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Sheet music for Woldemar Bargiel
Concert Band — Score and Parts — Concert, Contest
Composed by Woldemar Bargiel Op. 38. Arranged by John R. Bourgeois. Bourgeois Series. The German composer Woldemar Bargiel was the half-brother of Clara Schumann and composed a significant amount of chamber music. Concert, Contest. Score and Parts. Wingert-Jones Publications #3018371. Published by Wingert-Jones Publications (WJ.3018371).
Concert Band — Score — Concert, Contest
Composed by Woldemar Bargiel Op. 38. Arranged by John R. Bourgeois. Bourgeois Series. The German composer Woldemar Bargiel was the half-brother of Clara Schumann and composed a significant amount of chamber music. Concert, Contest. Score. Wingert-Jones Publications #3018372. Published by Wingert-Jones Publications (WJ.3018372).
cello, orchestra — piano reduction — Romantic
Composed by Woldemar Bargiel (1828-1897). Edited by Joachim Draheim. Edition Breitkopf. Bargiel's Adagio Op. 38 for cello and orchestra enjoyed an extraordinary popularity at the beginning of the 20th century and was published in many editions for various solo instruments and piano. Romantic. Piano reduction. Breitkopf and Haertel #EB-8552. Published by Breitkopf and Haertel (BR.EB-8552).
Cello, Piano Accompaniment — Softcover — Classical
Violoncello and Piano. Composed by Woldemar Bargiel (1828-1897). String. Classical. Softcover. 16 pages. Sikorski #SIK1666. Published by Sikorski (HL.50490136).
Piano — Book Only —
Composed by Woldemar Bargiel (1828-1897). Book Only. Edward Schuberth & Co #JSCH215. Published by Edward Schuberth & Co (BT.JSCH215).
— Piano Solo — Classical
Composed by Woldemar Bargiel (1828-1897). Arranged by Monika Twelsiek. Classical. Piano Solo. 1 pages. Published by Hal Leonard - Digital Sheet Music (HX.370148).
Violin solo — score —
C. 1800. Composed by Michel Woldemar. This edition: Facsimile. Collection FacsiMusic. Score. Published by Anne Fuzeau Productions - France (FZ.50130).
Wagner: Lohengrin — Siegfried Vogel; Peter Hofmann; Karan Armstrong; Leif Roar; Elizabeth Connell; Bernd Weikl; Choir & Orchestra of Bayreuther Festspiele; Woldemar Nelsson
— 3 listening CDs — Classical
By Siegfried Vogel; Peter Hofmann; Karan Armstrong; Leif Roar; Elizabeth Connell; Bernd Weikl; Choir & Orchestra of Bayreuther Festspiele; Woldemar Nelsson. By Richard Wagner (1813-1883). Sony - Naxos Exclusive. Classical. 3 listening CDs. Published by Sony Music Entertainment (NX.88697527342).
SATB Choir a cappella — Score Only —
275 chorales in old keys. Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Arranged by Woldemar Bargiel. Score Only. 42 pages. Bote und Bock #SCHBB5401131. Published by Bote und Bock (BT.SCHBB5401131).
SATB Choir a cappella — Score Only —
275 chorales in old keys. Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Arranged by Woldemar Bargiel. Score Only. 36 pages. Bote und Bock #SCHBB5401134. Published by Bote und Bock (BT.SCHBB5401134).
Complete Works for Piano
- Op. 8 Drei Characterstücke
- Op. 31 Suite G min. The finale is particularly reminiscent of Mendelssohn
- Op. 32 8 Pianofortestücke
- Op. 34 Sonata C maj
- Op. 41 8 Pianofortestücke
- Op. 44 Impromptu
- Op. 45 Etude & Toccata
He also wrote sonatas for violin and piano and piano duet.
Other works include an octet for strings, 2 trios for piano and strings, 3 orchestral overtures, a symphony and various choral works.
He was step-brother to Clara Schumann, his mother being the divorced wife of Friedrich Wieck. As a child he was taught to play piano, violin and organ and taught counterpoint by Siegfried Dehn. At the age of 18, on the advice of his brother-in-law, Robert Schumann, he studied for 2 years at the Leipzig Conservatory, where his teachers included Moscheles and Gade, and where Mendelssohn was principle. He returned to Berlin in 1850, where he remained teaching and composing. In 1859 he was appointed Professor at the Cologne Conservatory. 1865 he became Kapellmeister and director of the School of Music in Rotterdam. 1874 he moved to the Königliche Hochschule für Musik in Berlin as Professor of Composition, the director at the time being Josef Joachim. His compositions were all technically well written, but lack personality and are conservative in idiom. Despite some respect during the XIX century, he was probably described best by Hugo Riemann who observed that in Bargiel the Romantic Movement had reached the ranks of the Academicians.