Beethoven's famous concerto for violin and orchestra has appeared in many editions over the last 150 years, but none has truly done justice to the work until now. The acclaimed Beethoven scholar, Jonathan Del Mar, presents a groundbreaking scholarly-critical edition of this esteemed work. Working from all known sources, Del Mar presents Beethoven's intended solo violin articulation, dynamics and slurring, as well as note corrections to the solo violin and orchestral material. This edition includes an Urtext Solo part and a Solo part with bowings and fingerings by Detlef Hahn. The piano reduction is based on the Urtext by Martin Schelhaas.
First performing edition based on the Manchester manuscript source, which until now has not been used as the primary basis for a modern edition. Offers new readings and evidence for players and listeners alike.
Nocturne in G Major, Op. 125/1 for Cello and Piano
Goltermann (1824-1898) left a plethora of works for his instrument,
including a large number of character pieces. Stylistically rooted in the
Romantic spirit of their time, the pieces are relatively short and of
Composed in 1896, while MacDowell was in Boston, Woodland Sketches is
among the best known of the American composer's piano works. The famous
first piece from opus 51, "To a Wild a Rose," has been adapted here for viola with piano