Classic Duos for Violin and Piano (T.B. Harms)

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Publisher. Info. New York: T.B. Harms, 1887.
Misc. Notes part damaged on p1,2
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Work Title Classic Duos
Alternative. Title
Composer T.B. Harms
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 23 pieces
  1. Bach-Gounod Ave Maria
  2. Romance arr Ernst
  3. Fauconier: Meditation, Op.114 No.2
  4. Haydn Serenade arr Ernst
  5. Eichberg La Pavane
  6. Mendelssohn Confidence (Song Without Words) Op.19 No.4 arr Ernst
  7. Fauconier: Reverie, Op.114 No.1
  8. Gipsey Dance (sic) Ernst
  9. Schumann Traumerei arr Ernst
  10. Tittl Serenata arr Ernst
  11. Bach E. Spring’s Awakening arr Robert Schaab
  12. Mozart Minuet Symphony No.39 arr Ernst
  13. Ernst La Priere
  14. Moszkowski Serenata arr Ernst
  15. Mendelssohn Notturno and Intermezzo (Midsummer Night’s Dream) arr Ernst
  16. Anton Krause Romanze arr Ernst
  17. Gounod Menuetto arr Ernst
  18. Beethoven Andante (Violin Sonata) arr Ernst
  19. Beethoven March Fidelio arr Ernst
  20. Delibes: Sylvia. Pizzicati (arr. Ernst)
  21. Bocherini Menuett arr Ernst
  22. Schubert Serenade arr Hauser
  23. Vogt: Nachtgesang, Op.10 No.2 (arr. Ernst)
First Publication. 1887
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation violin, piano

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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).