Reprint of the Durand edition, Paris, n.d.
Reprint of the Durand edition, 1915-1917.
Reprint of Durand and J. Hamelle editions 1899, 1903, 1912. With glossary of French terms.
New compilation of unabridged scores first published by Durand, Paris, 1868 an 1875. Instrumentation provided.
Republications of editions originally published by Durand and Max Eschig. With a glossary of French terms.
French terms in the scores. Instrumentation provided. Reprints of the Durand and Enoch & Cie, Paris editions.
This volume presents two works for violin and orchestra by Saint-Saens. The Danse Macabre is reprinted from the Durand edition of 1875, while the Havanaise is a republication of the Durand edition of 1888.
Reprint of the Durand, Paris, 1921 edition. With publisher's note, based on Arbie Orenstein's biography of Ravel. Instrumentation provided. Glossary of French terms.
Reprints of Durand and Leuckart editions. This Dover edition is available again after having been out of print for some time.
Republication of editions originally published by Durand in 1912 and 1919. Both works were originally composed for piano and later orchestrated by him.
Debussy's orchestral triptych was composed between 1905 and 1912. This is an unabridged reprint of the editions published by Durand between 1910 and 1913. With a glossary of French terms.
Reprint of the Durand, Paris, 1895 edition. 3 illus. Rameau's 65 keyboard works, published between 1706 and 1741, are reprinted in this volume from the authoritative edition by Camille Saint-Saens.
Saint-Saens dedicated this symphony to the memory of his friend and mentor Franz Liszt. This volume is a reprint of an early edition by Durand et Schoenwerk. With an instrumentation list and glossary of terms.
These two suites were extracted by Ravel from his great ballet. This volume reprints two editions published by Durand in 1911 and 1913. With an editor's note and glossary of terms.
Edited by Ernst-Guenter Heinemann. With preface by Francois Lesure. Bowing and fingering by Reiner Ginzer and Klaus Schilde. Commentary on the edition. Facsimile plate of the first Durand edition.
Saint-Saens composed this work in 1880 for the violinist Ovide Musin, but Camille Lelong premiered it in November of that year. This is a reprint of the first publication of the full score by Durand in 1900. With a new preface in German and English.
Contents: Allegro moderato -- Variations -- Rondo. With a preface, notes about the editor, and editorial notes. This lesser-known work by Lalo was composed in 1853. It is Lalo's only sonata for violin and piano. This edition is based on the 1850s print published by Durand.
…string quartet, flute and clarinet (1905); Trois Poemes de Stephane Mallarme for voice and ensemble (1913); Piano Trio (1914); and Sonate pour violon et violoncelle (1920-22). All are reprinted from original Durand editions. This edition is available again after being out of print for some time.