Élégie, Op.10 (Ernst, Heinrich Wilhelm)
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For String Quartet (Schroeder)
For Violin and Piano
Vienna: Tobias Haslinger, n.d.(1827). Plate T.H.8144.
Guido Papini (1847-1912)
Paris: Chanot, n.d.(ca.1890).
Henry Schradieck (1846-1918)
Foreword by Otto Ruppius (1819-1864)
Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics, Vol.1069
New York: G. Schirmer, 1895. Plate 12586.
This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project.
For Viola and Piano (Ritter)
Contained in the Nitschmann Collection of Elblag Library
For Cello and Piano (Batta)
For Piano solo (Czerny)
Carl Czerny (1791-1857)
St. Petersburg: M. Bernard, n.d. Plate N.3 A. No.2.
For Piano solo (Kullak)
For Piano solo (Voss)
|Alternative Title||Élégie sur la mort d’un objet chéri|
|Composer||Ernst, Heinrich Wilhelm|
|Year/Date of Composition||somewhere between 1829 and 1838|
|First Performance||1838 January 1, by Heinrich Panofka|
|First Publication||1838 – Leipzig: Hofmeister (violin/piano version)|
Orchestra: flute, oboe, 2 clarinets, bassoon, 2 horns, timpani, organ, piano, strings
(description of autograph of violin/piano version, with link to scan of the same at Berlin State Library)
First publication by Hofmeister noted in.
There is a story attached to the subtitle which would place composition of the work somewhat after 1830-31 if true in all details, but it is quite possible, as noted by Mark Rowe (author of a 2008 book on Ernst) in his notes (linked above) to a recent recording of this Elegy, that the work is "an arrangement or simple re-titling of an Adagio" of Ernst's composition that had been in his repertoire since 1829. - Schissel