Norwégienne, Op.14 (Nerini, Émile)

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Sheet Music

Arrangements or Transcriptions

For 2 Harps or 2 Pianos (unknown)

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Zeyarshwe (2018/1/4)

Publisher. Info. Paris: Amand Girard, n.d.(ca.1890). Plate A. G. 67.
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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 Norwegienne
Alternative. Title Impression musicale
Composer Nerini, Émile
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.14
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IEN 1
First Publication. 1904 or earlier
  • Publication noted in the Bibliographie de la France 2e série, 93e année, Nº 12, 19 Mars 1904, p.196, r.1414. - solo piano version (as Norvégienne)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation piano?

Misc. Comments

While the publication date on the WorldCat entry for the solo piano version of this (1904) is later than the estimated publication date of the 2-harp/2-piano version ("[1890-]", the latter clearly says "Transcription", so the assumption is that the original was solo piano. Of course, perhaps it was for orchestra. Tagging for "undetermined", since it is exactly that.

The 1904 publication uses Norwégienne, Op.14. Should be Norvégienne (BdlF has this though Worldcat doesn't), one assumes (accurate French)?? Also: What is the source of "[1890-]"? Perhaps the transcription is ca.1904+ as well. - ES