FM1097 Studies for harp Op. 18

FM1097 Studies for harp Op. 18 - Schuecker Sammlung von Etüden für Harfe
Studies for harp Op. 18

Edmund Schuëcker (1860 - 1911)

Contents: Click panel heading below
Instrumentation: Pedal Harp
Level: Intermediate -Advanced
Format: Stapled
Size: 230 x 305mm
Pages of Music: 48
Weight: 185gm
ISMN: 9790200720433
Our Ref: FM1097/PS0014
Publisher: Edition Merseburger 2063
Series Musik für Harfe
Edition/Year: 1983
Origin: Germany
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Nicolas Bochsa (1789 - 1856)

Thema mit Variationen Eb major

Federigo Fiorillo (1755 - 1823)

Moderato C major
Moderato C major

François Joseph Nadermann (c. 1773 - 1835)

Thema mit Variationen in Etüdenform Db major
edited Edmund Schuecker

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Edmund Schuëcker (1860—1911)

Allegretto Eb major
Allegretto Bb major
Allegretto con moto F major
Andante con moto Eb major
Allegro Ab major
Moderato F minor
Allegro ma non troppo Eb major
Andante sostenuto Bb minor
Andante con moto C major

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Edmund Schuëcker

Edmund Schuëcker who was born in Vienna in 1860 and died in Bad Kreuznach in 1911 was an important harpist. He studied at the Vienna Academy of Music under Antonio Zamara (1829 - 1901), was a member of the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig from 1884 to 1891, and went to Dresden and Amsterdam before leaving for the United States where he worked in Chicago, Pittsburgh, and Philadelphia.

Schuëcker wrote a series of harp pieces which enjoyed great popularity at his time. Most of them have fallen into oblivion. His studies, however, are of great value to a harpist’s exercises even today.

This present collection is a selection of the first two parts of the “Etüden-Schule des Harfenspielers. Sammlung von Etüden jeder Stilart vom ersten Anfang an bis zur höchsten Ausbildung. op. 18” (School of Studies for the Harpenist. Collection of studies of any style from the very beginning to the highest development. Op. 18) by Schuëcker which was first published by Carl Merseburger who had their business in Leipzig then.