38 Waltzes, Ländler and Ecossaises, D.145 (Schubert, Franz)
Vienna: Diabelli, n.d.. Plate C. et D. No. 1216-1217.
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Eduard Beninger (1897–1963)
Franz Schubert Klavierwerke, Series IV: Tänze
Vienna: Universal Edition, n.d. Plate U.E. 33
Scanned at 1200dpi, cleaned with 4-point algorithm, additional manual cleaning, downsizing to 600dpi (I uploaded the 1200dpi version as well).
UE apparently reprinted an earlier edition they had issued of Schubert's piano works (around 1901) with a new editorial claim by Eduard Beninger in around 1928 (which is why there is still the early plate number).
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Piano 4 hands (Kremser)
For Piano 4 hands (Ulrich)
For Piano solo (Liszt)
|Work Title||38 Waltzes, Landler and Ecossaises, D.145 (Op.18)|
|Opus/Catalogue Number||D.145 (Op.18)|
|Movements/Sections||38 Pieces: 12 waltzes, 17 landler and 9 ecossaises|
Some single dances are datable between 1815 and July 1821. The first print is in two volumes: 1.: Waltzes and ecossaises 1 - 6; 2.: Landler and ecossaises 7 - 9.