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For Piano and Strings
||New York: Associated Music Publishers, 1948. Plate 194611.
||600 dpi. |
AMP- Doesn't their plate (number) scheme usually parallel that of Schott, at least when (at I'm guessing here) they're coissuing?
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For 2 Pianos (Hammer)
||Theme with Four Variations (according to the Four Temperaments)|
Thema mit vier Variationen
||Die vier Temperamente für Orchester oder Ballett
||Theme and four variations
- A. Theme
- B. First Variation: Melancholic
- C. Second Variation: Sanguinic
- D. Third Variation: Phlegmatic
- E. Fourth Variation: Choleric
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||1940-11-01, New Haven
||1943-03-10 in Winterthur, Stadtorchester Winterthur (Orchestra)
- Rudolf am Bach (piano), Hermann Scherchen (conductor)
1946-11-20 in the New Ballet Society, New York (Ballet)
- Nicolas Kopeikine (piano), Leon Barzin (conductor)
Georges Balanchine (choreographer), Kurt Seligmann (stage design and costumes)
|Average DurationAvg. Duration
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||piano, strings (violin I, violin II, viola, cello, bass)
Wikipedia article (ballet version)