Scores and Parts
||New York: T.B. Harms, 1887.
||part damaged on p1,2
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
||None [force assignment]
- Bach-Gounod Ave Maria
- Romance arr Ernst
- Fauconier: Meditation, Op.114 No.2
- Haydn Serenade arr Ernst
- Eichberg La Pavane
- Mendelssohn Confidence (Song Without Words) Op.19 No.4 arr Ernst
- Fauconier: Reverie, Op.114 No.1
- Gipsey Dance (sic) Ernst
- Schumann Traumerei arr Ernst
- Tittl Serenata arr Ernst
- Bach E. Spring’s Awakening arr Robert Schaab
- Mozart Minuet Symphony No.39 arr Ernst
- Ernst La Priere
- Moszkowski Serenata arr Ernst
- Mendelssohn Notturno and Intermezzo (Midsummer Night’s Dream) arr Ernst
- Anton Krause Romanze arr Ernst
- Gounod Menuetto arr Ernst
- Beethoven Andante (Violin Sonata) arr Ernst
- Beethoven March Fidelio arr Ernst
- Delibes: Sylvia. Pizzicati (arr. Ernst)
- Bocherini Menuett arr Ernst
- Schubert Serenade arr Hauser
- Vogt: Nachtgesang, Op.10 No.2 (arr. Ernst)
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Early 20th century
Mostly old favorites such as Haydn's Serenade, but also some rare arrangements such as Vogt's Nocturne, Op.10 No.2, Anton Krause's Romance, and Gounod's Minuet (orig piano 4 hands).
The Ernst arrangements were issued earlier either in the Gems for violin and piano series published by Thomson and Odell in 1879: see the cover of Lieder ohne Worte, Op.19b (Mendelssohn, Felix) No.5., or in the Violin and piano: choice pieces series: see cover of Serenade (Titl, Anton Emil).