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Huber, Hans

Summary

Name Huber, Hans (1852-1921)
Standardized title Symphonies
Scoring summary orch
Arrangement statement Arr
Key or mode e
Opus number op. 115
Title on source [cover title:] Symphonie | E MOLL | (BÖCKLIN-SYPHONIE) | für | Orchester | komponirt | von | HANS HUBER. | OP. 115 | Bearbeitung für Klavier zu vier Händen vom Komponisten. | [...]
Variant title on source [caption title:] Symphonie N|o 2. / E moll. / Hans Huber, Op. 115.
Additional title Böcklin-Symphonie
Arrangement statement Arr
RISM ID No. 00000402004140

Library information

Library siglum CH-E 848,9

Content

Work number 1.1.1
Title of movement, tempo I.
Allegro con fuoco
Voice/instrument pf primo
Key or mode e
PAE Code
Work number 1.2.1
Title of movement, tempo II.
Allegro con fuoco
Voice/instrument pf primo
Key or mode D
PAE Code
Work number 1.3.1
Title of movement, tempo III.
Adagio ma non troppo
Voice/instrument pf secondo
Key or mode B
PAE Code
Work number 1.4.1
Title of movement, tempo IV. Finale
Grave
Voice/instrument pf primo
Key or mode E
PAE Code
Work number 1.5.1
Title of movement, tempo [attacca]
Allegretto
Voice/instrument pf primo
Key or mode E
PAE Code

Distribution

Keyboards pf 4hands (orch)

Material description

Type Print
Publishing, Printing and Production Information [s.l.], [s.n.], 1901
Zürich, Leipzig, Hug, Gebrüder, Geidel, F. M.
Format, extent 1 part: 82p.
Dimensions 33,5 x 26,5 cm
Parts held pf 4hands
Plate number G. H. 3308.

Further information

General note Laut RefardtH 1944: "Die Sinfonie wurde 1897 komponiert unter dem Eindruck einer Böcklin-Austellung in Basel (Finale: Metamorphosen, angeregt durch Bilder von Böcklin), daher die nicht vom Komponisten stammende Bezeichnung Böcklinsinfonie"
Performance note: [Hegar, Friedrich]
Note on Performance First performance date: [2.6.1900 Zürich, 1. Schweizerisches Tonkünstlerfest]

References

Opus number op. 115
Bibliographic reference RepertoriumSchweiz
RefardtH 1944 , p.143

Index terms

Subject heading Symphonies
Name Hegar, Friedrich (1841-1927) [Performer]
Huber, Hans (1852-1921) [Arranger]