Johannes Palaschko

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Johannes Palaschko
Born(1877-07-13)July 13, 1877
DiedOctober 21, 1932(1932-10-21) (aged 55)
Berlin
Alma materBerlin Hochschule für Musik
Spouse(s)Martha Jürgens

Johannes Palaschko (13 July 1877 in Berlin – 21 October 1932 in Berlin) was a German composer, violinist and violist who wrote numerous works for both violin and viola.[1] He became a violin student of Joseph Joachim in 1891, concurrently studying music theory with Ernst Eduard Taubert and composition with Heinrich von Herzogenberg.[2] In 1899 he graduated from the Berlin Hochschule für Musik.[1][3] In 1913 he became Director of the Böttscher Conservatory in Berlin; that same year he married Martha Jürgens.[3]

Many of his viola etudes are still in print; he published 480 violin etudes and 217 viola etudes. He also published 178 works for violin and piano.[3]

Works[edit]

A listing by opus number is found in the German version of this article.

Keyboard

  • Op. 29: Postludium. C moll [Postludium. C Minor]. Organ. Leipzig: C. F. Kahnt, ca. 1901.
  • Op. 60: Ballet Music. Piano. Philadelphia: T. Presser, 1923.
  • Op. 67: Rondoletto. Piano. London: Alfred Lengnick & Co., 1924.

Viola Etudes

  • Op. 36: 20 Etüden für Viola zur Förderung der Technik und des Vortrags [20 Etudes for Viola for Developing Technic and Artistry]. Viola. Leipzig: Kistner, 1905.
  • Op. 44: 10 Künstler Etüden [10 Artist Studies]. Viola. Leipzig: Zimmermann, 1907.
  • Op. 49: 10 Viola-Studien für vorgerückte Spieler [10 Studies for Advanced Violists]. Viola. Heilbronn: Schmidt, 1910.
  • Op. 55: 12 Studien [12 Studies]. Viola. Leipzig: Steingräber, 1912.
  • Op. 62: 12 Studi [12 Studies]. Viola. Milan: Ricordi, 1923, ripristino 1956.
  • Op. 66: 15 Studien [15 Studies]. Viola. Mainz: Schott, 1926.
  • Op. 70: 15 Studi [15 Studies]. Viola. Milan: Ricordi, 1926.
  • Op. 77: 24 Études Mélodiques [24 Melodic Studies]. Viola. Paris: Leduc, 1927.
  • Op. 86: 24 leichte melodische Viola-Studien [24 Easy Melodic Viola Studies]. Viola. Mainz/Leipzig: Schott, 1930. 1-16 are in 1st position, 17-24 are in 1st and 3rd position.
  • Op. 87: 25 studi facili e melodici [25 Easy Melodic Studies]. Viola (1st and 3rd Position). Milan: Ricordi, 1928.
  • Op. 92: Melodische Etüden [Melodic Studies]. Viola and (Optional) Piano. Berlin: Simrock, 1929. Published in 2 volumes: Vol. 1: 1-12, Vol. 2: 13-25. These works are much more complete with the piano part.
  • Op. 96: 25 Melodische Studien [25 Melodic Studies]. Viola. Leipzig: Merseburger, 1930.

Viola and Piano

  • Op. 92: Melodische Etüden [Melodic Studies]. Viola and (Optional) Piano. Berlin: Simrock, 1929. Published in 2 volumes: Vol. 1: 1-12, Vol. 2: 13-25. These works are much more complete with the piano part.

Violin Etudes and Solo Pieces

  • Op. 14: 6 Concert-Etüden. 6 mehrstimmige Studien [6 Concert Etudes. 6 Doublestop Studies]. Violin. Leipzig: Rahter, 1900.
  • Op. 23: Suite (4 movements). Violin. Berlin: Bote & Bock, 1899.
  • Op. 43: 15 Etüden [15 Etudes]. Violin (1st Position). Leipzig: Kistner, 1907.
  • Op. 45: 14 leicht-Übungsstücke [14 Easy Study Pieces]. Violin (1st Position). Leipzig: Zimmermann, 1908.
  • Op. 46: 16 Übungsstücke für Violine mit Benutzung der 1. und 3. Position (Fortsetzung zu Op. 45) [16 Study Pieces for Violin with the Use of 1st and 3rd Position (Continuation of Op. 45)]. Leipzig: Zimmermann, 1908.
  • Op. 48: 10 Studien für Violine in der II., IV. und VI. Position [10 Studies for Violin in 2nd, 4th and 6th Position]. Violin. Berlin: Ries & Erler, 1909.
  • Op. 51: 18 Elementar-Studien [18 Elementary Studies]. Violin (1st Position). Leipzig: Steingräber, 1911.
  • Op. 58: 26 Studien [26 Studies]. Violin. Leipzig: Steingräber, 1919.
  • Op. 71: 18 Studi di Posizione [18 Position Studies]. Violin (1st to 6th Position). Milan: Ricordi, 1926.
  • Op. 73: 20 studi facili [20 Easy Studies]. Violin (1st Position). Milan: Ricordi, 1926.
  • Op. 75: 25 Études mélodiques; sur la 4e corde [25 Melodic Etudes on the G String]. Violin. Paris: Leduc, 1928.
  • Op. 76: 50 Melodische Violin-Etüden für die Elementar- und Mittelstufe [50 Melodic Violin Etudes for Elementary and Intermediate Level]. Violin. Mainz: Schott 1421-1423, 1928. In 3 volumes: Vol. 1: 1-18 in 1st Position, Vol. 2: 19-34 in 1st and 3rd Position, Vol. 3: 35-50 in 1st, 3rd and 5th Position.
  • Op. 78: 25 Études Mélodiques sur la 4e corde [25 Melodic Etudes on the G String]. Violin. Paris: Leduc, 1928.
  • Op. 82: 24 studi melodici per violino sulla corda di sol [24 Melodic Studies for Violin on the G String]. Milan: Ricordi, 1928.
  • Op. 84: 24 leichte melodische Etuden für Violine in allen Dur- und Molltonarten [24 Easy Melodic Studies in All Major and Minor Keys]. Violin (1st Position). London: Schott, 1928. Published in 2 volumes.
  • Op. 85: 24 studi; facili e melodici, in tutte le tonalita maggiori e minori [24 Easy Melodious Studies in All Major and Minor Keys]. Violin (1st Position). Milan: Ricordi, 1928.
  • Op. 90: 25 Melodious Studies for Obtaining a Beautiful Tone on the Violin. London: Schott, 1928.
  • Op. 91: 24 studi melodici per il conseguimento di un bel suono sul violino [24 Melodious Studies for Obtaining a Beautiful Tone on the Violin]. Milan: Ricordi, 1929.
  • Op. 94: 30 études mélodiques: pour obtenir un beau son au violon [30 Melodic Studies: for Obtaining a Beautiful Tone on the Violin]. Violin. Paris: Leduc, 1930.
  • Op. 95: 26 Melodische Etüden für die G-Saite der Violine [26 Melodic Studies for the G String of the Violin]. Violin. Mainz: Schott, 1930.
  • Op. 97: Libro di melodie. 30 pezzi facili [Book of Melodies. 30 Easy Pieces]. Violin (1st and 3rd Position). Milan: Ricordi, 1930.
  • Op. 98: Album de la jeunesse: 30 pièces in 2 volumes [Album for the Young: 30 Pieces in 2 Volumes]. Violin. Paris: Leduc, 1931. Published in 2 volumes: Vol. 1: 1-15, Vol. 2: 16-30.

Violin and Piano

  • Op. 2: 2 Lieder ohne Worte [2 Songs without Words]. Violin and Piano. Berlin: Bote & Bock, 1895.
  • Op. 3: Stimmungen: 6 Stücke [Moods: 6 Pieces]. Violin and Piano. Berlin: Ries & Erler, 1893.
  • Op. 10: 4 Lieder ohne Worte [4 Songs without Words]. Violin and Piano. Berlin: Bote & Bock, 1894.
  • Op. 15: Lose Blätter: 8 kleine Stimmungsbilder [Loose Leaves: 8 Little Mood Pictures]. Violin and Piano. Berlin: Ries & Erler, 1897.
  • Op. 17: 3 Stücke [3 Pieces]. Violin and Piano. Boston: B. F. Wood Music, 1897.
  • Op. 20: 3 Stücke [3 Pieces]. Violin and Piano. Berlin: Ries & Erler, 1898.
  • Op. 22: Hexentanz [Witches Dance]. Violin and Piano. Berlin: Bote & Bock, 1899.
  • Op. 24: 2 Stücke [2 Pieces]. Violin and Piano. Berlin: Plothow, 1899.
  • Op. 25: 6 Bagatellen [6 Bagatelles]. Violin (1st Position) and Piano. Berlin: Plothow, 1899.
  • Op. 26: 5 leichte Stücke [5 Easy Pieces]. Violin (1st Position) and Piano. Leipzig: Kistner, 1900.
  • Op. 28: Miniaturen, 8 leichte Stücke [Miniatures, 8 Easy Pieces]. Violin (1st Position) and Piano. Leipzig: Rahter, 1900.
  • Op. 31: 6 Bagatellen [6 Bagatelles]. Violin (1st Position) and Piano. Leipzig: A. P. Schmidt, 1901.
  • Op. 32: 4 Stücke [4 Pieces]. Violin and Piano. Copenhagen: Wilhelm Hansen, 1904.
  • Op. 33: Tonbilder. 5 Stücke [Tonepoems. 5 Pieces]. Violin and Piano. Leipzig: Kistner, 1903.
  • Op. 38: Melodienreihe. 8 leichte Stücke [Song Cycle. 8 Easy Pieces]. Violin (1st Position) and Piano. Leipzig: Kistner, 1905.
  • Op. 41: Aquarellen. 5 leichte Tonstücke [Water Colors. 5 Easy Tone Pieces]. Violin and Piano. Leipzig: C. F. Kahnt, 1906.
  • Op. 42: Skizzen. 4 Stücke [Sketches. 4 Pieces]. Violin (1st Position) and Piano. Leipzig: Kistner, 1906.
  • Op. 50: Albumblätter: 3 Stücke [Albumleaves: 3 Pieces]. Violin (1st and 3rd Position) and Piano. Leipzig: Zimmermann, 1909.
  • Op. 52: Arabesken. 6 mittelschwere Stücke [Arabesques. 6 Moderately Difficult Pieces]. Violin and Piano. Leipzig: Steingräber, 1911.
  • Op. 53: Stimmungsbilder. 6 Vortragsstücke [Mood Pictures. 6 Concert Pieces]. Violin and Piano. Leipzig: Rahter, 1911.
  • Op. 61: Jungend-Album. 10 leichte Stückchen [Album for the Young. 10 Easy Little Pieces]. Violin (1st Position) and Piano. Leipzig: Zimmermann, 1919.
  • Op. 63: Libro d’immagini, Dieci piccoli pezzi [Picture Book. Ten Little Pieces]. Violin (1st Position) and Piano. Milan: Ricordi, 1923.
  • Op. 64: 12 Various Sketches. Violin and Piano. London: Schott, 1923.
  • Op. 65: Für die Jungend. 12 leichte Stücke [For the Young. 12 Easy Pieces]. Violin (1st Position) and Piano. Leipzig: Bosworth, 1926. The German Edition has 12 pieces published in two volumes—1-6 and 7-12. Piratenzug [March of the Pirates] is #6 in this set.
  • Op. 65: For the Young. Ten Easy Pieces. Violin (1st Position) and Piano. New York: Bosworth, 1924. This is the same music as the German edition listed above, but published as sheet music in 10 parts. (The 12 pieces from the German edition are numbered: 1a/1b, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7a/7b, 8, 9 and 10.) March of the Pirates is #5 in this set.
  • Op. 79: 9 piéces mélodiques [9 Melodic compositions]. Violin and Piano. Paris: Leduc, 1927. Published in 3 parts: 1-3, 4-6, 7-9.
  • Op. 81: Für die junge Welt [For Young People]. 10 moderately easy pieces. Violin and Piano. London: Schott, 1928.
  • Op. 83: Décameron mélodique: 10 pièces faciles [Melodic Tales: 10 Easy Pieces]. Violin (1st Position) and Piano. London: Schott & Co., 1928.

Chamber Works

  • Op. 34: 2 Phantasiestücke [2 Fantasy Pieces]. 2 Violins and Piano. Leipzig: Kistner, 1904.
  • Op. 39: 5 Characterstücke [5 Character Pieces]. 3 Violins. Leipzig: Bosworth, 1905.
  • Op. 59: Kinder-Symphonie [Children’s Symphony]. Piano, 2 Violins, Cello and 7 Children's Instruments (Cuckoo in E/C#, Quail in E, Trumpet in A, Triangle, Ratchet, Drum and Cymbal). Leipzig: Zimmermann, ca. 1920.
  • Op. 88: Acquarelli. 6 pezzi [Watercolors. 6 Pieces]. 2 Violins and Piano. Milan: Ricordi, 1929.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Riemann, Hugo (1959). Musiklexikon. Mainz: Schott. p. 361.
  2. ^ Frick, Friedrich (2009). Kleines biographisches Lexikon der Violinisten : vom Anfang des Violinspiels bis zum Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts. Norderstedt: Books on Demand. p. 366. ISBN 9783837039078.
  3. ^ a b c Müller von Asow, Erich Hermann (1929). Deutsches Musiker-Lexikon. Dresden: W. Limpert.

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