Die Träne (Thomas, John)

Authorship Note
It is unclear whether John Thomas or John Rogers Thomas wrote this work. See below, Commments.


Sheet Music

Arrangements and Transcriptions

For Piano (or Harp) and Harmonium (or Organ) (Rundnagel)

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Zeyarshwe (2017/12/7)

Arranger Carl Rundnagel (1835-1911)
Publisher. Info. Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne, n.d.(ca.1880). Plate 22262.
Copyright
Misc. Notes From the International Harp Archives at Brigham Young University
(as digitally mirrored at archive.org).
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General Information

Work Title Die Träne
Alternative. Title Die Thräne (sic), The tear, Romanze
Composer Thomas, John
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IJT 16
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation harp

Misc. Comments

Different WorldCat entries disagree as to whether it is John Thomas or John Rogers Thomas. John Thomas was a Welsh harpist who apparently wrote Four Romances for the harp (WorldCat entry), one of which was "The Tear", and John Rogers Thomas was an American composer, singer, and pianist of Welsh descent, who apparently wrote Welsh Melody The Tear (WorldCat entry) for piano. On the other hand, one or the other of those entries could be incorrect. IMSLP has neither of those works on either composer's page.

  • If John Thomas is the correct composer, then this is part of 4 Romances, which are: No. 1. The tear; no. 2. The smile; no. 3. The parting; no. 4. The remembrance.
  • Tagged as if by John Thomas for now, because the arrangement refers to it as a "Romanze". However, this is subject to correction if an original is uploaded that shows something different.
  • If John Thomas is the correct composer, the page title should be changed to "4 Romances."