Csók Keringő. Luigi ARDITI.
KOVALTSIK, Amát fl. 1860-1870 (arr.)

Csók Keringő

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Pesten: Rózsavölgyi és társa [PN N.G. 729], [1862].

Folio. [1] (title with engraving of a kissing couple by W. Tatzelt), 2-7, [1] (blank) pp. Engraved. Arranged for piano by Amát Kovaltsik.

Small split at head and tail of spine. Slightly worn, faded, browned, soiled, and foxed; minor fraying to edges.

First Hungarian edition. Mona 1607.

Italian composer and conductor Arditi had an extensive career that spanned numerous countries. In addition to his native Italy, he served as conductor in Cuba, Canada, the U.S., London, Dublin, and Vienna. Arditi is best known as the conductor that introduced many important operas to London. His own compositions never gained much favour, with the exception of his vocal waltz Il bacio (1861). This "kiss" waltz became an instant favorite and was published in dozens of different versions throughout Europe.

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