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Canco Del Lladre El Mestre El Testament D´amelia La Filadora La Filla Del Marxant La Nit De Nadal L´hereu Riera Lo Fil Del Rei Lo Rossinyol Plany
pour voix & piano (vm)Titres séparés :Invitation au voyage — Sérénade florentine — La Vague et la cloche — Extase — Phidylé — Le Manoir de Rosemonde — Lamento — Testament — Chanson triste — Élégie — Soupir — La Vie antérieure — Au pays où se fait la guerre
Here is a masterful collection of articles and papers David has written over the years summarizing thoughts on various topics related to jazz and education. Each article is a worthy testament unto itself, but as a collection, they form an enlightening and insightful tool for every music educator and player in search of new ideas and fresh perspectives on teaching for the next century. Langue : en anglais
DescriptionMichael Flanders and Joseph Horovitz. This popular work for unison or two-part voices and piano with optional bass and drums opens with a splendid storm, above which God can be heard muttering about the irritations he finds with mankind. Following the Old Testament story God then instructs Noah how to build the ark and select animals. In a profusion of fine solos and lively choruses we learn about the difficulty of living under hatches and the eventual drying-out of the world. Suggestions for vocal solos given in the score. Ideas for semi-dramatic effects or stagings suggest themselves. 26 mins.
Composed in 1949, Jean Langlais´ (1907-1991) Three Prayers op. 65 for Medium Voice and Organ – republished here in their complete version – can also be performed by a Choir in unison and accompanied by the Harmonium or Piano.While Marcel Dupré´s training allowed Langlais to acquire brilliant virtuosity as an organist, it was never an end in itself: for the composer, the key word was simplicity. Testaments to a strong faith, the Three Prayers reveal a sense of concision and a search for purity not incompatible with the sonic refinement of an intense expressiveness.The Ave verum, which highlights the real presence of Christ during the Eucharist, radiates a serene clarity. The Ave maris Stella alternates exaltation and appeasement (Break the chains of guilt, bring light to the blind). The first two pieces use the French translation of the Latin liturgical text, while the third – Tantum ergo – offers the two versions in alternation. The entire cycle expresses the fulfilment that is found in simplicity.
Composed around the previously written Funeral March, Sonata in B-flat minor, Op. 35 and, considered by some to be Chopin´s greatest and most profound work, the Sonata in B minor, Op. 58 are works from the period of synthesis, masterly technique and particularly intense expression. Preceding them is the Sonata in C minor, Op. 4, sometimes called the school is a testament of Chopin´s path to the sonata. Sonata in B flat Minor, Op. 35Sonata C Minor, Op. 4Sonata in B Minor, Op. 58
The unacquainted listener, upon hearing a piece from the Hahn piano repertoire, is often surprised by its powerful charm – a testament to the composer’s unique musical sensibility. Although some of Hahn’s musical ideas have roots in the long tradition of Romanticism, they also present a host of new images, scarcely seen in earlier scoresEach piece in this collection is based on a single formula that varies little from start to finish. An exception to this unique principle occurs in the IInd piece, where the young woman takes fright at the ´´flaming red eye of the setting sun watching her through the branches”. As a conclusion, Reynaldo Hahn offers a ´´very free” cadence that takes up and comments on the initial theme: the crackling notes culminate in a fortissimo blaze, rapidly followed by a progressive lull that slowly fades away.Au Clair De Lune [Hahn, Reynaldo] Juvenilia [Hahn, Reynaldo] Les Jeunes Lauriers [Hahn, Reynaldo] L´inspiration [Hahn, Reynaldo] Pavane D´Angelo [Hahn, Reynaldo]
Schubert, FranzSonata for Piano C minor D 958Schubert’s great C minor Sonata D 958 was composed in 1828 just a few months before his death, along with the late sonatas in A major (D 959) and B-flat major (D 960). Conceived as a triptych, they constitute his musical testament to the piano sonata genre.This scholarly-critical edition by Walburga Litschauer is based on the ´´New Schubert Edition” and presents this masterpiece in a spacious new engraving. Notes on performance practice, especially on pedalling, and Schubert’s distinctive manner of writing accents, form a Foreword to the work. Rounding off the edition is a Critical Commentary which presents alternative readings of interest to performers. Schubert’s drafts for all four movements of the sonata can be accessed on Bärenreiter’s website.• Newly engraved scholarly-critical performing edition• Detailed notes on performance practice (Ger/Eng)• Practical page turns• Access to Schubert’s drafts at www.baerenreiter.com• New Foreword (Ger/Eng) and Critical Commentary (Eng)Edition no.: BA 10869ISMN: 9790006521081Editor: Litschauer, WalburgaLanguage(s) of text: German, EnglishProduct format: Performance score(s), Urtext editionIncludes the following individual parts: PianoComments: Replaces BA 5632Binding: StapledPages / Format: XVI, 42 S. - 31,0 x 24,3 cm
Bach, Johann SebastianJohann Sebastian Bach. The Well-Tempered Clavier I BWV 846-869”The ‘Well-Tempered Clavier’ is the Old Testament, Beethoven´s sonatas the New.We must believe in both.” Hans von BülowThe preludes and fugues of ´´The Well-Tempered Clavier” embrace an entire cosmos of compositional devices and musical characters – the ´´ne plus ultra” of ‘unity through diversity’. Here Bach not only presented the sum total of keyboard artistry in his day but foresaw its future evolution.His treatment of the keys marked a turning point in music history.The autograph score, originally a fair copy, contains later revisions and alterations reflecting the composer at work.This new facsimile edition presents the manuscript in high-quality four-colour reproduction. Bach authority Christoph Wolff provides a Commentary to the work’s genesis and the characteristics of Bach’s handwriting.Martina Rebmann(Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin) describes the subsequent history of the autograph.BÄRENREITER FACSIMILEThe seal is used exclusively for facsimile editions published by Bärenreiter which meet the highest demands in both scholarly and technical terms.The distinguishing features include:• A facsimile in high-quality colour printing• Scholarly commentary• Attractive cover designEdition no.: BVK 2368ISBN: 9783761823682Volume / Series: Documenta musicologica II/50 / Bärenreiter FacsimileEditor: Bach-Archiv LeipzigLanguage(s) of work: English, GermanProduct format: FacsimileBinding: Half-leather bindingPages / Format: 90/28 S. - 36,7 x 23,0 cm