3 Pieces for Piano, Op.20 (Huss, Henry Holden)




No files submitted.

Sheet Music


PDF scanned by Google (Harvard)
Cypressdome (2011/1/17)

PDF scanned by Google (Harvard)
Cypressdome (2011/1/17)

PDF scanned by Google (Harvard)
Cypressdome (2011/1/17)

PDF scanned by Google (Harvard)
Cypressdome (2011/1/17)

Editor First edition
Publisher. Info. New York: G. Schirmer, 1904. Plate 16835-16837.
Misc. Notes Original scans: 600dpi grayscale images approximately 6100 by 7800 pixels. Converted to black and white, cleaned up, deskwed.
Javascript is required for this feature.
TN-HHHuss 3 Pieces for Pianoforte, Op.20.jpg

Free Recordings

Javascript is required to submit files.

General Information

Work Title 3 Pieces for Pianoforte
Alternative. Title
Composer Huss, Henry Holden
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.20
Key see below
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 pieces
  1. Valse (A major)
  2. Nocturne (D major)
  3. Gavotte (F major)
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1903 or before
First Publication. 1904 – New York: Schirmer
Copyright Information Possibly public domain in EU and other 70 pma territories.
This item, public domain in its country of origin, is possibly likewise public domain in the EU due to the EU's implementation of Rule of the Shorter Term for non-EU works. This EU ruling might be superseded by bilateral treaties still in force between some EU countries and countries outside the EU (notably the USA).
Please obey the copyright laws of your country. IMSLP does not assume any sort of legal responsibility or liability for the consequences of downloading files that are not in the public domain in your country.
Dedication see below
  1. William H. Sherwood (1854-1911)
  2. My Father and Mother
  3. William H. Barber.
Average DurationAvg. Duration 11-12 minutes (7-8, 2, 2)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation piano
External Links Greene: Henry Holden Huss: an American composer's life Scarecrow Press, 1995 (p.243)

Misc. Comments

William H. Barber: poss. William Henry Barber, later Baronet (1860-1927), supporter of music? No hint from Greene here unfortunately.