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.
The present edition is based on the celebrated musicians' concert performances of all ten Beethoven Sonatas, as well as on numerous audio recordings. Guided by the Urtext, David Oistrakh and Lev Oborin proposed their own interpretation of these masterpieces of chamber music. All the fingering marks both in the piano score and in the attached violin part are by the editors. Oistakh's bowing marks in the violin part are quoted in dotted slurs. The remaining editors' marks are given in parentheses; the alternative readings are presented in the footnotes. First published in 1969.
Title: Sonata No. 7 for Violin and Piano, By Beethoven, Ludwig van, Edited by D. Oistrakh and L. Oborin, Published by Muzyka: Moscow, Item number: MZ8246