|Full title||Norwegian Dance for piano four hands|
|Date composed||before 1941|
Composer's arrangement, before 1941, of the Four Bagatelles for four violins no. 4.
Performance duration: ca. 4 min.
|Manuscript sources|| NYPL JPB 99-7 no. 63, photocopy of holograph [?] score (2 folded folios), titled: Norwegian Dance for piano duet / Karl Weigl.
|Availabiity||Performance score available from ACA and KWF.|
Performances (click icon to expand or collapse list)
|23 February 1941||New Jersey, WHOM radio performance and broadcast: Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano. Also on program, Weigls Two Pieces for violin and piano No. 1 (Notturno), with Herbert Sorkin and Karl Weigl; and Two Pieces for cello, with George Finckel and Karl Weigl.|
|16 April 1942||New York, Brick Church, Newcomers Christian Fellowship, Concert of Nations, dir. Karl Weigl: Karl Weigl and Vally Weigl, piano. Also on program: works by Schubert; Beethoven; Chopin; Dvorak; and Grieg, Norwegian Dances.|
|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.|