Album für das einhändige Klavierspiel (Hochstetter, Cäsar)

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Sheet Music


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WilliamBunting (2011/9/14)

Publisher. Info. Leipzig: Breitkopf and Haertel, No 5043, 1917. Plate 28107
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General Information

Work Title One-Handed Pianists' Album
Alternative. Title
Composer Hochstetter, Cäsar
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. ICH 1
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 8 pieces:
  1. Johann Sebastian Bach - Prelude (F minor). Elegie. From Das wohltemperierte Klavier II (No.12, BWV 881).
  2. Frédéric Chopin - Prelude (E minor). From Preludes, Op.28 (No.4).
  3. Frédéric Chopin - Prelude (B minor). From Preludes, Op.28 (No.6).
  4. Robert Schumann - Romanze (B-flat major). From Albumblätter, Op.124 (No.11).
  5. Max Reger - Albumblatt (G major). From Blätter und Blüten (No.1).
  6. Max Reger - Humoreske (B minor). From Blätter und Blüten (No.2).
  7. Max Reger - Romanze No.1 (B-flat major). From Blätter und Blüten (No.10).
  8. Géza Zichy - Liebestraum (G major). Fantasie.
First Publication. 1917
Dedication Den Verwundeten To the wounded (in the 1st World War)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation piano one hand (right or left)

Navigation etc.

8 Stücke von Bach, Chopin, Schumann, Reger u. Zichy für d. linke oder rechte Hand allein.

Fingering for right hand above the score, left hand below.

A sad reflection of the effect of the 1st World War on musicians.