6 Morceaux, Op.85 (Raff, Joachim)
For Organ (Whitney)
Benjamin Intartaglia (organ)
Cavaillé-Coll organ of the Temple de Pentemont, Paris
Scores and Parts
Selections (Nos.1-2, 4-6)
Leipzig: Fr. Kistner, . Plates 2567-2752.
This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. Publication announced in the January, 1862 issue of Hofmeister's Monatsbericht so work likely was published late in 1861.
Braunschweig: Henry Litolff, n.d. Collection Litolff No.2491
From the uploader's library. Violin Part missing. Publication originally included the Andante movement from Raff's Violin Sonata No.1.
Julius Eichberg (1824–1893)
Julius Eichberg's Collection of Standard Modern Violin Music, Vol.1 (No.5)
Boston: White, Smith & Co., 1884. Plate 5531.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Cello and Piano (Hermann)
For Salon Orchestra (Salabert)
For Violin, Cello and Piano (Roth)
Alfred Roth (fl.1905-15)
New York: Fischer, 1918. Plate 9336.
For Horn and Piano (Gumbert)
For Violin or Flute or Cello and Piano (Saenger)
Gustav Saenger (1865-1935)
Original images: 300dpi, grayscale jpg files approx. 2550 by 3430 pixels. Editing: re-sampled to 600dpi, converted to black and white tif files, de-skewed, and set uniform margins. Arranger uncredited but most likely Gustav Saenger.
For cello part see Method for the Violoncello (Fischer, Carl)
For Violin or Viola or Cello and Piano (Sitt)
For Viola and Piano (Ritter)
Hermann Ritter (1849-1926)
Harry Schloming (fl.1892-1914)
New York: Carl Fischer, 1914. Plate 18043.
piano part identical with original version
Reprint of Leipzig, Kistner ed
For Cello and Piano
For Zither and Harmonium (Bauer)
For Organ (Westbrook)
For Organ (Whitney)
For Piano solo (Ritter)
For Piano solo (Pauer)
Ernst Pauer (1826–1905)
Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics, Vol. 370
New York: G. Schirmer, 1896. Plate 12445b.
Original scans: 600dpi, grayscale, losslessly-compressed tif files approximately 5600 by 7500 pixels. Deskewed, converted to black and white, and set uniform margins.
For Piano solo
Musikalische Edelsteine Vol.4, Plate 4.
Hamburg: Anton J. Benjamin, n.d. (ca.1915).
For String Quartet (Gruenberg)
|Work Title||6 Morceaux|
|Year/Date of Composition||1859|
|First Publication||1861/62 - Leipzig: Kistner|