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Author (real name):
Friedrich Weller
Title:
Neueste Berliner Lieblings Tänze für das Pianoforte. Drittes Heft enthält 1 Cottilon, 1 Walz Angloise, 1 Calmaika-Walzer, 1 Ecossoise, 1 Quadrille und 4 Walzer aufgeführt auf den letzten grossen Bällen im Schauspiel-hause zu Berlin
Language:
German
Id:
berliner_1810_no_03
Added to database:
February 21, 2016
Source:
german.bib:2042
Entry type:
Book
Date of publication:
1810–1820?
Publisher:
Schlesingerschen Musikhandlung
Plate number:
254
Place of publication:
Berlin
Series:
Neueste Berliner Lieblings Tänze für das Pianoforte
Serial number:
3
Keywords:
music, cotillon: 19th century, waltz, cotillon: 18th century, longway, longway: ecossaise
URL:
Note:
Courtesy of the Russian State Library. Contains unidentified »Walzanglaise« and »Calmaika« music

Author (real name):
Friedrich Weller
Title:
Neueste Berliner Lieblings Tänze für das Pianoforte. 4tes Heft enthält 1 Cottillon, 3 Walzer, 1 Russischen Walzer, 2 Françoisen, 1 Quadrille und 1 Ecossoise aufgeführt auf den letzten grossen Bällen um Schauspiel-hause zu Berlin
Language:
German
Id:
berliner_1810_no_04
Added to database:
February 21, 2016
Source:
german.bib:2060
Entry type:
Book
Date of publication:
1810–1820?
Publisher:
Schlesingerschen Musikhandlung
Plate number:
255
Place of publication:
Berlin
Series:
Neueste Berliner Lieblings Tänze für das Pianoforte
Serial number:
4
Keywords:
music, cotillon: 19th century, waltz, cotillon: 18th century, longway, longway: francaise, longway: ecossaise
URL:
Note:
Courtesy of the Russian State Library. Contains unidentified »Russischer Waltzer« music of 2/4 time

Author (real name):
Friedrich Weller
Title:
Neueste Berliner Lieblings Tänze für das Pianoforte. 7tes Heft enthält: 1 Polonoise, 1 Cottillon, 4 Walzer, 2 Ecossaisen, Carlabaderwalzer, Mazurek und Pigam
Language:
German
Id:
berliner_1810_no_07
Added to database:
April 23, 2016
Source:
german.bib:2078
Entry type:
Book
Date of publication:
1810–1820?
Publisher:
Schlesingerschen Musikhandlung
Plate number:
1005
Place of publication:
Berlin
Series:
Neueste Berliner Lieblings Tänze für das Pianoforte
Serial number:
7
Keywords:
music, polonaise, waltz, cotillon: 19th century, longway, longway: ecossaise, mazurka, cotillon: 18th century
URL:
Note:
Courtesy of the Russian State Library. Contains unidentified »Waltz Carlsbader« (3/4) »Pigam« (2/4), »Russischer« (2/4) music. RSL catalogue lists wrong number for this item. List of dances matches 7 number in the series according to this catalogue. Title page missing

Author (real name):
Friedrich Weller
Title:
Neueste Berliner Lieblings-Taenze für 2 Violen, 1 Flöte, 2 Clarinetten, 2 Hörner, Violoncelle und Contre-Bass (2 Fagotts, 2 Trompetten, Timbale adlibitum) (können auch 5 stimig executirt werden). 9 Walzer, 2 Galopp-Walzer und 1 Quadrille
Language:
German
Id:
berliner_1820_no_03_orchestra
Added to database:
June 11, 2016
Source:
german.bib:2166
Entry type:
Book
Date of publication:
1820–1830?
Publisher:
Schlesinger'schen Buch- und Musikhandlung
Place of publication:
Berlin
Series:
Neueste Berliner Lieblings-Taenze für Orchester
Serial number:
3
Keywords:
music, waltz, galop, cotillon: 18th century
URL:
Note:
Courtesy of the Russian State Library. Plate number varies over the binding

Author (real name):
Friedrich Weller, Daniel François Esprit Auber
Title:
Cotillon nach den beliebtesten Melodien aus der Oper »Die Stumme von Portici« von Auber für das Pianoforte arrangirt
Language:
German
Id:
weller_1828_cotillon
Added to database:
June 11, 2016
Source:
german.bib:2308
Entry type:
Book
Date of publication:
1828?
Publisher:
Schelinger'schen Buck und Musikhandlung
Plate number:
1523
Place of publication:
Berlin
Keywords:
music, cotillon: 19th century, tempo, tempo: italian
URL:
Note:
Courtesy of the Russian State Library. Opera of »Die Stumme von Portici« was premiered in 1828

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