|Full title||Six Fantasies for piano|
1. Spring Evening
Composition completed in February 1942. Weigl subsequently arranged no. 4 for piano four hands; see Capriccio.
Performance duration: ca. 26 min.
|Manuscript sources||NYPL JOB 73-158, working holograph score (five folded folios), with title page that reads: Six Fantasies / for Piano / New York, February 1942 / Karl Weigl; the individual movements are initialed and dated at the final cadence—Spring Evening: 23./I. 1942 KW; Burlesque: 30./I. 1942 KW; Remembrance: 5./II. 1942 KW; Capriccio: 11./II. 1942 KW; Longing: 16./II. 1942; and Halloween: 19./II. 1942 KW. See also NYPL JPB 99-7 no. 96, reproduction of holograph fair copy of score (15 folded folios), titled Day-Phantasies.|
|Availabiity||Performance score available from ACA and KWF.|
|Recordings||Joseph Banowetz, piano (CD: Naxos, The Complete Piano Works of Karl Weigl, forthcoming)|
Six Fantasies for piano