3 Feuillets d'Album, Op.23 (Wieniawski, Henri)

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Scores and Parts

1. Gigue

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Editor Manuel Dello (fl.1900)
Clemens Schultze-Biesantz (1876–1935)
Publisher. Info. Braunschweig: Henry Litolff’s Verlag, n.d. (ca. 1871) Plate 2462.
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Combined with Fantaisie orientale, Op.24
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Editor Richard Hofmann (1844-1918)
Publisher. Info. Vienna: Universal Edition, n.d.(ca.1910). Plate 2859.
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Editor Friedrich Hermann (1828–1907)
Publisher. Info. London: Augener, Ed.7492, n.d. (ca. 1887) Plate 7491.
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General Information

Work Title 3 Feuillets d'Album
Alternative. Title
Composer Wieniawski, Henri
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.23
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 Leaves:
  1. Gigue
  2. Chanson polonaise sans paroles
  3. Rêverie-nocturne
First Publication. 1880 - possibly earlier
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Violin, piano
External Links *Wieniawski.com


Misc. Comments

  • the Gigue may have been published first and then the three works later as a set - don't know. The plate of the Litolff publication suggests a date in the 1870s, while the Jurgenson publication that turns up in HMB and at Wieniawski.com dates from 1880.
    • According to Andrzej Jazdon's Catalogue entry (page 106), Jurgenson published only the Gigue. No prices on the title page for Nos. 2 & 3 may indicate that they were never edited (and probably never composed as Wieniawski died in 1880). Jazdon suggests that the Chanson polonaise sans paroles could have been an arrangement of Wieniawski's only composed song. A Rêverie was published in 1885 posthumously.