Suite after Hermann Hesse, Op.71 (Niemann, Walter)

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Piano Scores

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Schissel (2010/8/14)

Publisher Info.:

Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt, 1920. Plate C.F.K. 8171-4.


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Misc. Notes:

This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project.


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Arrangements and Transcriptions

No.4. In moto perpetuo: Vivo, ma non troppo

For Harp solo (Menzel)

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Theodor Menzel (1878–1939)

Publisher Info.:

Augsburg: Anton Böhm & Sohn, n.d.(ca.1938). Plate 8721.


Public Domain - Non-PD EU [tag/del]

Misc. Notes:

This publication mentioned and reviewed in Zeitschrift für Musik, volume 105 (1938) - published most likely in that general vicinity.


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General Information

Work Title Suite nach Worten von Hermann Hesse. Für Klavier. Werk 71.
Alternative Title
Composer Niemann, Walter
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.71
Movements/Sections 4 sections
  1. Präludium
    (Un poco vivace. Leicht und flüssig, F major)
  2. Scherzino
    (Vivacissimo. Leicht, flüchtig und rhythmisch pikant, ohne fühlbare Takteinschnitte zu spielen, A minor)
  3. Arietta
    (Poco Adagio, D minor)
  4. In moto perpetuo
    (Vivo, ma non troppo. Leicht, spielerisch und anmutig bewegt, mit zierlicher silberheller Tongebung, F major)
First Publication 1920
Dedication Fraulein Frieda von Mikulicz in herzlicher Ergebenheit zugeeignet
Composer Time Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation piano
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