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Czerny, Carl
AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT OF THE OPENING OF HIS "SOUVENIR THÉÂTRAL", OP. 247 BASED ON ISOUARD'S OPERA "JOCONDE", SIGNED AND INSCRIBED ("SOUVENIR THEATRAL. CAH: 4. / JOCONDE CHARLESCZERNY...", FOR THREE PLAYERS ON TWO PIANOS
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251
Czerny, Carl
AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT OF THE OPENING OF HIS "SOUVENIR THÉÂTRAL", OP. 247 BASED ON ISOUARD'S OPERA "JOCONDE", SIGNED AND INSCRIBED ("SOUVENIR THEATRAL. CAH: 4. / JOCONDE CHARLESCZERNY...", FOR THREE PLAYERS ON TWO PIANOS
Estimate
2,0003,000
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Czerny, Carl
AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT OF THE OPENING OF HIS "SOUVENIR THÉÂTRAL", OP. 247 BASED ON ISOUARD'S OPERA "JOCONDE", SIGNED AND INSCRIBED ("SOUVENIR THEATRAL. CAH: 4. / JOCONDE CHARLESCZERNY...", FOR THREE PLAYERS ON TWO PIANOS
the Stichvorlage, notated in brown ink on three six-stave systems per page, the second piano part notated for four hands ("I / 4 mains / II"), comprising a maestoso section followed by sixteen bars of a moderato section, marked by the printer in red crayon, with plate number "3754"

2 pages, folio (c.31 x 24.2cm), 20-stave paper, no place or date [c.1855], traces of guard on verso, some light spotting


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Catalogue Note

Isouard's Joconde, written for Paris in 1814, was produced in Vienna in 1815 and revived later in 1855, this latter date being consistent with a Peters plate number of 3754, as inscribed by the publisher on the manuscript.

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