Old Acquaintances (Wolsieffer, Philip Mathias)

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1854 Version

 Nos.1 to 3
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 Nos.4 to 7
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 Nos.8 to 12
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PMLP212855-WolsiefferOldA1854 1to3.pdf
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Philadelphia: P.M. Wolsieffer, 1854.

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1876 Version

 No.4: Augustin
#104157 - 1.03MB, 3 pp. -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0) - V/V/V - 78x

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 No.10: Swedish Air
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 No.11: French Air
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Schissel (2011/6/3)

PMLP212855-WolsiefferOldAcqu 4.pdf
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Philadelphia: G.M. André, 1876. Plates 534, 540, 541.

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General Information

Work Title Old Acquaintances
Alternative Title 12 Favorite Melodies Arranged as Rondinos in Classical Form
Composer Wolsieffer, Philip Mathias
Movements/Sections 12 Rondinos:
1. Away with Melancholy.
2. German Melody.
3. Austrian Waltz.
4. Augustin.
5. Russian Air.
6. Waltz.
7. Sleep.
8. French Air.
9. Swiss Boy.
10. Swedish Air.
11. French Air.
12. The Sweet Birds.
First Publication 1854 – Philadelphia: Wolsieffer
Dedication To the Piano Left-Hand
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Piano left-hand


Misc. Comments

Published first (as "Old Acquaintances in New Dresses") in 1854, (revised?) in 1876 by G. André. (The first versions are dedicated affectionately to the Left Hand but seem? to require 2 hands?)

As the name suggests, Augustin is indeed based on Ach, du lieber Augustin (to some this may be more familiar from the scherzo to String Quartet No.2, Op.10, by Arnold Schoenberg.) - Schissel

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