Grand Trio PW10026 Franciszek Lessel Op. 4 Piano, Clarinet and Horn PWM
We are restoring to Polish music a youthful work by Franciszek Lessel ''Grand Trio'' pour le Piano Forte avec Clarinette et Cor Composé et dedié a mon Pere par Francois Lessel. Oeuvre IV - published in Vienna c. 1806 by Joseph Eder (publication number 329) - not mentioned in present-day bibliographies of his works, even among lost opus numbers. Lessel was Joseph Haydn's pupil at that time and it is very evident in the score of the work. The fate of the extant, unique copy is not known. The name Golejewski, written in black ink on the title page, may suggest that the print might have been the property of the 19th century Polish composer, bearing this name, who wrote, among other pieces, ''Trois nocturnes'' pour la Clarinette avec accomp. de piano, op. 4, published in Berlin, by Schlesinger (c. 1862). In present times, the work was performed in the sixties during a concert of the chamber class of the Academy of Music in Warsaw, and reached my hands owing to the kindness of one of its then performers, the clarinettist Czesław Pałkowski. [Adam Mrygoń]
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