User talk:Carmar1791


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Galeazzi, Elementi di Musica

Dear Carmar1791, I notice the second edition which you uploaded contains some music examples at the end of the volume that are not found in the first edition; I wonder whether you could tell me where one can find an original copy of the second edition? Thank you and best wishes, Ignoto 10:19, 14 April 2011 (UTC)

      I think you'll find here what you need.
      Mine it's a copy inherited from older teachers . The link:


Date of composition and date of publication

I've noticed that many work pages of works uploaded by you have dates of composition identical with the dates of publication on the file, even when there's no reason to suppose we know the date of composition of the work in question. is there a reason for this, instead of leaving the date of composition out altogether or researching it? Eric 18:45, 17 June 2011 (UTC)

  I don't know which uploads you are talking about, by the way, more or less in my scans viola or violin is involved.
  For works about viola when there is nothing written in the firsts pages,I use to consult the book by Zeyringer "Literature fur Bratsche".
  All datas came from there.But I don't know how much autoritative is this book......

Kuhn Op 9

Hello Carmar1791

Thanks for the excellent Kuhn fl va p trio. Is it from BNF?

The 18th c va collection is growing nicely.

The 19th c has improved a lot too, thanks to RSL (Sandberger, Paque, Norman, Witohl, Ritter)

By the way have you ever seen these? (listed in Hoffmeister)

Kugler, R. Trio facile et agréable p. Pfte, Violon et Alto. Op. 1, in Es . Leipzig, Peters 1844.

Wohlfahrt, F. Nocturne (G) Pfte, Violon et Alto Leipzig, Forberg 1881



  Thank you again for your submissions.
  So that I noticed those pieces I'm interested too.
  I have never seen pieces by kugler and wohlfahrt.
  I don't know where to find them....
  May be little by little libraries will digitalize new material
  and we will find them among their items.
  Personally when I find a piece I upload it
   thank you again