Am schönen Rhein gedenk ich dein, Op.83 (Kéler, Béla)
Chicago: Wyman & Davis, 1878.
Not the first edition- that probably was the Bote & Bock ca1861 - but a later one more presumably faithful though than the arrangement-arrangement below.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Orchestra (Lewis)
Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1885. Plate 4400.
That this is an arrangement of the opus 83 is guesswork on my part if hopefully good guesswork. Perhaps this should have gone somewhere else...-Schissel (for salon orchestra with piano though not sure if the piano is in a sufficiently concertante role- or if the piano part is just the piano solo separated out to be played if one wants to play just that, instead of having the band play the band parts... convention might have, as in any time, determined what one can't just tell now- as usual... that or I just need to look more closely.) (Ok, having now downloaded the original piano version, I see they are related - the main theme after the introduction is the same in both cases - but not the same piece quite. Not sure if this is a different piece by Kéler or a potpourri -an arrangement indeed - by Lewis (?) of different themes by Kéler (perhaps others).
|Work Title||Am schönen Rhein gedenk ich dein|
|Alternative Title||Waltz. Am Schönen Rhein! : vaterländischer Walzer für Pianoforte|