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Offline kerry

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Mahler and R Strauss
on: June 25, 2004, 03:13:52 AM
Does anyone know if there is anything  written for piano by either of these composers? Just curious.

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Re: Mahler and R Strauss
Reply #1 on: June 25, 2004, 05:40:48 AM
I think Mahler wrote a piano trio when he was a student, but no other piano pieces.  It's disappointing.  There are piano accompaniments for some of his songs though.
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Re: Mahler and R Strauss
Reply #2 on: June 25, 2004, 04:48:46 PM
GUSTAV MAHLER

In spite of having primarily studied the piano Mahler never composed any piece for piano solo. In fact as far as I know he only wrote symphonies and song cycles. Even his song cycles are mostly for voice and orchestra. However you can try these:

Drei Lieder (three songs for tenor and piano, 1880)

Lieder und Gesänge aus der Jungendzeit (fourteen songs with piano accompaniment, 1880-1883)

Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen (for voice with piano or orchestral accompaniment, 1883-1885)

Rückert Lieder (for voice with piano or orchestral accompaniment, 1901-1903)

RICHARD STRAUSS

Richard Strauss on the other hand wrote a fair amount of solo piano pieces, mostly in his youth.

Warner Bros. publishes a collection of them (“Richard Strauss: Early Piano pieces). His most important piano pieces are considered to be : 5 Klavierstucke op. 3, Piano Sonata op. 5, Stimmungsbilder op. 9. They have been recorded by Ludmil Angelov for Gega New (“Richard Strauss: Works for Piano”). Gitti Pirner has also recorded Strauss Piano music for Arts Music (“Richard Strauss: Complete chamber music – Vol. 7 – Piano music).

Now, are you sitting comfortably? Here are Strauss piano solo pieces :P :

TFV 1 -  Schneiderpolka für Klavier: Introduktion Langsam - Polka Allegro – Trio (1870)

TFV 9 - Moderato C - Dur für Klavier (1871)

TFV 11 – Panzenburg - Polka für Klavier - Introduktion - Polka Schnell – Trio (1872)

TFV 12 --Langsamer Satz g-Moll für Klavier (1872)

TFV 14 - Polka, Walzer und andere kleinere Kompositionen für Klavier  (1872)

TFV 18 - Fünf kleine Stücke für Klavier (1873)
I. Allegretto C-Dur
II. Moderato G-Dur
III. Allegretto C-Dur
IV. Larghetto F-Dur
V. Allegro D-Dur

TFV 19 - Sonatine Nr. I C-Dur für Klavier (1873)

TFV 20 - Sonatine Nr. II E-Dur für Klavier (1873)

TFV 22 Sonat(in)e I C-Dur für Klavier (1874)I. Allegro con brio II. Presto assai

TFV 23 - Sonat(in)e II F-Dur für Klavier (1874) I. Allegro II. Andante (Thema mit Variationen) III. Prestissimo molto

TFV 24 - Sonat(in)e III B-Dur für Klavier (1874) I. Allegro II. Andante cantabile III. Tempo di Menuetto IV. Presto

TFV 25 - Sonat(in)e IV E-Dur für Klavier (1874) I. Allegro moderato II. Largo molto III. Finale

TFV 26 – Sonat(in)e V Es-Dur für Klavier (1874) I. Allegro assai II. Adagio molto III. Menuetto Allegretto IV. Finale Allegro

TFV 27 - Sonat(in)e VI D-Dur für Klavier (1874) I. Allegro II. Allegro assai (Scherzo)

TFV 28 -  Fragmente zu Sonat(in)en für Klavier (1873/1874)

TFV 29 - Fantasie C-Dur für Klavier Adagio - Allegro - Presto - Cadenza ad libitum - Andante - Allegro con fuoco - Allegretto grazioso - Minore - Maggiore - Allegro molto (1874)

TFV 30  - Zwei kleine Stüke für Klavier (1875)
I. Moderato A-Dur
II. Andante g-Moll

TFV 34 - Allegro assai B-Dur für Klavier (1875)

TFV 47 -  Sonate Nr. I E-Dur für Klavier (1877) I. Allegro II. Andante con Variazioni III. Tempo di Menuetto - Trio IV. Finale Allegro agitato

TFV 68 - Zwölf Variationen D-Dur für Klavier (1878 )

TFV 72 - Aus alter Zeit. Keine kleine Gavotte für Klavier (1879)

TFV 73 - Andante c-Moll für Klavier (1879)

TFV 79 - Große Sonate Nr. II c-Moll für Klavier (1879) I. Allegro ma non troppo
II. Andante cantabile III. Scherzo – Trio IV Finale Allegro maestoso ma non troppo lento

TFV 82  Skizzen. Fünf kleine Klavierstücke (1879)
I. Allegro E-Dur
II. Andante G-Dur
III. Gavotte II D-Dur Allegretto - Trio
IV. Gavotte III G-Dur Allegro - Trio
V. Gavotte IV D-Dur Allegro molto - Pastorale Molto meno mosso

TFV 86 - Scherzo h-Moll für Klavier (1879)((

TFV 93 - Zwei kleine Stücke für Klavier (1879)
I. Andantino G-Dur
II Gavotte D-Dur Allegretto – Trio

TFV 96 - Scherzando G-Dur für Klavier (1880)

TFV 99 - Fuge zu vier Themen für Klavier (1880)

TFV 103 – (op. 5) - Sonate h-Moll für Klavier (1881) I. Allegro molto, appassionato
II. Adagio cantabile III Scherzo Presto - Trio Un poco più lento IV. Allegretto vivo

TFV 105 (op. 3) - Fünf Klavierstücke (1881)
I. Andante B-Dur
II. Allegro vivace scherzando es-Moll
III. Largo c-Moll
IV Allegro molto As-Dur
V Allegro marcatissimo Des-Dur

TFV 111 - Albumblatt für Klavier (1882)

TFV 120 - Largo a-Moll für Klavier (1883)

TFV 121 - Stiller Waldespfad für Klavier (1883)

TFV 122 - Melodie Ges-Dur (Ruhig) für Klavier (1883)

TFV 127 – (op. 9) Stimmungsbilder für Klavier (1882 – 1884)
I. Auf stillem Waldespfad Andante
II. An einsamer Quelle Lento
III. Intermezzo Allegretto
IV. Träumerei Andantino
V. Haidebild Lento ma non troppo

TFV 131 - Improvisationen und Fuge a-Moll für Klavier über ein Originalthema (1884)

TFV 138 - Intermezzo F-Dur (Andantino) für Klavier zu vier Händen (1885)

TFV 139 - Kadenzen zum Klavierkonzert c-Moll, KV 491 von Wolfgang Amadeus Mozert (1885)

TFV 181 – (Op. 38 ) - Enoch Arden. "Annie Lee, das schmuckste kleine Mädchen" (Alfred Tennyson). Ein Melodram für Pianoforte (1897)

TFV 213 - Parade-Marsch No. 1 Es-Dur des Regiments Königs-Jäger zu Pferde für Klavier (1905)

TFV 214 - "De Brandenburgsche Mars". Präsentiermarsch (bearbeitet) für Klavier (1905)

TFV 217 - Op. 100 Militärischer Festmarsch Es-Dur für Klavier (1905)

Best wishes,
Bernhard.
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Re: Mahler and R Strauss
Reply #3 on: June 26, 2004, 08:48:56 AM
Bernhard you are unbelievable. Thank you so much for this information. I know a lot of Lieder but haven't seen any of the Strauss. I am about to go into the Music library to see what they have. They know me very well in there!!  What a pity Mahler didn't write anything for piano.  
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