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Bärenreiter · The Programme

A selection 2019/2020

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CONTENTS

Piano / Keyboard

Educational Music and

Collections for Piano Solo......4

Piano Solo – Composers..............8

Piano Duet / Two Pianos –

Collections............................... 26

Piano Duet / Two Pianos –

Composers............................... 26

Piano Concertos.......................... 28

Accordion ........................................... 31

Organ

Study and Practice.......................32

Collections.....................................33

Composers.................................... 38

Strings

Educational Music and

Collections for Violin............44

Violin Solo / 2–4 Violins –

Composers............................... 50

1–2 Violins and Keyboard

Instrument – Composers..... 51

Educational Music and

Collections for Viola.............64

Viola and Keyboard

Instrument – Composers.... 65

Educational Music and

Collections for Cello.............68

Violoncello Solo –

Composers................................ 71

1–2 Violoncellos and

Keyboard Instrument –

Composers................................ 71

Double Bass ..................................77

Harp ......................................................77

Recorder

Educational Music and

Collections for Recorder........ 78

Descant Recorder and

Keyboard Instrument –

Composers............................... 78

Treble Recorder Solo –

Composers............................... 78

2–3 Treble Recorders –

Composers............................... 78

1–4 Treble Recorders and

Keyboard Instrument –

Composers............................... 79

Flute

Educational Music and

Collections for Flute.............80

Flute Solo – Composers.............81

2–4 Flutes – Composers............81

Flute(s) and Keyboard

Instrument – Composers.... 82

Oboe .................................................... 85

Clarinet

Educational Music and

Collections for Clarinet........ 85

Clarinet – Composers...........86

Saxophone.........................................88

Bassoon ..............................................88

Horn ....................................................89

Chamber Music

Piano Trio.......................................90

Piano Quartet................................91

Piano Quintet / Quintet

for Piano and Strings............ 92

Piano Sextet................................. 92

Educational Music and

Collections for String Duo.... 93

String Duo – Composers........... 93

Educational Music and

Collections for String Trio..... 93

String Trio – Composers...........94

Educational Music and

Collections for String

Quartet / Ensemble..............94

String Quartet – Composers... 95

String Quintet..............................98

String Sextet.................................98

String Orchestra ..............................99

Miscellaneous Chamber

Ensembles.....................................99

Chamber Music for Winds

Woodwind Quintet..................100

Various Wind Ensembles......... 101

combocom series ..................102–103

Sacred and Secular

Choral Works ............................ 104

Popular Choral Music.................... 125

Stage Works ....................................126

Orchestral Works ................. 130–133

Solo Voice .........................................134

Study Scores ....................................139

Facsimiles and Reprints ...............145

Reference Works /

Books on Music .........................156

Gift Items .........................................156

Index by Edition Numbers .......... 157

Index by Composers .....................162

ABBREVIATIONS AND KEY TO FIGURES

AE Alkor Edition

BA Bärenreiter Edition

Bc / bc Basso continuo

Cz Czech text

Ed. Editor

Eng English text

Fr French text

Ger German text

H Bärenreiter Praha Edition

HM Hortus Musicus Series

Ital Italian text

Lat Latin text

SM Süddeutscher Musikverlag

Series

TP Study Score



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Contents

Review

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9, op. TP 102, 916 Nos. Study 1 and score 2

rded with the German Music Edition Prize “Best Edition 2005”

A String 9012 Score Quartets with op. part 59, 1–3

BA 9017 Parts in slipcover

TP 917 Study score

ive String huge Quartets sonatas, important op. 74 and op. 95 “Cellists, pianists, and Beethovenlovers

everywhere have been eagerly

s, thoroughly researched,

BA 9018 Parts in slipcover

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too long;

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String Quartet in E-flat maj op. 127

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age turns taken account of…” promises to remain THE standard

String Quartet in B-flat (Piano, maj GB) op. 130text for the foreseeable future.”

BA 9030 Parts in slipcover

(Steven Isserlis)

TP 930 Study score

String Quartet op. 133 Große Fuge

tions BA for 9033 Pianoforte Parts in and slipcover Violoncello

45, op. TP 66, 933 WoO Study 46score

A 9028 Score with part

tions Publication for Pianoforte date: and Fall Violoncello

2019

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eme A 9028 “To from sum Score Handel’s up with this edition part Oratorio in two Judas words: Maccabaeus” magnificent (WoO and 45), mandatory.” the “Twelve (Arco)

tions on the theme Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen” (op. 66) from Mozart’s

hoven’s a String The Magic three Quartet Flute sets in of and C-sharp cello the variations min “Seven op. Variations 131 comprise on the the “Twelve duet Bei Variations Männern, on

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tions TP on 931 the Study theme score Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen” (op. 66) from Mozart’s

a The Magic Flute and the “Seven Variations on the duet Bei Männern,

he Liebe Publication fühlen” (WoO date: 46), 2020 also from The Magic Flute.

CHAMBER VOCAL WORKS MUSIC

The String Quartets

URTEXT / Ed. Jonathan Del Mar

The The String Masses Quartets

String URTEXT URTEXT Quartets / Ed. Jonathan / Ed. op. Barry 18, 1–6 Del Cooper Mar

BA 9016 Parts in slipcover

TP 916 Study score

String Mass Quartets in C maj op. op. 18, 1–6 86

String BA Quartets 9016 BA 9039 Parts op. in 59, slipcover 1–3

TP BA 916 9017 Study Parts score in slipcover

TP Missa 917 Study solemnis scoreop. 123

String Quartets BA 9038op. 59, 1–3

String BA Quartets 9017 Parts op. in 74 slipcover and op. 95

TP BA 917 9018 Study Parts score in slipcover

TP Symphony 918 Study score No. 9 in D min op. 125

String

URTEXT

Quartets

/ Ed.

op.

Jonathan

74 and op.

Del

95

Mar

String BA Quartet 9018 Parts in E-flat in slipcover maj op. 127

TP BA 918 9029 Study Parts score in slipcover

TP Finale 929 Study “Ode score to Joy”

String Quartet BA 9009-90 in E-flat Vocal maj op. score 127

String BA Quartet 9029 Parts in B-flat in slipcover maj op. 130

BA TP A 929 9030 Pronunciation Study Parts score in slipcover Guide for Japanese Singers

TP With 930 an Study introduction score on the work’s reception by Eizaburo Tsuchida

String Text Quartet booklet in B-flat in Japanese maj op. 130

String BA Quartet 9030 BA 9009-14 Parts op. in 133 slipcover Große Fuge

TP BA 930 9033 Study Parts score in slipcover

TP A 933 Pronunciation Study scoreGuide for Choral Singers

String Video Quartet available op. 133 on Große the Bärenreiter Fuge website and on YouTube

Publication BA 9033 Parts date: in Fall slipcover 2019

TP 933 Study score

“To sum Song up this Cycle edition in two words: magnificent and mandatory.” (Arco)

Publication date: Fall 2019

String An Quartet die ferne in C-sharp Geliebte min op. op. 98131

“To

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sum URTEXT 9031

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Parts

this / Ed. edition

in Barry slipcover

in Cooper two words: magnificent and mandatory.” (Arco)

TP for 931 high Study voice score and piano

String Quartet BA 7862 in C-sharp min op. 131

Publication BA 9031 Publication Parts date: in slipcover 2020

date: Spring 2020

TP 931 Study score

Publication date: 2020

VOCAL THE NINE WORKS SYMPHONIES

The Masses

URTEXT / Ed. Barry Cooper

URTEXT / Ed. Jonathan Del Mar

The The Masses Nine Symphonies

Mass URTEXT in URTEXT C / maj Ed. Barry op. / Ed. 86Cooper

Jonathan Del Mar

BA 9039

No. 9 in D min op. 125

BA 9009

URTEXT / Ed. Jonathan Del Mar

No. 3 in E-flat maj op. 55 “Eroica” Nine Conducting Scores

Symphony BA 9003No. 9 in D min op. 125 BA 9000 in a boxed set

Finale

URTEXT

“Ode

/ Ed.

to

Jonathan

Joy”

Del Mar

BA No. 9009-90 4 in B-flat Vocal maj score op. 60

Nine Study Scores

BA 9004

TP 900 in a boxed set

Finale A Pronunciation “Ode to Joy” Guide for Japanese Singers

With BA an No. 9009-90 introduction 5 C min Vocal op. on score 67 the work’s reception by Eizaburo Linen-bound Tsuchida full score of

Text booklet BA in 9005 Japanese

Symphony No. 9 in D min op. 125

A Pronunciation BA 9009-14 Guide for Japanese Singers Includes an introduction by Barry

With an No. introduction 6 F maj op. on 68 the “Pastoral” work’s reception by Eizaburo Cooper and Tsuchida the complete Critical

Text A Pronunciation booklet BA in 9006 Japanese Guide for Choral Singers Commentary (Eng)

Video BA available 9009-14 on the Bärenreiter website and on YouTube BA 9009-01

No. 7 in A maj op. 92

A Pronunciation BA 9007 Guide for Choral Singers

Video available on the Bärenreiter website and on YouTube

An die ferne Geliebte op. 98

Song URTEXT / Cycle Ed. Barry Cooper

for high voice and piano

An die BA 7862 ferne Geliebte op. 98

URTEXT / Ed. Barry Cooper

for high Publication

BA voice 9000and date: piano Spring 2020

BA 7862

No. 8 in F maj op. 93

BEETHOVEN

BA 9008

Mass Missa in solemnis No. C maj 1 in C op. op. maj 86123

op. 21

No. 8 in F maj op. 93

No. 12 in C D maj op. 21 36THE BÄRENREITER No. 89 in CATALOGUE

F D maj min op. 93 125

BA 9039 9038 BA 9001

BA 9008

BA 9001 9002

BA 9008 9009

Missa solemnis No. 2 in D op. maj 123 op. 36

BA 9038 BA 9002

Symphony No. 9 in D min op. 125

Song Cycle

THE NINE SYMPHONIES

The Nine Symphonies

The Nine Symphonies

No. URTEXT 1 in C / maj Ed. Jonathan op. 21 Del Mar

BA 9001

No. 23 in E-flat D maj maj op. 36 op. 55 “Eroica” No. Nine 9 Conducting D min op. Scores 125

BA 9002 9003

BA 9009 9000 in a boxed set

No. 34 in E-flat B-flat maj op. 55 60“Eroica”

Nine Conducting Study Scores Scores

BA 9003 9004

BA TP 9000 in in a boxed a set set

No. 45 in C B-flat min op. maj 67 op. 60

Nine Linen-bound Study Scores full score of

BA 9004 9005

Symphony TP 900 in No. a 9 boxed in D min set op. 125

Includes an introduction by Barry

No. 56 in C F min maj op. 68 67 “Pastoral”

Linen-bound Cooper and the full complete score of Critical

BA 9005 9006

Symphony Commentary No. (Eng) 9 in D min op. 125

Includes BA 9009-01 an introduction by Barry

No. 67 in A F maj op. 68 92 “Pastoral”

Cooper and the complete Critical

BA 9006 9007

Commentary (Eng)

BA 9009-01

No. 7 in A maj op. 92

BA 9007

BA 9000

BA 9000

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PIANO / KEYBOARD

A True Piano Appetiser!

BÄRENREITER

PIANO KALEIDOSCOPE

☞ BA 10900

Special

Edition

In our piano collection you will find compositions from the

Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Early Modern eras. The pieces

also vary in national style and range from low through to high

technical difficulty.

An appetiser for our Urtext editions – give it a try!

Educational Music

and Collections

for Piano Solo

Music for Piano

2019/2020

☞ SPA 233

NEW 2019

The catalogue “Music for Piano”

includes Bärenreiter’s

complete Urtext programme

as well as all educational

titles and collections for solo

and four-hand piano. Also

chamber music with piano

is listed.

It contains cover illustrations,

many musical samples,

authors of piano reductions,

descriptive texts for

numerous editions as well as

excerpts from reviews.

You will find a pdf of this

catalogue on the Bärenreiter

website under “Service”.

Bärenreiter Piano Album

Baroque

Musical text includes

suggestions for ornaments.

Ed. A. Erényi

☞ BA 8759

Bärenreiter Sonatina Album

Ed. K. Wolters

☞ BA 6545 Volume 1

☞ BA 6549 Volume 2

Bärenreiter Piano Album

Vienna Classic

Ed. M. Töpel

☞ BA 8756

Bärenreiter Piano Album

Romantic

Ed. M. Töpel

☞ BA 6538

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PIANO / KEYBOARD

Bärenreiter Piano Album

Easy Classics for Piano

36 Originals from Bach to Satie

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by A. Töpel

☞ BA 8758

Bärenreiter Piano Moments

Favourite Classics arranged for

piano by Christoph Ullrich and

Andreas Skipis. With fingering

☞ Baroque BA 8764

☞ Classical BA 8765

☞ Romantic BA 8766

Klavier-Festival Ruhr

Bärenreiter Piano Album

Contemporary music

for two and four hands

Ed. T. Bleek, M. Töpel.

Fingering by P.-L. Aimard

and T. Stefanovich

☞ BA 9659

Bärenreiter Piano Album

From Handel to Ravel

39 Easy Originals for Piano

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by A. Töpel

☞ BA 8771

This collection contains

39 easy-to-play piano pieces

from the Baroque to the

Early Modern period.

It offers a wide-ranging

repertoire which includes

popular classical pieces but

also small gems such as Satie’s

“Berceuse and Méditation”.

Bärenreiter Piano Album

Early 20 th Century

Includes additional

explanations, suggestions

and information on the pieces

(Ger/Eng/Fr)

Ed. M. Töpel

☞ BA 6555

Piano Album Bärenreiter

Contemporary Composers

Ed. M. Töpel

☞ BA 8762

• Contemporary music for

beginners to advanced

pianists

• With suggestions for your

own improvisation

• Includes information

(Ger/Eng) on the pieces

Buckland, Graham

(*1951)

NEW 2019

Ancient Modes of Transport

Eight Pieces for Piano Four

Hands (piano duet)

☞ BA 10932

• Character pieces based on

2 types of modes; modes

of transportation and

church modes

• Piano duets ideal for

students during lessons

and for recitals

• Easy to moderate technical

difficulty

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PIANO / KEYBOARD

Educational Music and

Collections for Piano Solo

These “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-chacha,

tango, waltz, polka, blues

and boogie-woogie.

Cofalik, Antoni

Twardowski, Romuald

At the Zoo for piano

☞ BA 8125

Hradecký, Emil

(1913–1974)

Two-Part Piano Miniatures

on One Page. 16 simple piano

pieces for beginners

☞ H 8034

The pieces are composed on

whole-tone, pentatonic and

gypsy scales and include a

folksong arrangement.

• Small recital pieces for

beginners at the piano

• Clever illustrations to kindle

children’s musical

imagination

Kleeb, Jean

(*1964)

Baila Negra. 13 new Latin-

American Piano Pieces

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10604

Graham, Peter

(*1958)

6

Subversive Etudes for piano

☞ BA 9585

These piano miniatures are

a distinctive and unusual

addition to the teaching

literature. They offer glimpses

into the musical cultures of

different countries (“Hunting

in Hungary”, “Gamelan”,

“Balkan Dance”, “African

Games”) and music history

(“Medieval Feast for the

Left-Handed”). Besides training

finger technique, the pieces

help students to think in terms

of counterpoint and to develop

an expressive delivery.

Joplin, Scott

(1868–1917)

NEW 2018

Ragtime

Easy arrangements for piano

by J. Kleeb

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10644

• 7 typical and well-known

pieces in their entirety

• Difficult passages are

simplified

• With fingering

Classic goes Jazz

With a CD including all pieces

☞ BA 8760

• Classical melodies in a jazz

interpretation

• Pieces of medium technical

difficulty

• Fun and variety guaranteed


PIANO / KEYBOARD

Kleeb, Jean

(*1964)

Jazzy Piano

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10627

This new selection is based on

sharply contrasting pieces that

Kleeb has transformed into

appealing jazz numbers. Among

them are “El pueblo unido”

(Sergio Ortega), “Jamaica

farewell” (traditional),

“Passacaglia Jazz” (Jean Kleeb),

an English and a German folk

song and a new Brahms

arrangement.

Kleeb, Jean

(*1964)

Beethoven goes Jazz

☞ BA 10930

NEW 2019

Ludwig van Beethoven had

the ability to create an entire

musical universe from the

most unassuming and

minuscule motif. No classical

composer worked more

consciously with rhythm than

Beethoven: his unmistakable

“drive” can be felt in every bar!

Here familiar Beethoven

themes are merged, liberated,

shuffled, filtered and

recombined with jazz

harmonies, standard styles

and rhythms. Jean Kleeb’s

arrangements sometimes

closely follow the original, at

other times they comment on

or recall Beethoven’s music

from afar.

Kleeb, Jean

(*1964)

NEW 2019

Beethoven Around the World

☞ BA 10931

in preparation

Beethoven incorporated

musical influences from other

countries in his works such

as the names “Eccossaise” or

“alla turca” demonstrate.

Jean Kleeb has picked up on

this idea and has developed

it further; he has arranged

pieces by Beethoven for piano

solo in samba style, with

Cuban rhythms or with

jazzy-Arabic-like scales.

Metelka, Jakub

(*1986)

Modern Piano Studies

☞ BA 11559

NEW 2019

This album of 30 short pieces

with original names and

amusing illustrations by

Andrea Tachezy proves that

studies are in no way boring.

The edition covers all the keys,

with each study solving a

specific technical problem

while displaying its own

character or even telling a

little story. With their tuneful

melodies and modern sound,

these studies amount to

miniature recital pieces!

Mozart goes Jazz

Arranged by J. Kleeb

☞ BA 8761

The arrangements plunge

pianists into the harmonic

universe of jazz, lending a new

guise to such well-known

pieces as the Rondo alla turca

or the second movement of

the A major Piano Concerto

(K. 488). Most of all they

offer glimpses into the art

of piano improvisation and

suggestions for the player’s

own performance (Ger/Eng).

Ramade-Etchebarne, Anita

(*1953)

Kids in Concert

10 Piano Pieces for Children

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10602

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PIANO / KEYBOARD

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Piano Solo –

Composers

Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel

(1714–1788)

The Six Prussian Sonatas Wq 48

Ed. R. Steglich

☞ BA 6539

The Six Württemberg Sonatas

Wq 49

Ed. R. Steglich

☞ BA 6498

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

The Art of Fugue BWV 1080

Urtext / Ed. K. Hofmann

☞ BA 5207

Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue

D min BWV 903

Urtext / Ed. U. Wolf

☞ BA 5236

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by A. Töpel

☞ BA 6572

Goldberg Variations BWV 988

Fourth Part of the Clavier

Übung

Urtext / Ed. C. Wolff

☞ BA 5162

Goldberg Variations BWV 988

Fourth Part of the Clavier

Übung

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. C. Wolff

Fingering for the modern

piano by R. Schirmer

☞ BA 10848

Inventions and Sinfonias

BWV 772-801

Urtext / Ed. G. v. Dadelsen

☞ BA 5150

Inventions and Sinfonias

BWV 772-801

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. G. von Dadelsen

Fingering by

R. Kretschmar-Fischer

☞ BA 5241

Italian Concerto BWV 971

Urtext / Ed. W. Emery

☞ BA 5194

Italian Concerto BWV 971

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. W. Emery

Fingering by

R. Kretschmar-Fischer

☞ BA 5244

Italian Concerto BWV 971,

French Overture BWV 831 (with

early version BWV 831 a ), Second

Part of the Clavier Übung

Urtext / Ed. W. Emery

☞ BA 5161

Keyboard Arrangements of

Works by Other Composers I-III

Urtext / Ed. K. Heller

Volume I: Six Concertos

after Vivaldi and Others

BWV 972-977

☞ BA 5221

Volume II: Seven Concertos

after Vivaldi and Others

BWV 978-984

☞ BA 5222

Volume III: Five Concertos

after Vivaldi and Others

BWV 985-987, 592 a , 972 a

(First edition).

2 Sonatas and Fugue after

Reinken BWV 965, 966, 954

☞ BA 5223

Little Piano Pieces

A selection of 27 pieces from

the Notebook for Anna

Magdalena Bach and from

the Notebook for Wilhelm

Friedemann Bach

Ed. E. Doflein

☞ BA 1766

Little Preludes and Fughettas

Urtext / Eds. A. Dürr,

T. Kohlhase, W. Plath, U. Wolf

Compiled by M. Töpel, A. Erényi

☞ BA 5238

Miscellaneous Works for Piano

Urtext / Ed. U. Wolf

Volume I: Six Little Preludes

BWV 933-938, 917, 918, 921, 922,

894-896, 903, 903 a

☞ BA 5232

Volume II: BWV 904, 906,

923/951, 951 a , 944, 946, 948-

950, 952, 959, 961, 967

☞ BA 5233

Volume III: BWV 992, 993,

989, 963, 820, 823, 832, 833,

822, 998

☞ BA 5234

Musical Offering BWV 1079

Volume 1: Ricercari for

harpsichord

Urtext / Ed. C. Wolff

☞ BA 5154

Notebook for Anna

Magdalena Bach, 1725

Urtext / Ed. G. v. Dadelsen

☞ BA 5164

Notebook for Anna

Magdalena Bach 1725

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. G. von Dadelsen

Fingering by

R. Kretschmar-Fischer

☞ BA 5242

Notebook for Friedemann Bach

Urtext / Ed. W. Plath

☞ BA 5163


PIANO / KEYBOARD

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Preludes and Fughettas

composed in conjunction with

the Well-Tempered Clavier II

Urtext / Ed. A. Dürr,

☞ BA 5200

The Six English Suites

BWV 806-811

Urtext / Ed. A. Dürr

☞ BA 5165

The Six French Suites

BWV 812-817. Versions A and B

as well as the alternative

versions BWV 814 a , 815 a /

and the Two Suites BWV 818,

819, 818 a , 819 a

Urtext / Ed. A. Dürr

☞ BA 5219

The Six French Suites

BWV 812-817

Embellished version

Urtext / Ed. A. Dürr

☞ BA 5166

Six Partitas. First Part of the

Clavier Übung BWV 825-830

Urtext / Ed. R. D. Jones

☞ BA 5152

Six Partitas. First Part of the

Clavier Übung BWV 825-830

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. R. D. Jones

With fingering by R. Schirmer

☞ BA 5247

Toccatas BWV 910-916

Urtext / Ed. P. Wollny

☞ BA 5235

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cover illustrations, sample

pages, complete contents,

and descriptive texts.

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Suites, Partitas, Sonatas

Transcribed for harpsichord

by Gustav Leonhardt

Ed. S. Henstra

☞ BA 11820

“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.

• Informative Foreword

by early music specialist

Skip Sempé (Ger/Eng)

• Editorial notes by the

editor Siebe Henstra

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

The Well-Tempered Clavier I

BWV 846-869

Urtext / Ed. A. Dürr

☞ BA 5191

Facsimile edition

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-2368-2

page 145

The Well-Tempered Clavier II

BWV 870-893

Urtext / Ed. A. Dürr

☞ BA 5192

Complete Piano Solo Works

Urtext. 4 Study scores in a set

☞ TP 2002 page 139

Barraqué, Jean

(1928–1973)

Sonate pour piano

Volume I: Score

Volume II: Commentary

Urtext / Ed. H. Henrich

☞ BA 11416

(replaces BA 7284)

Bartók, Béla

(1881–1945)

NEW 2019

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by M. Töpel

☞ BA 6587

9


Setting the New Standard

NEW

2019

Ludwig van Beethoven

The Complete Sonatas for Pianoforte

Vol. I: WoO 47 – Op. 14

(12 Sonatas)

☞ BA 11841

Vol. II: Op. 22 – Op. 53

(12 Sonatas)

☞ BA 11842

Vol. III: Op. 54 – Op. 111

(11 Sonatas)

☞ BA 11843

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

BA 11840 · Set of all 3 volumes

Complete Critical Commentary

to all 35 Sonatas

☞ BA 11840-40

In preparation

To appear in August 2019

Following the critically

acclaimed publication of the

35 Piano Sonatas in separate

editions, Bärenreiter now

presents Beethoven’s Complete

Piano Sonatas in three volumes

edited by the world-renowned

Beethoven specialist

Jonathan Del Mar.

The volumes are equipped with

a thematic catalogue of all

the sonatas. An informative

Foreword provides information

on central editorial problems

of Beethoven's method of

notation as well as

performance-practical

questions regarding this

important repertoire, which

Hans Bülow called the "New

Testament" of piano music.

Limited

Edition

Special

Price

Sonata quasi una

Fantasia in E-flat maj

op. 27 no. 1

Sonata quasi una

Fantasia in C-sharp min

op. 27 no. 2

“Moonlight Sonata”

☞ BA 10853

A sample edition including

both sonatas in their entirety

as well as the complete

accompanying texts.

10 10


The Beethoven Piano Sonatas

• Volume 1 includes a Foreword by

Jonathan Del Mar which discusses

editorial problems with regard to quirks

of Beethoven’s notation, pedal markings,

ties and slurs, accidentals, ornaments,

dynamics, accents, the range of

Beethoven’s instrument, “Punkte” and

“Striche”, as well as fingerings.

• Each volume lists complete Incipits

of all three volumes.

• Running Titles: At the top right corner

on each right music page the opus

number and the movement of the sonata

in question are listed. This enables a

quick identification of each sonata.

• On the first page of each sonata the

main sources are listed at the bottom

similar to a Footnote.

From: Grande Sonate op. 106 · BA 11843

From: Sonate op. 57 · BA 11843

All 35 Piano Sonatas in Separate

Editions à page 12

1111


The 35 Beethoven Sonatas

in Separate Editions

Beethoven, Ludwig van

(1770–1827)

Piano Sonatas

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

With an Introduction by

M. Donat and notes on

performance practice by

J. Del Mar and M. Donat

Three Sonatas

in E-flat maj, in F min, in D maj

WoO 47 “Kurfürsten Sonatas”

☞ BA 11801

From: Beethoven, Grande Sonate in C maj op. 53 “Waldstein” · BA 10856

Grande Sonate in A-flat maj

“Funeral March” op. 26

12☞ BA 11804

12

Three Sonatas in F min,

in A maj, in C maj op. 2

☞ BA 10859

Grande Sonate in E-flat maj op. 7

☞ BA 11802

Three Sonatas in C min, in F maj,

in D maj op. 10

☞ BA 10857

Grande Sonate pathétique

in C min op. 13

With a Foreword by H. Hein

and notes on performance

practice by M. Aschauer

☞ BA 10851

Two Sonatas in E maj, in G maj

op. 14 nos. 1 and 2

☞ BA 10855

Grande Sonate

in B-flat maj op. 22

☞ BA 11803

Sonata quasi una Fantasia

in E-flat maj op. 27 no. 1

Sonata quasi una Fantasia

in C-sharp min op. 27 no. 2

“Moonlight Sonata”

☞ BA 10853

Sonata in D maj op. 28

“Pastorale”

☞ BA 11814

Three Sonatas in G min

“Tempest”, in D min, in E-flat

maj op. 31

☞ BA 11805

Two Sonatas in G min and

in G maj “Sonates faciles”

op. 49

☞ BA 10858

Grande Sonate in C maj op. 53

“Waldstein”

☞ BA 10856

Sonata in F maj op. 54

☞ BA 11806

Sonata in F min

op. 57 “Appassionata”

☞ BA 10852

Sonata in F-sharp maj op. 78

☞ BA 10807

Sonata in G maj

“Sonate facile” op. 79

☞ BA 11815

Sonata in E-flat maj op. 81a

“Les Adieux”

☞ BA 11808

Sonata in E min op. 90

☞ BA 11809

Sonata in A maj op. 101

☞ BA 11811

Grande Sonate

in B-flat maj op. 106

“Hammerklavier”

☞ BA 11810

Sonata in E maj op. 109

☞ BA 10854

in preparation

Sonata in A-flat maj op. 110

☞ BA 11812

Sonata in C min op. 111

☞ BA 11813

NEW 2019

NEW 2019

NEW 2019


Piano Solo – Composers

Beethoven goes Jazz

☞ BA 10930 à page 7

Beethoven, Ludwig van

(1770–1827)

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by A. Töpel

☞ BA 6560

Beethoven, Ludwig van

(1770–1827)

NEW 2019

NEW 2020

Für Elise

Urtext / Ed. M. Aschauer

☞ BA 11839 in preparation

NEW 2020

33 Variations on a

Waltz by A. Diabelli op. 120 and

Variations on a Given Theme

Composed by Vienna’s Most

Excellent Composers and

Virtuosos “Diabelli Variations”

Urtext / Ed. M. Aschauer

with notes on performance

practice

☞ BA 9656 in preparation

NEW 2020

33 Variations on a Waltz

by A. Diabelli op. 120

“Diabelli Variations”

Urtext / Ed. M. Aschauer

with notes on performance

practice

☞ BA 9657 in preparation

NEW 2020

Complete Bagatelles

Urtext / Ed. M. Aschauer

with notes on performance

practice

☞ BA 9649 in preparation

NEW 2020

Siân Derry

Figurations and Exercises

for Piano

Beethoven on Piano Playing

Text booklet on every aspect of

performing Beethoven’s piano

music based exclusively on

musical samples notated by

Beethoven (Eng/Ger)

☞ BA 11800 in preparation

This booklet addresses central

practical questions regarding

e.g. fingering, sound

production, pedalling, trills,

articulation, dynamics,

instruments and their range,

span of the hands, and

experimental sounds.

Brahms, Johannes

(1833–1897)

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by A. Töpel

☞ BA 6566

Byrd, William

(1538–1623)

Cabezón, Antonio de

(1510–1566)

NEW 2019

Organ and Keyboard Works

Fantasias and Related Works

Urtext / Ed. D. Hunter

☞ BA 10897

To appear in May 2019

William Byrd is one of the

great English composers of

the late 16 th and early 17 th

centuries. Today this creative

Catholic at the Anglican

court of Elizabeth I is known

primarily for his masses,

motets and madrigals.

However, in addition to vocal

music he also composed

an impressive number of

keyboard pieces that brook

comparison in quality

Selected Works for Keyboard

Urtext / Eds. G. Doderer,

M. B. Ripoll

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

BA 9270 · Set of all 4 volumes

The volumes are also

available separately.

→ page 41

PIANO / KEYBOARD

Brahms, Johannes

(1833–1897)

Further editions of piano

works by J. Brahms à page 14

with those of his younger

contemporaries Frescobaldi

and Sweelinck. This edition

contains a selection of his

major works for keyboard

instruments, some taken

from such famous collections

as the “Fitzwilliam Virginal

Book”, “Parthenia” and “My

Ladye Nevells Booke”.

In addition to five largescale

fantasias, including

the monumental “Fantasia in

a”, there are smaller preludes

and voluntaries and three

contrapuntal hexachord

settings.

The Foreword offers a

detailed overview and

evaluation of the sources,

brief descriptions of the

pieces and valuable

information on notation

and performance practice.

• Urtext edition at the

cutting edge of scholarship

• Extensive Foreword

(Ger/Eng) and detailed

Critical Commentary (Eng)

• Practical and user-friendly

layout

Chabrier, Emmanuel

(1841–1894)

Habanera

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. B. Schilling-Wang

Fingering by T. Stefanovich

☞ BA 10839

13


PIANO / KEYBOARD

Johannes Brahms

Master of Romantic Piano Music

Brahms, Johannes

(1833–1897)

Albumblatt for Piano

Urtext / Ed. C. Hogwood

☞ BA 9606

During his research on

Brahms’ Horn Trio, Christopher

Hogwood came across an

unpublished source which had

not been taken into

consideration for any previous

edition. In a guest book –

which included contributions

from Robert and Clara

Schumann, Mendelssohn,

Jenny Lind, Rossini and Liszt –

Brahms had notated a short

piano piece. The source

consists of a one-page

autograph of this literal

“Albumblatt” (untitled by

Brahms). The composer used it

12 years later – revised and

transposed from A minor to

A-flat minor – in his Horn Trio.

Ballades op. 10

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. C. Köhn

Fingering and suggestions

for performance by the editor

☞ BA 9601

Fantasies op. 116

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. C. Köhn

☞ BA 9628

Three Intermezzi op. 117

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. C. Köhn

☞ BA 9629

Piano Pieces op. 118

Urtext with fingering /

14Ed. C. Köhn

☞ BA 9630

Piano Pieces op. 119

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. C. Köhn

☞ BA 9631

From: Brahms, Two Rhapsodies op. 79 · BA 9614

NEW 2018

Two Rhapsodies op. 79

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. C. Köhn

Fingering and suggestions

for performance by the editor

☞ BA 9614

Brahms expert Christian Köhn

presents these popular pieces

in an up-to-date edition

that remains faithful to the

sources and reflects the

latest findings of Brahms

scholarship. In addition to

the informative Foreword the

edition offers enlightening

details regarding performance

practice of Brahms' day. With

a reader-friendly engraving,

comfortable page turns

including a fold-out page and

fingering where required, the

edition meets all the needs of

today’s performers.

Waltzes op. 39

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. C. Köhn

Fingering and suggestions

for performance by the editor

☞ BA 9602

Waltzes op. 39

Easy version

(arranged by the composer)

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. C. Köhn

Fingering and suggestions

for performance by the editor

☞ BA 9603

Brahms’ popular 16 Waltzes,

composed in 1866 for four

hands, were transcribed by

Brahms one year later for

two hands.

At the request of his publisher,

Brahms also wrote an easier

version of the works for solo

piano. Brahms himself

described the first version as

suitable for “reasonable

hands”, that is, for proficient

players, and the easier version

as “perhaps for prettier hands”,

that is, for domestic music

making.

The easily accessible pieces

are among the composer’s

most popular works and

are particularly suitable for

students.

Variations and Fugue on

a Theme by Handel op. 24

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. C. Köhn

Fingering and suggestions for

performance by the editor

☞ BA 9607


PIANO / KEYBOARD

Piano Solo – Composers

Chopin, Frédéric

(1810–1849)

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by A. Töpel

☞ BA 6565

“They [the volumes] are indeed

cause for celebration: They are

superb, and set new standards ...”

Early Music America

NEW 2018

Pièces de clavecin

Second livre (1717)

with 8 Préludes and 1

Allemande from “L’Art de

toucher le clavecin” (1716–1717)

for Harpsichord

Urtext / Ed. D. Herlin

☞ BA 10845

Chopin, Frédéric

(1810–1849)

Barcarolle in F-sharp maj

for piano op. 60

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. W. Bitzan

Fingering and notes on

performance practice by

H. Rittner

☞ BA 11831

Chopin, Frédéric

(1810–1849)

NEW 2019

24 Préludes op. 28

Prélude op. 45

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. C. Flamm

Fingering and notes on

performance practice by

H. Rittner

☞ BA 9610

Couperin, François

(1833–1897)

Pièces de clavecin

Premier livre

Urtext / Ed. D. Herlin

☞ BA 10844

• Pioneering edition with

first evaluation of an

extensive body of sources

• Includes Couperin’s original

expression marks

• Contains nine original

compositions from “L’Art de

toucher le clavecin” (1716–17)

Chopin, Frédéric

(1810–1849)

NEW 2019

Sonata in B min op. 58

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. P. Badura-Skoda

With fingering and notes on

performance practice by the

editor

☞ BA 11828

in preparation

From: Couperin, Pièces de clavecin. Second livre · BA 10845

15


PIANO / KEYBOARD

French Impressionism: Claude Debussy

Images

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. D. Woodfull-Harris

Foreword and notes on

performance practice

by B. Schilling-Wang

Fingering by T. Stefanovich

Images 1 re série

(“Reflets dans l’eau, Hommage

à Rameau, Mouvement”)

☞ BA 10821 Volume 1

Images 2 e série

(“Cloches à travers les feuilles,

Et la lune descend sur le

temple qui fut, Poissons d’or”)

☞ BA 10822 Volume 2

The virtuoso piano writing –

in the second book notated

throughout on three staves –

is “a real revolution in the art

of piano music” (Louis Laloy).

Préludes pour Piano

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. T. Kabisch

Fingering by M. Widmaier

Préludes 1 er livre

☞ BA 10818 Volume 1

Debussy links the 12 “Préludes”

in his first book not by a tonal

scheme, but by means of a

chain of associative mottos or

titles which appear at the end

of each piece and which may

give a hint of the overall poetic

content.

The fingering by Martin

Widmaier traces musical lines

and supports sensitive sound

production. There are also

special fingering exercises to

assist in the learning of the

chordal structures.

NEW 2020

Préludes 2

16

nd livre

☞ BA 10819 Volume 2

in preparation

From: Debussy, Images 1 re série · BA 10821

Children's Corner

☞ BA 8767

Deux Arabesques

☞ BA 8768

Pour le piano

☞ BA 8770

Suite bergamasque

☞ BA 8769

Each edition:

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. R. Back

Fingering by F. Palme

Of particular interest is the

detailed introduction to

each volume, which

includes a history of the

work and valuable

information regarding

pedalling, tempo and

phrasing, fingering,

articulation and dynamics.


PIANO / KEYBOARD

Piano Solo – Composers

Debussy, Claude

(1862–1918)

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by A. Töpel

☞ BA 6573

Dušek, František Xaver

(1731–1799)

The Complete Sonatas

for Keyboard

Urtext / Ed. V. Spurný

☞ BA 11513 Volume I

☞ BA 11514 Volume II

Frescobaldi, Girolamo

(1583–1643)

Organ and Keyboard Works

Urtext / Ed. C. Stembridge

with K. Gilbert

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

BA 9200 · Set of all 5 volumes

The volumes are also available

separately.

→ page 41

Grieg, Edvard

(1843–1907)

NEW 2019

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by A. Töpel

☞ BA 6575

Handel, George Frideric

(1685–1759)

Keyboard Works III

Miscellaneous Suites and

Pieces. First Part

Urtext / Ed. T. Best

☞ BA 4222

Keyboard Works IV

Miscellaneous Suites and

Pieces. Second Part

Urtext / Ed. T. Best

☞ BA 4223

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

BA 4262 · Set of all 4 volumes

Fauré, Gabriel

(1845–1924)

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. C. Grabowski

Fingering by the composer

or Louis Diémer

Ballade op. 19

☞ BA 10841

Barcarolles

☞ BA 10842

Valses-Caprices

☞ BA 10843

• Based on the “Œuvres

complètes de Gabriel Fauré”

• Based on the latest research

findings and extensive

source studies

• Informative forewords with

advice on performance

practice (Fr/Eng/Ger)

Handel, George Frideric

(1685–1759)

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by A. Töpel

☞ BA 6578

Keyboard Works I

First Set of 1720. The Eight

Great Suites HWV 426-433

Urtext / Eds. R. Steglich, T. Best

☞ BA 4224

Keyboard Works II

Second Set of 1733: Suites

de Pièces pour le Clavecin

HWV 434–442

Urtext / Eds. P. Northway,

T. Best

☞ BA 4221

Haydn, Joseph

(1732–1809)

Late Piano Sonatas

Urtext with fingering /

Eds. B. Moosbauer, H. M. Stüwe

With notes on performance

practice and fingering by

Rebecca Maurer

☞ BA 10804

• Critical performing edition

at the cutting edge of

musicology

• Valuable notes on period

performance practice

(Ger/Eng)

• Includes historically

informed fingering

• Practical page turns

• Informative Foreword

(Ger/Eng) and Critical

Commentary (Eng)

17


PIANO / KEYBOARD

Piano Solo – Composers

Kleeb, Jean

(*1964)

Baila Negra

13 new Latin-American Piano

Pieces. Ready to Play

☞ BA 10604 page 6

Classic goes Jazz

☞ BA 8760 page 6

Jazzy Piano

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10627 page 7

Haydn, Joseph

(1732–1809)

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by A. Töpel

☞ BA 4631

Janáček, Leoš

(1854–1928)

V mlhách / In the Mists

Urtext with fingering /

Eds. L. Kundera, J. Burghauser

With fingering by R. Kvapil

☞ BA 9500

1. X. 1905 “Sonata”

Urtext with fingering /

Eds. L. Kundera, J. Burghauser

With fingering by R. Kvapil

☞ BA 9501

Po zarostlém chodníčku /

On an Overgrown Path

Series I-II

Urtext with fingering /

Eds. L. Kundera, J. Burghauser

With fingering by R. Kvapil

☞ BA 9502

Janáček, Leoš

(1854–1928)

Selected Piano Works

Urtext / Ed. O. Pivoda

☞ BA 11545

NEW 2018

This Urtext edition of

Janáček’s works includes

lesser-known piano pieces and

miniatures from his late years.

They complete our picture of

Janáček the piano composer,

best known for the cycles “On

an Overgrown Path” and “In

the Mists”. The late miniatures

reveal his compositional style

at its most concise.

The editor Ondřej Pivoda

has taken the autograph

manuscripts as his principal

sources while consulting

other accessible sources, such

as historical editions and

copyist’s manuscripts. This

series of piano miniatures

appears for the first time in a

scholarly-critical edition.

• First Urtext edition of

Janáček’s lesser-known

piano pieces

• Several pieces published

for the first time

• Foreword (Cz/Eng/Ger)

and Critical Commentary

(Eng)

Koželuch, Leopold

(1747–1818)

Complete Sonatas

for Keyboard Solo

Urtext / Ed. C. Hogwood

Volume I: 12 sonatas

from the years 1780–1784

☞ BA 9511

Volume II: 12 sonatas

from the years 1784–1786

☞ BA 9512

Volume III: 13 sonatas

from the years 1788–1797

☞ BA 9513

Volume IV:

6 sonatas from the years

1807–1809, 1 sonata from the

1770s, 6 sonatas which exist

only in manuscript

☞ BA 9514

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

BA 9515 · Set of all 4 volumes

18


PIANO / KEYBOARD

(Koželuch, Leopold)

As the foremost representative

of Czech music in 18 th century

Vienna, Leopold Koželuch was

noted primarily as composer,

pianist and keyboard teacher.

His 50 keyboard sonatas span

his entire career and mark not

only the transition from the

harpsichord and clavichord

manner to the fully idiomatic

forte-piano style, but also the

evolution of the “classical

sonata” during three decades

(1773–1806).

• Suitable for amateurs as

well as professionals; ideal

for teaching purposes

Martinů, Bohuslav

(1890–1959)

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. L. H. Berná

Fingering by L. H. Berná

☞ BA 9586

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix

(1809–1847)

Sieben Charakterstücke op. 7 /

Sechs Kinderstücke op. 72

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. H. Stüwe

With fingering by

M. Kirschnereit

☞ BA 9083

The edition contains both

piano cycles in the versions

published in the first edition.

An extensive appendix also

includes autograph variants

and early versions.

Loutky / Puppets I-III

Short pieces for piano

Revised edition by A. Březina

☞ H 7875 Volume I

☞ H 7946 Volume II

☞ H 7963 Volume III

Liszt, Franz

(1811–1886)

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by A. Töpel

☞ BA 6577

Sonata in B min for Piano

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. M. Kube

Fingering by the composer

☞ BA 9650

• With optimum page turns

• Informative Foreword

(Eng/Ger) and critical notes

(Eng) on questionable

readings and deviations

in the sources

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

H 7970 · Set of all 3 volumes

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix

(1809–1847)

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by A. Töpel

☞ BA 6568

Songs without Words

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. R. Larry Todd

With fingering by

M. Kirschnereit

☞ BA 9069

This edition includes all the

collections printed during

Mendelssohn’s lifetime,

together with those published

posthumously. The appendix

also contains a selection of the

“Songs without Words” which

have survived individually,

including two pieces which

have not been available in

modern editions until now.

19


PIANO / KEYBOARD

Piano Solo – Composers

“Ah, vous dirai-je Maman”

Twelve variations in C maj

for piano K. 265 (300 e )

Urtext / Ed. K. v. Fischer

☞ BA 4779

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix

(1809–1847)

20

Variations for Piano

op. 54, op. 82, op. 83

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. H. Stüwe

With fingering by

M. Kirschnereit

☞ BA 9082

The edition offers the versions

of the first editions and in

addition, for the first time,

the numerous variants which

survive in different autograph

manuscripts.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

“Ah, vous dirai-je Maman”

Twelve variations in C maj

for piano K. 265 (300 e )

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. K. von Fischer

Fingering by M. Kirschnereit

☞ BA 5765

Complete Piano Sonatas

Urtext / Eds. W. Plath,

W. Rehm

Volume 1: Nos. 1-9 K. 279-284,

309-311

☞ BA 4861

Volume 2: Nos. 10–18 K. 330-

333, 457, 475, 533 + 494, 545,

570, 576

☞ BA 4862

Complete Variations for Piano

Urtext / Ed. K. v. Fischer

☞ BA 5746

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by M. Töpel

☞ BA 5327

Fantasy in D min K. 397 (385 g )

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. W. Plath

Fingering by M. Kirschnereit

☞ BA 5764

Miscellaneous Works for Piano

Urtext / Ed. W. Plath

☞ BA 5745

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

The Music Books of Mozart

and His Sister for Piano

Urtext / Ed. W. Plath

☞ BA 9177

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.

• 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

NEW 2018


Innovative Editorial Approach

Edition after the first printed edition Artaria 1784

PIANO / KEYBOARD

KLAVIER



Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Edition after the autograph

Sonata for Piano in A maj

K. 331 (300 i ) with the Rondo

"Alla Turca"

Urtext / Ed. M. Aschauer

With a Foreword and notes

on performance practice by

M. Aschauer

☞ BA 9186

Published in 1784, Mozart’s

Sonata A major with the famous

Rondo “Alla Turca” finale, is one

of the most popular works in

the entire piano literature.

Now a newly resurfaced

section of the autograph has

prompted Bärenreiter to issue

an up-to-date Urtext edition

of this celebrated piece. The

editor, Mario Aschauer, has set

new editorial standards and

offers the most innovative

methodological approach of

our time. His scholarly-critical

performance edition is the only

one to remain entirely true to

the sources by presenting the

musical text of the autograph

and the original print separately.

Both forms of the sonata are

historically legitimate; the editor

has not merged the sources

to produce a new text. The

section on performance practice

provides valuable information on

Mozart’s claviers as well as on the

refinement of touch, articulation,

pedalling and ornamentation.

• Foreword with new insights into

the work’s publication history

(Eng/Ger)

• Optimum page-turns and

well-presented engraving

• Critical Commentary (Eng)

• Includes valuable information

on performance practice

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Serenade in G maj

“Eine kleine Nachtmusik” K. 525

With fingering

Arranged for piano by M. Töpel

☞ BA 9160

Sonata in C maj “facile” K. 545

Urtext with fingering /

Eds. W. Plath, W. Rehm

Fingering by M. Kirschnereit

☞ BA 5763

Mozart goes Jazz

Arranged by J. Kleeb

☞ BA 8761

à page 7

Mussorgsky, Modest

(1839–1881)

Pictures at an Exhibition

A Remembrance of

Viktor Hartmann

Urtext / Ed. C. Flamm

☞ BA 9621

• Optimum page turns

• New readings

• Extensive information on

the work and performancerelated

issues

21


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Piano Solo – Composers

Rameau, Jean-Philippe

(1683–1764)

Pièces de Clavecin

With the composer’s original

appended texts unabridged

and with several facsimile

reproductions (Ger/Fr/Eng).

Ed. E. R. Jacobi

☞ BA 3800

Pièces de Clavecin

Complete Keyboard Works I-III

Urtext / Ed. S. Rampe

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

BA 6584 · Set of all 3 volumes

The volumes are also available

separately.

Ravel, Maurice

(1875–1937)

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by A. Töpel

☞ BA 6580

Ravel, Maurice

(1875–1937)

Pavane pour une infante

défunte pour piano

Urtext / Eds. R. Back,

D. Woodfull-Harris

☞ BA 9632

No distribution rights

for France.

Valses nobles

et sentimentales

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. N. Southon

With notes on performance

and fingering by A. Tharaud

☞ BA 10826

No distribution rights

for France.

Satie, Erik

(1866–1925)

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by A. Töpel

☞ BA 6574

Schubert, Franz

(1797–1828)

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by A. Töpel

☞ BA 5639

Further editions of piano

works by F. Schubert

page 24

Ravel, Maurice

(1875–1937)

NEW 2019

Jeux d’eau

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. N. Southon

With notes on performance

and fingering by A. Tharaud

☞ BA 10824

No distribution rights

for France.

From: Ravel, Valse nobles et sentimentales for Piano · BA 10826

22


PIANO / KEYBOARD

• Urtext editions based on

all the sources and latest

research findings

• Easy to moderately difficult

pieces

• Ideal for teaching purposes

• Optimum page-turns

• Translations of all of Satie’s

French texts (Ger/Eng)

• Notes on performance

practice (Ger/Eng)

• Informative Forewords

(Ger/Eng) and Critical

Commentaries (Eng)

Atmospheric Piano Music by Satie

in Bärenreiter Urtext Editions

Satie, Erik

(1866–1925)

Avant-dernières pensées

Urtext / Ed. J. Rosteck

With notes on performance

practice by S. Schleiermacher

☞ BA 10849

Embryons desséchés

Urtext / Ed. J. Rosteck

With notes on performance

practice by S. Schleiermacher

☞ BA 10811

From: Avant-dernières Pensées · BA 10849

Gnossiennes

Urtext / Ed. J. Rosteck

Suggestions for performance

by S. Schleiermacher

☞ BA 10807

This Bärenreiter Urtext edition

offers variant readings and

presents “Gnossienne No. 7” in

its authentic form for the first

time. Like the “Gymnopédies”

(BA 10806), the Gnossiennes are

particularly suitable for piano

teaching because of their easy

to medium difficulty level.

Le fils des étoiles for Piano

Urtext / Ed. S. Schleiermacher

Notes on interpretation

☞ BA 10814

Ogives

Gymnopédies

Urtext / Ed. J. Rosteck

Suggestions for performance

by S. Schleiermacher

☞ BA 10806

No distribution rights

for France.

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Schubert Piano Editions in a New Look

Schubert, Franz

(1797–1828)

• Scholarly-critical editions

based on the Urtext of the

“New Schubert Edition”,

taking all known sources

into account

• Newly engraved editions

with optimum page turns

and fold-out pages

• With notes on performance

practice (Ger/Eng) by

Mario Aschauer

• With detailed Forewords

(Ger/Eng) and Critical

Commentaries (Eng)

Fantasies for Piano

Urtext / Eds. W. Dürr,

D. Goldberger

With notes on performance

practice by M. Aschauer

☞ BA 10862

This Urtext edition unites

Schubert’s great fantasies for

solo piano in a single volume

and presents the early work

“Fantasy in C minor” for the

first time in a scholarly-critical

Urtext edition. It offers

advanced pupils, students and

professional pianists a richly

varied, musically and

technically thrilling addition

to their repertoire.

Fantasy in C maj D 760 op. 15

“Wanderer Fantasy” for Piano

Urtext / Ed. W. Dürr

With notes on performance

practice by M. Aschauer

☞ BA 10870

Impromptus D 899 op. 90

and D 935 op. post. 142

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. W. Dürr

Fingering and notes on

performance practice by

M. Aschauer

☞ BA 9648

Late Piano Pieces

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. W. Dürr

Fingering and notes on

performance practice by

M. Aschauer

☞ BA 9634

NEW 2018

Ungarische Melodie D 817 /

Allegretto in c D 915 /

Drei Klavierstücke D 946

Moments Musicaux D 780

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. W. Dürr

Fingering and notes on

performance practice by

M. Aschauer

☞ BA 9647

The Complete

Piano Sonatas in

Collected Editions

NEW 2019

Piano Sonatas III

Early Sonatas

Urtext / Ed. W. Litschauer

☞ BA 9644 in preparation

Piano Sonatas I and II

Urtext / Ed. W. Litschauer

☞ BA 5648

☞ BA 9643

in preparation

NEW 2018

Sonata in G maj for Piano

D 894 op. 78

Urtext / Ed. W. Litschauer

☞ BA 9615

Sonata in C min

for Piano D 958

Urtext / Ed. W. Litschauer

With notes on performance

practice by M. Aschauer

☞ BA 10869

Sonata in A maj

for Piano D 959

Urtext / Ed. W. Litschauer

With notes on performance

practice by M. Aschauer

☞ BA 10861

Sonata in B-flat maj

for Piano D 960

Urtext / Ed. W. Litschauer

With notes on performance

practice by M. Aschauer

☞ BA 10860

24


PIANO / KEYBOARD

Piano Solo – Composers

Schulhoff, Erwin

(1894–1942)

Jazz-inspired Works for Piano

Urtext / Ed. M. Kube

☞ BA 9559

This edition contains five of

Schulhoff’s piano cycles with

a total of thirty-five jazzinflected

pieces ranging from

the relatively easy “Esquisses

de jazz” (1927) to the fairly

demanding “Cinq études de

jazz” (1926). This is the first

Urtext edition of this music

and draws on the original

prints comparing them with

the surviving handwritten

sources. Errors have been

corrected and distinctive

traits of Schulhoff’s notation

retained.

Sonatas Nos. 1–3 for Piano

Urtext / Ed. M. Kube

☞ BA 9560

Schumann, Clara

(1819–1896)

Romantic Piano Music

Ed. F. Goebels

☞ BA 6550 Volume 1

☞ BA 6556 Volume 2

Schumann, Robert

(1810–1856)

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by A. Töpel

☞ BA 6567

Schumann, Robert

(1810–1856)

43 Piano Pieces

for the Young op. 68

“Album for the Young”

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. H. M. Stüwe

Fingering and notes on

performance practice

by R. Schirmer

☞ BA 9641

• Urtext edition at the

cutting edge of scholarship

• Many additional pieces and

“Advice to Young Musicians”

in the appendix

• Original pedal markings by

Clara Schumann and

fingering by Ragna Schirmer

• Detailed Foreword

(Ger/Eng) and Critical

Commentary (Eng)

Kinderszenen /

Scenes from Childhood op. 15

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. H. Stüwe

Fingering by R. Schirmer

☞ BA 9639

Waldszenen op. 82

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. H. Stüwe

Fingering by R. Schirmer

☞ BA 9640

Skrjabin, Aleksandr

(1871–1915)

Complete Piano Sonatas

Urtext / Ed. C. Flamm

Volume 1: Youth Sonatas

☞ BA 9616

Volume 2: Sonatas Nos. 4 and 5

☞ BA 9617

Volume 3: Sonatas Nos. 6, 7, 8

☞ BA 9618

in preparation

Volume 4: Sonatas Nos. 9, 10

☞ BA 9619

Smetana, Bedřich

(1824–1884)

Rêves / Dreams

Urtext / Ed. J. Gabrielová

☞ BA 9529

Smetana, Bedřich

(1824–1884)

Macbeth

Sketch for the Scene of

Macbeth and the Witches

after Shakespeare

Urtext / Ed. J. Gabrielová

☞ BA 11537

Suk, Josef

(1874–1935)

Životem a snem /

Things Lived and Dreamt

Ten Pieces for Piano op. 30

Urtext / Ed. J. Gabrielová

☞ BA 9561

Suková, Otilie

(1878–1905)

Piano Pieces

Urtext / Ed. E. Prchalová

☞ BA 11557

NEW 2018

NEW 2018

Otilie Suková was the

daughter of Antonín Dvořák

and the wife of Josef Suk.

A gifted musician, she played

the piano and wrote several

compositions of her own,

inspired by her musical

surroundings. Four of her

piano pieces have survived;

Suk wrote them down after

his wife’s performance.

“Lullaby”, “Humoresque” and

“Joey on the Horsie” were

published four years after

her death as a supplement

to the periodical Zlatá Praha.

“To Dear Daddy” appears here

for the first time in print. It

is based on two manuscripts;

the first is Suk's manuscript,

the second is Otilie's clean

copy of Suk's manuscript.

25


PIANO / KEYBOARD

Piano Solo – Composers

Telemann, Georg Philipp

(1681–1767)

Piano Fantasies TWV 33:1-36

Ed. M. Seiffert

☞ BA 733

Tchaikovsky, Peter

(1840–1893)

Easy Piano Pieces and Dances

Ed. M. Töpel

Fingering by A. Töpel

☞ BA 6576

Vierne, Louis

(1870–1937)

Complete Piano Works

Urtext / Ed. H. Schauerte-

Maubouet with O. Gardon and

B. de Leersnyder

Volume I

The Early Works (1893–1912)

Ed. B. de Leersnyder

☞ BA 9611

Volume II

The First World War

(1914–1916)

Ed. O. Gardon

☞ BA 9612

Volume III

The Last Works (1916–1922)

Ed. H. Schauerte-Maoubouet

☞ BA 9613

No distribution rights

for France.

Piano Duet /

Two Pianos – Collections

Bärenreiter Piano Album

Four-Hand

For piano duet. In score format.

With information on the

pieces and suggestions for

performance (Ger/Eng/Fr)

Ed. M. Töpel

☞ BA 6559

Klavier-Festival Ruhr

Bärenreiter Piano Album

Contemporary music

for two and four hands

Eds. T. Bleek, M. Töpel

Fingering by P. L. Aimard

and T. Stefanovich

☞ BA 9659

In the versions for piano duet,

one part is kept sufficiently

easy for the less experienced

pianist to play.

Piano Duet /

Two Pianos – Composers

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Concerto a due Cembali

senza ripieno BWV 1061a

Urtext / Eds. K. Heller,

H. J. Schulze

Two scores are required

for performance

☞ BA 5245

Brahms, Johannes

(1833–1897)

Serenade No. 1 in D maj op. 11

for piano duet

Urtext / Ed. C. Köhn

☞ BA 6570

Souvenir de la Russie

Six fantasies for piano duet.

In score format

Ed. M. Töpel

☞ BA 6554

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

Ze Šumavy / From the

Bohemian Forest op. 68

for piano duet

Ed. A. Čubr

☞ BA 9565

Legendy / Legends op. 59

for piano duet

Eds. F. Bartoš, A. Pokorný,

K. Šolc

☞ H 1801

Slovanské tance /

Slavonic Dances

for piano duet

Ed. J. Burghauser

Newly engraved in score

format

1 st Series op. 46

☞ BA 9547

2 nd Series op. 72

☞ BA 9548

26


PIANO / KEYBOARD

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix

(1809–1847)

Seven Songs without Words

op. 62 nos. 1-6 and op. 67 no. 1

in Mendelssohn’s own

arrangement for piano duet.

First edition.

Ed. R. Langley

☞ BA 8101

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Complete Works

for two Pianos

Urtext with fingering /

Ed. E. F. Schmid

(K. 426 and 448 and

fragments) and F. Ferguson /

W. Rehm (Larghetto and

Allegro in E-flat maj, K.6 deest),

based on the edition

by G. Croll. Foreword by

M. H. Schmid.

Fingering by H. P. and V. Stenzl

☞ BA 9161

• Foreword (Ger/Eng) with

detailed commentary on the

composition of the works

and tips on performance

practice

Fantasia in G min and Fugue

in G maj K. Anh. 32 and 45

Sonata Movement (Grave

and Presto) in B-flat maj

K. Anh. 42 for two pianos.

Two completions

Ed. M. Töpel

☞ BA 9638

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Works for Piano Duet

Part I: Original works

for piano duet;

Part II: 1. Completions of

the fragments K. 357

(Fr 1787 i and Fr 1791 a );

2. Transcriptions of individual

pieces by Mozart for Organ

and Mechanical Organ

Urtext / Eds. W. Rehm,

M. Töpel

☞ BA 9179

Informative forewords to the

main part and the appendix

together with explanatory

notes on the evaluation of the

sources as well as “Eingänge”

and fermata embellishments

by M. Töpel complete this

volume.

Satie, Erik

(1866–1925)

3 Morceaux en forme de Poire

avec une Manière

de Commencement,

une Prolongation

du même & Un En Plus,

suivi d’une Redite

for piano duet

Urtext / Ed. J. Rosteck

With performance suggestions

by S. Schleiermacher,

in score format

☞ BA 10809

In 1903, Satie composed his

famous cycle for piano duet

with a provocative and

ambiguous title: in French,

poire means “pear” but also

“dimwit”. It is a detached and

ironic commentary on the

constraints of musical form.

• First scholarly-critical

Urtext edition

• Of an easy to moderate

level of difficulty

• Includes translations of all

expression and tempo

markings (Fr/Ger/Eng)

• Detailed foreword

(Ger/Eng) and Critical

Commentary (Eng)

Schubert, Franz

(1797–1828)

Works for Piano Duet III

Urtext / Eds. W. Litschauer

(Nos. 2-5), W. Aderhold (No. 1)

With suggestions on

performance practice by

M. Aschauer, in score format

☞ BA 9645

• Urtext edition including the

late works, composed

between 1826 and 1828

Variations on a Theme

from L. J. Ferdinand Hérold's

opera “Marie” op. 82,1 (D 908) /

Fantasy in F minor op. 103

(D 940) / Allegro in A minor

op. post. 144 (D 947) / Rondo in

A major op. post. 107 (D 951) /

Fugue in E minor op. post. 152

(D 952)

Smetana, Bedřich

(1824–1884)

Vltava / The Moldau

for piano duet

Version for piano duet

by the composer

Urtext / Ed. H. Macdonald

With an introduction by

O. Mojžíšová

☞ BA 9549

• Urtext edition with Primo

and Secondo parts printed

on facing pages

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Piano Concertos

in arrangements for 2 pianos

(solo piano / orchestral reduction)

The Beethoven

Piano Concertos

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Eight Concertos

for harpsichord and strings

Urtext / Ed. W. Breig

☞ TP 410 Study score

Piano reductions:

Concerto I in D min BWV 1052

☞ BA 5224-90°

Concerto II in E maj BWV 1053

☞ BA 5225-90°

Concerto III in D maj BWV 1054

☞ BA 5226-90°

Concerto IV in A maj BWV 1055

☞ BA 5227-90°

Concerto V in F min BWV 1056

☞ BA 5228-90°

Concerto VI in F maj BWV 1057

for harpsichord, two recorders

and strings

☞ BA 5229-90°

• Piano reductions with separate solo piano parts

The piano reductions to Beethoven’s piano concertos

appear in a new format: As customary in the 19 th century

there is a separate solo piano part containing tutti

passages and cues. This affords the soloist sensible page

turns and offers the possibility to lead the ensemble

from the piano. The piano reduction includes the orchestral

reduction as well as the solo piano part above it in

small print.

Concerto No. 2 in B-flat maj

for Pianoforte and Orchestra,

op. 19

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9022-90°

Piano reduction

☞ BA 9022-40

Critical Commentary (Eng)

☞ TP 922 Study score

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Concerto in G min BWV 1058

☞ BA 5230-90°

Concerto in D min BWV 1052a

arranged by C. P. E. Bach

☞ BA 5231-90°

Beethoven, Ludwig van

(1770–1827)

Concerto No. 1 in C maj

for Pianoforte and Orchestra,

op. 15

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9021-90°

Piano reduction

☞ BA 9021-40

Critical Commentary (Eng)

☞ TP 921 Study score

Del Mar has found no less than

17 corrections in Beethoven’s

autograph which he made

after the Piano Concerto

No. 1 in C major op. 15 was

published. These have been

brought to light in this new

Bärenreiter edition.

• Includes Beethoven’s

cadenzas

Concerto No. 3 in C min

for Pianoforte and Orchestra,

op. 37

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9023-90°

Piano reduction

☞ BA 9023-40

Critical Commentary (Eng)

☞ TP 923 Study score

Beethoven’s Piano Concerto

No. 3 is the only concerto where

no authentic manuscript exists

for the solo part. However,

Beethoven oversaw the first

printed edition of the solo part

(1804) with great diligence.

Plate corrections bear witness

to the care with which

Beethoven placed slurs and

pedal markings in order to be

consistent and unambiguous.

By means of a thorough

examination of the sources

this Urtext edition presents

many corrections in terms of

articulation, dynamics and notes.


For Beethoven

use Bärenreiter

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Concerto No. 4 in G maj

for Pianoforte and Orchestra,

op. 58

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9024-90°

Piano reduction

☞ BA 9024-40

Critical Commentary (Eng)

☞ TP 924 Study score

Concerto No. 5 in E-flat maj

for Pianoforte and Orchestra,

op. 73 – “Emperor”

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9025-90°

Piano reduction

☞ BA 9025-40

Critical Commentary (Eng)

☞ TP 925 Study score

Concerto in D maj

for Pianoforte and Orchestra

after the Violin Concerto op. 61

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

Piano reduction with an Urtext

solo piano part and an

additional piano part with

fingering by Y. Murikami

☞ BA 9013-90°

☞ BA 9019-40

Critical Commentary (Eng)

Del Mar has worked with all

known sources to bring

together a groundbreaking

scholarly-critical edition which

finally provides clarity

From: Beethoven, Concerto No. 2 in B-flat maj · BA 9022-90 (Solo Piano Part)

regarding Beethoven’s solo and

tutti markings, as well as his

articulation and dynamics in

the solo piano part. Of great

importance and interest are

Beethoven’s original cadenzas

as no original cadenzas for the

earlier version of op. 61 for

violin and orchestra exist.

° = Performance material

available on sale

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Piano Concertos

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

Concerto in G min

for Piano and Orchestra op. 33

Urtext / Ed. R. v. Steijn

☞ BA 10420-90•

Piano reduction

• 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

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Piano Concertos

NEW 2018

- K. 175 (No. 5), Concert

Rondo in D maj K. 382

Urtext / Ed. M. Flothuis

☞ BA 5315-90°

Piano reduction

- K. 238 (No. 6) in B-flat maj

Urtext / Ed. M. Flothuis

☞ BA 5316-90°

Piano reduction

- K. 242 (No. 7) in F maj

“Lodron Concerto” for three

or two Pianos and Orchestra

Edition for 2 soloists and

accompaniment

Urtext / Ed. M. Flothuis

☞ BA 5389-90°

Piano reduction

3 copies needed for

performance

- K. 246 (No. 8) in C maj

“Lützow Concerto”

Urtext / Ed. C. Wolff

☞ BA 5388-90°

Piano reduction

- K. 271 (No. 9) in E-flat maj

“Jeunehomme Concerto”

Urtext / Ed. C. Wolff

☞ BA 4790-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 242 Study score

- K. 365 (No. 10) in E-flat maj

for two Pianos and Orchestra

Urtext / Ed. C. Wolff

☞ BA 5390-90°

Piano reduction

3 copies needed for

performance

- K. 413 (No. 11) in F maj

Urtext / Ed. C. Wolff

☞ BA 4874-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 245 Study Score

- K. 414 (No. 12) in A maj

Urtext / Ed. C. Wolff

☞ BA 4876-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 244 Study score

- K. 415 (No. 13) in C maj

Urtext / Ed. C. Wolff

☞ BA 4878-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 246 Study score

- K. 449 (No. 14) in E-flat maj

Urtext / Ed. M. Flothuis

☞ BA 5381-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 247 Study score

- K. 450 (No. 15) in B-flat maj

Urtext / Ed. M. Flothuis

☞ BA 5382-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 248 Study score

- K. 451 (No. 16) in D maj

Urtext / Ed. M. Flothuis

☞ BA 5383-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 249 Study score

- K. 453 (No. 17) in G maj

Urtext / Ed. E. and P. Badura-

Skoda

☞ BA 5384-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 156 Study score

- K. 456 (No. 18) in B-flat maj

Urtext / Ed. E. and P. Badura-

Skoda

☞ BA 5385-90°

Piano reduction

- K. 459 (No. 19) in F maj

Urtext / Ed. E. and P. Badura-

Skoda

☞ BA 5386-90°

Piano reduction

- K. 466 (No. 20) in D min

Urtext / Ed. H. Engel,

H. Heussner

☞ BA 4873-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 147 Study score

- K. 467 (No. 21) in C maj

Urtext / Ed. H. Engel,

H. Heussner

☞ BA 5317-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 148 Study score

- K. 482 (No. 22) in E-flat maj

Urtext / Ed. H. Engel,

H. Heussner

☞ BA 5387-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 149 Study score

- K. 488 (No. 23) in A maj

Urtext / Ed. H. Beck

☞ BA 4740-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 62 Study score

- K. 491 (No. 24) in C min

Urtext / Ed. H. Beck

☞ BA 4741-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 63 Study score

- K. 503 (No. 25) in C maj

Urtext / Ed. H. Beck

☞ BA 4742-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 64 Study score

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PIANO / KEYBOARD / ACCORDION

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

NEW 2018

- K. 537 (No. 26) in D maj

“Coronation Concerto”

Urtext / Ed. W. Rehm

Piano reduction by

M. Schellhaas

☞ BA 10495-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 90 Study score

• Urtext edition based on

the “New Mozart Edition”

• Separate Urtext solo piano

part included

• Enclosed booklet with

cadenzas

• Provides new impetus

for period performance

practice

- K. 595 (No. 27) in B-flat maj

Urtext / Ed. W. Rehm

☞ BA 4872-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 91 Study score

Cadenzas and Lead-Ins to the

Piano Concertos in one volume

Urtext / Eds. F. Ferguson,

W. Rehm

☞ BA 5337

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791) /

Badura-Skoda, Paul

(*1927)

Cadenzas, Lead-ins &

Ornaments to the Piano

Concertos of W. A. Mozart

K. 17, 238, 415, 449, 453, 456,

466, 467, 482, 491, 503, 537, 595

☞ BA 4461

Please see

Bärenreiter’s website

www.baerenreiter.com

for more information on the

individual editions, such as

complete bibliographical data,

cover illustrations, sample

pages, complete contents,

and descriptive texts.

Ravel, Maurice

(1875–1937)

Concerto for the Left Hand

for Piano and Orchestra

Urtext / Ed. D. Woodfull-Harris

With a Foreword by C. Baur

Piano reduction by M. Ravel

☞ BA 7881-90°

No distribution rights

for the USA.

In 1929 Paul Wittgenstein, a

pianist and war veteran who

lost his right arm in the Great

War, commissioned Maurice

Ravel to write a concerto for

him to perform. The result

was one of Ravel’s most

thrilling compositions and,

for Wittgenstein, the most

important of the many works

he commissioned over the

course of his career.

This piano reduction

contains both Ravel’s and

Wittgenstein’s fingerings.

Also included is a solo part

without fingering, thereby

giving pianists the opportunity

to enter their own fingering

after having studied those of

Ravel and Wittgenstein.

• Includes source descriptions

and a Critical Commentary

with alternative readings

(Eng)

• Informative Introduction on

the work’s history and

genesis (Ger/Eng/Fr)

Rösler, Johann Joseph

(1771–1812)

Concerto No. 2

in E-flat maj for Pianoforte and

Orchestra

Urtext / Ed. A. Hönigová

☞ BA 11550-90•

Piano reduction

• First printed edition due

to recent discovery of the

autograph score.

Accordion

NEW 2018

Buchmann, Bettina

The Techniques

of Accordion Playing

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-1930-2

page 154

Tango & Co

for Accordion

Ed. and arranged by C. Sauter

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10617

NEW 2018

• Tango, klezmer and swing

standards

• Idiomatic playing techniques

such as glissandos,

appoggiaturas and half-trills

Zydeco – Cajun

Rolf Schwarzien (Arr.)

15 Arrangements for variable

instrumentation. Score with

parts for melody I and II

(C/B/E), accordion, bass and

percussion. combocom

☞ BA 7667 → page 103

31


ORGAN

Organ –

Study and Practice

Fascination Organ

Improvisation

A Study and

Practice Book

NEW 2018

Compendium

of Organ Performance Technique

Handbook of classical-modern

organ playing in two volumes

Ed. F. J. Stoiber

German/English text

☞ BA 11241

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.

• A new approach to organ

improvisation

• Includes many practical

exercises and music

samples

This compendium provides an

overview of all relevant topics

on manual and pedal playing

based on the tutors by Marcel

Dupré, Fernando Germani,

Charles-Louis Hanon and

Johannes Brahms as well as on

their sequels and supplements.

There is also a comprehensive

set of exercises to maintain the

achieved performance level.

It is a tutor for all levels of

expertise and training from

ambitious semi-professional

organists through to fully

professional church musicians

and conservatory students.

Furthermore it is aimed at

all of those who teach the

organ, whether privately

or at academies, colleges,

conservatories or universities.

Edited by Peter Wagner

German/English text

☞ BA 11238 (Volumes I and I)

• Two-volume reference work

on organ technique

• Covers all relevant areas of

manual and pedal playing

• Includes a comprehensive

set of exercises

• Concise introductory text

(Ger/Eng)

• Index for topics and

keywords on teaching and

performing issues

• For every level of expertise

and training

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ORGAN

Organ – Collections

Ave Maria, gratia plena

Ave Maria settings for solo

voice and organ (Lat)

Ed. P. Wagner

☞ BA 8250 page 134

Bärenreiter Organ Albums

pages 34–35

An Easy Bach Organ Album

Ed. D. Moult

☞ BA 11212

• A collection of original

works as well as

arrangements of works by

J. S. Bach

• Easy to moderately difficult

organ arrangements

• Also playable on smaller

instruments

• Suitable for teaching

purposes

An Easy Handel

Organ Album

Arrangements for Organ

Ed. D. Moult

☞ BA 11213

The “Easy Handel Organ

Album” presents a wide

overview of the composer’s

sacred and secular works,

forming an ideal basis for

lessons and for introducing

Baroque organ music.

This selection comprises easy

to moderately difficult Handel

pieces for semi-professional

church musicians and

organists. All the pieces are

also suitable for performance

on smaller instruments.

Easy Organ Pieces

from the 19 th Century

Ed. M. Weyer

Volume I

With works by Rinck, Fischer,

Forchhammer, Höpner,

Rheinberger, Schütze, Merkel,

Kittel, Herzog, Töpfer, Hesse,

Vierling, Körner

☞ BA 8416

Volume II

With works by Brosig,

Lindeman, Rogers, Guilmant,

Dvořák, Fischer, Sjögren,

Vanhal, Vierling, Kuchar,

Forchhammer, Lubrich junior

☞ BA 8417

Volume III

With works by Rinck, Litzau,

Beranek, Umbreit, Greve,

Merkel, Rembt, Herzog, Körner

☞ BA 8420

Volume IV

With works by Rheinberger,

Renner, West

☞ BA 9259

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

BA 8510 · Set of all 4 volumes

Enjoy the Organ

A selection of easy-to-play

pieces

Ed. K. P. Chilla

This series includes appealing

performance pieces from the

17 th to 20 th centuries that are

playable on smaller

instruments and are capable

of producing effective results

with limited pratice time.

Volume 1

Score with part for hand drum

accompanying Variations on

“La Gayta”

☞ BA 11207

Volume 2

☞ BA 11208

Volume 3

☞ BA 11209

German Organ and Keyboard

Music from Bach’s Period

Urtext / Ed. S. Rampe

☞ BA 9255

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Bärenreiter Organ Albums

These editions contain popular as well as lesser-known pieces. They are aimed primarily at semiprofessional

organists and can be played on smaller organs. The majority of pieces are of easy to

medium difficulty. The Organ Wedding Album and Organ Funeral Album are for organ without pedal.

Praise and Thanks

for Organ

Ed. A. Rockstroh

Volume I

☞ BA 8496

With works by: Succo /

Rudnick / Stein / Unbehaun /

Seifert / Piutti / Gulbins /

von Herzogenberg /

Weyhmann / Forchhammer /

Zierau / Flügel / Mendelssohn /

Lang a. o.

Volume II

☞ BA 8497

The main focus of “Praise and

Thanks for Organ II” lies in the

19 th century repertoire.

The Organ Wedding

Album

Ed. M. Bartsch a. o.

☞ BA 8200

With works by: J. S. Bach /

Gounod / Boëllmann /

Charpentier / Clarke / Courtonne /

Elgar / Franck / Göttsche /

Guilmant / Handel / Hensel-

Mendelssohn / Kellner / Kittel /

Lemmens / Mendelssohn

Bartholdy / von Paradis / Purcell /

Rheinberger / Rinck / Schubert /

Stanley / Wagner / Walther

The Organ Funeral Album

Ed. A. Rockstroh

☞ BA 9207

With works by: J. S. Bach /

J. C. Bach / Böhm / Buxtehude /

Davin / Fauré / Gounod / Gothe /

Handel / Herzog / Kauffmann /

Mendelssohn / Mozart / Pachelbel

/ Pepping / Reger / Schubert /

Wagner / Walther / Zachow a. o.

Organ Music

for Communion

Ed. M. Weyer

☞ BA 9265

The broad range of styles

encompasses works from the

Baroque, Classical and Romantic

periods. The album contains

original compositions, first

publications and arrangements

for organ, as well as twelve

settings by J. S. Bach of pieces

suitable for communion. Some

of the pieces can be performed

with solo instruments (in C, B

or F). Corresponding instrumental

parts are included with the score.

With works by: J. S. Bach /

Hasse / Marpurg / Telemann /

Rinck / Merkel / Rheinberger /

von Herzogenberg / Mendelssohn /

Besch / Wapenhensch a. o.

With works by: Geist /

Weidenhagen / Stein / Rebling /

Steinhäuser / Radecke /

Forchhammer / Lang /

Schneider / Schröder / Herzog /

34Wettstein / Schellenberg a. o.

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From: Organ Music for Communion · BA 9265


For Festive Seasons and Special Occasions

Christmas for Organ

Ed. A. Rockstroh

Volume 1

☞ BA 8495

With works by:

Forchhammer / Führer / Gulbins /

Herzog / Mendelssohn /

Weidenhagen / Birn /

Blumenthal / Bossi / Monar /

Müller / Piutti / Rudnick /

Stehle / Todt

Organ Music for the

End of the Church Year

Ed. A. Rockstroh

☞ BA 9266

With works by:

Forchhammer / Claußnitzer

Weyhmann / Teschner /

Nagler / Schumann / Gulbins /

Blumenthal / Schnorr von

Carolsfeld / Wolfrum a. o.

Passiontide and Easter

for Organ

Ed. A. Rockstroh

☞ BA 9210

With works by: J. S. Bach /

Gulbins / Herzog / Heuß /

Köhler / Piutti / Reinecke /

Stiller / Claußnitzer / Dercks /

Jung / Karow / Schaab /

Wiedemann

Volume 2

☞ BA 9258

With works by: Wolfrum /

Grundmann / Forchhammer /

Monar / Piutti / Überlée /

Rudnick / Blumenthal /

Riemenschneider /

von Herzogenberg / Merk /

Volckmar / Therig / Diebold /

Herrmann / Hänlein /

Faißt / Plag / Herzog a. o.

“This volume would be a

good choice if you are looking

for some new Christmas

voluntaries of no more than

moderate difficulty.” (Organists)

Ascension of Christ,

Pentecost and Trinity

for Organ

Ed. A. Rockstroh

☞ BA 11237

With works by: Karg-

Ehlert / Mendelssohn / Hasse /

Gulbins / Forchhammer /

Hoyer / Herzog / Weyhmann a.o.

From: Christmas for Organ, Volume 2 · BA 9258

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35


ORGAN

Organ Collections

Jazz Inspirations for Organ

for Church Services

and Concerts

Ed. U. K. Gross with the

assistance of G. M. Göttsche

This collection of moderately

difficult pieces includes classic

swing, jazz, blues and Latin

numbers alongside rumba,

calypso and ragtime styles.

Volume I: ☞ BA 8440

Volume II: ☞ BA 9203

Volume III: ☞ BA 9260

Volume IV: ☞ BA 11210

Organ Events

Concert Organ Music

from four Centuries

Originals and Arrangements

Ed. M. Weyer

☞ BA 11220

This edition ranges in style

from 17 th century Portuguese

organ music to French and

American works of the 19 th

century. It also contains a

selection of German organ

music including lesser-known

works by Bach and other

pieces from Robert Schumann

to Ernst Pepping.

In addition to the original

compositions, organ

arrangements have also been

included. A detailed Foreword

offers information on the

music-historical context of

each work and suggestions for

its performance.

Sonntagsorgel

Easy organ music for church services

and teaching

Jewish Prayer

Works for Viola

(Cello) and Organ

Ed. S. Kalinowsky

☞ BA 11216

à page 64

Organ plus one /

Organ plus brass

à page 37

Weimar Organ Tablature

Johann Sebastian Bach’s

earliest music manuscripts

and copies by his pupil Johann

Martin Schubart

With works by Dietrich

Buxtehude, Johann Adam

Reinken and Johann Pachelbel

Eds. M. Maul and P. Wollny

☞ BA 5248

Eds. A. Kircher, M. Schwemmer

Volume 1

Festive Music - Fugues - Trios

☞ BA 9287

Volume 2

Meditative Music - Pastorals

☞ BA 9288

Volume 3

Chorale Settings

☞ BA 11206

“Sonntagsorgel” is a collection

of stylistically varied pieces

comprising three volumes.

The editions are ideal for use

in church services and for

teaching purposes.

The first volume includes

festive preludes, toccatas and

fugues, trios and pastorals by

German and French composers

from the 17 th through to the

20 th century.

In the second volume,

meditative pieces by composers

ranging from Christian Heinrich

Rinck to Théodore Salomé are

presented.

The third volume contains

chorale preludes and hymn

accompaniments for liturgical

use.

The pieces are easy to sightread,

not technically demanding

but sound effective; the edition

will be appreciated by amateur

and professional church

musicians alike.

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Original Works and Arrangements

for Church Services and Concert

The series “organ plus one” contains original works and arrangements for organ and

flexible solo instrument. It has been developed specifically for amateur church musicians

and is well-suited for use in church services and concerts.

organ plus one

Organ and solo instrument

in a high register

organ plus one

Organ and solo instrument

in a low register

organ plus brass

Organ and

brass ensemble

Ed. C. Klomp

Advent and Christmas

☞ BA 8501 Score with parts

Passion and Easter

☞ BA 8503 Score with parts

Divine Service

☞ BA 8506 Score with parts

Communion

☞ BA 8507 Score with parts

Death and Eternity /

Funeral Service

☞ BA 8504 Score with parts

Praise and Thanks /

Baptism and Wedding

☞ BA 8505 Score with parts

Reformation – Hymns

by Martin Luther

☞ BA 8508 Score with parts

Each volume with separate

parts in C, B, E and F; ideal

for violin, flute, oboe, clarinet,

trumpet, horn in F

s

Ed. C. Klomp

Low Instruments I

☞ BA 11214

This volume contains original

works and arrangements for organ

and solo instruments of the lower

registers such as the cello, baritone

saxophone, bassoon and basset

horn.

“As with the others in this

series, there are enterprising and

highly useful books for any group

that has the necessary ressources ,

and will provide a good alternative

to the organ alone; far and away

better than the omnipresent CSs

and downloads ...”

(Church Music Quarterly)

Eds. C. Klomp, H. Petersen

Volume I: Théodore Dubois,

Marche triomphale

☞ BA 11201 Full score with inserted

wind score in C

Volume II: Five Chorale Preludes

from the Romantic Era

☞ BA 11202 Full score with inserted

wind score in C

Volume III: Carsten Klomp,

Toccata festiva

for brass choir and organ

☞ BA 11203 Full score with inserted

wind score in C

Volume IV: Cathedral Sounds

Charles Villiers Stanford:

Arrangements for brass choir and

organ

☞ BA 11204 Full score with inserted

wind score in C

Each volume with wind score in C.

Each volume with separate parts:

Trumpet 1 in B / Trumpet 2 in B /

Trombone 1 in C / Trombone 2

in C / Horn in F

37


ORGAN

Organ – Composers

Alain, Jehan

(1911–1940)

Complete Organ Works

Urtext / Ed. H. Schauerte-

Maubouet

Volume I

Works published or intended

for publication during the

composer’s lifetime

☞ BA 8428

Volume II

Posthumous Works

Fantasias, short dances and

marginalia

☞ BA 8429

Volume III

Posthumous Works

Suite, Intermezzo, Trois danses

☞ BA 8430

• First authoritative Urtext

edition of the Complete

Organ Works

• Informative foreword

(Fr/Eng/Ger) and a critical

commentary (Eng) to each

volume

No distribution rights for the

USA, France and Spain.

Bach, Johann Christoph

(1642–1703)

44 Chorales for Preambulating

Ed. M. Fischer

☞ BA 285

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Eight Short Preludes and

Fugues formerly attributed to

J. S. Bach BWV 553-560

Urtext / Ed. A. Dürr

☞ BA 6497

Organ Chorales from the

Rudorff Collection formerly

attributed to J. S. Bach

First edition. Ed. F. Haselböck

☞ BA 5169

Orgelbüchlein and other little

Chorale Preludes BWV 599-

644; BWV 706, 709, 738.

49 Organ Chorales by J. S. Bach

and other old masters.

Ed. H. Keller

☞ BA 145

Complete Organ Works

in 11 Volumes

☞ BA 5279 page 39

NEW 2018

Volume 1

Little Organ Book / Six

Chorales “von verschiedener

Art” (Schübler Chorales) /

Chorale Partitas

Urtext / Ed. H. H. Löhlein /

New revised edition

by C. Blanken

☞ BA 5261

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).

This updated edition takes

into account the latest

findings of Bach scholarship:

Thus, for example, a newlydiscovered

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.

No autograph manuscripts

survive regarding the early

chorale partitas. 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.

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”

Volume 2

The Organ Chorale Preludes

from the Leipzig autograph

BWV 651-668 / BWV 769

Urtext / Ed. H. Klotz

☞ BA 5172

Volume 3

Miscellaneous Chorales

BWV 690, 691, 694-701, 703,

704, 706, 709-715, 717, 718, 720-

722, 722 a , 724-738, 729 a , 732 a ,

735 a , 738 a , 741

Urtext / Ed. H. Klotz

☞ BA 5173

Volume 4

Clavier Übung, Part three

Prelude and Fugue in E-flat maj

BWV 552 / 21 Chorale settings

BWV 669-689 (“Organ Mass”) /

Four Duets BWV 802-805

Urtext / Ed. M. Tessmer /

New revised edition by C. Wolff

☞ BA 5264

• With links to the relevant

sources in “Bach digital”

• With a new detailed

Foreword (Ger/Eng) by

C. Wolff

• Newly engraved and with

improved page turns

• Integration of altered

readings into the musical

text

38


Johann Sebastian Bach

The Complete Organ Works

The Definitive Edition!

An eleven-volume performing edition in a slipcase

Format: 30.5 cm x 24 cm · ☞ BA 5279

Used

by more than

20,000 organists

worldwide

With the completion of the “New Bach Edition” for which all sources have been exhaustively

researched, Bärenreiter presents the definitive edition of Bach’s organ works

in a set of 11 volumes.

This set includes the volumes already published in separate Bärenreiter editions.

All newly revised volumes are included subsequently after publication.

A superb foundation for everyone interested in the authentic performance

of Bach’s organ music.

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ORGAN

Organ – Composers

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Complete Organ Works

Volume 5

Preludes, Toccatas, Fantasias

and Fugues I: BWV 531-550, 562

Urtext / Ed. D. Kilian

☞ BA 5175

Volume 6

Preludes, Toccatas, Fantasias

and Fugues II / Early Versions

and Variants to I (Volume 5)

and II (Volume 6)

Urtext / Ed. D. Kilian /

New revised edition

by P. Wollny

☞ BA 5266

Volume 7

Six Sonatas and Various

Individual Pieces BWV 525-530

/ Trio in D min BWV 583 /

Passacaglia in C min BWV 582 /

Alla breve in D maj BWV 589 /

Canzona in D min BWV 588 /

Pastorella in F maj BWV 590 /

Pièce d'orgue in G maj

BWV 572; Appendix with

different variants

Urtext / Ed. D. Kilian

☞ BA 5177

Volume 8

Arrangements of Works by

other composers: Concerto

arrangements after A. Vivaldi

and J. E. Prinz von Sachsen-

Weimar BWV 592-596 /

Transcriptions of trio

compositions by other

composers BWV 585-587

Urtext / Ed. K. Heller

☞ BA 5178

Volume 9

Organ Chorales from the

Neumeister Collection

Yale University Manuscript

"LM 4708"

Urtext / New revised edition

by C. Wolff

☞ BA 5269

In addition to a newly added

concordance and corrections

to the musical text, this

volume also contains a

detailed Foreword by

Christoph Wolff with further

information on the

Neumeister Collection and

hymnological details. The

source of the complete

Neumeister Collection has

recently been made available

on “Bach digital”, shedding

light on the manuscript for

the very first time.

Volume 10

Organ Chorales from

Miscellaneous Sources

Urtext / Ed. R. Emans

☞ BA 5251

NEW 2018

This edition includes organ

works based on chorales

surviving in various sources.

Some of these works were

not previously included in

the “New Bach Edition” either

for reasons of doubtful

authenticity or because they

were unknown until now.

Volume 11

Freely Composed Organ Works

and Chorale Partitas from

Miscellaneous Sources

Urtext / Ed. U. Bartels (Freely

Composed Organ Works),

P. Wollny (Chorale Partitas)

☞ BA 5243

These works were omitted

from the “New Bach Edition”

owing to doubts about their

authenticity. Today however

they are regarded to be

definitely or at least in all

probability by Bach.

An Easy Bach Organ Album

Ed. D. Moult

☞ BA 11212 page 33

Boëllmann, Léon

(1862–1897)

L’Œuvre d’Orgue

Complete Organ Works

Urtext / Ed. H. Schauerte-

Maubouet

Volume I

☞ BA 8424

Volume II

☞ BA 8425

Volume III.1

☞ BA 8462

Volume III.2

☞ BA 8463

Volume III.3

☞ BA 8464

Volume IV

☞ BA 8465

The series will be continued.

Bunk, Gerard

(1888–1958)

Organ Works op. 4a – op. 16

Urtext / Eds. J. Boecker /

W. Stockmeier

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

BA 11219 · Set of all 6 volumes

The volumes are also available

separately.

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ORGAN

Buxtehude, Dietrich

(1637–1707)

New Edition of the

Complete Organ Works

Ed. C. Albrecht

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

BA 8220 · Set of all 5 volumes

The volumes are also available

separately.

Byrd, William

(1538–1623)

Organ and Keyboard Works

Fantasias and Related Works

Urtext / Ed. D. Hunter

☞ BA 10897 → page 13

To appear in May 2019

Cabanilles, Juan Bautista José

(1644–1712)

Selected Organ Works

Urtext / Eds. G. Doderer,

M. B. Ripoll

Volume I: ☞ BA 11228

Volume II: ☞ BA 11229

Volume III: ☞ BA 11230

Cabezón, Antonio de

(1510–1566)

Selected Works for Keyboard

Urtext / Ed. G. Doderer,

M. B. Ripoll

Volume I: Hymnes and Versets

☞ BA 9261

Volume II: Hymnes, Versets

and Tientos

☞ BA 9262

Volume III: Glosados

☞ BA 9263

NEW 2019

NEW 2018

Volume IV: Glosados and

Diferencias

☞ BA 9264

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

BA 9270 · Set of all 4 volumes

Eben, Petr

(1929–2007)

Musica Dominicalis

(Sunday Music) for organ solo

☞ H 3761

Windows (4 movements

according to Marc Chagall)

for trumpet and organ revised

by V. Kozderka (trumpet),

M. Šlechta (organ)

☞ H 6390

Franck, César

(1822–1890)

Complete Works for Organ

and for Harmonium

In collaboration with the

International César Franck

Society

NEW 2018

Volume 1

Early Organ Works /

Fragments

Urtext / Ed. C. Strucken-

Paland

☞ BA 9291

In addition to all the available

sources, hitherto neglected

manuscripts have been taken

into consideration. In this

way, a reliable musical text

faithful to the original can

be guaranteed.

Volumes 2 – 5

in preparation

Frescobaldi, Girolamo

(1583–1643)

Organ and Keyboard Works

Urtext / Eds. C. Stembridge,

K. Gilbert

Volume I.1

“Recercari et Canzoni franzese”

(Roma, Zannetti, 1615, 2 1618)

☞ BA 8411

Volume I.2

“Toccate e Partite d’intavolatura

di cimbalo; libro primo” (Rom,

Borboni, 1615, 2 1616)

☞ BA 8412

Volume II

“Il Primo Libro di Capricci fatti

sopra diversi”

☞ BA 8413

Volume III

“Il Secondo Libro di Toccate”

(Rom, Borboni, 1627, 2 1637)

☞ BA 8414

Volume IV

“Fiori musicali, Aggiunta”

☞ BA 8415

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

BA 9200 · Set of all 5 volumes

Organ and Keyboard Works

Complete Edition. Ed. P. Pidoux

Volume 1

Fantasias (1608), Canzoni alla

Francese (1645)

☞ BA 2201

Volume 2

The first Book of Capricci,

Ricercari and Canzoni (1626)

☞ BA 2202

Volume 3

The first Book of Toccatas,

Partitas etc. (1637)

☞ BA 2203

Volume 4

The second Book of Toccatas,

Canzoni etc. (1637)

☞ BA 2204

Volume 5

Fiori musicali (1635)

☞ BA 2205

NEW 2019

NEW 2019

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ORGAN

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Organ – Composers

Froberger, Johann Jacob

(1616–1667)

New Edition of the Complete

Keyboard and Organ Works

Urtext / Ed. S. Rampe, assisted

by K. Gilbert, S. Jutz, K. D. Peik

and L. Praetorius

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

BA 9299 · Set of 11 volumes

The volumes are also available

separately.

Glazunov, Alexander

(1865–1936) NEW 2018

Complete Organ Works

Urtext / Ed. A. Fiseisky

☞ BA 11222

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 Critical

Commentary (Eng)

Guilmant, Alexandre

(1837–1911)

Selected Organ Works

Urtext / Eds. W. Kalipp,

H. U. Hielscher

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

BA 9289 · Set of 6 volumes

The volumes are also available

separately.

Handel, George Frideric

(1685–1759)

Complete Organ Works

Urtext / Ed. S. Rampe

☞ BA 11226

The “Halle Handel Edition”

presents Handel’s fugues in

their versions for harpsichord.

The original organ versions

are merely described in the

Critical Commentary,

although they sometimes

differ markedly from their

harpsichord counterparts.

• First single-volume

performing Urtext edition

of Handel’s complete works

for solo organ

• With previously

unpublished original

versions

• Includes all relevant

alternative readings from

the sources

• Detailed Foreword

(Ger/Eng) with notes on

performance practice and

Critical Commentary

(Ger/Eng)

Easy Handel Organ Album

☞ BA 11213 page 33

Janáček, Leoš

(1854–1928)

Organ Works

Urtext / Eds. M. Buček, L. Faltus

☞ BA 9524

Kabeláč, Miloslav

(1908–1979)

Four Preludes for Organ op. 48

Urtext / Ed. J. Hora

☞ H 8022

in preparation

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix

(1809–1847)

New Edition of the

Complete Organ Works

Urtext / Ed. C. Albrecht

Volume 1

Free and chorale based

compositions, Preludes,

Fugues, Fantasias and

miscellaneous works;

Appendix and critical report

☞ BA 8196

Volume 2

Six Sonatas op. 65; Appendix

and critical report

☞ BA 8197

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

BA 8198 · Set of 2 volumes

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Works for Organ

Ed. C. Albrecht

☞ BA 8403

Mussorgsky, Modest

(1839–1881)

NEW 2019

Night on Bald Mountain

Transcription for organ by

Zsigmond Szathmáry

☞ BA 11211


ORGAN

Vierne, Louis

(1870–1937)

Complete Organ Works

Urtext / Ed. H. Schauerte-

Maubouet with T. Escaich,

J.-P. Mazeirat and R. Smith

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

BA 9239 · Set of 10 volumes

The volumes are also available

separately.

No distribution rights

for France.

NEW 2018

Walther, Johann Gottfried

(1684–1748)

Organ Chorales

Eds. H. M. Poppen / O. Brodde

☞ BA 379

From: Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Complete Organ Works, Vol. 2 · BA 8197

Pachelbel, Johann

(1653–1706)

Volume 2: Magnificat Settings

☞ BA 5480

Organ Concertos After

Different Masters

in F maj after Albinoni /

in A maj after Gentili /

in B min after Meck /

in B-flat maj after Taglietti /

in A min and in D min after

Torelli

Ed. W. Auler

☞ BA 1920

Selected Organ Works

Eds. K. Matthaei,

W. Stockmeier, T. Fedtke,

H. J. Moser, T. Zászkaliczky

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

BA 2819 · Set of all 10 volumes

The volumes are also available

separately.

Scheidemann, Heinrich

(c. 1596–1663)

Complete Organ Works

Ed. G. Fock

Volume 1: Chorale Settings

35 Organ Chorales and

Fantasias

☞ BA 5481

Volume 3: Praeambulums,

Fugues, Fantasias, Canzonas

and Toccatas

☞ BA 5477

Telemann, Georg Philipp

(1681–1767)

Organ Works

Ed. T. Fedtke

Volume 1: Chorale Preludes

nos. 1-48 / Two Variations

(Trios) on Nun freut euch,

lieben Christen gmein.

Critical report

☞ BA 3581

Volume 2: Twenty short Fugues

and free organ pieces

(Sonata in D maj / Fughettas

in F maj and in D maj / Fantasia

in D maj). Critical report

☞ BA 3582

Weckmann, Matthias

(1618/1619–1674)

Chorale Settings for Organ

Ed. W. Breig

☞ BA 6211

Complete Free Organ and

Keyboard Works

Urtext / Ed. S. Rampe

☞ BA 8189

Zipoli, Domenico

(1688–1726)

Organ and Harpsichord Works

Ed. L. F. Tagliavani

Volume 1: Organ Works

☞ SM 2203

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STRINGS – VIOLIN

Educational Music and

Collections for Violin

Ševčík, Otakar

(1852–1934)

School of Violin Technique

op. 1

Ed. J. Foltýn

Book 1: 1 st Position

☞ BA 9552

Book 2: 2 nd – 7 th Position

☞ BA 9553

Book 3: Changing Positions

☞ BA 9554

Music for Strings

2018/2019

☞ SPA 234

The catalogue “Music for

Strings” includes Bärenreiter’s

complete Urtext programme

as well as all educational titles

and collections for string

instruments. There is an

extensive list of Bärenreiter

chamber music editions as

well as a list of study scores,

books and facsimiles relating

to string music. The catalogue

contains cover illustrations,

many musical samples,

authors of piano reductions,

descriptive texts for numerous

editions as well as excerpts

from reviews.

You will find a pdf of this

catalogue on the Bärenreiter

website under “Service”.

Arditti, Irvine /

Platz, Robert HP

The Techniques

of Violin Playing

(Ger/Eng)

120 pages, with a DVD;

paperback

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-2267-8

page 154

Book 4: Exercises in Double

Stops and Harmonics

☞ BA 9555

School of Bowing Technique

op. 2

Ed. J. Foltýn

Book 1: ☞ BA 9591

Book 2: ☞ BA 9592

Book 3: ☞ BA 9593

Please see

Bärenreiter’s website

www.baerenreiter.com

for more information on

the individual editions,

such as complete

bibliographical data,

cover illustrations, sample

pages, complete contents,

and descriptive texts.

Gola, Zdeněk

(*1929)

Violin Technique

(Cz/Ger/Eng)

Volume 1: ☞ BA 9550

Volume 2: ☞ BA 9551

Forty Variations

for the Violin op. 3

Ed. P. Kudelásek

☞ BA 11521

NEW 2018

Preparatory Trill Studies op. 7

Ed. J. Foltýn

☞ BA 9556

Changes of Position and

Preparatory Scale Studies

op. 8

Ed. J. Foltýn

☞ BA 9557

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STRINGS – VIOLIN

Introduction to the Great Composers

for Violin and Piano

Ed. I. Nagy

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10633

Score with part

Sassmannshaus, Egon & Kurt

The Sassmannshaus Tradition

Early Start on the Violin

The violin method for children

4 years and older

à pages 46–47

This volume offers a varied

repertoire with works by

famous composers. It presents

15 pieces from the 17 th to 19 th

centuries ranging from Purcell

through to Tchaikovsky. The

piano accompaniments are not

difficult to play, and the violin

part itself can be mastered

frequently in first position.

Cofalik, Antoni

Rychlik, Józef H.

At the Circus

for violin and piano

23 pages with 12 colourful

illustrations and separate

piano part

☞ BA 8126

Wulfhorst, Martin

The Orchestral

Violinist’s Companion

Volume 1: Training · Practicing

and Sight-Reading · Basic

Orchestral Technique · Bowing

Technique and Sound

Production

Cofalik, Antoni

Twardowski, Romuald

At the Zoo

for violin and piano

20 pages with 15 colourful

illustrations and separate

piano part

☞ BA 8139

Volume 2: Left-Hand

Technique · Pizzicato and Other

Special Techniques · Rhythm

and Ensemble Playing ·

Notation and Performance

Practice · Repertoire and

Style · Profession and Career ·

Resources

480 pages plus XXII pages

(vol. 1) and IX pages

(vol. 2). Foreword.

English text, paperback,

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-1758-2

This book is a guide to the

art of playing the violin in a

professional orchestra. It is a

workbook, reference tool as

well as a textbook.

Excerpts from more than

340 works by 87 composers

are provided with bowings,

fingerings, metronome

markings, stylistic suggestions,

and tips for practicing.

These excerpts represent a

variety of genres: symphonic

repertoire, operas, operettas,

ballets, and oratorios.

Additional resources available at

http://www.orch.info

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STRINGS – VIOLIN

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a

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For more than three decades

The Sassmannshaus Tradition

has been the household

name for excellence in

beginner string methods in

German-speaking countries.

More than half a million

students have successfully

learned to play string

instruments using these

editions. The publication of

the four violin books in 2008

in a fully adapted English

version has been a big

success.

us

Sassmann

THE SASSMANNSHAUS

BÄRENREITER’S

Videos on

Sassmann

Sassmannshaus, Egon & Kurt

The Sassmannshaus Tradition

Early Start on the Violin

The violin method for children

4 years and older

Violin Book 1

☞ BA 9676 English edition

☞ BA 9671 German edition

☞ BA 9664 English edition

with Spanish text

supplement

nt

☞ BA 9666 English edition

tte,

with French text

gs-

supplement

Violin Book 2

nen ☞ BA 9677 English edition

en. ☞ BA 9672 German edition

☞ BA 9665 English edition

with Spanish text

supplement

☞ BA 9667 English edition

with French text

supplement

Violin Book 3: Elementary

duets. Dances and other pieces

in various keys

☞ BA 9678 English edition

☞ BA 9673 German edition

Violin Book 4: Duet playing

in all positions

☞ BA 9679 English edition

☞ BA 9674 German edition

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1 · 12

• Large print notes and texts

as well as many colourful

illustrations are ideal for

pre-school as well as school

children.

• Note reading is emphasised

from the first lesson,

encouraging ensemble

playing from the very

beginning.

• Songs and scales in

different positions are easily

mastered within the first

year of playing to ensure

that children are not

confined to first position

playing.

Sassmannshaus

Violin Recital Album

for violin and piano

or two violins

Eds. M. Lusk,

C. Sassmannshaus,

K. Sassmannshaus

Each volume with score and

part, plus additional violin part

for the duet version

Vol. 1 First Position

☞ BA 9668

Vol. 2 First Position

☞ BA 9669

These two collections offer a

rich selection of recital pieces,

either to complement the

“Early Start on the Violin”

method or to play

independently from it. As all

the pieces are written in first

position, they can be used after

just a few months of lessons.

EARLY START ON THE DOU

FRÜHER ANFANG AUF DEM K

• Advanced string techniques

such as varied bow strokes

and shifting are introduced

in a basic form.

VOLUME 3 / BAND


shaus

STRINGS – VIOLIN

shaus

TRADITION

Videos on

The piano part may be played

by the teacher or an advanced

student. As an alternative, the

accompaniment can be played

by a second violin.

From the contents

of Volumes 1 and 2:

Nursery rhymes, folksongs, but

also less well-known gems, as

well as original pieces by the

editors, all precisely tailored to

meet the needs of young students.

From: Sassmannshaus, Violin Recital Album · BA 9668 Vol. 1

• All pieces written in first

position

• With a second violin part

for duet performance

• Available in freely accessible

recordings on YouTube

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ONTRABASS

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Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces is a series of the most popular concertos

and concert pieces for young violinists, violists, and cellists

The works are edited and marked with fingering and bowing by the internationally-renowned violin

teacher and co-author of the Sassmannshaus string method Kurt Sassmannhaus (violin/viola) and by

Christoph Sassmannshaus (cello). The forewords introduce these little gems and include their technical

requirements. The volumes form an ideal continuation of the Sassmannshaus string method and

can partially be used in parallel from volume three onwards. Of course, they can supplement any

other string method as well. The series gradually introduces more demanding repertoire to bridge

the gap from methods to standard concert literature.

Violin and Piano

Accolay, Jean Baptiste

Concerto No. 1 in A min

☞ BA 8976

Bériot, Charles-Auguste de

Scène de Ballet op. 100

☞ BA 10695

Violin Concerto No. 9 in A min

op. 104

☞ BA 10696

Fiocco, Joseph-Hector

Allegro in G maj

☞ BA 8977

Mollenhauer, Edward

The Infant Paganini

Fantasia

☞ BA 10691

The Boy Paganini

Fantasia

☞ BA 10692

Monti, Vittorio

Czardas

☞ BA 8975

Rieding, Oskar

Marcia op. 44, Rondo op. 22/3

☞ BA 8982

Concerto in B min op. 35

☞ BA 8971

Concerto in D maj

op. 36

☞ BA 10697

NEW 2018

Rieding, Oskar

Concertino in Hungarian Style op. 21

☞ BA 8973

Seitz, Friedrich

Student Concerto in G min op. 12

☞ BA 8985

Student Concerto in G maj op. 13

☞ BA 8972

Student Concerto in D maj op. 22

☞ BA 8979

Severn, Edmund

Polish Dance

☞ BA 10750

NEW 2019

Vivaldi, Antonio

Concerto in G maj op. 3/3

☞ BA 8980

Concerto in A min op. 3/6

☞ BA 8974

Viola and Piano

Rieding, Oskar

Concerto in B min op. 35

Transposed to E min and

arranged for viola

☞ BA 8983

Seitz, Friedrich

Student Concerto in D maj op. 22

Transposed to G maj and

arranged for viola

☞ BA 8986

Cello and Piano

Bréval, Jean-Baptiste

Sonata in C maj op. 40

☞ BA 10698

Eccles, Henry

Sonata in G min

☞ BA 10699

NEW 2019

Mollenhauer, Edward

The Infant Paganini

Fantasia, arranged for cello

☞ BA 10693

The Boy Paganini

Fantasia, arranged for cello

☞ BA 10694

Rieding, Oskar

Concerto in B min op. 35

Transposed to D min and

arranged for cello

☞ BA 8984

NEW 2018

Seitz, Friedrich

Student Concerto in D maj op. 22

Transposed to G maj and

arranged for cello. ☞ BA 8987

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Each edition consists of a string part and an enclosed piano accompaniment.


The series with popular pieces

in easy but effective arrangements

CHAMBER STRINGS – MUSIC VIOLIN

Ready to Play

Do you want to make music

without first having to read

complicated notes and

practice difficult passages?

s

Then Ready to Play

is what you need! The pieces

are easy to sight-read and still

sound effective.

s

Ready to Play

The editions in this series

offer a varied instrumentation

ranging from solo playing to

collections of chamber music.

Piano parts are always written

in such a way that even

players with little experience

can still enjoy music making.

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The series will be continued.

Beautiful Adagios

9 Pieces for two Violins

☞ BA 10615

Christmas Hits

for 2 Cellos

☞ BA 10612

Classic Hits

for Violin and Viola

☞ BA 10626

Classic Hits

for 2 Cellos

☞ BA 10611

Folk

for two Violins

☞ BA 10624

Introduction to the

Great Composers

for Violin and Piano

☞ BA 10633

27 Miniatures

for String Trio

☞ BA 10647

NEW 2018

The Roots of Jazz

for Violin and Violoncello

☞ BA 10606

The Roots of Jazz

for two Violoncellos

☞ BA 10649

Tango Classics

for Violin and Piano

☞ BA 10614

Tango Classics

for Cello and Piano

☞ BA 10632

Violin Classics

for two Violins

☞ BA 10607

NEW 2019

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Violin Solo /

2–4 Violins – Composers

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Air from the Orchestral Suite

BWV 1068

Arranged for violin solo

by Roman Kim

☞ BA 5140

• A bravura piece for solo

violin

• A challenge for every

dedicated violinist

• See YouTube for video

sample

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Three Sonatas and three

Partitas BWV 1001-1006

for solo violin

Urtext / Ed. G. Haußwald

Revised edition by P. Wollny

☞ BA 5116

Violin Solos

from the Sacred Vocal Works

Violin solos from the Cantatas,

Masses, Passions and

Oratorios. With a second violin

part for two soloists. With

fingering, bowing and

comments on performance

Urtext / Ed. M. Wulfhorst

☞ BA 6986

Bodunov, Vladimir

Advanced Violin Duos

☞ BA 10903 Score with 2 parts

Vladimir Bodunov’s

challenging duet arrangements

make it possible to achieve

a rich orchestral-like sound

with only two instruments.

He has taken great care to

make the instruments equal

in importance; the solo and

accompaniment roles

constantly alternate.

With works by Vivaldi, Bach,

Mozart, Rossini, and Strauss.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Eine kleine Nachtmusik

Serenade No. 13, K. 525/1

Arranged for violin solo

by Roman Kim

☞ BA 10933

• First movement of K. 525

for unaccompanied violin

• Outstanding showpiece

and encore number

• Challenging to play

Paganini, Niccolò

(1782–1840)

NEW 2019

24 Capricci per Violino Solo

op. 1, 24 Contradanze inglesi

per Violino Solo (First edition)

Urtext / Ed. D. Macchione

☞ BA 9424

Bärenreiter’s scholarly-critical

edition is based on the

autograph and early prints

from various European

publishers. The original

beaming and articulation

have been maintained, thereby

setting this new edition apart

from the many publications

of the last 200 years which

incorporated changes.

In addition to the daunting

“Caprices”, this is the first time

that the “24 Contradanze Inglesi”

for solo violin have been

published. These simple pieces

are each 16 measures in length

and exploit various techniques.

This edition offers a spacious

layout allowing plenty of room

to add personal fingering and

bowing.

A historical introduction in

English and German discusses

the genesis of the works and

traces their influence on

violin virtuosos. A source

description and Critical

Commentary round

out this unique edition.

Stamitz, Carl

(1745–1801)

Six Duets

for two Violins or Flutes

Ed. M. Glöder

☞ HM 259

Performance score

Telemann, Georg Philipp

(1681–1767)

Twelve Fantasias TWV 40:14-25

for violin without bass (1735)

Urtext / Ed. G. Haußwald

☞ BA 2972

Six Sonatas op. 2 TWV 40:

101-106 for two violins or two

flutes

Urtext / Ed. G. Haußwald

- Volume 1: Sonatas No. 1

in G maj, No. 2 in E min,

No. 3 in D maj

☞ BA 2979

- Volume 2: Sonatas No. 4

in B min, No. 5 in A maj,

No. 6 in E maj

☞ BA 2980

Six Canonic Sonatas op. 5

TWV 40: 118-123

for two violins (or two flutes)

Urtext / Ed. G. Haußwald

- Volume 1: Sonatas No. 1

in G maj, No. 2 in G min,

No. 3 in D maj

☞ BA 2981

- Volume 2: Sonatas No. 4

in D min, No. 5 in A maj,

No. 6 in A min

☞ BA 2982

Concerto in D maj TWV 40: 202

for four violins without bc

Ed. H. Engel

☞ HM 20 Score with parts


STRINGS – VIOLIN

1–2 Violins and

Keyboard Instrument –

Composers

Accolay, Jean Baptiste

(1833–1900)

Concerto No. 1 in A min

for violin and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8976 page 48

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

The Concertos

for Violin and Orchestra

Urtext / Ed. D. Kilian

From: Bach, Concerto in G min BWV 1056 · BA 5146-90

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Two Sonatas and a Fugue

BWV 1021, 1023, 1026

for violin and bc

Urtext / Ed. P. Wollny

Continuo realization by

Z. Meniker

☞ BA 5167 Score with parts

- Concerto in A min BWV 1041

for violin, strings and bc

☞ BA 5189-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 269 Study score

- Concerto in E maj BWV 1042

for violin, strings and bc

☞ BA 5190-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 269 Study score

- Concerto in D min BWV 1043

for two violins, strings and bc

☞ BA 5188-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 284 Study score

Each edition offers an easy to

play keyboard reduction, an

Urtext violin part and a second

violin part prepared with

fingering, bowing and

performance practice

comments by Andrew Manze.

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

NEW 2018

Concerto in G min

Reconstruction after the

Harpsichord Concerto

BWV 1056

Urtext / Ed. W. Fischer

☞ BA 5146-90•

Piano reduction

° = Performance material

available on sale

• = Performance material

available on hire

Six Sonatas for Violin

and obbligato Harpsichord

BWV 1014-1019

Urtext / Ed. R. Gerber

Revised edition by P. Wollny

• Score with Urtext violin and

viola da gamba parts and

with an additional violin

part prepared with

fingering, bowing and

comments on performance

practice by Andrew Manze

- Six Sonatas in two volumes

Volume 1: Sonatas in B min

BWV 1014, in A maj BWV 1015,

in E maj BWV 1016

☞ BA 5118 Score with parts

Volume 2: Sonatas in C min

BWV 1017, F min BWV 1018,

in G maj BWV 1019

☞ BA 5119 Score with parts

- Six Sonatas in one volume

☞ BA 5240 Score with parts

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Beethoven’s Works

for Violin and Orchestra

Beethoven, Ludwig van

(1770–1827)

Concerto in D maj for

Violin and Orchestra op. 61

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

BA 9019-90° Piano reduction

Critical Commentary

☞ BA 9019-40

The editor Jonathan Del

Mar finally presents us with

Beethoven’s intended solo

violin articulation, dynamics,

and slurring; there are even

note corrections in the solo

part, not to mention over 100

corrections in the orchestral

material! Additions made by

various editors and violin

players over the years have

been deleted. For the first time

we also have clarity regarding

the meaning of Beethoven’s

Solo and Tutti markings.

• With an Urtext solo violin

part and a second violin

part prepared with

fingering and bowing by

Detlef Hahn

“I recommend this edition

for its pioneering scholarship

and comprehensiveness.”

(American String Teacher)

Cadenzas to Beethoven's

Violin Concerto op. 61

Ed. Martin Wulfhorst

☞ BA 9020

This compilation of cadenzas

to Beethoven’s beloved

concerto contains cadenzas

found in various publications

such as those by Auer and

Joachim, but goes much

further providing violinists

with cadenzas by Ferdinand

David (the first known cadenza

to op. 61), Louis Spohr, Eugène

Ysaÿe, Camille Saint-Saëns,

Ferrucio Busoni, Henri

Vieuxtemps, Jakob Dont and,

for the first time, a cadenza

by Henryk Wieniawski.

The majority of these cadenzas

are published here for the first

time since the 19 th century.

The cadenzas appear sorted by

styles and schools of playing

with comments on

performance practice.

• With a cadenza by

Wieniawski available for

the first time

• With comments on

performance practice

Romances for Violin and

Orchestra op. 40 and op. 50

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9026-90°

Piano reduction

Beethoven’s Romances are

performed all over the world,

yet how many conductors,

performers and listeners are

aware that op. 50 which was

incidentally composed before

op. 40, comes down to us in

an unfinished form?

The autograph score contains

little to no articulation or

dynamics and to the present

day the work has existed only

in highly over-edited

publications.

Bärenreiter’s Urtext edition

offers the score to op. 50

twice; the first score reflects

the state of Beethoven’s

autograph with editorial

markings clearly indicated, the

second score has been edited

based on other works by

Beethoven from that period.

This manner of publishing

remains true to the sources

and at the same time offers

musicians a reliable

transparent score for

performances.

In addition to the Urtext solo

part, a second solo part with

fingering and bowing by

Detlef Hahn is also included

in the piano reduction.

“This new edition is a

must-buy for anyone thinking

of studying or performing these

pieces.”

(Arco, ESTA)

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STRINGS – VIOLIN

The new Bärenreiter edition

of Beethoven’s Violin Sonatas

Beethoven, Ludwig van

(1770–1827)

Complete Sonatas

for Pianoforte and Violin

Urtext / Ed. C. Brown

Volume 1

☞ BA 9014 Score with parts

Volume 2

☞ BA 9015 Score with parts

Sonata for Pianoforte and

Violin op. 24 “Spring Sonata”

☞ BA 10937 Score with parts

Sonata for Pianoforte and

Violin op. 47 “Kreutzer Sonata”

☞ BA 10938 Score with parts

Brown, Clive

Performance Practices

in Viennese Chamber Music

from Haydn to Schubert

Text booklet (Eng/Ger)

☞ BA 10970

All editions to appear

in the fall of 2019

NEW

2019

The new Bärenreiter edition

of Beethoven’s Violin Sonatas

takes Urtext a step further.

Nineteenth-century

composers viewed notation

quite differently from 20 th and

21 st -century musicians. Much

more was expected to be

implicit in the notation, on

the basis of well-understood

performance conventions, than

is the case today. Sometimes,

Beethoven used notational

conventions that are no longer

familiar and were ignored in

later editions, including the

most recent Urtexts.

This edition aims to provide

guidance as to the

performance implications of

Beethoven’s notation, both in

the musical text, through

editorial markings and the

Critical Commentary, and also

in a text booklet on

performance practice.

Excerpt from: Volume 1 · BA 9014

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STRINGS – VIOLIN

1-2 Violins and Keyboard

Instrument – Composers

Bériot, Charles-Auguste de

(1802–1870)

NEW 2018

Concerto in A min op. 104

for violin and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 10696

NEW 2018

Scène de Ballet op. 100

for violin and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 10695

page 48

From: Brahms, Concerto in D maj · BA 9049-90

Brahms, Johannes

(1833–1897)

54

Concerto in D maj

for Violin and Orchestra op. 77

With cadenzas by J. Joachim,

C. Halir, H. Heermann, L. Auer,

F. Busoni

Urtext / Ed. C. Brown

☞ BA 9049-90°

Piano reduction

This edition contains not only

Brahms’ own piano reduction,

an Urtext violin part, a second

violin part with fingering and

bowing by J. Joachim from his

1905 violin method but also an

additional brochure with

cadenzas by Brahms’

contemporaries J. Joachim,

C. Halir, H. Heermann,

L. Auer and F. Busoni.

In addition Clive Brown has

provided an enlightening

Foreword on Romantic period

performance practice as well

as the history of the work and

its sources.

Brahms, Johannes

(1833–1897)

Works for Violin and Piano

page 55

Chédeville, Nicolas

(1705–1782)

Il pastor fido

(attributed to Antonio Vivaldi)

Six sonatas op. 13 for violin

(flute / treble recorder / oboe)

and bc

Urtext / Ed. F. M. Sardelli

☞ BA 8735 Score with parts

° = Performance material

available on sale


STRINGS – VIOLIN

Johannes Brahms – The Works for Violin and Piano

Pioneering Urtext editions with an unrivalled approach

to 19 th century performance practice

Brahms, Johannes

(1833–1897)

Works for Violin and Piano

Urtext / Eds. C. Brown,

N. Peres Da Costa

Sonata in G maj op. 78

☞ BA 9431 Score with parts

Sonata in A maj op. 100

☞ BA 9432 Score with parts

Sonata in D min op. 108

☞ BA 9433 Score with parts

Sonatas for Violin and Piano

arranged by J. Brahms after

op. 120

Sonata in F min

Sonata in E-flat maj

☞ BA 10911 Score with parts

Sonata Movement in C min

from the FAE-Sonata WoO

postum

☞ BA 10908 Score with parts

C. Brown, N. Peres Da Costa,

K. Bennett Wadsworth

Performance Practices

in Johannes Brahms’

Chamber Music

Text booklet in

English/German

☞ BA 9600

Bärenreiter’s pioneering,

scholarly-critical editions of

Brahms’ works for violin and

piano, edited by a team of

musicologist performers, offer

today’s musicians not just a

reliable musical text based on

all known sources, but also a

comprehensive approach to

the works, which aims to place

them in their historical context

and to elucidate the complex

of meanings that the composer

expected his notation to convey

to performers.

The editions come not only

with an Urtext part freed from

all editorial emendations, but

also with an additional part

including fingering and bowing

based on the practices of

Joseph Joachim and his

colleagues. These markings

especially draw on publications

of the sonatas edited by

Joachim’s pupils Leopold Auer

and Ossip Schnirlin as well as

on those by Brahms’ associate

Franz Kneisel.

Bärenreiter’s new Brahms

complex also importantly

Excerpts from:

Brahms,

Sonata in G

maj op. 78,

BA 9431

brings two neglected works

back into the players’ hands,

namely the splendid versions of

the op. 120 sonatas, originally

written for viola or clarinet and

piano. Brahms’ arrangements for

violin and piano unaccountably

disappeared from the standard

repertoire early in the 20 th

century. In these versions

Brahms did not simply adjust

the solo part for the violin, he

made many alterations to the

piano part, casting thoughtprovoking

light on the clarinet

and viola versions.

• Each edition contains an

Urtext solo part as well as a

second part with fingering

and performance markings.

• Each edition offers a

Foreword on performance

practice aspects pertaining

to the respective works.

• A separate text booklet

includes pioneering texts on

general issues of performance

practice in the 19 th century

as well as on specific issues

with regard to Johannes

Brahms’ chamber music.

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STRINGS – VIOLIN

56

1-2 Violins and Keyboard

Instrument – Composers

Corelli, Arcangelo

(1653–1713)

Sonatas for Violin and

Basso continuo, op. 5

Urtext / Ed. C. Hogwood,

R. Mark

Volume I op. 5, I-VI:

☞ BA 9455

Volume II op. 5, VII-XII:

☞ BA 9456

• Score with realization of

the basso continuo by

Tonelli (1686–1765) as well

as the surviving, unrealized

figured bass line

• With a separate Urtext

violin part

• With a separate unrealized

figured continuo part

• Each volume with

supplement including

contemporary violin

embellishments

• Appendices in both

volumes with source

descriptions, Critical

Commentary

• Preludes for keyboard

instrument by Tonelli in

appendix of volume 2

° = Performance material

available on sale

Debussy, Claude

(1862–1918)

Works for Violin and Piano

Urtext / Ed. D. Woodfull-Harris

☞ BA 9444 Score with part

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 work

originated under the impact of

Debussy’s progressing illness

as well as the First World War.

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

NEW 2018

Concerto in A min

for Violin and Orchestra op. 53

Urtext / Ed. I. Cividini

☞ BA 10422-90°

Piano reduction

Dvořák's Violin Concerto was

composed between 1879 and

1882, with the active assistance

of Joseph Joachim, and was

issued by the publisher Fritz

Simrock, Berlin in 1883. Its

premiere took place in October

of that same year with

František Ondříček as soloist.

This new Urtext edition is

based on the first edition

(score, solo violin part, piano

reduction and orchestral

parts). It also takes Dvořák’s

autograph which served as a

master copy for the engraving

The first edition, published

during the final year of

Debussy’s life, contains many

rhythmic errors. The nonautograph

metronome marks

as well as 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” and “Il pleure dans mon

coeur” by the American

violinist Arthur Hartmann.

It was Hartmann who

inspired Debussy to make an

arrangement of his well-known

piano piece “Minstrels”, also

included in our edition.

• Debussy’s complete works

for violin and piano

• With arrangements by

Debussy’s acquaintance

Hartmann

• Informative Foreword

(Eng/Fr/Ger)

• Critical Commentary (Eng)

into consideration. A fresh

assessment of Dvořák’s

manuscript made it possible

to reconstruct several

variants ignored in the first

and subsequent editions and

to clarify ambiguities in the

notation and articulation.

An important component

of our Urtext edition is the

original piano reduction,

which probably stems from

Dvořák himself, and in which

Joseph Joachim’s fingering is

published.

• First Urtext edition of the

original piano reduction

• Variants in the solo part

rendered as ossia passages

• Foreword on the work’s

genesis (Ger/Cz/Eng) and

detailed Critical Commentary

(Eng) by the editor


STRINGS – VIOLIN

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

Romance in F min op. 11

for violin and piano

Urtext / Ed. J. Hájek

☞ BA 9571 Score with part

• First edition of the piano

version based on Dvořák’s

autograph of the piano part

• Foreword by David R.

Beveridge (Eng/Cz/Ger)

• Critical Commentary (Eng)

by the editor

Franck, César

(1822–1890)

Sonata in A maj,

Andantino quietoso op. 6,

Mélancolie

for piano and violin

Urtext / Ed. D. Woodfull-Harris

With an Introduction

by Gudula Schütz

☞ BA 9425

Score with part

César Franck’s “Sonata for

Piano and Violin” is one of

the most treasured works in

the violin repertoire, a

masterpiece of cyclic form

with a gracefulness and

expressive force almost

paradigmatic for the age of

musical Romanticism. This

work was composed in 1886

and was dedicated to the

Belgian violinist and

composer Eugène Ysaÿe.

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

Romantic Pieces op. 75

for violin and piano

Ed. A. Pokorný and K. Šolc

Violin part revised by J. Micka

☞ BA 9576 Score with part

Fiocco, Joseph-Hector

(1703–1741)

Allegro in G min

for violin and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8977 page 48

A reading of the

correspondence proves that

Franck was directly involved

in the printing of this work.

Consequently, our new

scholarly performing edition

draws mainly on the first

edition of the separate violin

part and the first edition

of the piano part from the

version for violoncello and

piano, which appeared during

Franck’s lifetime. In the

violoncello version, many

engraver’s errors found in the

first printing of the violin

version were corrected.

In addition to these sources,

both autograph scores of the

violin sonata were consulted

to clarify questionable

readings.

Rounding off the edition is

a complete list of sources,

editorial notes and a Critical

Commentary.

• Pioneering new Urtext

edition

• Informative text on the

genesis and reception

history of the sonata and

its versions (Ger/Fr/Eng)

• Includes two small

individual movements for

violin and piano

• Detailed Critical

Commentary (Eng)

Handel, George Frideric

(1685–1759)

Complete Works

for Violin and Basso continuo

Urtext / Ed. T. Best

☞ BA 4226 Score with parts

• First ever performing

edition of the complete

works for violin and basso

continuo in one volume

• Separate violin and basso

continuo parts

• Basso continuo part with

figures

• Includes two movements

not available in any other

performing edition

• Foreword (Eng/Ger) with

valuable information on the

sources, their origins

and genesis as well as

performance practice

comments

Three Trio Sonatas op. 5

for two violins (flutes) and bc

Urtext / Ed. S. Flesch

☞ BA 4228 Score with parts

Sonatas No. 2 in D maj

HWV 397, No. 3 in E min

HWV 398, No. 6 in F maj

HWV 401

Haydn, Joseph

(1732–1809)

Concerto in C maj for Violin

and Orchestra Hob. VIIa:1

Urtext / Eds. H. Lohmann,

G. Thomas

☞ BA 4678° Score

☞ BA 4678-90

Piano reduction (Henle)

57


STRINGS – VIOLIN

1-2 Violins and Keyboard

Instrument – Composers

Janáček, Leoš

(1854–1928)

Works for Violin and Piano

Urtext / Ed. J. Krejčí, A. Němcová

☞ BA 11512 Score with part

This edition contains all of

Janáček’s works for violin and

piano: the “Sonata” as well as

the “Romance” and “Dumka”,

composed while he was still a

student.

• Newly engraved edition with

notation adapted to conform

with modern usage

• Revised version of “Dumka”

with original dynamic

markings

• Foreword by leading

Janáček scholar Alena

Nĕmcová (Cz/Eng/Ger)

Joachim, Joseph

(1831–1907)

NEW 2018

Fantasy on Hungarian Themes

(1850), Fantasy on Irish

[Scottish] Themes (1852)

for Violin and Orchestra

Urtext / Ed. K. Uhde

☞ BA 7898-90

Piano reduction

Joseph Joachim’s “Fantasies on

Hungarian and Irish [Scottish]

Themes” was his first virtuoso

music for the violin with

orchestral accompaniment.

Joachim was intent on creating

popular works, not least at

the urging of his family, but

they also bore witness to his

urbanity: the young Jewish-

Hungarian musician spent

many summers in England

and its familiar, Irish melodies

held great appeal for English

audiences. Performances of

the “Fantasy on Hungarian

Themes” in German cities

met his need for self-display

as the “Hungarian lad”, to use

Mendelssohn’s jocular epithet.

Joachim was well aware that

the style hongrois was all the

rage in European capitals.

• First edition

• Informative Foreword

(Ger/Eng)

Kim, Roman

(*1991)

Three Romances

for violin and piano

☞ BA 10924 Score with part

The young violin virtuoso

Roman Kim arranges and

composes violin music with

high musical challenges and

technical aplomb.

These three romances, Kim’s

own compositions, give

violinists ample opportunity

to display their skills and to

entrance the audience.

From: Joachim, Fantasy on Hungarian Themes (1850), Fantasy on

Irish [Scottish] Themes (1852) · BA 7898-90

Martinů, Bohuslav

(1890–1959)

Concerto for Violin and

Orchestra no. 1 H 226

Ed. K. Šolc

☞ BA 11527-90•

Piano reduction

Martinů, Bohuslav

(1890–1959)

Concerto for Violin and

Orchestra no. 2 H 293

Ed. K. Šolc

☞ BA 11529-90•

Piano reduction

58


STRINGS – VIOLA

Lost Proof Sheets Sensationally Unearthed

BA 9099-90 BA 9060

BA 9099-92

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix

(1809–1847)

Concerto in E min

for Violin and Orchestra op. 64

Urtext / Eds. R. L. Todd,

C. Brown

Early version (1844)

and late version (1845)

New revised edition

☞ BA 9099

Score

Piano reduction

of the early 1844 version

☞ BA 9099-92

Piano reduction of the wellknown

late 1845 version

New revised edition

☞ BA 9099-90

Brown, Clive

Performance Practices in the

Violin Concerto op. 64 and

Chamber Music for Strings of

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy

Text booklet in English/German

☞ BA 9060

Special set price

☞ BA 9099-93

NEW 2018

NEW 2018

NEW 2018

Set of BA 9099-90

(Piano reduction 1845 version)

and BA 9060 (Text booklet)

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.

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)

59


STRINGS – VIOLIN

1-2 Violins and Keyboard

Instrument – Composers

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix

(1809–1847)

Mozarts’s Works

for Violin and Orchestra

60

Sonatas for Violin and Piano

Urtext / Ed. H. Hoshino

☞ BA 9066 Score with parts

• First Urtext edition of

Mendelssohn’s Violin

Sonatas (with facsimile

pages)

• With an Urtext violin part

as well as a second violin

part with fingering and

bowing by Takeshi Kiriyama

• Excellent repertoire of

moderate technical

difficulty

Mollenhauer, Edward

(1827–1914)

The Infant Paganini /

The Boy Paganini

for violin and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

BA 10691–BA 10692

page 48

Monti, Vittorio

(1868–1922)

Czardas

for violin and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8975

page 48

° = Performance material

available on sale

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Complete Concertos

for Violin and Orchestra

Urtext / Ed. C. H. Mahling

• Easy-to-play piano

reduction

• Violin solo part with the

Urtext of the “New Mozart

Edition”

• Additional violin solo part

with fingering, bowing and

performance comments

by M. Wulfhorst

• Additional booklet with

cadenzas and transitions by

L. Auer, J. Joachim, S. Franko,

E. Ysaÿe, J. D. Alard,

M. Wulfhorst

- Concerto in B-flat maj

K. 207 (No. 1)

Urtext. With cadenzas,

fermata embellishments and

lead-ins by J. D. Alard,

M. Wulfhorst

☞BA 4863-90° Piano reduction

- Concerto in D maj K. 211

(No. 2)

Urtext. With cadenzas by

L. Auer, M. Wulfhorst

☞BA 4864-90° Piano reduction

- Concerto in G maj K. 216

(No. 3)

Urtext. With cadenzas

by L. Auer, E. Ysaÿe, S. Franko,

M. Wulfhorst

☞ BA 4865-90° Piano reduction

☞ TP 272 Study score

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Concertone in C maj K. 190

for Two Violins and Orchestra

Urtext / Ed. C. H. Mahling

☞ BA 5380-90°

Piano reduction

- Concerto in D maj K. 218

(No. 4)

Urtext. With cadenzas by

J. Joachim, L. Auer, M. Wulfhorst

☞BA 4866-90° Piano reduction

☞ TP 273 Study score

- Concerto in A maj K. 219

(No. 5)

Urtext. With cadenzas by

J. Joachim, S. Franko,

M. Wulfhorst

☞ BA 4712-90° Piano reduction

☞ TP 20 Study score

Works for Violin and Orchestra

K. 207, 211, 216, 218, 219, 261,

269 (261 a ), 373

☞ TP 325 Study score

Single Movements for Violin

and Orchestra K. 261, 269, 373

Urtext / Ed. C. H. Mahling

With cadenzas and fermata

embellishments by

M. Wulfhorst

☞ BA 5379-90°

Piano reduction

Sinfonia concertante

in E-flat maj K. 364 (320 d )

for Violin, Viola and Orchestra.

With original scordatura viola

part

Urtext / Ed. C. H. Mahling

☞ BA 4900-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 176 Study score


STRINGS – VIOLIN

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Complete Works for Violin

and Piano in two volumes

Urtext / Ed. E. Reeser

• With an Urtext violin

part as well as a violin

part prepared with fingering

and bowing and important

performance practice

tips by M. Wulfhorst

This publication contains all

the completed works by

Mozart for Violin and Piano.

Several works which are not

found in other editions are

presented with the Urtext of

the “New Mozart Edition”:

Sonatas K. 6-9, Sonatas K. 26-

31, the Andante and Allegretto

in C maj K. 404 as well as the

three sonata fragments K. 372,

403 and 402 completed by

Maximilian Stadler.

- Volume I

☞ BA 5761 Score with parts

- Volume II

☞ BA 5762 Score with parts

Works for Violin and Piano

Urtext / Ed. E. Reeser

- The Mannheim, Paris,

Salzburg Sonatas

K. 301 (293 a ), 302 (293 b ), 303

(293 c ), 304 (300 c ), 305 (293 d ),

306 (300 l ), 296, 378 (317 d )

☞ BA 4774 Score with part

- Early Viennese Sonatas

K. 379 (373 a ), 376 (374 d ), 377

(374 e ), 380 (374 f ), 404 (385 d ),

372, 403 (385 c ), 402 (385 e )

☞ BA 4775 Score with part

- Late Viennese Sonatas

K. 454, 481, 526, 547

☞ BA 4776 Score with part

Complete Church Sonatas

Urtext / Ed. M. E. Dounias

- Volume 1: Nine Sonatas

K. 67-69, 144, 145, 212, 224, 225

and 241 for two violins, organ

and violoncello/double bass

☞ BA 4731 Score with parts

- Volume 2: Five Sonatas

K. 244, 245, 274 (271d), 328 (317 c )

and 336 (336 d ) for two violins,

organ, violoncello/double bass

☞ BA 4732 Score with parts

Rieding, Oskar

(1840–1918)

Concerto in B min op. 35

for violin and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8971 page 48

Concerto in D maj

op. 36 for violin and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 10697 page 48

Concertino in

Hungarian Style op. 21

for violin and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8973 page 48

Ravel, Maurice

(1875–1937)

Tzigane

Rhapsody for Violin and

Orchestra

Urtext / Ed. D. Woodfull-

Harris

☞ BA 8849-90°

Version for violin and piano;

also serves as piano reduction

to the orchestral version

This Urtext edition presents

the first scholarly-critical

edition of Ravel’s masterpiece.

It is published both in the

orchestral version as well as in

Marcia op. 44, Rondo op. 22/3

for violin and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8982 page 48

Saint-Saëns, Camille

(1835–1921)

NEW 2018

Havanaise

for Violin and Piano op. 83

Urtext / Ed. C. Baur

☞ BA 9426 Score with part

This first-ever critical edition

of “Havanaise” draws on both

the composer’s autograph

version for violin and piano as

well as the later orchestrated

version. Where the solo part

of the orchestral version

differs from the version for

violin and piano, the variants

are shown in the violin part

as ossias.

the composer’s earlier version

for violin and piano. All known

sources, including letters, have

been drawn on for the new

edition; one of the available

sources, consulted for the first

time, was a copy of Tzigane

from the estate of Jelly

D’Aranyi, the Hungarian violin

virtuoso who played the

premiere and is the dedicatee

of the work. This copy is today

part of a private collection.

The version for piano and violin

contains, besides the Urtext

part, a second violin part as a

facsimile with performance

instructions stemming from

Jelly D’Aranyi. D’Aranyi’s

alterations and fingering

reflect how Ravel must have

heard the work in rehearsals

and performance and as

such are a document of early

20 th century performance

practice. The cooperation

between Ravel and D’Aranyi is

comparable to that of Brahms

and Joachim working on the

Brahms violin concerto.

No distribution rights

for the USA.

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STRINGS – VIOLIN

1-2 Violins and Keyboard

Instrument – Composers

Schubert, Franz

(1797–1828)

62

Complete Works

for Violin and Piano

Urtext / Ed. H. Wirth

- Fantasia in C maj D 934

op. post. 159

☞ BA 5620 Score with parts

• With an additional violin

part based on the first

edition of 1850

- Rondo in B min D 895 op. 70

☞ BA 5618 Score with part

- Sonata in A maj D 574

op. post. 162

☞ BA 5605 Score with part

- Three Sonatas D 384, 385, 408

op. post. 137 nos. 1-3 “Sonatinas”

☞ BA 5606 Score with part

Rondo in A maj

for Violin and Orchestra D 438

Urtext / Ed. M. Kube

☞ BA 5653-90°

Piano reduction

Seitz, Friedrich

(1848–1918)

Student Concerto in G maj

op. 13 for violin and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8972 page 48

Student Concerto in D maj

op. 22 for violin and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8979 page 48

Student Concerto in G min

op. 12 for violin and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8985 page 48

Severn, Edmund

Polish Dance

for violin and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 10750 page 48

Smetana, Bedřich

(1824–1884)

NEW 2019

Z domoviny / From the Homeland

Two duets for violin and piano

Urtext / Eds. F. Bartoš, J. Plavec,

K. Šolc

☞ BA 9526 Score with part

Tartini, Giuseppe

(1692–1770)

Sonata in G min “Devil’s Trill”

for violin and bc

Urtext / Ed. A. Pavanello

☞ BA 10919 Score with parts

The “Devil’s Trill” Sonata is the

most famous of the violin

sonatas of Giuseppe Tartini.

In the new scholarly-critical

edition, it holds many a surprise

in store. For the first time, all

available contemporary sources

have been consulted to

produce an edition closely

approximating Tartini’s lost

autograph. The solo part offers

several ossia passages and

alternative articulation marks,

and the score has been given an

eminently playable realization

of the continuo part offering

ample scope for improvisation.

Also for the first time, this

edition includes a separate part

for violoncello or violone.

Telemann, Georg Philipp

(1681–1767)

Little Chamber Music

Six Partitas for violin (flute,

oboe, recorder) and bc

Ed. H. Ruf

☞ HM 47

Score with part

Sonatas and Pieces from

“Der getreue Musikmeister”

for one melodic instrument

(violin, flute, oboe) and bc

Urtext / Ed. J. D. Degen

☞ HM 7 Score with part

Sonatas for Violin and Basso

Continuo from Essercizii musici

TWV 41:F4 and TWV 41:A6

Urtext / Ed. K. Hofman

☞ BA 5880 Score with parts

Three Concertos for Violin

and Orchestra (A min, D maj,

G min) TWV 51: a1, 51: D9, 51: g1

Urtext / Ed. S. Kross

☞ BA 5876-90

Piano reduction

Twelve Methodical Sonatas

for violin (flute) and bc

TWV 4: 41

Urtext / Ed. M. Seiffert

- Volume 1: Sonatas in G min

and A maj

☞ BA 2241 Score with part

- Volume 2: Sonatas in E min

and D maj

☞ BA 2242 Score with part

- Volume 3: Sonatas in A min

and G maj

☞ BA 2243 Score with part

- Volume 4: Sonatas in B min

and C min

☞ BA 2244 Score with part

- Volume 5: Sonatas in E maj

and B-flat maj

☞ BA 2245 Score with part

- Volume 6: Sonatas in D min

and C maj

☞ BA 2246 Score with part

Vitali, Tomaso Antonio

(1663–1745)

Chaconne in G min

for violin and bc

Urtext / Ed. D. Hellmann

☞ HM 100 Score with part

Vivaldi, Antonio

(1681–1767)

Concerto in A min op. 3/6

for violin and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8974 page 48

Concerto in G maj op. 3/3

for violin and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8980 page 48

The Four Seasons

for violino principale,

two violins, viola and bc

Urtext / Ed. C. Hogwood

All four concertos in one volume

☞ BA 6994-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 399 Study score


The Only Complete Edition of

Antonio Vivaldi’s “La Stravaganza”

STRINGS STREICHER – VIOLA

NEW 2019

Vivaldi, Antonio

(1678–1741)

La Stravaganza op. 4

12 Concertos for Violin,

Strings and Basso continuo

Urtext / Ed. B. Schwemer

Volume 1

☞ BA 7566-90° Piano reduction

Volume 2

☞ BA 7567-90° Piano reduction

Antonio Vivaldi’s 12 concertos

op. 4 known by the name of

“La Stravaganza” were first

mentioned as a collection of

“Concerti a 4” in the 1711

Foreword of “L’Estro Armonico”

op. 3. Their publication had to

wait until 1716, when Estienne

Roger issued them in two

volumes of six concertos each.

However, unlike the original

announcement, “La Stravaganza”

is more than a collection of

concertos for solo violin with

string accompaniment: in five

of the concertos the soloist is

joined by a second solo violin or

even by a solo violoncello

(Concerto No. 7).

The many reprints of

“La Stravaganza” bear witness

to its popularity and widespread

dissemination well into the

1730s. Besides the surviving

prints, there is a significant

body of handwritten sources

containing alternative versions

for seven of the concertos.

Some of these manuscripts

stem from the music library of

Johann Georg Pisendel.

This edition of “La Stravaganza”

is not only the first scholarlycritical

edition, it is also the

only complete edition available.

In addition to the twelve

concertos handed down in

the Roger edition, Bärenreiter

offers an additional concerto

in full score, piano reduction

and parts contained in the 1728

print issued by the English

publishers Walsh & Hare,

as well as alternative versions

(without viola) found in

handwritten sources for

Concertos No. 6 (Libro Primo)

and No. 11 (Libro Secondo).

• The only complete edition

currently available

• Orchestral parts in large

format (25.5 cm x 32.5 cm)

• Each full score with a

Foreword (Ger/Eng) and

Critical Commentary (Eng)

From: Vivaldi, La Stravaganza op. 4, Libro Primo · BA 7566

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STRINGS – VIOLA

Educational Music and

Collections for Viola

64

Sassmannshaus,

Egon and Kurt

The Sassmannshaus

Tradition

Early Start on the Viola

The viola method for children

4 years and older

Viola Book 1

☞ BA 9686 English edition

☞ BA 9681 German edition

Viola Book 2

☞ BA 9687

☞ BA 9682

English edition

German edition

Viola Book 3: Elementary

duets. Dances and other pieces

in various keys

☞ BA 9688 English edition

☞ BA 9683 German edition

Viola Book 4: Duet playing

in all positions

☞ BA 9689 English edition

☞ BA 9684 German edition

Bärenreiter’s

Viola Collection

Concert Pieces

for Viola and Piano

Ed. K. Sassmannshaus

☞ BA 9697

Viola part with enclosed piano

accompaniment

This edition presents 14 pieces

covering a wide stylistic

spectrum. The works are

arranged in increasing order

of difficulty, the cornerstones

being two works by Georg

Eduard Goltermann; his

technically simple Andante

religioso and his demanding

Adagio and Tarantella. Works

by Kalliwoda, Fauré, Grieg,

Dvořák, amongst others, are

included.

Classic Hits

for Violin and Viola

Arranged by V. Bodunov

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10626

2 Performance scores

Jewish Prayer

Works for Viola

(Cello) and Organ

Ed. S. Kalinowsky

☞ BA 11216

“Jewish Prayer” comprises

works of the Jewish late

Romantic tradition including

one of the repertoire classics

for strings “Kol Nidrei” by Max

Bruch. Also included are other

popular performance pieces

such as “The Hebrew Melody”

op. 23 by Albert Kellermann,

Elohenu by Friedrich

Gernsheim, “Sarabande” op. 8

by Joseph Sulzer and “Prière”

by Fernand Halphen.

The edition also contains a

work for solo organ, the “Five

Festival Preludes” by Louis

Lewandowski. Separate parts

for viola and violoncello are

included with the score.

Rieding, Oskar

(1840–1918)

Concerto in B min op. 35

Arranged for viola,

transposed to E min

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8983 page 48

Seitz, Friedrich

(1848–1918)

Student Concerto in D maj

op. 22 Arranged for viola,

transposed to G maj

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8986 page 48


STRINGS – VIOLA

Sassmannshaus

Viola Recital Album

for viola and piano

or two violas

Viola and Keyboard

Instrument – Composers

Eds. M. Lusk, C. Sassmannshaus,

K. Sassmannshaus

Each volume with score and

part, plus additional viola part

for the duet version

☞ BA 8990 Vol. 1 First Position

☞ BA 8991 Vol. 2 First Position

☞ BA 8992 Vol. 3 First Position

☞ BA 8993 Vol. 4 First Position

These four volumes 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.

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.

Volumes 1 and 2 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 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.

Volumes 3 and 4 can be used as

a supplement to the “Early Start

on the Viola” method, Volumes

2 and 3 (BA 9687 and BA 9688).

The 12 pieces are structured to

follow the same progression of

finger patterns introduced in

the “Early Start” method. The

later repertoire in this volume

includes a careful introduction

of downward and upward

extensions.

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Concerto in E-flat maj

for viola, strings and bc

Reconstructed from BWV 169,

49 and 1053

Ed. W. Fischer

☞ BA 5149-90°

Piano reduction

Three Sonatas BWV 1027-1029

for viola da gamba (viola) and

harpsichord

Urtext / Ed. H. Eppstein

☞ BA 5186 Score with parts

Berlioz, Hector

(1803–1869)

Harold en Italie

Symphony in four parts with

solo viola. With performance

suggestions by F. Lainé

Urtext / Eds. P. Banks,

H. Macdonald

☞ BA 5457-90•

Piano reduction

• The first modern piano

reduction of Berlioz’ central

work for orchestra and viola

• Designed with additional

music from the orchestral

tutti for the solo viola for

performances with piano

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STRINGS – VIOLA

Viola and Keyboard

Instrument – Composers

66

Brahms, Johannes

(1833–1897)

Sonatas for Viola and Piano

op. 120

Sonata in F min,

Sonata in E-flat maj

Urtext / Ed. C. Brown,

N. Peres Da Costa

☞ BA 10907 Score with parts

• Pioneering Urtext edition

• With an Urtext solo part

as well as a second part

with performance markings

• Includes Foreword on

performance practice

aspects

C. Brown, N. Peres

Da Costa, K. Bennett

Wadsworth

Performance Practices

in Johannes Brahms’

Chamber Music

Text booklet

in English/German

☞ BA 9600

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

NEW 2019

Romantic Pieces op. 75

Arrangement for Viola and

Piano by Bella und Semjon

Kalinowsky

☞ BA 10437

Fauré, Gabriel

(1845–1924)

4 Mélodies for viola and piano

Ed. M. Staudt. Arrangement

of the viola part by T. Remy-

Schumacher

☞ BA 6991 Score with part

Franck, César

(1822–1890)

Sonata in A maj

Arranged for Piano and Viola

Ed. D. Woodfull-Harris

With an Introduction by

Gudula Schütz

☞ BA 10918

Martinů, Bohuslav

(1890–1959)

Rhapsody-Concerto

for Viola and Orchestra (1952)

☞ BA 4316-90 Piano reduction

☞ BA 4316• Study score

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Concerto in A maj

for Viola and Orchestra after

the Clarinet Concerto K. 622

Anon. arrangement (1802) /

Ed. C. Hogwood

☞ BA 5336-90

Piano reduction

☞ BA 4773°

Orchestral parts

Sinfonia concertante in E-flat

maj K. 364 (320 d ) for Violin,

Viola and Orchestra. With

original scordatura viola part

Urtext / Ed. C. H. Mahling

☞ BA 4900-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 176 Study score

Rieding, Oskar

(1840–1918)

Concerto in B min op. 35

Arranged for viola,

transposed to E min

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8983 page 48

Schubert, Franz

(1797–1828)

Sonata in A min “Arpeggione”

D 821

Arranged for viola and piano

after the Urtext by

U. v. Wrochem

☞ BA 5683 Score with part

Seitz, Friedrich

(1848–1918)

Student Concerto in D maj

op. 22. Arranged for viola,

transposed to G maj

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8986 page 48

Telemann, Georg Philipp

(1681–1767)

Concerto in G maj TWV 51: G9

for Viola and Orchestra

Urtext / Ed. W. Hirschmann

Revised edition

☞ BA 5878-90°

Piano reduction

The “Concerto in G maj” is not

just Telemann’s only concerto

for the viola but one of the

earliest viola concertos in

history. It belongs to the

standard repertoire of every

violist and is also suited for

less experienced players.

Vaňhal, Jan Křtitel

(1739–1813)

Concerto in C maj

for Viola and Orchestra

Solo part revised by J. Plichta

☞ BA 11531-90•

Piano reduction

The Bohemian composer

Jan Křtitel Vaňhal / Johann

Baptist Vaňhal wrote several

concertos for various

instruments, of which two

for viola have survived.

Both are evidently not

original compositions, but

arrangements by Vaňhal of

some of his own works, a

common practice of that time.

The Viola Concerto in C major

is based on Vanhal’s cello

concerto in the same key.

Our new revised edition

makes this Concerto available

once again. The solo part

contains cadenzas for each

movement.

• Popular repertoire piece

from the Viennese classical

period

• Idiomatic piano reduction

• New trilingual Foreword

by Phillip Schmidt

(Ger/Cz/Eng)


STRINGS – VIOLONCELLO

Y O U R N E X T P E R F O R M A N C E

I S W O R T H I T

What can I expect

from a Bärenreiter Urtext

edition?

A trustworthy musical text alone does not yet

justify the label Bärenreiter Urtext. Integral

parts of Bärenreiter Urtext editions are:

• Information on the genesis and history

of the work

• A description of the sources

• Valuable notes on performance practice

• A Critical Commentary explaining all source

discrepancies and editorial decisions

But it’s not all about musicology. Bärenreiter

also satisfies your practical needs as a

performer. Bärenreiter Urtext editions offer:

• Page turns, fold-out pages, and cues where

you need them

• In the case of solo concertos straightforward

orchestral reductions

• A well-presented layout and a user-friendly

format

• Excellent print quality

• Superior paper and binding

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STRINGS – VIOLONCELLO

Educational Music and

Collections for Cello

Sassmannshaus,

Egon and Kurt,

Corssen, Michael

The Sassmannshaus

Tradition

Early Start on the Cello

The cello method for children

4 years and older

Sassmannshaus

Cello Recital Album

for cello and piano

or two cellos

Eds. M. Lusk,

C. Sassmannshaus,

K. Sassmannshaus

Each volume with score and

part, plus additional part

for the duet version

☞ BA 8994 Vol. 1 First Position

☞ BA 8995 Vol. 2 First Position

• Charming collections of

easy pieces in first position

• Each cello part is supported

by a piano accompaniment

for student performances

• Alternately a second cello

part allows duo playing

with the teacher during

lessons. This early

introduction to chamber

music brings joy and

satisfaction to the young

cellist and teaches the

student to hear the music

as a whole.

• The two volumes (BA 8994,

BA 8995) are designed as

companion publications

to the “Early Start on the

Cello” method. However,

they work equally well as a

supplement to any other

cello method.

• A variety of rarely published

works by well-known

cellists and pedagogues

such as Wilhelm

Fitzenhagen, Hugo

Schlemüller, and August

Nölck make these

publications attractive to

teachers and students.

Cello Book 1

☞ BA 8996 English edition

☞ BA 9691 German edition

Cello Book 2

☞ BA 8997 English edition

☞ BA 9692 German edition

Cello Book 3: Elementary

duets. Dances and other

pieces in various keys.

☞ BA 8998 English edition

☞ BA 9693 German edition

Cello Book 4: Duet playing

in all positions.

☞ BA 8999 English edition

☞ BA 9694 German edition

Ševčík, Otakar

(1852–1934) NEW 2018

School of Bowing Technique

for Violoncello op. 2

Arranged by T. Jamník

Book 1: ☞ BA 11547

Book 2: ☞ BA 11548

Book 3: ☞ BA 11549

• Practical three-volume

edition

• New arrangement for

violoncello of one of the

most significant violin

tutors for the right hand

• Foreword and valuable

methodological notes by

the arranger (Cz/Eng/Ger)

• Exercises in ascending order

of difficulty: easy –

moderate – difficult

68


STRINGS – VIOLONCELLO

Bärenreiter’s

Cello Collection

Concert Pieces for Cello

and Piano

Ed. C. Sassmannshaus

☞ BA 9695

Cello part with enclosed

piano accompaniment

This collection is conceived

for young cello players who

wish to start playing their first

concerts. The edition contains

18 easy-to-learn concert pieces

from the Baroque, Classical

and Romantic periods

including Dvořák’s

“Humoresque”, Mendelssohn

Bartholdy’s “Song without

Words”, Fauré’s “Berceuse”

and “The Swan” by Camille

Saint-Saëns.

• Ideal continuation of the

string method “Early Start

on the Cello”

Cofalik, Antoni

Twardowski, Romuald

At the Zoo

for Cello and Piano

☞ BA 8124

Christmas Hits

for 2 Cellos

Arranged by B. Bocksch

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10612

2 Performance scores

Classic Hits

for 2 Cellos

Arranged by M. Edmondson

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10611

2 Performance scores

Jewish Prayer

Works for Cello

(Viola) and Organ

Ed. S. Kalinowsky

☞ BA 11216 page 36

The Roots of Jazz

for Violin and Violoncello

Composed and arranged

by G. A. Speckert

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10606

2 Performance scores

The Roots of Jazz

for two Violoncellos

Composed and arranged

by G. A. Speckert

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10649

2 Performance scores

To appear in March 2019

• Effective arrangements

with an authentic jazz feel

• Exciting fun pieces for

lessons and recitals

• Of easy technical difficulty

Tango Classics

for Cello and Piano

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10632

NEW 2019

Bréval, Jean-Baptiste

Sonata in C maj op. 40

for cello and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 10698 page 48

Eccles, Henry

Sonata in G min

for cello and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 10699 page 48

Mollenhauer, Edward

(1827–1914)

The Infant Paganini

Fantasia

arranged for cello

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 10693 page 48

The Boy Paganini

Fantasia

arranged for cello

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 10694 page 48

Rieding, Oskar

(1840–1918)

Concerto in B min op. 35

Arranged for cello,

transposed to D min

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8984 page 48

Seitz, Friedrich

(1848–1918)

Student Concerto in D maj

op. 22

Arranged for cello,

transposed to G maj

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8987 page 48

• Each edition consists of

a cello part and an

enclosed piano

accompaniment. The

works are edited and

marked with fingering

and bowing by Christoph

Sassmannshaus.

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Every Cellist’s Studies

• Newly engraved and corrected • Clear, reader-friendly layout

• With fingering and bowing for today's cellists

• With fold-out pages where players need them • With optimal page turns

Battanchon, Felix

(1814–1893)

12 Etudes in the Thumb Position

for Solo Violoncello op. 25

Ed. M. Rommel

☞ BA 9405

The French cellist Felix

Battanchon was solo cellist

in the Orchestra of the Grand

Opéra in Paris. The vast

majority of his compositions

are “Salon” pieces for 1 to 3

cellos. He also wrote several

collections of etudes. The 12

Etudes in the Thumb Position

are not only suitable for

players who are starting to

play in the thumb position but

also for those who are more

advanced.

Duport, Jean-Louis

(1749–1819)

21 Etudes for Violoncello

with an Accompaniment

of a 2 nd Violoncello (ad lib.)

Ed. M. Rommel

Score with part and text volume

☞ BA 6980

• With a separate score for

the ad libitum second cello

• With a brochure (Ger/Eng)

including playing tips and

technical advice

70

70

Grützmacher, Friedrich

(1832–1903)

Technology of Violoncello

Playing. Twenty-four Etudes

for Violoncello Solo op. 38

Ed. M. Rommel

☞ BA 6997

Score and text volume

• With a brochure (Ger/Eng)

including playing tips and

technical advice

Lee, Sebastian

(1805–1877)

40 Easy Etudes for Violoncello

with an Accompaniment of a

2 nd Violoncello (ad lib.) op. 70

Ed. M. Rommel

☞ BA 9401

The editor has based his edition

on the first edition of Sebastian

Lee’s (1805-1887) etudes from

1855; he has sparingly added

fingering, bow strokes and slurs

indicating them editorially so

players can immediately see the

textural alterations.

Merk, Joseph

(1795–1852)

20 Etudes for Violoncello op. 11

Ed. M. Rommel

☞ BA 9411

• Only modern edition

of these studies

• Valuable performance tips

(Ger/Eng)

Popper, David

(1843–1913)

Fifteen Easy Melodic-Harmonic

Etudes for Violoncello with

an Accompaniment of a 2nd

Violoncello (ad lib.) op. 76 I /

Ten Grand Etudes of Moderate

Difficulty for Violoncello Solo

op. 76

Ed. M. Rommel

☞ BA 6979

“High School of Violoncello

Playing”. Forty Etudes for

Solo Violoncello op. 73

☞ BA 6978

• First modern edition of these

standard studies

• With an additional brochure

in German and English

including playing tips and

references to the cello

literature where the individual

techniques are found.

Ševčík, Otakar

(1852–1934)

NEW 2018

School of Bowing Technique

for Violoncello op. 2

Arranged by T. Jamník

☞ BA 11547 Book 1

☞ BA 11548 Book 2

☞ BA 11549 Book 3

à page 68


STRINGS – VIOLONCELLO

Violoncello Solo –

Composers

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Cello Suites à page 72

Gabrielli, Domenico

(1659–1690)

The Complete Works

for Violoncello Solo and

for Violoncello and Bc

Urtext / Ed. B. Hoffmann

☞ BA 10920 Score with parts

1–2 Violoncellos and

Keyboard Instrument –

Composers

Bach, Johann Christoph Friedrich

(1732–1795)

Sonata in G maj

for violoncello and bc

Ed. H. Ruf

☞ BA 3745

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Three Sonatas for Violoncello

and Harpsichord after the

Gamba Sonatas BWV 1027-1029

Violoncello part prepared for

performance by Claude Génetay

Urtext / Ed. H. Eppstein

☞ BA 5210 Score with part

Concerto in A min

for Violoncello, Strings and bc

after BWV 593

Arranged by J. F. W. Schneider

☞ BA 5136-90 Piano reduction

Performance material available

on demand

Johann Sebastian Bach’s

famous “Concerto for Organ”

BWV 593 is an arrangement

of Antonio Vivaldi’s “Concerto

op. 3” no. 8 from “L’Estro

Armonico” for two solo violins,

strings and basso continuo.

This edition, in turn, is an

arrangement of this organ

concerto and has been scored

for violoncello solo, strings

and basso continuo. It was

commissioned for the renowned

cellist Sol Gabetta.

Beethoven, Ludwig van

(1770–1827)

Sonatas for Pianoforte and

Violoncello op. 5, Nos. 1 and 2,

op. 69, op. 102, Nos. 1 and 2

“Best Edition 2005”

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9012 Score with part

and Critical Commentary

Variations for Pianoforte and

Violoncello WoO 45, Op. 66,

WoO 46

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9028 Score with part

Beethoven’s three sets of cello

variations comprise the

“Twelve Variations on a Theme

from Handel’s Oratorio Judas

Maccabaeus” (WoO 45), the

“Twelve Variations on the

theme Ein Mädchen oder

Weibchen” (op. 66) from

Mozart’s opera “The Magic

Flute” and the “Seven

Variations on the duet Bei

Männern, welche Liebe fühlen”

(WoO 46), also from “The

Magic Flute”.

• With numerous corrections

in the violoncello part

Boismortier, Joseph Bodin de

(1689–1755)

Sonata in D maj op. 50/3 for

violoncello (or bassoon, viola

da gamba) and bc. Ed. H. Ruf

☞ BA 3963 Score with part

Brahms, Johannes

(1833–1897)

Works for Violoncello and

Piano

Urtext / Eds. C. Brown,

N. Peres Da Costa, K. Bennett

Wadsworth

Sonata in E min op. 38

☞ BA 9429 Score with parts

Sonata in F maj op. 99

☞ BA 9430 Score with parts

Bärenreiter’s pioneering

editions offer today’s

musicians a comprehensive

approach to the works, which

aims to place them in their

historical context and to

elucidate the complex of

meanings that the composer

expected his notation to

convey to performers.

The editions come not only

with an Urtext part freed

from all editorial emendations,

but also with an additional

part including fingering and

bowing drawing on

performance markings by

musicians close to Brahms’

circle.

C. Brown, N. Peres Da Costa,

K. Bennett Wadsworth

Performing Practices in

Johannes Brahms’

Chamber Music

Text booklet in

English/German

☞ BA 9600

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Bach’s Cello Suites

The Standard Editions

All readings

at a glance

Six Suites a Violoncello

Solo senza Basso

BWV 1007-1012

Scholarly-critical

performing edition.

Slipcase with 7 volumes

(musical text in modern

engraving, text booklet,

5 facsimiles), 352 pages.

Critical report

“Best Edition 2000”

Urtext / Eds. B. Schwemer,

D. Woodfull-Harris

☞ BA 5216 (English)

This edition has made use of

all the five sources which have

come down to us. The basis is

the most reliable of the

sources, the manuscript

copy in the hand of A. M. Bach.

All variant readings from the

four other sources are clearly

laid out for performance.

Cellists now have the

possibility of rendering

performances based on just

one of the five sources as well

as of combining the sources in

a mixed version.

“Bärenreiter has published

a treasure here ...”

(American String Teacher)

“... a very valuable edition

that should be in the library of

every thinking cellist.”

(Strings)

“This is definitively an

impeccable edition, which will

certainly soon become a

fundamental part of the library

of any cellist ...”

(Goldberg Magazine)

“This new edition is

remarkable, historically as

accurate as perhaps an editor

can be using currently available

materials, and provoking

thought and interest in the

performer... A modern

performer really should be

aware, as far as possible, of the

composer’s intentions as far as

possible, and this edition is

unsurpassed in helping to

achieve this. This is a must for

any serious cellist.” (Ensemble)

“It is a very innovative

publication, setting a new

standard for performance

studies for the next century.”

(Bach Bibliography)

With

performance markings

Six Suites

BWV 1007-1012

for violoncello solo

Ed. A. Wenzinger

☞ BA 320

This edition includes fingering,

dynamics, slurs, and articulation

markings by the Swiss cellist,

gamba player, teacher and

conductor August Wenzinger

(1905–1996). It provides an

excellent guide for an informed

interpretation of the famous

suites and is very well suited

for cellists approaching these

works for the first time.

from: Suite VI (BA 5216)

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A = A. M. Bach, B = J. P. Keller, C = anonymous, D = anonymous, E = Paris 1824?


STRINGS – VIOLONCELLO

1-2 Violoncellos and Keyboard

Instrument – Composers

Bréval, Jean-Baptiste

(1753–1823)NEW 2018

Sonata in C maj op. 40

for cello and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 10698 page 48

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.

• Ideal for the first “proper”

recital

• Of moderate technical

difficulty but with brilliant

impact

Debussy, Claude

(1862–1918)

Sonata

for Violoncello and Piano

Urtext / Ed. R. Back,

D. Woodfull-Harris

☞ BA 9412 Score with part

This Urtext edition makes use

of, for the first time, Debussy’s

sketches held in a private

collection which contain not

only an important comment by

Debussy regarding the balance

of the instruments but also

clarify several musical

ambiguities found in the

autograph and first edition.

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

Concerto in B min

for Violoncello and Orchestra

op. 104

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

Piano reduction by the

composer

☞ BA 9045-90°

• With Dvořák’s final and

definitive version of the

solo cello part

• With hundreds of

corrections in the solo cello

part as well as the

orchestral parts

• With hitherto unknown

details regarding the

collaboration between

Dvořák and Wihan

• With Dvořák’s original

piano reduction

• With Feuermann’s and

Casals’ alternatives to a

passage in the first

movement

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

Slavonic Dances op. 46

arranged for Violoncello and

Piano by J. Gemrot

☞ BA 9568 Score with part

Eccles, Henry

Sonata in G min

for cello and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 10699 page 48

Elgar, Edward

(1857–1934)

Concerto in E min for

Violoncello and Orchestra

op. 85

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

Piano reduction by the

composer

☞ BA 9040-90°

☞ TP 398 Study score

• First ever Urtext edition

• With many colour facsimile

pages in the Critical

Commentary (Eng) and

information on sources

and performance history.

No distribution rights

for France.

Facsimile edition

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-1928-9

page 150

Fauré, Gabriel

(1845–1924)

4 Mélodies

for violoncello and piano

Ed. M. Staudt. Violoncello part

prepared by T. Remy-Schneider

☞ BA 6990 Score with part

Fesch, Willem de

(1687–1757)

Sonata in D min op. 13/4

for violoncello and bc

Ed. H. Ruf

☞ BA 3962 Score with part

Fišer, Luboš

(1935–1999)

NEW 2019

Sonata for Violoncello and

Piano, Sonata for two

Violoncellos and Piano,

Sonata for Solo Violoncello

Urtext / Ed. J. Hájek

☞ H 8025 Score with parts

in preparation

73


STRINGS – VIOLONCELLO

1-2 Violoncellos and Keyboard

Instrument – Composers

74

Franck, César

(1822–1890)

Sonata in A maj, Mélancolie

Version for piano and

violoncello

Urtext / Ed. D. Woodfull-Harris

With an Introduction by

G. Schütz

☞ BA 10917 Score with part

Franck’s Sonata is one of the

most treasured works in the

violin repertoire. This version

by the cellist Jules Delsart for

piano and violoncello is the

only arrangement of the work

authorized by the composer

and its first edition represents

the main source for Bärenreiter’s

scholarly-critical publication.

Bärenreiter’s edition also

includes a separate movement,

“Mélancolie”, first published

after Franck’s death in 1911.

Gabrielli, Domenico

(1659–1690)

The Complete Works

for Violoncello Solo and

for Violoncello and

Basso continuo

Urtext / Ed. B. Hoffmann

☞ BA 10920 Score with parts

Hummel, Johann Nepomuk

(1778–1837)

Sonata for Pianoforte and

Violoncello op. 104

Urtext / Ed. M. Kroll

☞ BA 10904 Score with part

This edition, edited by Mark

Kroll, is the first scholarlycritical

publication of this

sonata. It is based on the

first edition of 1826 and the

autograph manuscript.

A comparison of the sources

brought to light a number of

details overlooked in the first

edition.

Janáček, Leoš

(1854–1928)

Works for Violoncello and

Piano

Urtext / Eds. J. Fukač, B. Havlík

☞ BA 9509 Score with part

• Includes an early version of

“A Tale” in the supplement

Lalo, Édouard

(1823–1892)

Concerto in D min

for Violoncello and Orchestra

“Best Edition 2007”

Urtext / Ed. H. Macdonald

Piano reduction by the

composer

☞ BA 6999-90°

• First ever critical edition

• First ever Critical

Commentary (Eng),

integrated in the score

Martinů, Bohuslav

(1890–1959)

Variations on a Slovakian

Theme

for violoncello and piano (1959)

☞ BA 3969 Score with part

NEW 2018

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix

(1809–1847)

Song without Words

for Violoncello and Pianoforte

op. 109

Urtext / Ed. R. L. Todd

☞ BA 10934 Score with part

This standard work of the

cello literature has been

extracted from volume II

of the “Complete Works for

Violoncello and Pianoforte”

(BA 9096 and BA 9097

page 75) which was

published in 2016. Mendelssohn

scholar R. Larry Todd edited

the scholarly-critical edition

of “Song without Words”.

This work is not based on

the surviving autograph

manuscript, which could not

have been the basis for the

posthumous first edition,

but rather on the only

plausible source: the German

first edition itself. This was

published in 1868 as op. 109

and is unquestionably based

on an untraceable complete

final manuscript, perhaps

once previously owned by the

dedicatee, French cellist Lisa

Barbier Cristiani.

The publication is free

from editorial amendments

and modern performance

instructions and provides an

excellent basis for musical

interpretation.

• Informative Foreword

(Eng/Ger) and Critical

Commentary (Eng)

• Score and parts in an

elegant layout


STRINGS – VIOLONCELLO

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix

(1809–1847)

Complete Works

for Violoncello and Piano

Urtext / Ed. R. L. Todd

☞ BA 9096 Vol. 1 Score with part

☞ BA 9097 Vol. 2 Score with part

S P E C I A L S E T P R I C E

BA 9098 · Set of 2 volumes

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy’s

works for violoncello and piano

occupy a special place within

the repertoire of cellists and

chamber musicians.

The lyrical “Song without Words”

(“Romance sans paroles”) is

among the most popular of all

teaching pieces.

Mendelssohn was inspired by his

contacts with the leading cellists

of his day to write for this

instrument. This unique

Urtext edition contains all of

Mendelssohn’s finished works

for violoncello and piano as well

as reconstructions and

completions of his unfinished

works for the same scoring.

The editor R. Larry Todd has

composed the cello part for the

variations and has completed

the graceful “Assai tranquillo”.

• Also includes reconstructions

or completions of

Mendelssohn’s unfinished

works for violoncello and

piano

• Informative Foreword (Eng/

Ger) and Critical Commentary

(Eng) with facsimile pages

“... a unique text that all

cellists will want to own.”

(Strings)

Popper, David

(1843–1913)

Im Walde / In the Forest

Suite for violoncello and piano

op. 50

Ed. M. Rummel

☞ BA 6996 Score with parts

Rieding, Oskar

(1840–1918)

Concerto in B min op. 35

Arranged for cello,

transposed to D min

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8984 page 48

Saint-Saëns, Camille

(1835–1921)

Mollenhauer, Edward

(1827–1914)

The Infant Paganini /

The Boy Paganini

arranged for cello and piano

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

BA 10691–BA 10692

page 48

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Sonata in B-flat maj

for violoncello (bassoon) and

piano according to K. 292 (196 c )

or for two bass instruments

(violoncellos, bassoons) K. 292

(196 c ). Arranged by M. Töpel

after the Urtext / Ed. D. Berke

☞ BA 6974

Score with set of parts

Offenbach, Jacques

(1819–1880)

Two Duets for two Violoncellos

op. 52/2, 3

Ed. K. Storck

☞ BA 6972

Performance score

Picinetti, Felice Maria

(circa 1700)

Sonata in C maj

for violoncello and bc

Ed. W. Upmeyer

☞ BA 6963 Score with part

Picinetti's cello sonata hints

at a lively temperament and a

solid training in the Baroque

sonata da chiesa style.

It affords cellists a welcome

opportunity of performing

Baroque music as a soloist

instead of as a continuo player.

Allegro Appassionato in B min

op. 43

for violoncello and piano

Urtext / Ed. C. Baur

☞ BA 9047 Score with part

This edition includes readings

from the version for orchestra

rendered as ossias and

contains an enlightening

Foreword (Eng/Ger/Fr). Two

solo parts are included: an

unmarked Urtext part and a

second part with fingering and

bowing by M. Edmondson.

The solo parts are generously

laid out with a fold-out page.

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STRINGS – VIOLONCELLO

1-2 Violoncellos and Keyboard

Instrument – Composers

Schumann, Robert

(1810–1856)

Fairy Tales op. 113

Transcription for violoncello

and piano by R. Hausmann

(1852–1909)

Ed. K. Storck

☞ HM 281 Score with part

Telemann, Georg Philipp

(1681–1767)

Sonata in D maj from

“Der getreue Musikmeister”

for violoncello and bc

Ed. J. D. Degen

☞ HM 13 Score with part

Torelli, Giuseppe

(1658–1709)

Sonata in G maj

for violoncello and bc

Ed. F. Giegling

☞ HM 69 Score with part

Saint-Saëns, Camille

(1835–1921)

Sonata Movement

for Violoncello and Piano

Urtext / Ed. D. Herlin

☞ BA 10910 Score and part

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.

Schubert, Franz

(1797–1828)

Sonata in A min “Arpeggione”

D 821. Arranged for violoncello

and piano. Based on the

Urtext / Ed. H. Wirth

☞ BA 5685 Score with part

Seitz, Friedrich

(1848–1918)

Student Concerto in D maj

op. 22

Arranged for cello,

transposed to G maj

Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces

☞ BA 8987 page 48

Stamitz, Carl

(1746–1801)

Concertos for Violoncello

and Orchestra

Ed. W. Upmeyer

Piano reductions

by H. Füssl

- Concerto No. 1 in G maj

☞ HM 104-90° Piano reduction

☞ HM 104 Score

- Concerto No. 2 in A maj

☞ BA 3711 Piano reduction

☞ BA 6091•

- Concerto No. 3 in C maj

☞ HM 105-90° Piano reduction

☞ HM 105 Score

Vivaldi, Antonio

(1678–1741)

Complete Sonatas

for Violoncello and

Basso continuo RV 39–47

Urtext / Ed. B. Hoffmann

Score with figured bass

realization, violoncello part

and figured continuo part

☞ BA 6995

Score with parts

° = Performance material

available on sale

• = Performance material

available on hire

76


DOUBLE BASS / HARP

Double Bass

Sassmannshaus, Holger

Close, J. Peter

The Sassmannshaus

Tradition

Early Start

on the Double Bass

Bass method for children

6 years and older

Double Bass Book 1

☞ BA 9661 English edition

☞ BA 9660 German edition

Double Bass Book 2

☞ BA 9662 English/German

edition

Double Bass Book 3

☞ BA 9663 English/German

edition

Includes many bass duets and

new original compositions

by B. Furtok; vol. 3 with a

16 page insert with piano

accompaniments

Bärenreiter’s Double Bass

Collection

Concert Pieces

for Double Bass and Piano

Ed. J. P. Close, H. Sassmannshaus

☞ BA 9696 Bass part and

enclosed piano

accompaniment

This collection is conceived

for young double bass players

who wish to start performing

in public. The edition contains

19 concert pieces which are

easy to rehearse yet sound

effective from the Baroque,

Classical and Romantic

periods. In addition there are

newly composed pieces by the

Polish bass player Boguslaw

Furtok (*1967).

• Concert pieces for double

bass and piano

accompaniment

• Easy to medium level of

difficulty

• Ideal continuation of the

string method “Early Start

on the Double Bass”

Hertl, František

(1906–1973)

Sonata for Double Bass and

Piano

Double bass part revised

by J. Hudec

☞ BA 11530 Score with part

The renowned Czech bass

player, composer and

conductor František Hertl

(1906–1973) led the double

bass section of the Czech

Philharmonic during the Václav

Talich era and later taught at

the Conservatory and the

Academy of Musical Arts in

Prague. An outstanding

virtuoso, he had a consummate

mastery of his instrument’s

expressive potential and sound

qualities. He also wrote

successful concert and teaching

pieces for his instrument.

Composed in 1946, Hertl’s only

Sonata for Double Bass and

Piano in three movements is a

work of artistic and technical

challenges that has maintained

its place in the double bass

repertoire to the present day.

• New edition of a major

repertoire piece for double

bass

• Foreword (Cz/Eng/Ger) by

Hertl’s last pupil, Jan Balcar

Harp – Composers

Krenek, Ernst

(1900–1991)

Sonata for harp op. 150 (1955)

☞ BA 3230

Score

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Concerto in C maj K. 299 (297 c )

☞ BA 4598-90 page 83

Rossini, Gioachino

(1792–1868)

Andantino and Allegro

brillante for Harp

Urtext / Ed. P. B. Brauner

☞ BA 10541

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RECORDER

Educational Music and

Collections for Recorder

Classic Hits

for two Treble Recorders

Arranged by E. Weinzierl /

E. Wächter

☞ BA 6417 Performance score

Telemann, Georg Philipp

(1681–1767)

Selected Minuets for Descant

Recorder and Bc TWV 34

Ed. W. Wöhl

☞ BA 977 Score with part

Treble Recorder Solo –

Composers

The English Dancing Master

for Recorder (Flute) and Piano

Arranged by N. Newerkla

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10609

Score with 2 parts

78

For descant and treble recorders

and piano (harpsichord);

includes many recorder duets

with piano whereby the second

recorder part is often optional

Flauto con spirito

Modern Grooves

for Recorder Quartet

Arrangements of pop songs

and original compositions

by M. Schönfelder

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10603

Performance score

NEW 2019

A Journey from the

Middle Ages to the Present Day

A Selection of Compositions

for Descant Recorder

Historical period compositions

as well as original

contemporary pieces

Ed. J. Kvapil

☞ BA 11544 in preparation

Italian Baroque Music for Recorder

Six Sonatas for Treble Recorder

(Flute, Oboe or Violin) and Bc

☞ HM 250 Score with part

The Music of an Irish Harper

for Recorder (Flute) and Piano

Arranged by N. Newerkla

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10608

Score with 2 parts

For descant and treble

recorders and piano

(harpsichord); includes many

recorder duets with piano

whereby the second recorder

part is often optional

Schabbes, Schabbes

Yiddisch Songs for two

Treble Recorders

Arranged by P. Goden

☞ BA 6415

Performance score

Descant Recorder and

Keyboard Instrument –

Composers

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Serenades K. 439b

(Viennese Sonatinas)

for Soprano/Treble Recorder/

other Melody Instrument and

Piano or for three Melody

Instruments

Eds. O. v. Irmer, K. Masguerre

Volume 1: Serenade No. 1

☞ BA 1437 Score with parts

Volume 3: Serenade No. 3

☞ BA 1439 Score with parts

Volume 4: Serenades Nos. 4

and 5

☞ BA 1440 Score with parts

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Partita in C min (originally

in A min) BWV 1013

for Treble Recorder

Based on the partita

for flauto traverso solo

Arranged by M. Harras

☞ BA 6432

Telemann, Georg Philipp

(1681–1767)

Twelve Fantasias according

to TWV 40:2-13

for Treble Recorder

Arranged by M. Harras

☞ BA 6440

2–3 Treble Recorders –

Composers

Boismortier, Joseph Bodin de

(1689–1755)

Six Little Suites for two Treble

Recorders (Flutes or Oboes)

from op. 27

Ed. E. Doflein

☞ HM 206 Performance score


RECORDER

Mattheson, Johann

(1681–1764)

Eight Sonatas for 3 Treble

Recorders (3 Flutes) op. 1/3-10

Ed. F. J. Giesbert

☞ BA 6406 Performance score

1–4 Treble Recorders

and Keyboard

Instrument – Composers

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Trio Sonata according to

BWV 1039 in B-flat maj for

two Treble Recorders and Bc

Ed. M. Harras

☞ BA 6433 Score with parts

Barsanti, Francesco

(1690–1770)

Sonata in C maj op. 1 no. 2 for

Treble Recorder (Flute) and Bc

Ed. H. Ruf

☞ HM 183 Score with parts

Boismortier, Joseph Bodin de

(1689–1755)

Sonata in G min op. 44/4

for Treble Recorder and Bc

Ed. H. Ruf

☞ BA 8086 Score and part

Chédeville, Nicolas

(1705–1782)

Il pastor fido

(attributed to Antonio Vivaldi)

Six Sonatas for Treble Recorder

(Flute, Oboe,Violin, Musette or

Hurdy Gurdy and Bc

Urtext/ Ed. F. M. Sardelli

☞ BA 8735 Score with parts

Handel, George Frideric

(1685–1759)

Complete Sonatas

for Treble Recorder and Bc

Urtext / Ed. T. Best

Sonatas in G min HWV 360,

in A min HWV 362, in C maj

HWV 365, in F maj HWV 369,

in E-flat maj HWV 377,

in D min HWV 367a

☞ BA 4259 Score with parts

Trio Sonata in F maj

for 2 Treble Recorders and Bc

Urtext / Ed. T. Best

☞ BA 4261 Score with parts

Hotteterre (le Romain), Jacques

(1674–1763)

Suite in E min

for Treble Recorder (Flute,

Oboe, Violin) and Bc

Ed. H. Ruf

☞ HM 198 Score with parts

Loeillet, Jean Baptiste (de Gant)

(1688–c. 1720)

Nine Sonatas

for Treble Recorder (Flute,

Violin, Oboe) and Bc

Ed. J. P. Hinnenthal

Volume 1: Sonatas op. 1 Nos. 1-3

☞ HM 43 Score with part

Trio Sonata

for Treble Recorder (Flute,

Oboe, Violin) and Bc in F maj

op. 2/2

Ed. H. Ruf

☞ HM 166 Score with parts

Marcello, Benedetto

(1686–1739)

Six Sonatas from op. 2

for Treble Recorder (Flute,

Violin) and Bc

Ed. J. Glode

Volume 1: Sonatas No. 1

in F maj and No. 2 in D min

☞ HM 151 Score with parts

Volume 2: Sonatas No. 3

in G min and No. 4 in E min

☞ HM 142 Score with parts

Volume 3: Sonatas No. 6

in C maj and No. 7 in B-flat maj

☞ HM 152 Score with parts

Schickhardt, Johann Christian

(1682–1762)

Six Concertos

for four Treble Recorders and

Bc in C maj, in D min, in G maj

Ed. R. V. Knab

☞ HM 81°

Telemann, Georg Philipp

(1681–1767)

Little Chamber Music

Six Partitas for Violin (Oboe,

Flute, Recorder) and Bc

Ed. H. Ruf

☞ HM 47 Score with part

79


RECORDER / FLUTE

1–4 Treble Recorders

and Keyboard Instrument –

Composers

Telemann, Georg Philipp

(1681–1767)

Four Sonatas for Treble

Recorder and Bc from

“Der getreue Musikmeister”

No. 1 in F maj TWV 41:F 2;

No. 2 in B-flat maj TWV 41:B 3;

No. 3 in F min TWV 41:f 1;

No. 4 in C maj TWV 41: c 2

Ed. J. D. Degen

☞ HM 6 Score with part

Selected Minuets for Treble

Recorder (Violin, Flute, Viola da

gamba) and Bc TWV 34

Ed. W. Woehl

☞ BA 978 Performance score

Sonata for Treble Recorder

and Bc in F maj TWV 41:F2

from "Der getreue

Musikmeister"

Ed. J. D. Degen

☞ HM 9 Score with part

Three Duets

for two Treble Recorders

(Violins or Flutes) in B-flat maj,

in D maj, in G maj from

"Der getreue Musikmeister"

Ed. J. D. Dietz

☞ HM 11 Performance score

Trio Sonata for 2 Treble

Recorders (Violins or Flutes)

and Bc from "Der getreue

Musikmeister"

Ed. J. D. Degen

☞ HM 10 Score with parts

Educational Music and

Collections for Flute

Levine, Carin /

Mitropoulos-Bott, Christina

The Techniques of Flute

Playing, Vols. I + II

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-1595-3

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-1788-9

à page 155

Flute Classics

for Flute and Guitar

Arranged by B. Kloss

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10610

2 Performance scores

The English Dancing Master

for Flute (Recorder) and Piano

Arranged by N. Newerkla

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10609

Score with 2 parts

Includes many duets whereby

the second flute part is often

optional

The Music of an Irish Harper

for Flute (Recorder) and Piano

Arranged by N. Newerkla

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10608

Score with 2 parts

Includes many duets whereby

the second flute part is often

optional

Classic Hits for 2 Flutes

Arranged by E. Weinzierl and

E. Wächter

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10613

2 Performance scores

Romantic Hits for 2 Flutes

Arranged by E. Wächter,

E. Weinzierl

Ready to play

☞ BA 10643

Performance score

Trio Sonata in B-flat maj

TWV 42:B4 for Treble Recorder

(Flute, Violin), Concertante

Harpsichord (Piano) and Bc

Ed. M. Ruëtz

☞ HM 36 Score with parts

19 th Century Italian Music

for Flute and Piano

Ed. A. Celeghin

☞ BA 8174 Score with part

80

Christmas Hits for 2 Flutes

Arranged by H. Pohl-Hesse

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10634

2 Performance scores

° = Performance material

available on sale


FLUTE

Flute Solo – Composers

Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel

(1714–1788)

Sonata in A min Wq 132

for Flute solo. Ed. M. Harras

☞ BA 6820

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Partita in A min

BWV 1013 for Flute solo

Urtext / Eds. H. P. Schmitz /

U. Leisinger

☞ BA 5187

Two Suites for Flute

after the Suites for Violoncello

solo BWV 1007, 1009

Arranged by J. Linckelmann

☞ BA 6886

Debussy, Claude

(1862–1918)

Syrinx for flute solo

Urtext / Ed. D. Woodfull-Harris

☞ BA 8733

This work for solo flute comes

down to us in the first edition

publication and a nonautograph

manuscript copy

formerly used by Louis Fleury,

the performer at the premiere

in 1913. Unfortunately the

manuscript used to engrave

the first edition no longer

exists and so we are left with

two sources which differ in

many details.

Bärenreiter’s critical edition

of “Syrinx” relies primarily on

the first edition score adding

readings from the nonautograph

source where they

are musically justified.

Kuhlau, Friedrich

(1786–1832)

Fantasia in D maj

for Flute solo

Ed. M. Gümbel

☞ BA 3323

Marais, Marin

(1656–1728)

Les Folies d'Espagne

for flute solo

Ed. H. P. Schmitz

☞ BA 3311

Telemann, Georg Philipp

(1681–1767)

Twelve Fantasias TWV 40: 2-13

for flute without bass

Urtext / Ed. G. Haußwald

☞ BA 2971

2–4 Flutes – Composers

Debussy, Claude

(1862–1918)

Deux Arabesques

Arranged for four Flutes

by H. A. Cohen

☞ BA 6896 Score with parts

Devienne, François

(1759–1803)

Six Duets op. 75/2

for two Flutes

Ed. R. Baum

☞ BA 6807

Fauré, Gabriel

(1845–1924)

Pavane for three Flutes

Arranged by D. Woodfull-Harris

☞ BA 7405

Performance score

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix

(1809–1847)

Scherzo from “A Midsummer

Night’s Dream”

Arranged for four Flutes

by H. A. Cohen

☞ BA 6882 Score with parts

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Overture to

“The Marriage of Figaro”

Arranged for four Flutes

by H. A. Cohen

☞ BA 6898 Score with parts

Quantz, Johann Joachim

(1697–1773)

Sonata for three Flutes

Arranged by G. Engel, E. Doflein

☞ BA 6871

Performance score

81


FLUTE

82

2–4 Flutes – Composers

Saint-Saëns, Camille

(1835–1921)

The Carnival of the Animals

for two Flutes

Arranged by J. Seubel, S. Beck

☞ BA 10926

Performance score

• 14 challenging and

effective pieces

Schubert, Franz

(1797–1828)

Dances for three Flutes

18 arrangements of piano

dance movements

Arranged by E. Pfündl-Frittrang

☞ BA 7406

Performance score

Smetana, Bedřich

(1824–1884)

Moldau for two Flutes

Arranged by J. Seubel

☞ BA 10929

Performance score

NEW 2018

NEW 2018

• Challenging arrangement

where two flutes replace

the full orchestra

° = Performance material

available on sale

Stamitz, Carl

(1745–1801)

Six Duets for two Flutes or Violins

Ed. M. Glöder

☞ HM 259

Performance score

Telemann, Georg Philipp

(1681–1767)

Nine Sonatas TWV 40:141-149

for two Flutes without bass

Urtext / Ed. R. J. Reipsch

in collaboration with the

Sing-Akademie Berlin

☞ BA 5888

Performance score

Six Sonatas op. 2 TWV 40:

101-106 for two Flutes (Violins)

Urtext / Ed. G. Haußwald

Performance scores

- Volume 1: Sonatas No. 1

in G maj, No. 2 in E min,

No. 3 in D maj

☞ BA 2979

- Volume 2: Sonatas No. 4

in B min, No. 5 in A maj,

No. 6 E maj

☞ BA 2980

Six Canonic Sonatas op. 5

TWV 40: 118-123 for two Flutes

(Violins)

Urtext / Ed. G. Haußwald

Performance scores

- Volume 1: Sonatas No. 1

in G maj, No. 2 in G min,

No. 3 in D maj

☞ BA 2981

- Volume 2: Sonatas No. 4

in D min, No. 5 in A maj, No. 6

in A min, Appendix: A round

in E min TWV Anh. 40:103

☞ BA 2982

Flute(s) and Keyboard

Instrument – Composers

Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel

(1714–1788)

Sonatas in G maj Wq 123 and in

E min Wq 124 for Flute and Bc

Urtext / Ed. K. Walther

☞ HM 71 Score with part

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Overture (Orchestral Suite)

in B min BWV 1067

for Transverse Flute and

Obbligato Harpsichord (Piano)

Ed. G. Kirchner

☞ BA 6812 Score with part

Six Sonatas after BWV 525-530

for Flute and Obbligato

harpsichord

Eds. W. and G. Kirchner

Each edition: score with part

☞ BA 6801 Volume 1

☞ BA 6802 Volume 2

☞ BA 6803 Volume 3

Sonata for Flute and Obbligato

Harpsichord in G min

BWV 1020

Ed. A. Dürr

☞ BA 8170 Score and 2 parts

Sonata in C maj

BWV 1033 for Flute and Bc /

Sonatas in E-flat maj

BWV 1031 and in G min

BWV 1020 for Flute and

Obbligato Harpsichord handed

down as works by J. S. Bach

Ed. A. Dürr

☞ BA 5220 Score with part

Four Sonatas

Two Sonatas for Flute and Bc

BWV 1034-1035 / Two Sonatas

for Flute and Obbligato

Harpsichord BWV 1030, 1032

Urtext / Ed. H. P. Schmitz

Revised by U. Leisinger

☞ BA 5198 Score with parts

Trio Sonata in G maj BWV 1039

for two flutes and bc

Urtext / Ed. H. P. Schmitz

☞ BA 5199 Score with parts


FLUTE

Blavet, Michel

(1700–1767)

Six Sonatas op. 2/1-3

for Flute and Bc

Volume 1

Ed. W. Kolneder

☞ BA 6891 Score with part

Boccherini, Luigi

(1743–1805)

Concerto in D maj op. 27

for Flute and Strings

Ed. W. Upmeyer

☞ BA 6883° Piano reduction

Böhm, Theobald

(1794–1881)

Trois Duos de Mendelssohn

et Lachner

based on song arrangements

for 2 flutes and piano

Ed. A. Celeghin

☞ BA 6895 Score with parts

Boismortier, Joseph Bodin de

(1689–1755)

Six Concertos for five Flutes

op. 15

Volume II

Ed. M. Harras

☞ BA 6885 Score with parts

Sonata in E min op. XXXVVII/2

for Flute (Oboe, Violin) and

Viola da gamba (Bassoon,

Violoncello) and Bc

Ed. H. Ruf

☞ HM 160 Score with parts

Chédeville, Nicolas

(1705–1782)

Il pastor fido (attributed to

Antonio Vivaldi)

Six Sonatas for Flute (Treble

recorder, Oboe, Violin, Musette

or Hurdy Gurdy and Bc

Urtext / Ed. F. M. Sardelli

☞ BA 8735 Score with parts

Handel, George Frideric

(1685–1759)

Eleven Sonatas for Flute and Bc

Score (with fully realised bc)

and parts (flute, figured bc)

in a slipcover

Urtext / Ed. H. P. Schmitz

Revised edition

☞ BA 4225 Score with parts

Winner of the National Flute Association’s

“Newly Published Music Competition” 2016

Franck, César

(1822–1890)

Sonata in A maj

Arrangement for Piano and Flute

Ed. D. Woodfull-Harris

With an Introduction

by Gudula Schütz

☞ BA 8734 Score with part

César Franck’s Sonata for Piano

and Violin is one of the most

treasured works in the violin

repertoire.

Handel, George Frideric

(1685–1759)

Three Trio Sonatas from op. 5

No. 6 in F maj HWV 401,

No. 3 in E min HWV 398,

No. 2 in D maj HWV 397

for two Flutes (Violins) or other

Melody Instruments and Bc

Urtext / Ed. S. Flesch

☞ BA 4228 Score with parts

Kuhlau, Friedrich

(1786–1832)

Introduction and Variations

on a Theme from Carl Maria

von Weber’s “Euryanthe”

op. 63 for Flute and Piano

Ed. H. P. Schmitz

☞ BA 6887 Score with part

After Franck’s death in 1890

the original publisher of the

Sonata, the Parisian house

Julien Hamelle, announced an

arrangement of the work for

flute in 1910. However it has

not been possible to locate

any copy of this publication.

That the flute version of

Franck’s Sonata has found

a permanent place in the

chamber music repertoire is

primarily the achievement

of Jean-Pierre Rampal who

frequently performed his own

arrangement of the work.

The present flute arrangement

largely adopts the original

violin part unchanged, merely

transposing those passages

that go beneath the flute’s

range. In such cases the

change of register begins early

enough to avoid disruptions

to the melodic line and the

musical context. The balance

between the solo instrument

and the (unaltered) piano

accompaniment remains

intact.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Concerto in C maj K. 299 (297 c )

for Flute, Harp and Orchestra

Urtext / Ed. F. Giegling

☞ BA 4598-90°

Piano reduction

Concerto in C maj for Flute and

Piano (Harpsichord) based on

the Concerto for Flute, Harp

and Orchestra K. 299 (297 c )

Arranged by G. Kirchner

☞ BA 6889

Performance score

° = Performance material

available on sale

83


FLUTE

Flute(s) and Keyboard

Instrument – Composers

84

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Concerto in G maj K. 313

for Flute and Orchestra

Edition with cadenzas and

lead-ins by R. Brown,

K. Hünteler and K. Engel

Urtext / Ed. F. Giegling

☞ BA 4854-90°

Piano reduction

Andante in C maj K. 315

for Flute and Orchestra

With cadenzas by R. Brown,

and K. Engel

Urtext / Ed. F. Giegling

☞ BA 5748-90°

Piano reduction

“The scholary and

illuminating introduction to

the cadenza, by Rachel Brown,

is as clear and helpful a guide

to the authentic improvisation

of 18th-century cadenzas for

woodwind instruments as

I have ever seen. This alone

is worth a fiver of anyone’s

money. This edition is of

the highest quality, and I

would have no hesitation in

recommending it to anyone,

no matter how many they

already have.” (PAN Magazine)

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Concerto in D maj K. 314

for Flute and Orchestra

Urtext / Ed. H. Moehn

☞ BA 4855-90°

Piano reduction

Concerto for Flute and

Orchestra in G maj K. 622

In an arrangement by A. E.

Müller after the Clarinet

Concerto K. 622

Urtext / Arranged by

C. Hogwood

☞ BA 5335-90•

Piano reduction

Twelve Variations on the

French Song “Ah, vous

dirai-je Maman” based on

K. 265 (300 e ) for Flute and

Piano (Harpsichord)

Arranged by W. Kirchner,

G. Kirchner

☞ BA 6805 Score and part

Schubert, Franz

(1797–1828)

Sonata in A min “Arpeggione”

D 821

Arranged for Flute and Piano

Based on the Urtext /

Ed. K. Hünteler

☞ BA 5681 Score with part

Variations on “Trockne

Blumen” from “Die schöne

Müllerin” op. post. 160 D 802

for Flute and Piano

Urtext / Ed. H. Wirth

☞ BA 5641 Score with part

Silcher, Friedrich

(1789–1860)

Variations on “Nel cor più non

mi sento” for Flute and Piano

Ed. H. J. Dahmen

☞ BA 8173 Score with part

Telemann, Georg Philipp

(1681–1767)

Little Chamber Music

Six Partitas for Flute (Oboe,

Violin, Recorder) and Bc

Ed. H. Ruf

☞ HM 47 Score with part

Sonate No. 1 in B min

TWV 41:h4 for Flute and Bc

from "Tafelmusik I"

☞ BA 3537 Score with part

Two Sonatas

for Flute and Bc

TWV 41:D9, TWV 41: G9

Urtext / Ed. K. Hofman

☞ BA 5890 Score with part

Twelve Methodical Sonatas

TWV 4: 41 for Violin (Flute)

and Bc

Urtext / Ed. M. Seiffert

Volume 1: Sonatas in G min

and A maj

☞ BA 2241 Score with parts

Volume 2: Sonatas in E min

and D maj

☞ BA 2242 Score with parts

Volume 3: Sonatas in A min

and G maj

☞ BA 2243 Score with parts

Volume 4: Sonatas in B min

and C min

☞ BA 2244 Score with parts

Volume 5: Sonatas in E maj

and B-flat maj

☞ BA 2245 Score with parts

Volume 6: Sonatas in D min

and C maj

☞ BA 2246 Score with parts

Sonatas and Spielstücke

from “Der getreue

Musikmeister”

for Flute (Oboe, Violin) and Bc

Ed. J. D. Degen

☞ HM 7 Score with part

Vivaldi, Antonio

(1678–1741)

Concerto in D maj RV 783

for Flute, Strings and Bc

Ed. M. Töpel

☞ BA 6892

Performance score


OBOE / CLARINET

Oboe – Composers

Veale, Peter /

Mahnkopf, Claus-Steffen

The Techniques of Oboe

Playing

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-1210-5

page 155

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Concerto in A maj for Oboe

d'amore (oboe), Strings and Bc

Reconstructed from the

Concerto for Harpsichord

BWV 1055 by W. Fischer.

Urtext / Ed. M. Biggam

Piano reduction with parts for

oboe d'amore and for oboe

☞ BA 5145-90°

Piano reduction

Concerto in C min for Oboe,

Violin, Strings and Bc

Reconstructed from the

Concerto for two Harpsichords

BWV 1060 by W. Fischer

Urtext / Ed. J. Sommer

☞ BA 5147-90°

Piano reduction

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

The most beautiful Oboe Solos

from the Church Cantatas

arranged for oboe (oboe

d’amore) and organ or

harpsichord (piano).

5 symphonies with obbligato

oboe (oboe d’amore) from

BWV 12, 21, 76, 156 and 149

Arranged by M. Biggam

☞ BA 8153 Score with part

Chédeville, Nicolas

(1705–1782)

Il pastor fido

(attributed to Antonio Vivaldi)

Six Sonatas for Oboe (Flute,

Treble recorder, Violin,

Musette or Hurdy Gurdy and Bc

Urtext / Ed. F. M. Sardelli

☞ BA 8735 Score with parts

Geminiani, Francesco

(c. 1687–1762)

Sonata in E min

for Oboe (Flute, Violin) and Bc

Ed. H. Ruf

☞ HM 178 Score with part

Handel, George Frideric

(1685–1759)

Complete Sonatas

for Oboe and Bc

Sonata in B-flat maj HWV 357

Sonata in C min HWV 366

Sonata in F maj HWV 363a

Urtext / Ed. T. Best

☞ BA 4260 Score with part

Six Sonatas HWV 380-385

for oboe, violin (oboe) and Bc

Urtext / Ed. S. Flesch

Volume 1: Sonatas in B-flat maj

and D min

☞ BA 4251 Score with parts

Volume 2: Sonatas in E-flat maj

and F maj

☞ BA 4252 Score with parts

Volume 3: Sonatas in G maj

and D maj

☞ BA 4253 Score with parts

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Concerto in C maj K. 314 (285 d )

for Oboe and Orchestra

Urtext / Ed. F. Giegling

☞ BA 4856-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 252 Study score

• Urtext oboe solo part

• Reference score with

Urtext oboe part set above

Urtext flute part

transposed to C major

• Cadenza and lead-in

brochure

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Quartet in F maj K. 370 (368 b )

for oboe, violin, viola and

violoncello

Urtext / Ed. J. Pohanka

☞ BA 4867

Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 151 Study score

Telemann, Georg Philipp

(1681–1767)

Two Sonatas for Oboe and

Basso Continuo TWV 41:B6,

TWV 41: e6

Urtext / Ed. K. Hofmann

☞ BA 5889

Educational Music and

Collections for Clarinet

Classic Hits for two Clarinets

Arranged by D. Woodfull-Harris

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10636

Performance score

Klezmer

for Clarinet and Piano

Arranged by B. Ostermeier,

G. Voit

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10616

Performance score

Schabbes, Schabbes

Klezmer for three Clarinets

Arranged by P. Goden

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10635

Performance score

85


CLARINET

86

Clarinet – Composers

Pioneering

editions

Brahms, Johannes

(1833–1897)

Sonatas for Clarinet and

Piano op. 120

Sonata in F min, Sonata

in E-flat maj

Urtext / Eds. C. Brown,

N. P. Da Costa

☞ BA 10906

• A pioneering Urtext edition

• With an extensive

performance practice

Commentary

Trio for Clarinet

(Viola), Violoncello and Piano

op. 114

Urtext / Ed. C. Hogwood

☞ BA 9438 Score with parts

Bärenreiter’s scholarlycritical

edition, prepared

by Christopher Hogwood,

offers a foreword on

the trio’s compositional

process with comments on

performance practice, as well

as a comprehensive Critical

Commentary and facsimile

excerpts of the manuscript.

• Viola part included as

alternative to clarinet part.

Debussy, Claude

(1862–1918)

Première Rhapsodie

for Orchestra

with Solo Clarinet in B-flat

Urtext / Ed. D. Woodfull-Harris

☞ BA 7897-90°

Version for clarinet and piano;

also can serve as a piano

reduction to the orchestral

version

Debussy’s “Première Rhapsodie”

is one of only 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.

Fauré, Gabriel

(1845–1924)

Pavane for three clarinets

Arranged by D. Woodfull-Harris

☞ BA 8155

Performance score

Husa, Karel

(1921–2016)

Three Studies for Solo Clarinet

☞ H 7992

Janáček, Leoš

(1854–1928)

Sonata for Clarinet and Piano

(after the Sonata for Violin

and Piano)

Arranged by S. Brill

☞ BA 9581 Score with part

Kramář-Krommer,

František Vincenc

(1759–1831)

Concerto in E-flat maj

for Clarinet and Orchestra

op. 36 MAB I/13

☞ H 888 Piano reduction

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix

(1809–1847)

Sonata in E-flat maj

for Clarinet and Piano

Urtext / Ed. G. Allroggen

☞ BA 8151 Score with part

Meyerbeer, Giacomo

(1791–1864)

Quintet in E-flat maj

for Clarinet, 2 Violins, Viola

and Violoncello

Urtext / Ed. D. Klöcker

☞ BA 8731

Score with set of parts

° = Performance material

available on sale


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I S W O R T H I T

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of the autograph?

As a musician you certainly can appreciate

how difficult it can be to grasp what the

composer actually intended, especially when

we have no recordings of their performances.

Simply looking at the autograph – assuming

it exists – is not enough. What if the

composer made corrections in the first

printed edition? Obviously in this case the

autograph only provides part of the story of

a composition. As many sources as possible

need to be assessed in order to compile a

Bärenreiter Urtext edition including

sketches, letters, autographs, manuscript

copies, proofs, first editions, first editions

with autograph corrections, contemporary

reviews and comments by contemporaries.

No cost or effort is spared by Bärenreiter

when it comes to amassing and piecing

together all the available information.

An indispensable part of every urtext

edition is the Critical Commentary where all

editorial decisions and discrepancies between

the sources are meticulously recorded.

Only in this way can we get close to the

composer's intentions.

87


CLARINET / SAXOPHONE / BASSOON

88

Clarinet – Composers

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Clarinet Concerto in A maj

K. 622 for Clarinet and

Orchestra

Urtext / Ed. F. Giegling

☞ BA 4773-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 254 Study score

- Transposed to B-flat maj

for Clarinet in B-flat

☞ BA 4773-38

Piano reduction

“Despite many different

publications of this much

loved concerto the one

presented here is of the

highest quality and very user

friendly!”

(Clarinet & Saxophone)

Grande Sonate

for Clarinet (or Violin) and

Piano, anonymous arrangement

(1809) after the Clarinet

Quintet K. 581. Ed. C. Hogwood

- Edition for Clarinet in A

(or violin) and piano

☞ BA 9162 Score with parts

- Edition for Clarinet in B-flat

and piano

☞ BA 9163 Score with parts

Quintet in A maj K. 581

for Clarinet, two Violins,

Viola and Violoncello

Urtext / Ed. E. F. Schmid

☞ BA 4711 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 14 Study score

Trio in E-flat maj K. 498

“Kegelstatt-Trio” for Piano,

Clarinet (Violin) and Viola

Urtext / Ed. W. Plath, W. Rehm

☞ BA 5325 Score with parts

Schubert, Franz

(1797–1828)

Der Hirt auf dem Felsen /

The Shepherd on the Rock

D 965 op. post. 129 for Voice,

Clarinet and Piano

Urtext / Ed. W. Dürr

☞ BA 5619 Score with part

Sonata in A min “Arpeggione”

D 821. Arranged for clarinet and

piano after the Urtext by

D. Woodfull-Harris

☞ BA 5682 Score with part

Tchaikovsky, Peter

(1840–1893)

Nutcracker Suite for three

Clarinets. Arranged by M. Töpel

☞ BA 8158 Performance score

Saxophone

Weiss, Marcus / Netti, Giorgio

The Techniques

of Saxophone Playing

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-2114-5

page 155

Glazunov, Alexander

(1865–1936)

Concerto in E-flat maj

for Alto Saxophone and

String Orchestra op. 109

Urtext / Eds. R. Back,

D. Woodfull-Harris

☞ BA 8732-90°

Piano reduction

• First scholarly-critical

edition of the work

• With helpful performance

tips by Carina Raschèr, the

daughter of Sigurd Raschèr

• With an Urtext solo

saxophone part and a

second part prepared by

Carina Raschèr

Bassoon

Gallois, Pascal

The Techniques

of Bassoon Playing

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-1860-2

pages 154–155

Berwald, Franz

(1796–1868)

Concert Piece op. 2 (1827)

for Bassoon and Orchestra

Urtext / Ed. N. Castegren,

F. Schnapp

☞ BA 8512-90

Piano reduction

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Concerto in B-flat maj K. 191

(186 e ) for Bassoon and Orchestra

Urtext / Ed. W. Giegling

☞ BA 4868-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 253 Study score

Includes an extra cadenza and

lead-in brochure by Jane

Gower. The Foreword (Ger/

Eng) by F. Giegling includes

performance practice

comments by Jane Gower.

Sonata in B-flat maj

for Violoncello (Bassoon) and

Piano according to K. 292 (196 c )

or for two Bass Instruments

(Violoncellos, Bassoons) K. 292

(196 c ). Arranged by M. Töpel

after the Urtext / Ed. D. Berke

☞ BA 6974

Score with set of parts

Pivoňka, Karel

(1907–1986)

Rhythmical Studies

for Bassoon solo

☞ H 3291


HORN

Horn

Brahms, Johannes

(1833–1897)

Trio for Violin, Horn (Viola or

Violoncello) and Piano op. 40

Urtext / Ed. C. Hogwood

☞ BA 9435 Score with parts

Christopher Hogwood

draws on a newly discovered

source for this Bärenreiter

publication, a source that has

not been available for any

previous edition. We now

learn that Brahms wrote at

least the trio movement some

twelve years earlier – in 1853

– and that it was originally

intended for solo piano. This

piano movement is printed in

the appendix.

This Urtext edition offers

not only the standard

instrumentation of violin,

horn and piano but also

the alternative scoring for

violoncello or viola instead of

horn. The variants found in the

violoncello and viola parts are

shown as ossias in the score.

• Appendix with the 1853

piano version of the trio

movement

• Includes alternative parts

for violoncello and viola

From: Brahms, Trio op. 40 · BA 9435

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Complete Concertos

for Horn and Orchestra

Urtext / Ed. F. Giegling

- No. 1 in D maj K. 412 + 514

☞ BA 5314-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 324 Study score

- No. 2 in E-flat maj K. 417

With lead-ins by T. Brown and

D. Nunns

☞ BA 5311-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 324 Study score

- No. 3 in E-flat maj K. 447

With cadenzas and lead-ins

by D. Brain and T. Brown

☞ BA 5312-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 324 Study score

- No. 4 in E-flat maj K. 495

With cadenzas and lead-ins by

D. Brain, T. Brown and D. Nunns

☞ BA 5313-90°

Piano reduction

☞ TP 324 Study score

Concerto Movement in E maj

K. 494 a for Horn and Orchestra

Ed. D. Nunns

☞ BA 5349-90•

Piano reduction

Rondo in E-flat maj K. 371

for Horn and Orchestra

First edition

Urtext / Ed. F. Giegling

☞ BA 5329-90

Piano reduction

Quintet in E-flat maj K. 407

(386 c ) for Horn, Violin, two

Violas and Bass (Violoncello)

Urtext / Ed. E. F. Schmid

☞ BA 4708 Parts in slipcover

89


CHAMBER MUSIC

Piano Trio – Piano,

Violin, Violoncello

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

Dumky op. 90

for Piano, Violin, Violoncello

Urtext / Ed. C. Flamm

☞ BA 9567 Score with parts

Dvořák’s “Dumky” constitute a

new type of composition: Even

though the instrumentation

corresponded to the piano trio

genre, the work’s series of six

pieces without a recognizable

sonata-form pattern did

not. Dvořák explicitly struck

a new path here turning to

Slavic culture. With its many

passages of quasi-recitative,

dialogues, interrogatory

gestures, and sighs, the

narrative air of the work is

obvious. “Dumka“ generally

refers to a Slavic song of

sentimental and elegiac

character with pronounced

folk traits.

Music for Strings

2018/2019

☞ SPA 234 page 44

NEW 2018

Brahms, Johannes

(1833–1897)

Trio op. 87

Urtext / Ed. C. Hogwood

☞ BA 9436 Score with parts

Trio op. 101

Urtext / Ed. C. Hogwood

☞ BA 9437 Score with parts

Piano Trio after the Sextet

in B-flat maj op. 18

arranged by Theodor Kirchner

(1823–1903)

Urtext / Ed. C. Hogwood

☞ BA 9441 Score with parts

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

Piano Trio in B-flat maj op. 21

Ed. A. Čubr

☞ BA 9578 Score with parts

Piano Trio in G min op. 26

Eds. A. Pokorný, K. Šolc

(Cz/Eng/Ger)

☞ BA 9538 Score with parts

Piano Trio in F min op. 65

Ed. F. Bartoš

☞ BA 9564 Score with parts

90


CHAMBER MUSIC

Fauré, Gabriel

(1845–1924)

Trio for Piano, Violin and

Violoncello op. 120

Urtext / Ed. J. W. Sobaskie

☞ BA 7902 Score with parts

• First scholarly critical

edition of this work

No distribution rights

for the USA.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Complete Piano Trios

Urtext / Eds. W. Plath, W. Rehm

☞ BA 4787 Score with parts

Six Sonatas K. 10-15

Early Sonatas II for keyboard

(harpsichord), violin (or flute)

and violoncello

Urtext / Eds. W. Plath, W. Rehm

☞ BA 4756 Score with parts

Schubert, Franz

(1797–1828)

Complete Piano Trios

Urtext / Ed. A. Feil

Trios in B-flat maj D 28 and

E-flat maj D 897 op. post. 148

☞ BA 5626 Score with parts

Trio in B-flat maj D 898 op. 99

☞ BA 5607 Score with parts

Trio in E-flat maj D 929 op. 100

☞ BA 5610 Score with parts

Piano Quartet – Piano,

Violin, Viola, Violoncello

Beethoven, Ludwig van

(1770–1827)

Piano Quartets for

Piano, Violin, Viola

and Violoncello

WoO 36,

No. 1 in C maj,

No. 2 in D maj, No. 3 in E maj

Urtext / Ed. L. Miucci

☞ BA 9037

in preparation

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

NEW 2019

Piano Quartet in D maj op. 23

Eds. A. Pokorný, K. Šolc

☞ BA 9574 Score with parts

Piano Quartet in E-flat maj

op. 87

Eds. A. Pokorný, K. Šolc

☞ BA 9537 Score with parts

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Piano Quartet in G min K. 478

Urtext / Ed. H. Federhofer

☞ BA 4728 Score with parts

Piano Quartet in E-flat maj

K. 493

Urtext / Ed. H. Federhofer

☞ BA 4729 Score with parts

Suk, Josef

(1874–1935)

Piano Quartet in A min op. 1

Urtext / Ed. Z. Nouza

☞ BA 9546 Score with parts

Fauré, Gabriel

(1845–1924)

Piano Quartet op. 15

Urtext / Ed. D. Herlin

☞ BA 7903 Score with parts

Piano Quartet op. 45

Urtext / Ed. D. Herlin

☞ BA 7904 Score with parts

• First critical editions of

these important chamber

music standards

• Must have editions

Smetana, Bedřich

(1824–1884)

Trio in G min

Urtext / Eds. F. Bartoš,

J. Plavec, K. Šolc

☞ BA 9518 Score with parts

Excerpt from: Fauré, Piano Quartet op. 15 · BA 7903

91


CHAMBER MUSIC

Piano Quintet /

Quintet for Piano

and Strings

92

Brahms, Johannes

(1833–1897)

NEW 2018

Piano Quintet in F min op. 34

Urtext / Ed. D. Boomhower

☞ BA 10915 Score with parts

This edition presents a solid

and well-researched musical

text based on Brahms’

autograph as well as the

first edition, and draws on

the autograph of the twopiano

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.

Please see

Bärenreiter’s website

www.baerenreiter.com

for more information on

the individual editions,

such as complete

bibliographical data,

cover illustrations, sample

pages, complete contents,

and descriptive texts.

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

Piano Quintet in A maj op. 5

Eds. J. Burghauser, K. Šolc

With a new Foreword by

D. R. Beveridge (Eng/Cz/Ger)

☞ BA 11539 Score with parts

Piano Quintet in A maj op. 81

Ed. A. Čubr

With a new Foreword by

D. R. Beveridge (Eng/Cz/Ger)

☞ BA 9573 Score with parts

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Chamber Music Editions

of the Piano Concertos

Piano reductions with string

parts

Urtext / Ed. C. Wolff

- Concerto in F maj K.413

(No. 11)

☞ BA 4875 Score with parts

- Concerto in A maj K. 414

(No. 12)

☞ BA 4877 Score with parts

- Concerto in C maj K. 415

(No. 13)

☞ BA 4879 Score with parts

- Concerto in E-flat maj K. 449

(No. 14)

☞ BA 4871 Score with parts

Schubert, Franz

(1797–1828)

Quintet in A maj “Trout

Quintet” D 667 op. post. 114

Urtext / Ed. A. Feil

☞ BA 5608 Score with parts

Piano Sextet

Beethoven, Ludwig van

(1770–1827)

Concerto for Pianoforte and

Orchestra no. 4 op. 58

arranged for Pianoforte and

String Quintet

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9034

Score and six parts

• First ever publication of this

arrangement

• Includes a separate solo

part as was customary in

Beethoven’s day

• Provides new possibilities

for soloists to perform this

work


CHAMBER MUSIC

Educational Music

and Collections

for String Duo

Violin and Viola

Classic Hits

for Violin and Viola

Arranged by V. Bodunov

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10626

2 Performance scores

Violin and Violoncello

The Roots of Jazz

for Violin and Violoncello

Composed and arranged by

G. A. Speckert

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10606

2 Performance scores

String Duo – Composers

Violin and Viola

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Duos for Violin and Viola

K. 423, 424

Urtext / Ed. D. Berke

☞ BA 4772 Score with parts

Twelve Duets K. 487

for two horns.

Arranged for violin and viola

by W. Müller-Crailsheim

☞ HM 115

Performance score

Violin and Violoncello

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Two Duos for Violin and

Violoncello after K. 423, 424

Anonymous arrangement

(1805) / Ed. D. Berke

☞ BA 9164 Score with parts

Ravel, Maurice

(1875–1937)

Sonata for Violin and

Violoncello

Urtext / Ed. D. Woodfull-Harris

With an Introduction

by J. Appold

☞ BA 9417

2 Performance scores

Bärenreiter’s scholarly-critical

edition, the first ever of this

masterpiece, contains an

Introduction on the history

of the work reflecting Ravel’s

work and rehearsals with

violinist Hélène Jourdan-

Morhange and cellist

Maurice Maréchal.

Included in the appendix are

the original fingerings by the

performers.

No distribution rights

for France.

Two Violoncellos

Pauer, Jiří

Twelve Duets for two

Violoncellos

Ed. H. Velická

☞ BA 11561

Performance score

These moderately difficult

pieces are ideal for recitals

and playing techniques on the

violoncello.

Violoncello and

Double Bass

Rossini, Gioachino

(1792–1868)

NEW 2019

Duet for Violoncello

and Double Bass

Urtext / Ed. P. Gossett

☞ BA 10544 Score with parts

Bärenreiter’s critical edition

is the only currently available

publication which is based on

Rossini’s autograph and not on

the first edition.

Educational Music

and Collections

for String Trio

Speckert, George A.

(*1951)

NEW 2018

27 Miniatures for String Trio

(two Violins and Cello

or Violin, Viola, Cello)

Ready to Play

☞ BA 10647

Score with 4 parts

Original compositions

Early String

Ensemble Playing

(for Violin, Viola and Cello

or two Violins and Cello)

Eds. E. Sassmannshaus,

K. Sassmannshaus

☞ BA 10688

Performance score

NEW 2018

The Sassmannshaus “Early

Start” string methods cultivate

playing together as early as

possible, initially in duets.

However playing in larger mixed

ensembles is also encouraged

and this tried-and-trusted

edition for strings provides the

perfect start for this. The first

songs can all be performed in

canon; each piece is notated in

violin, viola and bass clef so that

all three string instruments can

play together in any number

and combination. The collection

then continues with throughcomposed

pieces by such

composers as J. V. Rathgeber and

J. J. Fuchs. Here the middle part

may optionally be performed by

a viola or second violin.

93


CHAMBER MUSIC

String Trio –

Composers

Educational Music

and Collections for

String Quartet /

Ensemble

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

Terzetto in C maj op. 74

for two violins and viola

Ed. J. Burghauser

☞ BA 9543

Parts in slipcover

In 1887 Antonín Dvořák

composed the terzetto for two

violins and viola as occasional

composition for amateurs.

This is repertoire of medium

difficulty.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Divertimento in E-flat maj

K. 563

for violin, viola and violoncello

Urtext / Ed. D. Berke

☞ BA 4844 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 319 Study score

Schubert, Franz

(1797–1828)

Complete String Trios

for violin, viola and violoncello.

With all drafts and versions

Urtext / Ed. W. Aderhold

☞ BA 5609 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 306 Study score

• This edition includes both

versions of Schubert’s string

trio D 581 as well as all

his drafts for string trio.

NEW 2018

Christmas for

Beginner String Ensembles

(Pieces mostly for String

Quartet/Ensemble)

Eds. E. Sassmannshaus,

K. Sassmannshaus

☞ BA 10689

Performance score

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.

Speckert, George A.

(*1951)

NEW 2018

Don’t Feed the Animals

12 Pieces for String Ensemble

(two violins, viola and cello or

three violins and cello)

☞ BA 10648

Performance score

Easy Arrangements

for String Ensemble

by George Speckert

Each edition includes

a score and 5 parts.

The viola can be replaced

by a third violin. Five parts

include (VI, VII, Va [VIII], Vc)

Cowboy Songs for Strings

☞ BA 8136

Fiddle Tunes

(Irish Music for Strings)

☞ BA 8145

Indian Chants for Strings

☞ BA 9402

Merry Christmas for Strings

☞ BA 8140

Mexican Hat Dance for Strings

☞ BA 8141

Tango for Strings

☞ BA 9415

94


CHAMBER MUSIC

String Quartet –

Composers

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

The Art of Fugue BWV 1080

Ed. H. Diener

- Version for string quartet

(a: violin I, b: violin II, c: viola,

d: violoncello)

☞ BA 2600 a,b,c,d

☞ TP 26 Score

Beethoven, Ludwig van

(1770–1827)

String Quartets à page 97

Debussy, Claude

(1862–1918)

String Quartet

Urtext / Ed. D. Woodfull-Harris

☞ BA 9414 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 414 Study score

Debussy’s groundbreaking

quartet has never been edited

using all known sources; the

Bärenreiter scholarly-critical

edition fills this noticeable gap.

Numerous engraving mistakes

have been corrected and the

differences between the first

edition parts and score have

been clarified.

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

Cypřiše / Cypresses

☞ H 6663 Parts in slipcover

☞ H 2306 Study score

String Quartet

No. 1 in A maj op. 2

Eds. J. Burghauser, A. Čubr

☞ BA 9539 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 539 Study score

String Quartet No. 2

in B-flat maj (B 17)

Eds. A. Pokorný, K. Šolc

☞ BA 9540 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 540 Study score

String Quartet No. 5 in F min

op. 9

Eds. J. Burghauser, A. Čubr

☞ BA 9545 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 535 Study score

String Quartet No. 9 in D min

op. 34

☞ H 1481 Parts in slipcover

String Quartet

No. 10 in E-flat maj op. 51

Urtext / Ed. H. Schick

☞ BA 11523 Parts in slipcover

New revised edition

(replaces H 1595)

String Quartet

No. 12 in F maj “American” op. 96

☞ BA 11538 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 538 Study score

New revised edition

in preparation

(replaces H 1594 and

H 1304 respectively)

String Quartet No. 13 in G maj

op. 106

☞ H 1732 Parts in slipcover

Fauré, Gabriel

(1845–1924)

String Quartet op. 121

Urtext / Ed. J. W. Sobaskie

☞ BA 7901

Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 412 Study score

Gabriel Fauré composed his

only string quartet (1923-24)

when he was already extremely

ill. He added dynamics and

slurs only in some parts

of the exposition of the

first movement and then

asked his former pupil Jean

Roger Ducasse to complete

the work. Roger-Ducasse’s

additions were however very

extensive; he even altered

and supplemented some of

Fauré’s own markings in the

exposition.

Bärenreiter’s first ever

scholarly-critical edition of

the quartet utilises all sources

including the composer’s

letters which provide

valuable insights into the

origins of the composition

No distribution rights

for the USA.

NEW 2019

NEW 2020

Franck, César

(1822–1890)

String Quartet

Urtext / Ed. C. Strucken-Paland

☞ BA 9421 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 421 Study score

In her Foreword, the editor

Christine Strucken-Paland

portrays the significance of

the string quartet for Parisian

musical life at the end of the

19 th century and places it in

the context of the composer’s

other late chamber music

works. She also describes

the work’s development, its

publication and reception

and discusses aspects of

performance practice. The

facsimiles show Franck’s

struggles with the opening

movement and the Critical

Commentary lists variant

readings found in the sources.

• First Urtext edition of

Franck’s masterwork

Haas, Pavel

(1899–1944)

String Quartet No. 2

“Von den Affenbergen” op. 7

with percussion ad. lib.

Urtext / Ed. O. Pivoda

☞ BA 11525 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 525 Study score

in preparation

Janáček, Leoš

(1854–1928)

NEW 2019

String Quartet No. 1 after

Tolstoy's “Kreutzer Sonata”

Urtext / Eds. L. Faltus, M. Štědroň

☞ BA 9520 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 520 Study score

95


CHAMBER MUSIC

String Quartet – Composers

Janáček, Leoš

(1854–1928)

String Quartet No. 2

“Intimate Letters”

Urtext / Ed. L. Faltus, M. Štědroň

☞ BA 9533 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 533 Study score

Youth (Mládí)

Arranged for String Quartet

by K. Mařatka

☞ BA 11543 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 521 Study score

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

NEW 2018

Eine kleine Nachtmusik

in G maj K. 525 for string quartet

Urtext / Ed. E. F. Schmid

☞ BA 4700 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 19 Study score

Facsimile edition

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-2282-1

page 152

The Ten Celebrated String

Quartets in G maj K. 387,

in D min K. 421, in B-flat maj

K. 458, in E-flat maj K. 428,

in A maj K. 464, in C maj K. 465,

in D maj K. 499, in D maj

K. 575, in B-flat maj K. 589,

in F maj K. 590

Urtext / Ed. L. Finscher

☞ BA 4750 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 140 Study score

The Thirteen Early String Quartets

Urtext / Eds. K. H. Füssl,

W. Plath, W. Rehm

- Volume 1: Quartets in G maj

K. 80, in D maj K. 155, in G maj

K. 156, in C maj K. 157

☞ BA 4847 Parts in slipcover

- Volume 2: Quartets in F maj

K. 158, in B maj K. 159, in E-flat

maj K. 160

☞ BA 4848 Parts in slipcover

- Volume 3: Quartets in F maj

K. 168, in A maj K. 169, in C maj

K. 170

☞ BA 4849 Parts in slipcover

- Volume 4: Quartets in E-flat

maj K. 171, in B-flat maj K. 172,

in D min K. 173

☞ BA 4850 Parts in slipcover

Three Divertimenti K. 136-138

(125a-c) for string quartet

Urtext / Ed. K. H. Füssl

☞ BA 4860 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 278 Study score

Ravel, Maurice

(1875–1937)

String Quartet

Urtext / Ed. J. Appold

☞ BA 9413 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 413 Study score with

Critical Commentary

“For me very clearly one

of the most important new

editions this year.” (Ensemble)

No distribution rights

for France.

Saint-Saëns, Camille

(1835–1921)

NEW 2018

String Quartet No. 1 in E min

Urtext / Ed. F. Guilloux

☞ BA 10927

Parts in slipcover

NEW 2018

String Quartet No. 2 in G maj

Urtext / Ed. F. Guilloux

☞ BA 10928

Parts in slipcover

NEW 2018

String Quartets Nos. 1 and 2

☞ TP 779 Study score

Schubert, Franz

(1797–1828)

Complete String Quartets

- String Quartets I

Quartet in D maj D 94,

Overture in C min D 8A,

Quartet in C maj D 46,

Minuet in D maj D 86.

Five Minuets and five

German Dances D 89

Urtext / Eds. M. Chusid,

D. Finke-Hecklinger,

W. Aderhold

☞ BA 5625 Parts in slipcover

- String Quartets II

Quartet in G min/in B-flat maj

D 18, Quartet in C maj D 32,

Quartet in B-flat maj D 36,

Quartet in B-flat maj D 68

Urtext / Ed. M. Chusid

☞ BA 5631 Parts in slipcover

- String Quartets III

Quartet in D maj D 74,

Quartet in E-flat maj D 87

(op. post. 125/1), Quartet

in B-flat maj D 112 (op. 168),

Quartet in G min D 173,

Quartet in E maj D 353

(op. post. 125/2)

Urtext / Ed. W. Aderhold

☞ BA 5636 Parts in slipover

- String Quartet in A min

“Rosamunde” D 804 op. 29,

String Quartet in C min

“Quartett-Satz” D 703

Urtext / Ed. W. Aderhold

☞ BA 5614 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 304 Study score

- String Quartet in D min

“Death and the Maiden” D 810

Urtext / Ed. W. Aderhold

☞ BA 5613 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 301 Study score

- String Quartet in G maj D 887

op. post. 161

Urtext / Ed. W. Aderhold

☞ BA 5616 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 303 Study score

96


“... magnificent and mandatory”

• Critical Commentaries (Eng)

with facsimile pages

• Meticulously laid out

performance parts

Beethoven, Ludwig van

(1770–1827)

String Quartets op. 18, 1-6

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9016 Parts in slipcover

☞ BA 9016-40 Critical Commentary

☞ TP 916 Study score

String Quartets op. 59, 1-3

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9017 Parts in slipcover

☞ BA 9017-40 Critical Commentary

☞ TP 917 Study score

String Quartets opp. 74, 95

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9018 Parts in slipcover

☞ BA 9018-40 Critical Commentary

☞ TP 918 Study score

String Quartet in E-flat maj op. 127

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9029 Parts in slipcover

☞ BA 9029-40 Critical Commentary

☞ TP 929 Study score

NEW 2019

String Quartet in B-flat maj op. 130

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9030 Parts in slipcover

☞ BA 9030-40 Critical Commentary

☞ TP 930 Study score

in preparation

From: Beethoven, String Quartet op. 18 · TP 916

NEW 2020

String Quartet in C-sharp min

op. 131

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9031 Parts in slipcover

☞ BA 9031-40 Critical Commentary

☞ TP 931 Study score

in preparation

NEW 2019

String Quartet op. 133 Große Fuge

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9033 Parts in slipcover

☞ BA 9033-40 Critical Commentary

☞ TP 933 Study score

in preparation

97


CHAMBER MUSIC

String Quartet – Composers

String Quintet

String Sextet

Smetana, Bedřich

(1824–1884)

String Quartet No. 1

in E min “From my Life”

Urtext / Eds. F. Bartoš, J. Plavec,

K. Šolc

☞ BA 9516 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 516 Study score

String Quartet No. 2 in D min

Urtext / Eds. F. Bartoš, J. Plavec,

K. Šolc

☞ BA 9517 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 517 Study score

Suk, Josef

(1874–1935)

Meditation on the Old Czech

Hymn St Wenceslas op. 35a

for String Quartet

Urtext / Ed. Z. Nouza

☞ BA 9583 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 583 Study score

Version for string orchestra

BA 9584, page 99

String Quartet No. 1

in B-flat maj op. 11

Urtext / Ed. Z. Nouza

☞ BA 9530 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 530 Study score

String Quartet No. 2 op. 31

Urtext / Ed. Z. Nouza

☞ BA 9536 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 536 Study score

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

String Quintet in G maj op. 77

for two violins, viola,

violoncello and double bass

Eds. F. Bartoš and A. Pokorný

☞ BA 9577 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 577 Study score

String Quintet in E-flat maj

op. 97

for two violins, two violas and

violoncello

Ed. F. Bartoš

☞ BA 9542 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 532 Study score

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Adagio and Fugue in C min

for strings K. 546

Urtext / Ed. W. Plath

☞ BA 5378 Score with parts:

V I, V II, Va, Vc, Cb

Complete String Quintets

K. 174, 406, 515, 516, 593, 614

for two violins, two violas and

violoncello

Urtext / Eds. E. Hess,

E. F. Schmid

☞ BA 4771 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 159 Study score

Schubert, Franz

(1797–1828)

String Quintet in C maj D 956

op. post. 163 for two violins,

viola and two violoncellos

Urtext / Ed. M. Chusid

☞ BA 5612 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 287 Study score

° = Performance material

available on sale

Brahms, Johannes

(1833–1897)

Sextet in B-flat maj op. 18

for two violins, two violas and

two violoncellos

Urtext / Ed. C. Hogwood

☞ BA 9419 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 419 Study score

Sextet in G maj op. 36

for two violins, two violas and

two violoncellos

Urtext / Ed. C. Hogwood

☞ BA 9420 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 420 Study score

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

String Sextet in A maj op. 48

for two violins, two violas and

two violoncellos

Eds. J. Burghauser, A. Čubr

☞ BA 9566 Parts in slipcover

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Grande Sestetto Concertante

(1808) for two violins, two

violas and two violoncellos

after the Sinfonia Concertante

K. 364

Ed. C. Hogwood

☞ BA 9504 Score

☞ BA 9504-22 Parts in slipcover

98


CHAMBER MUSIC / MISCELLANEOUS CHAMBER ENSEMBLES

String Orchestra

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

Nocturne in B maj op. 40

for string orchestra

Urtext / Ed. J. Hájek

☞ BA 11564°

Score, string parts

New revised edition

in preparation

(replaces H 6590)

Serenade in E maj op. 22

for string orchestra

Urtext / Ed. R. Tait

☞ BA 10423°

Score, string parts

Elgar, Edward

(1857–1934)

Serenade for Strings op. 20

Urtext / Ed. C. Hogwood

☞ BA 9041°

Score, string parts

Modern editions of the

Serenade have always suffered

from an enormous number of

inconsistencies between the

score and parts and unclear

divisi and unison passages.

The editor has clarified these

discrepancies, drawing on Elgar’s

version of the work for piano

four hands (the original version)

and the autograph manuscript

of the first movement.

No distribution rights

for France.

Grieg, Edvard

(1843–1907)

NEW 2020

NEW 2019

Holberg Suite

for String Orchestra

Urtext / Ed. C. Rinne-Schroeder

☞ BA 8830

Score

in preparation

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

“Eine kleine Nachtmusik”

in G maj K. 525 for strings

Urtext / Ed. E. Schmid

☞ BA 4701° Score

☞ TP 19 Study score

Facsimile edition

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-2282-1

page 152

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Fantasia in F min for Strings

(1799) after “Ein Orgelstück

für eine Uhr” K. 608

Ed. C. Hogwood

☞ BA 9505° Score

☞ BA 9505-22 Parts in slipcover

Three Divertimenti for Strings

K. 136-138 (125a-c)

Urtext / Ed. K. H. Füssl

☞ BA 4857° Score

Suk, Josef

(1874–1935)

Meditation on the Old Czech

Hymn St Wenceslas op. 35a

for string orchestra

Urtext / Ed. Z. Nouza

☞ BA 9584° Score

Miscellaneous

Chamber Ensembles

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Musical Offering BWV 1079

Urtext / Ed. C. Wolff

- Volume 2: Trio Sonata

in C min for flute, violin and Bc

☞ BA 5155 Score with parts

☞ TP 198 Study score

- Volume 3: Canons for flute,

two violins, obbligato

harpsichord (piano) and Bc

☞ BA 5156 Score with parts

☞ TP 198 Study score

Trio Sonata in G maj BWV 1038

for flute, violin (or two flutes)

and Bc, handed down as a work

by Johann Sebastian Bach

Ed. G. Kirchner

☞ HM 236 Score with parts

Beethoven, Ludwig van

(1770–1827)

Concerto in C maj

for Pianoforte, Violin,

Violoncello and Orchestra

op. 56 “Triple Concerto”

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9027-90°

Piano reduction

☞ BA 9027-40

Critical Commentary

• Piano reduction with

separate parts for all

three soloists

• Draws on three new

sources

• Correction of many errors

found in previous editions

“In fact, the recent urtext

edition is a monument to the

era of scholarship ...”

(Strings)

Berwald, Franz

(1796–1868)

Septet for Clarinet, Bassoon,

Horn, Viola, Violoncello and

Double bass

Urtext / Ed. H. Eppstein

☞ BA 8514 Set of parts

Brahms, Johannes

(1833–1897)

Trio for Clarinet

(Viola), Violoncello and Piano

op. 114

Urtext / Ed. C. Hogwood

☞ BA 9438 Score with parts

à page 86

99


MISCELLANEOUS CHAMBER ENSEMBLES

Miscellaneous

Chamber Ensembles

Brahms, Johannes

(1833–1897)

100

Trio for Horn (Viola or

Violoncello), Violin and Piano

op. 40

Urtext / Ed. C. Hogwood

☞ BA 9435 Score with parts

à page 89

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

Serenade in D min op. 44

for 2 oboes, 2 clarinets,

2 bassoons, contrabassoon

ad lib., 3 French horns,

violoncello, double bass

Urtext / Ed. R. Tait

☞BA 10424 Score

☞BA 10424-22 Parts in slipcover

Haydn, Joseph

(1732–1809)

The London Trios Hob. IV: 1-4

for two flutes and violoncello

Ed. L. Balet

☞ BA 6897 Parts in slipcover

Janáček, Leoš

(1854–1928)

Capriccio for Piano Left Hand

and Wind Ensemble

Urtext / Eds. L. Faltus,

J. Procházková

☞ BA 9535 Score with parts

Martinů, Bohuslav

(1890–1959)

Nonet No. 2

for flute, oboe, clarinet,

bassoon, horn, violin, viola,

violoncello and double bass

Urtext / Ed. J. Zichová

☞ TP 440• Score

Promenades for flute, violin

and harpsichord (piano) (1940)

☞ BA 3327 Score with parts

Sonata

for flute, violin and piano

(1936)

☞ BA 3326 Score with parts

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Quartets K. 285, 285a,

K. Anh. 171 (285b), K. 298

for flute, violin, viola and

violoncello

Urtext / Ed. J. Pohanka

☞ BA 4405 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 150 Study score

Schubert, Franz

(1797–1828)

Octet in F maj D 803 op. post.

166 for clarinet, bassoon, horn,

two violins, viola, violoncello

and double bass

Urtext / Ed. A. Feil

☞ BA 5617 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 302 Study score

Telemann, Georg Philipp

(1681–1767)

Quartet in D min TWV 43:d1

for two flutes, treble recorder

(bassoon, violoncello),

violoncello and Bc

from the “Tafelmusik II”

Urtext / Ed. J. P. Hinnenthal

☞ BA 3539 Score with parts

Quartet in G maj TWV 43:G2

for Flute, Oboe, Violin,

Violoncello and Bc

From the “Tafelmusik I”

Urtext / Ed. J. P. Hinnenthal

☞ BA 3534 Score with parts

Zelenka, Jan Dismas

(1679–1745)

Six Sonatas ZWV 181

for two oboes, bassoon and Bc

(Sonata III for violin, oboe,

bassoon and Bc).

Eds. W. Reich, W. Horn

- Sonata I in F maj

☞ HM 271 Score with parts

- Sonata II in G min

☞ HM 272 Score with parts

- Sonata III in B-flat maj

☞ HM 273 Score with parts

- Sonata IV in G min

☞ HM 274 Score with parts

- Sonata V in F maj

☞ HM 275 Score with parts

- Sonata VI in C min

☞ HM 276 Score with parts

Chamber Music

for Winds

Woodwind Quintet

(Flute, Oboe, Clarinet,

Horn, Bassoon)

Beethoven, Ludwig van

(1770–1827)

Corialan Overture

Arranged by J. Linckelmann

☞ BA 8601 Score with parts

Bizet, Georges

(1803–1869)

L’Arlésienne Suite No. 1

Arranged by J. Linckelmann

☞ BA 8604 Score with parts

Debussy, Claude

(1862–1918)

Children's Corner

Arranged by J. Linckelmann

☞ BA 6876 Score with parts

Gershwin, George

(1898–1937)

Rhapsody in Blue

Arranged by J. Linckelmann

☞ BA 8612 Score with parts

No distribution rights

for the USA.

Grieg, Edvard

(1843–1907)

Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 op. 46

Arranged by J. Linckelmann

☞ BA 8603 Score with parts


CHAMBER MUSIC FOR WINDS

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Overture to “The Magic Flute”

Arranged by J. Linckelmann

☞ BA 6872 Parts in slipcover

Symphony in G min K. 550

Arranged by J. Linckelmann

☞ BA 8602 Score with parts

Mussorgsky, Modest

(1835–1881)

Night on Bald Mountain

Arranged by J. Linckelmann

☞ BA 8608 Score with parts

Pictures at an Exhibition

Arranged by J. Linckelmann

☞ BA 6879 Score with parts

Ravel, Maurice

(1875–1937)

Mother Goose Suite

Arranged by J. Linckelmann

☞ BA 8605 Score with parts

No distribution rights

for France.

Rossini, Gioachino

(1792–1868)

Overture to “Il Barbiere

di Siviglia”

Arranged by J. Linckelmann

☞ BA 6873 Parts in slipcover

Verdi, Giuseppe

(1813–1901)

Overture to “La forza del

destino”

Arranged by J. Linckelmann

☞ BA 6878 Parts in slipcover

Chamber Music

for Winds

Various Wind Ensembles

Janáček, Leoš

(1854–1928)

Mládí / Youth

Wind sextet

Urtext / Eds. J. Doležal,

L. Faltus

☞ BA 9528 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 528 Study score

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix

(1809–1847)

Nocturno

Urtext / Ed. C. Hogwood

☞ BA 9064 Score

☞ BA 9065 Parts

Overture in C maj

for Winds op. 24

Urtext / Ed. C. Hogwood

☞ BA 9055 Score

☞ BA 9055-65 Parts (Wind set)

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Quintet in E-flat maj K. 452

for piano, oboe, clarinet, horn

and bassoon

Urtext / Ed. H. Federhofer

☞ BA 4730 Score with parts

Sinfonia concertante for oboe,

clarinet, horn, bassoon and

orchestra K. Anh 1,9 (297 b )

Urtext / Ed. C. H. Mahling,

W. Plath

☞ BA 5770-90°

Piano reduction

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Sinfonia concertante in E-flat

maj for flute, oboe, horn,

bassoon and orchestra

Reconstructed by R. Levin

based on the Sinfonia

concertante in E-flat maj

for oboe, clarinet, horn,

bassoon and orchestra

K. Anh. I/9 (297 b )

☞ BA 7137-90•

Piano reduction

Serenade in B-flat maj

“Gran Partita” K. 361 (370 a )

for two oboes, two clarinets,

two basset horns (clarinets),

four horns, two bassoons and

double bass

Urtext / Eds. D. N. Leeson,

N. Zaslaw

☞ BA 5331-22 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 312 Study score

Serenade in C min K. 388

(384 a ) for two oboes, two

clarinets, two horns and two

bassoons

Urtext / Eds. D. N. Leeson,

N. Zaslaw

☞ BA 5332 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 313 Study score

Serenade in E-flat maj K. 375

Urtext / Eds. D. N. Leeson,

N. Zaslaw

Octet version for two oboes,

two clarinets, two horns and

two bassoons

☞ BA 5333 Parts in slipcover

☞ TP 315 Study score

Quantz, Johann Joachim

(1697–1773)

Trio Sonata in C maj

for recorder (flute, violin),

flute (violin) and Bc

Ed. W. Birke

☞ HM 60 Score with parts

Rossini, Gioachino

(1792–1868)

Andante and Theme with

Variations for flute, clarinet,

horn and bassoon

Urtext / Ed. P. Gossett

☞ BA 10542 Score with parts

101


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a wide range of

instrumental combinations: if the violin takes the top part, the saxophone can play the

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Jean Kleeb (Arr.)

11 Arrangements for variable

instrumentation. Score with parts

for melody I and II (C/B@/E@) and bass

☞ BA 7669

Suggestions for instruments

to be used:

l Melody I in C

l Melody I in B@

l Melody I in E@

l Melody II in C

l Melody II in B@

l Melody II in E@

l Bass Part

l With Piano Part and Guitar

Chords in the Score.

El choclo / El Entreriano /

Adiós muchachos! / Derecho viejo /

El Porteñito / Bola prá frente /

Momentos a dois / A media luz /

La guitarrita / Como se fosse um

tango / El día que me quieras



Arrangements for variable combinations

Balkan

Paul Hoorn (Arr.)

13 Arrangements for variable

instrumentation. Score with parts

for melody I (C/B@/E@), guitar,

piano and bass

☞ BA 6700

Rumenje / Two Walachian

Dances / Danas maiko ženiš svoga

sina / Phirav mange korkoro / Opa

cupa / Kustino Oro / Djurdjevdan

and others

Blues

Berthold Kloss (Arr.)

16 Arrangements for variable

instrumentation. Score with parts

for melody I (C/B@/E@), guitar I,

guitar II and bass

☞ BA 7668

I Believe I’ll Dust My Broom /

Southbound / Going Up The Country

/ Backwater Blues / Lone Wolf /

Four Days Creep and others

Django

Thomas König (Arr.)

11 Gypsy Swing Arrangements

in the style of Django Reinhardt

and Stéphane Grappelli. Score

with parts for melody (C and B@),

guitar I, guitar II and bass

☞ BA 7665

Zigani / All Of Me / I’ve Found

A New Baby / Lulu Swing / Fuli

Tschai / Honeysuckle Rose /

Ziganotschka / Fis Torza / Romano

/ Sweet Georgia Brown / Black Eyes

Djelem

Paul Hoorn (Arr.)

11 Arrangements of Gypsy Songs

and Dances. Score with parts for

melody I and II (C and B@), bass

and guitar chords

☞ BA 7664

Djelem, Djelem / Ando

Verdan / Romni / Doina - Hora -

Sîrba / Užièko Kolo / Nane Cocha

/ Sare Patrya / Na Yanav Ko Dad

M’ro Has and others

Irish

Bertold Breig (Arr.)

9 Arrangements for variable

instrumentation. Score with parts

for melody I (C, B@), melody II in C

(violin), C (flute), B@ and

violoncello/bass

☞ BA 7670

Sally Gardens / Roddy

McCorley / Drowsy Maggie /

Oh Danny Boy / Slievenamon /

Spancil Hill / The Town I Loved So

Well / Whiskey In The Jar / The

Irish Washerwoman

Kaffeehausmusik

Bertold Breig (Arr.)

7 Arrangements for variable

instrumentation. Score with parts

for melody I and II (C/B@/E@), piano,

bass and guitar chords

☞ BA 7661

Ich bin von Kopf bis Fuß ...

/ Das Fräulein Gerda / Le Temps

des Cerises /

Ich steh’ mit Ruth gut /

La Paloma / Humoreske /

Russischer Tango

Klezmer

Henner Diederich (Arr.)

12 Arrangements for variable

instrumentation. Score with parts

for melody I and II (C and B@),

piano, bass and guitar chords

☞ BA 7660

Di Mesinke ojsgegebn /

Di Tsimbl / Dos Lidl fun goldenem

Land / Frejlechs / Sherele /

Jiddischer Tanz / 7 Uhr 40 / Un as

der Rebbe lacht / Das Zitrönchen

and others

Salonmusik

Bertold Breig (Arr.)

6 Arrangements for variable

instrumentation. Score with parts

for melody I and II (C/B@/E@), piano,

bass and guitar chords

☞ BA 7666

Salut d’amour / Spanischer

Tanz / Jalousie / Heinzelmännchens

Wachtparade / Barcarole /

Die Fledermaus (Potpourri)

Spirituals

Graham Buckland (Arr.)

12 Arrangements for variable

instrumentation. Score with parts

in C / B@ / E@ / F

☞ BA 6699

Joshua / Go down Moses /

Wade in the water / Open the

window / Amen – Mary had a baby

/ Go tell it on the mountain / King

of kings / O when the saints go

marching in / Hard trials / It’s me,

O Lord / O sinner man / Amazing

grace I and II

Zydeco – Cajun

Rolf Schwarzien (Arr.)

15 Arrangements for variable

instrumentation. Score with parts

for melody I and II (C/B@/E@),

accordion, bass and percussion

☞ BA 7667

Acadian Two Step / Les filles

du Canada / Lacassine Special /

Jolie blonde / Perodin Two Step

/ Crowley Two Step / Petits yeux

noirs / Chère ici, chère là-bas /

Don’t Mess With My Toot Toot

/ Don’t Cry No More / Zydeco

Boogaloo / Fais Do-Do / Lucille /

Cryin‘ Squeezebox / Lees marins

de la Nouvelle France

103

103 103


SACRED AND SECULAR CHORAL WORKS

I love

singing

with

Bärenreiter

blue

The Bärenreiter blue vocal scores

are the gold standard for singers all

over the world. These editions represent

our Urtext choral catalogue and are

musicologically sound as well as practical.

For the majority of the choral works

orchestral parts are available for sale. In

addition to the Urtext editions we also

publish choral collections and high-quality

facsimiles of choral works.

Choral Music

2018/2019

☞ SPA 30

The catalogue “Choral Music”

includes sacred and secular

choral works as well as choral

collections and selected

facsimiles of choral works. It

contains cover illustrations,

many musical samples,

authors of piano reductions,

descriptive texts for numerous

editions as well as excerpts

from reviews.

You will find a pdf of this

catalogue on the Bärenreiter

website under “Service”.

Sacred and Secular

Choral Works

Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel

(1714–1788)

Magnificat Wq 215 (Lat)

Choir&Organ series

☞ BA 7517 Score

page 107

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Cantatas

BWV 1

Wie schön leuchtet der

Morgenstern / How bright and

fair the morning star (Ger/Eng)

Cantata for the Feast of

Annunciation Day

Urtext / Ed. M. Wendt

☞ BA 10001-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 10001-91 Choral score

☞ TP 1001 Study score

BWV 4

Christ lag in Todes Banden /

Christ lay by death enshrouded

(Ger/Eng)

Cantata for Easter Sunday

Urtext / Ed. A. Dürr

☞ BA 10004-90° Vocal score

☞ TP 1004 Study score

BWV 21

Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis /

Lord my God, my heart and

soul were sore distrest

(Ger/Eng)

Cantata for the 3 rd Sunday

after Trinity

Urtext / Ed. P. Brainard

☞ BA 10021-90° Vocal score

☞ TP 1021 Study score

BWV 36

Schwingt freudig euch empor

(Ger)

Cantata for the First of Advent

Urtext / Ed. A. Dürr

☞ BA 10036-90° Vocal score

BWV 39

Brich dem Hungrigen dein

Brot / Break with hungry men

thy bread (Ger/Eng)

Cantata for the 1 st Sunday

after Trinity

Urtext / Ed. A. Dürr

☞ BA 10039-90° Vocal score

☞ TP 1039 Study score

BWV 51

Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen /

Praise ye God thruout creation

(Ger/Eng)

Solo Cantata for the 15 th

Sunday after Trinity

Urtext / Ed. M. Wendt

☞ BA 10051-90° Vocal score

☞ TP 1051 Study score

104


SACRED AND SECULAR CHORAL WORKS

Bärenreiter Urtext

105


SACRED AND SECULAR CHORAL WORKS

Sacred and Secular Choral Works

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

BWV 61

Nun komm, der Heiden

Heiland (Ger)

Cantata for the First Sunday

of Advent

Urtext / Ed. A. Dürr

☞ BA 10061-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 10061-91 Choral score

☞ TP 1061 Study score

BWV 62

Nun komm, der Heiden

Heiland (Ger)

Cantata for the First Sunday

of Advent

Urtext / Ed. A. Dürr

☞ BA 10062-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 10062-91 Choral score

☞ TP 1062 Study score

BWV 78

Jesu, der du meine Seele /

Jesu, by Thy Cross and Passion

(Ger/Eng)

Cantata for the 14 th Sunday

after Trinity

Urtext / Ed. W. Neumann

☞ BA 10078-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 10078-91 Choral score

☞ TP 1078 Study score

BWV 80

Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott /

A Mighty Fortress is Our God

(Ger/Eng)

Cantata for the Feast of

Reformation

Urtext / Ed. F. Rempp

☞ BA 10080-90° Vocal score

☞ TP 1080 Study score

BWV 106

Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste

Zeit / Mighty God, His time is

ever best (Actus tragicus)

(Ger/Eng)

Urtext / Ed. R. Higuchi

☞ BA 10106-90° Vocal score

☞ TP 1106 Study score

BWV 140

Wachet auf, ruft uns die

Stimme / Wake ye maids! hark,

strikes the hour (Ger/Eng)

Cantata for the 27 th Sunday

after Trinity

Urtext / Ed. A. Dürr

☞ BA 10140-90° Vocal score

☞ TP 1140 Study score

106

BWV 147

Herz und Mund und Tat und

Leben / Heart and lips, thy

whole behaviour (Ger/Eng)

Cantata for the Feast

of Visitation B.V.M.

Urtext / Ed. U. Wolf

☞ BA 10147-90° Vocal score

☞ TP 1147 Study score

BWV 211

Schweigt stille, plaudert

nicht / Be quiet, chatter not

“Coffee Cantata” (Ger/Eng)

Urtext / Ed. W. Neumann

☞ BA 10211-90° Vocal score

☞ TP 1211 Study score

The Complete Cantatas,

Chorales and Motets

Urtext. 19 volumes in a study

score format

☞ TP 2004 à page 139

Ascension Oratorio BWV 11

(Ger/Eng)

Urtext / Ed. P. Brainard

☞ BA 10011-90° Vocal score

☞ TP 1011 Study score

Christmas Oratorio BWV 248

(Ger/Eng)

Urtext / Ed. W. Blankenburg,

A. Dürr

☞ BA 5014-90° Vocal score

Choral parts also available

separately

☞ TP 85 Study score

NEW 2018

Facsimile edition

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-2448-1

à page 146

Choral movements from the

Christmas Oratorio Part I-III,

BWV 248 (Ger/Eng)

Choir&Organ series

☞ BA 7525 page 107

Festive Choral Settings from

Cantatas (Ger/Eng)

Choir&Organ series

☞ BA 7527 page 107

Lutheran Masses

BWV 233-236 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. E. Platen

- Mass in F maj BWV 233

☞ BA 5182-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 5182-91 Choral score

- Mass in A maj BWV 234

☞ BA 5183-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 5183-91 Choral score

- Mass in G min BWV 235

☞ BA 5184-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 5184-91 Choral score

- Mass in G maj BWV 236

☞ BA 5185-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 5185-91 Choral score

Magnificat in D maj

BWV 243 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. A. Dürr

New revised edition

☞ BA 5103-90° Vocal score

• Includes a new revised

piano reduction

• Newly engraved with a

generous layout

• Same pagination as

previous edition

• Fully compatible with all

existing performance

material (BA 5103)

• Improved legibility for

singers

☞ BA 5103-91

☞ TP 2

NEW 2018

Choral score

Study score

Magnificat in E-flat maj

BWV 243a (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. A. Dürr

☞ BA 5208-90° Vocal score

☞ TP 58 Study score


SACRED AND SECULAR CHORAL WORKS

Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel

Magnificat Wq 215

Arranged by A. Köhs

☞ BA 7517 Score

Bach, Johann Sebastian

Choral movements from the

Christmas Oratorio Part I-III

BWV 248

Arranged by H. Gehring

for mixed choir (SATB)

and organ

☞ BA 7525 Score

Festive Choral Settings

from Cantatas

Arranged by I. Bredenbach

for mixed choir (SATB)

and organ

☞ BA 7527 Score

Separate organ part

☞ BA 7527-67 PoD

Bruckner, Anton

Te Deum WAB 45 (Lat)

Arranged by A. Köhs

☞ BA 7524 Score

Bärenreiter Choir & Organ Series

“Choir & Organ presents a great opportunity for all choirs to sing the great

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From: Dvořák, Mass in D maj op. 86 · BA 10434

(Bob Chilcott)

NEW 2019

Dvořák, Antonín

Mass in D maj op. 86 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. H. Utidjian

☞ BA 10435° Score

Fauré, Gabriel

Requiem op. 48 (Lat)

Arranged by I. Bredenbach

☞ BA 7513 Score

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Missa in C min “Waisenhaus

Mass” K. 139 (47 a ) (Lat)

Arranged by M. Focke

☞ BA 7521 Score

Missa in C maj “Sparrow Mass”

K. 220 (196 b ) (Lat)

Arranged by M. Focke

☞ BA 7522 Score

Missa brevis in C maj

“Credo Mass” K. 257 (Lat)

Arranged by M. Focke

☞ BA 7520 Score

Missa in C maj “Coronation

Mass” K. 317 (Lat)

Arranged by M. Focke

☞ BA 7519 Score

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and choirs who wish to

perform well-known choral

works without the

expense of an orchestra

● Only one edition needed

for soloists, singers and

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● Choir and solo parts remain

true to the original:

original orchestral parts

are transcribed into

easy-to-play organ parts

● Scoring mostly for soloists

(SATB), mixed choir (SATB)

and organ

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Requiem K. 626 (Lat)

Arranged by M. Focke

☞ BA 7518 Score

Shorter Sacred Works

Arranged by A. Köhs

☞ BA 7523 Score

Saint-Saëns, Camille

Oratorio de Noël op. 12

“Christmas Oratorio” (Lat)

Arranged by A. Köhs

☞ BA 7514 Score

Schubert, Franz

Missa in G maj D 167 (Lat)

Arranged by M. Gerisch

☞ BA 7512 Score

Vivaldi, Antonio

Introduzione al Gloria.

Gloria in D maj

RV 642, 589 (Lat)

Arranged by M. Focke

☞ BA 7515 Score

Magnificat RV 610/611 (Lat)

Arranged by A. Köhs

☞ BA 7516 Score

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“Uwe Wolf’s masterful treatment of the sources and problems presented in the

Mass in B Minor should afford scholars and performers for generations to come many

opportunities to carefully examine the diverse complexities of Bach’s masterpiece.”

(Notes)

J. S. Bach · Mass in B Minor BWV 232

in a Revised Edition

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Mass in B min BWV 232 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. U. Wolf

☞ BA 5935-90° Vocal score

☞ TP 1232 Study score

• For the first time the

“Dresden parts” of 1733

which were largely written

by Bach are included as

valuable additional source

material.

• Also for the first time,

annotations by J. S. Bach

and C. P. E. Bach can be

differentiated by using

ink analysis (x-ray

spectography of over 500

places in the score). This

method also enables

in-depth-analysis of areas

which have been eroded to

a large extent by iron ink

gall erosion.

Facsimile edition

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-2194-7

page 145

Still available:

Mass in B min BWV 232 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. F. Smend

☞ BA 5102-92° Vocal score

From: Bach, Mass in B min BWV 232 · BA 5935-90

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SACRED AND SECULAR CHORAL WORKS

Sacred and Secular Choral Works

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

Motets BWV 225-230 (Ger)

Urtext / Ed. K. Ameln

☞ BA 5193-90 Vocal score

☞ BA 5193 Choral score

Separate Editions:

Singet dem Herrn ein neues

Lied BWV 225 (Ger)

Motet for two mixed choirs

(SATB+SATB)

Urtext / Ed. K. Ameln

☞ BA 5129°

Score; Choral score

Der Geist hilft unser

Schwachheit auf BWV 226

(Ger)

Motet for two mixed choirs

(SATB+SATB)

Urtext / Ed. K. Ameln

☞ BA 5130° Score

☞ BA 5131 Choral score

Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227

(Ger)

Motet for mixed choir (SSATB)

Urtext / Ed. K. Ameln

☞ BA 5132°

Score; Choral score

Fürchte dich nicht, ich bin bei

dir BWV 228 (Ger)

Motet for two mixed choirs

(SATB+SATB)

Urtext / Ed. K. Ameln

☞ BA 5133°

Score; Choral score

Komm, Jesu komm BWV 229

(Ger)

Motet for two mixed choirs

(SATB+SATB)

Urtext / Ed. K. Ameln

☞ BA 5134°

Score; Choral score

Lobet den Herrn, alle Heiden

BWV 230 (Ger)

Motet for mixed choir (SATB)

and Bc

Urtext / Ed. K. Ameln

☞ BA 5135°

Score; Choral score

Bach – New revised vocal scores

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

St. John Passion BWV 245

(Ger/Eng)

Urtext / Ed. A. Mendel

☞ BA 5037-02

Score (soft-cover) à page 113

in preparation

☞ BA 5037-90°

Vocal score

New revised edition

To appear in May 2019

☞ BA 5037-91

Choral score

in preparation

☞ TP 197

Beethoven, Ludwig van

(1770–1827)

NEW 2019

Study score

Mass in C maj op. 86 /

Missa solemnis in D maj op. 123 /

Symphony No. 9 in D min

op. 125. Finale

à page 110

Berlioz, Hector

(1803–1869)

NEW 2019

NEW 2019

L‘enfance du Christ / The

Childhood of Christ (Fr/Ger)

Sacred Trilogy

Urtext / Ed. D Lloyd-Jones

☞ BA 5451-90• Vocal score

☞ BA 5451-73• Vocal score

• Newly engraved with a

generous layout

• Same pagination as

previous edition

• Fully compatible with all

existing performance

material BA 5037 and

BA 5038 respectively

• Improved legibility for

singers

• Includes a new revised

piano reduction

St. Matthew Passion BWV 244

(Ger/Eng)

Urtext / Ed. after M. Schneider

by A. Dürr

☞ BA 5038-02

Score (soft-cover) à page 113

in preparation

☞ BA 5038-90°

Vocal score

New revised edition

☞ TP 196

NEW 2019

NEW 2018

Study score

Facsimile edition

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-2294-4

page 146

La damnation de Faust (Fr/Ger)

Urtext / Ed. J Rushton

☞ BA 5448-90• Vocal score

Grande messe des morts,

“Requiem” (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. J. Kindermann

☞ BA 5449-90 Vocal score

☞ TP 332 Study score

Messe solennelle (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. H. Macdonald

☞ BA 5463-90• Vocal score

☞ TP 333 Study score

Te Deum (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. D. McCaldin

☞ BA 5782-90• Vocal score

109


Beethoven’s Choral Masterpieces

SACRED AND SECULAR CHORAL WORKS

Symphony No. 9 in D min

op. 125. Finale (Ger)

Urtext / Ed. J. Del Mar

☞ BA 9009-90° Vocal score

☞ TP 909 Study score

Missa solemnis in D maj

op. 123 (Lat)

NEW 2019

Urtext / Ed. B. Cooper

☞ BA 9038-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 9038-91 Choral score

This Urtext edition takes

into account all the sources

including the old and the

new complete editions whose

relationship is clearly

explained in a stemma. In

several passages the

renowned Beethoven

specialist Barry Cooper has

arrived at variant readings,

such as in the “Sanctus”,

where the choir enters

instead of the soloists, rather

than coming in at “Pleni sunt

coeli”. No less worthy of

mention is the addition of the

soloists to the choir in most

of the “Credo”. These matters

and many other editorial

decisions are documented in

the detailed Critical

Commentary (Eng).

Mass in C maj

op. 86 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. B. Cooper

☞ BA 9039-90° Vocal score

Drawing on the rich body

of sources, Beethoven

specialist Barry Cooper

suggests practical solutions

to the work’s musical and

interpretative problems. His

deep study of the sources

convinced him to include a

fully realized organ part in

the score, just as Beethoven

envisioned it for the first

printed edition. As stated in

the sources, the parts for the

soloists and choir are notated

on joint staves to demonstrate

that the soloists are also to

sing the choral passages.

NEW 2019

A Pronunciation Guide

for Japanese Singers

With an Introduction on the

work’s reception by Eizaburo

Tsuchida

Text booklet in Japanese

☞ BA 9009-14

This Pronunciation Guide

helps Japanese singers with

the pronunciation of the

German text in the “Finale” of

Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9.

It includes the singing text in

German, the international

phonetic transcription, Japanese

Katakana as well as a translation

into Japanese.

The foreword by Eizaburo

Tsuchida sheds light on the

history and reception of the

9 th Symphony in Japan.

NEW 2019

A Pronunciation Guide

for Choral Singers

☞ Video available on the

Bärenreiter website and on

YouTube

Facsimile edition

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-2395-8

à page 148

110

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SACRED AND SECULAR CHORAL WORKS

Sacred and Secular Choral Works

Brahms, Johannes

(1833–1897)

Ein deutsches Requiem op. 45

(Ger)

Urtext / Ed. P. Schmitz,

Piano reduction by the

composer, edited by

M. Werthmann

☞ BA 7600-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 7600-91 Choral score

in preparation

Sacred Choral Music a cappella

(Ger)

Urtext / Ed. P. Schmitz

☞ BA 7575

Bruckner, Anton

(1824–1896)

Te Deum WAB 45 (Lat)

Choir&Organ series

☞ BA 7524

Der Herr ist mit mir

BuxWV 15 (Ger)

Cantata for mixed choir (SATB),

strings and bc

Ed. B. Grusnick

☞ BA 3198° Score with parts

☞ BA 3198-91 Choral score

Caldara, Antonio

(1670–1736)

Stabat Mater (Lat)

Revised edition

☞ BA 8955-90° Vocal score

Charpentier, Marc-Antoine

(1643–1704)

Messe de Minuit pour Noël

H 9 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. H. Schauerte-

Maubouet

☞ BA 7592-90° Vocal score

Te Deum H 146 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. H. Schauerte-

Maubouet

☞ BA 7593-90° Vocal score

Cherubini, Luigi

(1760–1842)

NEW 2019

Requiem in C min (Lat)

Missa pro defunctis

Urtext / Ed. H. Schellevis

☞ BA 8961-90° Vocal score

Distler, Hugo

(1908–1942)

Lobe den Herren, den

mächtigen König der Ehren (Ger)

Chorale-motet op. 6/2,1

for mixed choir (SATB)

Gothic print

☞ BA 589 Choral score

Singet dem Herrn ein neues

Lied (Ger)

Motet on Psalm 98/1, 4-9a op. 12/1

from “Geistliche Chormusik”

op. 12 for mixed choir (SATB)

Gothic print

☞ BA 751 Choral score

Dvořák, Antonín

(1841–1904)

Mass in D maj op. 86 (Lat)

for Soloists, Choir, Organ and

Strings ad. lib

Choir&Organ series

☞ BA 10435°

Score (organ version) page 107

☞ BA 10434°

Score (with Vc and Db part)

Requiem op. 89 (Lat)

☞ H 2924-90• Vocal score

Six Moravian Duets (Cz/Ger)

for mixed choir and piano

arranged by L. Janáček

☞ H 7718 Choral score

Stabat Mater op. 58 (Lat)

Ed. A. Čubr

☞ H 1882• Vocal score

Stabat Mater op. 58 (Lat)

Urtext / Eds. J. Kachlík,

M. Srnka

Vocal score based on Dvořák’s

original piano version

☞ H 7920• Vocal score

Te Deum op. 103 (Lat)

☞ H 4523-90• Vocal score

Eben, Petr

(1929-2007)

NEW 2019

Salve Regina. Cantico delle

Creature / Canticle of the Sun

of Francis of Assisi (Lat/Ital

[Umbrian]) for mixed choir

(SATB) a cappella

☞ BA 6429 Singing score

° = Performance material

available on sale

• = Performance material

available on hire

Fauré, Gabriel

(1845–1924)

Messe de Requiem op. 48 (Lat)

Urtext / Eds. C. M. Stahl,

M. Stegemann

☞ BA 9461-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 9461-91° Choral score

• High-quality Urtext

edition at the cutting edge

of scholarship

• Based on the large

orchestral version of 1900

• Vocal score suitable for all

versions of the requiem

Requiem op. 48 (Lat)

Choir&Organ series

☞ BA 7513

Requiem op. 48 (Lat)

Arrangement for female

soloists/choir (SSAA)

by M. Bruno / I. Bredenbach

Bärenreiter Female Choir

☞ BA 5695-90° Vocal score

The vocal score is compatible

with the performance material

of the original work (BA 9461).

Gounod, Charles

(1818–1893)

Messe solennelle (Ste Cécile)

(Lat)

Urtext / Ed. H. Schellevis

☞ BA 8966-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 8966-91 Choral score

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Sacred and Secular Choral Works

A selection of

Handel anthems:

Anthem for the Funeral of

Queen Caroline HWV 264

(Eng/Ital)

Original unabridged version

Urtext / Ed. A. Landgraf

☞ BA 4267-90° Vocal score

As pants the hart HWV 251e

(Eng/Ger)

Urtext / Ed. G. Hendrie

☞ BA 4265-90° Vocal score

O Sing unto the Lord

HWV 249a (Eng/Ger)

Urtext / Ed. G. Hendrie

☞ BA 4263-90° Vocal score

My song shall be alway

HWV 252 (Eng/Ger)

Anthem

Urtext / Ed. G. Hendrie

☞ BA 4292-90° Vocal score

The King shall Rejoice

HWV 260 (Eng)

Coronation Anthem

Urtext / Ed. S. Blaut

☞ BA 10259-90° Vocal score

Zadok the Priest

HWV 258 (Eng)

Coronation Anthem

Urtext / Ed. S. Blaut

☞ BA 10258-90° Vocal score

Handel, George Frideric

(1685–1759)

112

Acis and Galatea HWV 49a

(Eng/Ger)

Urtext / Ed. W. Windszus

☞ BA 4039-90• Vocal score

Acis and Galatea HWV 49b

Serenata in tre parti

(2 nd version) (Eng/Ital/Ger)

Urtext / Ed. A. Heinrich

☞ BA 10700-90• Vocal score

Alexander’s Feast

or The Power of Musick

HWV 75 (Eng/Ger)

Urtext / Ed. K. Ameln

Revised edition

☞ BA 4001-92• Vocal score

Dixit Dominus

HWV 232 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. H. J. Marx

☞ BA 10704-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 10704-91 Choral score

Jephtha HWV 70 (Eng)

Urtext / Ed. K. Nott

☞ BA 4014-90• Vocal score

Handel, George Frideric

(1685–1759)

Messiah HWV 56

Urtext / Ed. J. Tobin

☞ BA 4012-02 Score

(Soft cover) à page 113

☞ BA 4012-73°

Vocal score

(Eng)

☞ BA 4012-90° Vocal score

(Eng/Ger)

• Text now first in English,

followed by German

• Includes a new revised

piano reduction

• Newly engraved with a

generous layout

• Same pagination as

previous edition

• Fully compatible with all

existing performance

material (BA 4012)

• Improved legibility for

singers

☞ TP 175

NEW 2018

NEW 2019

Study score

Facsimile edition

☞ ISBN 978-3-7618-2109-1

page 150

Ode for the Birthday of Queen

Anne HWV 74 (Eng/Ger)

Urtext / Ed. W. Siegmund-

Schultze

☞ BA 4007-90• Vocal score

La Resurrezione HWV 47 (Ital)

Oratorio in two parts

Urtext / Ed. T. Best

☞ BA 4096-90• Vocal score

Samson HWV 57 (Eng)

Oratorio in three parts

Urtext / Ed. H. D. Clausen

☞ BA 4099-90• Vocal score

Solomon HWV 67 (Eng)

Oratorio in three acts

Urtext / Ed. H. D. Clausen

☞ BA 10709-90• Vocal score

Handel, George Frideric

(1685–1759)

NEW 2018

Te Deum for Cannons in

B-flat maj (Chandos Te Deum)

HWV 281 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. G. Beeks

☞ BA 10708-90° Vocal score

Te Deum for the Victory

at the Battle of Dettingen

HWV 283 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. A Babington

☞ BA 10706-90° Vocal score

Theodora HVW 68 (Eng)

Urtext / Ed. C. Timms

Revised edition

☞ BA 4085-90• Vocal score

Utrecht Te Deum HWV 278

(Eng)

Urtext / Ed. G. Hendrie

☞ BA 4246-90° Vocal score


Full scores now in affordable

soft-cover editions

How practical! Towering masterpieces of choral music history are now appearing

in handy and affordable full scores to complement the substantial linen-bound

complete edition volumes.

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

St. John Passion BWV 245 (Ger/Eng)

Urtext / Ed. A. Mendel

☞ BA 5037-02 Score

in preparation

St. Matthew Passion BWV 244

(Ger/Eng)

Urtext / Ed. A. Dürr, M. Schneider

☞ BA 5038-02 Score

in preparation

Handel, George Frideric

(1685–1759)

Messiah HWV 56

Urtext / Ed. J. Tobin

☞ BA 4012-02

NEW 2019

NEW 2019

NEW 2018

Score

Haydn, Joseph

(1732–1809)

NEW 2018

Missa in Angustiis “Nelson Mass”

Hob. XXII:11 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. G. Thomas

☞ BA 4660-02 Score

NEW 2018

Missa in B-flat maj

“Theresa Mass” Hob. XXII:12 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. G. Thomas

☞ BA 4661-02 Score

NEW 2019

Mass in B-flat maj

“Creation Mass” Hob. XXII:13 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. I. Becker-Glauch

☞ BA 4656-02 Score

From: Haydn, Missa in Angustiis “Nelson Mass” Hob. XXII:11 · BA 4660-02

NEW 2019

Missa in B-flat maj

“Harmony Mass” Hob. XXII:14 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. F. Lippmann

☞ BA 4659-02 Score

in preparation

Die Schöpfung /

The Creation Hob. XXI:2 (Ger/Eng)

Libretto by Gottfried van Swieten

Urtext / Ed. A. Oppermann

☞ BA 4648-02 Score

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

NEW 2018

Requiem K. 626

Mozart’s fragment completed

by Franz Xaver Süssmayr

Urtext / Ed. L. Nowak

☞ BA 4538-02 Score

113 113


SACRED AND SECULAR CHORAL WORKS

Sacred and Secular Choral Works

Haydn, Joseph

(1732–1809)

Missa in angustiis “Nelson

Mass” Hob. XXII:11 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. G. Thomas

☞ BA 4660-02 Score

(soft-cover) à page 113

NEW 2018

Missa Sancti Nicolai

“Nicolai Mass” Hob. XXII:6 (Lat)

Urtext / Eds. J. Dack, M. Helms

☞ BA 4645-90° Vocal score

Die Schöpfung / The Creation

Hob. XXI:2 (Ger/Eng)

Libretto by G. van Swieten

Urtext / Ed. A. Oppermann

☞ BA 4648-90° Vocal score

NEW 2018

☞ BA 4648-91 Choral score

• Based on the G. Henle

Complete Edition of the

“Works of Joseph Haydn”

• The contemporary piano

reduction by A. E. Müller

has been revised by

Andreas Köhs

• The musical text of the full

score is closely reflected in

this piano reduction

Missa brevis Sancti Joannis

de Deo “Little Organ Mass”

Hob. XXII:7 (Lat)

Urtext / Eds. H. C. Robbins

Landon, K. H. Füssl, C. Landon

☞ BA 4653-90° Vocal score

☞ TP 95 Study score

Arrangement for female choir

SMezAA by Heribert Breuer

Bärenreiter Female Choir

☞ BA 5694-90° Vocal score

The vocal score is compatible

with the performance material

of the original work (BA 4653).

Missa brevis in F maj

Hob. XXII:1 (Lat)

Urtext / Eds. J. Dack, G. Feder

☞ BA 4644-90° Vocal score

Missa Cellensis in honorem

Beatissimae Virginis Mariae

“Cecilia Mass”

Hob. XXII:5 (Lat)

Urtext / Eds. J. Dack, G. Feder

☞ BA 4643-90° Vocal score

Missa Cellensis “Mass for

Mariazell” Hob. XXII:8 (Lat)

Urtext / Eds. H. C. Robbins

Landon, K. H. Füssl, C. Landon

☞ BA 4654-90• Vocal score

☞ BA 4654-91 Choral score

☞ BA 4660-90° Vocal score

☞ TP 98 Study score

Missa in B-flat maj “Creation

Mass” Hob. XXII:13 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. I. Becker-Glauch

☞ BA 4656-02 Score

(soft-cover) à page 113

NEW 2019

☞ BA 4656-90° Vocal score

Missa in B-flat maj “Harmony

Mass” Hob. XXII:14 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. F. Lippmann

☞ BA 4659-02 Score

(soft-cover) à page 113

☞ BA 4659-90° Vocal score

☞ TP 97 Study score

Missa in B-flat maj “Theresa

Mass” Hob. XXII:12 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. G. Thomas

NEW 2019

NEW 2018

☞ BA 4661-02 Score

(soft-cover) à page 113

☞ BA 4661-90° Vocal score

☞ TP 99 Study score

Missa in E-flat maj in honorem

Beatissimae Virginis Mariae

“Great Organ Mass”

Hob. XXII:4 (Lat)

Urtext / Eds. J. Dack, M. Helms

☞ BA 4646-90° Vocal score

Missa in Tempore Belli

“Mass in Time of War”

Hob. XXII:9 (Lat)

Urtext / Eds. H. C. Robbins

Landon, K. H. Füssl, C. Landon

☞ BA 4652-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 4652-91 Choral score

☞ TP 94 Study score

Missa Sancti Bernardi von

Offida “Heilig” Mass

Hob. XXII:10 (Lat)

Urtext / Eds. H. C. Robbins

Landon, K. H. Füssl, C. Landon

☞ BA 4651-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 4651-91 Choral score

Haydn, Joseph

(1732–1809)

The Seasons / Die Jahreszeiten

Hob. XXI:3 (Ger/Eng/Fr)

Libretto by G. van Swieten

Urtext / Ed. A. Raab

☞ BA 4647-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 4647-91 Choral score

• Based on the G. Henle

Complete Edition of the

“Works of Joseph Haydn”

• Well-presented layout and

well-arranged piano

reduction

The Seven Last Words of our

Saviour on the Cross Hob. XX:2

(Lat) Libretto by G. van Swieten

Urtext / Ed. H. Unverricht

☞ BA 4655-90• Vocal score

☞ TP 92 Study score

Stabat Mater Hob. XXbis (Lat)

Urtext / Eds. M. Helms,

F. Stoltzfus

☞ BA 4642-90° Vocal score

Jansson, Mårten

(*1965)

Sacred Choral Works

à pages 116–117

NEW 2018

° = Performance material

available on sale

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SACRED AND SECULAR CHORAL WORKS

Martin, Frank

(1890–1974)

Mass for Double Choir

a cappella (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. A. Wissemann

☞ BA 7594 Performing score

Martin's style of composition

is characterized by elements

of French Impressionism,

modern tonality and

expressive musical language.

His double choir a cappella

mass was composed between

1922 and 1926 but it was not

performed until 1963 in

Hamburg. It has been a great

favourite with capable choirs

since its first publication by

Bärenreiter in 1972 (BA 5419).

It can be performed equally

well in the concert hall and

the church.

• First Urtext edition of

Frank Martin’s masterwork

based on the autograph

and preliminary studies

• Newly engraved in a larger

format (23 x 30 cm)

• Foreword (Ger/Eng) and

Critical Commentary (Eng)

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix

(1809–1847)

Denn er hat seinen Engeln

befohlen / For He shall give

His angels charge (Ger/Eng)

for mixed choir (SSAATTBB)

Urtext / Ed. C. Heimbucher

☞ BA 8933 Choral score

Die erste Walpurgisnacht /

The First Walpurgis Night

op. 60 (Ger/Eng)

Text by Johann W. von Goethe

Urtext / Ed. J. M. Cooper

☞ BA 9072-90• Vocal score

Elijah op. 70 (Ger/Eng)

Oratorio. Text compiled by the

composer from the Old and

New Testaments

Urtext / Ed. D. Seaton

☞ BA 9070-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 9070-91

Choral score

NEW 2019

NEW 2020

Lobgesang op. 52 (Ger/Eng)

Urtext / Ed. J. M. Cooper

☞ BA 9092-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 9092-91 Choral score

in preparation

Psalm Non nobis Domine /

Nicht unserm Namen, Herr

op. 31 MWV A9 (Lat/Ger)

Urtext / Ed. J. M. Cooper

☞ BA 9079-90° Vocal score

Psalm 42 op. 42 As the Hart

Pants / Wie der Hirsch schreit

(Ger/Eng)

Urtext / Ed. J. M. Cooper

☞ BA 9074-90° Vocal score

Psalm 98 Sing to the Lord a new

made Song / Singet dem Herrn

ein neues Lied op. 91 (Ger/Eng)

Urtext / Ed. J. M. Cooper

☞ BA 9076-90° Vocal score

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“My music is my own and I have never tried to be original. That has

always been my motto and I have only tried to use music to express all

the feelings which life has to offer. This has led people to describe my

music as “so sad that it sounds like birds who have lost their wings” but

also as “the happiest classical music that we have ever heard”.

“My compositions are almost all sacred. They express not only my own

faith but also my appreciation and respect for the timeless texts that

have been used for centuries and centuries.”

Cantate Domino

Psalm 96: 1-3 (SSAATTBB) (Lat)

☞ BA 7414 Choral score

Cantate Domino

Psalm 96: 1-3 (TTBB) (Lat)

☞ BA 7416 Choral score

De sancto Pelagio et sancto

Theodolo

(SATB) and Organ (Lat)

☞ BA 8523 Score

Es ist ein Ros entsprungen

Arrangement for SSAATTBB

(Ger/Eng/Swed)

☞ BA 7418 Choral score

Fear Thou Not

(SSMezAA) (Eng)

☞ BA 7411 Choral score

God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen

Arrangement for SATB (Eng)

☞ BA 7419 Choral score

I Never Saw a Moor

(SSMezMezAA) (Eng)

☞ BA 7415 Choral score

Ingenting utanför /

Nothing Beyond

(SSMezAA) (Swed/Eng)

☞ BA 8522 Choral score

In The Light Of God

(SMezATB) (Swed/Eng)

☞ BA 7417 Choral score

Sample score for download:

www.baerenreiter.com

Maria (IV)

(SATB) (Swed/Eng)

☞ BA 7412 Choral score

116


Sacred Choral Works by

Mårten Jansson

NEW

2018

Tonight I Dance Alone

Libretto by C. A. Silvestri

(SATBSATB) (Eng)

☞ BA 8525 Choral score

This work for double

choir a cappella deals

with three poignant

episodes from the life

of an old man; before

his wedding, before

celebrating his wedding

anniversary and now as

a widower talking to his

grandson.

The libretto together

with the descriptive

music are deeply moving

and constitute an ideal

partnership. This is

Mårten Jansson's first

collaboration with the

well-known librettist

Charles Anthony Silvestri.

The piece provides a

well-worth challenge

for ambitious choirs.

Missa brevis in E-flat minor

(SATB) (Lat)

☞ BA 8521 Choral score

Missa brevis Arosiensis

(SATB) (Lat)

☞ BA 8527 Choral score

in preparation

NEW 2019

Missa Popularis

(SSA[TB ad lib.]) and String quartet (Lat)

☞ BA 7420 Score

☞ BA 7420-90 Vocal score

☞ BA 7420-22 Parts in slipcover

The Choirmaster’s Burial

(SSATBB [Lat SSA/Eng TBB])

☞ BA 7413 Choral score

Two Poems

(SATB) (Swed/Eng)

☞ BA 8524 Choral score

Video

samples on

Order our flyer (SPA 50_64) and

sample score (SPA 227). Both are

available for download at:

www.baerenreiter.com.

From: Jansson, Missa Popularis · BA 7420-90

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Sacred and Secular Choral Works

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix

(1809–1847)

St. Paul op. 36 (Ger/Eng)

Urtext / Ed. J. M. Cooper

☞ BA 9071-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 9071-91

NEW 2018

Choral score

New musical and performing insights

Monteverdi, Claudio

(1567–1643)

Vespro della Beata Vergine (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. H. Schulze et al.

☞ BA 8794-90° Vocal score

• Scholarly-critical Urtext

edition orientated towards

performance practice

• Movements 10, 13 and 14 are

included in their original

high clef in the appendix of

the full score.

• These movements are also

available with piano

reduction as print-ondemand.

• Detailed Critical

Commentary (Eng) in the

full score

Three Motets op. 69 (Ger/Eng)

for mixed choir (SATB)

Urtext / Ed. M. Cooper

☞ BA 8937 Choral score

These three motets are also

available separately

(BA 8934–8936)

O be joyful to the Lord /

Jauchzet dem Herrn, alle Welt

My soul doth magnify the

Lord / Mein Herz erhebet

Gott, den Herrn

Lord, now lettest Thou Thy

servant depart in peace /

Herr, nun lässest du deinen

Diener in Frieden fahren

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix

(1809–1847) /

Bach, Johann Sebastian

(1685–1750)

St. Matthew Passion BWV 244

(Ger)

In the arrangement by Felix

Mendelssohn Bartholdy

Urtext / Ed. K. Winkler

☞ BA 9088-90• Vocal score

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SACRED AND SECULAR CHORAL WORKS

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Alma Dei creatoris

K. 277 (272 a ) (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. H. Federhofer

☞ BA 4889-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 4889-91 Choral score

Ave verum corpus K. 618 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. H. Federhofer

☞ BA 4946-90° Vocal score

Dixit et Magnificat

K. 193 (186 g ) (Lat)

Urtext / Eds. K. G. Fellerer,

F. Schroeder

☞ BA 5340-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 5340-91 Choral score

Inter natos mulierum

K. 72 (74 f ) (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. M. Holl

☞ BA 4788-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 4788-91 Choral score

Kyrie in D min K. 90 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. M. Holl

☞ BA 5346-90° Vocal score

Kyrie in D min K. 341 (368 a )

(Lat)

Urtext / Ed. W. Senn

☞ BA 4702-90° Vocal score

Laudate Dominum

from the Vesperae solennes

de Confessore K. 339 (Lat)

Urtext / Eds. K. G. Fellerer,

F. Schroeder

☞ BA 5339-90° Vocal score

Litaniae de venerabili altaris

Sacramento E-flat maj

K. 243 (Lat)

Urtext / Eds. H. Federhofer,

R. Federhofer-Königs

☞ BA 4892-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 4892-91 Choral score

Misericordias Domini

K. 222 (205 a ) (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. H. Federhofer

☞ BA 4789-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 4789-91 Choral score

Missa brevis in G maj

K. 49 (47 d ) (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. W. Senn

☞ BA 4769-90° Vocal score

Missa brevis in D min

K. 65 (61 a ) (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. W. Senn

☞ BA 5341-90° Vocal score

Missa in C maj “Dominicus

Mass” K. 66 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. W. Senn

☞ BA 4791-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 4791-91 Choral score

Missa in C min “Waisenhaus

Mass” K. 139 (47 a ) (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. W. Senn

☞ BA 4858-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 4858-91 Choral score

Missa in C min “Waisenhaus

Mass” K. 139 (47 a ) (Lat)

Choir&Organ series

☞ BA 7521 Score page 107

Missa brevis in G maj

K. 140 (Anh. 235 d ) (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. W. Senn

☞ BA 4736-90° Vocal score

Missa in C maj “Trinity

Sunday Mass” K. 167 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. W. Senn

☞ BA 4783-90° Vocal score

Missa brevis in F maj

K. 192 (186 f ) (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. W. Senn

☞ BA 4770-90° Vocal score

Missa brevis in D maj

K. 194 (186 h ) (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. W. Senn

☞ BA 5342-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 5342-91 Choral score

Missa brevis in D maj

K. 194 (186 h ) (Lat)

- Arrangement for female choir

(SMezA) by H. Breuer

Bärenreiter Female Choir

☞ BA 5690-90° Vocal score

The vocal score is compatible

with the performance material

of the original work (BA 5342).

Missa in C maj “Sparrow Mass”

K. 220 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. W. Senn

☞ BA 5343-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 5343-91 Choral score

Missa in C maj “Sparrow Mass”

K. 220 (Lat)

Choir&Organ series

☞ BA 7522 Score page 107

Missa in C maj “Sparrow Mass”

K. 220 (Lat)

- Arrangement for female choir

(SMezA) by H. Breuer

Bärenreiter Female Choir

☞ BA 5693 Score

☞ BA 5693-90° Vocal score

The vocal score is compatible

with the performance material

of the original work (BA 5343).

Missa in C maj “Great Credo

Mass” K. 257 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. W. Senn

☞ BA 4859-90° Vocal score

Missa brevis in C maj

“Credo Mass” K. 257 (Lat)

Choir&Organ series

☞ BA 7520 Score page 107

Missa in C maj K. 258 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. W. Senn

☞ BA 4851-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 4851-91 Choral score

Missa in C maj “Organ

Solo Mass” K. 259 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. W. Senn

☞ BA 4852-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 4852-91 Choral score

Missa brevis in B-flat maj

K. 275 (272 b ) (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. M. Holl

☞ BA 5344-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 5344-91 Choral score

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Sacred and Secular Choral Works

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

Missa in C maj “Coronation

Mass” K. 317 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. M. Holl

☞ BA 4880-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 4880-91 Choral score

☞ TP 316 Study score

Missa in C maj “Coronation

Mass” K. 317 (Lat)

Choir&Organ series

☞ BA 7519 Score page 107

Missa in C maj “Coronation

Mass” K. 317 (Lat)

- Arrangement for female choir

(SMezA) by H. Breuer

Bärenreiter Female Choir

☞ BA 5691 Score

☞ BA 5691-90° Vocal score

The vocal score is compatible

with the performance material

of the original work BA 4880

(arranged without trombones).

Missa in C maj

“Missa solemnis” K. 337 (Lat)

Urtext / Ed. M. Holl

☞ BA 4881-90° Vocal score

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

(1756–1791)

NEW

2019

Missa in C min K. 427 (Lat)

“Great Mass in C min”

Credo in unum Deum,

Et incarnatus est, Sanctus

with Hosanna, Benedictus

with Hosanna. Reconstruction

and stylistically appropriate

completion by U. Leisinger

Urtext / Ed. U. Leisinger

☞ BA 9188-90° Vocal score

☞ BA 9188-91 Choral score

☞ TP 988 Study score