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Missa solemnis d-Moll op. 123

KOMPONIST: Ludwig van Beethoven
VERLAG: Bärenreiter-Verlag
PRODUKTFORMAT: Partitur Gebunden
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Gemischter Chor
Beethoven struggled with the “Missa solemnis” for years, searching for a highly personal way to deal with the words and musical traditions of the Mass Ordinary. In the end he produced a work that leaves no listeners cold - some are puzzled but agreat many are deeply moved.The autograph reflects how
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Spezifikationen
Komponist Ludwig van Beethoven
Herausgeber Hans-Joachim Hinrichsen
Verlag Bärenreiter-Verlag
Instrumentierung Gemischter Chor und Orchester
Produktformat Partitur Gebunden
Instrument Group Gemischter Chor
Erscheinungsjahr 2016
ISBN 9783761823958
Seitenzahl 340
No. BABVK2395
Release Date 16.12.2016
Beschreibung
Beethoven struggled with the “Missa solemnis” for years, searching for a highly personal way to deal with the words and musical traditions of the Mass Ordinary. In the end he produced a work that leaves no listeners cold - some are puzzled but agreat many are deeply moved.The autograph reflects how intensively he worked on the “Missa solemnis” and what a difficult work process it was. Apart from the many corrections there are several torn-out pages. Sometimes Beethoven could only proceed by stitching replacement pagesinto the manuscript.Beethoven authority Hans-Joachim Hinrichsen unveils the stages of its genesis in an understandable and rather detective-like manner. In addition Martina Rebmann explains how this and other autographs were gradually acquired for the Beethovencollection in the Berlin Staatsbibliothek.Reproduced in high-quality four-colour printing, the facsimile replicates the page stubs and fold-out pages, thereby emulating the feel of the original source. Judicious inscriptions with movement headings, continuous pagination, scholarly foliationand measure numbers help readers to find their way more easily in the manuscript.
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