Salon-Album (Hermann, Friedrich)

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General Information

Work Title Salon-Album
Alternative. Title Sammlung der beliebtesten Salonstücke
Composer Hermann, Friedrich
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 11 pieces:
  1. Bądarzewska: Prière exaucée
  2. Favarger: L’Adieu, Op.18
  3. Richards: Des Wanderers Traum, Op.47
  4. Richards: Marie, Op.60
  5. Richards: Vogleins Abendlied, Op.71
  6. Richards: In der Fremde, Op.67
  7. Schubert: Walzer eines Wahnsinnigen
  8. Schubert: Sehnsuchts-Walzer
  9. Reissiger: Weber’s letzter GedankeDanses brillantes, Op.26, No.5
  10. Wallace: La Petite Polka de Concert
  11. Felix: Carnaval von Venedig
  • Revised Edition
1. Mazurka in Am Op.7, No.2/ Chopin.
2. Manfred, Op.115 Zwischenaktmusik/ Schumann.
3. Nocturne in E major, H 13 / Field.
4. Anitra's Tanz (Peer Gynt)/ Grieg.
5. Le Souvenir Op.58/ Dancla.
6. Les Adieux (2 Pièces de salon, Op.13)/ Goltermann.
7. Lieder ohne Worte: Solitude Op.37, No.3/ Hauser.
8. Souvenir Op.7, No.3 / Vieuxtemps
First Publication. 1872
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation violin, piano

Misc. Comments

HMB Lists a 2-volume collection Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1872), p.234 of which the second volume is nearly the same as this one. This followed the publication of a series of Salon-Albums for piano solo: Vols 1-5 Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1871), p.91 and Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1872), p.79, which extended to 14 volumes by 1876. Nearly 20 years later, in 1893, new violin volumes were issued Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1893), p.10, along with a piano 4-hand version and finally a "New Salon Album" for piano solo was published in 1900.
Many other publishers issued series with the same title, starting with Glöggl of Vienna in 1851. Favorite instruments were piano and zither, but many other instruments were catered for by Schmidt of Heilbronn from 1880.
Re attribution of revised ed: Since the arr of Field's Nocturne in E appears in Hermann's selected Field Nocturnes, we can assume that the whole collection is by Hermann.