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Violin Concerto in A minor Op.53

Bass

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Orchestra
COMPOSER: Antonín Dvořák
PUBLISHER: Bärenreiter-Verlag
PRODUCT TYPE: Part
Dvorák’s Violin Concerto was composed between 1879 and 1882, with the active assistance of Joseph Joachim , and was issued by the publisher Fritz Simrock, Berlin in 1883. Its premiere tookplace in October of that same year with František Ondr cek as soloist. This new Urtext edition is based on
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Subtitle Bass
Instrument Group Orchestra
Composer Antonín Dvořák
Publisher Bärenreiter-Verlag
Instrumentation Violin and Orchestra
Taal INT
Product Type Part
Style Period Romantic
ISMN 9790260108165
Style Period Romantic
Series Bärenreiter Urtext
Min Qty 2
No. Pages 10
No. BA10422-85
Part {Instrument} Double Bass
Description

Dvorák’s Violin Concerto was composed between 1879 and 1882, with the active assistance of Joseph Joachim, and was issued by the publisher Fritz Simrock, Berlin in 1883. Its premiere tookplace in October of that same year with František Ondr cek as soloist.

This new Urtext edition is based on the first edition (score, solo Violin part, Piano reduction and orchestral parts). It also takes Dvorák’sautograph which served as a master copy for the engraving into consideration. A fresh assessment of Dvorák’s manuscript made it possible to reconstruct several variants ignored in the first and subsequent editions andtoclarify ambiguities in the notation and articulation. An important component of our Urtext edition is the original Piano reduction, which probably stems from Dvorák himself, and in which Joseph Joachim’sfingering is published.

  • First Urtext edition of the original Piano reduction
  • Variants in the solo part rendered as ossia passages
  • Foreword on the work’s genesis (Ger/Cz/Eng) and detailed CriticalCommentary (Eng) by the editor

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