Sonata in A Major for Violin and Basso continuo, Op. 5, No. 9
Sonata for Violin and Basso continuo in A Major, Op. 5 No. 9 by Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713). Fingerings, bowings, and ornamentation by Albrecht Winter, who specializes in playing early music on modern instruments. CD includes full concert recordings in three tempos.
Romances in F Major and G Major for Violin, Op. 50, 40
Beethoven's "Romances" are performed all over the world, yet how many conductors, performers and listeners are aware that op. 50 which was incidentally composed before op. 40, comes down to us in an unfinished form? The autograph score contains little to no articulation or dynamics and to the present day the work has existed only in highly over-edited publications. The performer has no way of knowing what was originally intended by the composer.
Bärenreiter's new Urtext edition of opp. 50 and 40 offers the score to op. 50 twice; the first score reflects the state of Beethoven's autograph with editorial markings clearly indicated, the second score has been edited based on other works by Beethoven from that period. This manner of publishing remains true to the sources and at the same time offers musicians a reliable transparent score for performances.
This edition includes a Urtext solo part, a second solo part with fingering and bowing by Detlef Mahn, and a piano reduction of the score.
The Romances for violin (viola) and piano are two melancholy miniatures of great musical intensity by Swedish composer, Elfrida Andree (1841-1929). This edition contains both the violin part and a version for viola.
critical edition of "Havanaise" draws on both the composer's autograph
version for violin and piano as well as the later orchestrated version.
Where the solo part of the orchestral version differs from the version
for violin and piano, the variants are shown in the violin part as
The editor offers a concise and informative introduction
(Eng/Ger/ Fr) on the history and compositional process of "Havanaise"; a
detailed critical commentary (Eng) concludes this Urtext edition.
Title:Songs for Beginners. #50 of the Play Along Series. Seven favorit tunes with both audio and play along tracks. lyrics included. Mac & PC users can adjust the recording to any tempo without changing pitch.