…-- II. Andantino -- III. Scherzo -- IV. Rondo. With a preface and notes on performance practice in German and English. Critical commentary. Composed in September 1828, this was Schubert's penultimate composition for piano. This volume is the urtext of the Schubert Neue Ausgabe Sämtlicher Werke.
Piano reduction by Hans Schellevis. With a foreword in German and English. This volume contains the overture and incidental music which Schubert composed for an 1823 production of the play by Helmina von Chezy. Much of the music is piano only, but some of the pieces are for choir as well.
An anthology of classic piano pieces published by Bärenreiter. Contents: Prelude C major BWV 846 / Bach -- 1ère Gymnopédie / Satie -- Allegretto C minor D 915 / Schubert -- Waltz B minor / Brahms -- In the Mists no. 1 / Janacek -- The little Shepherd / Debussy -- Sicilienne / Schumann -- In Addition…
A collection of 22 short works for piano by Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, James Hook, Diabelli, Clementi, Thomas Attwood, Hummel, Türk, Benda, Schubert and Field. With a preface. Fingerings by Annette Töpel.
…is the first of three projected volumes in the publication of the papers from Internationalen Schubert-Kongress Duisburg 1997, Franz Schubert - Werke und Rezeption. Contains : Lieds and Songs - Complete Works. (Volume 2: orch, chamber and piano music; vol. 3: aesthetic, reception and methodology).
The fourth printing of this useful resource on the music and life of Schubert. The volume divides his music by genre, such as vocal music, stage works, piano music, symphonies and more. With a foreword and indices. Music examples.
Edited by Walburga Litschauer.
…Post. 107, D 951 -- 5. Fugue in E minor, Op. Post. 152, D 952. With a preface and notes on performance practice in German and English. Facsimile plates. Critical commentary. This is the first volume in a practical edition of the piano duets of Schubert, based on Bärenreiter's complete works edition.
This edition of Schubert's great song cycle is the urtext of the New Schubert Edition, which in turn was based on Schubert's autograph, a copyist's manuscript, and the first edition. With a preface and editorial notes in German and English.
Vocal score based on the Urtext of the New Schubert Edition. This work premiered in 1814. Schubert composed a second version of the Dona Nobis Pacem in 1815, which is also included here. With a preface by Michael Kube.
Urtext of the New Schubert Edition. With epilogue by the editor.
Vocal score by Olga Kroupova, based on the Urtext of the New Schubert Edition. With preface by Rossana Dalmonte.
Urtext of the New Schubert Edition. With preface and editorial note in German and English. Edited by Walther Duerr.
Includes short pieces by Bach, Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Chopin, Liszt, Brahms, Grieg, Debussy and Satie.
Price for subscribers to the Schubert, Franz, Neue Ausgabe Saemtlicher Werke is $232.40.
A collection of intermediate-level piano arrangements of music from symphonies, operas, vocal music and chamber music by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert. With a preface in German, English and French.
Composed in September 1828, only a few months prior to the composer's death. A separate enclosure shows Schubert's drafts and sketches to each movement.
Vocal score by Paul Horn, based on the Urtext of the New Schubert Edition. Edited by Talia Pecker Berio. Also Carus Verlag Number CV 40.656/03.
With preface by Pier Paolo Scattolin. The Mass was composed in the summer of 1816 for the church in Lichtental and dedicated to its choirmaster, Michael Holzer.