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Schlesinger'sche Buch-und Musikhandlung , Co-issue - New York: This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. Editor Carl Mikuli Complete Works for the Piano , Vol. You may ask me for a manually cleaned version. Editor Arthur Friedheim — Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics, Vol. Includes Preface by James Huneker Editor Alfred Cortot Maurice Senart , Editor Vladimir de Pachmann Marguerite Labori — Transcribed and with notes by Marguerite de Pachmann-Labori. Pachmann's famous fingerings may be of interest to experts; less advanced players might find the fingerings puzzling, and not what they were looking for.

The editor, Vladimir de Pachmann, left recordings of some of these pieces on gramophone and on roll. Editor Vladimir de Pachmann These editions by Pachmann for Schott are different from his edition of the same pieces for Augener. Editor Eugen d' Albert — Editor Rafael Joseffy Eb-minor - Mazurka no. Bb-major - Mazurka no. A-major - Mazurka no. F-major - Mazurka no. Ab-major - , first version Mazurka no. C-major - Mazurka no. Bb-major Mazurka no. E-minor Mazurka no. Ab-major Mazurka no. A-minor Mazurka no. G-minor Mazurka no.

C-major Mazurka no.

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Bb-minor Mazurka no. C-minor Mazurka no.


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B-minor Mazurka no. Db-major Mazurka no. C -minor Mazurka no. G -minor Mazurka no. D-major Mazurka no. B-major Mazurka no. E-minor - Mazurka no. B-major - Mazurka no. Ab-major - Mazurka no. G-major Mazurka no. C-minor - Mazurka no. F -minor Mazurka no. F-minor Mazurka no. G-minor - Mazurka no. F-major Mazurka no. G-major - Mazurka no. A-minor , Notre Temps Mazurka no.

Arthur Loesser called it "a masterpiece in its way. A Bolero in C major, Op. Chopin turns this Spanish form into a rather Polish-sounding affair. The Tarantelle in A-flat, Op. A-major Miscellaneous no. C-major, A-major Miscellaneous no. Ab-major Miscellaneous no. A-major - Miscellaneous no. F-minor, Ab-major Miscellaneous no. Db-major Miscellaneous no. F -major - Miscellaneous no. D-major Miscellaneous no. G-minor Miscellaneous no. C-minor Miscellaneous no. E-major Miscellaneous no. Gb-major Miscellaneous no. Contrabass part to a 3-part Canon: Bb-major Miscellaneous no.

F-minor Miscellaneous no. A-minor Miscellaneous no. G-major Miscellaneous no. Though Field was the inventor, it is still Chopin who took the name and the general concept of a dreamy melody over a broken chord accompaniment, relying on liberal use of the sustain pedal and the offset of a contrasting middle section before a reprise of the opening material and made it famous on the general scene. Lyrical, poetical and dreaming substance before virtuostic artistics and reality.

Bb-minor Nocturne no. Eb-major Nocturne no. B-major Nocturne no. F-major - Nocturne no. F -major - Nocturne no. G-minor - Nocturne no. C -minor Nocturne no. Db-major Nocturne no. Ab-major Nocturne no. G-major - Nocturne no. C-minor Nocturne no. F -major Nocturne no. F-minor - Nocturne no. Eb-major - Nocturne no. E-major Nocturne no.

E-minor Nocturne no. Both of them, written before his To borrow a favourite phrase of Mozart's, they must seem to the listener "to flow like oil". These are the fundamental of piano concertos, virtuoso show-pieces of unprecedented pianistic resource, replete with exquisite shafts of melody and harmonic colouring and overflowing with emotional nuances from the subtle and poigant to the thrilling and fiery. E-minor Piano Concerto no. Chopin got it from his father, the dance, in its modern manifestation, from its godmothers; three French princesses of the Chopin's first composition was a Polonaise, his last a Mazurka, closing the circle and few have achieved greater or more lasting popularity than the mature Polonaises as his op.

G-major, Eb-major Polonaise no. C -minor Polonaise no.


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Eb-minor Polonaise no. A-major Polonaise no. C-minor Polonaise no. F -minor Polonaise no. Ab-major Polonaise no. D-minor Polonaise no. Weisse, he says, could have done things better. However, all this pettiness is nothing compared with the achievement of Meisterwerk 2, and of the "crowning" work that will soon follow.

Schenker speaks of Hoboken's Photogrammarchiv as a "grand contribution," and of the work to be done there; reports on a copy of Beethoven Sonata, Op. Cube reports on Scheuermann exhibit, and consequent interest and sales, encloses associated newspaper article; also on recent lecturing and composition activity. He is about to return the Hammer etching.

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Hoboken recounts recent travels. Schenker gives detailed comments, with music examples, on Cube's two piano sonatas, praising them highly and making suggestions for improvement. Schenker acknowledges check; — comments on Hoboken's work on a Chopin Etude; — discusses an approach by Vrieslander; — explains how the possibility of a professorship at Heidelberg had come about. Vrieslander reports that Hoboken has given him notice to vacate, and rehearses the course of events leading up to this situation, events that intertwine with Vrieslander's obligations to the Photogrammarchiv.

Accepts Schenker's invitation to Hans Weisse's lecture, and gives two pieces of information. Schenker encloses the [Mozart calling] card, and sends an article from Der Kunstwart; he emphasizes that Moriz Violin's new institute is a "school," not a "seminar," and offers detailed advice; comments that his theory from Harmonielehre to Meisterwerk constitutes a self-contained whole; recommends use of C.

His eyes have suffered and need complete rest. Hoboken comments on some contemporary music; — he comments adversely on the new edition by Edouard Ganche of Chopin's works; — he may visit the Schenkers and bring Eva Boy with him.


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The Ganche edition is much worse than Hoboken has said. Reports on Vrieslander publication. The Hobokens will not come to Reigersberg; — He re-sends his two songs for further comment; — He sends a booklet by Gottfried Benn; — They are isolated in Partenkirchen, and are distressed at events in Germany; — Alfred Cortot has visited the Photogram Archive and expressed an interest. In writing of Hoboken's prospects as a composer, Schenker is not interested in creating imitation Bachs and Brahmses.

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Hoboken is gratified by Schenker's praise of his song compositions; — He will continue his Chopin projects someday, but is preoccupied with the worsening European political situation; — He comments on Kleiber, Max Graf, on Goos's estimate of Schenker's importance, and returns newspaper clippings that Schenker has sent him with comments. Hoboken outlines plans to expand publicity for the Photogram Archive. Schenker congratulates Cube on the graph he has sent, and reports on Der freie Satz and the continuation of the Urlinie-Tafeln.

Jonas seeks advice on what to include in the first issue of the planned elucidatory editions; — distribution of his book is delayed until September; — Jonas is correcting proofs of two articles. Schenker lists the pieces he has worked through with Hoboken with a view to publication; puzzles over Furtwangler's lack of contact; outlines homeward travel.

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Jonas reports on complimentary copies of Das Wesen and the plans for the elucidatory editions. Once Der freie Satz is in print, he will give his mind to the continuation of the Urlinie-Tafeln. Schenker's name is included in the Spanish Enciclicopedia universale. Diary entry by Schenker for 23 November Diary entry by Schenker for 29 November Diary entry by Schenker for 6 December Diary entry by Schenker for 26 January Diary entry by Schenker for 29 April Diary entry by Schenker for 5 November Diary entry by Schenker for 25 November Diary entry by Schenker for 8 April Diary entry by Schenker for 9 April Diary entry by Schenker for 15 April Diary entry by Schenker for 17 April Diary entry by Schenker for 21 April Diary entry by Schenker for 6 October Diary entry by Schenker for 8 October Diary entry by Schenker for 10 October Diary entry by Schenker for 19 December Diary entry by Schenker for 27 April Diary entry by Schenker for 18 May Diary entry by Schenker for 15 July Diary entry by Schenker for 16 December Diary entry by Schenker for 4 October Diary entry by Schenker for 1 July Diary entry by Schenker for 16 September Diary entry by Schenker for 13 December Diary entry by Schenker for 7 January Diary entry by Schenker for 8 January Diary entry by Schenker for 16 January Diary entry by Schenker for 7 February Diary entry by Schenker for 12 February Diary entry by Schenker for 16 February Diary entry by Schenker for 17 March Diary entry by Schenker for 22 March Diary entry by Schenker for 19 April Diary entry by Schenker for 8 May Diary entry by Schenker for 15 June Diary entry by Schenker for 29 September