That Schumann truly dug his heels into symphonic creation becomes clear at the latest when we look not only at his four well-known symphonies, but also at the works between the genres, such as the Overture,
Chamber music lovers will be thrilled about this special offer: Beethoven's complete music for string instruments and mixed wind/string ensembles is now available in a slipcase with 13 study editions. The
G. Henle Publishers bundles all of Beethoven's vocal works with orchestra in one complete package that will make the hearts of singers beat faster. From the two masses and Beethoven's only oratorio, to his
A minimum quantity of 4 is required on this title.
A minimum quantity of 3 is required on this title.
A minimum quantity of 2 is required on this title.
Edited by Christoph Flamm. For orchestra. Urtext Edition. Preface in Ger. and Eng. Duration: ca. 50'. Parts available separately. Full score, 212 p.
Edited by Henrik Wiese. For orchestra. Urtext Edition. Contains the 1st and 2nd versions of this work. Orchestral parts are available separately. Score, 76 p.
In his Passion oratorio Christ on the Mount of Olives, Beethoven succeeded in building on the 18th century oratorio tradition while putting his own personal stamp on the German-language oratorio.
Alongside the Urtext edition of Beethoven's 35 piano sonatas which sets new standards for the 21st century, world-renowned Beethoven expert Jonathan Del Mar presents a Critical Commentary to this body of
Edited by Robert Simon. For orchestra. Urtext Edition based on the first edition, published by Simrock in 1879. Preface in Ger., Cz. and Eng. Includes critical report. Full score, 72 p.
Edited by Fabien Guilloux. For string quartet. First scholarly-critical edition. Includes the original version of the Finale to String Quartet No. 2. Preface in Ger., Fr. and Eng. Includes critical
Edited by Felix Loy. For 2 violins, viola, 2 French horn & string bass. Urtext Edition based on Series VII, Vol. 18 of the Neue Ausgabe Saemtlicher Werke of W.A. Mozart. Preface in
This item is temporarily unavailable from the supplier though we still may have stock. Add to cart to check availability and for more information.
First publication of the orchestral cycle Songs of Travel, setting poems of Robert Louis Stevenson. Three of the nine orchestrationsare by the composer, dating from 1905; the remainder were scored by his
BE THE FIRST TO KNOW
Sign up for emails to stay informed about the best new music, events, and everything you need for the upcoming season.
We're here for you! Look for learning resources at cuedin.com and jwpepper.com/teachingonline. Our helpful team is ready to support you by email at [email protected]
or by phone at 1-800-345-6296, Monday-Friday 9:00-6:00 ET. Click here for new information about our retail stores.