The first Urtext edition of Ravel's masterwork! This new critical edition is based on Ravel's original autograph and includes corrections of numerous errors to the first edition. Also includes a forward, facsimile pages and critical commentary.
Bärenreiter’s new scholarly-critical edition of op. 87 edited by
Christopher Hogwood is based on the score and parts from the first
edition. Set of parts.
• Informative introduction (Ger/Eng) with a valuable insight into the genesis and performance history of this work • In a larger format 25.5 x 32.5 cm • Includes a critical commentary (Eng) with facsimile pages
Le Tombeau de Couperin for Violin, Cello, and Piano by Maurice Ravel. The piece was originally written for piano in 1917 and was orchestrated for full orchestra in 1919. This edition is arranged for piano trio by Matthew van Brink.
These three preludes retain the primitive, open harmonies of early American hymnody. The first is a quiet, worshipful introit; the second, a somber depiction of Christ's sacrifice; and the last prelude imitates the joyous strumming of banjos and energy of fiddles. Includes parts for violin, piano, and cello.