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Valse triste Op. 44/1

Original and Arrangements

By Jean Sibelius

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Cello and piano
Original and Arrangements. Composed by Jean Sibelius (1865-1957). Edited by Friedrich Hermann. Arranged by Friedrich Hermann. Dances/marches. Edition Breitkopf. The Valse triste from the otherwise practically unknown incidental music to Kuolema op. 44 by Jean Sibelius soon became one of the most frequently played pieces by the Finnish composer. Have a look into EB 2284, EB 2285 and EB 6319. Early modern. Breitkopf and Haertel #EB 2285. Published by Breitkopf and Haertel (BR.EB-2285).

Item Number: BR.EB-2285

ISBN 979-0-004-18076-1. 9 x 12 in inches.

The Valse triste from the otherwise practically unknown incidental music to Kuolema op. 44 by Jean Sibelius soon became one of the most frequently played pieces by the Finnish composer. The Valse triste from the otherwise practically unknown incidental music to Kuolema op. 44 by Jean Sibelius soon became one of the most frequently played pieces by the Finnish composer. The original publisher Breitkopf & Hartel provided a major impulse to its popularity growth through various versions and arrangements.

Incidentally, the arrangements by Friedrich Hermann (for violin, viola, violoncello, flute, and piano) and by Otto Taubmann (for piano duet) are even authentic. They were commissioned by the publisher after Sibelius gave his agreement. In fact the composer who was not always mildly disposed towards such undertakings even went over them as can be seen in the composer's copies. Qasid bedeutet auf Deutsch Kasida - eine poetische Gattung der arabischen Literatur die seit dem Mittelalter in Gebrauch war. Qasid bedeutet auch dass etwas in zwei Teile geteilt ist. Alle Qasid-Stucke sind daher als Form zweiteilig. Qasid 3 war einen Auftragswerk des Trio Iberia und wurde im Auditorio Nacional von Madrid in Mai 2002 uraufgefuhrt. (Jose M. Sanchez-Verdu) Qasid significa en arabe casida una forma poetica de la literatura arabe clasica usada desde la Edad Media. Qasid es tambien algo dividido en dos partes. Todas las piezas de este ciclo estan divididas formalmente en dos partes. Qasid 3 nacio como encargo del Trio Iberia para el Ciclo de Camara y Polifonia y fue estrenada en el Auditorio Nacional de Madrid en mayo de 2001. (Jose M. Sanchez-Verdu).

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