PRB Novelty Piano Series: Nola

Composer
FELIX ARNDT
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Having just transcribed Narcissus and The Robin’s Return, it seemed sensible to add another popular piece from the time.

Felix Arndt’s Noal is sometimes considered to be the first example of the ’novelty piano’ or ’novelty ragtime’ genre, and the dedication is to his fiancee, and subsequent wife, Lola, as an engagement present.

Arndt’s piano rolls reveal him to be a fine pianist, and he is know to have been an influence on the young George Gershwin, who would visit him at his studio in the Aeolian Building on 42nd Street in Manhattan.

Arndt died during the world-wide flu epidemic of 1918 in New York City


Score ID
121751
Composer
FELIX ARNDT
Year of composition
1915
Publisher
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
3 minutes
Instrumentation
Solo instrument (Piano)
Genre
Classical music
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