The The first noel piano pdf Art Music Society has published music since 1859. Cantata for the consecration of Uppenbarelsekyrkan in Saltsjöbaden.
Bass, baritone, two choirs, organ, harmonium, string quartet, harp and celesta. Cantata for the reformation commemoration in Uppsala 1917. Text in Part I, Martin Luther, and in Part II, Erik Axel Karlfeldt. Wilfried Pankauke has translated Karlfeldt’s poem “Luthers hammare” into German and transcribed the orchestral parts för organ. Luther’s original text in Part I.
Comprises two scores, one for choir and soloist, the other for organ. Cantata for the 500th anniversary of the Swedish Parliament. For solo soprano, alto, tenor, and baritone, mixed choir and orchestra, op. Out of print, but available as facsimile. Ballad with text by Viktor Rydberg. For soprano, Mezzo-soprano, tenor, choir and orchestra.
Out of print, but available as facsimile, laser printed on high-quality paper, unbound. For one string instrument and piano. Symphonic poem in the composer’s transcription for piano. Sonata for violin and piano, op. For soprano, tenor, female coir, male choir and large orchestra. Arranged for piano by Carl Valentin. Fairy play – a musical image for large orchestra.
Published in 1934 together with Andreas Düben’s Pugna Triumphalis from 1634. From J L Runeberg’s Idyll and epigram. Metamorphoses for flute, oboe, violin, viola, and violoncello. Carlstedt presenting the Missa to His Holiness the Pope. Click picture for full scale photo.
For flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon. Music for the mourning of Gustav II Adolf for two men’s choirs a capella. Published in 1934 together with Thomas Boltzius’ Threnodia från 1632. Parts can be rented through us. Violin sonata composed in 1956 to the memory of Bert Brecht. Piano trio composed in 1963 to the memory of Dag Wirén. Music for the mourning of Gustaf II Adolf.
Publication in 1932 under the editorship of Natanael Fransén. Trio-Sonata for violin, cello, and piano. Out of print, but available as facsimile, laser printed on high-quality paper. German interpretation by Hans Bethge of Chinese poems by Li-Thai-Po.