Item MS-5-2, Box 6, Folder 7 - Etude de concert, Op. 1, no. 1

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Etude de concert, Op. 1, no. 1

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Concert etude, Op. 1, no. 1

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By Paul de Schlözer, edited and revised by Rafael Joseffy

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  • Variations in title: Concert etude in E-flat major, Op. 1, no. 1

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MS-5-2, Box 6, Folder 7

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  • 1910 (Creation)
    Joseffy, Rafael
    New York (N.Y.)
  • 1910 (Publication)
    New York (N.Y.)
  • 1875-1876 (Creation)
    Schlözer, Pavel

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1 part (11 p.) ; 35 x 27 cm

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Rafael Joseffy was a Hungarian pianist, teacher, and composer. He studied with a number of teachers, including Ignaz Moscheles, Carl Tausig, and Franz Liszt. In 1879, he moved to New York City, where he spent the rest of his life.

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(c. 1841-1898)

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Pavel Schlözer was a Polish pianist, teacher, and composer. Little is known about his life. In 1879, he taught at the Institute of Music in Warsaw and in 1892, he became a professor at the Moscow Conservatory. The only extant knwon works by Schlözer are two etudes for piano, and some contest that Schlözer is not their true composer, arguing that they were written by the more well-known composer Moritz Moszkowski.

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Item is an autographed copy of Rafael Joseffy's edition of Paul de Schlözer's etude. It was published by G. Schirmer of New York as part of a "Studies for Concert Use for Piano Solo" series.

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  • English
  • French

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This work is in the public domain in Canada. Please obey the copyright laws of your country. It is your sole responsibility to verify whether the file available for download and viewing is in the public domain in your country or if downloading a copy constitutes fair use.

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Description revised by Rebecca Shaw on December 4, 2017.

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  • English

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  • Box: MS-5-2, Box 6