Salon music

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Jean-Séb wrote: Wed Oct 08, 2014 12:27 pm I certainly am interested. If it is too fastidious to scan the whole album (and I know it is fastidious), could you at least scan the following ones :
Galeotti Gavotte
Lack Madrigal
Wachs coquetterie
Frey Arioso
Behr Op. 116 - Chanson d'amour
Behr Op. 284 No. 03 - Fern von Heimathland
Thanks.
For those who like Wachs compositions, there is a great new post by Hobbypianist with lots of scores scanned by Polona and shared on IMSLP
viewtopic.php?p=36781#p36781


Also, as a reminder, this link to scores shared on the old PiPhi :
viewtopic.php?p=7719#p7719
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Ferdinand Friedrich (1823-1893)
Träumender See Idylle, op. 254 No.7.
Published by Anton J. Benjamin, Hamburg, nd [c. 1900].
Friedrich,F.-.op.254-7.-.Träumender-See-Idylle-(pno-Benjamin-Edition~1900).pdf
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Richard Eilenberg (1848-1925)
The Uhlan's Call (Ulanenruf) - Characteristic Piece, opus 43.
Published by Suckling, Toronto, 1887.

Eilenberg,R.-.op.043.-.Ulanenruf-(pno-Suckling-Edition-1887).pdf
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Eilenberg is always fun. Thank you.
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Three works by Joseph Halberstadt (1813-1881), a German flute virtuoso who lived an died in London.
Halberstadt,J.-.Alexandra-Polka-Mazurka-(pno-Howard-Edition).pdf
Halberstadt,J.-.Gavotte-(2H-Archer-Lafleur-Edition).pdf
Halberstadt,J.-.L'Aimable-Polka-Mazurka-(pno-Howard-Edition).pdf
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Dancing mood. Thank you.
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I'm a new member here and looking for York Bowen: Reverie d'Amour. Op. 20, no. 2. It was here before, but it can no longer be downloaded!

Grateful for help! :)
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Welcome north.
Bowen,Y.-.op.020-2.-.Three-pieces-No.2-Reverie d'Amour-(pno-Williams-Edition-1913).pdf
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musiclife217 wrote: Fri Mar 28, 2014 2:37 pm Hello all,

I just have a question that I hope someone could help me with.

On the 5th volume of the Naxos Romantic Piano Favourites, there is an arrangement of Franz Lehar's Vilja (Vilia) Song from The Merry Widow - my question is has anyone seen this arrangement and/or know where it is? If you care to share, thank you in advance. It is quite an attractive arrangement.
Not quite a piano solo arrangement but close enough!
Vilia.pdf
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does anyone have the original score for the Hermann Fliege piece 'Chinese Serenade' (Op. 132 No. 02, I believe?)

I see the score in the 'Masterpieces of Piano Music' collection, but I believe that it is abridged somewhat.
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