Piano Concerto, Op.16 (Gédalge, André)

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Daphnis (2011/2/10)

PMLP186818-Gédalge - Piano Concerto, Op. 16 (orch. score).pdf
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Paris: Enoch & Cie, n.d.(1899). Plate E. & C. 4081.

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For 2 Pianos (Falcke)

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PMLP186818-Gédalge - Piano Concerto, Op. 16 (trans. Falcke - 2 pianos).pdf
Arranger:

Henri Falcke (1866-1901)

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Paris: Enoch & Cie, 1899. Plate E. et C. 4380.

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PMLP186818-Gédalge - Piano Concerto, Op. 16 (trans. Falcke - orchestral reduction).pdf
Arranger:

Henri Falcke (1866-1901)

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Paris: Enoch & Cie, 1899. Plate E. & C. 4380 bis.

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General Information

Work Title Piano Concerto
Alternative Title
Composer Gédalge, André
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.16
Key C minor
Movements/Sections 3 movements:
  1. Moderato maestoso-Tranquillamente-(attacca)
  2. Andante (attacca)
  3. Allegro poco a poco accelerando.
Year/Date of Composition 1899*
First Performance 1900 February or earlier
First Publication 1899
Dedication à Henri Falcke (1866–1901)
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Piano solo + 2 Flutes, 2 oboes (English horn), 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 2 trumpets, 3 trombones, timpani, strings


Misc. Comments

A performance in February 1900 with Henri Falcke at the piano and the composer conducting is mentioned in the March 3 issue of that year's Revue politique et littéraire: revue bleue (p.284).

Instrumentation and movement headings from the Free Library of Philadelphia, Fleischer Collection library catalog entry.

First movement begins in C minor but is primarily in C major.

Seems not- 4 of 5 pages of the reduced score version of the first movement are in minor. In a private recording, I'm told, the total time taken up by the overall-minor-mode music before the change to C major at 3 bars after (3) is most of the first movement, not a small part of it. So no, it seems the opposite (I think I wrote the above statement, so I'm contradicting myself, but so goes.) C minor it is.- Schissel

*Based on what? - Schissel

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