I've thought the same thing... thank you also for pointing this out and also for this resource!Jean-Séb wrote: ↑Mon Aug 12, 2019 9:30 pmThank you Musiclife.
Here is the combined file :
Scharwenka P. Bergfahrt op.36 No4 Abenteuer.pdf
Please note that the whole opus 36 can be found online (but not in the Moszkowski edition)
https://www.scharwenka-stiftung.de/date ... s_3_ps.pdf
https://www.scharwenka-stiftung.de/date ... s_6_ps.pdf
I wonder whether Scharwenka is considered as Polish or German. The city he was born in was Prussian at the time.
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