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Jean Louis Nicodé Sonata op.19 f-Moll

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This is presumably the first recording of Jean Louis Nicodés Pianosonata in f-minor op.19.

Score (complete)

Nicodé was likewise influenced as a lateromantic composer by the experiments of Franz Liszt as by the so called academic composers like Mendelssohn, Schumenn and Brahms. His Symphonic Poem "Das Meer" prefigures much of the impressionistic music, and his Gloria-Sinfonie op.34 was even larger instrumentated and longer than Gustav Mahler 8th Symphony and Nicodé first played it two years bevor Mahler composed and six years bevor Mahler conducted his Symphony of the thousands the first time. Nicodé lived in Dresden as conductor and Prof. for Music.

 

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0 #3 Guest 2011-10-12 22:22
Dear Steffen: Hello!!! I live in Mexico city, I knew the work by Nicode for one belgium cd with his cello sonata (August de Boeck too in this cd), thank for your great job!!!!! Persons with you rescue gems of the past!!! my e-mail is
all the best!!!
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0 #2 Guest 2011-03-22 15:05
Can you tell me where I can procure a copy of this Sonata

(Edit: See the Link below the recordings :-)
Steffen)
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0 #1 Guest 2011-03-01 03:16
Dear Mr. Fahl,

Thank you for presenting this unknown work.

Yours,

Arthur
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