 + 26, Op.106, Op.122, Op.123, Op.124, Op.126, Op.133, Op.146, Op.158, Op.168, Op.326, Op.340, Op.499, Op.592/3, Op.657, Op.691
HP

Re: Composers from Germany [Misc]

Posted: Sun Mar 22, 2020 5:23 pm
by paolor
Hobbypianist wrote:
Sat Mar 21, 2020 3:52 pm
A member here from PP sent me two other Lange works (Thanks!!) which I've tried to clean and align a little bit:
Reigen im Grünen, Op.23
Im grünen Hain, Op.60
Unfortunately only downloadable for members ...

Re: Composers from Germany [Misc]

Posted: Sun Mar 22, 2020 5:39 pm
by Hobbypianist
here:
Lange_op.23_Reigen_im_Gruenen.pdf
Lange_op.60_Im_gruenen_Hain.pdf

sorry, I thought you had an account there. Actually I didn't want to waste server space that's why I only post the links here. If I should add also pdfs let me know. HP

Re: Gustav Lange

Posted: Sun Mar 22, 2020 9:59 pm
by musiclife217
musiclife217 wrote:
Wed Jul 11, 2018 7:55 pm
Phillip210 wrote:There has always been a lot of interest in 'new' pieces by Lange, so I was interested to see a recent upload by BnF of a set of pieces identified as 'Aquarelles'. This seems to be a selection of individual pieces by Lange published in Germany around 1875. BnF seems not to have catalogued them properly, and the only way to find out what they are is to open up the individual pieces. I'm sure that they will eventually find their way to IMSLP, but meanwhile I have downloaded them and given them file names with their German titles. They are mainly within the range Opp. 180-210, and their are some really good pieces there (only one is already on IMSLP) :) . You can see them in a folder I set up for them: http://www.mediafire.com/?e4d0nbcl9a1i5
From another Lange fan, this is superb! Definitely fills a number of holes! :) It would be exciting to hear any of them!
I realized that this stash is not searchable on PP or elsewhere, so here are the contents:

Lange - Bunte Schmetterlinge. Idylle (1875), Op. 205
Lange - Offenbach-Fantasien 2 - Lied des Fortunio Op. 208 No. 2
Lange - 2 Leichte Jagdstucke 1 - Jagers Auszug Op. 186 No. 1
Lange - 2 Leichte Jagdstucke 2 - Waldmanns Heimkehr Op. 186 No. 2
Lange - 2 Waldidyllen (1876) 1 - Waldmannslust, Op. 211 No. 1
Lange - Alleluia d'amour after J Faure Op. 244
Lange - An der Wiege. Tonstuck Op. 188
Lange - Auf der Heimwehfluh. Eine Schweizer-Idylle, Op. 200
Lange - Die Loreley singt. Gondellied, Op. 187
Lange - Faublas-Polonaise, Op. 184
Lange - Fur dich. Melodisches Tonstuck, Op. 180
Lange - Gruss Gott du schoner Wald. Tonstuck Op. 192
Lange - Gruss in Tonen. Tonstuck (1875), Op. 202
Lange - Harpes Aeoliennes Op. 177
Lange - Herzenfruhling. Tonstuck, Op. 179
Lange - In einsamen Stunden. 2 Lyrische Tonstucke (1876) 1 - Stilles Sehnen Op. 209 No. 1
Lange - In einsamen Stunden. 2 Lyrische Tonstucke (1876) 2 - Still begluckt Op. 209 No. 2
Lange - Legende. Tonstuck Op. 206
Lange - Les cloches du mariage aux lanternes (Offenbach). Etude Caracteristique, Op. 8
Lange - O frage nicht. Lyrisches Tonstuck, Op. 191
Lange - Schlummerlied. Tonstuck, Op. 193
Lange - Selige Tage. Tonstuck, Op. 182
Lange - Valse Melancolique (1876), Op. 210
Lange - Vor deinem Bilde. Meditation, Op. 178

Re: Composers from Germany [Misc]

Posted: Mon Mar 23, 2020 2:17 pm
by Jean-Séb
paolor wrote:
Sun Mar 22, 2020 5:23 pm
Unfortunately only downloadable for members ...
Dear Paolor,
I believe that you can download from IMSLP even if you are not a member. You are just imposed a very short delay of 15 sec.

Re: Composers from Germany [Misc]

Posted: Wed Mar 25, 2020 10:53 am
by Hobbypianist
Fritz Spindler (1817 — 1905): Op.32, Op.66/2+3, Op.102/2, Op.116/1, Op.123/1, Op.143/1, Op.182, Op.183/22, Op.190/2, Op.261, Op.326, Op.336

Erik Meyer-Helmund (1861 — 1932): Op.95, Mazurkas No.2 + No.3, Souvenir

Re: Composers from Germany [Misc]

Posted: Thu Mar 26, 2020 11:37 am
by paolor
Jean-Séb wrote:
Mon Mar 23, 2020 2:17 pm
paolor wrote:
Sun Mar 22, 2020 5:23 pm
Unfortunately only downloadable for members ...
Dear Paolor,
I believe that you can download from IMSLP even if you are not a member. You are just imposed a very short delay of 15 sec.
Dear Jean-Seb, I knew about these 15 seconds. However, newly added scores are reserved for members during a certain (short) period; for ex. the ones added today by Hobbypianist.

Kind regards (stay healthy !!),
paolor

Re: Composers from Germany [Misc]

Posted: Sat Mar 28, 2020 10:55 am
by Hobbypianist
another one from Polona
Fritz Kirchner (1840 — 1907): Op.79, Op.174, Op.304a, Sérénade espagnole

German? There's not much info about this composer.
Rudolf Kradolfer (fl. 1885..1905): Serenade

HP

Re: Composers from Germany [Misc]

Posted: Sat Apr 04, 2020 6:27 pm
by musiclife217
I hope this is not too much to ask, but I am playing this elegant sonata movement from Carl Maria von Weber...

Would anyone be able to help with the realization of this 'climbing' trill?

Weber, Carl Maria von-Op. 24 Movement II (Adagio)
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