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Konzert D-dur nach dem Violinkonzert Op.61 (edited by Jonathan Del Mar for Piano-Orch.) - Beethoven L.van

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Konzert D-dur nach dem Violinkonzert Op.61 (edited by Jonathan Del Mar for Piano-Orch.)
Konzert D-dur nach dem Violinkonzert Op.61 (edited by Jonathan Del Mar for Piano-Orch.) Konzert D-dur nach dem Violinkonzert Op.61 (edited by Jonathan Del Mar for Piano-Orch.)
ISBN
9790006539062
Volgnummer
196172
Publisher
Barenreiter Verlag
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Publishernumber
BA9013A
Composer
Ludwig van Beethoven 1770-1827
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Instrument
2 Pianos
Piano-Orchestra
Theme
Barenreiter Classical Piano
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Konzert D-dur nach dem Violinkonzert Op.61 (edited by Jonathan Del Mar for Piano-Orch.) - Beethoven L.van

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After attending the premiere of Beethoven's stately concerto for violin and orchestra Muzio Clementi approached the composer and requested the work in a transcription for piano and orchestra; his wish was fulfilled in 1807 providing us with not just an alternative version of the composition but also one with authentic cadenzas which Beethoven had not written for the Violin Concerto! This version has waited a long time to be properly edited after the existing sources and the famed Beethoven scholar Jonathan Del Mar has done just that.

Working with all known sources, Del Mar finally presents us with Beethoven's solo piano articulation and dynamics and Beethoven's cadenzas. And, for the first time we now have clarity regarding the meaning of Beethoven's Solo and Tutti markings.

The piano reduction is presented in a new format: As customary in the 19th century there is be a solo piano part containing tutti passages, cues and the piano solo. This part is inserted - as with string and wind concertos - in the piano reduction. This affords the soloist sensible page turns and offers the possibility to lead the ensemble from the piano. The piano reduction includes the reduction of the orchestral score as well as the solo piano part above it in small print.

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