Kanonische Rätsel, Op. 42

Kanonische Rätsel, Op. 42, is a canon for piano 4 hands by Feliz Draeseke. He composed the piece in 1888 and it was first published the same year in Leipzig by Fr. Kistner. Its six movements have an aproximate performance time of 12 minutes.

This piece contains the following parts:

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Kanonische Rätsel, Op. 42 - I. Introduction (For 4 Violins and 4 Cellos - Jones)
Kanonische Rätsel, Op. 42 - II. Kleines Geplänkel (For 4 Violins and 4 Cellos - Jones)
Kanonische Rätsel, Op. 42 - III. Versöhnung (For 4 Violins and 4 Cellos - Jones)
Kanonische Rätsel, Op. 42 - IV. Marsch (For 4 Violins and 4 Cellos - Jones)
Kanonische Rätsel, Op. 42 - V. Traumseligkeit (For 4 Violins and 4 Cellos - Jones)
Kanonische Rätsel, Op. 42 - VI. Siesta (For 4 Violins and 4 Cellos - Jones)
Composer Form Instrument Period
Felix Draeseke Canon Piano 4 hands Romantic

Felix Draeseke

Felix August Bernhard Draeseke was a composer of the "New German School" admiring Liszt and Richard Wagner. He wrote compositions in most ...
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