Mozart originally composed this Rondo for piano solo. Herzogenberg created this arrangement for violin and small orchestra in 1888. This reduction for violin and piano was prepared by Roland Erben. With a preface and one facsimile plate.
Three discs of music by the husband and wife Herzogenbergs.
The Ensemble Cantissimo performs the music of Herzogenberg.
Composed between 1878-1879 and dedicated to Elisabet von Herzogenberg.
A collection of 24 songs by Herzogenberg. With Philipp Vogler, piano.
Music by Herzogenberg, Reinecke, and Bowen. With André Schoch, Michael Massong, and Friedrich Höricke.
Two works for the dead by Herzogenberg. Matthia Beckert conducts the Monteverdi Choir Würzburg and Thüringen Philharmonic Gota. Hybrid SACD.
Herzogenberg composed these piano pieces in the summer of 1882. Her husband, Heinrich von Herzogenberg, had them published as a tribute shortly after her death. With a foreword in German, English and French; and critical notes.
A motet in one movement for SSAATTBB chorus a cappella. With an afterword in German. The text is taken from Psalm 128. This is the fourth and last of Herzogenberg's Vier Motetten, Op. 103.
These pieces are nos. 1 and 2 from Herzogenberg's Vier Motetten, Op. 103. The first is for SATB a cappella, while the second is for SSATB a cappella. With an afterword in German.
This is the third of Herzogenberg's Vier Motetten, Op. 103. With an afteword in German. The music is scored for two antiphonal SATB choirs. The text is from Psalm 144.
An oratorio in three parts and an introduction. With a foreword in German. This piano reduction of Herzogenberg's work for choir and full orchestra is reprinted from the first edition of 1899.
In three movements. With a preface in German and English. Critical notes. This was the first work composed by Herzogenberg after becoming a professor at the Royal Academy of Music in Berlin. It was dedicated to cellist Robert Hausmann.
With preface by the publisher.
Contents: Zur Trauung -- Ein getreues Herze wissen -- Wie lieblich schön, Herr Zebaoth -- Zwinglis Reformationslied -- Christ is erstanden von dem Tod -- Wollt treten mit Beten vor Gott den Herren. With an afterword in German.
With an afterword in German. This is the first edition of this motet for a cappella chorus. The music is based on an old hymn from the 15th century.
The Minguet Quartet also performs String Quartet Op. 51, No. 1 by Brahms.
Contents: Violin Sonata No. 1, Op. 37 -- Violin Sonata No. 2, Op. 54 -- Violin Sonata No. 3, Op. 78 -- Phantasie, Op. 15 -- Legenden, Op. 62. On two CDs. With Oliver Triendl, piano.