Fantaisie de concert, Op.31 (Seitz, Albert)
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Scores and Parts
Paris: Gay & Cie., n.d. Plate L.R.132.
Gay here is not A. Gay (publishing house from Marne) nor P. Gay (basically Paul Gay's self-publishing house, first decade 20th century, near as I can tell) but a (short-lived?) successor to Rouhier, located on the Blvd Poissonnière in Paris. The front page suggests that they may have been purchased by Alphonse Leduc?
|Work Title||Fantaisie de concert|
|Dedication||Fr. Denayer (viola part), Amatao (cello)|
|Instrumentation||Cello (or viola), piano|
Op.33, two pieces for violin and piano, was published by E. Demets in 1902 (BdlF 1902, p.394) according to BdlF (BNF has 1899-1902). So probably published ca.1902 or so.