Skip to main content

Image / Fedora waltzes : for the piano-forte / by P. Bucalossi

Have a question about this item?

Item Information. View source record on contributor's website.

Title
Fedora waltzes : for the piano-forte / by P. Bucalossi
Alternative Title
Fedora waltz.
Creator
Bucalossi, P
Composer
Date Created and/or Issued
between 1888 and 1890
Publication Information
M. Gray
San Francisco (206 Post Street)
Contributing Institution
UC Berkeley, Jean Gray Hargrove Music Library
Collection
California Sheet Music
Rights Information
Researchers may make free and open use of the UC Berkeley Library’s digitized public domain materials. However, some materials in our online collections may be protected by U.S. copyright law (Title 17, U.S.C.). Use or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use (Title 17, U.S.C. § 107) requires permission from the copyright owners. The use or reproduction of some materials may also be restricted by terms of University of California gift or purchase agreements, privacy and publicity rights, or trademark law. Responsibility for determining rights status and permissibility of any use or reproduction rests exclusively with the researcher. To learn more or make inquiries, please see our permissions policies (https://www.lib.berkeley.edu/about/permissions-policies).
Description
For piano.
Pages [11] and [12] are blank.
The first 16-bar period of the waltz tempo (p. 2-3) is texted. The text is repeated to the same melody at the start of the coda (p. 7).
Decorative t.p. illustration: lithograph of an elaborate, portico-style frame, centered on the frieze a cameo of a woman facing left.
First line of text (optionally sung): When shadows deepen here I wait for thee.
Record created as part of the California Sheet Music Project.
Bound: No
Variant: No
Illustrated cover: Yes
Advertisements: No
Society of California Pioneers.
Type
image
Extent
[1], [2]-10, [2] p. of music : ill. ; 32 x 26 cm.
Identifier
csm_cubanc_54_1_00168252
Subject
Piano music
Waltzes

Explore related content on Calisphere: