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Miklosich (c. 1858–1933) was the son of the distinguished philologist Franz Ritter v. Miklosich (1813-1891). At the time of the score's acquisition he was living in the family home. He trained as a lawyer and when he retired from the judiciary in 1917 was granted the title of Hofrat.

 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

Die drei Pintos – Printed Editions

 

[This page is work in progress]

 

Complete Opera
Full Score
Orchestral Parts Chorus Parts
Vocal Score Libretto
Arrangement for Piano, two hands

Individual Numbers

No. 2. Rondo a la Polacca

(voice and piano)

No. 4. Romanze vom ... Kater Mansor

 (voice and piano)

No. 9. Ariette

(voice and piano)

No. 9. Ariette

(piano, 2 hands)

No. 10. Arie

(voice and piano)

No.15. Terzettino (Canon)

(three voices and piano)

No. 16. Arietta

(voice and piano)

 

Entre-Akt

Full score Orchestral Parts
Arrangement for Military Band Arrangement for Salon Orchestra

Selections

Melodieenstrauss I/II

für Pianoforte 2 Händen

Melodieenstrauss III

für Pianoforte 4 Händen

Klänge aus den „Drei Pintos‟

(Pianoforte. arr. Hans Walter)

Beliebte Stücke I–III

(Violin and piano, arr. Friedrich Hermann)

Melodieenstrauss

für Militärmusik

 

 

 

PRINTED FULL SCORES

PF   FIRST EDITION – Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, [1888]
       

Title Page: [Black on dark cream paper, lithographed from writing, type B:] Die Drei Pintos. / Komische Oper in drei Aufzügen / von / Carl Maria von Weber. / [rule] / Unter Zugrundlegung des gleichnamigen Textbuches von Th. Hell, der hinterlassenen / Entwürfe und angewählte Manuscripte des Componisten ausgeführt: / der dramatische Theil / von / Carl von Weber, / der musikalische Theil / von / Gustav Mahler. / [rule] / [swirl] / Dies Exemplar is nur bestimmt [blank] / [blank] / für [blank] / [blank] / Eigenthum von C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger (Oskar Schwalm) Leipzig. / 2953 / [blank]

       

Wrapper: as for title page , but black on blue/grey cover

       

Analysis: [1]=tp; [2]=Personen; 3–124=Act I, pl.no. 2953I; 1–16=Entr’Act, pl.no. 2953X; 1–78=Act II, pl.no. 2953II; 1–135=Act III, [136]=blank, pl.no. 2953III.

       

Dimensions: [bound volume, pages trimmed] 365 x 275 (r=240)

        Watermark: not recorded
        Printer: not recorded
       

Printing method: Lithographic transfer from writing

       

Hofmeister: no entry

       

Edition number: none  Plate number: 2953I (Act I); 2953II (Act II); 2953III (Act III); 2953X (Entr'Act)

       

Copies: A-Wn MS66020-2°; D-B N.Mus. 701; D-B 4316; D-Mbs St.th. 1123-6; GB-Lbl I.420.a. (date stamp: 30 JUN 61)

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This printed score seems never to have been placed on sale, and was probably only available for hire by theatres: the title page/wrapper design provides spaces for details of the hire to be added by hand. Two copyists were used: copyist A: Act I, Entr’Act, Act III, pp. 34–59, 65–135; copyist B: Act II and the rest of Act III.

The D-B catalogue indicates that the copy there used to have a list of corrections; this was not present in 1998. The D-Mbs copy was part of the original performance material used at the the Königl. Hof- und National-Theater, Munich, for performances in 1888, and is numbered 'III': the cover and title page bear the information 'Dieses Exemplar ist nur bestimmt zur Benutzung bei den öffentlichen Aufführungen für das Kgl. Hofoperntheater in München'.  The score contains performance markings and revisions (reductions) to the orchestration, and an indication that the Entr'Act was omitted, at least in some performances.

A complete colour facsimile of the A-Wn copy is available on the library website.

   
 

PRINTED ORCHESTRAL PARTS

PO1

 

FIRST EDITION – [Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt Nachforlger, 1888]

       

Make-up of set: 26 parts: fl 1–2 (2=picc); ob 1–2; cl 1–2; bsn 1–2; hn 1–4; tpt 1–3; trb 1–3 (3=tuba[?]); timp/tr/castanets/tambourine; bd/cymb/rute; vn 1; vn 2; vla; vcl; db

       

Dimensions: not recorded

       

Watermark: not recorded

       

Printer: not recorded

       

Printing method: lithographic transfer from writing

       

Hofmeister: not listed

       

Edition number: n/a  Plate number: 2954

       

Copies: D-Mbs St.th. 1123-13

       

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This part set is part of the original performance material used at the the Königl. Hof- und National-Theater, Munich for performances in 1888, and was probably ready by March. This material has not been examined: the description is based on the library catalogue record.

It appears that the work may have been performed in Munich with a relatively small string section (at most 8, 8, 4, 4, 4), and that the trombones and third trumpet may have been omitted in some performances.

   
  PRINTED CHORUS PARTS
PCh1   FIRST EDITION [Leipzig: Kahnt, 1888]
        Make-up of set: 3 parts: Sop/Alt; Ten; Baß
        Dimensions: not recorded
        Printing method: not recorded
        Hofmeister: not listed
        Edition number: none Plate number: 2952
        Copies: D-Mbs St.th. 1123-12 (86 parts: 28 sop/alto, 32 tenor, 26 bass)
       

This part set is part of the original performance material used at the the Königl. Hof- und National-Theater, Munich for performances in 1888, and was probably ready by March.

This material has not been examined: the description is based on the library catalogue record.

   
  PRINTED VOCAL SCORES
PV1   FIRST EDITION, FIRST STATE – Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, 1888
     

Title Page: [Black on cream paper, type A] DIE drei Pintos. / Komische Oper in drei Aufzügen / von / C. M. VON WEBER. / [rule] / Unter Zugrundelegung des gleichnamigen Textbuches von Th. Hell, / der hinterlassenen Entwürfe und ausgewählter Manuscripte des Componisten ausgeführt: / der dramatische Theil / von / C. VON WEBER, / der musikalische / von / G. MAHLER. / Klavier-Auszug mit Text M 8,-n. Partitur M [blank] Klavier-Auszug ohne Text M [blank] / [rule] / Alle Rechte vorbehalten. / Verlag von C.F. KAHNT NACHFOLGER, Leipzig. / Eigenthum für / [left:] Russland, / Mellin & Neldner, Riga. / [right:] Niederlande, / H. Rahr, Utrecht. // [centre:] Amerika / Edw. Schuberth & C, New York. / F.W. Garbrecht’s Nchf. Oscar Brandstetter, Leipzig.

       

Wrapper: [as for title page: black on grey/green]

       

Analysis: [1]=tp; [2]=[Cast details of the première]; 3=Personen; 4=Inhalt; 5–16=Erster Aufzug...No. 1. Ensemble; 16–19=No. 2, Rondo a la Polacca; 20–22=No. 3. Terzettino; 22–24=No. 4. Romanze vom verliebten Kater Mansor; 24–30=No. 5. Seguidilla a dos; 31–51=No. 6. Terzett; 52–73=No. 7. Finale; 74–79=Entre-Akt; 80–104=Zweiter Aufzug, No. 8. Introduction und Ensemble; 105–106=No. 9. Ariette; 106–112=No. 10. Arie; 112–117=No. 11. Duett; 118–125=No. 12. Terzett. Finale; 126–131=Dritter Aufzug...No. 13. Lied mit Chor; 132–139=No. 14. Duett; 140–144=No.15. Terzettino (Canon); 145–150=No. 16. Arietta; 151–158=No. 17. Rondo-Terzett; 159–164=No. 18. Chor; 165–167=No. 19. Mädchenchor; 168–208=No. 20. Finale (A.); 209–223=No. 21. Finale (B.); [224]=blank.

       

Dimensions: 270 x 187 (r=169 [p.5])

        Watermark: no watermark
        Printer: F.W. Garbrecht’s Nchf. Oscar Brandstetter, Leipzig. [p. 1]
       

Printing method: lithographic transfer from engraved plates

       

Hofmeister: April 1888    Price: Mk 8 n. 

       

Edition number: n/a  Plate number: 2951

       

CopiesD-B O. 22664 (not seen); D-Mbs St.th. 1123-7 (six copies), St.th. 1123-8, St.th. 1123-9, St.th. 1123-10; St.th. 1123-11; GB-Lpc 2-9100001 (bound, lacks wrappers; cuts and changes of number order marked in blue pencil; signed: Annie Starke); US-Wc M1503.W363 D7 (with wrappers)

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No. 2 (Rondo à la Polacca) is printed in C major: in PF it is in D major (see also PV1b and PTp2 below). There is evidence to suggest that the initial engraving was completed in some haste: the subsequent off-prints of individual numbers (see below) include additions to the music and sung text.

Hans von Bülow had received a copy by March 1888 and the arrangement was described as having just been published in a February issue of the Signale für das Musikalische Welt. The D-Mbs copies have not been examined: the details here are derived from the catalogue records. These copies were used at the the Königl. Hof- und National-Theater, Munich for performances in 1888:

St.th. 1123-7 were the copies used for the principals  (the copy for Don Gomez lacks pp. 209–223);

St.th. 1123-8 was used by the chorus repetiteur;

St.th. 1123-9 was the Regie-Clavier-Auszug, used by the director Carl Brulliot (annotated on p. 223: Eingerichtet im März 1888. von Carl Brulliot).

St.th. 1123-10 was used by the director, stage manager and prompt.

   
PV1a   FIRST EDITION, SECOND STATE – Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, [1889]
     

Title Page: [Black on cream paper:] DIE drei Pintos. / Komische Oper in drei Aufzügen / von / C. M. VON WEBER. / [rule] / Unter Zugrundelegung des gleichnamigen Textbuches von Th. Hell, / der hinterlassenen Entwürfe und ausgewählter Manuscripte des Componisten ausgeführt: / der dramatische Theil / von / C. VON WEBER, / der musikalische / von / G. MAHLER. / Klavier-Auszug mit Text M 8,-n. Partitur M [blank] Klavier-Auszug ohne Text M [blank] / [rule] / Alle Rechte vorbehalten. / Verlag von C.F. KAHNT NACHFOLGER, Leipzig. / Eigenthum für / [left:] Russland, / Mellin & Neldauer, Riga. / [right:] Niederlande, / H. Rahr, Utrecht. // [centre:] Amerika / Edw. Schuberth & C, New York. / F.W. Garbrecht’s Nchf. Oscar Brandstetter, Leipzig.

       

Wrapper: none present in the copy described

       

Analysis: as for PV1

       

Dimensions: 273 x 190 (r=171 [p.5])

        Watermark: none
        Printer: F.W. Garbrecht’s Nchf. Oscar Brandstetter, Leipzig. [tp]
       

Printing method: lithographic transfer from engraved plates

       

Hofmeister: not listed   Price: Mk 8 n. 

       

Edition number: n/a  Plate number: 2951

       

CopiesGB-Lbl F.101.d (date stamp: 22 AUG [18]90)

       

This very curious publication has as the piano part the reduction for solo piano without text, PTp2, so the piano doubles the voice parts throughout. It was presumably issued after that arrangement (March 1889) and before 22 August 1890 (the date stamped on the GB-Lbl copy).

   
PV1b   FIRST EDITION, FIRST STATE, LATER ISSUE – Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, [1921?]
     

Title Page: [Black on cream paper:] DIE DREI PINTOS / Komische Oper in drei Aufzügen / von / C.M.VON WEBER / (Gustav Mahler) / Klavierauszug mit Text / M.8.-netto / [logo] / Eigentum des Verlegers für alle Länder / Alle Rechte, auch Aufführungsrecht, vorbehalten  / [rule] / C.F. KAHNT / Leipzig.

       

Wrapper: [Black on brown card:] DIE DREI PINTOS / Komische Oper in drei Aufzügen / von / C.M.VON WEBER / (Gustav Mahler) / Klavierauszug mit Text / M.8.-netto / [logo] / Eigentum des Verlegers für alle Länder / Alle Rechte, auch Aufführungsrecht, vorbehalten  / [rule] / C.F. KAHNT / Leipzig.

       

Analysis: as for PV1

       

Dimensions: 273 x 190 (r=171 [p.5])

        Watermark: none
        Printer: Stich u. Druck v. Oscar Brandstetter, Leipzig. [p. 5]
       

Printing method: lithographic transfer from engraved plates

       

Hofmeister: not listed   Price: Mk 8 n. 

       

Edition number: n/a  Plate number: 2951

       

CopiesGB-Lpc 2-9200216

       

The adverts on the back wrapper suggest that this impression probably dates from 1921 or later (the collection Lieder der Heimat edited by Arnold Krug was announced in the January 1921 issue of Hofmeister).

Below the price on the front wrapper, rubber-stamped in black: Preis ungültig! / C. F. Kahnt / Leipzig. On the title page the price has been deleted and replaced in pencil with 10.–.

The same footnote has been added to No. 2 (Rondo à la Polacca) and No. 15 Terzettino. (Canon): Diese Nummer steht in der Orchester-Partitur einen Ton höher. In addition, No. 4 Romanze von dem verliebten Kater Mansor is supplied with a tempo marking: Andante (see also PV41: the marking was omitted from PF and PV1 and is not included in the scholarly edition).

   
  PRINTED LIBRETTOS
PL1   FIRST EDITION Leipzig, 1888
     

Title Page: Die drei Pintos / [rule] / Komische Oper in drei Aufzügen / von / C.M.von Weber. / [rule] / Unter Zugrundlegung des / gleichnamigen Textbuches von Th. Hell, der hinterlassenen Ent= / würfe und ausgewählter Manuscripte des Componisten ausgeführt: / der dramatische Theil / von / Carl von Weber, / der musicalische / von / Gustav Mahler. / [rule] / Leipzig / 1888.

       

Wrappers: not recorded

       

Analysis: [i]=tp; [ii]=notes; [iii]=Personen; [iv]=blank; 1–71=text; [72]=blank.

       

Dimensions: not recorded

        Watermark: not recorded
        Printer: Druck von Oskar Brandstetter in Leipzig
       

Printing method: letterpress

        Hofmeister: not listed
       

Edition number:  n/a   Plate number: n/a

       

Copies: A-Wigmg; D-B Tw 230/1; D-Mbs St.th. 1123-14, St.th. 1123-15, St.th. 1123-16

       

This edition, which on [ii] describes itself as ‘Als Manuscripte gedruckte’, contains the complete text (sung and spoken) and were presumably intended for use by theatre staff. The D-Mbs copies were used at the the Königl. Hof- und National-Theater, Munich for performances in 1888. St.th. 1123-14 was the director's copy with production notes on interleaved pages, and the annotation Eingerichtet im März 1888 von Carl Brulliot; St.th. 1123-15 was prompt copy. None of the copies have been examined, and the descriptions are derived from the catalogue record.

         
PL2   SECOND EDITION Leipzig, C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, 1888
     

Title Page: [See facsimile] Die drei Pintos / [rule] / Komische Oper in drei Aufzügen / von / C.M.von Weber. / [rule] / Unter Zugrundlegung des / gleichnamigen Textbuches von Th. Hell, der hinterlassenen Ent= / würfe und ausgewählter Manuscripte des Componisten ausgeführt: / der dramatische Theil / von / Carl von Weber, / der musicalische / von / Gustav Mahler. / Preis 50pf / [rule] / Leipzig. / Verlag von C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger. / 1888.

       

Wrappers: not recorded

       

Analysis: [1]=tp; [2]=Personen; [3]–53=text; [54]–[56]=adverts.

       

Dimensions: 185 x 120

        Watermark: not recorded
        Printer: Druck von Oscar Brandstetter in Leipzig (p. [56])
       

Printing method: letterpress

        Hofmeister: April 1888
       

Edition number:  n/a   Plate number: n/a

       

Copies: A-Wigmg; D-B Tw 230 (ex coll. Wilhelm Tappert); D-Mbs (2 copies) Slg.Her 4293, L.eleg.m. 1140 s;

       

This edition contains only the sung text – all the dialogue is omitted – and was presumably intended for sale to the public. The D-B copy (ex. coll. Wilhelm Tappert) has an orange sheet advertising various publications of Die drei Pintos and other items from the Kahnt catalogue tipped in after [2].

A complete colour facsimile is available on the D-Mbs website.

   
PL2a   SECOND EDITION, later issue – Leipzig, C.F. Kahnt, [n.d.]
     

Title Page: [See facsimile] Die drei Pintos / [rule] / Komische Oper in drei Aufzügen / von / C.M.von Weber. / [rule] / Unter Zugrundlegung des / gleichnamigen Textbuches von Th. Hell, der hinterlassenen Ent= / würfe und ausgewählter Manuscripte des Componisten ausgeführt: / der dramatische Theil / von / Carl von Weber, / der musicalische / von / Gustav Mahler. / Preis 50pf / [rule] / Leipzig. / Verlag von C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger. / 1888.

       

Wrappers: not recorded

       

Analysis: [1]=tp; [2]=Personen; [3]–53=text; [54]–[56]=adverts.

       

Dimensions: 191 x 133

        Watermark: not recorded
        Printer: Druck von Oscar Brandstetter in Leipzig (p. [56])
       

Printing method: letterpress

       

Edition number:  n/a   Plate number: n/a

       

Copies:

       

 

  Arrangement for PIANO, Two Hands
PTp2   FIRST EDITION – Leipzig, [1889]
     

Title Page: [Black on cream paper, type Aa:] Die / drei Pintos / Komische Oper in drei Aufzügen / von / C.M.von Weber. / [rule] / Unter Zugrundlegung des / gleichnamigen Textbuches von Th. Hell, / der hinterlassenen Entwürfe und ausgewählter Manuscripte des Componisten ausgeführt: / der dramatische Theil / von / C. von Weber, / der musicalische / von / G. Mahler. / Klavier-Auszug mit Text M 8,_.n. Partitur M [blank]  Klavier-Auszug ohne Text M. 6,_.n. / [rule] / Alle Rechte vorbehalten. / Verlag von C.F. KAHNT NACHFOLGER, Leipzig. / Eigenthum für / [left:] Russland, / Mellin & Neldauer, Riga. / [right:] Niederlande, / H. Rahr, Utrecht. // Amerika, / Edw. Schuberth & C, New York.

       

Wrappers: [fwr, black on yellow card:] as for the title page; [fwv, bw: blank]

       

Analysis: [1]=tp; 2=Inhalt.; 5–9=Erster Aufzug...No. 1. Ensemble; 10–19=No. 2, Rondo a la Polacca; 13=No. 3. Terzettino; 14–15=No. 4. Romanze vom verliebten Kater Mansor; 16–19=No. 5. Seguidilla a dos; 20–31=No. 6. Terzett; 52–43=No. 7. Finale.; 44–49=Entr'-Akt.; 50–60=Zweiter Aufzug. No. 8. Introduction und Ensemble; 61=No. 9. Ariette; 62–66=No. 10. Arie; 67–70=No. 11. Duett; 71–74=No. 12. Terzett. Finale.; 75–77=Dritter Aufzug...No. 13. Lied mit Chor; 78–82=No. 14. Duett; 83–85=No.15. Terzettino. Canon.; 86–89=No. 16. Arietta.; 90–94=No. 17. Rondo-Terzett.; 95–97=No. 18. Chor.; 97–98=No. 19. Mädchenchor; 99–109=No. 20. Finale (A.); 110–114=No. 21. Finale (B.)

       

Dimensions: 281 x 193 (r=181)

        Watermark: none
        Printer: none identified (probably Oscar Brandstetter, Leipzig)
       

Printing method: lithographed from engraved plates

        Hofmeister: not listed
       

Edition number:  n/a   Plate number: 3042

       

Copies: GB-Lpc (signed and dated in ink on fwr: M v. Miklosich / 9 IV 1889; rubber stamped on fwr and tp:  MORIZ R v. MIKLOSICH / WIEN / VIII. Josefstädterstrasse 11¹

       

The plate number suggests that this arrangement was probably published in early  1889, certainly before April 1889 when the copy described was acquired by its first owner.

No. 2 (Rondo à la Polacca) is printed in C major with the footnote 'Original in D.' on p. 10: in PF it is in D major.

   
 

INDIVIDUAL NUMBERS – No. 2 Rondo à la Polacca

PV21

PRINTED ARRANGEMENT FOR VOICE AND PIANO

    FIRST EDITION – Leipzig, C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, 1888
       

Title Page: not recorded

       

Wrapper: none present

       

Analysis: [1]=tp; 2–5=music; [6]=blank

       

Dimensions: 338 x 270 (r=not recorded)

       

Hofmeister: April 1888

       

Edition number: none  Plate number: 2951

        Copies: D-B 66226
       

This first impression probably used title page C. The music is surrounded by a double-line decorative rectangular border.

   
 

INDIVIDUAL NUMBERS – No. 4 Romanze vom verliebten Kater Mansor

PV41

PRINTED ARRANGEMENT FOR VOICE AND PIANO

   

FIRST EDITION – Leipzig, C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, 1888

       

Title Page: [passepartout title page C:] ...No. 4. Romanze vom verliebten Kater Mansor. Leise weht' es, leise wallte. Sopran...[Pr. M.]_,60...

       

Wrapper: none present

       

Analysis: [1]=tp; [2]=blank; 3–5=music; [6]=advertisement

       

Dimensions: 339 x 270 (r=191)

       

Watermark: none

       

Printer: F.W. Garbrecht’s Nchf. Oscar Brandstetter, Leipzig.

       

Printing method: lithographic transfer from engraved plates

       

Hofmeister: April 1888

       

Edition number: none  Plate number: none

       

Copies: GB-Lpc 2-9200197

       

The music text is enclosed within a double-line decorative rectangular border. The printed text was derived from the original plates of the complete vocal score (PV1), but with a new casting off, a re-spacing of the systems and the inclusion of revisions and corrections in both music and text. These include the addition of an initial tempo marking lacking in PF and PV1: Andante (not included in the scholarly edition).

   
 

INDIVIDUAL NUMBERS – No. 9 Arietta. Höchste Lust ist treues Lieben

PV91

PRINTED ARRANGEMENT FOR VOICE AND PIANO

    FIRST EDITION – Leipzig, C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, 1888
       

Title Page: [passepartout title page C: ...No. 9. Ariette. Höchst Lust ist treues Lieben...[Pr. M.]_,50...]

       

Wrapper: none present

       

Analysis: [1]=tp; 2–3=music; [4]=blank

       

Dimensions: 338 x 270 (r=not recorded)

       

Hofmeister: April 1888

       

Edition number: none  Plate number: 2951

        Copies: D-B 66228
       

This first impression probably used title page C. The music is surrounded by a double-line decorative rectangular border.

   
PT9p2

PRINTED ARRANGEMENT FOR PIANO, 2 HANDS

    FIRST EDITION – Leipzig: Eulenburg, 1888
       

Title Page: [brown on cream:] Eulenburg's / Musikalischer / Haus- und Familienkalendar / [in shield:] 1889. / Herausgegeben / von / Franz Huldschinsky. / Mit Beiträgen / von / Heinrich Erlich, Rudolf von Gottschall, Ludwig Hartmann, / Dr. Adolf Kohut, Martin Krause, August Lesimple, Alexander / Moszkowski, E. Pasqué, Ad. Ruthardt, Paul von Schönthau, / Gust. Schwarzkopf, Heinrich Hoffmann, Th. Koschat, Ch. Lecocq, / Carl Reinecke, Xavier Scharwenka, Hans Sitt, / Arthur Sullivan. / [rule] / Leipzig. / Verlag von Ernst Eulenburg. / [r.h.] C. G. Röder, Leipzig.

       

Boards: [Front board:]

Colour facsimile of the decrotaive front board of the volume

Fig. 1

Eulenburg's Musikalischer Haus- und Familienkalendar 1889

[rear board is blank]

 

       

Analysis: [i–ii]=flyleaf; [iii]=title page; [iv]=copyright note; [1]=contents; [2]=blank; 3–14=calendar; 15–40=stories; 41–64=music; 65–95=essays and reports; 96–98=music; [99–112]=reports

       

Dimensions: 246 x 196 (r=175 [p. 48])

       

Watermark: none

       

Printer: C. G. Röder, Leipzig. [tp]

       

Printing method: letterpress; lithographic transfer from engraved plates

       

Hofmeister: July 1888; November 1888

       

Edition number: none  Plate number: none

       

Copies: GB-Lpc 2-20190114

       

Kahnt licensed the publication of this arrangement for inclusion in Eulenburg's musikalischer Haus- u. Familienkalender für 1889, where it appeared on pp. 48–9. It is an extract from Hans Walter's Klänge, a selection of arrangements of numbers from the opera (see PTSp23):

Colour facsimile of the first page of this edition

Fig. 2

Eulenburg's Musikalischer Haus- und Familienkalendar 1889, p. 48

   
 

INDIVIDUAL NUMBERS – No. 10 Arie der Clarissa

 

PRINTED ARRANGEMENT FOR VOICE AND PIANO

PV101

 

FIRST EDITION – Leipzig, C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, 1888

       

Title Page: [passepartout title page C:] ...No. 10. Arie der Clarissa. Ach wenn das Du doch vermöchst...[Pr. M.]1, _...

       

Wrapper: none present

       

Analysis: [1]=tp; 2–7=music; [8]=advertisement

       

Dimensions: 339 x 270 (r=218)

       

Watermark: none

       

Printer: F.W. Garbrecht’s Nchf. Oscar Brandstetter, Leipzig. [tp]

       

Printing method: lithographic transfer from engraved plates

       

Hofmeister: April 1888

       

Edition number: none  Plate number: none

       

Copies: D-B 66229 (this may be an earlier issue, lacking adverts); GB-Lpc 2-9200199

       

The music text is enclosed within a double decorative rectangular border. The printed text was derived from the original plates of the complete vocal score (PV1), but with a new casting off, a re-spacing of the systems and the inclusion of revisions and corrections, mainly in the punctuation of the text.

   
 

INDIVIDUAL NUMBERS – No. 15 Terzettino. Mädchen ich leide heisse Liebespein

 

PRINTED ARRANGEMENT FOR THREE VOICES AND PIANO

PV151

 

FIRST EDITION  – Leipzig, C.F. Kahnt, 1888

       

Title Page: [passepartout title page D:] ...No. 15. Terzettino. (Canon). Mädchen ich leide heisse Liebespein...[Pr. M.]1, _...

       

Wrapper: none present

       

Analysis: [1]=tp; [2]=blank; 3–7=music; [8]=blank

       

Dimensions: 334 x 271 (r=214)

       

Watermark: none

       

Printer: F.W. Garbrecht’s Nchf. Oscar Brandstetter, Leipzig. [tp]

       

Printing method: lithographic transfer from engraved plates

       

Hofmeister: not listed

       

Edition number: none  Plate number: 2951

       

Copies: D-B 66229; GB-Lpc 2-9200196

       

The music text is enclosed within a double-line decorative rectangular border. The printed text was derived from the original plates of the complete vocal score (PV1), with few changes, mainly in the punctuation of the text.

Footnote on p. 3: 'Diese Nummer steht in der Orchester-Partitur einen Ton höher.' [i.e. the full score is G major not F major].

This number was apparently published after Nos 2, 4, 9, 10 and 16, probably by November 1888: it is not listed on title page type C, but appears below No. 16 on title page types Cb and D.

   
 

INDIVIDUAL NUMBERS – No. 16 Arietta. Ein Mädchen verloren, was macht man sich draus

 

PRINTED ARRANGEMENT FOR VOICE AND PIANO

PV161   FIRST EDITION – Leipzig, C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, 1888
       

Hofmeister: April 1888

        Copies: none located
       

This first impression probably used title page C.

   

PV162

 

FIRST EDITION, LATER ISSUE – Leipzig, C.F. Kahnt, [c. 1917/18]

       

Title Page: [passepartout title page C:] ...No. 16. Ariette. Ein Mädchen verloren, was macht man sich draus...[Pr. M.]1, _...

       

Wrapper: none present

       

Analysis: [1]=tp; 2–7=music; [8]=advertisement, a variant of Kahnt advert Ba (see the notes below)

       

Dimensions: 340 x 270 (r=221)

       

Watermark: none

       

Printer: Stich u. Druck v. Oscar Brandstetter, Leipzig. [p. 7]

       

Printing method: lithographic transfer from engraved plates

       

Edition number: none  Plate number: 2951

       

Copies: D-B 66231 (this may be a copy of the first impression); GB-Lpc 2-9200198; 2-9200200 (ex coll. Professor Sophie Kierner); 2-9200201

       

The music text is enclosed within a single-line rectangular border. The printed text was derived from the original plates of the complete vocal score (PV1), with few changes, mainly in the punctuation of the text.

The advert on p. [8] is a variant of type Ba used for some issues of the Mahler songs published by Kahnt: the prices on the Drei Pintos off-print are slightly higher.

   
 

INDIVIDUAL NUMBERS – Zwischenaktmusik

PFE

PRINTED FULL SCORES

    FIRST EDITION, D major – Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, 1888
       

Title Page: none present. Heading on p. 1: Die drei Pintos. / Komische Oper in 3 Aufzügen. / Zwischenaktmusik

       

Wrapper: none present

       

Analysis: 1–16=music

       

Dimensions: 334 x 266 (r=245)

        Watermark: C F KAHNT NACHF. LEIPZIG [runs horizontally across the sheet]
        Printer: not listed
       

Printing method: Lithographic transfer from writing

       

Hofmeister: November 1888

       

Edition number: none  Plate number: 7837

       

Copies: GB-Lbl h.1767.f.5 (bound volume; maroon stamp: 27 [??] 58.); US-NYp *MTC [consulted  c. 1985]

       

The GB-Lbl copy has been marked up for performance and partially re-orchestrated in pencil, red pencil and red ink (the latter rather neater and often overwriting annotations in lead or red pencil). The use of watermarked paper may indicate a late issue.

   
 

PRINTED ORCHESTRAL PARTS

POE

 

FIRST EDITION – Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt Nachforlger, [1917]

       

Make-up of set: 24 parts: fl 1–2; ob 1–2; cl in BGraphic representing a flat sign 1–2; bsn 1–2; hn 1–4; tpt in F 1–2; trb 1–3 (3=tuba); timp; tr; vn 1; vn 2; vla; vcl; db

       

Dimensions: not recorded

       

Watermark: not recorded

       

Printer: not recorded

       

Printing method: lithographic transfer from writing

       

Hofmeister: not listed

       

Edition number: n/a  Plate number: none

       

Copies: US-NYph 571 [lacks Pos 1–2] (an unused set)

         
PEmm

PRINTED ARRANGEMENT FOR MILITARY BAND

    FIRST EDITION – Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, 1888
       

Hofmeister: November 1888

        Copies: none located
       

The make-up of the performing material is not specified in the Hofmeister entry, but it may not have included a full score.

         
PEso

PRINTED ARRANGEMENT FOR SALON ORCHESTRA

    FIRST EDITION – Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt, 1925
       

Hofmeister: November 1925

        Copies: none located
       

The make-up of the performing material is not specified in the Hofmeister entry, but it may not have included a full score. The arrangement was by M. Uhl.

   
 

SELECTIONS

 

PRINTED SELECTIONS FOR PIANO, 2 HANDS

PTSp21   FIRST EDITION – Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, 1888
       

Title: [Black on cream paper = type C:] ...Melodieenstrauss I. für Pianoforte zu zwei Händen. (leicht)...[Pr. M.] 1,50...

       

Wrapper: none present

       

Analysis: [1]=tp; 2–15=music (see contents); [16]=adverts

       

Contents: [No. 13] Schmücket die Halle – [No. 16] (Ambrosio) La, la, la, la – [No. 4] (Inez) Kater Mansor – [No. 15] Canon – [No. 9] Höchst ist treues Lieben – [No. 16] (Ambrosio) Ein Mädchen verloren – [No. 20] 1. Finale des III Actes.

       

Dimensions: 340 x 270 (r=not recorded)

        Watermark: not recorded
        Printer: F.W. Garbrecht’s Nchf. Oscar Brandstetter, Leipzig. [tp]
       

Printing method: Lithographic transfer from engraved plates

       

Hofmeister: April 1888

       

Edition number: none  Plate number: 2975

        Copies: D-B 66232
       

Listed in Hofmeister as 'Potpourri f. Pfte nach motiven der Oper „Die drei Pintos“... No. 1, 2'; on the title pages of other publications of music from the opera, the title is given as above; no arranger is identified.

   
PTSp22   FIRST EDITION – Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, 1888
       

Title: [Black on cream paper = type C:] ...Melodieenstrauss II. für Pianoforte zu zwei Händen. [(leicht)]...[Pr. M.] 1,50...

       

Wrapper: none present

       

Analysis: [1]=tp; 2–19=music (see contents); [20]=advert

       

Contents: [No. 12] Terzett Geschwind nur von hier hinein – [No. 7] Aus dem Terzett „Bravo, bravo...‟ – [No. 10] Arie der Clarissa – [No. 3] Terzettino – [No. 17] Rondo – Terzett – [No. 7] Schlusschor des I. Actes – [No. 21] Finale des III Actes.

       

Dimensions: 340 x 270 (r=not recorded)

        Watermark: not recorded
        Printer: F.W. Garbrecht’s Nchf. Oscar Brandstetter, Leipzig. [tp]
       

Printing method: Lithographic transfer from engraved plates

       

Hofmeister: April 1888

       

Edition number: none  Plate number: 2976

        Copies: D-B 66232
       

Listed in Hofmeister as 'Potpourri f. Pfte nach motiven der Oper „Die drei Pintos“... No. 1, 2'; on the title pages of other publications of music from the opera, the title is given as above; no arranger is identified.

   
PTSp23   FIRST EDITION – Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, 1888
       

Title page: [blue on cream paper = type E:] Klänge / aus der komischen Oper / Die drei Pintos / von / C.M. v. Weber. / [rule] / für Pianoforte zu zwei Händen / arrangiert von / Hans Walter. / Preis M. 1,50. / [rule] / Eigenthum des Verlegers für alle Länder. / Leipzig, C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger. / Ferner sind folgende Arrangements erschienen: / ... / Lith Anst. v. W. Benicke, Leipzig.

       

Wrapper: none present

       

Analysis: [1]=tp; 2–13=music (see contents); [24]=adverts

       

Contents: [No. 2] Rondo à la Polacca – [No. 4] Romanze von verliebten Kater Mansor – [No. 10] Arie der Clarissa – [No. 16] Ein Mädchen verloren – [No. 18] Chor: Habt ihr es schon vernommen – [15] Canon – [9] Höchst ist treues Lieben – [No. 7] Was wir lieben Schlusschor des 1. Actes.

       

Dimensions: 338 x 270 (r=not recorded)

        Watermark: not recorded
        Printer: Lith Anst. v. W. Benicke, Leipzig. [tp]
       

Printing method: Lithographic transfer from engraved plates

       

Hofmeister: November 1888

       

Edition number: n/a  Plate number: 2986

        Copies: D-B 49051
       

It is worth noting that this publication was not printed by Brandstetter.

   
 

PRINTED SELECTIONS FOR PIANO, 4 HANDS

PTSp4   FIRST EDITION – Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, 1888
       

Title page: [Black on cream paper = type C:] ...Melodieenstrauss III. für Pianoforte zu vier Händen. [(leicht)]...[Pr. M.] 2,_...

       

Wrapper: none present

       

Analysis: [1]=tp; 2–23=music (see contents); [24]=adverts

       

Contents: [No. 13] Schmücket die Halle – [No. 16] (Ambrosio) La, la, la, la – [No. 4] (Inez) Kater Mansor – [No. 15] Canon – [No. 9] Höchst ist treues Lieben – [No. 16] (Ambrosio) Ein Mädchen verloren – [No. 20] 1. Finale des III Actes.

       

Dimensions: 340 x 270 (r=not recorded)

        Watermark: not recorded
        Printer: F.W. Garbrecht’s Nchf. Oscar Brandstetter, Leipzig. [tp]
       

Printing method: Lithographic transfer from engraved plates

       

Hofmeister: April 1888

       

Edition number: none  Plate number: 2977

        Copies: D-B 66232
       

Listed in Hofmeister as 'Potpourri f. Pfte zu 4 Hdn nach motiven der Oper „Die drei Pintos“; on the title pages of other publications of music from the opera, the title is given as above; no arranger is identified.

   
PTSvp   FIRST EDITION – Leipzig, 1888
     

Title Page: [Black on cream paper = type D:] ...Beliebte Stücke, für Violine u. Pianoforte arr. v. Prof. Friedrich Hermann ... [Pr. M.] 2,_... [with Aufführungsrecht vorbehalten rubber stamped over the publisher's imprint]

       

Wrappers: not recorded

       

Analysis:

Score, Heft I: [1]=tp; [2]=blank; 3–4=No. 1. Kater Mansor; 5–9=No. 2 Rondo; 10–17=No. 3. Canon-Ariette-Duet, [18]=adverts

Score, Heft II: [1]=tp; [2]=blank; 3–6=No. 4. Seguidilla; 7–14=No. 5. Terzett; 15–17=No. 6. Finale des ersten Acts, zweite Hälfte; [18]=adverts

Score, Heft III: [1]=tp; 2–10=No. 7. Motive aus dem Zweiten Act; 11–15=No. 8. Finale des ersten Acts, erste Hälfte; [16]=adverts

Violin part, Heft I: [1]=No. 1. Kater Mansor; 2–3=No. 2 Rondo; 4–5=No. 3. Canon-Ariette-Duet, [6]=blank

Violin part, Heft II: [1]=blank; 2–5=No. 4. Seguidilla; 6=No. 6. Finale des ersten Acts, zweite Hälfte; 7–14=No. 5. Terzett;

Violin part, Heft III: 1–3=No. 7. Motive aus dem Zweiten Act; 4–5=No. 8. Finale des ersten Acts, erste Hälfte; [6]=blank

       

Dimensions: 338 x 270 (r=not recorded)

        Watermark: not recorded
        Printer: F.W. Garbrecht’s Nchf. Oscar Brandstetter, Leipzig. [tp]
       

Printing method: lithographed from engraved plates

        Hofmeister: not listed
       

Edition number:  n/a   Plate number: vol. I: 2983; vol. II: 2984; vol. III: 2985

       

Copies: D-B 49052,1(–2)

         
 

PRINTED SELECTIONS FOR MILITARY BAND

PSmm   FIRST EDITION – Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, 1888
       

Hofmeister: November 1888

        Copies: none located
       

Listed as 'Melodienstrauss für Militärmusik'; no arranger is identified and the make-up of the performing material is not recorded in the Hofmeister entry, but it may not have included a full score.

   
   
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