, , ,

SCHUBERT Piano Sonatas vol. 2. Urtext, Barenreiter


Schubert’s piano sonatas written between 1818 and 1825 comprise four completed and five unfinished works. His breakthrough came with the Sonata in C major D 840, known as the “Reliquie”, the Sonata in A minor D 845, printed in 1826 entitled “Première Grande Sonate” – and as such the first sonata of Schubert that was published – and the Sonata in D major D 850. H. G. Nägeli wrote enthusiastically to Czerny a short time later: “I definitely count the piano composer Schubert among the good, even excellent ones”. With the publication of the Middle Sonatas, the three-volume Bärenreiter Urtext edition of Schubert’s piano sonatas is now complete. A detailed Foreword on the genesis and source situation as well as in-depth notes on piano playing in Schubert’s time (including articulation, the use of pedal, ornamentation) with a special focus on Schubert’s characteristic accent notation introduce the sonatas. In particular the Critical Commentary lists relevant readings concerning interpretation. Schubert’s sketches and sonata fragments are accessible via the Bärenreiter website.


Litschauer, Walburga: Vorwort
Composer / Author: Aschauer, Mario:  Hinweise zur Aufführungspraxis
Litschauer, Walburga: Preface
Sonate A-Dur / Sonata in A major (op. posth. 120 – D 664)
Sonate a-Moll / Sonata in A minor (op. posth. 143 – D 784)
Sonate C-Dur / Sonata in C major (D 840)
Sonate a-Moll / Sonata in A minor (op. 42 – D 845)
Sonate D-Dur / Sonata in D major (op. 53 – D 850)
Critical Commentary
Organico: PF
Prodotto non disponibile
Reperibile in 5-7 giorni.

Aggiungi al carrello

Piano Sonatas vol. 2 (The Middle Sonatas). Edited on the basis of the “New Schubert Edition” with access to Schubert’s drafts and fragments via the Bärenreiter website. Reader-friendly engraving with practical page turns as well as running titles to easily find the sonatas and individual movements. With in-depth notes on performance practice in Schubert’s day (Ger/Eng) and readings relevant to interpretation in the Critical Commentary (Eng). Urtext, Barenreiter Verlag


Ancora non ci sono recensioni.

Solamente clienti che hanno effettuato l'accesso ed hanno acquistato questo prodotto possono lasciare una recensione.

Ti potrebbe interessare…