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肖邦乐谱手稿,带签名题字 Chopin autograph musical quotation signed and inscribed

 

Wiosna, paroles de Witwicki

波兰作曲家、钢琴家肖邦(1810-1849)乐谱手稿、带签名题字。

巴黎,无日期。

大长方形,8开。2页,6行。带紫色装饰框。

售价:185,000欧元

 

标题为“Wiosna, paroles de Witwicki”。第二部G小调波兰歌曲op. posth的完整钢琴乐谱。签名献词:“Madame Kiéné | hommage respectueux | de son devoué| Chopin”签名左侧签下巴黎。这首曲子,最初写作“Andantino”,是为了演唱而作的伴奏。大约在1838年的春天,由斯蒂芬·维特维奇改编成文本,是典型的杜姆卡,波兰田园诗歌曲的忧郁形象。g小调与降b大调之间的振荡营造出怀旧的细腻感。可能是献给钢琴家玛丽·凯瑟琳·基内,他是钢琴家和作曲家安妮·玛丽·比格特··莫洛格斯的母亲,后者在很年轻的时候就去世了。她还教过范妮·亨塞尔和费利克斯·门德尔松·巴托尔迪钢琴。斯蒂芬·维特维奇是肖邦现存歌曲文本的主要创作人,他曾强迫他创作一部波兰歌剧。肖邦只喜欢在私人圈子里即兴创作波兰歌曲,因此他既没有将这些歌曲收录到音乐会曲目中,也没有将它们出版发行。根据肖邦的遗愿,有些歌曲只以草稿的形式存在,并将被烧毁。到目前为止,已知的歌曲总共只有19首。这首歌的第一版最早于1856年由华沙的亚历山大·金斯出版,以斯坦尼斯拉夫·贾乔维奇的一首诗为创作背景。右边缘略带棕色。右边缘有安装痕迹。——肖邦·维尔克泽尼斯·考比兰斯卡(1971)188,签名版。

 

Wiosna, paroles de Witwicki

Chopin, Fryderyk, Polish composer and pianist (1810-1849). Autograph musical quotation signed and inscribed. Paris, no date. Large oblong 8vo. 2 pp. 6 lines. With decorative purple frame.  € 185.000
Titled "Wiosna, paroles de Witwicki". - Complete piano score of the Polish song op. posth. 74 nr. 2 in g minor, indicated "All[egre]tto". With autograph dedication: "Madame Kiéné | hommage respectueux | de son devoué| Chopin". The autograph place name "Paris" on the left. - This composition, originally written as "Andantino" for one singing voice with piano accompaniment, probably in the spring of 1838, set to a text by Stefan Witwicki, is a typical Dumka, the melancholic counterpart of Polish idyllic song. The oscillation between g minor and b flat major creates a nostalgic "senza-fine" mood. - Probably dedicated to the pianist Marie Catherine Kiéné, née Leyer, the mother of the pianist and composer Anne Marie Bigot de Morogues, who died at a young age, and taught the piano to Fanny Hensel and Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy. - Stefan Witwicki, who wrote most of the texts of the surviving Chopin songs, pressured him to compose a Polish opera. Chopin however, who only enjoyed improvising on Polish songs in a private circle, neither included them in his concert programmes, nor had them published. Some songs only existed as drafts and were to be burned, according to Chopin's last will. Up to date, a total of merely 19 songs are known. - The first edition of this song was published as late as 1856 by Aleksander Gins in Warsaw, set to the text of a poem by Stanislaw Jachowicz. - Right-hand edge slightly browned. Traces of mounting on right-hand edge verso. - Kobylanska, Chopin Werkverzeichnis (1971) S. 188, Autograph g.

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