…it. This is the first full score of the work. This edition includes a score in German with a foreword and introduction in English, facsimile, and libretto; and a separate volume of critical commentary in English. The edition is based on Weill's holograph full score of 1927, and a copyist's vocal…
This work, whose title translates to Magic Night, was Weill's first professionally-produced theatrical work. The score and parts disappeared after 1925, and were discovered again in 2005. With an introduction, facsimiles, synopsis, and separate volume of critical notes. If considering a standing…
Contents: Konzert für Violine und Blasorchester, Op. 12 -- Der neue Orpheus, Op. 16. With a foreword, introduction, and facsimiles. Weill composed the Violin Concerto in 1924; the German-language cantata Der neue Orpheus was composed in 1925. The critical report appears in a separate volume from the…
This operetta, with lyrics by Ira Gershwin and book by Edwin Justus Mayer, has only recently been rediscovered after its failure in 1945. This edition includes an introduction and facsimile plates. Two volumes contain the score & libretto; a 3rd volume contains the extensive critical commentary. If…
…which was written in 1936 with playwright Paul Green. The work was produced by The Group Theatre in New York, but was not a success. This edition follows the most complete performance of the work, produced in Los Angeles in 1937. The score volume includes a foreword, source notes, introduction,…
This edition contains facsimiles of popular sheet music arrangements of film & theatre songs by Weill. These arrangements were left to the publishers, and Weill's attitude towards them was conflicted but consistent. With an introduction, essay by Hamm, and color reproductions of sheet covers. If…
15 articles examine Weill's years of exile in France, from 1933 to 1935. Includes a few articles in English. With a foreword. Music examples.
A play with music in a prologue and eight scenes, based on Elisabeth Hauptmann's translation of the Begar's Opera by John Gay. German adaptation by Brecht. English lyrics by Michael Feigold. Prepared and with preface by Harsh; appendices with additional music and strophes.
A collection of rare Weill songs which were cut from shows and films for a variety of reasons. Lyricists include Langston Hughes, Odgen Nash, Ira Gershwin, Oscar Hammerstein and others. With an introduction.
A five-disc set. Contents: The Threepenny Opera -- The Seven Deadly Sins -- Mahagonny Songspiel -- Lindbergh's Flight -- Der Jasager -- The Silver Lake -- A Winter's Tale. Jan Latham König conducts the Köng Ensemble and WDR Radio Orchestra Cologne.
This five-disc set includes: The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny -- The Tsar Has His Photograph Taken -- Shady Dealing -- Happy End. Various artists.
For soprano, flute, viola, clarinet, horn, bassoon. Edited by Jürgen Selk after the text of the Kurt Weill Edition (critical edition). Texts in German. Parts on rental.
This study score of Weill and Brecht's musical theater masterpiece is based on Series I, Volume 5 of the Kurt Weill Edition. With a preface in German, English and French -- and appendices.
Parts for Weill's three-part quartet, which he dedicated to his father. The edition also includes an appendix of alternate music for some sections. This edition is based on the text of the Kurt Weill Edition.
Vocal score prepared by Edward Harsh, according to the text of the Kurt Weill Edition, Ser. I, Vol. 5. Appendices include supplemental complete numbers, instrumental interludes, stage music, additional strophes, and an unorchestrated cut number. With a foreword. German-English.
This is one of Weill's few pieces of chamber music. Dedicated to Nelly Frank, it was scored for soprano, flute, viola, clarinet, horn and bassoon. This edition is based on the text of the Kurt Weill Edition. With a preface in German and English.
Weill dedicated this sonata to Fritz Rupprecht and Albert Bing. The sources for this work are an autograph of the first movement, and a copyist's manuscript of the entire piece. With a preface in German and English. Urtext of the Kurt Weill Edition, Series II, Volume 1.
In three movements. With a preface in German and English. The work was premiered in Paris, 1925 with soloist Marcel Darrieux. This piano reduction is based on the full score as edited by Andreas Eichhorn in Series II, Volume 2 of the Kurt Weill Edition.
This study score of the famous Brecht-Weill collaboration is based on Series I, Volume 5 of the Kurt Weill Complete Edition. With a preface in German and English, and instrumentation list.
This edition contains Weill's Streichquartett in h-moll; I. Streichquartett, op. 8 (including two discarded movements); Sonate für violoncello und klavier; Frauentanz, op. 10; and Ick sitze da - un esse Klops. With an introduction, facsimile plates and separate critical commentary volume. If…
Weill composed this opera in 1925, on a libretto derived from the play of the same name by Georg Kaiser. This critical edition of the full score is based on a comparison of several available sources. With an introduction, facsimiles and separate volume of critical commentary. If considering a…