Da bin ich, Op.253 (Faust, Carl)

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For Banjo and Piano (Baur)

 Complete Parts (Banjo and Piano)
#295329 - 0.89MB, 4 pp. -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0) - V/V/V - 64x

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Schissel (2013/9/9)

PMLP478920-FaustIchBinDa253arrBanjo.pdf
Arranger:

A. Baur (d.ca.1920?)

Publisher Info.:

The Boccaccio March. Home Sweet Home and Other Gems for the Banjo. No.5.
Boston: Fairbanks & Cole, 1883. Plate F. & C. 11.

Copyright:

Public Domain [tag/del]

Misc. Notes:

Lacks introduction.

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For Piano (Maylath)

 Complete Score
#295372 - 0.68MB, 3 pp. -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0) - V/V/V - 50x

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PMLP478920-FaustOp253arrMaylath.pdf
Arranger:

Henry Maylath (1827–1883)

Publisher Info.:

New York: E.H. Harding, 1877. Plate 793.

Copyright:

Public Domain [tag/del]

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General Information

Work Title Da bin ich
Alternative Title Da bin ich! ; Here I am! , Galop ; Galopp
Composer Faust, Carl
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.253
Movements/Sections 2 (Introduction - Galop)
First Publication 1875 – Breslau: Hainauer
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Orchestra


Misc. Comments

Interesting choice for a galop by Carl Faust when "Da bin ich!" is also associated with Gounod's opera Faust... (or just the original Goethe, I think, but it's been years since I've read it, interesting and good read though it was!)'

(Am guessing that the introduction in Maylath's arrangement is from the original score, though I have not seen it or even RISM information on it as I have in some other cases- in some of those other cases there has been an introduction in the original present in a small number of the arrangements but lacking in quite a few of the others.) - Schissel

(Also announced for piano in the same issue (November 1875) of HMB, though, and it's not clear whether Maylath was arranging from the original, now apparently lost or at least hard to find???..., orchestral or band parts. This is not true for all of Faust's dances - the Hesse library has parts for Auf ein Wort and the Helenen-Mazurka, for instance. The piano version of the original printing of this, btw, has plate J.1541 H. - a copy is at HBZ, Union Catalog North Rhine-Westphalia.)

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