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for the Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 3 c minor op. 37, 1. movement by Ludwig van Beethoven

By Ludwig van Beethoven

Piano - intermediate to advanced
For the Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 3 c minor op. 37, 1. movement by Ludwig van Beethoven. Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Edited by Michael Rische. Arranged by Various Arrangers. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Piano. Classical. Composed 1809-2004. 72 pages. Schott Music #ED 20140. Published by Schott Music (HL.49016113).

Item Number: HL.49016113

ISBN 9790001146678. 9x12 inches.

The volume unites 11 cadenzas from 200 years of music history to form one of the most frequently performed concertos in the piano literature, including several first publications. Among them are not solely highly virtuoso and, sometimes, even romantic lyrical tributes to the genius of classical music, but also cadences with a humorous and ironic touch: Faz?l Say's cadence imitated - a music box!With cadences by: Charles Henri Alkan - Ludwig van Beethoven - Gabriel Faure - Franz Liszt - Ignaz Moscheles - Michael Rische - Faz?l Say - Erwin Schulhoff - Clara Schumann - Bedrich Smetana - Viktor Ullmann.

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  • With cadenzas by: Charles Henri Alkan 
  • Ludwig van Beethoven 
  • Gabriel Faure 
  • Franz Liszt 
  • Ignaz Moscheles 
  • Michael Rische 
  • Faz?l Say 
  • Erwin Schulhoff 
  • Clara Schumann 
  • Bedrich Smetana 
  • Viktor Ullmann 

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    John Pennacchi
    Trenton, New Jersey
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  • May 07, 2008 Great composers inspired to write cadenza for Beet

    Beethoven's great 3rd piano concerto has inspired many other great composers over the past 200 years to write cadenzas for this work. Though Beethoven's own cadenza is what is usually played at concerts it is interesting to see how other contemporary composers of Beethoven's were also compelled...

    to write a cadenza for the first movement. Other subsequent generations of composers such as Franz Liszt, Bedrich Smetana, Clara Schumann and Gabriel Faure all wrote fantastic cadenzas. And as recently as 2004 cadenzas are being written for this most inspiring work of Beethoven's .

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