With preface, containing performance instructions by the editor.
Branimir Slokar, trombone; Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne. Music by Wagenseil, David, Tomasi, and Martin.
These Divertimenti were known to Mozart as a six-year old, and he may have performed at least one of them for the composer. This edition also includes Wagenseil's Fondamento per il Clavicembalo. With a preface in German and English.
Contents: 1. Allegro non molto -- 2. Andante molto -- 3. Menuet-Trio -- 4. Allegro non spiritoso. With editor's notes. This first edition is based on a a manuscript set of parts held in the Music and Theatre Library of Sweden.
Edited by Erich Benedikt. This volume features 19 pieces by the composers Gottlieb Muffat, Georg Matthias Monn, Wenzel Raimund Pirck, Georg Christoph Wagenseil, Josef Anton Steffan, P. Caspar Franz Stary, and Joseph Seeger. With a preface.
Three a cappella masses: Missa a quattro da Capella by Georg Christoph Wagenseil; Messa a quattro da Capella by Georg Reutter; and Missa alla Capella by Leopold Hofmann. With an introduction, critical report and facsimile plates.
Contents: I. Allegro assai -- II. Andante -- III. Allegro assai. With editor's notes. This is the first edition of this work. No realization of the continuo part is included.
Contents: 1. Vivace -- 2. Andante -- 3. Allegro assai. With editor's notes. This first edition is based on a manuscript copy of the full score, held in the Music and Theatre Library of Sweden. This edition does not include a realization of the continuo part.
…the early compositions of Mozart, especially in relation to his approaches to form and phrase structure. The first volume contains text, while the second, paperback volume contains music examples of influential works by composers such as Mozart's father Leopold, Wagenseil, J. Chr. Bach, and others.
Facsimile of the composer's preliminary remarks in his Divertimenti, op. 1 (Vienna, 1753). Edited and with notes by Helga Scholz-Michelitsch.
Edited and with preface by Helga Scholz-Michelitsch. Notes on the edition and sources.
The fifth of six concerti for organ/harpsichord and string orchestra. Edited by Rudolf Scholz.
With postface in English by Dr. Helga Scholz-Michelitsch. Edited by Rudolf Scholz.
First edition, edited by Robert N. Freeman. With preface and sources.
Edited by Klaus Winkler. This concerto in two movements was composed for the virtuoso trombonists of the Christian family of Austria. This edition has been transposed down a perfect fourth to be playable on tenor trombone. With a preface.