Selig :

neu Bach-Busoni Chaconne mit Heranziehung des Originales, Schumanns u. Mendelssohns Bearbeitungen 1 ; Beethoven Appassionata; begonnen Brahms Händel-Variationen bis zur V. Var.; wiederholt: Bach chrom. FantFuge . —

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, 2007

Selig :

new Bach-Busoni Chaconne with consultation of the original, [as well as] Schumann’s and Mendelssohn’s arrangements 1 ; Beethoven "Appassionata"; begun Brahms Handel Variations up to the fifth variation; revisited: Bach Chromatic FantasyFugue . —

© Translation Sigrun Heinzelmann, 2009

Selig :

neu Bach-Busoni Chaconne mit Heranziehung des Originales, Schumanns u. Mendelssohns Bearbeitungen 1 ; Beethoven Appassionata; begonnen Brahms Händel-Variationen bis zur V. Var.; wiederholt: Bach chrom. FantFuge . —

© Transcription Robert Kosovsky, 2007

Selig :

new Bach-Busoni Chaconne with consultation of the original, [as well as] Schumann’s and Mendelssohn’s arrangements 1 ; Beethoven "Appassionata"; begun Brahms Handel Variations up to the fifth variation; revisited: Bach Chromatic FantasyFugue . —

© Translation Sigrun Heinzelmann, 2009

Footnotes

1 Both Mendelssohn and Schumann and composed some of the first "transcriptions" of the D-minor Chaconne by adding a piano accompaniment to J. S. Bach’s solo violin part. Schumann’s transcription was inspired by Mendelssohn’s version, which Schumann heard in a concert at the Leipzig Gewandhaus on February 8, 1840, when Mendelssohn accompanied the concertmaster, Ferdinand David, at the piano. Brahms transcribed the Chaconne for piano left hand in 1877; Busoni’s transcription is from 1893.