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The Musicians’ Choice

The Programme

New Publications

I/2018: January–June 2018

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Contents

Piano

Beethoven: All piano sonatas for the Beethoven

Year 2020.......................................................................3–6

Three Sonatas in E-flat major, F minor,

D major (WoO 47) “Kurfürsten Sonatas“.

BA 11801...............................................................................4

Sonata in E minor op. 90. BA 11809................................ 5

Mozart: The Music Books of Mozart and His Sister.

BA 9177................................................................................7

Schubert: Sonata in G major op. 78 – D 894.

BA 9615.......................................................................... 8–9

Dvořák: Concerto in G minor for Piano and Orchestra

op. 33. BA 10420..............................................................10

Smetana: Macbeth. BA 11537...............................................11

Ragtime by Scott Joplin. Ready to Play. BA 10644.... 12–13

BartÓk: Easy Piano Pieces and Dances. BA 6587.... 14–15

Orchestra

Dvořák: Concerto in G minor for Piano and Orchestra

op. 33. BA 10420..............................................................10

Dvořák: Symphony No. 8 in G major. BA 10418............ 16

Suk: Symphony “Asrael” op. 27. BA 9532......................... 17

Smetana: From Bohemia's Woods and Fields.

BA 11533.............................................................................. 18

Haydn: Symphony in G major Hob. I:81. BA 10983..... 19

Debussy: Images for Orchestra. BA 7888...................... 22

Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Concerto in E minor

for Violin and Orchestra op. 64. BA 9099..........24–25

Claude Debussy Year 2018......................20–21

Strings / Chamber Music

Debussy: Works for Violin and Piano. BA 9444...........23

Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Concerto in E minor

for Violin and Orchestra op. 64. BA 9099..........24–25

ŠevČík: Forty Variations for the Violin op. 3

BA 11521.......................................................................26–27

Bach: Six Suites for Violoncello solo

BWV 1007–1012. BA 5257, BA 5258..................... 28–29

Christmas for Beginner String Ensembles. BA 10689.... 30

Speckert: 27 Miniatures for String Trio. BA 10647....... 31

Janáček: Youth (Mládí). Arrangement

for String Quartet. BA 11543, TP 521..........................32

Brahms: Piano Quintet in F minor op. 34. BA 10915....33

Complete Editions.......................................... 34–36

Flute

Saint-Saëns: The Carnival of the Animals

for two Flutes. BA 10926............................................. New Issue Title

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Choir

Choral Scores

Mendelssohn Bartholdy: St. Paul op. 36.

BA 9071-91 .................................................................38

Fauré: Messe de Requiem op. 48. BA 9461-91....... 38

Rossini: Petite Messe solennelle. BA 10501-91...... 38

Scores

Haydn: Missa in Angustiis “Nelson Mass”

Hob. XXII:11. BA 4660-02........................................39

Mozart: Requiem K. 626. BA 4538-02..................... 40

Handel: The Messiah HWV 56. BA 4012-02.......... 40

Vocal Score

Bach: St. Matthew Passion BWV 244.

BA 5038-90.................................................................41

Facsimile

Bach: Christmas Oratorio BWV 248.

ISBN 978-3-7618-2448-1......................................... 42–43

Organ

Bach: Organ Works, Volume 1: Little Organ Book.

BA 5261.......................................................................44–45

Bach: Organ Works, Volume 9: Organ Chorales

from the Neumeister Collection. BA 5269............46

Franck: Complete Works for Organ

and for Harmonium, Volume 1: BA 9291................ 47

Glazunov: Complete Organ Works. BA 11222...............48

Stoiber: Fascination Organ Improvisation.

BA 11241.............................................................................49

Jazz Inspirations for Organ 4. BA 11210..........................50

Szathmáry: Sense of Rhythm for Organ and

Percussion. organova, Volume 11. BA 11247 ............51

Webern: Variations für Klavier op. 27.

organova, Volume 12. BA 11248.................................. 52

Szathmáry: Mors et Vita for Great Organ.

organova, Volume 13. BA 11249 ................................. 53

Contemporary Music......................................... 54

Vocal Scores / Opera

Handel: Parnasso in festa per gli sponsali di Teti

e Peleo HWV 73. BA 10718-90.................................... 55

Rameau: Daphnis et Églé, RCT 34. BA 8862-90...........56

Solo Voice

Michna: The Czech Lute. H 8040 ................................... 57

Rameau: Airs d'opéra. Dessus vol. 3: BA 9193,

Dessus vol. 4: BA 9194..........................................58–59

Your Contacts......................................................... 60

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Piano

All the Beethoven

piano sonatas in

Bärenreiter Urtext

editions

The year 2020 marks the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig

van Beethoven. By then all of his piano sonatas will be available

in high-quality cutting edge Bärenreiter Urtext editions, edited

by Jonathan Del Mar.

Del Mar, a worldwide authority and acclaimed Beethoven

specialist, has meticulously examined every available source and

evaluated many impressions of prints issued during Beethoven’s

lifetime. The works appear with a musical text at the forefront

of musical scholarship, accompanied by a Critical Commentary

covering all alternative readings and editorial decisions.

It need hardly be added that each edition contains an elegant and

spacious engraving and practical page turns, the emphasis always

being to reflect the character of the music in the best possible

way. Detailed Introductions on the genesis and significance of

each work are supplemented by valuable suggestions regarding

period performance practice.

Jonathan Del Mar (*1951) is a conductor and musicologist. His

edition of Beethoven’s nine symphonies, likewise published by

Bärenreiter (1996-2000), caused a sensation and has been used

by leading conductors ever since. Further Bärenreiter Urtext

editions of Beethoven’s works have been edited by Del Mar

including the Piano Concertos and Triple Concerto, the Cello

Sonatas and several string quartets. He has also produced fine

Urtext editions of Dvořák’s Cello Concerto and Symphony No. 7

as well as the Elgar Cello Concerto.

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Piano

“An excellent composition

by a young genius”

Ludwig van Beethoven:

Three Sonatas

in E-flat major,

F minor, D major

for Pianoforte (WoO 47)

“Kurfürsten Sonatas”

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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 11801 · approx. € 13.95

To appear in May 2018

These pieces, known as the Kurfürsten Sonatas, were composed in

1783 while Beethoven was still studying with Christian Gottlob Neefe

in Bonn. Announced as an “excellent composition by a young genius”,

these three impressive and technically challenging sonatas are still

fully beholden to the style of C. P. E. Bach and the Mannheim School.

For students, they offer an ideal introduction to the early classical

sonata repertoire and train brilliance in piano technique.

• Scholarly-critical Urtext edition at the cutting edge of scholarship

• Spacious engraving with practical page turns

• Perfect for teaching

• Informative Introduction (Eng/Ger)

• Valuable notes on period performance practice (Eng/Ger)

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Piano

A lyrical masterpiece

by Beethoven

Ludwig van Beethoven:

Sonata in E minor

for Pianoforte op. 90

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Edited by Jonathan Del Mar

It was not until 1814, five years after the Sonata op. 81 “Les Adieux”,

that Beethoven, then at the height of his popularity during the

Congress of Vienna, returned to the piano sonata. The highly lyrical

Sonata in E minor, the last piano sonata from his middle period,

consists of two movements with solely German tempo marks and is

dedicated to his piano-playing friend and patron, Moritz Count von

Lichnowsky. In terms of technical difficulty regarding Beethoven’s

later piano sonatas, this sonata is one of the more accessible for

advanced students.

With an Introduction by Misha Donat

and notes on performance practice

by Jonathan Del Mar and

Misha Donat

BA 11809 · approx. € 7.95

To appear in June 2018

• Well-suited for advanced student lessons

• Scholarly-critical Urtext edition at the forefront of musical

scholarship

• All known sources taken into account

• Elegant musical engraving with optimal page turns

• Valuable notes on period performance practice (Eng/Ger)

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Piano

Beethoven piano sonatas

in Bärenreiter Urtext editions

Already published:

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

BA 10859 · € 25.95

Grande Sonate in E-flat major op. 7

BA 11802 · € 7.95

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

Grande Sonate in A-flat major op. 26 “Funeral March”

BA 11804 · € 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 “Tempest”, E-flat major op. 31

BA 11805 · € 21.95

Two Sonatas in G minor, G major op. 49 “Sonates faciles”

BA 10858 · € 7.95

Grande Sonate in C major op. 53 “Waldstein”

BA 10856 · € 9.95

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

Lebewohl, Abwesenheit und Wiedersehn.

Sonata in E-flat major op. 81a “Les Adieux”

BA 11808 · € 7.95

Sonate in A major op. 101

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Piano

The only complete

edition

Wolfgang Amadeus

Mozart:

The Music Books of

Mozart and His Sister

for Piano

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Until now the edition The Music Books of Mozart and His Sister has

only been available as part of the boxed set of Mozart’s œuvre for

piano (BA 5749) which has gone out of print. Now, for the first time,

it can be purchased separately. Based on the New Mozart Edition,

this is the only publication to contain all the pieces, sketches and

fragments found in the notebooks. The Foreword by the great Mozart

scholar Wolfgang Plath provides valuable information on the pieces

themselves and on the question of their authorship; besides Mozart’s

earliest juvenilia, some of which formed the basis of later

compositions, the notebooks also contain works by Leopold Mozart

and other composers. Facsimile illustrations from the autographs

convey a lively picture of this collection of easy to moderately

difficult keyboard pieces ideally suited for teaching purposes.

Edited by Wolfgang Plath

BA 9177 · approx. € 25.95

To appear in May 2018

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• Scholarly-critical Urtext edition based on the New Mozart Edition

• Only complete edition of the Mozart siblings’ notebooks

• Ideal for teaching purposes: easy to moderately difficult

• Numerous facsimile illustrations

ISMN 979-0-006-52992-6

9790006529926

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Piano

New engraving of Schubert’s

Fantasy Sonata in G major

Franz Schubert:

Sonata in G major

for Piano op. 78 – D 894

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Edited by Walburga Litschauer

With notes on performance practice

by Mario Aschauer

BA 9615 · approx. € 14.95

(replaces BA 5630)

To appear in January 2018

Schubert’s tuneful and buoyant Sonata in G major was published in

April 1827 as a “Fantasy or Sonata”, to quote the heading of its first

movement. The first reviewer noted that “the beloved and talented

Lieder composer has presented the music world with a fantasy in

which he lets his inventiveness loose. He presents the pianist with

a harmonic indulgence without however amassing too many

difficulties to complicate the execution”.

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ISMN 979-0-006-56214-5

9790006562145

Our scholarly-critical Urtext edition, based on the definitive New

Schubert Edition, presents the sonata in a spacious new engraving

with practical page turns. The work is introduced by an updated

Foreword (Ger/Eng) and detailed notes on key questions of

performance practice, e.g. pedalling and Schubert’s characteristic

way of writing accents. Rounding off the edition is a Critical

Commentary (Eng) containing alternative readings of relevance to

the performer. Schubert’s rejected initial version of the second

movement can be accessed via the Bärenreiter website.

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Piano

Further piano works by Schubert, newly engraved, with notes

on performance practice and revised Forewords:

Franz Schubert

Moments Musicaux op. 94 – D 780

BA 9647 · € 8.75

Impromptus op. 90 – D 899, op. post. 142 – D 935

BA 9648 · € 10.95

Late Piano Pieces

BA 9634 · € 10.25

Fantasies

BA 10862 · € 18.50

Fantasy in C major “Wanderer Fantasy” op. 15 D 760

BA 10870 · € 8.95

Sonata in C minor D 858

BA 10869 · € 12.95

Sonata in A major D 959

BA 10861 · € 11.95

Sonata in B-flat major D 960

BA 10860 · € 11.50

Works for Piano Duet III

BA 9645 · € 30.95

• Scholarly-critical Urtext editions based on the

New Schubert Edition

• Spacious new engravings with practical page turns

• Detailed notes on historical performance practice (Ger/Eng)

• Updated Forewords (Ger/Eng) and Critical Commentaries (Eng)

• Schubert’s rejected versions of individual movements

accessible on the Bärenreiter website

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Piano

Dvořák’s Piano Concerto

in its authentic form

Antonín Dvořák:

Concerto in G minor for

Piano and Orchestra op. 33

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Edited by Robbert van Steijn

Score

BA 10420 · approx. € 59.00

(replaces H 1790)

Piano reduction by Karel Šolc

BA 10420-90 · approx. € 24.95

(replaces H 1780)

Performance material

available on hire

To appear in April 2018

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Composed in 1876, Dvořák’s only piano concerto has been

overshadowed by his other two concertos, for violin and violoncello,

respectively. Performers and editors have often attempted to

upgrade this pianistically unassuming work by adding stylisations of

their own. Our Urtext edition revaluates the sources, frees the work

from subsequent interventions and presents it to full advantage in its

authentic form.

The principal source of our new edition is the first complete print

issued by the publisher Hainauer in 1883, which has been meticulously

collated with the autograph. The anonymous original piano reduction

is so full of mistakes that editor Robbert van Steijn decided instead to

present the version by Karel Šolc.

ISMN 979-0-2601-0839-4

9790260108394

BA 10420-90

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ISMN 979-0-2601-0838-7

9790260108387

BA 10420

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• New Urtext edition of Dvořák’s only piano concerto

• Foreword by Dvořák scholar David R. Beveridge (Eng/Cz/Ger)

• Commentary on performance practice by Czech pianist

Ivo Kahánek (Eng/Cz/Ger)

• Piano reduction by Karel Šolc adapted to fit this new edition

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Piano

Virtuoso concert piece

Bedřich Smetana:

Macbeth

Smetana’s piano sketch Macbeth, also known as Macbeth and the

Witches, after William Shakespeare’s tragedy, originated in 1859 while

the composer was living in Sweden. Some scholars believe that it was

meant to be scored for full orchestra.

The work’s dark and gloomy mood is connected with the death of

Smetana’s wife Katharina on 19 April 1859. Macbeth only appeared in

print posthumously in 1912. It soon entered the piano repertoire, and in

the course of the 20 th century it was scored for orchestra by Otakar

Jeremiáš and for piano and orchestra by Jarmil Burghauser. Our

Urtext edition proceeds from the only surviving source, Smetana’s

pencil sketch. The editor has added as little as possible to the musical

text in order to faithfully recreate the challenge of performing a

sketch. Missing rests and rhythmic ‘anomalies’ have been left as in

the autograph.

• Virtuoso concert piece in the “Liszt style”

• New Urtext edition

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

by the editor

Sketch for the scene of

Macbeth and the Witches

after Shakespeare

for Piano

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Edited by Jarmila Gabrielová

BA 11537 · approx. € 11.95

(replaces H 7322)

To appear in June 2018

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ISMN 979-0-2601-0837-0

9790260108370

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For the 150 th birthday

of Scott Joplin in 2018

Ragtime

by Scott Joplin

Edited by Jean Kleeb

with fingering by the editor

BA 10644 · € 14.95

Already published, not announced in

previous New Publications Bulletins

“It’s never right to play Ragtime fast.” (Scott Joplin)

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Most listeners associate “ragtime” with the music of Scott Joplin, one

of the earliest African-American composers to straddle the divide

between classical and popular music. It was Joplin who brought this

musical style to the pinnacle of perfection.

The term “ragtime” stems from “ragged time” and describes the contrast

between the sprightly syncopated melodies in the right hand

and the accentuated “oom-pah” bass in the left.

This collection offers a deeper insight into Joplin’s art; a combination

of folk music, African rhythms and classical piano music. Jean Kleeb

has simplified the works and added fingering.

ISMN 979-0-006-56432-3

9790006564323

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From the contents:

Maple Leaf Rag / The Entertainer / The Strenuous Life / Eugenia /

Original Rags / Bethena / Solace, a Mexican Serenade

• Edition in celebration of Joplin’s 150 th anniversary in 2018

• 7 typical and well-known pieces in their entirety

• Difficult passages are simplified

• With fingering

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Zeitgenössische Musik

Already published:

Flute Classics

for Flute and Guitar

Beautiful Adagios

BA 10610 · € 13.95

9 Pieces for two Violins

BA 10615 · € 13.50

Introduction to the

Great Composers

Classic Hits

for Violin and Viola

for Violin and Piano

BA 10633 · € 11.95

BA 10626 · € 14.50

Kids in Concert

Violin Classics

for two Violins

10 piano pieces for children

BA 10602 · € 8.95

BA 10607 · € 13.95

Flauto con spirito

Modern Grooves

Christmas Hits

for two Violoncellos

BA 10612 · € 10.25

for recorder quartet

BA 10603 · € 13.95

Romantic Hits

Christmas Hits

for two Flutes

for two Flutes

BA 10643 · € 12.95

BA 10634 · € 11.50

The Roots of Jazz

Classic Hits

for 2 Cellos

for Violin and Violoncello

BA 10606 · € 13.95

BA 10611 · € 13.95

Tango Classics

Classic Hits

for 2 Flutes

for Violin and Piano

BA 10614 · € 13.50

BA 10613 · € 13.95

Tango Classics

for Cello and Piano

Classic Hits

BA 10632 · € 14.95

for two Clarinets

BA 10636 · € 12.95

Folk for two Violins

BA 10624 · € 14.50

Schabbes, Schabbes

Klezmer for 3 Clarinets

BA 10635 · € 11.50

Tango & Co

for Accordion

BA 10617 · € 14.50

Baila Negra

13 new Latin-American

piano pieces

BA 10604 · € 13.95

Jazzy Piano

BA 10627 · € 13.50

The English Dancing Master

for Recorder (Flute) and Piano

BA 10609 · € 14.95

The Music of an Irish Harper

for Recorder (Flute) and Piano

BA 10608 · € 14.95

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Piano

With pieces never

edited before

Béla BartÓk:

Easy Piano Pieces

and Dances

Edited by Michael Töpel

with fingering by the editor

BA 6587 · approx. € 11.50

To appear in May 2018

Bartók’s voluminous output for the piano contains a great many

exquisite masterpieces at every level of difficulty. This collection

gathers together easy to moderately difficult pieces, including a wide

variety of dance forms and folk-music miniatures. Players can coax

magical sounds from the instrument using a varied refinement of touch

such as silently depressed keys or can even play in two keys at once

(bitonality). In addition, all of this provides a stimulus for improvisation.

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ISMN 979-0-006-55801-8

This collection is a welcome addition to the repertoire used in music

schools and private lessons and will, of course, appeal to all lovers of

Bartók’s music. Besides familiar works, it also contains several that

have never before been edited. Two pieces handed down as

fragments have been judiciously completed by the editor. Care has

been taken to provide a spacious engraving and practical page turns.

9790006558018

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• Easy to moderately difficult pieces with fingering

• Ideal for teaching purposes

• Several pieces edited for the first time

• Spacious engraving with practical page turns

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Piano

“The series of Easy Pieces and Dances by the Classical masters, carefully edited by Michael

Töpel, is an ideal starting point for students and teachers, and a refreshing addition to the

usual anthologies.” “A boon to piano teachers …” (Piano Journal)

Already published:

Johann Sebastian Bach

BA 6572 € 11.50

Ludwig van Beethoven

BA 6560 € 11.50

Johannes Brahms

BA 6566 € 11.50

Frédéric Chopin

BA 6565 € 11.50

Claude Debussy

BA 6573 € 11.50

Edvard Grieg

BA 6575 € 11.50

George Frideric Handel

BA 6578 € 11.50

Joseph Haydn

BA 4631 € 11.50

Franz Liszt

BA 6577 € 11.50

Bohuslav Martinů

BA 9586 € 11.50

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy

BA 6568 € 11.50

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

BA 5327 € 11.50

Maurice Ravel

BA 6580 € 11.50

Erik Satie

BA 6574 € 11.50

Franz Schubert

BA 5639 € 11.50

Robert Schumann

BA 6567 € 11.50

Peter Tschaikowsky

BA 6576 € 11.50

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Orchestra

A critical edition – finally

Antonín Dvořák:

Symphony No. 8

in G major

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Edited by Jonathan Del Mar

Score

BA 10418 · approx. € 69.00

Critical Commentary

BA 10418-40 · approx. € 36.95

Wind set

BA 10418-65 · approx. € 98.00

Violin I BA 10418-74 approx. € 6.95

Violin II BA 10418-75 approx. € 6.95

Viola BA 10418-79 approx. € 6.95

Violoncello BA 10418-82 approx. € 6.95

Double bass BA 10418-85 approx. € 6.95

To appear in April 2018

The performance material available up till now for Dvořák’s sun-filled

cheerful Symphony no. 8 has been notorious for its myriad mistakes.

The challenge of correcting it has now been taken over by the editor

Jonathan Del Mar. He has taken into account the engraver’s copy,

which was actually discovered in a trash bin at Novello’s in 1964.

Its title page bears the words “Copied from my original manuscript”

in Dvořák’s hand. This source proves that many of the readings

contained in the first edition and faithfully adopted in all subsequent

editions, were simply slips of the copyist’s pen.

This new edition with score and orchestral parts in an enlarged

format is accompanied by a detailed Critical Commentary on the

sources and alternative readings. It also contains important facsimile

pages to clarify problematical readings.

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ISMN 979-0-006-56464-4

• Score and orchestral parts in an enlarged format

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

9790006564644

on sources and alternative readings

BA 10418

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• With facsimile pages

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Orchestra

Funeral symphony for

Dvořák and his daughter

Josef Suk:

Symphony “Asrael”

op. 27

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Edited by Jonáš Hájek

Roughly eight months after the death of Antonín Dvořák (1 May 1904),

his son-in-law Josef Suk began to compose a funeral symphony. While

he was working on it fate struck a second time with the death of his

beloved wife, Otilie. He dedicated the five-movement symphony to

Dvořák and his daughter Otilie and named it after the Old Testament

Angel of Death “Asrael”.

The principal source for our edition is the first edition of the score

(1907), supplemented by the corrections Suk entered at the

suggestion of conductor Václav Talich (1921). The most significant

change was the expansion of the orchestra to include ad libitum parts

for the fifth and sixth horns.

• First scholarly-critical edition

• Includes Suk’s later corrections, including ad libitum parts for the

fifth and sixth horns

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

by the editor

Score

BA 9532 · approx. € 85.00

(replaces H 3978)

To appear in April 2018

Performance material

available on hire

“The fearsome Angel of Death struck

with his scythe a second time [...].

Such a misfortune either destroys a

man or brings to the surface all the

powers dormant in him. Music saved

me” (Josef Suk)

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ISMN 979-0-2601-0482-2

9790260104822

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Orchestra

A classical masterpiece

of Czech music

Bedřich Smetana:

From Bohemia’s

Woods and Fields

Symphonic Poem

for Orchestra

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Edited by Hugh Macdonald

Score

BA 11533 · approx. € 36.95

Performance material available

on hire

To appear in May 2018

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The first four symphonic poems from Smetana’s six-part cycle

Má vlast (My Country) were written in 1874–75 and arranged for piano

duet shortly after the completion of the fourth part, From Bohemia’s

Woods and Fields. All six parts were issued for the first time by the

publisher Urbánek, beginning with the piano duet arrangements

(1879-80).

The score of From Bohemia’s Woods and Fields was published by

Urbánek in 1881. Owing to its many misprints, Hugh Macdonald has

based his new edition on the autograph score while consulting the

first edition as well as the autograph and print of the composer’s

own version for piano duet.

ISMN 979-0-2601-0805-9

9790260108059

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• Classical masterpiece of Czech music in a new Urtext edition

• Follows upon Hugh Macdonald’s Urtext editions of Vltava

(The Moldau) and Šárka

• Detailed Foreword by Smetana authority Olga Mojžíšová

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

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Orchestra

Performance material

for Haydn symphony

Joseph Haydn:

Symphony in G major

Hob. I:81

URTEXT

Edited by Sonja Gerlach and

Sterling E. Murray

Haydn’s Symphony in G major Hob. I:81 comes from a series of three

symphonies completed in late 1784 (nos. 81, 80 and 79, presumably in

that order). No autograph score survives for Hob. I:81, thus our Urtext

edition is based on copyists’ manuscripts and first editions. As with

so many of his symphonies, Haydn wrote this one to provide new

music for his employer, Prince Nicolaus Esterházy.

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. Bärenreiter has now published

the complete performance material for several Sturm und Drang

symphonies and all the London and Paris symphonies (Nos. 81 to 104).

Score

BA 10983 · approx. € 34.95

Wind set

BA 10983-65 · approx. € 46.95

Violin I BA 10983-74 approx. € 9.50

Violin II BA 10983-75 approx. € 9.50

Viola BA 10983-79 approx. € 9.50

Violoncello BA 10983-82 approx. € 9.50

Double bass BA 10983-85 approx. € 9.50

To appear in March 2018

• Based on the G. Henle Complete Edition of the

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

9790006565573

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Debussy Year 2018

from: Préludes · BA 10818

New Issue Title

from: String Quartet · TP 414

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Cover scan of Debussy’s “La Mer”, first edition: © British Library Board shelfmark h.1235.(3.) • Excerpts from “La Mer” & “L’apres midi d’un faune”: © Bibliothèque nationale de France

Sample page from Bärenreiter edition: Préludes 1 (BA 10818), ”La fille aux cheveux de lin” • Photo of Debussy: ca. 1908 by Félix Nadar

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sole judge of wha

harmonically.

Aaron Copland

Debussy Year 2018

Claude Debussy

Editions by Bärenreiter

Piano

Children's Corner

BA 8767 € 8.50

Deux Arabesques

BA 8768 € 7.25

Images 1 re série

BA 10821 Vol. 1 € 11.95

Images 2 e série

BA 10822 Vol. 2 € 11.95

Préludes 1 er livre

BA 10818 Vol. 1 € 17.95

Pour le piano

BA 8770 € 8.75

Suite bergamasque

BA 8769 € 8.75

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

BA 6573 € 11.50

Strings

Première Rhapsodie

for Clarinet in Bb and Piano

BA 7897-90 € 13.95

Study Scores

La Mer

TP 780 € 16.50

String Quartet

TP 414 € 15.50

Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune

TP 841 € 8.50

Orchestral Works

La Mer

BA 7880 € 87.00

Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune

BA 8841 € 25.95

Première Rhapsodie for Orchestra

with Solo Clarinet in Bb

BA 7897 € 22.95

“comme une buée irisée”

“wie schillernder Dunst”

“like an iridescent mist”

“comme un tendre et triste regret”

“wie ein zärtliches und trauriges Gefühl des Bedauerns”

“like a tender and sad feeling of regret”

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“comme une buée irisée”

“wie schillernder Dunst”

“like an iridescent mist”

“comme une buée irisée”

“wie schillernder Dunst”

“like an iridescent mist”

DEBUSSY

YEAR DEBUSSY 2018

YEAR 2018

“comme un tendre et triste regret”

“wie ein zärtliches und trauriges Gefühl des Bedauerns”

“like a tender and sad feeling of regret”

“comme un tendre et triste regret”

“wie ein zärtliches und trauriges Gefühl des Bedauerns”

“like a tender and sad feeling of regret”

1862 – 1918

1862 – 1918

Debussy’s music: sensuous – evocative – p

Debussy … was the first

composer of our time who

dared Debussy to make … was his the ear first the

sole composer judge of our what time was who good

harmonically.

dared to make his ear the

Aaron sole judge Copland of what was good

harmonically.

Aaron Copland

Debussy’s music: sensuous – evocative – pioneering

Debussy’s music: sensuous – evocative – pioneering



Sonata for Violoncello and Piano

BA 9412 € 12.95

String Quartet

BA 9414 € 29.95

Winds

Syrinx for Flute solo

BA 8733 € 5.95

Deux Arabesques for four Flutes

BA 6896 € 14.50

Children's Corner for Flute, Oboe,

Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon

BA 6876 € 28.50

Notes

The Musicians' Choice

Format: A6, 32 pages, binding stapled

BA 8100-27 € 0.75

(Minimum order quantity: 10 copies)

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Poster Claude Debussy

Format: A1 long (42 cm x 118.8 cm)

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Cover scan of Debussy’s “La Mer”, first edition: © British Library Board shelfmark h.1235.(3.) • Excerpts from “La Mer” & “L’apres midi d’un faune”: © Bibliothèque nationale de France

Sample page from Bärenreiter edition: Préludes 1 (BA 10818), ”La fille aux cheveux de lin” • Photo of Debussy: ca. 1908 by Félix Nadar

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Orchestra

The first Urtext edition

of this masterpiece

Claude Debussy:

Images for Orchestra

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Hans Schellevis

Score

BA 7888 · approx. € 85.00

Wind set

BA 7888-65 · approx. € 399.00

Violin I BA 7888-74 approx. € 14.95

Violin II BA 7888-75 approx. € 14.95

Viola BA 7888-79 approx. € 14.95

Violoncello BA 7888-82 approx. € 14.95

Double bass BA 7888-85 approx. € 14.95

To appear in June 2018

Images is an impressionist orchestral work composed between 1905

and 1912 consisting of three movements entitled I Gigues, II Ibéria

and III Rondes de printemps.

Bärenreiter’s scholarly-critical edition is the very first Urtext edition

of this masterpiece. The previously available scores and parts are

rife with mistakes and inconsistencies that have spawned endless

debates among conductors and orchestral musicians about the

‘correct’ readings. The editor, Hans Schellevis, has consulted every

available source, including previously unknown proof sheets with

corrections from the composer that never found their way into the

first edition.

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The edition also has an Introduction with information on the work’s

history and genesis and a Critical Commentary describing the sources,

their interrelations and the readings.

BA 7888

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• Very first Urtext edition of this masterpiece

• Detailed Introduction (Eng/Fr/Ger) and Critical Commentary (Eng)

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Strings

Claude Debussy had difficulties finishing his last major work, the

Sonata for Violin and Piano. This can be seen in the many drafts

which have been handed down and the fact that the cycle for which

it was conceived was left unfinished. The melancholy work originated

under the impact of the First World War.

The first edition, published during the final year of Debussy’s life,

contains many rhythmic errors. The non-autograph metronome

marks and the discrepancies between the separate violin part and

the violin part in small print in the piano score are two problems that

have affected the work’s later reception. Both are examined here in a

fresh light.

In addition to the Sonata, this edition contains arrangements of

La fille aux cheveux de lin, Il pleure dans mon cœur and Minstrels

by the American violinist Arthur Hartmann. It was Hartmann who

inspired Debussy to make his own arrangement of the well-known

piano piece Minstrels, also included in our edition.

Claude Debussy:

Works for Violin

and Piano

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Douglas Woodfull-Harris

BA 9444 · approx. € 18.95

To appear in March 2018

Contents:

Sonata / Minstrels

Appendix:

Claude Debussy/Arthur Hartmann

Minstrels

La fille aux cheveux de lin

Il pleure dans mon cœur

• Debussy’s complete works for violin and piano

• With arrangements by Debussy’s acquaintance Hartmann

• Informative Foreword (Eng/Fr/Ger)

• Critical Commentary (Eng)

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Strings

Felix Mendelssohn

Bartholdy:

Concerto in E minor

for Violin and Orchestra

op. 64

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by R. Larry Todd

and Clive Brown

Piano reduction of the late version

BA 9099-90 · approx. € 21.95

(replaces BA 9050-90)

Performance Practices

in the Violin Concerto op. 64

and Chamber Music for Strings

of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy

(Text Eng/Ger)

BA 9060 · approx. € 15.50

Set of BA 9099-90 and BA 9060

at a special price

BA 9099-93 · approx. € 32.95

Lost proof sheets

sensationally unearthed

Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto op. 64, is a key work of the 19 th century,

adhering to the classical style of Beethoven while pointing the way

to the romantic ethos of Brahms. It has long been known that

Mendelssohn performed the work with three soloists in succession:

Ferdinand David, who worked closely with the composer during its

composition and played it at the première; the ‘child prodigy’ Joseph

Joachim; and Hubert Léonard, a young Belgian virtuoso about whom

little is known.

As proof sheets for the Violin Concerto in E minor were long

considered lost, it could be described as somewhat of a sensation

when proofs for the solo violin part resurfaced together with a letter

from Mendelssohn to Léonard.

The letter informs us that the composer invited Léonard to his home

in Frankfurt in order to make his acquaintance. It was already known

that Mendelssohn had given proof sheets to David; now we know

that he also gave some to Léonard.

Piano reduction

of the early and late versions

BA 9099-92 · approx. € 42.95

(replaces BA 9050-92)

Score of the early and late versions

BA 9099 · approx. € 60.00

(replaces BA 9050)

To appear in March 2018

The orchestral parts which are on sale

are fully compatible with the new edition

and have been left unchanged:

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Wind set BA 9050-65 € 67.00

Violin 1 BA 9050-74 € 8.50

Violin 2 BA 9050-75 € 8.50

Viola BA 9050-79 € 8.50

Violoncello BA 9050-82 € 8.50

Double bass BA 9050-85 New Issue € Title 8.50

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Strings

The recently discovered proofs reveal how Léonard played the

concerto with Mendelssohn on that memorable evening in February

1845. Besides containing bowing marks and fingering, they also show

how Léonard executed shifts of position and where he employed

open strings. Furthermore modifications made to dynamic markings

and additional legato bowing are shown.

It is safe to assume that all of this was done with Mendelssohn’s

approval. That the young violinist made a positive impression on the

composer is confirmed in the latter’s correspondence following their

joint performance. Mendelssohn is full of praise for Léonard’s playing

and offers to lend his support in finding employment in Germany.

This revised edition of the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto (only the

orchestral parts remain unchanged) includes a separate booklet on

performance practice.

The editor, Clive Brown, is an acknowledged expert on Romantic

performance practice.

• New source situation owing to recently rediscovered proofs

• Revised Urtext edition

• With a separate booklet on performance practice (Eng/Ger)

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ISMN 979-0-006-56433-0

ISMN 979-0-006-56574-0

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Strings

For training

the right hand

Otakar Ševčík:

Forty Variations

for the Violin op. 3

Edited by Pavel Kudelásek

BA 11521 · € 7.50

(replaces H 2627)

Already published, not announced in

previous New Publications Bulletins

Otakar Ševčik’s single-volume Forty Variations for the Violin occupies

a special position in his extensive oeuvre of teaching material. Here

he follows up on his systematic “step by step” work for the right hand,

which he covered in detail in his previous op. 2.

Nonetheless, this volume can be used as a self-contained unit,

enlivening the violinist’s daily regimen and offering a concise and

highly effective method for mastering the right hand, from elementary

exercises to virtuoso technique.

The editor, Pavel Kudelásek, is a teacher at the Prague Conservatory.

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ISMN 979-0-2601-0801-1

• New edition of another Ševčík opus for training the right hand

• A follow-up to School of Bowing Technique op. 2

• Foreword by the editor (Cz/Eng/Ger)

• Medium to high level of difficulty

9790260108011

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Strings

Already published:

Otakar Ševčík

Edited by Jaroslav Foltýn

School of Violin Technique op. 1

BA 9552 · € 7.50

BA 9553 · € 7.50

BA 9554 · € 7.50

BA 9555 · € 7.50

School of Bowing Technique op. 2

BA 9591 · € 9.95

BA 9592 · € 9.95

BA 9593 · € 9.95

Preparatory Trill Studies and the Development of Double-Stopping op. 7

BA 9556 · € 11.95

Changes of Position and Preparatory Scale Studies op. 8

BA 9557 · € 7.95

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Bärenreiter cello suite editions

Bach’s Cello Suites – an artistic and

editorial challenge

When you think cello, you think of Bach’s immortal cello suites.

Book 1

Musical

text

The suites take centre stage in the cello literature. They are timeless

and beautiful and accompany cellists from their student years up

through their professional career at the highest level.

Appropriately and not surprisingly there are countless editions of the

suites. But the composer’s autograph has not come down to us. It

is lost and this circumstance has always been a major challenge for

editors. The four surviving handwritten sources and the original first

edition of 1824 differ in many details, the articulation and phrasing

being particularly ambiguous.

Book 2

Facsimiles

At Bärenreiter, having published the New Bach Edition and presently

publishing the New Bach Edition-Revised, we feel particularly

committed to the cello suites. We have approached the editorial

problems from several angles and have published editions that meet

the needs of students and professional performers alike.

Bach Cello Suite editions available so far:

With

performance

markings

Six Suites for Violoncello solo BWV 1007-1012

New Bach Edition – Revised (NBArev), Volume 4

Book 1: The musical text in modern engraving

NBA

Book 2: This includes facsimiles of the handwritten sources and

the original print in synoptic form, including Bach’s own lute

arrangement of Suite V. Thus any particular passage can be

compared in all the sources at a glance.

Linen-bound editions (Books 1 + 2)

BA 5942-01 · € 398.00

Alle

Lesarten readings auf at

einen a glance Blick

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The standard Wenzinger edition – with historically informed

performance markings

BA 320 · € 15.95

The scholarly-critical edition (musical text in modern engraving,

text booklet, 5 facsimiles)

BA 5216 · € 46.50 (with text volume in English)

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The new Urtext addition

Soft-cover

Linenbound

This new edition, based on volume 4 of the New Bach Edition – Revised

(NBA rev ), now completes Bärenreiter’s collection of the cello suite editions.

Andrew Talle has fundamentally reassessed the relations between

the surviving sources and has drawn conclusions regarding their

evaluation and consequently the genesis of the suites. His

evaluations are augmented with thorough discussions of the

instrument for which the suites were conceived and the

interpretative practices in Bach's day.

The musical text of the edition is based on these findings.

It approaches the composer's original intentions as far as the sources

will permit. Details regarding articulation were deemed as being

viable and were added to the musical text if they appeared in the

majority of the sources. “This edition does not present a perfect

reconstruction of the lost autograph; no editor could claim to do so.

Instead, I have attempted to provide musicians and scholars with a

reliable version of the surviving musical text of the six cello suites

and to shed light on the options which the Bach sources offer.”

• Urtext edition with articulation by the editor on the basis of

intensive source comparison

• Musical text identical to the text in New Bach Edition – Revised

Volume 4, Book 1

• Detailed introduction (Ger/Eng)

• Promotional Flyer “Bach Cello Suites”, SPA 174 (Eng)

free of charge, to appear in February 2018

Johann Sebastian Bach:

Six Suites for Violoncello

solo BWV 1007-1012

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Andrew Talle

BA 5257 Soft-cover approx. € 24.95

BA 5258 Linen-bound approx. € 68.00

To appear in February 2018

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ISMN 979-0-006-56577-1

9 790006 565771

BA 5257 BA 5258

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ISMN 979-0-006-56578-8

9 790006 565788

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Strings

Easy repertoire

for Christmas

Christmas for Beginner

String Ensembles

(Pieces mostly

for two violins,

viola and violoncello)

Edited by Egon Sassmannshaus

and Christoph Jähne

BA 10689 · approx. € 7.50

To appear in June 2018

Christmas is a time for making music especially in ensembles.

This edition with its very easy arrangements for two violins, viola and

cello is ideal for beginner string players to get into the Christmas

spirit. The 27 pieces are based either on works of Baroque composers

such as Lully or Handel, or on traditional, mostly German, Christmas

carols. One of the pieces requires an additional violin, another a viola.

With their uncomplicated structure and accompanying parts which

tie in closely with the melody, these pieces encourage ensemble

playing from an early age.

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• Ideal for the youngest string ensembles

• Very easy level of difficulty

ISMN 979-0-006-56606-8

9790006566068

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Zeitgenössische Musik

Fun for string trios

George Speckert:

27 Miniatures

for String Trio

(2 Violins and Cello or

Violin, Viola and Cello)

Here is fresh material for young string ensembles presented by

George Speckert who is a master arranger for amateur orchestras.

Each of these 27 relatively short character pieces evokes a unique

mood in its very title: Brisk, Sad, Sunset and many more. When heard

in succession, the scenes sometimes unfold in the listeners’ minds like

in a movie.

The collection is perfect for creating short suites with an ad libitum

number of movements, and thus is ideal for school recitals, family

celebrations or street busking. These miniatures can also be used to

musically accompany literary readings or as soundtracks for video

sequences. The second violin part may also be played by a viola.

From the contents:

1. Brisk / 2. Sad / 3. Chase / 4. Pastoral / 5. A Slow Walk / 6. Turbulent /

7. In Stride / 8. Peaceful / 9. On the Run / 10. Sunset / and many more.

Ready to Play

Score with 4 parts

BA 10647 · approx. € 14.95

To appear in January 2018

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ISMN 979-0-006-56490-3

• 27 short pieces to be combined ad libitum

• Ideal for recitals

• Separate viola part included as a substitute for the second violin

9790006564903

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Chamber Music

Janáček’s wind sextet

arranged for string quartet

Leoš Janáček:

Youth (Mládí)

Arrangement

for String Quartet

Arranged by Kryštof Mařatka

Parts in slipcover

BA 11543 · approx. € 19.95

Study score

TP 521 · approx. € 19.95

To appear in January 2018

This piece reflects Janáček’s memories of childhood and youth in his

native Hukvaldy and the Augustinian Abbey in Brno. Kryštof Mařatka,

a Czech composer resident in France and a great admirer of Janáček,

has arranged the original version to produce a welcome addition to

the string quartet repertoire.

Youth for wind sextet, is a masterpiece from Janáček’s late period

(1924). Mařatka has successfully managed to transform the concise

winds’ sound that give this work its unique flavour into the timbre of

the strings, thereby creating a “third string quartet” of the composer.

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• Janáček’s wind sextet arranged for string quartet

• Welcome addition to the string quartet repertoire

• Foreword by the arranger (Cz/Eng/Ger)

9 790260 108516

TP 521

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9790260108509

BA 11543

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Chamber Music

New Urtext edition

Johannes Brahms:

Piano Quintet in F minor

op. 34

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Edited by Daniel Boomhower

BA 10915 · approx. € 42.95

Bärenreiter’s scholarly-critical edition of Brahms’ popular Quintet

in F minor for piano and strings contains everything a cutting edge

Urtext edition is meant to offer. It presents a solid and wellresearched

musical text based on Brahms’ autograph as well as the

first edition, and draws on the autograph of the two-piano version

(composed six years later) for purposes of comparison. The edition

also contains a discussion of the work’s historical context and

performance practice as well as a comprehensive Critical Commentary

with an evaluation of the sources and alternative readings.

The editor, Daniel Boomhower, deals with the conflicting readings

between the string parts in the autograph engraver’s copy and those

found in small print in the first published score as well as in the

separate parts for that edition. Relevant readings from the two-piano

version appear in the appendix of the Critical Commentary.

To appear in May 2018

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ISMN 979-0-006-55993-0

• New Bärenreiter Urtext edition

• Exhaustive study of conflicting readings

• Notes on performance practice (Eng/Ger)

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

9790006559930

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CARLO GESUALDO

PRINCIPE DI VENOSA

NEW GESUALDO EDITION

The Edition

The music of Carlo Gesualdo (1566–1613), Prince of

Venosa, has always sparked particular interest among

vocal polyphony experts. It is handed down in precious

part-book prints produced by two famous 16 th -century

printers: Vittorio Baldini, private printer of Ercole II

d’Este, Duke of Ferrara, and Giovanni Giacomo Carlino, a

well-known Neapolitan printer, whom Gesualdo asked to

move to his village to print his last three part-books.

Unfortunately, not all the first editions have survived in

their entirety, hence the need to examine the surviving

editions which immediately followed in order to

reconstruct the complete musical texts. These reprints

are also significant because they document the wide

circulation that the music of Gesualdo, in particular his

madrigals, enjoyed from the beginning. Indeed, these

editions come from what was the main Italian centre

of publishing at the time, namely Venice, and were

produced by the best known music printers:

Alessandro Gardano’s heirs and Bartolomeo Magni.

The Subscription

The edition will comprise twelve volumes.

They can be purchased individually or the whole series

can be subscribed to at reduced prices.

Each volume contains a Preface (Ital/Eng), a facsimile

section, a critical edition of the texts set to music

as well as a Critical Commentary (Ital/Eng).

Format 23 x 30 cm, linen-bound

The new critical edition

starts with a review of all the existing 16 th - and 17 th -

century prints, and proceeds to evaluate their degree

of authoritativeness. The very first editions are the

preferred sources, since they were all issued under

the direct supervision of Gesualdo.

Molinaro‘s partitura is also taken into account, for its

unquestionable historical significance and as evidence

of Gesualdo‘s reception in modern times.

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Please order the brochure

»New Gesualdo Edition« (Ital/Eng/Ger)

SPA 274 (in preparation)


2017

Publication Schedule

Beginning with the volume Madrigali a cinque voci.

Libro quinto which will be published in 2017,

approximately two volumes will appear per year.

Madrigali a cinque voci. Libro primo (Ferrara 1594)

Ed. Marco Dalla Sciucca BA 10381-01

Madrigali a cinque voci. Libro secondo (Ferrara 1594)

Ed. Marco Mangani BA 10382-01

Madrigali a cinque voci. Libro terzo (Ferrara 1595)

Ed. Francesco Saggio BA 10383-01

Madrigali a cinque voci. Libro quarto (Ferrara 1596)

Ed. Daniele Sabaino BA 10384-01

Madrigali a cinque voci. Libro quinto (Gesualdo 1611)

Ed. Maria Caraci Vela € 249.00 BA 10385-01

Madrigali a cinque voci. Libro sesto (Gesualdo 1611)

Ed. Antonio Delfino BA 10386-01

Sacrarum cantionum liber primus (a cinque voci)

(Napoli 1603)

Ed. Paolo Da Col and Rodobaldo Tibaldi BA 10387-01

Sacrarum cantionum liber primus (a sei e sette voci)

(Napoli, 1603)

Ed. Marc Busnel and Cristina Cassia BA 10388-01

Responsoria et alia ad Officium Hebdomadae Sanctae

spectantia (Gesualdo 1611)

Ed. Rodobaldo Tibaldi BA 10389-01

Miscellanea di brani apparsi in antologie e manoscritti.

Musica strumentale. Madrigali a sei voci (Napoli 1626)

Ed. Dinko Fabris and John Griffiths BA 10390-01

Bibliografia testuale

Ed. Francesco Saggio BA 10391-01

Regesto dei Documenti e Bibliografia generale

Ed. Agostino Ziino BA 10392-01

Scholarly Advisory Committee

Claudio Abbado † / Honorary Chairman

Glenn Watkins / Chairman

Maria Caraci Vela · Dinko Fabris · Iain Fenlon

Anthony Newcomb · Philippe Vendrix · Agostino Ziino

Executive Editors

Maria Caraci Vela · Dinko Fabris · Agostino Ziino

Advisers for the Edition of the Poetic Texts

Rino Caputo · Elio Durante · Anna Martellotti

Nicola Panizza

2018

The “New Gesualdo

Edition” is made possible

by the generous support

of the following

institutions:

Comitato per le

Celebrazioni Gesualdine –

Regione Basilicata

Fondazione Carlo Gesualdo

– Regione Campania

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Complete Editions

New publications up to November 2017

Niels W. Gade

Works, Series IV:9

Works for Mixed Choir

Edited by Bjarke Moe

BA 7628

Christoph Willibald Gluck

Complete Works

Series III, Volume 1:

Opera Serias handed down

in Fragments

Edited by Tanja Gölz

BA 5815-01

Jean-Philippe Rameau

Opera Omnia, OOR IV.22

Daphnis et Églé, RCT 34

Edited by Érik Kocevar

BA 8862

Georg Philipp Telemann

Musical Works, Volume 58

“Oratorio Cycle”

Edited by Ute Poetzsch

and Steffen Voss

BA 7809-01

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Music example from: Telemann, Musical Works, Vol. 58 · BA 7809-01

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Flute

The Carnival of the Animals

arranged for flutes

Camille Saint-Saëns:

The Carnival of the

Animals for two Flutes

Arranged by Jennifer Seubel

and Sally Beck

BA 10926 · approx. € 14.95

Camille Saint-Saëns’ The Carnival of the Animals is one of his most

popular works altogether. Yet during his lifetime he refused to publish

this orchestral piece for fear it would damage his reputation as a

serious-minded musician.

To appear in January 2018

Now Jennifer Seubel and Sally Beck, the flautists of “Duo Noble”,

have arranged this famous work for two flutes.

The transformation of the major instruments, timbres and melodies

of the orchestral version into solely two flute parts posed a special

challenge. The results exploit the full tonal spectrum of the flute.

The arrangement offers several alternatives to expand the range of

Photo: “Duo Noble”

sound: for example, a piccolo can be substituted for either flute part

in No. 2 Poules et coqs and for the first flute in No. 7 Aquarium.

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• The complete Carnival of the Animals for two flutes

• 14 challenging and effective pieces

9790006564910

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Choral Scores

New choral scores

Felix Mendelssohn

Bartholdy:

St. Paul op. 36

Edited by John Michael Cooper

BA 9071-91 · approx. € 8.95

Minimum order quantity 10 copies

To appear in March 2018

Gabriel Fauré:

Messe de Requiem

op. 48

Edited by Christina M. Stahl

and Michael Stegemann

BA 9461-91 · € 4.95

Minimum order quantity 10 copies

Already published, not announced in

previous New Publications Bulletins

Gioachino Rossini:

Petite Messe solennelle

Edited by Patricia B. Brauner

and Philip Gossett

BA 10501-91 · € 7.95

Minimum order quantity 10 copies

Already published, not announced in

previous New Publications New Issue Bulletins Title

Music example from: Rossini, Petite Messe solennelle · BA 10501-91

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ISMN 979-0-006-56546-7

9790006565467

ISMN 979-0-006-56547-4

9 790006 565474

ISMN 979-0-006-53686-3

9 790006 536863

BA 9071-91 BA 9461-91 BA 10501-91

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Scores

New score

of the “Nelson Mass”

Joseph Haydn:

Missa in Angustiis

“Nelson Mass”

Hob.XXII:11

URTEXT

Haydn’s Missa in Angustiis, also known as the “Nelson Mass”, was

composed in 1798. It is one of the six great Mass settings that forms

the crowning glory of his vocal music along with The Creation and

The Seasons.

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.

Edited by Günter Thomas

Score

BA 4660-02 · approx. € 49.95

To appear in April 2018

• Based on the G. Henle Complete Edition of the

Works of Joseph Haydn

• Supplements the vocal score and orchestral material

which is already available

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Already published:

Joseph Haydn

Missa in Angustiis “Nelson Mass” Hob. XXII:11

BA 4660-90 Vocal score (Lat) € 14.95

TP 98 Study score € 21.50

ISMN 979-0-006-56537-5

9790006565375

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Scores

Major choral repertoire

scores now in affordable

soft-cover editions

How practical! Towering masterpieces of choral music history are

now appearing in handy and affordable scores to complement the

substantial linen-bound complete edition volumes.

The tried-and-tested musical text remains the same, whilst the Forewords

have been revised and supplemented by an English translation.

ISMN 979-0-006-56532-0

9 790006 565320

• The tried-and tested content of the complete edition volumes

now in affordable soft-cover scores

• Forewords in German and now also in English

BA 4538-02

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:

Requiem K. 626

Mozart’s fragment completed by Franz Xaver Süssmayr

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Edited by Leopold Nowak

Score

BA 4538-02 · approx. € 38.95

To appear in February 2018

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George Frideric Handel:

The Messiah HWV 56

Oratorio in three sections

ISMN 979-0-006-56531-3

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Edited by John Tobin

9 790006 565313

Score

BA 4012-02

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BA 4012-02 · approx. € 69.00

To appear in April 2018

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Vocal Score / Choir

St. Matthew Passion:

Vocal Score – now revised

What makes this new

Vocal score so special?

• BA 5038-90 replaces the previous vocal score but retains its

longstanding article number.

• The pagination has been adopted from the previous edition.

This means that you can rehearse and perform this work with

some singers using this new edition and some the old Bärenreiter

edition.

• The vocal score is fully compatible with all existing performance

material (BA 5038).

Johann Sebastian Bach:

St. Matthew Passion

BWV 244

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Edited by Alfred Dürr

• The vocal score now contains a revised piano reduction. The

reliable Alfred Dürr piano reduction has been maintained but it has

been revised and uncluttered; it is now easier to read and to play.

Piano reduction by Alfred Dürr

(re-examined and revised by

Andreas Köhs)

• The text appears in slightly larger type size and a more legible font.

• A more exact placing of underlaid words has been included in the

vocal parts.

Vocal score (Ger/Eng)

BA 5038-90 · approx. € 16.95

To appear in June 2018

• Apart from corrections, the musical text remains unchanged.

• The recommended retail price of € 16.95 remains unchanged.

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9 790006 462421

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“My father’s music has higher

intentions, it should not fill

the ear but move the heart.”

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

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

The Christmas Oratorio, with its six parts,

has become dear to the hearts of countless

music lovers all over the world. What sounds

today as if it could never have been otherwise,

in reality dates back in part to earlier Bach

pieces that he retexted and adapted for the

new purpose. The autograph ‘betrays’ Bach’s

working methods in the very first chorus: first

he underlaid the words of a version from the

birthday cantata Tönet ihr Pauken only to cross

them out and replace them with the famous

Jauchzet, frohlocket.

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47

23v

23v II II 24 r

46 47

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Faksimile Berlioz

Other passages in the autograph likewise reveal

traces of self-borrowing. Some corrections allow

the reader to look over the composer’s shoulder,

as it were, and watch him transforming an aria

step by step into its present form or struggling

to find a definitive version for a short recitative.

In contrast, other pages are written out in an

immaculate fair hand.

This facsimile edition presents the autograph

score of the Christmas Oratorio for the first time

in a high quality four-colour reproduction.

Bach specialist Christoph Wolff has provided

an Introduction on the work’s genesis and the

features of the manuscript. The subsequent

history of the autograph is described by Martina

Rebmann of the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin.

Johann Sebastian Bach

Christmas Oratorio

BWV 248

Bärenreiter Facsimile

Edited by Christoph Wolff,

Martina Rebmann

Documenta musicologica II, 54

approx. 188 pages

BVK 2448 · approx. € 328.00

To appear in June 2018

Promotional Flyer

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Organ

New sources and new

engraving with links

to Bach digital

Volume 1 of Bach’s organ music presents some of the most frequently

played organ pieces altogether. Here they appear in a new engraving

based on the New Bach Edition (NBA).

Johann Sebastian Bach:

Organ Works, Volume 1

Little Organ Book

Six Chorales

“von verschiedener Art”

(Schübler-Chorales)

Chorale-Partitas

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Edited by Heinz-Harald Löhlein

Updated edition with a Foreword

by Christine Blanken (Ger/Eng)

BA 5261 · approx. € 26.95

(replaces BA 5171)

To appear in March 2018

This updated edition takes into account the latest findings of Bach

scholarship: Thus, for example, a newly-discovered copy of the first

edition containing inscriptions in Bach’s own hand could be

incorporated into the musical text of the Schübler Chorales.

For the Orgel-Büchlein, Bach’s autograph manuscript remains the

principal source. Yet a glance at its early dissemination among his

pupils reveals an abundance of readings that give interested organists

insights into how perhaps Bach’s most famous collection was played

at that time.

Unfortunately no autograph manuscripts survive regarding the early

chorale partitas. However the Foreword helps to solve the ‘riddle’ of

how these partitas were handed down.

Links to major sources have been provided in collaboration with the

Bach Archive Leipzig and its Bach digital database. The relevant page

of the source in question can be accessed quickly and conveniently via

shortlinks at http://links.baerenreiter.com. These links are checked

for their validity on a regular basis.

• Complete new engraving

• New detailed Foreword by Christine Blanken (Ger/Eng)

• Links to relevant sources in Bach digital

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9790006523085

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Organ

The Princeton Copy served as the production master for the NBA edition,

where several mistakes overlooked by Bach were also corrected. 43

Our new engraving, while largely agreeing with NBA, takes into account

Bach’s inscriptions in the Vienna Copy. 44 Departures from the musical text

of NBA are limited exclusively to ornaments and articulation. They have

been added cumulatively as follows to those known from NBA:

B V R

Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme (BWV )

, Upper voice Ornament sign for slide 45

, Upper voice Articulation slur

Upper voice Appoggiatura

Wo soll ich fliehen hin / Auf meinen lieben Gott (BWV )

, , , Upper voice Ornament sign for a cadence

Lower voice Emendation (of a misprint) [not corrected by

from: BA 5171

Bach] 46 from: BA 5261

Meine Seele erhebt den Herren (BWV )

Upper voice Dotted quarter-note + dotted quarternote

rest 47

Tenor Articulation slur

Text excerpt from the Foreword of BA 5261, page XI

Ach bleib bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ (BWV )


Upper and middle voice Ornament sign for trill

Kommst du nun, Jesu, vom Himmel herunter auf Erden (BWV )

, , , , Upper voice Ornament sign for trill

m

o

r

Pedal A

Upper voice B

The Five Original Cantata

All the original cantatas (the titles a

pages in the musical text) stem fro

liturgical year –:

BWV :

Fifth Sunda

BWV :

Visitation

BWV :

Easter Mond

BWV :

Twelfth Sun

in ) 48

Rounding off this picture is the ca

after Trinity 49 (BWV , the model

to the cycle in .

The key of each cantata movem

scription, but the voice leading has

changes entered in Bach’s two proo

particular, as was already pointed

ing of the upper voice (voice leadi

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thoroughbass figures of the origina

arrangements.

45 New Publications No I/2018 original · The Programme cantata could be loc

likely to be a genuine organ compo

48 This work was added to the chorale can


Organ

New engraving and

links to Bach digital

In 1985 Christoph Wolff, working at Yale University, discovered a

collection of 82 chorales compiled by Johann Gottfried Neumeister

(1756–1840) and containing 38 compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach.

They reveal great stylistic variety with forebears in the northern

German organ tradition. Fantasies, fugues, fughettas and imitative

techniques employing motifs from the chorale melody bear witness

to Bach’s broad compositional spectrum even in these early works.

Johann Sebastian Bach:

Organ Works, Volume 9

Organ Chorales

from the Neumeister

Collection

(Yale University

Manuscript LM 4708)

This newly published volume is an updated edition of Volume 9,

Series IV of the New Bach Edition (NBA), edited by Christoph Wolff

in full accordance with the source. In addition to a newly added

concordance and corrections to the musical text, it also contains

a detailed Foreword by the editor with further information on the

Neumeister Collection and hymnological details.

• Complete new engraving

• New detailed Foreword about the Neumeister Collection

by Christoph Wolff (Ger/Eng)

• Links to relevant sources in Bach digital

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Edited by Christoph Wolff

Updated edition with a Foreword

by the editor (Ger/Eng)

BA 5269 · approx. € 25.95

(replaces BA 5181)

To appear in February 2018

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9790006523214

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Organ

The start of a Complete Edition

of Franck’s Organ Works

César Franck:

Complete Works

for Organ and

for Harmonium

Volume 1: Early Organ

Works / Fragments

Bärenreiter has joined forces with the International César Franck

Society to produce a five-volume complete edition of the organ works

of César Franck. In addition to all accessible sources, it draws on

previously neglected manuscripts, making it possible to offer a

reliable musical text based on meticulous text-critical comparisons.

Text variants, cases of doubt and editorial decisions are recorded in

a comprehensive Critical Commentary.

Volume 1, edited by Christiane Strucken-Paland, is the first publication

to contain all of Franck’s surviving early organ works, fragments and

variants. Special attention has been given to his largest early work,

the Fantasy in A major, which was left unpublished during his lifetime

and only resurfaced a few years ago. Here Franck already displays his

consummate mastery of thematic development.

From the contents: Pièce en Mi bémol majeur / Fantaisie en

La majeur (Pièce pour Grand Orgue) / Andantino / Pièce en Mi bémol

majeur [fragment] / Prière [fragment]

• Organ works at the forefront of Franck scholarship

• Foreword (Fr/Eng/Ger) and comprehensive Critical Commentary (Eng)

• With facsimile illustrations

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Produced in collaboration with the

International César Franck Society

Edited by Christiane Strucken-Paland

BA 9291 · approx. € 29.95

To appear in April 2018

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9790006538997

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Organ

Late-romantic organ

music from Russia

Glazunov’s compositions are often noted for their distinctive

emotionality and underlying heroic mood. This also applies to the

known organ works of this Russian master, all of which bear the

characteristic traits of the Russian symphonic style: epic breadth

and monumentality as well as a close proximity to folk music, all

combined with supreme contrapuntal skill.

Alexander Glazunov:

Complete Organ Works

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Edited by Alexander Fiseisky

BA 11222 · approx. € 28.95

This Urtext edition contains not only the well-known Prelude and

Fugue in D major op. 93 (1906), Prelude and Fugue in D minor op. 98

(1914) and Fantasy op. 110 (1935) but also the Prelude and Fugue in

D minor op. 62 (1899), an expressive piano piece presented here in

a revised transcription for symphonic organ by B. L. Sabaneyev (1909).

• New Urtext edition of the complete organ works plus a historic

transcription

• Detailed Foreword (Russ/Ger/Eng) and a Critical Commentary

(Eng)

To appear in March 2018

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9790006559138

Alexander Glazunov

Concerto in E-flat major for Alto Saxophone and String Orchestra

op. 109

BA 8732 Score € 21.50

BA 8732-90 Piano reduction € 21.50

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Organ

Organ improvisation

for our time

Franz Josef Stoiber:

Fascination

Organ Improvisation

A Study and Practice Book

(German/English text)

Franz Josef Stoiber, organ professor and organist at Regensburg

Cathedral, has decided not to present a conventional improvisation

tutor here. Instead, he offers a multi-faceted reader and workbook

containing useful methodical and pedagogical reflections, e.g. on

cultivating a feeling for sound and training responsiveness. It also

features a wide range of practical exercises for improvising in various

styles, all reflecting his years of experience as a teacher and performer.

BA 11241

Special introduction price:

approx. € 39.95

(valid for 6 months after publication)

Recommended retail price

thereafter: approx. € 46.95

This guide to organ improvisation has the potential of becoming a

standard work in the training of today’s organists.

From the contents:

Paths to organ improvisation / “Just play” / Stylistic areas from the

17 th to 21 st century / Improvising on free-tonal themes / Themes for

improvisation

• A new approach to organ improvisation

• Includes many practical exercises and music samples

• German/English text

• Spacious attractive layout

To appear in February 2018

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ISMN 979-0-006-56404-0

9790006564040

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Organ

Final volume in the popular

jazz organ music series

Jazz Inspirations

for Organ 4

Edited by Uwe-Karsten Groß and

Gunther Martin Göttsche

BA 11210 · € 32.95

Already published, not announced in

previous New Publications Bulletins

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Jazz, swing, samba, rhumba and more all found their way to the

organ long ago. Not only do the melodies, harmonies and rhythms

of these styles enrich the organ’s concert literature, they can also be

meaningfully incorporated in the liturgy.

9790006526420

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The series Jazz Inspirations for Organ offers a delightful and personal

combination of many forms and highly contrasting styles at a

moderate level of difficulty.

Already published:

Jazz Inspirations for Organ 1

BA 8440 · € 32.95

Jazz Inspirations for Organ 2

BA 9203 · € 32.95

Jazz Inspirations for Organ 3

BA New 9260 Issue · € Title 32.95

Volume 4 presents a new array of stylistic and thematic focuses:

Funky Praise and Ich lobe dich von ganzer Seelen (I praise thee with all

my soul) can be found alongside a Little Shepherd’s Chachacha and the

familiar carol Kommet, ihr Hirten. It even contains two compositions

from the American organ scene.

• Jazz, swing and much more for the organ

• Authoritative editors and composers

• Pieces of a moderate level of difficulty

• Bilingual Foreword (Ger/Eng)

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Organ

New music for organ

and percussion

The object of Bärenreiter’s organova series is

to publish concert organ music of contrasting

styles at today's compositional level.

Though varying in technical difficulty and organ

registration, the pieces all share a common aim:

to make artful music resound on the organ. These

new three volumes, which will be the final volumes

in this series, demonstrate once again the organ’s

great versatility; from virtuoso solo instrument

through to duo partner in a brilliant piece for organ

and percussion. The editor Zsigmond Szathmáry is

an internationally acclaimed concert organist and

performer of contemporary organ music.

Organ and percussion, one of the most exotic instrumental

combinations in modern music, invariably produce delightful sonic

effects and contrasts. This also applies to Zsigmond Szathmáry's

Sense of Rhythm, where this renowned concert organist and

performer of contemporary organ music explores the duo format

as a vehicle for conversation, conflict and reconciliation in a rich

array of shades and hues.

Zsigmond Szathmáry:

SENSE OF RHYTHM

for organ and

percussion

organova

Edited by Zsigmond Szathmáry

Volume 11

BA 11247 · € 27.95

The lavishly scored percussion part (vibraphone, glockenspiel,

woodblocks, cymbals, tam-tam, tom-toms, bass drum, Chinese opera

gongs and much else) ensures a great variety of colours perfectly

suited to the harmonic capacities of the organ. Both instrumental

parts clearly reveal the composer's fondness for sophisticated

rhythms and varied proportions.

Already published, not announced in

previous New Publications Bulletins

Once again Szathmáry uses the organova series to present

contemporary music at a high level that places demands on

performers and listeners alike while employing a musical idiom

and energy that never fail to achieve their effect.

• Lavishly scored percussion part

• Rhythmic, energetic, effective: contemporary music at a high level

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9790006565184

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Organ

A modern-day classic

arranged for organ

Anton Webern:

VARIATIONEN

FÜR KLAVIER op. 27

Organ version: Xavier Darasse

organova

Edited by Zsigmond Szathmáry

Volume 12

BA 11248 · € 22.95

Already published, not announced in

previous New Publications Bulletins

It may come as a surprise to learn that Anton Webern’s delicate,

refined and intimate music can be transferred to the organ. Xavier

Darasse (1934–1992), a pupil of Duruflé and Messiaen, has produced

an organ adaptation of the famous three-movement Piano Variations,

op. 27 (1936), a groundbreaking composition in serial music. His

arrangement is accompanied by judicious registration marks and

division of the manuals. The result is fully convincing, making this

late work with its chamber-like atmosphere attractive to organists.

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Darasse’s adaptation for organ is now presented to the public for the

first time. His pupil Bernhard Haas, an organ professor in Munich,

has prefixed his teacher’s manuscript with a Foreword (Ger/Eng)

containing important suggestions regarding the work’s performance.

ISMN 979-0-006-56519-1

• A premiere publication

• Performance suggestions by Bernhard Haas

9790006565191

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Organ

An existential human

theme in a new musical

idiom

Zsigmond Szathmáry:

MORS ET VITA

for great organ

organova

Edited by Zsigmond Szathmáry

Mors et vita – death and life. This antithesis opens a stanza of the

ancient 11 th -century Easter sequence “Victimae paschali laudes”,

where life and death are locked in mutual struggle. Zsigmond

Szathmáry’s 12-minute composition of 2015, commissioned for the

Freiburg Minster, interprets this primal human experience with

mighty explosions of sound.

Volume 13

BA 11249 · € 24.95

Already published, not announced in

previous New Publications Bulletins

Here the organ can show what it is capable of: its grandeur and

strength are fully exploited, but not at the expense of soft and

gentle contrasts. Typical of Szathmáry’s compositional style is the

alternation of seemingly improvised, recitative-like writing and

passages in strict rhythm. Time and again the composer takes up

elements from the church hymn “Christ ist erstanden von der Marter

alle” (Christ the Lord is risen again).

• A blend of contemporary idiom and ancient musical liturgy

• Foreword (Ger/Eng) by Meinrad Walter discussing the piece’s

theological background

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9790006565207

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Contemporary Music

New publications up to September 2017

Philipp Maintz

Photo: Paavo Blåfield

Matthias Pintscher

Photo: Franck Ferville

Charlotte Seither

Photo: Marko Bussmann

Miroslav Srnka

Photo: Vojtěch Havlík

Manfred Trojahn

Photo: Dietlind Konold

Philipp Maintz

hängende gärten

for large orchestra

BA 11158-72

Matthias Pintscher

shirim for baritone and orchestra

BA 11157-72

un despertar for violoncello

and orchestra

BA 11154-72

Charlotte Seither

Inschrift für Chor und Kammerorchester

zur Kantate BWV 4

“Christ lag in Todes Banden”

BA 11155-72

Miroslav Srnka

move 03 for large orchestra

BA 11146-72

Manfred Trojahn

Les dentelles de Montmirail

for 2 coleratura sopranos,

24 vocal soloists and ensemble

after a text by René Char

from “Quitter”

BA 11156-72

Performance material available New Issue on Title hire.

Music example from: Pintscher, shirim · BA 11157-72

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Vocal Scores / Opera

Vocal score of Handel

serenata

George Frideric Handel:

Parnasso in festa

per gli sponsali di Teti

e Peleo HWV 73

BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Handel’s three-part serenata Parnasso in festa was premiered in

March 1734 for the wedding of Princess Anne and Prince William IV

of Orange. The music is largely based on the English oratorio Athalia.

The Italian libretto, by Giacomo Rossi, takes up the Greek myth of the

wedding of Thetis and Peleus. As so often in Handel’s case, the work

was subjected to three large-scale revisions by 1741.

This vocal score is based on the Urtext from the Halle Handel Edition

(BA 10718), the first to offer a scholarly-critical musical text for the

complete serenata. The most significant changes in the later versions

are reproduced in an appendix.

• Bilingual Foreword (Ger/Eng)

• Idiomatic piano reduction

Edited by Teresa Ramer-Wünsche

Piano reduction by Andreas Köhs

Vocal score (Ital)

BA 10718-90 · approx. € 42.95

Performance material available

on hire

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9790006564613

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Vocal Scores / Opera

Unknown gem of

French baroque opera

Jean-Philippe Rameau:

Daphnis et Églé RCT 34

Pastorale héroïque in one act

Libretto by Charles Collé

Edited by Érik Kocevar

Keyboard reduction by

François Saint-Yves

Score (Fr/Ger)

BA 8862 · € 198.00

Keyboard reduction

BA 8862-90 · € 18.95

Already published, not announced in

previous New Publications Bulletins

The “pastorale héroïque” Daphnis et Églé was given a single

performance on 29 October 1753 to entertain King Louis XIV at

Fontainebleau Palace and has remained unpublished to this day.

This edition is based on Rameau’s autograph score, a handwritten

copy of the parts and the printed libretto which was published by

Ballard in 1753. It presents the Fontainebleau version, which is

formally more complete, particularly in view of its overture and two

ariettas, and restores the original state of the final divertissement

prior to its revision, which is reproduced in the appendices.

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• Performance-orientated keyboard reduction

• Unknown French baroque repertoire

ISMN 979-0-006-55822-3

9 790006 558223

BA 8862-90

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The Czech Lute

Adam Václav Michna z Otradovic (approx. 1600–1676) composed his

song collection The Czech Lute in 1653. It includes 13 strophic songs,

each introduced by an instrumental ritornello. This cycle marks the

first instance of the ritornello song in the Czech language.

Until recently the nature of these ritornellos was unknown, as the

first and second violin parts had disappeared. However in January

2014 the editor discovered a copy of the first violin part.

This unique source allowed him, together with the basso continuo,

to present a viable reconstruction of the work even though the

second violin part is still unknown.

Adam Václav Michna

z Otradovic:

The Czech Lute

(Loutna česká)

Collection of 13 songs for two voices,

two violins and basso continuo

Text by the composer (Cz)

Edited by Petr Daněk

Parts with particell in slipcover

H 8040 · approx. € 18.95

To appear in May 2018

In 2015 the world premiere of this authentic version of The Czech Lute

was released on CD for the label Nibiru, performed by Adam Viktora

and the Ensemble Inégal.

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• Most well-known song collection of the Czech baroque

• Work reconstructed on the basis of the newly discovered

first violin part

• First edition of the instrumental ritornellos with reconstructed

second violin part and continuo realization (Adam Viktora)

• Literal English translation of the Czech song text by Karel Janovický

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

ISMN 979-0-2601-0800-4

9790260108004

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The newly discovered first violin part of the ritornellos

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The culmination

of the operatic arias

Jean-Philippe Rameau:

“Airs d’opéra” Series

Airs d'opéra : Dessus,

Volume 3 /

Operatic arias: Soprano

Edited by Sylvie Bouissou,

Benoît Dratwicki and

Julien Dubruque

Keyboard reduction by

François Saint-Yves

Vocal score (Fr)

BA 9193 / CAH.263/OORVIa3 · € 52.00

Already published, not announced in

previous New Publications Bulletins

Volumes 3 and 4 contain the great arias and ariettas that Rameau

composed for dessus (the 18 th -century equivalent of today’s lyric or

coloratura sopano) in his prologues and divertissements.

From the contents of Volume 3: Arias and Ariettas

Castor et Pollux (une Suivante d’Hébé, une Ombre, une Planète) /

Dardanus (une Phrygienne, un Songe) / Les Fêtes de l’Hymen et de

l’Amour (l’Amour, une Égyptienne) / Les Fêtes de Polymnie (Polymnie) /

Les Fêtes d’Hébé (Hébé, l’Amour, une jeune Esclave, une

Lacédémonienne) / Hippolyte et Aricie (l’Amour, une Bergère) /

Les Indes galantes (l’Amour, Fatime, une Italienne)

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ISMN 979-0-006-56142-1

9790006561421

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From the contents of Volume 4: Arias and Ariettas

Naïs (Flore, Une Bergère) / La Naissance d’Osiris (Pamilie) Les Paladins

(Nérine) / Platée (Clarine, La Folie) / La Princesse de Navarre

(Une Grâce) / Les Surprises de l’amour (L’Amour) / Le Temple de la

Groire (Une Bergère, La Gloire) / Zaïs (Une Sylphide, L’Amour) /

Zoroastre (Céphie)

• Detailed historical Introductions (Fr/Eng)

• Well-presented keyboard reductions based on Opera Omnia

Rameau (OOR)

• Each number is preceded by a brief summary of the dramatic

situation and an English translation of the vocal text

• Co-edited by the Centre de musique baroque de Versailles and the

Société Jean-Philippe Rameau (distributed exclusively

by Bärenreiter)

Already published in this series:

Airs d’opéra : Dessus (Soprano), Volume 1

BA 9191 · € 52.00

Airs d’opéra : Dessus (Soprano), Volume 2

BA 9192 · € 52.00

Airs d’opéra : Grand dessus (Soprano and Mezzo-soprano)

BA 9195 · € 54.00

Airs d’opéra : Haute-contre (Tenor), Volume 1

BA 9196 · € 54.00

Airs d’opéra : Haute-contre (Tenor), Volume 2

BA 9197 · € 52.00

Jean-Philippe Rameau:

“Airs d’opéra” Series

Airs d'opéra : Dessus,

Volume 4 /

Operatic arias: Soprano

Edited by Sylvie Bouissou,

Benoît Dratwicki and

Julien Dubruque

Keyboard reduction by

François Saint-Yves

Vocal score (Fr)

BA 9194 / CAH.264/OORVIa4 · € 52.00

Already published, not announced in

previous New Publications Bulletins

Airs d’opéra : Basse-Taille (Baritone)

BA 9198 · € 52.00

ISMN 979-0-006-56143-8

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These volumes mark the completion of the edition undertaken by the

Centre de musique baroque de Versailles (CMBV) in conjunction with

9790006561438

the Société Jean-Philippe Rameau (SJPR), based on the Complete

Critical Edition of the Musical Works of Jean-Philippe Rameau (OOR).

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