3 Rondos, Op.106 (Ries, Ferdinand)

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Rondo No.1

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Editor First edition (German)
Publisher. Info. Bonn: N. Simrock, n.d.(ca.1823). Plate 2165.
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Rondo No.2

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Editor First edition (German)
Publisher. Info. Bonn: N. Simrock, n.d.(ca.1824). Plate 2246.
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General Information

Work Title 3 Rondos
Alternative. Title
Composer Ries, Ferdinand
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.106
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IFR 89
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 pieces
  1. L'amour dans sa jeunesse: Air national de H.R. Bishop, arrangé en rondeau in B major
  2. Rondeau in F major
  3. Bacchanale in Rondoform in C major
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1822, London (No.1); 1825, Godesberg (Nos.2, 3)
First Publication. 1822 ca. – London: Power (No.1)
1824 ca. – London: Power / Bonn: N. Simrock (No.2)
1828 ca. – London: Goulding & D'Almaine / Paris: Pleyel (No.3)
Dedication Mademoiselle Justine Salomon (No.2)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation piano

Misc. Comments

The poem that served as the inspiration for the first rondo is by Thomas Moore.
The Ferdinand Ries Gesellschaft does not explain how Rondo No.2 was composed (1825) a year after it was first published (1824).