With a preface and introduction in English and German. Facsimiles. Critical commentary. Sibelius worked on his last three symphonies, the Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh, at the same time during the years immediately following World War I. He did not complete the work until 1923. This edition is based on…
This edition of the Second Symphony of Sibelius is based on Series I, Volume 3 of the Sibelius Complete Works Edition. It replaces Breitkopf's previous study score, PB 3323. With a preface in German and English, and source notes.
In three movements: --Allegro moderato --Andantino con moto, quasi allegretto --Moderato. With a preface and introduction in German and English. Critical commentary. Four facsimiles. An appendix includes an early version of Movement II. Sibelius began this work in 1904, and completed it in 1907.
With preface by Fabian Dahlstroem. Introduction and notes by the editor. Eight facsimile plates and critical commentary.
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