Henri Bertini

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Re: Henri Bertini

Post by Jean-Séb » Thu Oct 09, 2014 3:51 pm

Seconded!

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Re: Henri Bertini

Post by paolor » Fri Oct 10, 2014 9:30 am

Riodk wrote:Thanks FW190. It is a nice Little collection of Bertini we have thanks to you :-)
Also from my side special thanks for this really nice and well-done collection of duet arrangements!

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Re: Henri Bertini

Post by FW190 » Thu Oct 16, 2014 7:10 am

Duo à quatre mains pour le Piano sur les Themes de
La part du diable, Opera de D.F.E. Auber par H. Bertini.

Opus 148, published by Schott, Mainz, n.d. [1844].
Bertini.-.op.148.-.Duo-sur-La-part-du-diable-d'Auber-(4H-Schott-Edition-1844).pdf
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Re: Henri Bertini

Post by 4candles » Wed May 06, 2015 2:19 pm

Caprices nos. 23-25 (from Bertini's 25 Caprices-Etudes, Op. 94) available digitized at the following link. I can't download for some reason:
http://polona.pl/item/14529231/2/
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Re: Henri Bertini

Post by Timtin » Sun Dec 16, 2018 8:34 pm

It seems that Bertini had a habit of composing Etudes in sets of 25. However,
his Op.32 has only 24 - or does it?

On IMSLP, there are two editions, Litolff and Schirmer, each with 24 Etudes.
But Augener published Op.32 as '25 Studies' with this additional E minor Study
incorporated after the E major Study (No.21).

If anyone knows the background to this discrepancy, I'd be interested to
hear about it, thank you.
Bertini 25 Studies Op32 No22.pdf
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Re: Henri Bertini

Post by Jean-Séb » Mon Dec 17, 2018 5:44 pm

Just found these lines on a list of Bertini' studies :
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I don't know if it helps.

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Re: Henri Bertini

Post by Timtin » Mon Dec 17, 2018 7:00 pm

Thank you JS. That seems to tie in with what I spotted earlier today,
namely that Op.29 also had an extra Study added to it in some editions.

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Re: Henri Bertini

Post by Timtin » Wed Jan 09, 2019 5:45 pm

Here's the missing Etude from Op.29. Curiously, in my Ashdown Edition,
the order of the Etudes is completely different from those which appear
as a set of 24 in the Peters Edition (and Litolff Edition), available on IMSLP.

Compared with the order in the Peters Edition, the Ashdown order is as follows:
8,7,2,12,(-),3,19,9,17,14,13,16,15,18,11,24,20,22,21,4,5,6,10,23,1.

So, for example, Etude No.2 in the Peters Edition is Etude No.7 in the Ashdown
Edition and the first Etude appears last! The un-numbered Etude (-) in the above
list is the missing Etude, which is in D minor. There are no others in D minor.
Bertini 25 Studies Op29 No5.pdf
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