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You recently uploaded a cello sonata by Désiré Thomassin. I'm having trouble locating the piano part for this edition - in particular I need a scan of the title page for a research project here at the university of Leeds. Thanks for your interest and good luck on your research project.

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My curiosity is piqued :) Yojimbo Was prowling through two volumes (four, actually - two for 1920, two for 1933, since I was looking for information to do with Ewald Straesser&rsquo's 4th quartet of 1920, and the composer himself who died in 1933...) - of the Neue Zeitschrift für Musik yesterday and one of them contained a passing reference to a performance "Thomassin (A-moll)" - meaning, A minor symphony by Thomassin was performed in the concert in question - cannot remember context right now but will look again sometime soon I am sure. I was talking with another volunteer staff at library (well, expounding to :( - though she is the student of library sciences, not I ;)) how convinced I am getting about the need for preservation, digital and otherwise, more and more :( Steibelt last concerto? If you have evidence indicating otherwise (like the sonata originally being for violin or another instrument, that changes things obviously.

(Composer I would not mind looking into, seems to have written ambitiously and intriguingly. no sign at Worldcat of an a-minor symphony- oh- wait. It appears that Salmon was basically realizing the continuo and perhaps slightly altering the solo line to be playable on a modern instrument, which still qualifies as an edition (though not an urtext one).

Neben den Standard-Werken habe ich auch noch einige Sachen, die hier bei IMSLP noch nicht vorhanden sind. Grüße von --Ralph Theo Misch , 11 June 2010 (UTC) This is extremely interesting! If not then I am still looking for it and it shall be put up as I find it.

Eric , 31 March 2011 (UTC) Hallo, Generoso, hättest Du Zeit und Lust, mir beim Scannen und Hochladen meiner kleinen "Cello-Bibliothek" zu helfen? Soll ich Dir eine Liste meiner Sammlung zukommen lassen? Thanks George Kennaway If I have it is on the site already (That is, if it is PD) .

Ich würde Dir die Sachen zuschicken und Du könntest sie nach dem Einscannen auch behalten.

Carolus , 14 June 2010 (UTC) The Bach Musette is actually an arrangement of Gavottes 1 and 2 from Suite 6 in D minor from English Suites, BWV 806-811 (Bach, Johann Sebastian)- perhaps it might be moved into the arrangements and transcriptions section there rather than having its own page?Don't know the policy and I don't think I have the ability to move either!Eric , 12 July 2010 (UTC) I'm confused by the Karl Davydov section of this page - are these (in section 3) arrangements by Davydov of works by other people?I don't know what they're doing in the list of Fitzenhagen's compositions though, unless Fitzenhagen was a pseudonym for Davydov... Eric , 11 October 2010 (UTC) It looks like the Fitzenhagen page was based on a similar one for Davydov (no relation), and that one of the headings was accidentally carried over.The editing of the Rococo Variations mentioned in this section was definitely Fitzenhagen's work — P.davydov , 11 October 2010 (UTC) re Reicha addition to the worklist - if "D-sharp major" is a translation of 'in Dis', I believe (and has not been verified from score) - from things I've read, anyway - that in the late-Classical/early-Romantic period (even as late as 1824 when Beethoven considered writing 'in Dis' on the cover page of his Missa Solemnis) that this was not a notification of the key of E major generally speaking (with exceptions I'm sure), but rather a notification to woodwind that the work was in D major (and likely to go even further sharp!), or E if the winds were transposing wind in B, and care should be taken in advance. I have dozens of old wind parthias in copies of manuscripts around 1800 and this was the general practice, not a rare exception. --Kalliwoda , 24 November 2010 (UTC) I do have at least one piece "in Dx"- which I think is D-sharp?? - by Pichl- that is definitely in D major, though (the Synfonia pastorale from DKB). Eric , 16 January 2011 (UTC) Hello Generoso, I created a new page: Wq numbers what makes it necessary to move the page that you created to: H numbers. major, if I can (I'm out of practice with Lilypond, but it's not proving too difficult so far.) I like it.

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