G. Henle Verlag Mozart – Flute Concerto No.1 In G Major (KV313) Βιβλίο για φλάουτο και πιάνο

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– Flute part: The edition was provided by one of the most renowned flutists of our time: András Adorján. His edition reproduces the text of the source, knowing full well that the source base – Mozart’s autograph is lost – is poor. Clear errors and carelessness of the source are corrected and indicated by footnotes or brackets.- Cadenzas and entrances: They come from one of the most established Mozart connoisseurs, the musicologist and pianist Robert D. Levin. The suggested cadences and entrances are characterized by the fact that, thanks to a sophisticated system of references, the musician can always put together new, “own” cadenzas from the material offered; Levin’s proposals thus come very close to the improvisational character of cadences and entrances.Attention: The cadences and inputs are subject to copyright and are protected worldwide (GEMA); please report your use in performances and recordings to the publisher or GEMA.- Piano reduction: It was written by the profound Mozart connoisseur and renowned thoroughbass specialist Siegfried Petrenz. He strives for a good-sounding, technically not too demanding piano setting that stands out clearly from the common orchestral piano reductions. This also takes into account the typical teaching situation in which a professional répétiteur does not necessarily always accompany the flute.
 
 
Pages: 34 (Piano Score) & 16 (FLute Part)Language: English, German, FrenchPublisher: G.Henle Verlag
Κωδικός Προϊόντος: STL-272581928 Κατηγορία:

– Flute part: The edition was provided by one of the most renowned flutists of our time: András Adorján. His edition reproduces the text of the source, knowing full well that the source base – Mozart’s autograph is lost – is poor. Clear errors and carelessness of the source are corrected and indicated by footnotes or brackets.- Cadenzas and entrances: They come from one of the most established Mozart connoisseurs, the musicologist and pianist Robert D. Levin. The suggested cadences and entrances are characterized by the fact that, thanks to a sophisticated system of references, the musician can always put together new, “own” cadenzas from the material offered; Levin’s proposals thus come very close to the improvisational character of cadences and entrances.Attention: The cadences and inputs are subject to copyright and are protected worldwide (GEMA); please report your use in performances and recordings to the publisher or GEMA.- Piano reduction: It was written by the profound Mozart connoisseur and renowned thoroughbass specialist Siegfried Petrenz. He strives for a good-sounding, technically not too demanding piano setting that stands out clearly from the common orchestral piano reductions. This also takes into account the typical teaching situation in which a professional répétiteur does not necessarily always accompany the flute.
 
 
Pages: 34 (Piano Score) & 16 (FLute Part)Language: English, German, FrenchPublisher: G.Henle Verlag

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