This volume reprints Bruckner's symphonies from early, authoritative editions. Sewn binding allows the music to lay flat.
The symphonic work of Bruckner is studied through examination of his revisions. The author looks at all the revisions in chronological order rather than work-by-work, leading to new insights into Bruckner's compositional development. With a preface, appendix, bibliography, and index. Three tables.…
This was the last version of this symphony which Bruckner prepared; he did so in order to have it published. It was the only published version until 1936, when the second version eclipsed it in popularity. With a foreword in German and English.
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The Orchestre Metropolitan performs Bruckner's Symphony No. 2. Conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin.
This book is based on the articles on these composers included in the MGG dictionary. Schmidt wrote the article on Brahms, while Steinbeck wrote on Bruckner. Each article covers basic information on their life and music. With bibliographies, tables, black & white photos, and musical examples.