Ostrolenka (Bonawitz, Johann Heinrich)

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Sheet Music

Arrangements and Transcriptions

Selections

For Piano Solo

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Publisher. Info. Philadelphia: Lee & Walker, 1875. Plate 14554 (Polonaise only.)
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Misc. Notes Many of the files have footer numbers, but these are page numbers from the larger collection from which many of them have been taken (very most likely related to the cover page), not plates. The scan of the Polonaise is from a separate publication ("The Celebrated Polonaise from the...") and does have a plate number.
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For Piano 4 Hands

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Publisher. Info. Philadelphia: Lee & Walker, 1875.
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Misc. Notes In F minor.
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General Information

Work Title Ostrolenka
Alternative. Title Ostrolenka: grand heroic opera in four acts
Composer Bonawitz, Johann Heinrich
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 4 Acts
First Performance. 1874 December 3 (Philadelphia?)
First Publication. 1876 – Boston: Oliver Ditson (vocal score.)
Librettist Philip Haimbach (1827–1902), George W. Tryon, H. M. Wetherill
Language German, English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic

Misc. Comments

Premiere information from Pocknell: Franz Liszt and Agnes Street-Klindworth (2000, Pendragon Press).