Contains op. 19, 30, 38, 53, 62, 67, 85, 102. With a foreword by Walter niemann.
String quartets by Mendelssohn and Schnittke, as performed by the Cavaleri Quartet.
Music for violin and piano as performed by El Duo: Michael Kibardin, violin; and Stephan Simonian, piano.
This volume collects fifteen essays written by Todd between 1980 and 2005. The essays discuss reception; style and influence; compositional process; and the music of Fanny Hensel. With a preface, bibliography, indices, music examples and illustrations.
This documentary about Mendelssohn is structured around his letters with his sister Fanny. With Roberto Prosseda, Steven Isserlis, Riccardo Chailly, and others.
Part I: History and Biography. Part II: Mendelssohn's Organ Works in Chronological Order. With a preface, bibliography and index. Six appendices. Music examples. Plates. A comprehensive study of the organ works of Mendelssohn.
Contents: String Quartet, K. 421 / Mozart -- String Quartet, Op. 13 / Mendelssohn. Performed by the Chiaroscuro Quartet.
188 music examples. The author analyses the symphonies as the centerpiece of Mendelssohn's creative work and places them within the history of the symphony after Beethoven.
Subtitled: Mechanismen der Rezeptionsgeschichte: Musik und Literatur in der Romantik. A detailed analysis of the genesis, musical structure, and early reception of Mendelssohn's famous overture. With a foreword, introduction, and bibliography. Music examples.
This new biography incorporates the findings of recent research, discusses Mendelssohn's major works and shows that, contrary to the traditional image, his last decade was full of psychological turmoil. Illustrated. Notes. Index.
The reception of the music of Mendelssohn in 19th century England, and his influence on the musical culture of that time, is studied in this book. With a preface, appendices, bibliography, index and six illustrations.
This book traces the history of Mendelssohn's posthumously published symphony, from the first version which was rejected by the composer to his rewrite a year later, to the reception of the music. With an editor's foreword, preface, appendices, index and music examples.
Contents: The Hebrides -- Symphony No. 4 (Italian) -- Symphony No. 5 (Reformation). Edward Gardner conducts the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. SACD.
This German-language book places Mendelssohn's work in the context of the 19th century oratorio, discusses the history and reception of the music, and presents analysis of several sections. With an introduction, notes, bibliography, music examples and a few plates.
The pianist performs Andante and Rondo Capriccioso op. 14; Songs Without Words op. 19 nos. 1-3, op. 38 no. 6, op. 62 nos. 1 and 6, op. 67 no. 4, op. 85 no. 1; Fantasies op. 16 nos. 1-3; Variations opp. 82 and 83; Variations Serieuses op. 54.
…Op. 45 / Frédéric Chopin -- Prélude No. 26 Op. Posth. / Frédéric Chopin -- Songs without words Opp. 19, 30, 38, 53, 62, 67, 85, 102 / Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy -- Piano Sonatas D 959 & 960 / Franz Schubert -- 4 Impromptus D 899 / Franz Schubert -- 4 Impromptus D 935 / Franz Schubert --…
With a preface by Gérard Condé, extensive footnotes, black and white pictures, a geneology, and an index.
Bericht zum 1. Leipziger Mendelssohn-Kolloquium 1993.
Contents: Piano Quartet No. 2 in F minor, Op. 2 / Felix Mendelssohn. -- Piano Quartet No. 3 in B minor, Op. 3 / Felix Mendelssohn.
Works for choir by Felix Mendelssohn and Cyrillus Kreek. Daniel Reuss conducts the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir.