18 Études pour virtuoses, Op.90 (Napoleão, Arthur)

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Publisher. Info. Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne, 1910. Plate 28713.
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Work Title 18 Études pour virtuoses
Alternative. Title
Composer Napoleão, Arthur
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IAN 1
Key see below
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 18 etudes
  • Suite I
  1. Aux pieds d'Omphale (Allegro assai; F major)
  2. Course au clocher (Veloce; D minor)
  3. Ronde des Elfes (Molto vivo; A minor, ends in A major)
  4. Au foyer (Allegretto moderato; E major)
  5. Danse des Fantoches (Allegro non troppo; E minor)
  6. Duo d'amour (Andante; D major)
  7. Pressentiment (Allegro agitato; G major)
  8. L'Ondine et le Poëte (Allegretto con moto: G major)
  9. Nouveau Trémolo (Poco lento — Allegro; C major) [based on a theme of an etude by Louis Moreau Gottschalk]
  • Suite II
10. Sérénade portugaise: O trovador e a saloia (Allegretto; G minor, ends in G major)
11. Papillone (Allegretto; D major)
12. Rêve d'une fée (Allegretto; G major)
13. Joyeux souvenir (Con moto; B major)
14. Adamastor (Con fuoco; E minor)
15. Prés d'un ruisseau (Con moto; G major)
16. Peines du coeur: Mendelssohniana (Con moto appassionato; F minor)
17. Une nuit sur le Taje (Andante con moto; F minor)
18. Cavalcade (Allegro vivo; G major)
Language Français
Dedication see below
  1. José Vianna da Motta
  2. Camille Saint-Saëns
  3. Harold Bauer
  4. Joaquim Antônio Barrozo Netto (Rio de Janeiro)
  5. Godofredo Leão Velloso (Rio de Janeiro)
  6. Alberto Nepomuceno (Rio de Janeiro)
  7. Henrique Oswald (Rio de Janeiro)
  8. M-me Antonieta Rudge Miller (São Paulo)
  9. à la memoir de Louis Moreau Gottschalk
  10. Alexandre Rey Colaço (Lisboa)
  11. M-me Judith Ribas (Rio de Janeiro) [printed as Judith Cardoso de Menezes, under her husband's last name]
  12. Charles-Marie Widor
  13. Ernest Schelling
  14. Alfredo Napoleão [composer's brother]
  15. Alfredo Bevilacqua (Rio de Janeiro)
  16. Loius Levy (São Paulo) [a son of the music publisher Henrique Luís Levy (1829–1896)?]
  17. Brasílio Itiberê
  18. Luigi Chiaffarelli (São Paulo)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Piano