6 Oktavenetüden, Op.124 (Huber, Hans)

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General Information

Work Title 6 Oktavenetüden
Alternative. Title
Composer Huber, Hans
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.124
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 6
  1. Toccata (Fraulein Ch. Schrameck)
  2. Valse-impromptu (ded. to F. Bühler)
  3. Romanze in E
  4. Intermezzo / Scherzo (ded. to Fraulein M. Litterst)
  5. Nachtstück (ded. to Dr. E. Refardt)
  6. Valse-impromptu (ded. to M. Kopp)
First Publication. 1907
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation piano
External Links RISM 402005296 (sketches)
Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1907), p.12

Misc. Comments

Valse-impromptu no.2 is in B major, no.6 in B major. No.3 is called an intermezzo acc. to WorldCat while no.4 (which matches our no.4 from the incipit at RISM) is a scherzo from the ms sketches.

Edgar Refardt (dedicatee of the Nachtstück of this set; also author of the article on Huber in Monographie..., C.F. Kahnt, 1906) - in his 1944 study "Hans Huber; Leben und Werk eines Schweizer Musikers" - is cited by RISM as a source. (This editor had thought that perhaps the Oct. 1903 etudes Refardt mentions in the 1906 article - as not (yet!) - published - might have been these - but they are also listed (in sketch anyway) at RISM (RISM 402005040), as a set with contents and dedication (to Busoni) listed, and are not the same works (though some of the titles are the same.) - Schissel