Austrian Composers

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Re: Austrian Composers

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You're welcome and many thanks for the Fuchs! :D
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Gamma1734 wrote: Wed Aug 05, 2020 10:44 am Here is the first score - Robert Fuchs Fantaise (für Orgel) Op.91.

The score was in a rough condition and sadly a bit skew is left, as said
this was the first time I ever did that. Next time I have to pay more attention to be very orthogonal
over the score. Anyways, will convert the other pieces into scores as well. Score can be visually improved
I guess but don't have time for that. The score is readable.
Fuchs Fantasie Op.91.pdf
Belated thanks from my side, too. I re-worked your file a little bit.
Fuchs,R.-.op.091.-.Fantasie-(org-Coppenrath-Edition-1911).pdf
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Kreisler Petite Valse for piano

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Does anybody have a score of Fritz Kreislers Petite Valse for Pianos solo?
I couldn“t locate this little, charming piece...

Many thanks and greetings from Quarantine!

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Re: Kreisler Petite Valse for piano

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If a scan doesn't show up it is available in Volume 2 of The Fritz Kreisler Collection.

e.g.,
https://www.amazon.com/Fritz-Kreisler-C ... B0049BOU0W
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Re: Kreisler Petite Valse for piano

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I found this on Scribd, so I'm assuming it's okay to post here. :)
472482190-KREISLER-VIOLIN-Y-PIANO-PIECES.pdf
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Re: Kreisler Petite Valse for piano

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Nice find. I extracted the PV from the collection and gave it a bit of a trim.
Kreisler_Petite Valse.pdf
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Re: Kreisler Petite Valse for piano

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Thank you to you both.
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Re: Austrian Composers

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Joseph Eybler (1765-1846), Theme with 12 variations in A, HV 214

Eybler was the first musician to be asked by Mozart's widow to finish his requiem,
but he returned the impossible task, after which Constanze Mozart consulted others.
According to the site https://www.eybler-edition.org/drucke
he only composed few piano works.

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Eybler, Joseph Tema con Variazoni, HV 214.pdf
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Re: Austrian Composers

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Can someone please explain this "Preluding" that Dinu Lipatti did for Schubert Op 90/3



Thanks.
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Re: Austrian Composers

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It was a normal behaviour to "prelude" from a piece to another in order to reach the tonality of the new piece. At least till Lipatti or the old Backhaus and Kempff.
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