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Albert Heinrich Zabel
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organ and solo treble instrument — collection — General
Composed by Cesar Auguste Franck (1822-1890) and Albert Zabel. Arranged by Albert Zabel. Instrumental Solo, Flexible Instrumental Solo Collection, Classical Transcription. Catholic Year C All Saints Day; Catholic Year A All Saints Day. General. Collection. MorningStar Music Publishers #20-945. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.20-945).
Solemn Processional (from Solemn Entrance of the Knights of the Order of St. John) — Richard Strauss
Organ, Brass Quartet, optional Timpani — score — Easter
Composed by Richard Strauss (1864-1949) and Albert Zabel. Arranged by Albert Zabel. Classical Transcription. Easter. Score. MorningStar Music Publishers #20-930. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.20-930).
harp-piano — Score & Part —
Composed by Albert Zabel. Harp & Other Instruments. Score & Part. 60 pages. Lauren Publications #LAU073. Published by Lauren Publications (PE.LAU073).
Orchestra — Score Only — Contemporary Music
For Orchestra - Partitura. Composed by Frank Zabel. Contemporary Music. Score Only. Composed 2008. Ricordi #NR 13986700. Published by Ricordi (BT.NR-13986700).
Harpsichord — Book Only —
W65/7, H16 - Second Revised Edition. By Albert Brussee. By Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788). Book Only. Albert Brussee #BRUII-15. Published by Albert Brussee (BT.BRUII-15).
Organ, Brass Quartet, optional Timpani — — Sacred, Easter
From Solemn Entrance of the Knights of the Order of St. John. Composed by Richard Strauss (1864-1949). Arranged by Albert Zabel. Sacred, Easter. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MQ.20-930-E).
3 octave handbells — director's score and string quartet parts —
Composed by Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713). Arranged by Albert Zabel. Director's score and string quartet parts. Published by Flagstaff Publishing (JF.MFLHB370).
5 octave handbells — handbell part —
Composed by Edward Elgar (1857-1934). Arranged by Albert Zabel. Handbell part. Published by Flagstaff Publishing (JF.MFLHB335).
— Director/Organ Score — Christmas, Sacred
Composed by George Frideric Handel (1685-1759). Arranged by Jr. and Albert Zabel. Christmas, Sacred. Director/Organ Score. 8 pages. Duration 8 minutes. Hope Publishing Company #2361DDP. Published by Hope Publishing Company (H1.2361DDP).
— Instrumental Parts — Christmas, Sacred
Composed by George Frideric Handel (1685-1759). Arranged by Jr. and Albert Zabel. Christmas, Sacred. Instrumental Parts. 34 pages. Hope Publishing Company #2361PDP. Published by Hope Publishing Company (H1.2361PDP).
- Am Springbrunnen (The Fountain) Op.23
- Marguerite at the Spinning Wheel
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- La source/Am springbrunnen op. 23
- La chanson des pecheurs: barcarolle op. 24
- Marguerite au rouet op. 19
- Marguerite douloureuse au rouet op. 26
- Concert in c minor op. 35
- Reve d’amour op. 21
- Ballade in drei episoden op. 20
- Legende: morceau fantastique op. 18
- Warum: fragment op. 28
- Elegie fantastique op. 11
- Le desir: romance op. 17
- Moment hereux: romance op. 17
- La capriccieuse op. 32
- Entr’act du ballet "Rokhsana" op. 32
- Demande et reponse: romance op. 37
Zabel spent most of his career in Russia, at the courts of the Russian Tsars and teaching at the conservatory of St. Petersburg. A great harpist, he founded the Russian school of harp playing. The works that are most well known by harpists today are his "Methode für Harfe", excellent for training beautiful tone production, further his virtuosic tone study "Am Springbrunnen" op. 23 and his concerto for harp in C-minor (op. 35). They are most commonly encountered in the advanced stages of learning the instrument, but are rewarding, romantic pieces in their own right. He died in St. Petersburg in 1910. (contribution by <email@example.com>)
Zabel toured Germany, Russa and England and went to America with Josef Gung’l and his orchestra in 1848. He was also harpist in the Royal Opera House in Berlin, as well as in the orchestra of the St. Peterburg Imperial Ballet until his death. (contribution by Stanley Goscombe <firstname.lastname@example.org>)