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Title Cantatas for Voice and Piano
ComposerEISLER, HANNS (1898-1962)
CategoryVocal Score
Publisher / #Universal Edition / UE11664
Price 29.95
Catalog NumberUE11664
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Title Piano Pieces, Op. 8 for Piano Solo.

Though innovative and well-constructed, these pieces are simpler than Eisler's earlier works and less dependent on the 12-tone system of his teacher, Arnold Schönberg. This edition was prepared by the International Hanns Eisler Society; it is a corrected reprint of the first edition of 1958. The Piano Pieces Opus 8 by Hanns Eisler (1898-1962) were previously widely thought to have been composed in 1925, the opus number ostensibly placing the work chronologically between the Duo Opus 7 (1924) and the Tagebuch (Diary) Opus 9 (1926). In fact, Eisler had long set aside opus number 8 for a (never completed) string quartet and, as late as 1927, for the song cycle Zeitungsausschnitte (Newspaper Clippings, ultimately opus 11), extending the period in which the eight piano pieces might conceivably have been composed through to 1927. The bitter rift with Arnold Schönberg, occasioned in March 1926 on the latter's learning that Eisler had apparently made disparaging remarks about the new twelve-tone method, did not prevent the lapsed student from engaging with new compositional technique of his "esteemed master". This technique also plays a central role in opus 8: movements 2, 4, 6, and 8 are generally built on strict twelve-tone principles, while the movements with uneven numbers are structured more freely. The work thus balances dedaphonic and non-dodecaphonic sections without - evidently Eisler's message - adversely affecting the composition's unity." (Peter Deeg, International Eisler Society - Berlin, September 6th, 2012) (Translation: Oliver Dahin)

ComposerEISLER, HANNS (1898-1962)
CategoryPiano Solo
Publisher / #Peters / EP5220A
Price 12.75
Catalog NumberEP5220A
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Title Scherzo for String Trio (1920)
ComposerEISLER, HANNS (1898-1962)
CategoryString Trio
Publisher / #Breitkopf and Hartel / DV8381
Price 15.50
Catalog NumberST0481
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Title Sonate(Die Reisesonate)
ComposerEISLER, HANNS (1898-1962)
CategoryViolin w/Piano
Publisher / #Peters / EP5253
Price 26.75
Catalog NumberEP5253VN
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Title Sonatine Opus 44
ComposerEISLER, HANNS (1898-1962)
CategoryPiano Solo
Publisher / #Peters / EP10393A
Price 15.75
Catalog NumberEP1039APS
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Title Third Sonata for Piano
ComposerEISLER, HANNS (1898-1962)
CategoryPiano Solo
Publisher / #Peters / EP5258A
Price 12.50
Catalog NumberEP5258A
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Title Vierzehn Arten Den Regen Zu Beschreiben, Op. 70 (14 Ways of Describing the Rain) for Flute, Clarinet, Piano, Violin, Viola and Cello
ComposerEISLER, HANNS (1898-1962)
CategoryMixed Ensemble w/Piano
Publisher / #Peters / EP5219
Price 36.50
Catalog NumberEP5219
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