- See: Symphony No.4, Op.86 (Spohr, Louis)
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Piano solo (Composer?)
Baltimore: F.D. Benteen, 1850. Plate 1695.
Public Domain [tag/del]
||March Brillante after Spohr
||March Brillante for piano on Themes from Spohr's Grand Symphony "The Consecration of Tones" as performed by the Germania Musical Society by F.B. Helmsmüller
||1850 – Baltimore: F.D. Benteen (in piano reduction)
||Mademoiselle Sophia Piggott
No composer of this brief compression of/fantasy on/...? the march from Spohr's Symphony No.4, Op.86 is specified -- just the conductor- but seems most likely to be the conductor. (It may be best to move to the Spohr symphony as an arrangement though it is one-third the length of the actual movement and somewhat different in content. Not sure.)
The Germania Musical Society lasted from 1848 to 1854.