Polonaise No.3, Op.12 (Mayseder, Joseph)

Sheet Music

Arrangements and Transcriptions

For Flute or Violin and Piano (Ernst)

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Schissel (2012/2/16)

Arranger H. Ernst
Publisher. Info. Boston: Thompson & Odell, 1880. Plate 81-4.
Misc. Notes See talk page here re Henri Ernst/Heinrich Ernst/H. Ernst?
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For Violin and Guitar (Diabelli)

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Town explorer (2020/9/8)

Arranger Anton Diabelli (1781-1858)
Publisher. Info. Paris: Richault, n.d. Plate 622.R..
Misc. Notes from the Hudlestone Collection.
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For Violin and Guitar (Gräffer)

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Schalltrichter (2017/10/29)

Arranger Anton Gräffer
Publisher. Info. Vienna: Artaria, n.d.(1816?). Plate 2469.
Misc. Notes monochrome
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General Information

Work Title Polonaise No.3
Alternative. Title Troisième polonoise : pour le violon avec accompagnement de 2 violons, alto, et violoncelle ; Polonaise brillante.
Composer Mayseder, Joseph
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.12
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IJM 14
Key E major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1 polonaise
First Publication. 1816? – Vienna?: Artaria (plate 2464 for parts of string orchestra version)
Dedication Ludwig Ratzesberg
Average DurationAvg. Duration 10 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation violin with piano, string quartet or string orchestra
Primary Sources A-KR M 15/7 (late 19th-century abschrift), CZ-BER HU 30 (copy by Josef Seydl made for Artaria) ; A-SEI V 283 ; A-Z Suppl. 59 (probably the original publication for violin and string quartet rather than a manuscript source per se - Artaria plate 2464.)

Navigation etc.

External link provided since LoC copy is of later arrangement without opus number, so RISM useful among other things for connecting the LoC copy with the original work.- Schissel

Recorded in a version for violin and guitar on EMEC Records, 2001.

Cäcilia lists in their 1824 Intelligenzblatt, but may have been published earlier.