|Full title||Revelation for piano four hands / Meditation for piano four hands|
Composer's arrangement for piano four hands of one of the Three Intermezzi for string quartet or string orchestra (1941); this arrangement, completed on 14 December 1941, was originally titled Meditation.
Dedication on holograph: to our dear friend Rebecca Bradbeer; an alternative dedication—to Media Friends Meeting—was included on the printed program for a 21 March 1947 performance.
Performance duration: ca. 4 min.
|Manuscript sources||NYPL JOB 73-158, holograph score (1 folded folio), with title and note at the top of page 1: Meditation / Andante mod / Dedicated to our dear friend Rebecca Bradbeer; and note at end: 14./XII. 1941.|
|Publication details||1966, Whitney Blake; today the publisher of record is ACA.|
|Availabiity||Performance score available from ACA and KWF.|
Performances (click icon to expand or collapse list)
|29 November 1942||New York, Media Friends Vesper Program: Karl and Vally Weigl. Also on program: works by Bach; Schubert; Beethoven; Brahms; Dvorak.|
|21 March 1947||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Old Philadelphia Custom House, American Friends Service Committee Benefit Concert for Work in Germany: Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl. Also on program: Schubert, Esterhazy Phantasie; and songs by Schubert, Schumann, and Brahms.|
|2 December 1947||Westtown, Pennsylvania, Westtown Alumni Committee for the Benefit of the Westtown 150th Anniversary Fund: Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano. Also on program: Norwegian Dance, and works by Bach; Schubert; Brahms; Beethoven; Chopin; Kern; Debussy.|