Holograph, signed. Gift; Fritz Kreisler; 19481228. Formerly in the collection of Eugène Ysaÿe. At end: Glion-Bas Bel Air, juin-juillet 1896. Published: Leipzig : Breitkopf & Härtel, c1898. Letter from Eugène Ysaÿe concerning the presentation of the ms. to Fritz Kreisler (typescript, signed; 2 leaves) and photocopy (positive) thereof inserted.
Each volume contains twenty compositions. Vols. 1-3: "transcription par Louis Diémer"; v. 4: "révision par C. Saint-Saëns, Vincent d'Indy, Paul Dukas, A. Guilmant, G. Marty." From the Louise Talma papers at the Library of Congress.
For piano. Lithographed t.p.: Topsy, wide-eyed and smiling, wearing white short-sleeved dress, and with hands held together in front of herself; Lith. of Sarony & Co. N.Y. Originally published: New York : published by Firth, Pond & Co., [185-?] Also available in print.
For oboe, flute or clarinet in C and piano. A transposed part for clarinet in B♭ can be downloaded from http://www.editionhh.co.uk/hh297clarinet.pdf. "[T]he printed score was engraved from a manuscript score, while the separate part was produced from a manuscript part, not from the full score; there are therefore many differences between the two"--P. vi. Preface in English with German translation; critical commentary in English.
New ed. of the composer's original version for 2 pianos, percussion (3 xylophones, electric bells, 3 propellers, tamtam, 4 drums, and siren), and 16 player pianos; originally performed by 4 pianos 8 hands and player piano. Edited from the holograph in the Music Division, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Duration: ca. 30:00. Includes historical notes by Rex Lawson, editorial notes by ...
For piano. Lithographed t.p.: Topsy looking over left shoulder, wearing white scarf with red embroidery on head; Louisa Corbaux delt et lith.; Stannard & Dixon, Imp. Hay S-Music copy imperfect: all after p. 4 wanting. RBN. Originally published: London: C.Jefferys, c[185-?] Also available in print.