La Cracovienne (Wallace, William Vincent)
Philadelphia: Conrad Meyer, 1846. Plate 572.
Edited using Scantailor and Graphicsmagick.
London: Cramer & Co. Ltd., n.d.(1895–1902). Plate 4098.
Differs from even the start from the Meyer printing in some small ways (expressive indications are italicized, for example) so is not merely a reprint with new plate numbers as does sometimes occur. Dedication differs on this copy, as well (to Mlle. Belleville Oury.)
|Work Title||La Cracovienne|
|Alternative Title||Grande fantasie et variations sur la Cracovienne|
|Composer||Wallace, William Vincent|
|Key||C minor? to E♭ major|
|Movements/Sections||1 movement in several sections|
|Year/Date of Composition||1842?|
|First Publication||1846 – Philadelphia: Conrad Meyer|
|Dedication||Dames de la Nouvelle Orleans|
|Average Duration||10 minutes?|
Besides the noncommercial MIDI at PDMusic, there is a commercial recording on a CALA CD played by Rosemary Tuck, who has performed, in 2004, a piano concertante version of the work for which Wallace left sketches (reconstructed by Richard Bonynge according to her website.)