Rosamunde, D.797 (Schubert, Franz)
Composer's autograph manuscript
Folios 1–22[r] (pp.1–43), No. 1: Entr’acte after Act 1
Folios 23–26 (pp.45–52), No. 3a: Entr’acte after Act 2
Folios 27–32[r] (pp.53–63), No. 5: Entr’acte after Act 3
Folios 1–8 (pp.1–16), Ballet No. 2 (1st part)
Folios 9–16[r] (pp.17–31), Ballet No. 9
Folios 17–18[r] (pp.33–35), Ballet No. 2 (conclusion)
possibly Carl Spina (1827–1906)
Vienna: C.A. Spina, 1867. Plate C.S. 18,577
First published edition of these portions of the incidental music (uncovered by George Grove and Arthur Sullivan. A holograph added by the editor can easily be identified on the autograph MS above, located in the bottom-left corner.
Overture (from Die Zauberharfe, D.644)
Johann Nepomuk Fuchs (1842–1899)
Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, n.d.(ca.1900). Plate O.B. 4889.
New York: Edwin F. Kalmus, n.d.(after 1933).
One of two overtures associated with the incidental music for “Rosamunde” (the other one is the Overture to “Alfonso und Estrella”, D.759a). See the discussion page.
These files are part of the Orchestra Parts Project.
Leipzig: Edition Peters, Ed.469, n.d.(ca.1895). Plate 8045
Der Vollmond strahlt auf Bergeshöh’n (No.3b)
Max Friedlaender (1852–1934)
Schubert-Album, Bd.1 (pp.230-31)
Leipzig: C.F. Peters, No.20a, n.d. Plate 9023.
scan: score scanned at 600dpi
filter: score filtered with 2-point algorithm explained in High Quality Scanning
I provide the original scanned version and the filtered, because the filter does some changes (smoothening, sharpening borders) and some portions of the scan get lost sometimes (when they are too small e.g.) - so you can choose your favorite. You may ask me for a manually cleaned version.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Piano 4 hands (Hermann)
For Piano 4 hands (Schultze)
For Theatre Orchestra (Salabert)
Francis Salabert (1884-1946)
Hamburg: Benjamin, n.d. Plate A.J.B. 1924.
wind parts are cued in the piano-conductor score, but only v1 v2 and vc parts are here.
For 2 Pianos, 8 hands (Brunner)
For Violin and Piano (Nowotny)
For Flute and Guitar (Kok)
For 2 Pianos 8 hands (Burchard)
For Piano 4 hands (Singer)
Otto Singer II (1863–1931)
Musikalisches Universum No. 3911/14.
Hamburg: Anton J. Benjamin, n.d. (ca. 1920). Plate A.J.B. 7225
Scanned at 600dpi, cleaned with 2-point algorithm, additional manual cleaning; tried to repair pages. Title page (TN file) - 300dpi color.
For Piano solo
For Alto Recorder and Piano (Feller)
Ritter von Schleyer Verlag
Der Vollmand strahlt auf Bergeshöh'n (No.3b)
For Piano solo (Horn)
For Piano solo (Liszt)
For Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and Piano (Laurischkus)
Max Laurischkus (1876-1929)
Berlin: Carl Simon, n.d. Plate C.S. 2624.
For 2 Violins and Piano (Hermann)
Friedrich Hermann (1828-1907)
London: Augener's edition no.5330L, n.d. Plate 8257
From the uploader's family library with pencilled identification of property : "J.M.G. (G. for Gunner possibly) 24/2/98". Part of a collection of 12 arrangements entitled Morceaux d'ensemble comprising 12 pieces for a variety of combinations (cf. Titlepage).
For Violin and Piano (Kreisler)
For Piano solo (Godowsky)
|Work Title||Rosamunde, Fürstin von Zypern|
|Movements/Sections||10 sections (Overture + 9)
|Year/Date of Composition||1823|
|First Publication||1891 (complete work)|
|Librettist||Helmina von Chézy (1783–1856)|
|Instrumentation||Voice, Chorus, Orchestra (2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 2 trumpets, 3 trombones, timpani, strings)
|Related Works||4 Impromptus, D.935: theme from Rosamunde used in No.3|
String Quartet No.13, D.804: theme from Rosamunde used in the Andante
|External Links||Wikipedia article|
- 3b. Romanze, »Der Vollmond strahlt auf Bergeshöh’n«, published as Op.26 (1824).
- 8., 4. and 7. as "Heft 2 - 4" of the previous, and 4. in parts (1828).
- 1. and 5. as orchestral score (1866, according to Deutsch catalog, German edition).
- Overture "Die Zauberharfe", 1. and 5. (Entr'actes), 9. and 2 (Ballett music), in an orchestral collection (Vianna: C.A. Spina, 1867).
- 3a and 6 in: "Alte Gesamtausgabe", complete work with the overture to "Alfonso und Estrella" (1891).
|Operas and Stage Works by Franz Schubert|