101 Classics (Dunstan, Ralph)

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Editor Ralph Dunstan
Publisher. Info. London: Reid Bros., Ltd., 1927, 1928. Plate R.B.Ltd. 1993.
Misc. Notes This was a damaged and poorly mended collection. Page 3 lists the contents of R.Dunstan's most notable publication, his Cornish Song Book (1929, reprinted 1974). A well printed score on very poor quality paper. The first work has a 1927 date while the remainder have 1928. Sample page - A(n almost) typical page from the volume, torn, frayed, blotched and discolored, before proper treatment with IrfanView and Acrobat Pro.
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Work Title The World's Most Famous Piano Solos
Alternative. Title
Composer Dunstan, Ralph
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 88 pieces
  1. Liszt, Liebestraum, p.2
  2. Delibes, Grande Valse, p.6
  3. Tchaikovsky, Danse chinoise, p.10
  4. Thomas, Romance from Mignon, p.12
  5. Verdi, Anvil Chorus, p.14
  6. Wagner, Walther's Prize Song from Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, p.16
  7. Beethoven, Minuet in G, p.18
  8. Beethoven, Ecossaise, p.19
  9. Bizet, Toreador's Song from Carmen, p.20
  10. Schubert, Moment Musical, No.3, p.23
  11. Field, Nocturne in D minor, p.24
  12. Chopin, Mazurka in C, p.26
  13. Chopin, Mazurka in F, p.26
  14. Chopin, Ecossaise, p.28
  15. Bach, Prelude in D Minor, p.29
  16. Bach, Gavotte in G, p.30
  17. Mendelssohn, Allegro non Troppo op.72, p.31
  18. Mendelssohn, Dance of the Clowns from A Midsummer Night's Dream, incidental music', p.32
  19. Schumann, Phantasietanz, p.33
  20. Gluck, Ballet from Orfeo ed Euridice, p.34
  21. Brahms, Waltz in A op.39 no.15, p.35
  22. Heller, Arabeske in C op.49 No.1, p.36
  23. Brahms, Waltz in D Minor, op.39 No.9, p.37
  24. Handel, Sinfonia from Almira, p.38
  25. Liszt, Consolation No.4 (simplified arrangement), p.39
  26. Gounod, Flower Song from Faust, p.40
  27. Mussorgsky, A Tear (Eine Träne), p.42
  28. Purcell, Overture & Hornpipe from Bonduca, p.44
  29. Tchaikovsky, Chanson Triste, P.46
  30. Wilson, The Shepherd Boy, p.47
  31. Palmgren, The Call of the Sea, p.49
  32. Chopin, Notturno op.15 No.2, p.50
  33. Wagner, The Prayer Motive from the overture to Rienzi, p.52
  34. K.P.E.Bach, Solfegietto Wq. 117/2, p.54
  35. Hauser, Wiegenlied, p.56
  36. Delibes, Pas des Echarpes, p.57
  37. Thomas, Gavotte from Mignon, p.60
  38. Tchaikovsky, Danse Russe (Trépak), p.62
  39. Brahms, Hungarian Dance No.2, p.64
  40. Brahms, Hungarian Dance No.4, p.66
  41. Pleyel, Rondeau, p.68
  42. Shield, Giuoco. Alla Sclavonica, p.70
  43. Haydn, Gipsy Rondo, p.72
  44. Yradier, La Paloma (La Colombe), p.75
  45. Nevin, Narcissus (Water Scenes), p.78
  46. Mozart, Andante in C (from a Trio for Pf., Vl., & Cello), p.80
  47. Traditional, Song of the Volga Boatmen, p.81
  48. Moszkowski, Fabliau op.76 No.3, p.84
  49. Lange, Edelweiss, p.88
  50. Scarlatti, Tempo di Ballo, p.91 (= Keyboard Sonata in D major, K.430)
  51. Mozart, Air from Don Giovanni, p.92
  52. Mozart, Canzonetta from Don Giovanni, p.93
  53. Handel, Largo, p.94
  54. Chopin, Mazurka in A Minor op.68 No.2, p.95
  55. Beethoven, L'Adieu, p.96
  56. Traditional, Londonderry Air, p.98
  57. Kalkbrenner, Nocturne in Ab, p.100
  58. Heller, Arabeske in A op.49 No.2, p.102
  59. Cirri, Minuet in F, p.103
  60. Dussek, Minuetto Di Ballo, p.104
  61. Beethoven, Andante in G, p.105
  62. Corelli, Gavotte in A, p.106
  63. Corelli, Gigue, p.107
  64. Schumann, Papillon No.8, p.108
  65. Heller, Blumen-Frucht and Dornenstücke op.82 No.3, p.109
  66. Heller, Andante in Bb op.78 No.4, p.110
  67. Handel, Sarabande in G Minor (from Harpsichord Suite No.7), p.111
  68. Gluck, Tambourin from Iphigénie en Aulide, Wq.40, p.112
  69. Gluck, Minuet in D from Iphigenia in Aulis, p.113
  70. Giardini, Siciliana, p.114
  71. Schumann, Kinderscenen (13 Pieces), p.115
  72. Boccherini, Minuet in A, , p.130
  73. Gluck, Minuet in F from Orfeo, p.131
  74. Heller, Prelude in A op.81 No.7, p.132
  75. Handel, Gigue in G Minor from Harpsichord Suite No.7, p.133
  76. Gluck, Pantomime from Orfeo, p.134
  77. Delibes, Andante from La Source, p.135
  78. Krebs, Corrente in Bb, p.136
  79. Krebs, Bourrée, p.137
  80. Zipoli, Gigue in G Minor, p.138
  81. Kirnberger, Gavotte in D Minor, p.139
  82. Bertini, Allegretto in F, p.140
  83. Handel, Dance of Spectres from Admeto, p.141
  84. Delibes, Variation from La source, p.142
  85. Delibes, Dance circassienne from La source, p.143
  86. Bertini, Minuet in G, p.147
  87. Wagner, the Spinning Chorus from Der fliegende Holländer, p.148
  88. Strauss, An der schönen blauen Donau, Op.314, p.150
First Publication. 1928
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Piano

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An Album of Favorites from the uploader's family archives : short and varied pieces, of various difficulty, guaranteed to dispel or alleviate the boredom of a rainy Sunday in Great Britain. The uploader, when young and full of insouciance, used it as a relief from the lengthier works imposed upon him.