MAUD POWELL'S

TRANSCRIPTIONS

COMPOSITIONS

EDITIONS

MUSIC DEDICATED TO HER

The Maud Powell Society has published most of the music listed below in the collection titled  Maud Powell Favorites.

 


Maud Powell about 1905
Maud Powell's Transcriptions
Ludwig van Beethoven
(1770-1827)

Minuet No. 2 in G Major From the Set “Kleinere Stuecke”
(New York: Breitkopf & Hartel Inc., 1917)

Herman Bellstedt, Jr.(1858-1926)

Caprice on Dixie, for Violin (unaccompanied) 
Composed and arranged by Maud Powell after Herman Bellstedt, Jr. Recorded by Maud Powell on 25 May 1910, Victor Red Seal No. 64143. Transcribed from the recording by Luanne Homzy and Rachel Barton Pine.

Luigi Boccherini
(1743-1805)
Minuet (Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, 1914)
Frédéric Chopin
(1810-1849)
Waltz (Op. 64, No. 1) (New York: G. Schirmer, 1910)
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
(1875-1912)
Deep River (Op. 59, No. 10) (Dedicated to Mrs. Carl Stoeckel), (Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, 1905, 1911)
François Couperin
(1668-1733)
La Fleurie (New York: G. Schirmer, 1906)
H. P. Danks
(1834-1903)
Silver Threads Among the Gold (Song) (New York: Charles W. Harris, 1873). As recorded by Maud Powell on 24 June 1914, Victor Red Seal No. 64459, transcribed by Powell for recording purposes only, never printed, no manuscript extant. Transcribed from the recording by Luanne Homzy and Rachel Barton Pine.
Antonin Dvorak
(1841-1904)
Songs My Mother Sang ( Als die alte Mutter )
(New York: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1917)
Humoreske
, Op. 101, No. 7. Arranged by Fritz Kreisler (N. Simrock, Berlin, 1906). Revised and adapted by Maud Powell. Recorded by Maud Powell on 5 June 1916, Victor Red Seal No. 74494. Transcribed from the recording by Rachel Barton Pine and Joseph Scheer.
Stephen Collins Foster
(1826-1864)
Henry Clay Work
(1832-1884)
Luke Schoolcraft
(1847-1893)
Plantation Melodies (New York: Carl Fischer, 1919) (Recorded for Victor as Four American Folk Songs )
My Old Kentucky Home;
Old Black Joe (Foster); Kingdom Comin' (Work); Shine On (Schoolcraft)
Christoph W. Gluck
(1714-1787)
Melody from the opera Orfeo (New York: G. Schirmer, 1910)
Adolf Jensen
(1837-1879)
Serenata (New York: Breitkopf & Hartel, Inc., 1918)
J. Rosamond Johnson
(1873-1954)

Nobody Knows the Trouble I See (Dedicated to H. Godfrey Turner) (Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, 1921)

Jean-Paul-Gilles Martini
(1741-1816)

Love's Delight (Plaisir d'amour) (New York: Breitkopf & Hartel, Inc., 1917)

Jules Massenet
(1842-1912)
Twilight (Crépuscule) (New York: Edward Schuberth & Co., 1892)
Selim Palmgren
(1878-1951)

May Night (Manuscript dated July 1918, Holland/New Library, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington)
(Dedicated to Harry M. Gilbert)

N. Rimsky-Korsakoff (1844-1908)

Chanson Indoue ( Song of India ) (New York: Breitkopf & Hartel, Inc., 1917)

Jean Sibelius
(1865-1957)

Musette from the Orchestral Suite King Christian II (New York: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1916).
Valse Triste from Op. 44 (music for Arvid Järnfelt's Drama Kuolema ). Arranged by Friedrich Hermann (Breitkopf & Hartel, Lepzig, 1907). Revised and adapted by Maud Powell. Recorded by Maud Powell on 24 June 1914, Victor Red Seal No. 74402. Transcribed from the recording by Rachel Barton Pine and Joseph Scheer.

TRANSCRIPTION MADE FOR MAUD POWELL
Percy Aldridge Grainger
(1882-1961)

Molly on the Shore , (New York: G. Schirmer)
Copyright 1911, 1914 by Schott & Company, London

Grainger-Powell

Molly on the Shore violin part as revised by Maud Powell with Grainger's sanction. Recorded by Maud Powell on 5 June 1916, Victor Red Seal No. 64611. Transcribed and edited from the recording by Rachel Barton Pine and Joseph Scheer.

TRANSCRIPTION DEDICATED TO MAUD POWELL

Edvard Grieg-Sol Marcosson To Spring (An den Früling)
(1843-1907)      (1869-1940) (Philadelphia: Theodore Presser Co., 1910)

MAUD POWELL ORIGINAL COMPOSITIONS
Cadenza for the first movement of the Brahms Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 77, composed in Ellenville, New York, Summer 1891 (Manuscript, Detroit Public Library, Detroit, Michigan)
MAUD POWELL EDITION & MUSIC ANALYSES
Pietro Locatelli
(1695-1764)

Sonata in F Minor for Violin and Piano, Op. 6, No. 7; harmonized by L. A. Zellner; revised and edited by Maud Powell, (New York: G. Schirmer, 1919).

Maud Powell

The Story of the Arkansas Traveller and Analysis by Maud Powell
(Manuscript, n.d., The Maud Powell Society for Music and Education, Arlington, Virginia) Based on Henri Vieuxtemps, (1820-1881), Arkansas Traveller and Banjo Tune from Bouquet américain , Op. 33 (Leipzig: C. F. Peters, 1891(?))

Henri Wieniawski
(1835-1880)

Légende for violin and piano, Op. 17, (Edited and with an analytical lesson by Maud Powell) (Philadelphia: Theodore Presser Co., 1915)

ORIGINAL MUSIC DEDICATED TO MAUD POWELL
Marion Eugenie Bauer
(1882-1955)

Up the Ocklawaha, Tone Picture for Violin, Op. 6
(Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, 1913)

Mrs. H.H.A. Beach
(1867-1944)

Romance for Violin and Piano, Op. 23
(Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, 1893)

Herman Bellstedt, Jr.(1858-1926)

Caprice on Dixie , for Violin (unaccompanied)
(Cincinnati: Herman Bellstedt, Jr., 1906)

Cecil Burleigh     (1885-1980)

Four Rocky Mountain Sketches, Op. 11 (New York: G. Schirmer, 1914)

Henri Ern
(1863-1923)

Menuet pour Violon et Piano, Op. 39, No. 1 (manuscript, n.d., José Figueroa Papers, Puerto Rico)

Harry Mathena Gilbert
(1879-1964)
Marionettes (Scherzo) (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1912)
Edwin A. Grasse
(1884-1954)

Scherzo capriccioso , Op. 19 (New York: G. Schirmer, 1912)
In a Row Boat ( Im Ruderboot ) (New York: Carl Fischer, 1915)

William H. Humiston
(1869-1923)

Suite for Violin and Orchestra in F Sharp Minor
(Edition for Violin and Piano) (New York: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1912)

Henry Holden Huss
(1862-1953)

Romance for Violin with Piano Accompaniment (New York: G. Schirmer, 1907)

Max Liebling
(1845-1927)
Fantasia on Sousa Themes (Printed from Manuscript dated 14 January 1905, The Sousa Archives for Band Research, The University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana)
Arthur Loesser
(1894-1969)

California (Humoresque) (On a Tune By Paladilhe) (New York: Carl Fischer, 1923)

Carl C. Müller Sonata for Violin and Piano, Op. 61 (Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1897) (dedicated to “Frl. Maud Powell & Lotta Mills”)
Carl Venth
(1860-1938)

Aria (New York: Carl Fischer, 1911)

CONCERTOS DEDICATED TO MAUD POWELL
Max Bruch Concertstück (1911)
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Concerto in D Minor, (London: Metzler, 1912)
Henry Holden Huss Romanze and Polonaise, Op. 11 (1889) (Manuscript, New York Public Library)
Henry Holden Huss Concerto in D Minor, Op. 12 (1906) (Manuscript, New York Public Library)
Johannes Miersch Concerto in A Minor, Op. 5 (Manuscript, Detroit Public Library)
Henry Rowe Shelley Concerto in G Minor (1891)

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