19th-Century Variations for Piano

  Publisher: Greenway Music Press
19th-Century Variations for Piano

Edited by Various

GMP014 19th-Century Variations for Piano
979-0-58039-013-4 Keyboard Score (2017) 8.5x11, ii + 84
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This volume features nine theme-and-variation sets composed in the early through mid-nineteenth century by Jan Ladislav Dussek (1760–1812), Otto Dresel (1826–90), and American composers of the early nineteenth century. Based on a variety of popular songs and dances of the period, as well as on original themes, these highly virtuosic pieces are ideal concert repertoire.
“Amusez-vous, belles” Arranged as a Rondo, Jan Ladislav Dussek
Variations on “Vive Henri-quatre,” Dussek
Variations on “Air de Troubadour,” Dussek
Yankee Doodle with Variations (1807–10), James Hewitt
The Copenhagen Waltz with Variations (1811–17), T. L. Holden
Moran’s Favorite Variations to the Suabian Air (1817–19), Peter K. Moran
An Original Air with Variations (1820), Arthur Clifton
Variations to the Favorite Air “Au clair de la lune”(1827), Christopher Meineke
Theme and Variations, Otto Dresel