Princeton University Library Catalog

19th century pianists on Welte-Mignon [electronic resource].

Format:
Audio
Published/​Created:
Kehl/Rhein : Archiphon, p1992.
Description:
1 online resource (1 sound file).
Series:
Naxos Music Library. [More in this series]
Notes:
  • "The closest approach to 19th century piano interpretation-digitally recorded at Freiburg i. Br. from the late Edwin Welte's private Welte-Mignon Steinway piano (Welte Collection, Augustinermuseum)"--Container.
  • The 1st-2nd works, originally for orchestra, transcribed for piano duo; the 7th, originally for piano and orchestra
Time and place of event:
Original piano roll created Dec. 13, 1905 (1st-6th works), Jan. 20-21, 1905 (7th-8th works), and Feb. 18, 1906 (9th-12th works); digital audio recording of the reproducing piano made in May 1991, Freiburg, Germany.
Source of description:
Description based on hard copy version record.
Participant(s)/​Performer(s):
Camille Saint-Saëns (1st-6th works), Carl Reinecke (7th-8th works), Theodor Leschetizky (9th-12th works), piano.
Contents:
Rêverie à Blidah (3:43) ; Symphony in A minor op. 55. Adagio (3:28) ; Valse mignonne (2:16) ; Rhapsodie d'Auvergne (6:47) / Saint-Saëns -- Sonata no. 16 in G major op. 31 no. 1. 2nd movement (Adagio) / Beethoven (8:45) -- Nocturne no. 5 in F sharp major op. 15 no. 2 / Chopin (2:40) -- Piano concerto no. 26 in D major K537. Larghetto / Mozart (5:53) -- Warum? / Schumann (2:28) -- Fantasia in C minor K475 / Mozart (11:57) -- Nocturne no. 8 in D flat major op. 27 no. 2 / Chopin (6:09) -- Les deux alouettes (2:59) ; Barcarole (6:45) / Leschetizky.
Subject(s):
Contains:
Other title(s):
Nineteenth century pianists on Welte-Mignon
Publisher no.:
ARC-106
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