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The pieces and movements range from the 18th century through to the first decades of the 20th century. During these three centuries keyboard playing developed considerably and together with the unstoppable rise of the pianoforte since the end of the 18th century, it became hugely popular. The fifteen composers who are represented in this edition have each, in their inimitable way, shaped the possibilities of sound and playing techniques of this instrument in their works.

In our piano collection you will find compositions from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Early Modern eras. The pieces also vary in national style and range from low through to high technical difficulty. An appetizer for our Urtext editions — give it a try! BACH J. VI aus: Preludes pour piano. Barenreiter Partition Classique Bach J. VIIa:1 Details Edition no. All works appear with a full score and performance material on sale in a large format.

Barenreiter Partition Classique - Schumann R. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Handel G. The sound impact of this broadly conceived work is governed by the choirs in an almost theatrical exegesis of the text. The publication also contains an appendix with the fragments K. Informative forewords to the main part and the appendix together with explanatory notes on the evaluation of the sources complete this volume, which will be indispensable for both teachers and performers.

This hitherto unknown work, which lasts 45 minutes, is richly scored for soloists including 2 sopranos, alto, tenor and 3 basses accompanied by strings, flutes, oboes, horns and timpani, with further soloists and choirs also being employed. The Introduction offers information on the work and its genesis. The detailed Critical Commentary accounts for sources, readings and editorial emendations. In this edition great care has been given to a user-friendly layout which on the one hand reflects the flow and tempo of the music and on the other hand facilitates the study of this complex music by means of a transparent and clear appearance on the page as well as good page turns.

Barenreiter Mozart W. Barenreiter Partition Classique Schickhardt J. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Janacek L. Con moto, II. Con moto, III. Andante, II. Allegro, IV. Although he completed the work, the composer did not want to have it published. Janacek began writing the work before , however, the Pohadka Fairy Tale only received its final form after a series of corrections in The second composition, the Presto, is incomplete. Only a sketch exists which Janacek did not develop further. The original tempo marking of Allegro was changed by Janacek himself to Presto.

The work has been discussed under this title in recent Janacek literature. Short text: In the supplement of this edition an early version of A Tale is included. The source to this version is a copy owned by Antonin Vana , one of the first interpreters of the composition. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Pergolese G. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Chabrier E. Riding on this success, he composed the Habanera in which was met with equal enthusiasm. The piece was soon circulated in various arrangements. Chabrier himself transcribed the piece for orchestra in This striking piece is ideal for teaching purposes and includes fingering by Tamara Stefanovich as well as a well-presented layout with optimum page turns.

Barenreiter Partitions Chant - Bach J. Barenreiter Handel G. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Mendelssohn F. As he neither released the work for publication nor produced a vocal score, his psalm setting did not appear in print until after his death. For this edition the authoritative Mendelssohn specialist John Michael Cooper drew primarily on the autograph score with its many subsequent corrections and amendments. In this way it differs from many other editions, which tend to treat the autograph as a subordinate source.

Rounding off the edition are an informative Foreword and a detailed Critical Commentary. The piano reduction is based on the first printed edition, published by F. Recently however a copy of the score from has become available. It offers a more reliable musical text, rendering a complete revision of the cantata necessary. Im Klavier- und Kammermusikwerk von Antonin Dvorakstossenwir mehrfach auf eine kuenstlerische Stilisierung dieser Form.

Das KlaviertrioDumky op. Die handschriftliche Partitur beendete Dvorak im Februar, zurersten Auffuehrung kam es im selben Jahr bei der Verleihung derEhrendoktorwuerde, die demKomponisten durch die Karlsuniversitat zuteil wurde. Der Zyklus gehoert zu denmit Abstandbeliebtesten und am meisten gespielten Kammermusikwerken seines Schoepfers. Urtext der Neuen Bach-Ausgabe. The pieces are easy to play and are ideal for teaching purposes.

He resides in Southern France and was for many years an author for the music encyclopaedia MGG, writing on French music. He has made approx. Brahms himself described the first version as suitable for reasonable hands, that is for proficient players, and the easier version as perhaps for prettier hands, that is, for domestic music-making. Both versions of the Waltzes op.

Both editions include fingering, a well-presented musical layout and optimum page-turns. The Urtext editions are complemented by explanations on performance practice used by Brahms, an informative foreword on the genesis, sources and significance of the works together with comments on the primary sources. He has released 24 CDs to date, including the first ever complete recording of the piano duo works of Johannes Brahms.

Preface 2. Brahms, Johannes Waltz op. Brahms, Johannes Waltz B maj 4. Brahms, Johannes Waltz E maj 5. Brahms, Johannes Waltz G sharp min 6. Brahms, Johannes Waltz E min 7.


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Brahms, Johannes Waltz E maj 8. Brahms, Johannes Waltz C sharp maj 9. Brahms, Johannes Waltz C sharp min Brahms, Johannes Waltz B flat maj Brahms, Johannes Waltz D min Brahms, Johannes Waltz G maj Brahms, Johannes Waltz B min Brahms, Johannes Waltz E maj Brahms, Johannes Waltz B maj Brahms, Johannes Waltz G sharp min Brahms, Johannes Waltz A flat maj Critical Commentary. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Martinu B. Martinu thereupon composed his Second Violin Concerto in This piano reduction is based on the musical text of the first edition. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Haendel G.

Barenreiter Partition Classique - Dusek F. This edition in two volumes contains all 23 of his surviving piano sonatas, many of which were previously accessible only in old prints or manuscripts. They are presented in chronological order by publication date and are all of easy technical difficulty. A Commentary by the editor offers useful tips on performance practice. Three of them appear here for the first time. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Buxtehude D. Barenreiter Methode - Sevcik O. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Salieri A. The people who are part of an opera production, for example the writer, composer and prima donna, appear as characters on the stage and are presented in a humorous mirror image.

There are several alterations regarding the libretto text, stage directions, articulation, ornamentation, etc. Aria: Bereitet die Wege, bereitet die Bahn 2. Aria: Wer bist du? Frage dein Gewissen 4. Recitativo: Ich will, mein Gott dir frei heraus bekennen 5. Aria: Christi Glieder, ach bedenket 6. Its two movements are characterized by the friction between traditional form and creative abandon. The unusual construction of the sonata caused perplexity even with notable critics who found themselves at a loss, unable to recognize the master.

As such the work remains somewhat an insider tip until today, a treasure to be discovered. For his new Urtext edition the world-renowned Beethoven scholar Jonathan Del Mar has examined meticulously all available sources and presents a reliable musical text. The elegant layout and advantageous page turns further add to the quality of the edition which also includes a detailed Critical Commentary, an informative Preface, and indispensable information on performance practice use of pedals, articulation, ornaments, dynamics, accents.

Only a stroke of luck allowed them to be reunited many years later. The curious performance instructions in these three miniatures, all based on ostinato figures, amusingly lampoon the ideal of Romantic expressiveness. This Urtext edition faithfully adheres to the sources and reflects the latest findings of Satie scholarship. The pieces range from an easy to moderate level of difficulty and provide an ideal additional varied repertoire for teaching purposes.

Two months later he shortened the second movement by about 40 bars. The work was published by Simrock in this form in Now it is being issued in a study score edition. He has taken every source into account, including the extant correspondence. Like the score and parts, this study score edition presents the original version of the second movement in the appendix.

One of his most important pedagogical works is his opus 8, written between and This volume of exercises is devoted to changes of position and preparatory studies for scales over three octaves in 3rds, 6ths, octaves and 10ths. Barenreiter Bach J. Mendelssohn scholar R. This work is not based on the surviving autograph manuscript, which could not have been the basis for the posthumous first edition, but rather on the only plausible source: the German first edition itself. This was published in as op. The publication is free from editorial amendments and modern performance instructions and provides an excellent basis for musical interpretation.

It was not until that musicologist and collector Hans Moldenhauer bought it from Boaz Piller, contrabassoonist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. His Two-Part Piano Miniatures on One Page are ingenious small piano pieces for beginners which are easy to play yet melodically interesting. Here children are introduced to the character of classical music as well as various dance forms: cha-cha-cha, tango, waltz, polka, blues and boogie-woogie. The pieces are composed on whole-tone, pentatonic and gypsy scales and include a folksong arrangement.

The editor, Mario Aschauer, has set new editorial standards and offers the most innovative methodological approach of our time. His scholarly-critical performance edition is the only one to remain entirely true to the sources by presenting the musical text of the autograph and the original print separately. Both forms of the sonata are historically legitimate; the editor has not merged the sources to produce a new text.

Thomas Church, Leipzig. In its alternating scoring for oboes, recorders and strings, the opulently-structured opening chorus describes the gesture of the breaking of bread. The arias and recitatives for the two soloists, alto and tenor show Bach at the peak of his compositional powers. The two-part cantata concludes with a simple chorus. Vorwort 2. Preface 3. Chorus Break with hungry men thy bread 4. Recitativo Basso : The bounteous God 5. Aria Alto : One's creator while on earth yet 6. Second part: 7. Basso To do good and share your blessings 8. Aria Soprano : Highest, my possessions 9.

Choral: Blessed those who through compassion. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Vivaldi A. Sinfonia 2. Versus 1: Christ lag in Todes Banden 3. Versus 2: Den Tod niemand zwingen kunnt 4. Versus 3: Jesus Christus, Gottes Sohn 5. Versus 4: Es war ein wunderlicher Krieg 6. Versus 5: Hie ist das rechte Osterlamm 7. Versus 6: So feiern wir das hohe Fest 8. Versus 7: Wir essen und wir leben wohl.

The worldwide renowned Beethoven specialist Jonathan Del Mar draws on all available sources for his scholarly-critical Urtext edition. The result of his thorough research is a reliable musical text accompanied by a detailed Critical Commentary. The elegant engraving with practical page turns and an optimal layout for this complex music meet the needs of performers. Indispensable information on performance-related issues the use of the pedal, articulation, ornaments adds to the value of this edition. The highly lyrical Sonata in E minor, the last piano sonata from his middle period, consists of two movements with solely German tempo marks and is dedicated to his piano-playing friend and patron, Moritz Count von Lichnowsky.

Indeed, it manifests the quintessence of classical formal principles: its proportions are balanced, its four-movement structure consummately designed. It poses high demands on flawless technical brilliance and lightness of execution. Beethoven referred to op. He reacted angrily when his publisher printed French translations of its title and movement headings. This however did not prevent op.

The editorial principles are clearly laid out in the Critical Commentary. The publication is rounded off by helpful comments on important issues of historical performance practice and by an informative Introduction. They are not only relatively easy to play but highly lyrical and effective, ideally combining joy in music-making with a mastery of early classical literature.

The two works were composed much earlier than the opus number suggests. Jonathan Del Mar, currently one of the most renowned Beethoven scholars, stands for a meticulously edited Urtext edition on the basis of an intensive study of all sources. Performers are presented with a musical text which is based on the latest research findings and whose fine engraving and practical page turns facilitate the study of these works.

This Urtext edition includes an informative Introduction and valuable notes on historical performance practice. Here the pianist will also find information regarding the dynamics of the second sonata whose sources contain hardly any dynamic markings at all. Source discrepancies and editorial principles are discussed in the detailed Critical Commentary. Instrumentation : piano, fl, vla, vc.

Barenreiter Partition Classique - Suk J. Arrangement : Woodfull-Harris, Douglas Series : a tre. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Debussy C. Most of the currently available editions are based on the first edition from which, however, contains many engraver errors. When the corresponding orchestral parts are also taken into consideration, countless discrepancies are revealed.

There is even a breath mark added to the famous solo flute passage which opens the work. As well as choral compositions and major dramatic works including the opera Genoveva and Manfred Schumann created the intimate piano cycle Forest Scenes, inspired by illustrations of the same theme. The last to be written was the wistful-filigree Vogel als Prophet no. The pieces of moderate technical difficulty are enchanting in their song-like poetry, and are a jewel of domestic music-making from the Romantic period.

Scenes from Childhood op. The fingering takes contemporary performing practise as well as playing on the modern concert grand piano into consideration. She has long had a special interest in historical performance practice on modern instruments, reflected most recently in her highly-praised complete recording of the keyboard suites by George Frideric Handel. As well as an international performing career, Ragna Schirmer is currently a professor at the Mannheim University of Music and the specialist school Latina August Hermann Francke in Halle.

Barenreiter Partition Classique - Rieding O. All editions contain a solo violin part and a piano part for the piano accompanist. The series is edited by Kurt Sassmannshaus, the internationally-renowned violin teacher and co-author of the Sassmannshaus violin school tradition. His forewords introduce these little gems and include tips for successful first concerts. These editions form an ideal continuation of the Sassmannshaus violin school tradition and can be used in parallel from the third volume onwards or alongside any violin method.

The series will be continued and will introduce students to more demanding repertoire with a gradually increasing level of difficulty. Barenreiter Stockhausen K. The multi-faceted lyrical atmospheric pieces are particularly suitable for piano teaching because of their charming variety as well as their moderate technical demands. They have become an indispensable part of the concert repertoire. For the first time this scholarly-critical Urtext edition presents the musical text of the New Schubert Edition in new engraving and with optimum page-turns.

A detailed foreword, suggestions for performance and notes on the evaluation of the primary sources complete the edition. He performs as a soloist and chamber musician, with groups including the Austrian Calamus Consort, presenting a wide-ranging repertoire on fortepiano, harpsichord and organ. They begin with the frequently played op.

They then proceed to the lyrical D major Sonata op. The acclaimed Beethoven specialist Jonathan Del Mar has consulted every known source for these critical Urtext performing editions. The results of his accurate research are presented in a meticulously edited musical text at the cutting edge of scholarship, together with a detailed Critical Commentary.

All three volumes stand out in terms of their elegant and well-presented layout. Special emphasis has been placed on optimum page-turns and on the consideration of the flow of the music. The highly informative Introductions on the genesis and significance of the works are supplemented by valuable notes on historical performance practice.

His editorial approach and principles are explained in a precisely formulated critical commentary. With a clear well-presented layout and optimum page turns, this edition invites you to discover this fascinating sonata anew. A foreword by Misha Donat examines the genesis and significance of the work, supplemented by informative notes on questions related to historical performance practice. On the one hand, more and more choirs are lacking in male voices, yet at the same time, more and more female choirs are looking for high-quality literature beyond folksong arrangements.

With great skill and sensitivity to the music, Heribert Breuer has carefully retained the substance of the original works, at the same time giving them a completely new sound quality. He is founder and director of the Berlin Bach Akademie, and has made a name for himself with his numerous arrangements of works from Bach to Schubert. Xxii:1 - Orgue Early version only for strings and later version with woodwinds, brass and timpani. Basse continue. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Carissimi G. Ostertag 3. While Schubert was playing the Wanderer Fantasy for a circle of friends, he faltered and exclaimed impatiently: The Devil should play this stuff!

It was also Liszt who gave the work the nickname it has retained to the present day. Humorous drawings by Urs Sandmeier will greatly entertain young pianists. She is an experienced piano teacher and writes arrangements and piano pieces for her students. Reigen 2.

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Trompetenmenuett 3. Zwei Gavotten in G: 4. Gavotte 5. Lied 7. Menuett 8. Deutscher Tanz Kleine Suite in F: 9. Air Menuett Gavotte Gigue Menuett Suite in a-moll: Reigen Largo Tanz Finale allegro. Barenreiter Partitions Classiques - Bull J. Content : 1. Gavotte 6. Barenreiter Partition Classique Haendel G. Concerto Grosso Op. The violin part contains fingering by Josef Micka. A gifted musician, she played the piano and wrote several compositions of her own, inspired by her musical surroundings. It is based on two manuscripts; the first is Suk's manuscript, the second is Otilie's clean copy of Suk's manuscript.

Barenreiter Partition Classique - Lauba Ch. Brahms conceived an alternate version of the works for viola from the beginning and already before the publication of these two versions he intended to do another one for violin, a version which was to require changes and was to result in an independent edition. While the clarinet and viola versions have developed a rich performance tradition, the violin version is almost unknown. Yet for the violin version the composer revised the original clarinet part much more extensively than he did for the viola version and also rewrote the piano part to achieve a thoroughly convincing violin and piano idiom.

An important part of this edition is the extensive preface. Truly remarkable is the unique Performance Practice Commentary. Here the editors start from the premise that already a few decades after Brahms' death, a widening gulf developed between the composer's expectations and the performance practices of the early 20th century. On the basis of manifold sources which include memoirs by pupils and chamber music partners, treatises and essays, early instructive editions and historical recordings, the editors deal with key issues in understanding Brahms' notation.

By a section-by-section analysis of rhythm and timing, dynamics and accentuation, dots and strokes, slurring and non legato, piano pedalling and overholding, piano arpeggiation and dislocation, string instrument fingering, string instrument harmonics and vibrato, the editors provide an indispensable assistance for a historically informed interpretation of the works. At the same time, the edition offers an exciting and often surprising insight into musical interpretation of the German Romantic Era in general. The violoncello part has been newly engraved and the sections which were written in treble clef have been transferred to tenor clef.

Barenreiter Partitions Classique - Bach J. Ricercar a 3 2. Ricercar a 6. Some melodies are lively, some dreamy but all are easy on the ear. Both violinists are of equal importance and the melody moves frequently from one player to another. When the player takes on the accompanying role, he occasionally has to substitute the guitar and must play arpeggios and easy double stops. The melody part contains embellishments typical of the style. The frequently played Sonatas op.

The acclaimed Beethoven specialist Jonathan Del Mar has consulted every known source for this scholarly-critical Urtext performing edition. The result of his accurate research is presented in a meticulously edited musical text at the cutting edge of scholarship, together with a detailed Critical Commentary. The volume stands out in terms of its elegant and well-presented layout. The highly informative Introduction on the genesis and significance of the sonatas is supplemented by valuable notes on historical performance practice. In addition to the informative Preface the edition offers enlightening details regarding performance practice of Brahms' day.

Sinfonia 3 Trp, 2 Pos 2. Sinfonia 3 Trp, 2 Pos 3.

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Sinfonia 3 Trp, 2 Pos 4. Sinfonia 3 Trp, 2 Pos 5. Paduana 4 Pos 6. Sinfonia 3 Pos 7. Danklied 2 Trp, 2 Pos 9. Now they are being made available for violists also. The piano part of the original version remains, while the violin part has been adapted for viola; it has been transcribed into the alto clef and includes fingering and bowing marks. With their entrancing melodies and poetry, these pieces pose few technical challenges and are thus easy to play. These moderately difficult pieces are ideal for recitals and can be performed by two students or a student and teacher.

They familiarise players with playing techniques such as sul ponticello, sul tasto, pizzicato, tremolo and staccato. Our edition is based on the autograph score with added recommendations for fingering and bowing. The composer wrote the ballads during the time of his close friendship with Clara Schumann, and they exude an intimacy more typical of a vocal ballad. A detailed foreword with information on performance practice, the compositional process, sources and the significance of the work completes the edition. Barenreiter Torelli G. Schubert, Franz Four Impromptus op.

Schubert, Franz I. Impromptu C minor 5. Schubert, Franz II. Impromptu E flat major 6. Schubert, Franz III. Impromptu G flat major 7. Schubert, Franz IV. Impromptu A flat major 8. Impromptus F minor Impromptus A flat major Impromptus B flat major Barenreiter Partitions Classiques - Telemann G. Recitativo: Wie hast du dich, mein Gott 5. Recitativo: Ach Jesu, meine Ruh 8.

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Aria Duetto: Komm, mein Jesu, und erquicke 9. Chorus: Sei nun wieder zufrieden Aria: Erfreue dich, Seele They are designed as companion volumes to the Early Start on the Viola method but work equally well as a supplement to any other viola method. As all pieces are written entirely in first position, they can be used just after a few months of lessons.

Well-known as well as unfamiliar pieces provide welcome additional repertoire for young students and teachers. The piano part may be played by the teacher or an advanced student. Alternatively a second viola part allows duet playing with the teacher during lessons. The 18 pieces in Volume 1 are structured to follow the same progression of finger patterns introduced in the Early Start method. This systematic progression helps the student to solidify the hand position and improve intonation. The basic bowing techniques do not require changes in bow speed or sounding point.

The young performer can focus on a straight and beautifully placed bow that produces a pleasing and clear sound. Born in England, he studied in various cities including Berlin and composed works for unaccompanied violin, orchestra and string quartet. Written in the style of a mazurka, it is an invitation to this dance form with its distinctive local colour. Many ritardandos and rubatos add rhythmic spice; wide leaps, double stops and three-note chords ensure delightful melodic and harmonic turns.

To this day it remains a pianistic challenge and a musical touchstone for every performer. Performers can look forward to a musical text which is based on the latest research findings and where the fine engraving as well as practical page turns will facilitate the study of this demanding work. Information regarding source discrepancies and editorial principles are presented in the detailed Critical Commentary which contains facsimile pages.

Composed in , the Sonata op. The result is a reliable musical text and a Critical Commentary explaining alternative readings and editorial decisions. In addition to a reader-friendly engraving and practical page-turns, the edition is rounded off with an informative Introduction and valuable notes on historical performance practice.

Barenreiter Partition Classique - Sevcik O. Divided into three sections, the tutor contains more than 4, systematically arranged bowing exercises in increasing order of difficulty. The result is a most reliable and thoroughly-researched musical text. Differing readings and editorial decisions are documented in the Critical Commentary. The edition has been finely engraved and includes practical page turns.

Information on central issues of historical performance practice pedalling, ornaments, tempo, dynamics, articulation is provided in a detailed chapter. Jonathan Del Mar has re-examined the convoluted source material, including the proof sheets and errata lists that accompanied its publication. Supplementing the meticulously edited text is a detailed Critical Commentary, an informative Introduction and valuable notes on performance practice. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Sonntagsorgel Vol.

The editions are ideal for teaching purposes or for use in church services. The third volume contains liturgical organ music chorale preludes and hymnaccompaniments and includes works by composers from Johann Christian Bach to Augustinus Franz Kropfreiter. The first volume includes festive preludes, toccatas and fugues, trios and pastorals by German and French composers from the 17th through to the 20th century. The pieces are easy to sight-read and sound impressive. The volumes will be appreciated by amateur and professional church-musicians alike. In these volumes one will find the answer!

Guitar, 2. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Rossini G. Binding : stapled Instrumentation : Harp. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Fischer K. Traquenard 2. Menuett 3. Amener 4. Sarabande 6. Gavotte 9. Gavotte en Rondeau Canaries Barenreiter Partition Classique - Geminiani F. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Cherubini L. It was held in extraordinarily high esteem by such composers as Beethoven and Schumann and served as a model for early 19th-century Requiem settings.

Dispensing entirely with solo voices, it captivates with its rigorous formal concentration and its restrained use of musical resources in both choir and orchestra. Rounding off this exemplary Urtext publication is an informative Introduction and a Critical Commentary Eng. The editions are an ideal continuation of the Sassmannshaus string methods but can of course also be used independently.

Further volumes are planned. Since concerto op. The piece has been transposed to make it easier to play. The concise foreword by renowned string pedagogues Christoph and Kurt Sassmannshaus introduces the work and points out its relevant technical requirements. The findings have influenced the musical text; the details are described in the critical commentary. This ritornello form gives structure to the movements.

It also gives the student who plays both the solo and tutti sections in this edition, the opportunity to vary the returning motives in terms of dynamics and ornamentation. In the short but expressive Largo, distinct quarter notes alternate with patterns of sixteenth across all the strings. This allows the student to practise various bowing techniques. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Smetana B. It was written in at a time when the composer was completely deaf.

Autographe Variante des 2. Satzes, T. These works were written with specific performers in mind and Brahms worked closely with them when refining the final texts. Nevertheless, we rarely approach the music taking into consideration the possibilities of the instruments for which Brahms wrote or the performing practices of the individual players who first performed these compositions, including Brahms himself.

In addition to the musical text these editions offer an informative Introduction laying out the genesis, publication history and reception of the works. At the same time there is a complete list of the sources, an explanation of the editorial procedures and a Critical Commentary. Also, each volume contains a detailed discussion of specific performing practice issues raised by individual works.

Furthermore musicians will find valuable information concerning vibrato, portamento and bowing. The violin and viola sonata editions come not only with an Urtext part freed from all editorial emendations, but also with an additional part including fingering and bowing based on the practices of Joseph Joachim and his colleagues. A similar approach has been used for the violoncello sonatas, drawing on performance markings by Robert Hausmann for whom Brahms wrote the Sonata in F major , Hugo Becker, with whom Brahms performed it, and Julius Klengel who was also close to his circle.

In these versions Brahms did not simply adjust the solo part for the violin, he made many alterations to the piano part, casting thought-provoking light on the clarinet and viola versions. The well-known Mendelssohn specialist John Michael Cooper has evaluated the first printed edition of the score prepared by the composer himself as well as taking all other important sources into account. The piano reduction is by Mendelssohn and is an authentic part of this edition. Sonntag nach Trinitatis. Barenreiter Dvorak Anton - Miniatures Op. This washow Dvorak communicated to his publisher Simrock the joy he felt while workingonopus 75a Miniatures for Two Violins and Viola , and he immediately set aboutreworkingit for violin and piano, giving it a new title, Romantic Pieces.

The four shortmovementsfully evoke the atmosphere of home music-making for which it was written. TheCzechedition goes by the title Drobnosti Miniatures and is accompanied by a shortGavotte,dated and also written in a simpler style for three violins. It takes into account the autograph score of the orchestral version, the numerous reissues until Ravel's death as well as the orchestral recordings made during his lifetime under his auspices. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Caldara A.

The effective instrumentation with two trombones and strings supports the solemn character of the work and enables smaller-scale performances. Any discrepancies between the score and vocal score have been corrected, and the work is now presented in a modern, clear layout. The orchestral parts are available in computer print for the first time. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Seitz F. Barenreiter Schubert Franz - Sinfonie N.

Barenreiter Partition Classique - Rameau J. Soprano, Volume 1 Edition no. Schubert: Wiegenlied Ch. Orfeo ed Euridice W. Schumann: Die beiden Grenadiere W. Werber: Barcarole Oberon W. Mozart: Che soave zeffiretto Le nozze di Figaro. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Bocksch B. The duets are ideal for lessons and are fun to play at home or in concerts. However there are numerous indications that it was also performed by choirs from very early on. Particular movements were very probably sung by a two-part choir, whilst the arias were kept for the soloists.

In this edition, the outer movements and no. Three further movements are set as trios for three solo voices. The added parts are derived from the existing musical material. These lend this well-known work a completely new charm and provide a welcome addition to the repertoire for choral concerts.

Concerto In D Minor Op. The concertos have been transposed, making them ideal for beginners and young pupils. Concise forewords by the renowned string pedagogues Christoph and Kurt Sassmannshaus introduce the work and point out the relevant playing techniques required. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Trojahn M. Nor do I know if seagulls played any part in his life in Rome. I myself was astonished when, one or two years ago in the Villa Massimo, I was, not exactly annoyed but disturbed by the strong rhythmical cry of seagulls.

I was just about to write a bassoon solo when the seagulls started. Then the idea came to me that precisely this sequence of notes could serve as the basis of the work. And the sequence for the bassoon solo is, in turn, the basis of the piece for violoncello - this is how titles are born Of course the violoncello meanders with virtuosic ease from the seagull motif to the 'elf-like' skittering brought to music by Mendelssohn and used time and again in his compositions, finally becoming a cabaletta.

Now, cabalettas are not very representative of Mendelssohn, but as I was composing I definitely wanted to put a cabaletta in this passage. I am sure Mendelssohn and I will easily agree on this, especially since later justice is done to him in the rapid passages and, of course in the tonal cadenza at the very end, which is more indicative of his time than of mine Barenreiter Partition Classique - Bartok B. This collection gathers together easy to moderately difficult pieces, including a wide variety of dance forms and folk-music miniatures.

Players can coax magical sounds from the instrument using a varied refinement of touch such as silently depressed keys or can even play in two keys at once bitonality. In addition, all of this provides a stimulus for improvisation. Besides familiar works, it also contains several that have never before been edited.

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Two pieces handed down as fragments have been judiciously completed by the editor. Care has been taken to provide a spacious engraving and practical page turns. Play Song 2. Oh Bird with a Yellow beak! Little Dialog 7. Children playing 8. Quasi adagio Romance Pentatonic Song Song about the Magic of Christmas An Evening in the Countryside Dance of the Slovaks Hungarian Folk Tune Dance of the Bear Harmonics Melody in the Mist In Wallachian Style op.

Bagatelle op. Tombourine Dedicated to Archduke Rudolph of Austria, this sonata is famous not least for the seemingly unplayable autograph metronome marks in the opening movement and final fugue — a matter on which the editor offers a new explanation. Even the sources pose supreme editorial challenges. A second volume with the choir movements from parts IV-VI will be published later. In cooperation with the Dresdner Kreuzchor, and as a solo organist and cembalist, he appears regularly in concerts within Germany as well as abroad.

Vorwort Preface 1. Choral: Wir singen dir in deinem Heer - In chorus now to Thee we raise Barenreiter Partition Classique - Scartazzini A. The countertenor which also can be sung by a female voice juxtaposes his own vocal part and the ethereal sounding cello part with light gestures on two finger cymbals.

In the third miniature a sense that the wind is barely whispering is conveyed by the voice. Barenreiter Methode - Czerny C. Barenreiter Haendel G. Barenreiter Waymard Wanda - Forgotten Creatures On an expedition through the animal kingdom, the young pupils become acquainted with the characteristics of such forgotten creatures as the Lobo, the Hexaceps and many others, all by means of brief and easy piano pieces.

Vivid drawings and brief stories helf bring these beings to life, attracting the young players to the music and also encouraging them to improvise. This volume is light-hearted and pedagogically usefull addition to the standard teaching repertoire. The edition is newly-engraved and contains practical page turns as well as information on performance practice issues by Mario Aschauer. Barenreiter Partition Classique Mozart W. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Martin F. His double choir a cappella mass was composed between and but it was not performed until in Hamburg.

It can be performed equally well in the concert hall and the church. This first ever Urtext edition is based on the autograph score as well as on previously disregarded preliminary studies. The preface and Critical Commentary provide an insight into the genesis and history of the work.

The larger format ensures a clearly improved readability. IX: 12 Nr. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Gluck C.

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