||No. 1 Gavotte: Chicago: Chicago Music Company, 1881. |
Nos. 2 to 6 : Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, 1883. Plate A. P. S. & Co. 540–544.
||Schmidt edition uses of course different prints (clear not just from the plate numbers but also from the typefaces etc. used.)
||6 Characteristic Pieces
||Morey, Frederick L.
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
- 1. Gavotte Imperiale
- 2. Album Leaf
- 3. Tarantelle
- 4. Serenade
- 5. Saltarello
- 6. Cradle Song
||1881-83 - Chicago: The Chicago Music Company
||To the following people:
- 1. Emil Liebling (1851–1914)
- 2. E.E. Touthworth Esq.
- 3. Madame Clara von Klenze
- 4. Mrs. Flora M. Dickerman
- 5. Mrs. Betty M. Newcomb
- 6. Mrs. Clara M. Edwards
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
Op.12 was published by Chicago Music 2 years before it was published by Arthur Schmidt- part of this edition is at LOC. - Schissel
Clara M. Edwards is probably not Clara Edwards the composer (1880s-1974) unless this was an early-birth-years present for her via her parents, which is of course possible too... (in fact, dedicating a Cradle Song to a 3 or so-year-old child - assuming her birth year was ca.1880 and not 1887 per some other sources - makes sense, come to think. So conceivably- it's hardly proof- the dedicatee could be the composer-to-be...)