Part I: Introduction. Part II: The Sources, Sketches and Tables. Facsimiles of the sources and sketches. Two appendices. Bibliography. This book contains facsimiles of a variety of sources of music by Pergolesi which Stravinsky used to create his Pulcinella, as well as some of his own sketches.
A facsimile edition of the 1854 printing.
Critical notes for Schoenberg's massive early work for voices and orchestra. All texts in German only, except for a preface with an English translation. Includes facsimile plates. If considering a standing order, please inquire about special subscriber pricing.
…in Paris, 1828. This edition is based primarily on a copyist's full score, held in the Bibliothèque-musée de l'Opéra. With a preface in French, English and Italian; facsimiles; cast of characters; and libretto. Reduced prices available to series subscribers. Please contact us for information.
Sixteen songs printed from the composer's autograph. Includes settings of poetry by Barry Jones, Phineas Fletcher, Francis Ledwidge, Ulpian Fulwell, Ivor Gurney, Thomas Boyd, John Boyle O'Reilly, Wilfrid Wilson Gibson, and others. With an introduction by Colin Scott-Sutherland.
…half of the 13th Century held in the Biblioteca del Comune. The manuscript contains the music and text for collection of laude. This volume contains a complete color facsimile of the manuscript. With an introduction in Italian and English. Volume 2 will contain a critical study of the manuscript.
Produced to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the composer's death, from the manuscript in the possession of Irina Shostakovich, the composer's widow. The sonata was premiered on October 1st, 1975. Special import - allow 4-5 months. Additional charges for 3-4 week delivery.
Contents: Sixieme Ordre -- Septieme Ordre -- Huiteme Ordre -- Neuvieme Ordre -- Dixieme Ordre -- Onzieme Ordre -- Douzieme Ordre. Facsimile of an edition published in Paris by the composer.
This book contains a facsimile of a manuscript of lute tablature held in the Staatsbibliothek Berlin. The manuscript contains 143 pieces. With a foreword and commentary in German and English by Ralf Jarchow. This manuscript was put together by Nauclerus between 1615 and 1620, while he was deacon in…
Edited by Tim Crawford and Dieter Kirsch. This two-volume set contains facsimiles of 25 different manuscripts containing lute music by Weiss in tablature. With a preliminary remark and source notes in German and English. Appendices.
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A facsmile of the autograph manuscript for Mozart's fifth violin concerto, which is held in the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. With an introduction in German and English. Composed in 1775, this was Mozart's final works for concertante violin.
Hrsg. von Elisabeth Schmierer. Editor's introduction in German & English. This first volume of a new facsimile series is printed on fine hand-made paper. Next volumes: Autographs or first editions of the Wohltemperierte Klavier,Pt.2 Nun komm der Heiden Heiland, & works by Mozart, Beethoven,…
A collection of unusual duets by the mysterious baroque hornist Mr. Charles, reprinted from Apollo's Cabinet or the Muses Delight. This collection of lively chases, gigues, and menuets should be in every hornist's duet library.
Preface: Chronology, essays on the original score & the Blitzstein adaptation, the score as artifact etc. Facsimile of the holograph score with additional markings in red. Additional facsimiles (documents etc.). Afterword. In cloth slipcase. If considering a standing order, please inquire about…
This volume contains facsimiles of the autographs for keyboard sonatas which Bach composed betwen 1732 and the end of his life, which are held at the Biblioteka Jagiellonska, Krakow. Contents: Sonata in F major, Wq 70/3 -- Sonata in A minor, Wq 65/2 -- Sonata in E flat major, Wq 65/7 -- Sonata in C…
With an introduction by Sarah Adams. These works were composed in 1773. The autographs for these works are held in Brussels and Paris. No autograph survives of Wq 182/1.
Ferrer was considered one of America's finest guitarists during the latter part of the 19th century. This edition reprints Oliver Ditson's volume of his guitar solos, songs with guitar and duets. With a new preface and the preface of the original edition.
...with an introduction by Monica Hall. We have just become aware of this reprint of "a milestone in the literature on the instrument", (New Grove), which is still in print.