Piano Quintet in E-flat major (Mraczek, Joseph Gustav)

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Scores and Parts

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Publisher. Info. Vienna: Universal Edition, 1910. Plate U.E. 2804.
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General Information

Work Title Piano Quintet in E-flat major
Alternative. Title
Composer Mraczek, Joseph Gustav
Key E-flat major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 4 movements:
  1. Praeludium
    Ganze Takte, in mäßigen Zeitmaß (Half note.png = 60) - Etwas mäßiger -
    Breiter - Erstes Zeitmaß - Mäßiger
  2. Legende
    Mäßig langsam, jedoch nicht schleppend (= 48) -
    Etwas zurückhaltend (in C major)
  3. Intermezzo
    Munter, in/im Zeitmaß belebt (♩‧ = 104) - Mäßiger -
    Munter, im Zeitmaß belebt (in D major)
  4. Finale
    Mäßig bewegt (Half note.png = 76) - Ruhiger - Ruhig - Mäßiger -
    Immer belebter - Ruhiger - Breiter - Erstes Zeitmaß - Immer breiter -
    Sehr breit - Drängend - Scharf im Tempo - Sehr bewegt
First Publication. 1910 – Vienna: Universal Edition
Dedication Leo Blech in großer Wertschätzung gewidmet
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Piano, 2 violins, viola, cello

Misc. Comments

Violino I part has "in" Zeitmaß (beginning of Intermezzo); Violoncell has "im" Zeitmaß. There are discrepancies of small kinds between the string parts and the piano parts. - Schissel (Not sure of premiere date, but performed in Bremen sometime in late 1912, according to the January 1, 1913 Musical Times and Singing Class Circular, p.52. Perhaps earlier, as it had been in print for two years.)