Album célèbre (Saenger, Gustav)

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Volume 1

 Piano Score and Violin Part
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Publisher Info.:

New York: Carl Fischer, 1889. Plate 2219-54.

Copyright:

Public Domain [tag/del]

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Editing: converted to black and white tif files, de-skewed, re-sampled to 600dpi, and set uniform margins.

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General Information

Work Title Album célèbre
Alternative Title Twenty selected pieces for violin and piano
Composer Saenger, Gustav
Movements/Sections 20 pieces in 2 volumes
  • Volune 1
  1. Goltermann: 2 Pièces de Salon, No.2. Le rêve
  2. Gounod: Serenade
  3. Hauser: Wiegenlied/Berceuse
  4. Henselt: 12 Études de salon, Liebeslied
  5. Henselt: Petite valse
  6. Raff: 6 Morceaux, No.3. Cavatina
  7. Rubinstein: Mélodie (arr. by W. G. Dietrich)
  8. Rubinstein: Romance
  9. Spohr: Barcarolle
  10. Schumann: Schlummerlied
  • Volume 2
  1. Braga: La serenata
  2. Booth: Schlummerlied
  3. Ghys: Air du roi Louis XIII
  4. Hauser: Schifferlied
  5. Heller: Feuillet d'album
  6. Henselt: La fontaine
  7. Kirchner: Albumblatt
  8. Schulhoff: Confidence
  9. Tchaikovsky: Chant sans paroles
  10. Wagner: Prayer from Rienzi
First Publication 1889 – New York: Carl Fischer
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Violin (or flute or cello), piano


Misc. Comments

  • There are several other similarly titled collections: H Böhme (Litolff) Zanger Op.19 for example.
  • No arrangers or editors are credited in the 1889 printing of volume 1. Judging from entries in Worldcat this must have been corrected in the edition whose copyright was renewed in 1911.
  • Though the title page mentions no solo instrument other than violin, the top line of the piano parts consistently says "Violin or Flute or Violincele".
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