Mimoses, Op.113 (Gurlitt, Cornelius)

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Editor Otto Gustav Thümer (1848-1917)
Publisher. Info. London: Augener Ltd., No.6151b, n.d.[1881]. Plates 5872, 5873, 5949, 5950,
5970, 5976, 5999, 6000, 6003, 6006, 6024, 6027.
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Misc. Notes Individual plate nos. for each piece. NB this is edition with English fingering; No.6151a also listed with Continental fingering. From uploader's collection BW with colour cover.
Plate numbers correlate with dates of first edition (for first ten, which are listed in Hofmeister in 1881, Augener)- perhaps Thümer "edited" a collection but not the individual scores?...- Schissel (poss. this is from 1885? An 1885 ad- under "Mimosen" - does give "En forme d'Etudes", a suffix that doesn't seem to be found on the first edition.)
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General Information

Work Title Mimoses
Alternative. Title Mimosen. Mimosas. Zwolf charakteristische Stücke
Composer Gurlitt, Cornelius
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.113
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 12 pieces
1. Cascade
2. Babbling Brook (Ruisseau murmurant)
3. Nocturne
4. Love-Song (Chant d'amour)
5. Elegy (Elégie)
6. Valse Noble (Valse noble)
7. Sleepless Night(Nuits blanches)
8. Summer Hours (En Été) (An Idyl)
9. Résignation (Résignation)
10. The Fountain (La Fontaine)
11. Funeral March (Marche funèbre)
12. Barcarolle
First Publication. 1881
Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1881), p.168
Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1881), p.224
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Piano solo

Misc. Comments

Original title was : Mimosen. Characteristic Pieces f. Pfte. (no mention of "In form of Studies", etc.) First 10 published by Augener in 2 books received by HMB at two points in 1881. Composition date unknown (some time between 1820 and 1881, presumably.) - Schissel

No.8 published separately in the Monthly Musical Record, Oct.1 1881, pp.181-183. The first two of the set were reviewed in the same journal, June 1 1881, p.118.