Water Scenes, Op.13 (Nevin, Ethelbert)
Boston: Boston Music Co., 1891. Plate B.M.Co. 158-162
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Theatre Orchestra (Tervan)
For Theatre Orchestra (Weninger)
Leopold Weninger (1879-1929)
Leipzig: Anton J. Benjamin, n.d. Plate A.J.B. 06840.
For Violin, Cello and Piano (Strube)
For Piano Trio (Moffat)
For Violin and Piano (Moffat)
Alfred Moffat (1866–1950)
Boston: Boston Music Co., 1910. Plate B.M.Co. 2332.
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For Violin and Piano (Strube)
For Cello and Piano (Howell)
|Work Title||Water Scenes|
|Year/Date of Composition||1891|
|First Publication||1891 – Boston: Boston Music Co.|
|Dedication||C. H. S.|
No.4 Narcissus is the composer's best known work for piano. It was described by H.T. Finck as "one of the most popular piano pieces ever written " in 1909 (20 Musical Evenings: The Pianola Baedeker). 60 years after its first publication, it was used in a hit novelty record known as "The Laughing Song" in 1954; see you tube.