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Re: Composers from Switzerland

Posted: Wed Jun 17, 2015 8:59 pm
by fleubis
Thank you, musiclife217. This Barcarolle is a very substantial and subtle. It and sounds and plays very well. I had no idea Raff had written anything like this.

Re: Composers from Switzerland

Posted: Fri Jun 19, 2015 1:02 pm
by musiclife217
fleubis wrote:Thank you, musiclife217. This Barcarolle is a very substantial and subtle. It and sounds and plays very well. I had no idea Raff had written anything like this.
Seconded and you're welcome! Always worthwhile to keep digging! :)

Re: Composers from Switzerland

Posted: Tue Jul 14, 2015 7:07 pm
by mballan
Raff's Op 15 Six Poemes (which I think someone was after) ?

Scanned by the lovely Sir Peter.

Malcolm
Raff - Op 15 Six Poemes.pdf

Re: Composers from Switzerland

Posted: Tue Jul 14, 2015 8:07 pm
by Jim Faston
Thanks, Malcolm. These look really good--hopefully I'll get a chance to have at them this weekend.

Re: Composers from Switzerland

Posted: Tue Jul 14, 2015 8:18 pm
by fleubis
Love the Raff Op.15. The composers melodic/harmonic elaboration is highly ingenious.

Wonderful posting, Raff.

Re: Composers from Switzerland

Posted: Wed Jul 15, 2015 2:51 am
by musiclife217
mballan wrote:Raff's Op 15 Six Poemes (which I think someone was after) ?

Scanned by the lovely Sir Peter.

Malcolm
Raff - Op 15 Six Poemes.pdf
Too kind! Thank you so much! That is the spirit! Here is one also that I just found from Raff's Op. 187 ! Sadly, just No. 06 - Venitienne.
Raff, Joachim-Op. 187 No. 06-Venitienne.pdf

Re: Composers from Switzerland

Posted: Wed Sep 16, 2015 8:36 am
by mballan
Raff's Op 125 Drei Klavierstucke seems to be a tricky one to find, although I think I've seen Nos. 1 & 2 somewhere......and here is the even more elusive No. 3 'L'Espiegle' Valse-Impromptu.

Malcolm
Raff - Op 125 No. 3 'L'Espiegle' Valse-Impromptu.pdf

Re: Composers from Switzerland

Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2015 11:15 am
by musiclife217
mballan wrote:Raff's Op 125 Drei Klavierstucke seems to be a tricky one to find, although I think I've seen Nos. 1 & 2 somewhere......and here is the even more elusive No. 3 'L'Espiegle' Valse-Impromptu.

Malcolm
Raff - Op 125 No. 3 'L'Espiegle' Valse-Impromptu.pdf
Thank you very much for sharing! No. 01, the Gavotte, was very popular in its day and is on IMSLP. No. 02, the Berceuse, was recorded on a Lullaby CD... it would be nice to see the score, yes! then Op. 125 will be complete! Has anyone heard a recording of No. 01 or No. 03?

Re: Composers from Switzerland

Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2015 10:52 pm
by fleubis
Thanks for the Raff. This composer continues to surprise me.

Re: Composers from Switzerland

Posted: Tue Sep 22, 2015 7:36 am
by mballan
Raff - Op 177 Symphony No. 5 in E major 'Lenore' - arranged Piano solo.

I have seen a piano / 4 hands arrangement, plus various odd movements transcribed, but never the full symphony for piano solo. Strangely this transcription was split between Kienzl and Brissler, so I have scanned and posted each bit separately.

Unfortunately, although the first three movements were reasonably good clean copies, the 4th had some shadowing (hence one page done in grayscale).

Note: the cropped page 52 has now been replaced with a full, clean version.....so if you have downloaded the 2nd part the attached is now a revised version.

Malcolm
Raff - Op 177 Symphony No. 5 in E major 'Lenore' 1st & 2nd movements arr. piano solo (Kienzl).pdf
Raff - Op 177 Symphony No. 5 in E major 'Lenore' 3rd & 4th movements arr. piano solo (Brissler)[mhb].pdf