Capriccio sur un choral protestant, Op.100 (Adam, Adolphe)
First edition probably
London: Mori & Lavenu, n.d.. Plate 3740.
Co-published with Paris: Maurice Schlesinger, n.d.
Plate is 3740, though on most pages looks like a 1 with a little dash. See p.6 where the plate is clearest. Mori & Lavenu was taken over and its name changed in 1839, apparently; therefore (see below) this edition came out between 1836 and 1839. In fact it was released in 1836 (like the Purday edition), and no later than May or so: see.
|Work Title||Capriccio sur un choral protestant|
|Alternative Title||Capriccio on the Protestant Choral in Meyerbeer's Celebrated Opera 'Les Huguenots'|
|First Publication||1836 - London: Z.T. Purday
|Dedication||Mademoiselle Emilie Bernard|
|Related Works||Based on Les Huguenots by Giacomo Meyerbeer|
- Our only work by Adam with an opus number, but according to HMB, hardly the only such work by him. (Though he seems to have been past op.100 by 1836, if that's the same A. Adam- could be Josef August Adam. This work, however, is definitely by Adolphe Adam, see cover page :) )