Gaieté de coeur, Op.24 (Smith, Sydney)
Sydney: W.H. Paling & Co., n.d.(1880s?).
This file has sufficient differences from the one below to be considered a different edition - an accentuation marking in a different place here or different language there, etc., ...- it is no mere reprint.
The Star Folio of Pianoforte Music, a Selection of the Most Celebrated Compositions.
Dundee: Methven Simpson, Ltd. n.d.(ca.1900). Plate P. 986.
Publisher information deduced from plate number + Worldcat. The original 1862 printing of the score probably had different plate numbers (I think- unless in fact it was part of this publication?)
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Piano 4 Hands (Composer)
For Violin and Piano (Meyer)
Fritz Meyer? (1857–1926)
Musical Bouquet Series, No.176
New York: Benj. Hitchcock, 1874.
score says Fr. Meyer and Fritz Meyer was a violinist active at the time. Could be also Fred Meyer conceivably or another Fr. Meyer. Meyer’s version is in C major.
For Simplified Piano (Maylath)
Henry Maylath (1827–1883)
Brooklyn, N.Y.: Chandler Bros., 1874. Plate 40?.
Transposed to G major. Possibly part of the 12 Trifling Trinkets for Tiny Hands. series (it is listed in the table of contents of that series, see the Maylath arrangement of the Fandango Opus 34.)
For Simplified Piano (Theophil)
|Work Title||Gaieté de coeur|
|Alternative Title||Brilliant Waltz|
|First Publication||1862 (piano); 1863 (piano duet)|
|Dedication||4h version dedicated to the Misses Tapster (a piano duo?)|
|Instrumentation||Piano ; piano duet|
Maylath and Theophil arrangements are also available at the Library of Congress - perhaps originally scanned by them or by Duke University (whose collections they mirror)? Original scanner therefore ambiguous, but available as PDF at Sydney Smith Archive, as large-density TIFF files at LoCongress, anycase. However, as sometimes at LoC, attribution odd - e.g. the Maylath arrangement attributed to Maylath as a composition of his at memory.loc.gov (searching under Smith will not turn it up.) Theophil’s simplified version of this D♭ major waltz is in C major, while Maylath’s is in G major.