From Piano Today magazine

From Piano magazine

From Magazine Art
From Journal of the American Liszt Society
From Clavier magazine
From Smith’s anthology, “Rare Finds,” not posted here due to copyright restrictions

J. S. Bach – Adagio after Marcello (Bach shows us how to ornament)
Alfredo Catalani – In Dream (and Toscanini’s letters)
Ignacio Cervantes – The Peal of Laughter (a hat started it)
Claude Debussy – Hommage to Haydn (on Haydn’s name)
Europe and Dabney – The Castles’ Half and Half (a social dance in 5/4)
Mikhail Glinka – Barcarolle (Russian gondola)
Percy Grainger – The Sussex Mummers’ Christmas Carol (and other Christmas music)
Enrique Granados – Memories of Infancy (return to childhood?)
Erich Korngold – Entr’acte (a “frightening” prodigy)
Edward MacDowell – In Deep Woods (middle pedal a metaphor)
Manuel Ponce – Despite All (inspired by a sculptor)
Antonin Reicha – Fugue No. 12 (but is it a fugue?)
Ottorino Respighi – Canon (piano canons are rare)
Gioacchino Rossini – A Caress for My Wife (a famous cupboard)
Franz Schubert – Hungarian Melody (late entering the repertoire)
Bedrich Smetana – Polka Poétique (not an oxymoron)
Billy Strayhorn – Valse (classical Strayhorn is still Strayhorn)
Carl Maria Von Weber – Andantino con moto (a romantic pioneer in every medium)