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Past Exhibition of the Month - October 2013

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Programme of Julius Schulhoff's concert, Salle Erard, Paris, 6 March 1846. Schulhoff: Grande Valse Brillante, Op.6. First English edition (London, 1846) of what was to become one of Schulhoff's most popular works.  The work was dedicated at the time of his Paris debut to Miss Tudor, whose parents preserved the copy of the present programme in their engagement album. Julius Schulhoff (1825-1898), pianist and composer of numerous works favoured by nineteenth-century amateurs. Schulhoff: Le Tournoi, grande étude, Op.12.  Late edition (London, 1878) of a concert study dedicated to Alkan which probably received its first performance in the present concert.