Including the Fragments in E flat (K. 370b/371) and E (K. 494) and the origina version of the second movement of Concerto No. 1 (K. 412) (including the compo ser's rude marginalia). Preface by Mr. Tuckwell; separate parts for horn in F and natural horn.
Piano reduction by Martin Schelhaas, based on the Urtext of the New Mozart Edition. Includes parts for horn in F and horn in E-flat, as well as a set of cadenzas and lead-ins by Dennis Brain, Timothy Brown and Dominic Nunns. This is a brand-new edition, with the same edition number as its…
This edition of Mozart's Horn concerto in E-flat major includes editorial phrasing and dynamic indications for the solo part, as well as cadenzas by Tuckwell. The part includes versions for Horn in F and Horn in E-flat. With an editor's note.
This volume contains the solo horn parts for Mozart's second and third Horn Concertos. The CD includes full performance tracks featuring hornist Willard Zirk and the Stuttgart Festival Orchestra, as well as tracks with orchestra accompaniment only.
Contains Horn Concerto no. 1 in D Major, k. 412; No. 2 in Eb Major, k. 417; No. 3 in Eb Major, k. 447; No. 4 in Eb Major, k. 495; Concerto Rondo in Eb Major, k. 371.
The solo horn part for Mozart's concerto, prepared for horn in F in place of horn in E-flat.
…to be Mozart's first horn concerto, this was actually his last. This edition contains Mozart's complete first version of the work, composed in 1791. It also contains Mozart's completed revisions of the first movement, and a completion of the revision of the last movement, left unfinished at Mozart's…
The Four Horn Concertos by Mozart are here in this collection edited by Milan Yancich. Mr. Otakar Tvrdy has arranged new and simplified piano accompaniments that are a distinct improvement on existing editions. The technical problems for the piano have been significantly minimized while the music…
The first CD issue of this album, which features horn players Herman Jeurissen and Michael Höltzel. With the Concerto Rotterdam.
Horn concertos by the Haydn brothers, as well as Mozart. Ruben Gazarian conducts the Württembergisches Kammerorchester Heilbronn.
The American Classical Orchestra performs the flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn concertos of Mozart. Conducted by Thomas Crawford. On 3 CDs.
…-- Allegro Maestoso -- Andante -- Rondo -- Rondo: Allegro -- Romanze: Larghetto -- Allegro -- Allegro Moderato -- Romanza: Andante -- Rondo: Allegro Vivace -- Concert Rondo In E-Flat Major, K.371: Concerto Rondo In E-Flat Major, K.371 -- Fragment In E Major, K.494A -- Flanders & Swann: Iii Wind.
Eastop performs with The Hanover Band and the Eroica Quartet.
Muzyk performs Concerto No. 1 in D major, K. 412; Concerto No. 2 in E flat major, K. 417; Concerto No. 3 in E flat major, K. 447; and Concerto No. 4 in E flat major, K. 495. With the Amadeus Chamber Orchestra of Polish Radio.
…K. 417 -- Concerto in E flat major, K. 495 -- Concerto in E flat major, K. 447 -- Concerto in D major, K. 412+514 (386b). With a preface and editorial note in German and English. An appendix includes a fragment of the Rondo in D major, K. 412 (386b). Mozart composed his horn concertos during his…
Contains complete horn parts to 81 orchestral works by Mozart and Haydn. Includes Mozart symphonies Nos. 25-41, Piano Concertos, Violin Concertos, opera overtures and more. Also includes 23 Haydn symphonies, The Creation, and The Seasons.
This Horn concerto was composed by Mozart in 1783, and was actually his first concerto for the instrument. The part for this edition includes versions for Horn in F and natural horn (Horn in E-flat). With an editor's note.
John Humphries, horn player and teacher, known for his reconstructions of Mozart's incomplete horn concertos, provides an historical account of early horn's development during the 18th and 19th Centuries as well as a practical guide to playing techniques and principles of interpretation.B&w…
…With program and biographical notes. Commissioned by the Grand Ledge High School Bands and Music Boosters. Dedicated to Michael Kaufman, retired Director of Bands. The music references one of Kaufman's favorite works, the Romanze movement of Mozart's Horn Concerto No. 3. Duration ca. 7 minutes.
This edition contains the complete solo part for this concerto, as well as a play-along CD with full performance and orchestral accompaniment tracks. When used with a computer, the CD can change tempo without changing pitch.