Adagio und Rondo, J.115 (Weber, Carl Maria von)

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Bagira (2011/4/24)

PMLP205019-Weber Adagio und Rondo partitur.pdf
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August Reinhard (1831-1912)

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Berlin: Carl Simon Musikverlag, n.d.[1893]. Plate C.S. 1917.

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For Harmonium and Piano (Reinhard)

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August Reinhard (1831-1912)

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Berlin: Carl Simon, n.d.(ca.1894). Plate C.S. 1919.

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General Information

Work Title Adagio und Rondo
Alternative Title Adagio u. Rondo f. d. Harmonichord (od. Harmonium) mit Begl. d. Orch. Nachlass No. 15.
Composer Weber, Carl Maria von
Opus/Catalogue Number J.115 ; WeV N.12
Key F major
Movements/Sections 2
Year/Date of Composition 1811
First Publication 1861
Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1861), p.178
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Solo: harmonichord
Orchestra: 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, timpani, strings
Extra Information According to Grove Music, the solo is listed as "harmonichord/reed organ".


Misc. Comments

It was written not for the harmonium but for an instrument, the Harmonichord, that had just been constructed by - to quote Stephan D. Lindeman ("Structural Novelty and Tradition in the Early Romantic Piano Concerto", p.54) - Gottfried and Friedrich Kaufmann (two years earlier) in 1809. (Continuing) The harmonichord (Lindeman also writes harmonicon) was a type of "sostenente" (?) piano that - he here quotes Alexandr Buchner's New Grove Dictionary article on the Sostenente Piano - "resembled an upright piano, {and} a long cylinder above the keyboard, rotated by two pedals, set in vibration a rod connected with the strings." (So, hmcd tag (harmonichord).)

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