Poème d'amour, Op.3 (Henselt, Adolf von)




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Vrj (2012/2/1)

Performer Pages Jos Van Roy (Computer)
Publisher Info. Jos Van Roy
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Sheet Music


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Cypressdome (2013/7/15)

Editor First edition
Publisher. Info. Paris: Maurice Schlesinger, n.d [1838]. Plate M.S. 2537.
Misc. Notes Erroneously listed on the cover and first page as being Opus 2.
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PMLP15303-AvHenselt Poème d'amour, Op.3 MSchlesinger.pdf

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Hobbypianist (2007/5/24)

Editor William Scharfenberg (1819-1895)
Publisher. Info. New York: G. Schirmer, 1882. Plate 2902.
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Henselt op.3 Poeme d'amour.pdf

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Nigel Nettheim (2016/12/8)

Editor Vladimir de Pachmann (1848-1933)
Publisher. Info. Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.(ca.1888). Plate 7545.
Misc. Notes 600 dpi images, manually cleaned.
Pachmann's famous fingerings may be of interest to experts; less advanced players might find the fingerings puzzling, and not what they were looking for.
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PMLP15303-Henselt Poeme d'Amour Op3 Novello Pachmann.pdf

Arrangements and Transcriptions

For Violin solo (Saint-Lubin)

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Arranger Léon de Saint-Lubin (1805–1850)
Publisher. Info. Berlin: Ad. Mt. Schlesinger, n.d. Plate S. 2794
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PMLP388219-SAINT-LUBIN - A. HENSELT Poème d' Amour.pdf
For Cello and Piano (Ganz)
See: Transcriptions, Op.30 (No.6)
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General Information

Work Title Poème d'amour
Alternative. Title Poëme d’amour ; Étude
Composer Henselt, Adolf von
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.3
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 2
First Publication. 1838 – Berlin/Paris: Schlesinger
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation piano

Misc. Comments

  • Publication by Schlesinger in Berlin announced in Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1838), p.38.
  • The subtitle of Andante et Allegro concertante is specific to the 1882 Scharfenberg/Schirmer edition, and is not on the first edition, excepting that Andante is the tempo indication of the first section (although oddly, "Allegro" is not the tempo marking of the second section). The Pachmann edition seems to have copied the "Andante et Allegro" from Scharfenberg.