[Hoboken XXI:2, arr.]. Die Schöpfung Oratorium... Clavierauszug zu zwei Händen ohne Worte. Pr. 2 Thlr. 15 Ngr. [Piano reduction without words]. Joseph HAYDN.

[Hoboken XXI:2, arr.]. Die Schöpfung Oratorium... Clavierauszug zu zwei Händen ohne Worte. Pr. 2 Thlr. 15 Ngr. [Piano reduction without words]

Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel [PN 7682], [ca. 1849]. Folio. Original publisher's gray printed wrappers. [1] (title), 2-67, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Text incipits (in German) as captions; text underlay in the initial recitative. Small publisher's handstamp to foot of title. Publisher's catalogue to verso of lower wrapper: "Friedrich Kalkbrenner's Pianoforte-Werke" listing works up to op. 190 (1849).

With handstamps of "C. Breusing New York 701 Broadway" and "Horace Middleton South Millbrook, N.Y." to upper wrapper and title.

Wrappers slightly stained and partially detached; minor loss to head of spine. Title detached.

A later arrangement. Not in Hoboken Haydn catalogue, WorldCat, or RISM.

The company of Charles Breusing, New York, was active from 1854 to 1861.

Horace Middleton (1879-1961) was a British-born musician who served on the faculty of Bennett College from 1919 to the mid-1930s. He was best known for the music he composed for the Greek plays performed at the college. See obituary, Millbrook Round Table, November 23, 1961. Item #25485

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