Erwin Friedrich Maximilian Piscator 17 December in Greifenstein-Ulm - 30 March was a German theatrical director and producer who, with Bertolt Brecht, was the foremost exponent of epic theater, a genre that emphasizes the socio-political context rather than the emotional content or aesthetics of the play. Piscator worked experimentally in Berlin as a stage director and later as managing director at his own theater on Nollendorfplatz , he produced social and political plays especially suited to his theories.
In Piscator went to Moscow to make a motion picture for Mezhrabpom, the Soviet film company associated with the International Workers' Relief Organization, but with Hitler's rise to power in , Piscator's stay in the Soviet Union became political asylum. He left the Soviet Union three years later, with the firm belief that he never wanted to work under a communist dictatorship again. In he married dancer Marie Ley in Paris. Piscator and Ley subsequently emigrated to the United States in Piscator had to return to West Germany during the McCarthy era in Until his death in , Piscator became a major exponent of contemporary and Documentary theatre.
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Edition no. The answer lies in the uncompromisingly precise editorial work of Jonathan Del Mar. This Urtext edition of the two Sonatas op. Along with a correction in the third movement of op. The detailed Critical Commentary offers information and explanations regarding alternative readings and all editorial decisions. Beethoven dedicated sonata op. It is devoted to changes of metre and tempo. The work, previously known only from his correspondence, was long considered lost until a manuscript copy resurfaced in Brno in Barenreiter Beethoven L. Now selected motets are being issued in separate volumes.
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Yet it is a self-contained and, for its time, decidedly modern piece of church music. His deep study of the sources convinced him to include a fully realized organ part in the score, just as Beethoven envisioned it for the first printed edition. As stated in the sources, the parts for the soloists and choir are notated on joint staves to demonstrate that the soloists are also to sing the choral passages. Poche Soldes. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Telemann G.
This particular work includes two oboes, two Corni da Caccia and strings. Vocal soloists, choir and instruments alternate and have equal musical standing in this festive Whitsun cantata which provides a valuable addition to the church service or concert repertoire. Barenreiter Methode - Sassmannshaus. Finger Der 4. Finger Der Dreiklang Der 1. Finger Das Greifen auf verschiedenen Saiten Der 3. Barenreiter Sassmannshaus - Fruher Anfang Vol. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Schubert F.
At that time the cycle included 23 poems. Schubert omitted three poems as well as a prologue and epilogue in his setting, thereby overriding the irony and pessimistic ending intended by the poet. The first lieder in the cycle are happy and composed with a forward momentum, characteristics which are also reflected in the virtuoso piano accompaniment. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Quantz J.
Barenreiter Partition Classique - Haydn J. He composed a number of concertos. Julia Fischer played it with verve at the early age of eight. The piece stands out with seemingly virtuosic short passages, varied rhythms and a slight Hungarian touch. He is also the founder of the Great Wall Music Academy, an international summer camp for young string players in China.
Barenreiter Franz Robert - Psaume Op. Barenreiter Haydn J. I - Violon 1 Concertante Hob. I - Violon 2 Concertante Hob. The later repertoire in this volume includes a careful introduction of downward and upward extensions. This early introduction to chamber music brings joy and satisfaction to the young cellist and teaches the student to hear the music as a whole. However, they work equally well as a supplement to any other cello method. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Brahms J. The source consists of a one-page autograph of a piano piece which the young Brahms wrote in a guest book.
The piano piece is published in a scholarly-critical edition, both as a facsimile and in modern notation. Barenreiter Schubert F. Schubert had only composed them shortly before his death, in August During his lifetime Schubert actually wanted to publish the two groups of Lieder separately. However, the Heine and Rellstab songs are indeed closely related. Liebesbotschaft 2. Kriegers Ahnung 3. Aufenthalt 6. In der Ferne 7. Abschied 8. Der Atlas 9. Ihr Bild Die Stadt Am Meer Nine of these volumes have already been published and provide the basis for this special sampler at a very special price.
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.
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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.
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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 - 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. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Dvorak A. 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. 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 - Haendel G. 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 - 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. 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. Only a stroke of luck allowed them to be reunited many years later. 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.
Once more the editor is the renowned Beethoven authority Jonathan Del Mar. All surviving sources have been consulted including sketches to clarify the conflicting readings in the autograph. 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. Barenreiter Bach J. 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.
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. 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. It was not until that musicologist and collector Hans Moldenhauer bought it from Boaz Piller, contrabassoonist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. It was written within the space of 18 days in the summer of and was later revised, probably in preparation for its publication. This revision, which was also taken into account for the first edition issued by the publisher Schlesinger, Berlin in , serves as the primary source for this new Urtext edition.
The premiere took place in Prague in 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.
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. 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. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Vivaldi A. 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.
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. 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. 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. Xxii:1 - Orgue Early version only for strings and later version with woodwinds, brass and timpani. Basse continue. Ostertag 3. The songs are presented in chronological order in volumes for high and low voice.
For the most part the translations have been taken from the first edition. 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.
Barenreiter Partition Classique - Carissimi G. 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. Barenreiter Partitions Classiques - Bull J. Barenreiter Partition Classique Haendel G. Concerto Grosso Op. Reigen 2. 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. Content : 1. Gavotte 6. 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. The violoncello part has been newly engraved and the sections which were written in treble clef have been transferred to tenor clef. 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. Barenreiter Partition Classique - Lauba Ch. 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. 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 frequently played Sonatas op.