Category talk:Straesser, Ewald

Quartet Op.42 (quartet 4)

is here (University of California via Google). published 1920(s?). Eric 15:34, 5 January 2011 (UTC) (uploaded. Easier than I thought in some cases - will go through these comments I've been leaving and see if I can manage these myself after all :) )

Works by Straesser

Compiled (from Worldcat, not the most reliable source but still...)

Also Tragic overture for large orchestra op.4 ; Stimmungs-bilder for piano op.7; "Großes Konzert" for piano and orchestra op.8; piano quintet op.18 in F minor cop.1911; Fünf Lieder für mittlere Stimme, Op.20; Rhapsody in E minor for piano op.21; sym. in G op22 (1910, pub.1911?); suite in D maj. for piano op.23; Drei Reigen op.25 (pub.1912); serenade in A for violin or cello and piano op.26 (pub.1912 by Tischer&Jagenberg); symphony in D minor op.27 cop.1913; Three Songs op.31 (1917); violin sonata in D major op.32 cop. 1910; piano trio in D major op.33 cop. 1917, the clarinet quintet op.34 we already have (likewise op.12/1); Frühlingsbilder for large orchestra op.35; Kleine sonata Op.44 für klavier zu 2 händen; string quartet no.5 in G minor, op.52 (pub. Steingraber, (1927)), and Kleine sonate op.54 (1927) ; wind quintet published in 1997 (from an ms at the Library of Congress); . Eric 11:42, 7 January 2011 (UTC) (edits to order in opus number made 3/3/11) (note added 3-21-11: opus 15 released 1913 acc. HMB. (c)1915??) (and violin concerto in D op.36?)


at least 6 symphonies (premiere of symphony 6 mentioned twice, conducted by Hermann Abendroth in late 1933, in the Neue Zeitschrift für Musik for that year. There is an indexed edition that lists all mentions of Sträßer in the 1933 volume; symphony 4, symphony 6 are the last 3. Eric 16:43, 30 March 2011 (UTC) (symphony no.5 in G premiered by Karl Panzner according to the latter's German Wikipedia article. He died in 1923.) Hrm, it seems NYPL (New York Public Library) has Mrs. Straesser's book in microform after all... will probably have to ask in advance next time I know I'll be spending some time there, but at least I have some idea of the gaps in my knowledge (opp 2, 9 to 11, 13, 14, 16, 17, 24, 28 to 30, 37 to 41, 43, 47 to 49, 52, 53, 56, 58+, the concertos (violin, cello and piano), the F major symphony no.0 and syms. 3-5, and other things :) ) Eric 17:14, 10 June 2011 (UTC)