Piano sheet music for Tarantella, composed by Albert Pieczonka for piano. Mazurka Brillante; Salon-Walzer über den Namen “Bach”; Elfentanz Caprice; Hommage à la Pologne. Mazurka; Second Tarantella in E major. Composer Time . The only information we have on Albert Pieczonka (ca. ) is sketchy and not completely reliable. For example, his first name may have been “Alfred.
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Albert Pieczonka|History of Pieczonka’s Tarantella in A Minor
Trow Directory Printing and Bookbinding Co. Replacing this initial syncopation with the straightforward broken chord accompaniment we commonly see today was one of the first changes made by most of the American publishers post Pedagogically, it is in a class by itself in terms of motivating students to tackle more challenging master works. Note-wise, most of our current editions of the Tarantella are faithful to the Augener edition, with the exceptions of measure 93, measuresand measures Albert Emil Theodor Pieczonka February 10, – April 12, was a composerpianist and music instructor who resided in GermanyEnglandand the United States.
There is no known existing manuscript of the Tarantellaso the Augener edition is the earliest source.
His widow, Nancy, died on November 18, Perhaps it was just an editorial simplification that became popular. There is no doubt that the Tarantella in A Minor was the composition that made Albert Pieczonka famousespecially in the United States. In England, Pieczonka performed concerts and gave music lessons to children of the wealthy. Measures to This page was last edited on 25 Novemberat Below is measure tsrantella as it appears in most American editions dated after The reviews of the Tarantella have always been stellar.
His best known work is his Tarantella. It is musicianly, and yet thoroughly attractive to the average player. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. At atrantella time, the United States did not recognize foreign copyrights, so it is doubtful that Pieczonka, who had already published the Tarantella in London, had any connection with this American publishing frenzy.
For over a hundred years, it has appealed to students of all ages with its flashy idiomatic figurations, pianistic style, technical ease, and tuneful melodies. He outlived all but two of twrantella children. Son, Ernst, was partially paralyzed as the result of a fall during childhood and died in England about Syncopation in Measures 10 to InPieczonka married one of his students, Nancy “Nanny” Wohlgeboren Today, this city, which was heavily damaged during the Second World Waris named Kaliningrad.
Indeed the half cadence followed by silence, from the post American editions, is very different from the albeft cadence and continuous 8ths of piecoznka original London edition. Inor thereabout, the Pieczonka family emigrated from continental Europe to London, England.
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Archived from the original on 21 November It should have been a repeat of measure A free copy of the Tarantella ppieczonka A Minorpublished by Augenercan be downloaded from Pianoarchive.
He may have also studied under Franz Liszt before undertaking a solo career. Following Pieczonka’s death, a blurb appeared in the monthly music magazine Etude:.
In SeptemberPieczonka emigrated to the United States. The family eventually settled on the upper east side of Manhattan at East 95th Street.
It lies within the Kaliningrad Oblastthe westernmost exclave of Russia. Sometime aroundthe notes of these measures were pieczknka and simplified in several of the American editions. Views Read Edit View history.
Two of the children, Ernst and Fannywere born in East Prussia. Since this measure is identical to measure in every other edition I have seen—historical and current—I have come to the conclusion that it is a misprint.
Note and Rhythm Changes. The couple had eight children, one of whom died as an infant.
Danses de Salon (Pieczonka, Albert)
His success in London won him the friendship of such men as Liszt and Rubinstein. It featured mazurkas, waltzes, a fandango, a polonaise and was framed by two tarantellas that are linked motivically —the A Minor Tarantella is first and the E Minor Tarantella is the last dance of the set. I believe that Pieczonka actually looked to an earlier work by Chopin for inspiration: He was survived by his wife and two daughters. He studied at the University of Konigsberg and also at Leipzig Conservatory, after which he made a series of concert tours in German.