Mode-Bibliothek. Fashionale-Bibliotheke für Piano von D. Krug. Zweiter Band, No.30.
Leipzig: J. Schuberth & Co., 1855. Plate 1786.
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This file is from the MIT archive project. No.30 of a series called Salon Mode Bibliothek published over a series of years (starting around 1849 with transcriptions of a famous song by Abt and Ernst's Elegie, and continuing through this work and at least 19 others including something- the overture? - from Nicolai's opera Lustigen Weißer sometime in the 1880s or so apparently with opus no. 349.) Actually his Op.60 No.1!
||Fantaisie uber die Marseillaise
from the cover, this is item 30, not item 1, of the various scores published under the heading "Salon Mode Bibliothek". It is no.1 of opus 60, but that just suggests that Salon Mode Bibliothek is not Opus 60 and that this needs renaming, which seems likely. Suspecting anyway that opus 60 is just the Fantasie on the Marseillaise (and no.1 means, first fantasy, with later fantasies having later opus numbers. These things could get confusing. Opus 60 no.1 did not actually always mean no.1 of opus 60, depending on other available context, as here...)