Contents: Verstovskii: Askol'dova mogila -- Glinka: Ivan Susanin -- Borodin: Kniaz' Igor' -- Musorgskii: Khovanshchina -- Rimskii-Korsakov: Snegurochka.
In one movement. With program and biographical notes. Composed for the wedding of Nancy Gutfreund and Dan Marx. A graceful and expressive piece. Of moderate difficulty.
The respective entries from the 8th edition of the general Baker's, thoroughly revised, enlarged & updated, plus 1000 new biographies. 19th-century musicians & composers whose life & work significantly influenced modern classical music are also included.
Realisee par Philippe Lescat et Jean Saint-Arroman. Reprints of the original editions of methods by Azais, Corrette, Cupis, Raoul, Tilliere; Dictionnaries by Brossard & Framery; General works by Ancelet & Laborde.
This double issue is a festschrift in honor of Ismael Fernandez de la Cuesta. Includes thirty-one articles in English, Spanish and French by a group of distinguished musicologists and four book reviews. Topics include medieval music in Spain, music of 20th century Spanish composers and more.
This is a new critical edition of Stravinsky's ballet masterpiece. It includes introductory essays by Mazo and Stephanie Jordan, as well as editorial notes, critical commentary, notes on the text and transliteration, and facsimile plates.
Recorded by the Houston Symphony on Virgin Classics, 7-91162-2 (Christoph Eschenbach, conductor). The composer wrote a piano version of the same piece for Ursula Oppens, published in the anthology of new piano music, Changing Faces, EA 591.
This volume contains facsimiles of recently discovered organ tablatures in the hand of Bach, of four pieces by Johann Adam Reinken, Buxtehude and Pachelbel. Each of the four facsimiles is contained in its own pamphlet. An introduction and transcriptions are included as well.
In one movement. With program and biographical notes in German and English. This is a quiet and reflective piece based on a folk song from Finland. The title is named for the language of the Suomi people of Finland. Of advanced difficulty.
With preface, sources, special remarks; notes on the edition. Edited by Faye Ferguson and Wolfgang Rehm.
This new edition of Monteverdi's great opera is based primarily on the 1609 edition published in Venice. This edition includes a preface with editorial information, and non-singing translations of Striggio's libretto to English and German.