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Symphony No. 9 in D minor Op. 125

Urtext

By Ludwig van Beethoven

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Vocal soli, choir and orchestra (solos: SATB - choir: SATB - picc.2.2.2.2.dble bsn. - 4.2.3.0. - timp.perc - str)
Urtext. Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Edited by Peter Hauschild. Orchester-Bibliothek (Orchestral Library).

The edition does justice to the principle of source criticism for performance practice. In addition to an evaluation of the sources and metronome markings, Hauschild questions the dynamic markings, notated negligently by Beethoven and his copyists.

Classical period. Double bass part. Breitkopf and Haertel #OB-5239-27. Published by Breitkopf and Haertel (BR.OB-5239-27).

Item Number: BR.OB-5239-27

ISBN 979-0-004-33808-7. 10 x 12.5 in inches.

The edition does justice to the principle of source criticism for performance practice. In addition to an evaluation of the sources and metronome markings, Hauschild questions the dynamic markings, notated negligently by Beethoven and his copyists. Reviews comparing the editions of Beethoven's symphonies from various publishers point out especially the performance-practical advantages of the editions of Clive Brown and Peter Hauschild who, for example, offer all the essential information on the work in a clearly arranged critical commentary in every score.

The new edition of the Ninth Symphony also does justice from every point of view to the editorial principle of source criticism for performance practice. In addition to an evaluation of the sources and the determination of metronome markings, the editor questions above all the dynamic markings, which were notated quite negligently by Beethoven and his copyists. Peter Hauschild's prefaces to the score and the piano reduction of the choral finale offer fascinating insights into Beethoven's creative workshop in a concentrated form. With dramaturgical subtlety, he also unfolds the history of the genesis of the symphony, which was composed practically in reverse, starting from the closing movement.

Der Erstdruck des Capriccios erschien erstmals 1889 posthum bei Ricordi in Mailand. Der Notentext weist dabei starke Eingriffe auf die wohl auf Confalonieri zuruckzufuhren sind. Das Manuskript des Werks wird im Verlagsarchiv (Archivio Musicale Casa Ricordi) aufbewahrt. Die vorliegende MUSICA RARA-Ausgabe geht erstmals auf diese Handschrift zuruck. The first edition of the Capriccio was published posthumously in 1889 by Ricordi in Milan. The musical text presents substantial interventions that no doubt go back to Confalonieri. The manuscript of the work is located in the publisher's archives (Archivio Musicale Casa Ricordi). The present MUSICA RARA edition is the first to be based on this manuscript.
- Die Notierung der Tonhohe.

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