Essays on Scriabin, Schoenberg, Berg, Webern, Bartok, Krenek, and assorted ge- neral topics. Foreword by Oliver Knussen; introduction by David Headlam; au- thor's preface. Just published after a long delay.
Reprint of the late George Perle's edition of Berg's remarkable work for string quartet. With a preface and textual notes in English, German and French; and an appendix of the final movement with voice.
In 1977, Perle discovered an annotated copy of the Lyric Suite, which spelled out the relationship between the music of the last movement and a text by Stefan George. This edition recreates this vocal line, and presents facsimile plates of Berg's copy. With a foreword and comments by Rudolf Stephan.
Also: Where the Murmurs Die by Bernard Rands. Leon Botstein conducts the American Symphony Orchestra.
An opera in three acts, on a libretto by Eugène Cormon and Michael Carré. The work was premiered in Paris, 1863. This is a reprint of an edition published by Choudens in Paris, around 1893.
Starring Patrizia Ciofi, Dmitry Korchak, Dario Solari, and Roberto Tagliavini. Gabriele Ferro conducts the Orchestra, Coro e Corpo di Ballo del Teatro di San Carlo. Staged by Fabio Sparvoli.
2d2, 2d1, 2, 2 - 4, 0+2, 3, 0, timp, perc, 2hp, str (188.8.131.52.1), mx chor.
Includes parts for C, B-flat and E-flat trumpet.
Cadoret arranged this humorous piece from the original for accordion. Of intermediate difficulty. Duration ca. 6 minutes.
With a preface in English, French and German. Facsimile plates. Critical notes. Bizet composed this opera on a libretto by Michel Carré and Eugène Cormon. This vocal score is based on a critical edition prepared for a 2002 London production. Includes singing texts in French, and in English…
For the Da Capo Chamber Players. Dedicated to George Perle on his 85th birthday. This one-movement work appears to be fairly playful in manner. Of advanced difficulty. Custom print edition.
Two discs of music for double bass by composers such as Joseph Iadone, Halsey Stevens, John Cage, Quincy Porter, James Tenney, George Perle, and more. With John McDonald, piano.
Edited by David Rosen and Claire Brook. 23 essays on any number of musical topics, in honor of the music critic Porter. Contributors include Elliott Carter, Joseph Kerman, Diana McVeagh, George Perle, Ned Rorem and others. With lists of writings, music examples and notes on the contributors.
This second edition of Perle's important work includes a new chapter which examines non-serial aspects of the Lyric Suite. With a preface, chronology, musical examples, and facsimile plates.