Edward elgar salut d amour op 12
Elgar Salut damour Op12 - cello and piano - urtext - score and parts - ( HN 1189 ) by Edward ElgarSalut dAmour Opus 12, for Cello and Pianoby Edward ElgarEdited by Rupert Marshall-LuckFingering of piano part by Rolf KoenenSupplementary cello part marked by Claus KanngiesserThis G Henle Verlag URTEXT edition includes both the 1888 and 1899 versions of the piece. It contains two cello parts for each, one of each with fingerings and bowings, and one of each intentionally left without. It also includes the piano score for both the 1888 and 1899 revisions, with scholarly preface and comments, which explain the differences between the 1888 and 1899 revisions and the history of the piece.Difficulty: A4 (Intermediate)
Edward Elgar - Salut d'amour, Op. 12
While on holiday in Settle, Edward reciprocated by writing a short piece of music for her, which he called Liebesgruss Love's Greeting. The work carried the dedication "To Carice" , a contraction of his future wife's forenames Caroline Alice with which they subsequently christened their daughter.
Cello ad lib. Viola ad lib. Complete Score "Pansies", No. This is a critical edition showing editorial marks as found in both the original piano score and the separate violin part based on Schott's plate I partially reused the engraving files provided by Cypressdome. Salut d'amour, Op.