There has been some discussion about the quality and proportion of this composition in relation to the whole book. Originally called " Gratulanterne kommer " "The well-wishers are coming" ,   it was written in as a memorial of the 25th wedding anniversary of Grieg and his wife Nina. Grieg and his wife celebrated their wedding anniversary with Borre and Nancy Giertsen. She belonged to their closest circle of friends at Troldhaugen. During the occasion a guest book was ready to take contributions from all the guests. The work's festive march-like first section, describes congratulations and best wishes that are given by the guests to the newlyweds; the second section is reflective and subdued.
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Arranger Jochen Schmitz. Print Score double-sided but Parts single-sided. Good quality audio files available on Youtube channel Wind Counterpoint. Similar arrangement of 2 pieces from Franck's "L'Organiste" also available. Arranger Celso Torres Mora. Arranger Hans Jorgen Messerschmidt.
Peters , n. Arranger Emil Kronke — Cincinnati: The John Church Company , Peters ca. Arranger Sigerland. Wikipedia article complete Lyric Pieces.
Days at Troldhaugen
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Lyric Pieces, Op.65 (Grieg, Edvard)
Wedding Day at Troldhaugen Op. 65 No. 6