Salon music

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Re: Salon music

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I have this.
Fliege - Chinese Serenade.pdf
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tracyross wrote: Mon Aug 31, 2020 3:46 am I have this.Fliege - Chinese Serenade.pdf
Tracy
Thank you .. if you scroll to the bottom of the page, you will hear a sample of the more embellished version (click on the last/bottom sound sample)
Any further info on this would be appreciated.

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musiclife217 wrote: Mon Aug 31, 2020 4:08 pm
tracyross wrote: Mon Aug 31, 2020 3:46 am I have this.Fliege - Chinese Serenade.pdf
Tracy
Thank you .. if you scroll to the bottom of the page, you will hear a sample of the more embellished version (click on the last/bottom sound sample)
Any further info on this would be appreciated.
Edit: or perhaps the performer added a few notes and arpeggi independently of the score ?

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two pieces by one L. Stadeler .. I was looking for his/her Polka - L'eclat de Rire (Laughing Song) (any leads????) , but wound up with these two instead...

https://anet.be/submit.phtml?UDses=1146 ... nodesk%3D1

https://anet.be/submit.phtml?UDses=1146 ... nodesk%3D1

Polka-Mazurka - La Perle de Gand

Schottisch Celebre - L'ostendaise
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While FW190 is working on the Presser Etude, I am working on an Index of the Kunkel Musical Review.

This score of Kunkel's concert transcription of Faure's 'The Palms' is not on IMSLP...

Could anyone pull this out and perhaps do a little cleanup? It starts from page 5.

YouTube link recording as well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SyeQ3J-aq4
Vol. 21 No. 04 (April 1898).pdf
Faure - Kunkel - The Palms
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Faure_Kunkel_The_Palms_piano.pdf
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Thank you to you both. Just for classification purposes, make sure that the music by Jean-Baptiste Faure does not mix with that of Gabriel Fauré.
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Hobbypianist wrote: Sun Dec 27, 2020 7:36 am Faure_Kunkel_The_Palms_piano.pdf
Wow, thank you - looks brand new!
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Attached a little Meditation by David Socrates de Lisle (1864-1921) on the Carinthian Folk Song "Forsaken" (Original title "Verlassen bin I") in the version of Thomas Koschat (1845-1914).
Lisle,DS.-.Meditation-on-Koschat's-song-'Forsaken'-(2H-Balmer&Weber-Edition-1902).pdf
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... found some time to browse the polona website and found some pieces by Lack which were new to me ...
Lack op.44 Petit mouvement perpetuel.pdf
Lack op.136 Madrigal.pdf
Lack op.185 Romance sans paroles.pdf
Lack op.186 Serenade madrilene.pdf
Lack op.201 Souvenir de Smyrna.pdf
Lack op.240 Cantatilla.pdf
Lack op.249 Menuet regence.pdf
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