Méthode des Méthodes, Op.98 (Moscheles, Ignaz)

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Publisher. Info. Paris: Schlesinger, 1840. Plate M.S. 2345
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General Information

Work Title Méthode des Méthodes
Alternative. Title Etudes de perfectionnement (Etüden für Spieler höherer Ausbildung) composées pour le pianoforte
Composer Moscheles, Ignaz
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.98
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 20 works by Moscheles and 12 other composers
1. L'enjouement, etude (A major)
2. L'ambition, etude (G minor)
3. Etude No.1 (F minor)
4. Etude No.2 (D major)
5. Etude No.3 (A major)
6. Etude No.1 (E major)
7. Etude No.2 "Etude de la cadence" (A minor)
8. Etude in F minor, WoO 1
9. Morceau de salon, S.142 (E minor)
10. Etude (D major)
11. Etude No.1 (F major)
12. Etude No.2 (B minor)
13. Die Jagd - La chasse, Op.29 (E major)
14. Etude No.1 (E minor)
15. Etude No.2 (C minor)
16. La gondola, etude, Op.13 No.2 (G major)
17. Etude (A-flat major)
18. Elegia, etude, Op.63 No.41 (C minor)
19. Allegro serioso (F minor)
20. Scherzo (F major)
Language French
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation piano

Misc. Comments

Moscheles contribution was the first 2 Etudes from this collection of 20 etudes, written by 12 composers. The collection also contains (in this order) etudes by F. Chopin (3 "Nouvelles Etudes"), S. Thalberg (2), F. Mendelssohn (1), F. Liszt (1), J. Rosenhain (1), Th. Dohler (2), S. Heller (1), E. Wolff (2), A. Henselt (1), P. Benedict (1), A. Mereaux (1), & Taubert (2).