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New Publications

Sheet Music

2/2017

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Contents

Piano / Harpsichord

Beethoven: Sonatas for Pianoforte

Sonata in E-flat major op. 81a. BA 11808...................3

Grande Sonate in E-flat major op. 7. BA 11802............4

Grande Sonate in A-flat major op. 26

“Funeral March”. BA 11804................................................ 5

Bach: Suites, Partitas, Sonatas transcribed for

Harpsichord by Gustav Leonhardt. BA 11820.......... 6

Mozart: Concerto in D major for Pianoforte and

Orchestra “Coronation Concerto” K. 537.

BA 10495-90.......................................................................7

Hradecký: Two-Part Piano Miniatures on One Page.

H 8034.................................................................................8

Haydn: Late Piano Sonatas. BA 10804.............................33

Solo Voice

Dvořák: Gypsy Songs op. 55 for Voice and Piano.

High Voice: BA 10431, Low Voice: BA 10432............22

Schubert: Selected Opera Arias for Baritone.

BA 5655..............................................................................23

Study Scores

Martinů: Nonet No. 2 H 374 for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet,

Bassoon, Horn, Violin, Viola, Violoncello and

Double Bass. TP 440..................................................... 24

Dvořák: Concerto in A minor

for Violin and Orchestra op. 53. TP 422...................25

Contemporary Music.........................................26

Bärenreiter Urtext Campaign.................10–11

Strings

Saint-Saëns: Sonate for Violoncello and Piano

in D major. BA 10910...................................................... 9

Sassmannshaus: Viola Recital Album, Volume 1:

BA 8992, Volume 2: BA 8993................................. 12–13

Rieding: Concerto in D major op. 36. BA 10697............. 14

Bréval: Sonata in C major op. 40. BA 10698.................. 15

Winds

Debussy: Première Rhapsodie for Orchestra with

Solo Clarinet in Bb. BA 7897 ...................................... 16

Weinzierl, Wächter: Romantic Hits for two Flutes.

BA 10643............................................................................17

Choir

Gounod: Messe solennelle (Ste Cécile).

BA 8966............................................................................. 18

Bärenreiter Album of Opera Choruses

for mixed choir. BA 6924.............................................19

Georg Philipp Telemann

Selected Works for the Telemann Year 2017..........20–21

Facsimiles

Wollny (Editor): Johann Sebastian Bach

“O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort” BWV 20.

ISBN 978-3-7618-2447-4................................................27

Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique op. 14.

ISBN 978-3-7618-1601-1.......................................... 28–29

Complete Editions.................................................30

Opera

Monteverdi: L'incoronazione di Poppea.

BA 8792.............................................................................. 31

Orchestra

Debussy: Première Rhapsodie for Orchestra with

Solo Clarinet in Bb. BA 7897 ...................................... 16

Smetana: Šárka. Symphonic Poem for Orchestra.

BA 11532..............................................................................32

Haydn: Symphony in C major Hob. I: 90.

BA 10981............................................................................33

MGG Online...........................................................34–35

Your Contacts............................................................. 36

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Piano

New Beethoven publications:

Virtuoso Piano Sonatas

Jonathan Del Mar, the worldwide authority and acclaimed

specialist on Beethoven, is editing all of this composer's piano

sonatas in Bärenreiter Urtext editions, incorporating the latest

findings of Beethoven scholarship and evaluating every available

source. Del Mar's meticulous examination of the handwritten

and printed sources as well as the various impressions of prints

published in Beethoven’s lifetime lead to a reliable and conclusive

musical text. Rounding off each volume is a Critical Commentary

which documents every source discrepancy and editorial decision.

These editions contain an elegant and spacious engraving with

practical page turns as well as informative Introductions on the

genesis and significance of the works concerned. Also included

are notes on key period performance practice questions such as

the use of pedalling, embellishments, tempo and articulation.

• Evaluation of every available source

• Elegant and well-presented layout

• Practical pageturns

• Detailed Introductions (Eng/Ger)

• Notes on period performance practice (Eng/Ger)

• Detailed Critical Commentary (Eng)

Composed in 1809–10, Beethoven’s Sonata op. 81a expresses his very

personal feelings. He titled its three movements “Das Lebe wohl” (The

Farewell), “Die Abwesenheit” (The Absence) and “Das Wiedersehn”

(The Return) in reference to the hasty departure of his good friend

and patron Archduke Rudolph of Austria who fled Vienna with the

imperial family on 4 May 1809 to escape Napoleon’s approaching

troops.

Ludwig van Beethoven:

Sonata in E-flat major

for Pianoforte op. 81a

“Les Adieux”

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Edited by Jonathan Del Mar

With an Introduction by Misha Donat

and notes on performance practice

by Jonathan Del Mar and

Misha Donat

BA 11808 · approx. € 7.95

To appear in October 2017

Beethoven referred to op. 81a as a “characteristic sonata”, not in the

sense that it had an underlying programme, but because it lent

musical expression to his feelings. He reacted angrily when his

publisher printed French translations of its title and movement

headings. This however did not prevent op. 81a from becoming

widely known by its French name “Les Adieux”.

ISMN 979-0-006-56181-0

9790006561810

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Piano

Beethoven’s sonatas

in Bärenreiter Urtext

Ludwig van Beethoven:

Grande Sonate

in E-flat major

for Pianoforte op. 7

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Jonathan Del Mar

With an Introduction by Misha Donat

and notes on performance practice

by Jonathan Del Mar and

Misha Donat

BA 11802 · approx. € 7.95

The earliest sketches for Beethoven’s Grande Sonate op. 7 date from

1796 and the first edition was issued by the publisher Artaria, Vienna

in October 1797. It is dedicated to Beethoven’s pupil Anna Luise

Barbara (Babette) Countess Keglevicz, in whom, if Carl Czerny is to be

believed, he was passionately in love. For this reason it is sometimes

known by its German nickname “Die Verliebte” (The Lover).

To appear in November 2017

This work is one of the longest and most demanding of Beethoven’s

piano sonatas. Its four movements cover a wide range of emotions –

a challenge that the dedicatee, who was 16 at the time and only

started taking lessons from Beethoven in 1797, possibly felt unable

to master.

ISMN 979-0-006-56175-9

9790006561759

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Piano

Beethoven’s four-movement Sonata op. 26 in A-flat major belongs to

his most popular works. It is dedicated to Prince Lichnowsky, one of

his most generous patrons and the dedicatee of, among other things,

the Grande Sonate pathétique op. 13 and Symphony No. 2 op. 35. This

demanding sonata is highly varied in its form: it begins with a set of

variations and contains the famous Marcia sulla morte d’un Eroe as

its third movement, earning it the nickname “Sonata with the

Funeral March”. The identity of the title’s eroe (hero) still remains

unknown. The work’s initial drafts date from 1800–01; its publication

took place in March 1802.

Already published:

Three Sonatas in F minor, A major, C major op. 2

BA 10859 · € 25.95

Three Sonatas in C minor, F major, D major op. 10

BA 10857 · € 17.95

Grande Sonate pathétique in C minor op. 13

BA 10851 · € 5.95

Two Sonatas in E major, G major op. 14

BA 10855 · € 9.95

Sonata quasi una Fantasia in E-flat major op. 27 no. 1 /

Sonata quasi una Fantasia in C-sharp minor op. 27 no. 2

“Moonlight Sonata”

BA 10853 · € 11.50

Sonata in D major op. 28 “Pastorale”

BA 11814 · € 7.95

Three Sonatas in G major, D minor, E-flat major op. 31

BA 11805 · € 21.95 (to appear in August 2017)

Two Sonatas in G minor, G major op. 49

BA 10858 · € 7.95

Grande Sonate in C major op. 53 “Waldstein”

BA 10856 · € 9.95

Ludwig van Beethoven:

Grande Sonate

in A-flat major

for Pianoforte op. 26

“Funeral March”

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Edited by Jonathan Del Mar

With an Introduction by Misha Donat

and notes on performance practice

by Jonathan Del Mar and

Misha Donat

BA 11804 · approx. € 9.95

To appear in December 2017

Sonata in F minor op. 57 “Appassionata”

BA 10852 · € 7.95

Sonata in F-sharp major op. 78

BA 11807 · € 10.95

Sonata in G major op. 79 “Sonate facile”

BA 11815 · € 6.95

Sonata in A major op. 101

BA 11811 · € 7.50

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Harpsichord

Bach – transcribed

by Gustav Leonhardt

Johann Sebastian Bach:

Suites, Partitas, Sonatas

transcribed for Harpsichord

by Gustav Leonhardt

Edited by Siebe Henstra

With a Foreword by Skip Sempé

BA 11820 · approx. € 39.95

To appear in August 2017

“I think Bach would have forgiven me for embarking on these

transcriptions. Whether he would have forgiven the way I did it is,

of course, another matter.” (Gustav Leonhardt)

The harpsichordist, conductor and organist Gustav Leonhardt was

considered a pioneer of historical performance practice. Between

1968 and 1978 he made harpsichord transcriptions of several of Bach’s

compositions for unaccompanied violin or violoncello. Now these

transcriptions are being made available to us by his pupil, the famed

harpsichordist Siebe Henstra, based on the handwritten notes that

Leonhardt used for his own performances.

ISMN 979-0-006-56260-2

9790006562602

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• Informative Foreword and editorial notes by early music specialist

Skip Sempé (Ger/Eng)

• Includes transcriptions, amongst others, of Sonata in G minor

for Solo Violin (BWV 1001), Partita in D minor for Solo Violin

(BWV 1004), Partita in E major for Solo Violin (BWV 1006) and

Suite in C minor for Solo Violoncello (BWV 1011)

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Piano

New impetus for period

performance practice

Wolfgang Amadeus

Mozart:

Concerto in D major

for Pianoforte and

Orchestra “Coronation

Concerto” K. 537

This new piano reduction of Mozart’s “Coronation Concerto” K. 537

is based on the music text from the New Mozart Edition and is fully

compatible with the already existing performance material (BA 5318).

A separate Urtext solo piano part is included in this piano reduction

edition allowing the soloist not only to play the work as customary

in recent decades, but also, for the first time since Mozart’s era,

to improvise above the tutti basses and to conduct the ensemble

from the piano.

The new edition is supplemented by a separate booklet containing

cadenzas and selected lead-ins by August Eberhard Müller,

Carl Reinecke and Max Reger.

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Edited by Wolfgang Rehm

Piano reduction by Martin Schelhaas

BA 10495-90 · approx. € 22.95

(replaces BA 5318-90)

To appear in August 2017

Fully compatible with performance

material of BA 5318

• Urtext edition based on the New Mozart Edition (NMA)

• Separate Urtext solo piano part included

• Enclosed booklet with cadenzas

• Provides new impetus for period performance practice

ISMN 979-0-006-56166-7

9790006561667

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Piano

Teaching material

for piano

Emil Hradecký:

Two-Part Piano Miniatures

on One Page

Album of 15 easy pieces

for beginners

Illustrations by Andrea Tachezy

H 8034 · approx. € 7.50

To appear in September 2017

The Czech composer and teacher Emil Hradecký (b. 1953) has devoted

much of his creative output to children and the piano. His Two-Part

Piano Miniatures on One Page are ingenious small piano pieces for

beginners which are easy to play yet melodically interesting. Here

children are introduced to the character of classical music as well

as various dance forms: cha-cha-cha, tango, waltz, polka, blues and

boogie-woogie.

The pieces are composed on whole-tone, pentatonic and gypsy scales

and include a folksong arrangement.

ISMN 979-0-2601-0842-4

• Small recital pieces for beginners at the piano

• New teaching material for piano

• Clever illustrations to kindle children’s musical imagination

9790260108424

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Strings

A sensation for cellists

Camille Saint-Saëns:

Sonata for Violoncello

and Piano

Incomplete

First Edition

The French composer Camille Saint-Saëns endowed the music world

with a multitude of masterpieces for violoncello including concertos,

sonatas and miniatures such as The Swan and the Allegro appassionato

op. 43.

This first publication of the Sonata in D major is based on

Bärenreiter’s Camille Saint-Saëns Œuvres instrumentales complètes.

Although we know from correspondence that two complete

autographs existed, only an incomplete autograph source containing

the 1 st movement and part of the 2 nd movement, which breaks off,

have come down to us. In his final work for violoncello Saint-Saëns

juxtaposes highly rhythmical episodes with more poetic ones.

These contrasts are reinforced by bold shifts of harmonic coloring

and a highly inventive thematic development.

These movements are destined to become standards for cellists.

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Edited by Denis Herlin

BA 10910 · € 17.95

Already published, not announced in

previous New Publications Bulletins

ISMN 979-0-006-55885-8

• First ever Urtext edition of this incomplete work based

on Camille Saint-Saëns Œuvres instrumentales complètes

• Informative Introduction (Fr/Eng/Ger)

9790006558858

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Strings

New recital albums

for the viola

These two volumes contain a wide selection of easy recital pieces.

They are designed as companion volumes to the Early Start on the

Viola method but work equally well as a supplement to any other

viola method. As all pieces are written entirely in first position, they

can be used just after a few months of lessons. Well-known as well

as unfamiliar pieces provide welcome additional repertoire for young

students and teachers.

The piano part may be played by the teacher or an advanced student.

Alternatively a second viola part allows duet playing with the teacher

during lessons.

Sassmannshaus

Viola Recital Album

Volume 1: First Position

for Viola and Piano

or Two Violas

Edited by Melissa Lusk,

Christoph Sassmannshaus and

Kurt Sassmannshaus

Score and part, plus additional

viola part for duet version

BA 8992 · approx. € 16.95

To appear in October 2017

From the contents:

Well-known traditionals (Baa Baa Black Sheep), unfamiliar melodies

(The Robin’s Lullaby) and a few original compositions by the authors

(Jumping Beans), always precisely tailored to meet the needs of young

students.

The Viola Recital Album, Volume 1, can be used as a supplement to the

Early Start on the Viola method, Volumes 1 and 2 (BA 9686 and BA 9687).

The 18 pieces in Volume 1 are structured to follow the same progression

of finger patterns introduced in the Early Start method. This systematic

progression helps the student to solidify the hand position and improve

intonation. The basic bowing techniques do not require changes in bow

speed or sounding point. The young performer can focus on a straight

and beautifully placed bow that produces a pleasing and clear sound.

• New pieces to supplement the Sassmannshaus Viola method

• All pieces in first position

• Include an additional viola part for duet version and

a piano accompaniment

ISMN 979-0-006-56456-9

9790006564569

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Already published:

Violin Recital Album, Volumes 1 and 2

BA 9668, BA 9669 · € 15.50 / € 17.50

Cello Recital Album, Volumes 1 and 2

BA 8994, BA 8995 · € 15.95 each

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Sassmannshaus

THE SASSMANNSHAUS TRADITION

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Sassmannshaus

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Sassmannshaus

Viola Recital Album

Volume 2: First Position

for Viola and Piano

or Two Violas

The Viola Recital Album, Volume 2, can be used as a supplement to the

Early Start on the Cello method, Volumes 2 and 3 (BA 9687 and BA 9688).

The 12 pieces in Volume 2 are structured to follow the same progression

of finger patterns introduced in the Early Start method, Volumes 2

and 3. The later repertoire in this volume includes a careful

introduction of downward and upward extensions.

Edited by Melissa Lusk,

Christoph Sassmannshaus and

Kurt Sassmannshaus

Score and part, plus additional

viola part for duet version

BA 8993 · approx. € 16.95

To appear in October 2017

Already published:

Early Start on the Viola

BA 9686 Volume 1 · € 13.50

BA 9687 Volume 2 · € 13.50

BA 9688 Volume 3 · € 13.50

BA 9689 Volume 4 · € 13.50

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Strings

Oskar Rieding:

Concerto in D major op. 36

Violin part with enclosed

violin/piano score

BA 10697 · approx. € 12.95

To appear in October 2017

Further Rieding works for violin:

Oskar Rieding

Marcia op. 44, Rondo op. 22/3

BA 8982 · € 8.50

Concertino in Hungarian Style

in A minor op. 21

BA 8973 · € 8.50

Concerto in B minor op. 35

BA 8971 · € 8.50

Each edition consists of a violin part

and an enclosed violin/piano New Issue score Title

Oskar Rieding (1840–1918) is known to all young violinists for his

easy-to-play concertos for violin and piano, of which opp. 34 to 36

remain entirely in first position. In op. 36 catchy melodies are

coupled with first technical difficulties such as eighth-note arpeggios,

16th-note runs and chromaticism. These appear in small measures

throughout the entire work.

The Concerto in D major is well-suited for younger student recitals.

• Concert piece entirely in first position

• Ideal for students wishing to perform their first recital

• Duration: approx. 10 minutes

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Strings

An easy work

with a great impact

Jean-Baptiste Bréval:

Sonata in C major op. 40

Cello part with enclosed

cello/piano score

BA 10698 · approx. € 12.95

To appear in October 2017

Jean-Baptiste Bréval (1753–1823) was a member of the orchestra at the

Paris Opéra and also a prolific composer. His works include concertos

for cello, string quartets, comic operas and a violoncello tutor.

However he is best-known for the Sonata in C major which has

become a standard work for teaching purposes, even in arrangements

for other instruments. The two movements (Allegro and Rondo

Grazioso) can also be performed independently from one another.

This sonata belongs to the basic repertoire of every young cellist.

• Ideal for the first “proper” recital

• Of moderate technical difficulty but with brilliant impact

• Duration: approx. 8 minutes

Further cello titles in this series:

Edward Mollenhauer

The Boy Paganini

BA 10694 · € 8.95

Edward Mollenhauer

The Infant Paganini

BA 10693 · € 8.95

Oskar Rieding

Concerto in B minor op. 35

BA 8984 · € 10.75

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Friedrich Seitz

Concerto in D major op. 22

BA 8987 · € 10.25

Each edition consists of a cello part

and New an Issue enclosed Title cello/piano score.

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Winds

For the 2018

Debussy Year

Claude Debussy:

Première Rhapsodie

for Orchestra with

Solo Clarinet in Bb

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Edited by Douglas Woodfull-Harris

Score BA 7897 · approx. € 22.95

Version for clarinet and piano

BA 7897-90 · approx. € 13.95

Wind set

BA 7897-65 · approx. € 39.95

Violin 1 BA 7897-74 · approx. € 3.50

Violin 2 BA 7897-75 · approx. € 3.50

Viola BA 7897-79 · approx. € 3.50

Violoncello BA 7897-82 · approx. € 3.50

Double bass BA 7897-85 · approx. € 3.50

To appear in November 2017

Debussy’s Première Rhapsodie is one of two concertante works

completed, premiered and published during his lifetime. He was

commissioned to write it in 1909 for the final examination at the Paris

Conservatoire in 1910. Debussy orchestrated it in the summer of 1911.

While transferring the clarinet part from the already published

version for clarinet and piano, he made a few subtle changes,

particularly in m. 201, which has been a bone of contention among

clarinettists for over a century.

The present scholarly-critical publication is the first Urtext edition of

the orchestral version. It draws on every known source and takes into

account a previously ignored source that sheds new light on the piece.

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• First Urtext edition of the orchestral version

• First scholarly-critical edition of a pioneering work for clarinet

• Trilingual Foreword (Eng/Fr/Ger) with Critical Commentary (Eng)

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Zeitgenössische Musik

Romantic Flute Music

Elisabeth Weinzierl

and Edmund Wächter:

Romantic Hits

for two Flutes

28 pages

BA 10643 · € 12.95

Arrangements of familiar pieces for two flutes were very popular in

the romantic era. This enabled works which were current at that time

to be played in salons and at home. Folk songs, opera arias, piano and

concert pieces were arranged by such figures as Giuseppe Gariboldi,

Kaspar Kummer and Ernesto Köhler. Elisabeth Weinzierl and Edmund

Wächter have selected and arranged the most beautiful and bestknown

pieces for this edition making these melodies accessible

even to the less experienced musician.

From the contents:

Robert Schumann: Frühlingsgruß / Carl-Maria von Weber: Hunters’

Chorus / Giuseppe Verdi: Ah! Gran Dio! Morir sì giovine / Vincenzo

Bellini: Ma non fia sempre odiata / Felix Mendelssohn: Song without

Words

• Well-known melodies from the greatest Romantic composers

• Both parts equally comprehensive and easy-to-play

Already published, not announced in

previous New Publications Bulletins

(replaces BA 8691)

ISMN 979-0-006-56324-1

9790006563241

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Also published:

Douglas Woodfull-Harris

Classic Hits for 2 Flutes

BA 10613 · € 13.95

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Choir

For the composer’s

200 th birthday in 2018

Charles Gounod:

Messe solennelle

(Ste Cécile)

for Soloists (STB), Choir (SATB),

Orchestra and Organ

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Hans Schellevis

Piano reduction by the editor

Score

BA 8966 · approx. € 79.00

Vocal score (Lat)

BA 8966-90 · approx. € 14.95

Wind set

BA 8966-65 · approx. € 79.00

Organ BA 8966-67 · approx. € 23.95

Violin I BA 8966-74 · approx. € 8.95

Violin II BA 8966-75 · approx. € 8.95

Viola BA 8966-79 · approx. € 8.95

Violoncello BA 8966-82 · approx. € 8.95

Double bass BA 8966-85 · approx. € 8.95

Sacred works occupy a large part of Charles Gounod’s œuvre. It was

the Messe solennelle en l’honneur de Sainte Cécile that established his

fame as a church composer. Its melodic invention and effective

handling of the orchestra reveal a close proximity to opera.

This Urtext edition is based not only on the original print of 1856 but

also on copyists’ manuscripts and autograph sources. Rounding off

this well-researched Urtext edition are an informative Introduction

and a detailed Critical Commentary. The edition is being published to

celebrate the 200 th anniversary of Gounod’s birth.

• Gounod’s well-known mass in a new Urtext edition

• Bilingual Foreword (Ger/Eng) and Critical Commentary (Eng)

• Idiomatic piano reduction

• In preparation for the Gounod bicentenary year 2018

ISMN 979-0-006-56400-2

BA 8966-90

To appear in New October Issue Title 2017

9790006564002

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Choir

Major opera choruses from

the 17 th to 19 th centuries

Bärenreiter Album of

Opera Choruses

for mixed choir

Edited by Tilman Michael

BA 6924 · approx. € 16.95

This album for mixed choir and piano contains a selection of richly

varied choruses from Italian, French, German, English and Russian

operas from the 17 th to 19 th centuries, illuminating the great diversity

of the genre. Choruses from the following operas are included:

Claudio Monteverdi: L’Orfeo / George Frideric Handel: Acis and Galatea

HWV 49 b / Christoph Willibald Gluck: Alceste (Vienna version 1767) /

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Idomeneo K. 366 / Franz Schubert:

Fierabras D. 796 / Vincenzo Bellini: Norma / Camille Saint-Saëns:

Samson et Dalila / Georges Bizet: Carmen / Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky:

Eugene Onegin (cyrillic text with transliteration)

To appear in July 2017

ISMN 979-0-006-56235-0

9790006562350

New Issue Title

• Foreword (Ger/Eng) which places the choruses in their dramatic

context and includes suggestions for study and interpretation

• Notes on pronounciation of the Russian song text

• In a large format (23 x 30 cm)

The editor

Tilman Michael worked at the

Hamburg State Opera and the

Mannheim National Theatre before

being appointed choral director at

the Frankfurt Opera in 2014.

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Violino I *)

Violino II

Viola

Viola da

gamba

Canto

Oboe I *)

Alto

Oboe II**)

Tenore

Ba so

Organo

Violonce Violone

4

8

TVWV 1: 14 9

War um be trübst du dich, mein Herz?

War um be trübst du dich, mein Herz?

8 War um be trübst du dich, mein Herz?

War um be trübst du dich, mein Herz?

6 7 6

*) Gera druck zeigt an, daß die betre fende Sti me von Telema n geschrieben wurde.

*) Vgl. den Kritischen Bericht, S. XI.

Solo

Der He r hat mich ver

Basso continuo

7

10

13

Violino

BA 5857

6 6 6 6

5

6 65 64 5 6

4

2

131

Andante

© 2 06 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Ka sel

4

2

Solo 1

TWV 41:F4

6 6 6 5 6

7 6 6

4

5 6 7 9 6 6 64 5

7 6 7 6 6 6

5

6 6

6 6

3

4

6 4

2

2

© 2009 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel

Telemann-Poster.indd 1 24/02/2017 12:23

Telemann Year 2017

Selected Telemann Works

Sacred Choral Music

Christus, der ist mein Leben TVWV 1:138

BA 5897-90 · € 13.50

Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu TWV 6:6

BA 5851-90 · € 29.95

Harmonischer Gottesdienst

Lent and Easter Cantatas

BA 5895 · € 32.95

Der Tod Jesu – Betrachtung der neunten Stunde

am Todestage Jesu TVWV 5:5, 5:6

BA 5853-90 · € 30.95

Der für die Sünde der Welt leidende und sterbende

Jesus TVWV 5:1

BA 5863 · € 282.00

Die Donnerode TVWV 6:3

BA 5900-90 · € 15.95

Concerto for two Violins (Flute and Violin),

Viola and Basso continuo in D minor TWV 43:d2

BA 5875 · € 13.95

Two Sonatas for Oboe and Basso continuo

from “Essercizii musici”

BA 5889 · € 21.50

Nine Sonatas for two Transverse Flutes without

Figured Bass TWV 40:141-149

BA 5888 · € 28.95

Twelve Methodical Sonatas for Violin or Flute

and Basso continuo. Volume 1

BA 2241 · € 14.95

Sonata for Flute and Basso continuo No. 1 in B minor

TWV 41:h4 “Tafelmusik I”

BA 3537 · € 9.25

Instrumental Works

Twelve Fantasias for Flute without Bass TWV 40:2-13

BA 2971 · € 10.50

Concerto for Viola, Strings and Basso continuo

in G major TWV 51:G9

BA 5878 · € 19.50

Bärenreiter “Notes”

Telemann green

Size: DIN A 6, 32 pages

BA 8100-24 · € 0.75

Poster

Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz

1. Choral ed Arioso Adagio

las sen, ver las sen! Der He r hat mein ver ges sen, der

6 7 6 6 6 6

Three Concertos for Violin and Orchestra TWV 51:a1

in A minor, 51:D9 in D major, 51:g1 in G minor

BA 5876-90 · € 17.95 New Issue Title

Georg Philipp Telemann

Size: DIN A 1 long (42 x 118,8 cm)

SPA 50_73 · free of charge

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8

7 6 6

4

5 6 7 9 6 6 6

4

7 6 7 6 6 6

5

250 th anniversary of Telemann's death

Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz

TVWV 1: 1499

1. Choral ed Arioso Adagio

131

Violino I *)

Violino II

Viola

Viola da

gamba

Canto

Oboe I**)

Alto

Oboe II**)

Tenore

Basso

mein Herz?

War um be trübst du dich, mein Herz?

8 War um be trübst du dich, mein Herz?

War um be trübst du dich, mein Herz?

Solo

Der Herr hat mich ver

Organo

Violoncello

Violone

6 7 6

4

from: Twelve Fantasias for Flute without Bass

TWV 40:2-13 · BA 2971

Violino

Andante

las sen, ver las sen! Der Herr hat mein ver ges sen, der

Solo 1

TWV 41:F4

Basso continuo

© 2006 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel

6 7 6 6 6 6

*) Geraddruck zeigt an, daß die betreffende Stimme von Telemann geschrieben wurde.

**) Vgl. den Kritischen Bericht, S. XXI.

4

2

6 6 6 5

3

6 6 6 6

5

6 6

5

6

4

5 6

7

10

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BA 5857

© 2009 by Bärenreiter-Ver

from: Three Concertos for Violin and Orchestra

TWV 51:a1 in A minor, TWV 51:D9 in D major,

TWV 51:g1 in G minor · BA 5876-90

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Solo Voice

One of the most popular

romantic song cycles

Dvořák’s song cycle Gypsy Songs op. 55 on words by the Czech poet

Adolf Heyduk, were written at the beginning of 1880 at the request

of the Bohemian tenor Gustav Walter, a member of the Vienna Court

Opera and the work’s dedicatee.

For this Urtext edition the editor Veronika Vejvodová has taken the

original print as her main source. The edition appears in two volumes,

one for high voice and another for low voice.

Antonín Dvořák:

Gypsy Songs op. 55

for Voice and Piano

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Veronika Vejvodová

ISMN 979-0-2601-0779-3

Vocal texts: (Cz/Eng/Ger)

High Voice

BA 10431 · approx. € 12.50

(replaces H 1559)

Low Voice

BA 10432 · approx. € 12.50

(replaces H 1739)

To appear in October 2017

ISMN 979-0-2601-0778-6

• Third volume from the new five-volume Urtext edition of Dvořák’s

complete songs

• One of the most popular and best-known song cycles of the

romantic repertoire

• Extensive Foreword (Cz/Eng/Ger) and Critical Commentary (Eng)

by the editor

• Vocal texts in three languages (Cz/Eng/Ger)

Contents

1. I chant my lay, a hymn of love

2. Hark, how my triangle

3. Silent and lone the woods around

4. Songs my mother taught me

5. Tune thy strings, oh gypsy

6. In his wide and ample, airy linen vesture

7. Cloudy heights of Tatra

Already published:

Cypresses for Tenor and Piano (B 11)

BA 9569 · € 23.95

Antonín Dvořák

Songs II for High Voice and Piano

BA 11517 · € 28.95

9790260107793

9790260107786

BA 10432 BA 10431

Songs II for Low Voice and Piano

BA 11518 · € 28.95

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Solo Voice

Lyrical and dramatic

gems

Franz Schubert:

Selected Opera Arias

for Baritone

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

from: “Wo find ich nur den Ort, mein Haupt zur Ruh zu legen”

(Alfonso und Estrella)

Edited and arranged by

Patrick Radelet

BA 5655 · approx. € 27.95

To appear in October 2017

Schubert’s operas contain a wealth of magnificent music. This

anthology of opera arias for baritone with piano accompaniment

presents a delightful selection from Des Teufels Lustschloss, Adrast,

Die Freunde von Salamanka, Alfonso und Estrella and Fierabras.

An enclosed violoncello part for the aria “Wo find ich nur den Ort,

mein Haupt zur Ruh zu legen” (Alfonso und Estrella) makes it possible

to perform this piece in a chamber music setting.

• Urtext edition based on the New Schubert Edition

• Trilingual texts (Ger/Eng/Fr) with an informative Foreword, notes

on the arias’ dramatic context and literal translations of the aria

texts into English and French

• Idiomatic easy-to-play piano part

ISMN 979-0-006-56215-2

9790006562152

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Study Scores

Study score now with transposed

part for clarinet in B-flat

Bohuslav Martinů:

Nonet No. 2 H 374

for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet,

Bassoon, Horn, Violin, Viola,

Violoncello and Double Bass

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Jitka Zichová

Study score

TP 440 · approx. € 22.50

(replaces H 3022)

To appear in October 2017

Performance material

available on hire

ISMN 979-0-2601-0845-5

9790260108455

Martinů’s Nonet No. 2 was composed in 1959, the final year of his life.

It was commissioned by the ensemble Czech Nonet which premiered

the piece at the Salzburg Festival and it appeared in print

posthumously in autumn of that same year.

The principal source for this edition was Martinů’s autograph score.

A photo-reproduction of the autograph with handwritten entries by

the performers was used as a reference source as well as the first

edition, which includes several amendments made by the Czech

Nonet and authorised by the composer. Also taken into account were

the corrections found in the correspondence between Martinů and

violinist Emil Leichner, the ensemble’s artistic director. Unlike the

version in the complete edition, the clarinet part has been transposed

for the clarinet in B-flat.

• First Urtext edition based on The Bohuslav Martinů Complete

Edition IV/4/1 (Chamber Music for 6–9 Instruments I)

• Foreword by the editor (Cz/Eng/Ger)

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Study Scores

Dvořák’s famous

masterpiece now in

a study score

Antonín Dvořák:

Concerto in A minor

for Violin and

Orchestra op. 53

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Iacopo Cividini

This study score is based on our recently published new scholarlycritical

edition (BA 10422) of Dvořák’s op. 53, his only violin concerto.

Besides the original print, the edition takes into account Dvořák’s

autograph, which served as a model for the engraving. A fresh

evaluation of the autograph has made it possible to reconstruct

several variants ignored in the first and subsequent editions and to

clarify ambiguities in notation and articulation.

Study score

TP 422 · approx. € 14.95

(replaces H 1004)

To appear in November 2017

• Study score based on the new Bärenreiter Urtext edition

• Variants in the solo part as ossia passages

• Foreword by the editor on the work’s genesis (Ger/Cz/Eng)

ISMN 979-0-2601-0769-4

9790260107694

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Contemporary Music

New publications up to May 2017

Dieter Ammann

Miloslav Kabeláč

Matthias Pintscher

Photo: Franck Ferville

Andrea L. Scartazzini

Photo: Janis Huber

Charlotte Seither

Photo: Marko Bussmann

Miroslav Srnka

Photo: Vojtěch Havlík

Manfred Trojahn

Photo: Dietlind Konold

Dieter Ammann

glut for orchestra

BA 11151-72

Dieter Ammann

VIOLATION

for violoncello and ensemble

BA 11138-72

Miloslav Kabeláč

Two Fantasias

for organ

H 8028

Matthias Pintscher

mar’eh

for violin and ensemble

BA 11150-72

Andrea Lorenzo Scartazzini

Edward II

Opera in ten scenes

BA 11141-72

Charlotte Seither

Fünf Stücke

um den Fluss zu queren

for orchestra

BA 11140-72

Miroslav Srnka

South Pole.

A double opera in two parts

BA 11147-72

Manfred Trojahn

Four women from Shakespeare

for soprano and ensemble

BA 11149-72

New Issue Title

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Music example from: Srnka, South Pole · BA 11147-72


Autograph score and original

parts reunited

Peter Wollny (Editor):

Johann Sebastian Bach

“O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort” BWV 20

Cantata for the 1 st Sunday after Trinity

Faksimile-Reihe Bach’scher Werke und Schriftstücke. Neue Folge,

edited by the Bach Archive Leipzig, Volume IX

Documenta musicologica II/52

Limited edition

Autograph score and original parts:

Two 4-colour facsimile fascicles (24 + 64 pp, each in a facsimile cover)

and a Commentary booklet (Ger/Eng, 16 pp) in a slipcase

BVK 2447 · € 289.00

Already published, not announced in previous New Publications Bulletins

Johann Sebastian Bach opened the second year of his Leipzig church

compositions on 11 June 1724 with a performance of the cantata

“O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort”. The work is based on a church hymn by

Johann Rist that depicts, in riveting language, the terrors of the Last

Judgment and the torments of Hell, followed by an admonition to live

a life pleasing to God. The poem inspired Bach to write one of his most

impressive church compositions altogether.

This remarkably extensive score with twelve sheets sheds particularly

instructive and detailed light on Bach's creative process. The Bach Archive

Leipzig acquired this priceless manuscript at the end of 2016, making it

possible for the first time to reunite the original performance material

and the handwritten score of a Bach chorale cantata. Our facsimile

edition complements the edition of BWV 20 presented by James

Webster almost 50 years ago in volume I/15 of the New Bach Edition.

• Autograph score reunited with

the original parts

• Limited edition of 250 copies

• With a Commentary by

Peter Wollny (Ger/Eng)

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“The story of my love ...

my torments, my harrowing

dreams”

Hector Berlioz

The seal is used exclusively for facsimile

editions published by Bärenreiter which

meet the highest demands in both scholarly

and technical terms.

Features include:

• Facsimile in high-quality colour printing

• Scholarly commentary

Love and insanity, tenderness and vulgarity

bordering on the grotesque: Hector Berlioz

never avoided extremes, neither in his life nor in

his oeuvre. His entire Symphonie fantastique is

pervaded by a musical “idée fixe” representing

a woman he adored. The symphony brought

about his breakthrough and has remained

popular ever since.

The impact of his masterly approach to

composition, especially in the treatment of

the orchestration, could still be felt in the 20 th

century. Berlioz revised the work for years

before it finally reached its definitive version.

New Issue Title

204 159–163 IV IV 164–170 205

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Faksimile Berlioz

He entered many of these changes in the

autograph score, which was also used for

performances, by pasting strips of paper

over the bars or parts in question.

Hugh Macdonald, General Editor of the

New Berlioz Edition, explains the work’s

genesis and presents particular passages

from each movement.

This facsimile edition, in high-quality four-colour

reproduction, presents the manuscript as it is

today – with strips of paper that can be folded

out, making both versions visible.

Hector Berlioz:

Symphonie

fantastique op. 14

Facsimile of the autograph score

held in the Bibliothèque

nationale de France

With a Commentary

by Hugh Macdonald

Documenta musicologica II/53

approx. 290 pp. of facsimile

and 20 pp. of Commentary

(Eng/Ger/Fr)

Half-leather binding

BVK 1601

approx € 695.00

To appear in November 2017

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Complete Editions

New publications up to May 2017

Concentus Musicus, Volume XVI

Niccolò Piccinni, La buona figliuola

Edited by Francesco Paolo Russo

BA 8392-01

The Bohuslav Martinů

Complete Edition, Series VI/2, Volume 3

Cantatas on texts by Miloslav Bureš

Edited by Vít Zouhar

BA 10575-01

Heinrich Schütz

New Edition of the Complete Works,

Volume 36

Polychoral Church Concertos

Edited by Claudia Theis

BA 4488-01

New Edition of the Complete Works,

Volume 1

Historia der Geburt Jesu Christi SWV 435

New revised edition. Edited by Bettina Varwig

BA 5953-01

Georg Philipp Telemann

Musical Works, Volume 65

Music for Church Consecrations II

Edited by Wolfgang Hirschmann

BA 7815-01

New Issue Title

Music example from: Schütz, New Edition of the Complete

Works, Volume 1: Historia der Geburt Jesu Christi SWV 435

BA 5953-01

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Opera

Tracking down an enigma

of music history

L’incoronazione di Poppea, Claudio Monteverdi’s final opera, had

a formative impact on the evolution of this genre. Yet its convoluted

source situation makes it one of music history’s great enigmas. There

are practically no references to the original version that Monteverdi

performed in Venice in 1643, as the score has not survived.

To celebrate the 450 th anniversary of Monteverdi’s birth, this operatic

masterpiece is appearing in an edition close to the presumed original.

The new edition is based on the score prepared in Venice and found

among the possessions of Francesco Cavalli.

This scholarly edition came about due to a remarkable project at the

University of North Texas; it was compiled and edited by Hendrik

Schulze and his students on the basis of the latest research findings

concerning source evaluation, performance practice and the historical

context.

Claudio Monteverdi:

L’incoronazione

di Poppea

Opera regia

• Detailed Introduction to questions regarding sources and

interpretation (Eng/Ger)

• Extensive critical apparatus (Eng)

• Libretto edited by Nicola Badolato with text translations

(Ital/Eng/Ger)

• Appendix with alternative readings from the Naples source

Bärenreiter Urtext

Edited by Hendrik Schulze et. al.

Score

BA 8792 · approx. € 110.00

To appear in November 2017

Vocal score in preparation

Performance material

(performance score and continuo

part) available on hire

ISMN 979-0-006-53309-1

9790006533091

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Orchestra

Classical masterpiece

in a new Urtext edition

Bedřich Smetana:

Šárka

Symphonic Poem

for Orchestra

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Hugh Macdonald

Score

BA 11532 · approx. € 34.95

To appear in December 2017

Performance material

available on hire

ISMN 979-0-2601-0804-2

9790260108042

New Issue Title

Already published:

Bedřich Smetana:

Vltava (The Moldau)

BA 9558 Score · € 39.95

Performance material

available New Issue on Title sale

Composed in January–February 1875, Šárka is the third symphonic

poem in Smetana’s six-part cycle Má vlast (My Fatherland). He first

published it in a version for piano-duet issued by publisher Urbánek

in 1880. The score of the first edition did not appear in print until

1888, four years after Smetana’s death.

Owing to the many errors in the first edition, Hugh Macdonald has

based this new edition on the autograph score with annotations

by Adolf Čech, who conducted the premiere on 17 March 1877. The

autograph and print of the piano-duet version served as additional

sources.

• Classical masterpiece of Czech music in a new scholarly-critical

edition

• Follows on from Hugh Macdonald’s Urtext edition of Vltava

(The Moldau)

• Detailed Foreword by Smetana expert Olga Mojžíšová

(Eng/Cz/Ger) and Critical Commentary by the editor (Eng)

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Orchestra

Continuing the publication

of the Haydn symphonies

Joseph Haydn:

Symphony in C major

Hob. I: 90

URTEXT

Edited by Andreas Friesenhagen

Haydn’s Symphony in C major Hob. I: 90, dated 1788 in the

autograph, belongs to a group of works that he composed between

the Paris symphonies (Hob. I: 82–87) and the London symphonies

(Hob. I: 93–104). It thus belongs to the last symphonies he wrote

before his journeys to England in 1791–92 and 1794–95.

Continuing the collaboration between Bärenreiter and the G. Henle

publishing company regarding Haydn's large-scale choral works,

operas and symphonies, this edition is based on the G. Henle

Complete Edition of the Works of Joseph Haydn. With Symphony

No. 90, Bärenreiter has now published the complete performance

material for all the symphonies from Nos. 82 to 104 as well as several

Sturm und Drang symphonies.

• Based on the G. Henle Complete Edition of the Works of Joseph Haydn

• Orchestral parts in a large format (25.5 x 32.5 cm)

ISMN 979-0-006-56462-0

9790006564620 New Issue Title

Score

BA 10981 · approx. € 35.95

Wind set

BA 10981-65 · approx. € 46.95

Violin I BA 10981-74 · approx. € 9.95

Violin II BA 10981-75 · approx. € 9.95

Viola BA 10981-79 · approx. € 9.95

Violoncello BA 10981-82 · approx. € 9.95

Double bass BA 10981-85 · approx. € 9.95

To appear in August 2017

More new Haydn repertoire:

Joseph Haydn

Late Piano Sonatas

Edited by Bernhard Moosbauer

and Holger M. Stüwe

With notes on performance practice

and fingerings by Rebecca Maurer

BA 10804 · approx. € 24.50

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