Happy Birdling of the Forest, Op.63 (Wallace, William Vincent)

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For Flute and Piano (Wetzger)

 Flute and Piano Score
#92742 - 2.20MB, 10 pp. -  5.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (2- V/V/C - 1208x

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afp0815 (2011/2/13)

 Flute Part
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PMLP191267-Wallace Wetzger Waldvöglein op63 Piano.pdf

Paul Wetzger (1870-1937)

Publisher Info.:

Heilbronn: C.F. Schmidt, n.d.[1900]. Plate C.F.S. 2341/2.


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General Information

Work Title Happy Birdling of the Forest
Alternative Title
Composer Wallace, William Vincent
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.63
First Performance probably Catherine Hayes, John A. Kyle, composer at piano?, unspecified location and date (by 1852 however)
First Publication by 1852
Language English
Dedication composed for Miss Catherine Hayes (1818 or 1825?–1861), soprano, with flute obbligato performed by John A. Kyle (ca.1810–1870)
Composer Time Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Soprano, flute, piano

Misc. Comments

Two notes:

The original (in a New York publication) is scanned in at LoC (will download it from there and post it here when I am back at my home computer in a couple of days :) - the link is here. - Schissel

A research study from Florida State ("Flute Performance Practice in the United States (1870–1900: An Exploration of the Repertoire and Writings of American Flutists Sidney Lanier and Henry Clay Wysham" by Ellen C. Johnson, dissertation, available online) indicates that either Lanier or Wysham performed this song at least once (if not more often - no composer is listed by the dissertation's author, by the way) during the period 1870–1900 also (on 23 Dec. 1874), so (arguably) the work still remained at least marginally in the repertoire at that time.

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