Kleine melodiöse Concert-Vorträge, Op.3 (Becker, Jean)

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Romance (No.1)

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Editor Julius Eichberg (1824–1893)
Publisher. Info. Julius Eichberg's Collection of Standard Modern Violin Music, Vol.I (No.1)
Boston: White, Smith & Co., 1884. Plate 5531.
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Misc. Notes Becker's most popular work, much anthologised
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Humoreske (No.2)

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Publisher. Info. Leipzig: Carl Rühle's Musikverlag, n.d. Plate C. 829 R.
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Misc. Notes Probably a reprint of the Tonger edition with the P.J.T. plate prefix replaced with Carl Rühle's initials.
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Rondino (No.4)

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Publisher. Info. Cologne: P.J. Tonger, n.d.[1877]. Plate P.J.T. 831.
Reprinted Leipzig: Carl Rühle's Musikverlag, n.d.
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Misc. Notes Possibly/probably this is the later 1882 edition as Tonger's plate numbers in 1877 were in the 300s.
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General Information

Work Title Kleine melodiöse Concert-Vorträge
Alternative. Title
Composer Becker, Jean
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.3
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 6 pieces
  1. Romanze (E-flat major)
  2. Humoreske (G major)
  3. Ein Traum (A minor)
  4. Rondino (A major)
  5. Melodie (D major)
  6. Erinnerung
First Publication. 1865–66 – Cassel: Luckhardt
1877 – Köln: Tonger (Neue Ausgabe)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Violin, Piano


Misc. Comments

Original Luckhardt edition received by HMB in two parts (first two in 1865, last four in 1866.) Tonger edition received by HMB twice (1877, 1882). May be the source of the "Romanze" by Becker published by White, Smith in 1884 (perhaps purchased by an agent on what I imagine was one of their regular European trips, judging from all the recently-published European music in American publishers' catalogs in those days of loose American copyright laws :) )