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Sinfonia concertante in Eb major K. 364 (320d)


By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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Violin, viola, orchestra (solos: - - - str)
Urtext. Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791). Edited by Wolf-Dieter Seiffert. Partitur-Bibliothek (Score Library).

In Cooperation with G. Henle Verlag

Classical period. Study score. Breitkopf and Haertel #PB-15109-07. Published by Breitkopf and Haertel (BR.PB-15109-07).

Item Number: BR.PB-15109-07

ISBN 979-0-004-21193-9. 6.5 x 9 in inches.

In Cooperation with Henle Verlag

The study scores (,,Studien-Editionen) remain within the G. Henle Verlag and can be ordered there.

No serious musician and no serious orchestra can ignore this new Urtext edition of a major work of concerto literature, since the music text frequently diverges from that of previous editions. All the sources were meticulously examined, text-critically evaluated and documented for the very first time This resulted in many corrections of notes, articulation signs and dynamic markings that had been faultily transmitted to this day.
The editing and marking of the solo parts by Frank-Peter Zimmermann (Violin) and Tabea Zimmermann (Viola) are a crowning point in this co-production with the G. Henle Verlag.

All conducting scores and orchestral parts are thus obtainable exclusively from Breitkopf & Hartel. The study scores (,,Studien-Editionen) remain within the G. Henle Verlag and can be ordered there.

We are pleased to be able to offer a performing version of the Urtext that has been edited by Klaus Kropfinger from sources found in a state that is typical of Beethoven: no autograph but various sources bearing corrections by the composer.

The autograph of the ballet music to The Creatures of Prometheus for instance has not come down to us. Julius Rietz the editor of the first Beethoven Complete Edition was only able to consult the copy of the score in the Haslinger-Rudolfinische Collection which due to the standardizing tendency identifiable in its calligraphy was rejected as a source by Klaus Kropfinger in his Urtext edition. Instead he used as his main source a copy of the score examined by the composer himself and located at the Austrian National Library in Vienna. To help solve many problems found in this copy an impression of the proofs of the piano version (originally published as op. 24) also corrected by Beethoven was consulted along with the original edition of the orchestral parts.

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