Charles Shrader

Example 1:

Steibelt, Mélange, op. 10, “Air Espagnol par Steibelt”

Performed by Luca Montebugnoli on a square piano by Johannes Joachim Swanen (Paris, 1798), Domaine royal de Randan, Randan, France

Example 2:

Steibelt, Mélange, “Duo della Cosa rara” and transition to “du Ballet de Télémaque [dans l’isle de Calypso]”

Performed by Luca Montebugnoli on a square piano by Johannes Joachim Swanen (Paris, 1798), Domaine royal de Randan, Randan, France

Example 3:

Steibelt, Mélange, seventh variation of “Vive Henri IV”

Performed by Luca Montebugnoli on a square piano by Johannes Joachim Swanen (Paris, 1798), Domaine royal de Randan, Randan, France

Example 4:

Steibelt, Mélange, “charmante Gabrielle”

Performed by Luca Montebugnoli on a square piano by Johannes Joachim Swanen (Paris, 1798), Domaine royal de Randan, Randan, France

Example 5a:

Steibelt, Mélange, “Vive Henri IV” theme and first variation

Performed by Luca Montebugnoli on a square piano by Johannes Joachim Swanen (Paris, 1798), Domaine royal de Randan, Randan, France

Example 5b:

Steibelt, Mélange, third variation of “Vive Henri IV”

Performed by Luca Montebugnoli on a square piano by Johannes Joachim Swanen (Paris, 1798), Domaine royal de Randan, Randan, France

Performance video:

Daniel Steibelt
Adagio: Fantaisie from his Sonata in G Major, Op. 64 (Paris, publ. 1805)

Performed by Tom Beghin, Sint-Truiden, February 15, 2019