Pièces diverses, Op.19 (Deldevez, Édouard Marie Ernest)

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Publisher. Info. Paris: Richault, n.d. Plate 13042.R.
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Work Title Pièces diverses
Alternative. Title Pièces diverses choisies dans les oeuvres des célèbres violinistes-compositeurs des XVII.e et XVIII.e siècles avec parties concertantes ajoutées au texte original des auteurs et réalisées pour piano et violon
Composer Deldevez, Édouard Marie Ernest
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.19
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 volumes
  • Volume 1 (all arranged for violin and piano):
  1. Corelli: Violin Sonata Op.5 No.1 Introduction Adagio Allegro
  2. Corelli Violin Sonata Op.5 No.5: Introduction et Gigue
  3. Corelli Violin Sonata Op.5 No7
  4. Bonporti: Invenzione Op.10. No.5 (actually No.6 in Cm)
  5. Geminiani: Violin Sonata Op.1. No.1
  6. Porpora: Violin Sonata in B minor, Op.12 No.11
  7. Senaillé: Violin Sonata Op.5. No.9 Aria
  8. Tartini: Violin Sonata Op.2. No1 B:g4
  9. Tartini: Violin Sonata in F major: Op.1. No.12 Thème varié
  10. Locatelli: Violin Sonata in C minor Op.5. No.5
  11. Somis: Violin Sonata, Op.1 No.9
  12. Leclair: Violin Sonata Op.5 No.6 'Le tombeau'
  13. Barbella: Tinna Nonna Larghetto
  14. Mondonville: Violin Sonata Op.1. No.4 Adagio-Sarabande
  15. Stamitz: Violin Sonata in C major Op.6. No.2 : Minuetto e Trio
  16. Zimmermann: Violin Sonata No.3 - Adagio
  17. Guerini: Violin Sonata Op.1. No.3 - Presto
  18. Cupis de Camargo: Violin Sonata in A major:Op.1. No.2 Gavotte
  19. Nardini: Violin Sonata in E major – Adagio
  20. Gaviniès: Fragments de sonates op. 1, Violin Sonata
  21. Pugnani: Violin Sonata Op.3. No.11
  22. Aubert: Violin Sonata in D minor (Book 3, No.8) Adagio-Allemanda
  23. Noferi: Violin Sonata in D Op.1 No.7 Marcia
  24. Lolli: Sonata in C minor Op.3. No.2 - Adagio et Rondo
  25. Martini Solfeges Aria
  26. Viotti: Violin Sonata in A, Op.4. No.2
  • Volume 2 (arranged for violin and piano unless otherwise noted)
  1. Lully: Alceste, LWV 50: Gavotte et Rondo
  2. Lully: Atys, LWV 53 Entrée des songes
  3. Marais Tempete d’alcyone
  4. Purcell Fragment de Sonate (arranged for 2 violins, piano)
  5. Rameau: Menuet et Passepieds Castor Pollux (arranged for 1 or 2 violins, piano)
  6. Rameau: Rigaudon et Tambourin Fetes d’Hebe
  7. Rameau: Gavottes Le Temple de la gloire
  8. Durante Air, Extract from Solfèges d'Italie
  9. Durante Duo, Extract from Solfèges d'Italie (arranged for violin, viola, piano)
  10. Durante Fragments de sonate
  11. Handel Sonate (in A major, HWV 361)
  12. Handel Fragments de sonates (arranged for 2 violins, piano)
  13. Bach Chorals
  14. Bach: Trio Sonata, BWV 1037 (arranged for 2 violins, piano)
    actually Trio Sonata in C major, DürG 13 by Johann Gottlieb Goldberg
  15. Tartini: Violin Sonata in A Pastorale (Pastorale in A major, B.A16)
  16. Hasse: Air from Solfèges d'Italie
  17. Exaudet: Menuet
  18. Viotti: Ranz de vaches from Sonata no.4, Book 2
  19. Cherubini Solfèges du Conservatoire (viola)
  20. Sudre Duettino (arranged for 2 violins, piano)
  • Volume 3
  1. Baltazarini: Son du 1e Ballet, from Ballet Comique de la Royne (1581)
    This is in fact Balthazar de Beaujoyeulx, but according to Wikipedia:Balthasar de Beaujoyeulx, he only created the scenario (and choreographed, directed, and stage managed) the production. The music was by "Lambert de Beaulieu" (in fact Girard de Beaulieu). RISM, however, still credits Beaujoyeulx with the music.
    arr. for strings (G2/G2/C3/C3/F4 clefs); according to RISM, this was the original instrumentaton
  2. Baltazarini: Chant des Sirènes (Trois Sireines et un Triton) (see above)
    arr. for 4 voices (3 superius, 1 concordant; G2/G2/C1/C3 clefs) + choeur
  3. Cavalieri: Coro from Rappresentatione di Anima e di Corpo (p.7)
    arr. for 4 voices a cappella (original had continuo)
  4. Peri: the Triflauto scene from Euridice (p.8)
    arr. for tenor, orchestra (the original has no instruments apart from the triflauti but the arrangement has strings in that section)
  5. Giulio Caccini, Coro, Aria, Coro from Le nuove musiche (p.10)
    arr. for voice, mixed chorus (SSATTB), "Quatuor" (presumably strings), continuo (the original has no "quatuor"
  6. Monteverdi, Moresca from L'Orfeo (p.14)
    arr. for strings (G2/G2/C3/C3/F4 clefs)
  7. Francesca Caccini, Coro from La liberazione di Ruggiero (p.15)
    arr. for mixed chorus, orchestra
  8. Cavalli, Sinfonia, Aria (tenor), Quintetto, Aria (mezzo-soprano) from l'Eritrea (p.18)
    arr. for 5 voices, strings, continuo (original not available to compare, but might have been string orchestra as well, though the "arrangement" may involve the vocal parts and replacements for castrati)
  9. Stradella, Duo from the oratorio San Giovanni Battista (p.27)
    arr. for soprano, bass, strings, continuo (Duo orig. soprano, bass, continuo, with the concerto grosso afterward, not before)
  10. Cambert, Overture from the pastorale Pomone (p.31)
    arr. for strings (orig. strings)
  11. Lully: Gavotte et rondeau and Duo from Alceste (p.35)
    arr. for mixed chorus, strings, continuo (in the original, chorus is with continuo only, in the arrangement, strings are also used)
  12. Lully: Passacaille from Armide (p.42)
    arr. for orchestra (orig. strings)
  13. Lully: Marche du régiment de Turenne (p.51)
    arr. for orchestra (original instrumentation unknown)
  14. Campra, Air from Iphigénie en Tauride (p.53)
    arr. for soprano, orchestra
  15. Couperin: Apothéose de Lully (p.56)
    arr. for 2 violins, viola, cello
  16. Rameau: Trio des Parques from Hippolyte et Aricie (p.60)
    arr. for tenor, baritone, bass, orchestra
  17. Rameau: Ouverture from Les Fetes d'Hebe (p.73)
    arr. for orchestra ("Instrumentée d'après l'arrangement fait pour le Clavecin par Balbastre")
  18. Rameau: Marche religieuse (p.80)
    arr. for orchestra (this is possibly from a larger work, so original instrumentation cannot be checked)
  19. Gluck: Ouverture from Iphigénie en Aulide (p.81)
    arr. for orchestra (apparently contains the original, with additions by Fromental Halévy)
Language French, Italian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation see above (contents)

Navigation etc.

  • Vol.1 violin and piano, Vol.2 1 or 2 violins and piano acc. Vol.1 later issued as Les Maîtres Classiques du Violon.
  • Vol 3: Transcriptions et réalisations d'oeuvres anciennes des compositeurs célébres depius Baltazarini jusqu'a Gluck