Walzer, Op.27 (Huber, Hans)

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No.1. Gavotte in D minor

For Piano solo

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Schissel (2011/8/14)

Editor John Aiken Preston
Publisher. Info. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, 1884. Plate APS & Co. 662-4.
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Misc. Notes Edited using Scantailor and Graphicsmagick. This is (begins the same as, anyway, but most likely is?...) part of op.27 (though not so noted in this edition): see RISM 402004419.
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No.2. Menuet in E major

For Piano solo

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Editor John Aiken Preston
Publisher. Info. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, 1885. Plate APS & Co. 699-7.
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Misc. Notes Edited using Scantailor and Graphicsmagick. See RISM 402004420.
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General Information

Work Title Waltzes
Alternative. Title Walzer 1. Folge.
Composer Huber, Hans
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.27
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's ?
First Publication. 1878 - Leipzig: Rieter-Biedermann
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Piano


Misc. Comments

Walzer 2. Folge = Op.54.

See Gavotte in D minor by Hans Huber - possibly from a pair of pieces (Zwei Stücke im alten Tanzstil) published in 1878 without opus number (a few libraries have a copy of this), or from some other work. Exists in an edition by Preston for AP Schmidt of Boston (also?).

Possibly No 2 of Drei Stücke im alten Styl f. Pfte. Op.. 14.(Gavotte. Menuett. Bourrée.) Leipzig, Kistner 1876.

Actually, according to RISM it's no.2 of another set- Op.27. See RISM 402004420. Should have checked that long ago. The dates don't make sense, I think... do they? Hrm. Ah, yes, they do!

Published simultaneously for piano, piano 4-hands, piano trio, and "Walzer für Pianoforte zu vier Händen, Violine und Violoncell" (Rieter-Biedermann plate 924). Seems to most often show up in this form in libraries, however, so will put that in tags (and since the versions I have right now are piano solo, have them as arrangements.)