The Tempest, Op.134 (Taubert, Wilhelm)

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No.1 Overture in F minor

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#77171 - 5.00MB, 42 pp. -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0- V/V/V - 191x

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Schissel (2010/8/31)

SIBLEY1802.12401.0450-39087009275043score.pdf
Publisher Info.:

Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, n.d.[1863]. Plate 10,486.

Copyright:

Public Domain [tag/del]

Misc. Notes:

This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. HMB 1865 p.3 has the same listing for the overture to op.134 except +"partitur" - probably the same, though. (Both are in the Orchestra section.)

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No.19 Liebesliedchen (Little Love Song)

For Piano solo

 Complete score
#57206 - 0.19MB, 1 (135) pp. -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0- V/V/V - 149x

PDF scanned by Anita Beimert
Ralph Theo Misch (2010/2/23)

TN-aubert, Wilhelm Liebesliedchen Op.134, No.19.jpg
Publisher Info.:

Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, (ca. 1880),
Reissue - Jede Woche Musik. Wochenschrift des Berliner Tageblatts
2. Jahrgang, Nr.34 (22. August 1925)
Berlin: Rudolf Mosse, (1925)

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Public Domain [tag/del]

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600 dpi monochrome.

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General Information

Work Title The Tempest
Alternative Title Der Sturm von Shakespeare
Composer Taubert, Wilhelm
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.134
Movements/Sections 1
First Performance 1857-6-24 Weimar, Großherzogliches Hoftheater
First Publication 1856 (?)
Librettist William Shakespeare
Language German
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Orchestra. Overture: Piccolo, Flutes, Oboes, Clarinets in B, Bassoons, 4 Horns in F, Trumpets in F, Timpani, Trombones, Tuba, Strings. Ophicleide, Triangle, Gran Cassa in incidental music (see below)
External Links RISM 280000642 (information including premiere date)


Misc. Comments

B&H pub. overture in 1863, not 1865 (is tag accurate? the piece itself is incidental music, not a symphonic poem, to which No.1 is the overture for orchestra only. without more of the piece, hard to tag- don't know full lineup of singers if any, or language used - Schissel) Meyerbeer mentions the incidental music (which this is) in a diary entry (28 November 1861) ("the instrumental pieces contain lovely things, the vocal ones are less interesting"). no word anywhere on whether a chorus is involved in any of them?. BSB seems to have this in publication and manuscript, with choral and instrumental breakdown listed in their catalog-

"vl solo, vl 1 (5x), vl 2 (5x), vla (3x), vlc (3x), cb (3x), fl.picc, fl 1 and 2, ob 1 and 2, cl 1 and 2, fag 1 and 2, cor 1, 2, 3, 4, tr 1, 2, trb 1, 2, 3, ophicleide, timp, gran cassa, piatti, tamb; sul palco: directorium, vla 1 and vl 2, vla 2, vlc, cb, fl. picc, fl, ob 1, 2, cl 1, 2, fag 1, 2, cor 2, triangolo" for instruments, and " S 1 (8x), S 2 (7x), T 1 (3x), T 1 and 2, T 2 (4x), B 1 (3x), B 2 (4x)" for chorus.

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