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Tarentelle

Tarentelle


  • Instrumentation: piano
  • Édition: Partition électronique PDF
  • N° Réf.: ED 23307 Q53320
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Ignaz Paderewski once remarked that, after Chopin, Moritz Moszkowski knew best how to write for the piano. Moszkowski was one of the most successful German pianists at the end of the 19th century. At the height of his fame, in 1897, he settled in Paris. Among his most popular works are the ‘15 Études de Virtuosité’ op. 72, the extremely effective piano piece ‘Étincelles’ (sparks) op. 36 no. 6, often played as an encore by Horowitz, and the ‘5 Spanish Dances’ op. 12 for piano duet. His ’10 Pièces mignonnes’ op. 77 (plate number 28177-2) were published in three volumes by Schott in 1907. The Tarantella op. 77/6 is in the second volume and still popular today.
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Maison d'édition: Schott Music
Opus: op. 77/6
Ignaz Paderewski once remarked that, after Chopin, Moritz Moszkowski knew best how to write for the piano. Moszkowski was one of the most successful German pianists at the end of the 19th century. At the height of his fame, in 1897, he settled in Paris. Among his most popular works are the ‘15 Études de Virtuosité’ op. 72, the extremely effective piano piece ‘Étincelles’ (sparks) op. 36 no. 6, often played as an encore by Horowitz, and the ‘5 Spanish Dances’ op. 12 for piano duet. His ’10 Pièces mignonnes’ op. 77 (plate number 28177-2) were published in three volumes by Schott in 1907. The Tarantella op. 77/6 is in the second volume and still popular today.
Maison d'édition: Schott Music
Opus: op. 77/6