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Violoncello Concerto b minor op. 104, Antonín Dvorák - Violoncello and Piano

Violoncello Concerto b minor op. 104, Antonín Dvorák - Violoncello and Piano
Produsent: G. Henle Verlag
Tilgjengelighet: Fjernlager
Varenummer: HN1185
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Antonín Dvorák: Violoncellokonzert h-moll op. 104
HN 1185
ISMN 979-0-2018-1185-7

With marked and unmarked parts

Level of difficulty: difficult
 Detailed comments on the problematic situation regarding the sources, to be found in the footnotes and commentary
 Best possible notation of the solo part with fold-out pages where necessary
 Fingering by Steven Isserlis; in the preface to part with fingerings Isserlis comments on his personal approach to famous issues
 Easy to play and very convincing piano reduction by Johannes Umbreit
 For students and professionals

ANTONÍN DVORÁK
Violoncello Concerto b minor op. 104
Annette Oppermann (Editor)
Johannes Umbreit (Piano reduction)
Steven Isserlis (Fingering and bowing for Violoncello)
Urtext Edition, Piano reduction, paperbound
with marked and unmarked string part
Pages 102 (IX+51+18+24), Size 23,5 x 31,0 cm
Weight 460 g
HN 1185 · ISMN 979-0-2018-1185-7

Without a doubt, Dvoráks melodious cello concerto numbers among the most popular of its kind. It is hard to imagine that the Musical Times harboured little hope that it would remain in the repertoire after the London premiere! Written in the winter of 1894/95 while the composer was still in America, the work underwent several revisions, particularly in the solo part, in the spring and summer of 1895 following Dvoráks return to Bohemia. His cellist friend Hanu Wihan provided expert support, even making his own entries in Dvoráks autograph manuscript.
The vast number of small and larger revisions ultimately led to some confusion during print setting, resulting in Simrocks 1896 first edition of the score, piano reduction, and solo parts displaying numerous inconsistencies. These were carefully examined for this Henle Urtext edition while referring back to the autograph sources and an early copy of the solo part. Thus, not only the substantiated Urtext solo part, but also the piano reduction prepared by Johannes Umbreit now offer an optimal working basis for all musicians

Antonín Dvorák: Violoncellokonzert h-moll op. 104
HN 1185
ISMN 979-0-2018-1185-7

With marked and unmarked parts

Level of difficulty: difficult
 Detailed comments on the problematic situation regarding the sources, to be found in the footnotes and commentary
 Best possible notation of the solo part with fold-out pages where necessary
 Fingering by Steven Isserlis; in the preface to part with fingerings Isserlis comments on his personal approach to famous issues
 Easy to play and very convincing piano reduction by Johannes Umbreit
 For students and professionals

ANTONÍN DVORÁK
Violoncello Concerto b minor op. 104
Annette Oppermann (Editor)
Johannes Umbreit (Piano reduction)
Steven Isserlis (Fingering and bowing for Violoncello)
Urtext Edition, Piano reduction, paperbound
with marked and unmarked string part
Pages 102 (IX+51+18+24), Size 23,5 x 31,0 cm
Weight 460 g
HN 1185 · ISMN 979-0-2018-1185-7

Without a doubt, Dvoráks melodious cello concerto numbers among the most popular of its kind. It is hard to imagine that the Musical Times harboured little hope that it would remain in the repertoire after the London premiere! Written in the winter of 1894/95 while the composer was still in America, the work underwent several revisions, particularly in the solo part, in the spring and summer of 1895 following Dvoráks return to Bohemia. His cellist friend Hanu Wihan provided expert support, even making his own entries in Dvoráks autograph manuscript.
The vast number of small and larger revisions ultimately led to some confusion during print setting, resulting in Simrocks 1896 first edition of the score, piano reduction, and solo parts displaying numerous inconsistencies. These were carefully examined for this Henle Urtext edition while referring back to the autograph sources and an early copy of the solo part. Thus, not only the substantiated Urtext solo part, but also the piano reduction prepared by Johannes Umbreit now offer an optimal working basis for all musicians

Produktspesifikasjoner
Fabrikat-ForlagG. Henle Verlag
ProduktCello, Piano
MaterialePaperbound
Komponist-ForfatterDvorak, Antonin
ArrangørIsserlis, Steven / Oppermann, Anette / Umbreit, Johannes
Produktspesifikasjoner
Fabrikat-ForlagG. Henle Verlag
ProduktCello, Piano
MaterialePaperbound
Komponist-ForfatterDvorak, Antonin
ArrangørIsserlis, Steven / Oppermann, Anette / Umbreit, Johannes
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