Serenade, Op.73 (Kahn, Robert)

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Chamberpianist (2007/6/19)

Editor First edition
Publisher. Info. Berlin: N. Simrock, 1923. Plate 14522.
Copyright
Misc. Notes This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. (See also Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1923), p.92.)
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General Information

Work Title Serenade
Alternative. Title
Composer Kahn, Robert
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.73
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1
First Publication. 1923 – Berlin: N. Simrock
Copyright Information U.S. copyright status: copyright renewed 1951 (R75009)

In the USA, This item is not in the public domain because it was renewed 28 years after first publication with a proper notice or it was "restored" to copyright status via a Notice of Intent to Enforce (NIE) under the provisions of the GATT/TRIPS amendments. It will enter the US public domain on January 1st, 2019.

Dedication Fritz Flemming
Paul Rembt
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Oboe, horn (F) and piano
with alternates for the oboe (clarinet (B), violin, viola) and horn (viola, cello)

Misc. Comments

Though Grove doesn't mention the alternate parts, they are mentioned on the cover page, and the set includes all the alternate parts. The piece has therefore been tagged for all the alternates

note: if one has the first edition and/or manuscript, they are, 99/100, much more of an authority with us than an article in Grove written by ? at date ?..., esp so far as tagging is concerned. There are of course exceptions. (Grove should be more toward the bottom of the stack, finding the source material toward the top.) - Schissel