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Orchestra

Schubert: Sonata in A major for Piano D 959 BA 10861 ............................................................................. 3 Beethoven: Concerto No. 4 in G major for Pianoforte and Orchestra op. 58. BA 9024-90.........4 Schulhoff: Sonatas Nos. 1–3. BA 9560 ............................. 5 Suk: Things Lived and Dreamt op. 30. BA 9561 ............. 6 Skrjabin: Complete Piano Sonatas IV. BA 9619 .............. 7 Kleeb: Jazzy Piano. BA 10627 ...............................................8 Bärenreiter Piano Album. From Handel to Ravel BA 8771 .............................................................................. 9

Beethoven: Concerto No. 4 in G major for Pianoforte and Orchestra op. 58. BA 9024-90.........4 Haydn: Concerto in C major for Violin and Orchestra Hob. VIIa:1. BA 4678 ......................... 18 Vivaldi: La Stravaganza op. 4. Libro Primo BA 7566, Libro Secondo BA 7567 ................................................. 19 Fauré: Pavane op. 50. BA 7887 ............................................ 26

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Woodwind Janáček: Sonata for Clarinet and Piano. BA 9581............27

Solo Voice

Jansson: Choral Works a cappella BA 7411–7413............................................................... 10–11 Bach: Ascension Oratorio. Laud to God in all his kingdoms BWV 11. BA 10011-90, TP 1011 .................. 12 Bach: St Matthew Passion BWV 244 BA 9088-90 ......................................................................13 Handel: Solomon HWV 67. BA 10709-90 ...................... 14 Dvořák: Requiem op. 89 (B 165). BA 9582 ...................... 15 Buckland: 32 Spirituals for Upper Voices. BA 7572 ..... 16

Complete Editions ................................................. 17 Contemporary Music ......................................... 17

Schumann: Frauenliebe und Leben op. 42. BA 7854 ...... 28

Vocal Scores / Opera Schubert: Fierabras (D 796). BA 5557-90 ...................... 29 Gluck: Iphigénie en Tauride (Paris version 1779). BA 5847-90 ..................................................................... 30 Gluck: Iphigenie auf Tauris (Vienna version 1781). BA 5843-90 ...................................................................... 31 Gluck: Alceste (Vienna version 1767). BA 5844-90 .....32 Gluck: Alceste (Paris version 1776). BA 5848-90 ......... 33 Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice (Vienna version 1762). BA 5845-90 ....................................................................... 33 Gluck: Orphée et Euridice (Paris version 1774). BA 2282-90 ....................................................................... 33

Strings Haydn: Concerto in C major for Violin and Orchestra Hob. VIIa:1. BA 4678 ......................... 18 Vivaldi: La Stravaganza op. 4. Libro Primo BA 7566, Libro Secondo BA 7567 ................................................. 19 Ševčík: School of Bowing Technique op. 2 BA 9591–9593 ................................................................ 20 Sassmannshaus: Concert Pieces for Viola and Piano BA 9697 ............................................................................ 21

Organ Vierne: Complete Organ Works, Volume V BA 9225 ......................................................................34–35 Organ Plus Brass, Volume IV BA 11204 ........................................................................... 36

Book on Music Josel/Tsao: The Techniques of Guitar Playing ISBN 978-3-7618-2243-2 ................................................37

Chamber Music Dvořák: String Quartet No. 2 in B-flat major (B 17) BA 9540, TP 540 .............................................................22 Brahms: Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano after the Sextet in B-flat major op. 18. BA 9441 ..23

Bärenreiter Urtext Promotional Material and Gifts .........................................38

Study Scores

App Bärenreiter Study Score Reader ........................................................................ 39

Mozart: Works for Violin and Orchestra. TP 325 ............. 24 New Issue Title Debussy: La Mer. TP 780 ....................................................25

Your Contacts............................................................40

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Schubert composed his great Piano Sonata in A major just a few months before his untimely death in 1828. The balance this work strikes between lyrical melody, emotional intimacy and pianistic brilliance makes it a highlight among his sonatas, not least because of its poetic Andantino. This scholarly-critical edition by Walburga Litschauer is based on the Urtext of the New Schubert Edition and uses the autograph manuscript as the prime source. The edition is rounded off by a new foreword, valuable notes on performance practice as well as a Critical Commentary with information on performance-relevant alternative readings and Schubert’s notation of accents. Schubert’s drafts of the A major Sonata can be accessed on Bärenreiter’s website.

Edited by Walburga Litschauer With performance suggestions by Mario Aschauer BA 10861 ¡ approx. ₏ 11.95 To appear in November 2014 This new edition replaces the existing edition BA 5633.

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• Edited on the basis of the New Schubert Edition • Newly engraved scholarly-critical performing edition • Notes on performance practice (Ger/Eng)

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• Access to Schubert’s drafts on the Bärenreiter website • New foreword (Ger/Eng) and a Critical Commentary (Eng)

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The autograph to Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 is lost. For every new edition which has appeared during the course of time there have been only two authentic sources to draw upon; the copyist’s manuscript of the score with Beethoven’s own corrections and the first edition in parts from 1808 which was published in Vienna and which contains a few revisions dated after the aforementioned manuscript. Though no new sources have been available for this new edition, numerous editorial emendations which have prevailed in all previous editions (even Urtext editions) have now been corrected. Thus, this new Bärenreiter Urtext edition presents Beethoven’s famous work in the clarity which it deserves. • With numerous corrections • Piano reduction with a separate solo piano part ISMN 979-0-006-55831-5

Score BA 9024

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First ever Urtext edition

Erwin Schulhoff: Sonatas Nos. 1–3 for Piano BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Michael Kube BA 9560 · approx. € 36.95 With his works of the 1920s – an original blend of traditional genres, rhythms inspired by jazz and dance music and judiciously expanded tonality – the German-Czech composer Erwin Schulhoff captured the tenor of the times. This edition presents the piano sonatas that originated between 1924 and 1927.

To appear in October 2014

Michael Kube has edited this first ever scholarly-critical edition on the basis of the prints published in Schulhoff’s lifetime and compared these with the surviving handwritten sources. Not only have errors been corrected but peculiarities of Schulhoff’s notation have also been reconstructed. The principal source for Sonata No. 3 was the composer’s autograph fair copy. • First Urtext edition ISMN 979-0-2601-0589-8

• Foreword (Ger/Cz/Eng) and Critical Commentary (Eng) by the editor

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Suk’s magnum opus for piano

Josef Suk: Životem a snem/ Things Lived and Dreamt Ten Pieces for piano op. 30 BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Jarmila Gabrielová BA 9561 · approx. € 17.95 To appear in September 2014

The cycle Životem a snem (Things Lived and Dreamt) by Josef Suk (1874–1935) is his magnum opus for the piano and has been called the “diary of an artist”. Although Suk’s musical language never exceeds the bounds of tonality, his wealth of resources, the flexible harmony, chords of stacked thirds and meticulous performance instructions were new to the Bohemia of his day. The autograph contains many cuts, overwritings and barely decipherable passages, yet it is carefully prepared and largely identical to the first edition of 1909. This first scholarly-critical edition takes all source variants into account for the first time. • Magnum opus of Suk’s piano music • First ever scholarly-critical edition

ISMN 979-0-2601-0705-2

• Foreword (Cz/Eng/Ger) and Critical Commentary (Eng) by the editor

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Skrjabin in a new light

Alexander Skrjabin: Complete Piano Sonatas IV

Volume IV of Skrjabin’s Complete Piano Sonatas unites Sonata No. 9 op. 68 (nicknamed “Black Mass” – but not by Skrjabin) and Sonata No. 10 op. 70. These two works originated virtually at the same time, in 1911-13 and 1912-13, respectively.

BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Christoph Flamm With a foreword by Marc-André Hamelin BA 9619 · approx. € 22.95 To appear in November 2014

ISMN 979-0-006-53693-1

Christoph Flamm has given both sonatas a fundamentally fresh look in this new Urtext edition. Exploiting all the autograph sources, including Skrjabin’s sketches and drafts, he has arrived at surprising new readings. His foreword sheds informative light on the genesis and significance of these pieces; the many variants are documented in detail in the Critical Commentary. The high editorial standards are complemented by spacious engraving and practical page-turns.

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• Scholarly-critical Urtext edition including the latest research findings • All autograph sources consulted, including sketches and drafts • For students, pianists and teachers • Detailed foreword (Ger/Eng) and Critical Commentary (Eng)

Already published: Alexander Skrjabin Complete Piano Sonatas Vol. I: BA 9616 · € 32.95 New Title · € 25.95 Vol. II:Issue BA 9617

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Jazz at the piano Jazz Courante Jean Kleeb q = 120

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Piano editions by Jean Kleeb already published:

BA 10627

Jean Kleeb is known for his highly sensitive and stylistically solid jazz piano arrangements of familiar tunes and even classical works. This new selection is based on sharply contrasting pieces that he has transformed into appealing jazz numbers. Among them are El pueblo unido jamas sera vencido (Sergio Ortega), Jamaica Farewell (traditional), Jazz Passacaglia (Jean Kleeb), an English and a German folk song and a new Brahms arrangement. • Includes many well-known melodies

Classic goes Jazz 13 Jazzy Arrangements (with CD) BA 8760 · € 13.95 Mozart goes Jazz for Piano BA 8761 · € 10.50 Baila Negra 13 new Latin-American Piano Pieces (Ready to Play series) Issue BA New 10604 · €Title 12.95

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• Typical jazz performance techniques • Contrasting styles are presented The author Jean Kleeb is a Brazilian pianist, choral conductor and arranger who lives in Germany. His concerts and workshops provide an exciting insight into his skills and knowledge.

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From the Baroque to Early Modern Berceuse Erik Satie, komp. 1913 komp. 1913 2

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Edited by Michael Töpel with fingering by Annette Töpel BA 8771 · approx. € 10.50 To appear in September 2014

This collection contains 39 easy-to-play piano pieces from the Baroque to the Early Modern period and presents an ideal repertoire for music schools and private music-making. Conceived as a current supplement to Bärenreiter’s popular anthology Easy Classics for Piano (BA 8758), it offers a wide-ranging repertoire which includes popular classical pieces but also small gems such as Chopin’s Contredanse in G-flat major as well as Satie’s Berceuse and Méditation. Tried and tested fingering by the experienced pianist and piano teacher Annette Töpel help players to learn the pieces more quickly.

ISMN 979-0-006-50233-2

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• Ideal for students, music-lovers and piano teachers • Tried and tested fingering • Practical page-turns From the contents: Chopin, Préludes in A major and C minor (op. 28 nos. 7 and 20), Contredanse in G-flat major, Schumann, Bärentanz and Haschemann / Bach, Preludes / Debussy, The Little Shepherd from Children’s Corner / Mendelssohn, Wedding March / Brahms, Waltz in E major (op. 39 no. 5), Theme from the Paganini Variations (op. 35), Verstohlen geht der Mond auf from Piano Sonata op. 1 (movt. 2) / Ravel, Prélude / Satie, Berceuse and Méditation

Bärenreiter Piano Album Easy Classics for Piano New Issue BA 8758 · €Title 10.50

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Bach’s Ascension Oratorio

Johann Sebastian Bach: Ascension Oratorio Laud to God in all his kingdoms BWV 11 BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Paul Brainard Piano reduction by Joachim Eichhorn Vocal score (Ger/Eng) BA 10011-90 · approx. € 8.95 Wind set BA 10011-65 · approx. € 15.95 Organ BA 10011-67 · approx. € 12.95 Violin I BA 10011-74 · approx. € 3.95 Violin II BA 10011-75 · approx. € 3.95 Viola BA 10011-79 · approx. € 3.95 Bass Instruments (Violoncello, Double bass, Bassoon) BA 10011-82 · approx. € 3.95 Study score TP 1011 · approx. € 11.95

Bach composed his oratorio for the Feast of the Ascension in Leipzig in 1735. Though this work has the duration of a cantata, the choice of text places it among the oratorios. It combines the biblical account of the Ascension with chorales and free madrigal poems. As in other works which were composed during this same year (e.g. the Christmas Oratorio), Bach reveals a special fondness for colourful orchestration, with two flutes, two oboes, three trumpets, timpani and strings, creating a splendid Baroque sound with a strikingly festive character. This edition is based on the thoroughly researched musical text from the New Bach Edition. • Lavishly scored oratorio of a festive nature • Based on the New Bach Edition • Bilingual foreword by Andreas Glöckner (Ger/Eng)

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Bach’s famous work in two versions by Mendelssohn

Johann Sebastian Bach: St Matthew Passion BWV 244 Arranged by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Berlin 1829 and Leipzig 1841 Felix Mendelssohn can claim the credit of having ushered in the Bach-Renaissance with his arrangement and performance of the St Matthew Passion. It was revived for the first time in the Berlin Singakademie on 11 March 1829, one hundred years after its premiere in Leipzig’s Thomaskirche. A second arrangement was performed in Leipzig in 1841. Originally only available on hire as part of the edition published by Bärenreiter in 2009, this vocal score is now available on sale. It enables both the Berlin and the later Leipzig versions to be performed. A concordance provides information on the respective sequence of movements and their relation to the Bach Works Catalogue (BWV) and the New Bach Edition.

BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Klaus Winkler Piano reduction by the editor Vocal score (Ger) BA 9088-90 · approx. € 36.95 Score and complete performance material available on hire To appear in August 2014

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Lavish oratorio

George Frideric Handel: Solomon Oratorio HWV 67 BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by H. D. Clausen Piano reduction by Andreas Köhs Vocal score (Eng) BA 10709-90 · approx. € 49.95 Performance material available on hire To appear in September 2014

Composed in 1748, Handel’s oratorio on the wise and righteous King Solomon is one of the most lavish works he created in this genre. He attached special importance to the choir: rarely does Handel’s music have such extended choral numbers, ranging from homophonic settings to choruses of jubilation in eight contrapuntal parts. This vocal score is based on the Halle Handel Edition volume BA 10709. • Urtext edition based on the Halle Handel Edition • Bilingual foreword (Ger/Eng) • Clear idiomatic piano reduction

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Core work with chamber orchestra instrumentation

Antonín Dvořák: Requiem op. 89 (B 165) for Soloists, Choir and Chamber Orchestra Arranged by Joachim Linckelmann Score BA 9582 · approx. € 85.00 Dvořák’s Requiem, for soloists, choir and orchestra, is one of the highlights within the international choral repertoire. Now Bärenreiter is presenting this work in an arrangement by Joachim Linckelmann with chamber orchestra based on the full score from the Complete Edition of the Works by Antonín Dvořák. The arrangement dispenses with all the brass instruments except for a single horn; all that remains of the percussion are the timpani; the organ has also been taken out. The cor anglais and bass clarinet parts can be replaced by an oboe and clarinet (ossia staves in score and parts).

Wind set (flute, oboe [cor anglais], clarinet [bass clarinet], bassoon, horn, timpani) BA 9582-65 · approx. € 29.95 Violin I BA 9582-74 · approx. € 5.95 Violin II BA 9582-75 · approx. € 5.95 Viola BA 9582-79 · approx. € 5.95 Violoncello BA 9582-82 · approx. € 5.95 Double bass BA 9582-85 · approx. € 5.95

This arrangement, which judiciously reduces the richness of Dvořák’s original orchestration, makes the work available to a broader range of performers outside professional circles.

To appear in September 2014 ISMN 979-0-2601-0730-4

• Standard choral work with a manageable reduced orchestration • A stylistically appropriate as well as tried and tested arrangement

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“O Happy Day” Spirituals are becoming more popular than ever. New ensembles are being created every day, and school and church choirs have learned to attract young singers by focusing on this repertoire. This edition offers exciting original arrangements that have never before appeared in print, written in an authentic idiom for two women’s or girls’ voices with piano accompaniment. The spirituals can also be performed without piano, with the lead melody always in the upper voice. But Graham Buckland’s settings are displayed to best advantage in their two-voice versions with piano.

Graham Buckland: 32 Spirituals for Upper Voices 80 pages BA 7572 · approx. € 17.95 To appear in October 2014

All the arrangements can be combined with the already published edition 64 Spirituals a cappella (BA 7574) which is for SATB. To give you an example: a children’s choir working with our new edition can appear with a mixed chorus that has already mastered the settings of BA 7574. In addition twelve of the arrangements can be enhanced by instrumental accompaniments. These are to be found in the ComboCom series Spirituals edition (BA 6699) which offers flexible instrumental settings. • 32 exciting and varied arrangements • For two women’s or girls’ voices with piano • All songs compatible with BA 7574 • Many songs also compatible with BA 6699 Contents Deep River, Happy Day, Joshua, King of Kings, Kumbayah, Motherless Child, Nobody knows, O Sinner Man, Swing low, sweet chariot, This Train, Wade in the Water, Were you there, When the Saints, and twenty other popular as well as less well-known spirituals.

Further information and audio examples at:

www.youtube.com/BaerenreiterVerlag

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The author Graham Buckland is the music director of Regensburg University, Germany. Before then he held various leading positions at theatres and colleges in Germany and the Czech Republic. He has founded and headed a number of ensembles, demonstrating a very broad musical range that also finds expression in his compositions and publications for chorus, piano, and orchestra.

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Contemporary Music

New publications up to June 2014

New publications up to March 2014

Concentus musicus, Volume XIV Giovanni Animuccia: A selection of sacred and secular works Edited by Peter Ackermann BA 8350

Works for Hire

Gabriel Fauré Œuvres complètes, Series IV, Volume 1 Symphony en fa op. 20, Pavane op. 50, Caligula op. 52 Edited by Robin Tait BA 9467-01 George Frideric Handel Halle Handel Edition, Series II, Volume 25 Poro, Re dell’Indie Edited by Graham Cummings BA 10702-01

Beat Furrer passaggio after texts by Leonardo da Vinci for choir and orchestra BA 11128-72 Beat Furrer canti della tenebra after texts by Dino Campana for mezzo-soprano and ensemble BA 11126-72 Thomas Daniel Schlee Horai Concertante music for organ and chamber orchestra op. 79 BA 11115-72

Halle Handel Edition, Series III, Volume 11 Wedding Anthems Edited by Matthew Gardner BA 10707-01 Repertorium Troporum Bohemiae Medii Aevi – Pars IV Tropi ordinarii missae. Agnus Dei Edited by Hana Vlhová-Wörner H 8030 Franz Schubert New Schubert Edition, Series I, Volume 9 Smaller Church Music Works II Edited by Rudolf Faber BA 5569-01 Manfred Trojahn Le ceneri di Gramsci for baritone and ensemble Text by Pier Paolo Pasolini BA 11124-72 New Issue Title

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Strings

Charming violin concerto

Joseph Haydn: Concerto in C major for Violin and Orchestra Hob. VIIa:1 URTEXT Edited by Heinz Lohmann and Günter Thomas Score BA 4678 · € 17.95 Piano reduction (Henle) BA 4678-90 Violin I BA 4678-74 · € 3.95 Violin II BA 4678-75 · € 3.95 Viola BA 4678-79 · € 3.95 Violoncello/Double bass BA 4678-82 · € 3.95 Already published

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© 1969 by G. Henle Verlag, München-Duisburg

In this Concerto in C major the soloist is accompanied purely by a string orchestra, a scoring which can be mastered easily, even by amateur ensembles. Continuing Bärenreiter’s collaboration with the Henle publishing company in the areas of large vocal compositions, operas and symphonic works, the edition of this violin concerto is based on the Henle Complete Edition of the Works of Joseph Haydn. The complete London and Paris symphonies as well as several Sturm und Drang symphonies are already available. All works appear with a full score and performance material on sale in a large format. • Urtext from the Henle Complete Edition of the Works of Joseph Haydn

ISMN 979-0-006-50208-0

• Charming violin concerto where the accompaniment can also be mastered by amateurs 9 790006 502080

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Strings

The only complete edition Antonio Vivaldi’s twelve concertos op. 4, known as La Stravaganza, were written around 1714. They were first published by Roger & La Cene in 1723 and appeared in two books, each with six concertos. Another edition of just six of the twelve concertos followed in 1728, issued by the English publishing house Walsh. Walsh’s edition included concertos nos. 1, 2, and 4 from book one, nos. 9 and 11 from book two and a concerto not found in the Roger & La Cene first edition, namely a variant of the fourth concerto, RV 291. This new scholarly-critical edition of La Stravaganza, edited by the acclaimed conductor and musicologist Christopher Hogwood, is the only complete edition presently available. In addition to the twelve concertos that have come down to us in the Roger & La Cene edition, Bärenreiter’s edition includes both the alternate version of the fourth concerto (book one) as found in the 1728 Walsh edition as well as an alternate version of the sixth concerto (book one) that survives in a set of manuscript parts. This is a must for violinists, orchestras and libraries. • The only complete edition of La Stravaganza available today • Large format orchestral parts (25.5 x 32.5 cm) with impeccable layout

Antonio Vivaldi: La Stravaganza op. 4 12 Concertos for Violin, Orchestra and Basso continuo

• Informative introduction (Ger/Eng) and a Critical Commentary BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Christopher Hogwood Piano reduction by Andreas Köhs

(Eng)

To appear in December 2014 Libro Primo Score BA 7566 · approx. € 74.00

Libro Secondo Score BA 7567 · approx. € 74.00

Piano reduction BA 7566-90 · approx. € 29.95

Piano reduction BA 7567-90 · approx. € 29.95

Violin I BA 7566-74 · approx. € 8.95 Violin II BA 7566-75 · approx. € 8.95 Viola BA 7566-79 · approx. € 8.95 Basso BA 7566-82 · approx. € 5.95

Violin I BA 7567-74 · approx. € 8.95 Violin II BA 7567-75 · approx. € 8.95 Viola BA 7567-79 · approx. € 8.95 Basso BA 7567-82 · approx. € 8.95

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Strings

A standard work for violinists The School of Bowing Technique op. 2 is the second important violin tutor by Otakar Ševčík (1852–1934) and deals with the elementary technical demands of the right hand. Divided into three sections, the tutor contains more than 4,000 systematically arranged bowing exercises in increasing order of difficulty. This new edition of the School of Bowing Technique combines the original six volumes in groups of two. It is largely based on the first edition, published in the early 20th century, and on other sources from Ševčík’s estate. The editor, Jaroslav Foltýn, is a professor of violin at the Prague Conservatory, as was Ševčík himself. • New edition of a tutor that generations of violinists have grown up with • Fundamental work by a leading violin educator • Three volumes in increasing order of difficulty: easy – moderate – difficult • Methodological notes by the editor (Cz/Eng/Ger)

Already published:

Otakar Ševčík: School of Bowing Technique op. 2

Otakar Ševčík School of Violin Technique op. 1 Book 1: 1st Position, BA 9552 · € 7.50 Book 2: 2nd–7 th Position, BA 9553 · € 7.50 Book 3: Changing Positions, BA 9554 · € 7.50 Book 4: Exercises in Double Stops and Harmonics, BA 9555 · ��� 7.50

Edited by Jaroslav Foltýn Book 1: BA 9591 · approx. € 9.95 (replaces H 296 and H 259) Book 2: BA 9592 · approx. € 9.95 (replaces H 874 and H 4217)

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Book 3: BA 9593 · approx. € 9.95 9 790260 107243

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To complement the Sassmannshaus Early Start on the Viola method, Bärenreiter offer a selection of recital pieces tailored to this educational concept. This edition presents 14 pieces covering a wide stylistic spectrum, giving viola players a rich body of appealing concert pieces to choose from. The works are arranged in increasing order of difficulty, the cornerstones being two works by Georg Eduard Goltermann; his technically simple Andante religioso and his demanding Adagio and Tarantella. Works by Kalliwoda, FaurÊ, Grieg, Dvořåk, amongst others, are included. • 14 recital pieces presented in increasing order of difficulty • Wide range of styles included The editor Kurt Sassmannshaus is a violinist and viola player, a professor of violin in Cincinnati (OH) and a promoter of violin teaching with projects in Germany, China and the United States. He continues the work of his father Egon Sassmannshaus, who set new standards with the Sassmannshaus string methods.

Concert Pieces for Viola and Piano Edited by Kurt Sassmannshaus Viola part with enclosed piano accompaniment BA 9697 ¡ approx. ₏ 19.95 To appear in October 2014 ISMN 979-0-006-49410-1

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From the contents: Edvard Grieg: Ballade Julius Klengel: Erhebung und Trost (Elevation and Consolation) Wenzel Kalliwoda: Notturno (nos. 2, 4, 6) Gabriel FaurĂŠ: Sicilienne and Berceuse Georg Goltermann: Adagio and Tarantella New Issue Title Henrik Wieniawski: RĂŞverie

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Chamber Music

A work of Dvořák’s youth

Antonín Dvořák: String Quartet No. 2 in B-flat major (B 17) Edited by Antonín Pokorný and Karel Šolc Parts BA 9540 · approx. € 24.95 (replaces H 3439) Study score TP 540 · approx. € 18.95 (replaces H 3440) To appear in October 2014

Like Dvořák’s third and fourth quartets (in D major and E minor respectively), String Quartet No. 2 in B-flat major was probably composed between 1868 and 1870, when the young and still inexperienced composer was openly responding to stimuli from his musical surroundings and excitedly adopting new compositional techniques. All three quartets were long considered lost; it was even said that Dvořák destroyed them. But copies of the parts resurfaced in the archive of the Prague Conservatory and have served as the principal source for this new publication. This edition presents the musical text from the Antonín Dvořák Complete Edition, together with a new foreword by Hartmut Schick.

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• Musical text based on the Antonín Dvořák Complete Edition, volume IV/5

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Chamber Music

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Johannes Brahms: Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano after the Sextet in B-flat major op. 18 Arranged by Theodor Kirchner

© 2014 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel

BÄRENREITER URTEXT In addition to Bärenreiter’s scholarly-critical editions of Brahms’ trios, an arrangement of Brahms’ String Sextet op. 18 for piano trio by his contemporary and friend Theodor Kirchner is now being published. Simrock, Brahms’ publisher, issued it in 1883. Brahms responded to the arrangement of his sextet with total enthusiasm and praise for the skills of his friend Kirchner. Christopher Hogwood’s scholarly-critical edition includes an introduction which sheds light not just on the history of the arrangement and its validity in its own right, but also on Kirchner and his relationship to Brahms. • A much welcomed edition to the piano trio literature • Includes an informative introduction (Eng/Ger) and a Critical Commentary (Eng)

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Edited by Christopher Hogwood BA 9441 · approx. € 29.95 To appear in August 2014

Works by Brahms already published: Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano op. 87 BA 9436 · € 22.95 Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano op. 101 BA 9437 · € 19.95 Trio for Violin, Horn (Viola or Violoncello) and Piano op. 40 BA 9435 · € 26.95 Trio for Clarinet (Viola), Violoncello and Piano op. 114 New Issue BA 9438 · €Title 20.95

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Study Scores

Reference work for violinists

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Works for Violin and Orchestra BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Christoph-Hellmut Mahling With an introduction (Ger/Eng) by Gudula Schütz TP 325 · € 29.95 Already published

Based on the Urtext of the New Mozart Edition, this new study score unites the five violin concertos and the 3 single movements for violin from the pen of Mozart in one thoroughly reliable study score. A new historical introduction by Gudula Schütz provides valuable additional information. Full scores, piano reductions and performance material to all works included in the study score are readily available. This new edition will replace the following study scores: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra no. 1 K. 207, TP 270 Concerto for Violin and Orchestra no. 2 K. 211, TP 271

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9 790006 205349

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These study scores will continue to be available: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra no. 3 K. 216, TP 272 Concerto for Violin and Orchestra no. 4 K. 218, TP 273 Concerto for Violin and Orchestra no. 5 K. 219, TP 20

Study Scores

Study score to Debussy’s masterpiece

Claude Debussy: La Mer Trois esquisses symphoniques BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Following the recent publication of the full score and performance material to Debussy’s La Mer (BA 7880), Bärenreiter now presents the study score edition of this “impressionistic” masterpiece. The new scholarly-critical edition draws on several important sources previously unavailable to musicologists, resulting in an array of new readings and corrections. In addition, there are many changes, a.o. in terms of articulation and dynamics. This new edition includes the famous “fanfare” in Movement III, clearly marked in small print and brackets. This fanfare was excised in the 1910 reissue of the work, but was reinstated by a number of great conductors who knew Debussy, i.e. Monteux, Münch, Mitropoulos and Ansermet. They felt that the excision was a misunderstanding and that the fanfare was necessary for the structure of the movement. And so, the Bärenreiter edition presents the revival of a performing tradition which is committed to the fanfare. • New Urtext edition with numerous corrections in comparison to other editions • Important sources which were previously inaccessible have been taken into account

Edited by Douglas Woodfull-Harris TP 780 · approx. € 15.95 To appear in November 2014

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Orchestra

A welcome addition to the orchestral repertoire 1.

Pavane op. 50

G. Fauré

Gabriel Fauré: Pavane op. 50 BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Robin Tait Score BA 7887 · approx. € 12.95 Wind set BA 7887-65 · approx. € 18.95 Violin I BA 7887-74 Violin II BA 7887-75 Viola BA 7887-79 Violoncello BA 7887-82 Double bass BA 7887-85

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© 2013 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel

Bärenreiter’s new scholarly-critical edition of Gabriel Fauré’s evergreen, the Pavane op. 50, has been edited by Robin Tait as part of the Complete Works of Gabriel Fauré. The popularity of the work is mostly attributed to its many arrangements but the original version for orchestra is being published here for the first time. Shortly after completing the orchestral work, Fauré began work on a version for choir, which was actually premiered before the orchestral version. This new Bärenreiter edition offers conductors and orchestras a reliable Urtext edition of the Pavane’s original orchestral version which will surely enhance symphonic concert programmes everywhere. • First edition of the original version for orchestra • Urtext based on the Complete Works of Gabriel Fauré

ISMN 979-0-006-53428-9

• Large format orchestral parts (25.5 x 32.5 cm)

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Woodwind

A new addition to the clarinetists’ repertoire

Leoš Janáček: Sonata for Clarinet and Piano (after the Sonata for Violin and Piano)

This arrangement of the well-known violin sonata is based on the volume of the Complete Critical Edition of the Works of Leoš Janáček (Series E/1–2). The Israeli clarinetist Shirley Brill, who teaches at the Hanns Eisler School of Music Berlin, has arranged the work for her instrument with a sensitive ear for the sound quality of the original composition. Her version displays the specific potential of the clarinet to good advantage; in a few passages it proved necessary to adapt the piano accompaniment. The arrangement was commissioned for the International Janáček Competition 2014 in Brno (Czech republic).

Arranged by Shirley Brill Score with part BA 9581 · approx. € 17.95 To appear in September 2014

• Janáček’s masterpiece in a convincing arrangement for clarinet • Foreword by the arranger (Eng/Cz/Ger)

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Solo Voice

Schumann’s famous song cycle Frauenliebe und Leben op. 42

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Schumann’s song cycle Frauenliebe und Leben, on poems by Adelbert von Chamisso, deals with the trauma of a woman who loses the man who was her first love and the guiding light of her life. Schumann himself completed what is perhaps his most unified song cycle in blissful anticipation of his union with Clara Wieck. This new edition presents the work on the basis of the first print, using Schumann’s autograph for purposes of consultation. The alternative readings in the autograph vocal part also give singers valuable tips for a nuanced delivery of the words. • Original edition for medium voice • Comprehensive bilingual foreword (Ger/Eng) and Critical Commentary (Ger) • The song texts are printed separately and include English translations taken from Richard Stokes’ publication

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The Book of Lieder

Vocal Scores / Opera

Schubert’s knightly drama

Franz Schubert: Fierabras (D 796) Heroic-romantic opera in three acts Libretto by Josef Kupelwieser BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Composed in 1823, Franz Schubert’s Fierabras is a “number opera” with spoken dialogue in the manner of opéra comique. It is based on the medieval legends associated with Charlemagne, including that of Eginhard and Emma, and draws on the old French heroic epic (chanson de geste). Schubert’s masterpiece will receive its premiere at the 2014 Salzburg Festival in a Peter Stein staging with Ingo Metzmacher conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. The production will use the new Bärenreiter performance material.

Edited by Thomas A. Denny and Christine Martin Piano reduction by Hans Schellevis Vocal score (Ger) BA 5557-90 · approx. € 64.00 Performance material available on hire. To appear in December 2014

• Urtext edition based on the New Schubert Edition • Detailed foreword (Ger/Eng) by Christine Martin, including information on the work’s genesis, reception and performance

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history • Uncluttered idiomatic piano reduction 9 790006 544479

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Gluck’s “Tragédie à la greque”

Christoph Willibald Gluck: Iphigénie en Tauride (Paris version 1779) Tragédie en quatre actes Libretto by Nicolas-François Guillard after the tragedy by Claude Guimond de La Touche BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Gerhard Croll Piano reduction by Jürgen Sommer German translation by Peter Schmidt Vocal score (Fr/Ger) BA 5847-90 · approx. € 46.95 (replaces BA 2287-90)

Christoph Willibald Gluck’s four-act opera on “the curse of the Tantalides” is based on a tragedy by the ancient Greek dramatist Euripides that was particularly popular in the 18 th century. Gluck’s setting received its highly successful premiere in 1779. Now Bärenreiter is publishing the meticulously revised, corrected and newly engraved vocal score which has been adapted to meet their current editorial standards. • Urtext edition based on the Gluck Complete Edition

Performance material available on hire To appear in October 2014

• Judiciously modernized and newly engraved • Detailed foreword (Ger/Fr/Eng) by the editorial board of the Gluck Complete Edition • Well presented idiomatic piano reduction

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Gluck’s “German Iphigenia”

Christoph Willibald Gluck: Iphigenie auf Tauris (Vienna version 1781)

Following the rousing success of Iphigénie en Tauride, Gluck arranged this popular drama of human passions, guilt and unconditional friendship for the Vienna Burgtheater anew, premiered in 1781. Especially remarkable is his masterly orchestration, which turns natural events into agents in the plot and projects a striking contrast between civilization and the savagery of nature. Now Bärenreiter is publishing the meticulously revised, corrected and newly engraved vocal score which has been adapted to meet their current editorial standards. • Urtext edition based on the Gluck Complete Edition • Judiciously modernized and newly engraved • Detailed foreword (Ger/Eng) by the editorial board

Musical drama in four acts by Nicolas-François Guillard after the tragedy by Claude Guimond de La Touche German version by Johann Baptist von Alxinger and Christoph Willibald Gluck BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Gerhard Croll Piano reduction by Heinz Moehn Vocal score (Ger) BA 5843-90 · approx. € 46.95 (replaces BA 2281-90) Performance material available on hire To appear in September 2014 ISMN 979-0-006-55871-1

of the Gluck Complete Edition • Idiomatic uncluttered piano reduction 9 790006 558711

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“… an Italian poem without bombast or frippery” JOSEPH VON SONNENFELS

Christoph Willibald Gluck: Alceste (Vienna version 1767) Tragedia per Musica Libretto by Ranieri de’ Calzabigi BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Gerhard Croll Piano reduction by Hans Schellevis German translation by Walther Dürr Vocal score (Ital/Ger) BA 5844-90 · approx. € 54.00 (replaces BA 2292-90) Performance material available on hire

Following an official period of mourning for the Archduchess Maria Josepha, the Burgtheater reopened in 1767 with the premiere of Gluck’s Alceste. As in ancient Greek tragedy, Gluck attached great importance to the unity of the whole and the interplay of all elements including costumes and stage sets. He was also especially concerned with integrating the choir into the action on stage. • Urtext edition based on the Gluck Complete Edition • Detailed foreword (Ger/Eng) by the editorial board of the Gluck Complete Edition • Idiomatic well presented piano reduction

To appear in November 2014

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To appear in September 2014:

Christoph Willibald Gluck: Alceste (Paris version 1776) Tragédie-opéra en trois actes Libretto by Marie François Louis Gand-Leblanc Bailli du Roullet after Ranieri de’ Calzabigi BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Rudolf Gerber Piano reduction by Hans Vogt German translation by Rudolf Gerber Vocal score (Fr/Ger) BA 5848-90 · € 46.95  (replaces BA 2291-90) • Revised and newly engraved Urtext edition based on the Gluck Complete Edition • French libretto with singable translation in German • Trilingual foreword (Ger/Fr/Eng) • Clear performer-friendly piano reduction ISMN 979-0-006-55876-6

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Already published:

Christoph Willibald Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice (Vienna version 1762) Azione teatrale per musica in three acts Libretto by Ranieri de’ Calzabigi BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Anna Amalie Abert and Ludwig Finscher Piano reduction by Heinz Moehn German translation by Hans Swarowsky Vocal score (Ital/Ger) BA 5845-90 · € 32.95  (replaces BA 2294-90)

Orphée et Euridice (Paris version 1774) Tragédie-opéra (Drame héroïque) in three acts Libretto by Pierre-Louis Moline after Ranieri de’ Calzabigi BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Ludwig Finscher Piano reduction by Jürgen Sommer German translation by Hans Swarowsky Vocal score (Fr/Ger) New Issue Title BA 2282-90 · € 42.50

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Organ

Edition based on ... Louis Vierne (1870–1937) raised the organ symphony to its stylistic zenith. One of his pupils, Marcel Dupré, was the teacher of Thierry Escaich, who assisted in the editing of this volume. Symphony No. 5, the largest of Vierne’s six organ symphonies, was full of misprints in its first edition. Our edition takes the composer’s autograph as its fehlt principal source. Unlike previous editions, Helga NB Schauerte-Maubouet has also drawn on a fragmentary handwritten errata list as a secondary source, allowing her to verify Vierne’s late alterations to details in the autograph.

Louis Vierne: L’Œuvre d’Orgue Complete Organ Works, Volume V: Symphony No. 5 op. 47 BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Helga Schauerte-Maubouet with the assistance of Thierry Escaich, Jean-Pierre Mazeirat and Rollin Smith BA 9225 · approx. € 28.95 To appear in September 2014 No distribution rights for France, Italy and Spain

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... new source material

Already published: Louis Vierne Organ Works Volume I: Symphony No. 1, op. 14 BA 9221 · € 24.95 Volume II: Symphony No. 2, op. 20 BA 9222 · € 24.95 Volume III: Symphony No. 3, op. 28 BA 9223 · € 22.95 Volume VI: Symphony No. 6, op. 59 BA 9226 · € 26.95 Pièces de Fantaisie en quatre suites: Volume VII, Part 1: Livre I, Nos. 1–6, op. 51 BA 9227 · € 19.95 Volume VII, Part 2: Livre II, Nos. 7–12, op. 53 BA 9228 · € 22.95 Volume VII; Part 3: Livre III, Nos. 13–18, op. 54 BA 9229 · € 22.95 Volume VII, Part 4: Livre IV, Nos. 19–24, op. 55 BA 9230 · € 22.95

Her foreword also sheds light on the biographical background and explains the work’s genesis in great detail. Using previously unpublished letters, she has been able, for the first time, to provide exact dates for each movement. • New source material used for the first time • Detailed comprehensive foreword (Fr/Ger/Eng) on the work’s genesis and notes on performance practice

Pièces en style libre pour orgue ou harmonium: Volume VIII, Part 1: Livre I, Nos. 1–12, op. 31 BA 9235 · € 22.95 Volume VIII, Part 2: Livre II, Nos. 13–24, op. 31 BA 9236 · € 24.95

• Full Critical Commentary (Fr/Eng/Ger) • Many illustrations and facsimile pages

Volume IX: Masses and Isolated Liturgical Works BA 9237 · €Title 29.95 New Issue

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Works for organ and brass ensemble

ORGAN PLUS BRASS Arrangements for Brass Choir and Organ Volume IV: Cathedral Sounds Charles Villiers Stanford, Arrangements for Brass Choir and Organ Edited by Carsten Klomp and Heiko Petersen Full score with inserted wind score in C BA 11204 · approx. € 13.95 Wind score in C BA 11204-51 · approx. € 5.95 Individual parts: Trumpet 1 in Bb BA 11204-52 · approx. € 2.25 Trumpet 2 in Bb BA 11204-53 · approx. € 2.25 Trombone 1 in C BA 11204-58 · approx. € 2.25 Trombone 2 in C BA 11204-59 · approx. € 2.25 Horn in F BA 11204-89 · approx. € 2.25

The organ plus brass series presents original works and arrangements for organ and brass choir specially tailored to meet the needs of amateur ensembles and non-professional organists. The pieces may be played by any constellation of brass ensemble. Volume IV contains arrangements of church music by Charles Villiers Stanford, both chorale-based and freely composed. The original works for choir and organ can be appropriately transferred to the festive scoring for brass ensemble and organ.

• Repertoire for brass ensemble and organ • Suitable for amateur ensembles and non-professional church musicians • A variety of instrumental parts allow many performance options

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BA 11204 9 790006 558629

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Book on Music

Contemporary performance techniques for the guitar This book, co-written by guitarist Seth F. Josel and composer Ming Tsao, provides a comprehensive survey of contemporary performance techniques on the classical guitar. It was inspired by a new generation of solo guitarists whose extraordinary technical and virtuosic skills have paved the way for a new understanding of instrumental performance practice. Detailed explanations are given for the instrument’s technical potential within the historical context of traditional guitar technique. Composers will be interested in the in-depth analyses of contemporary guitar literature, featuring many examples of chamber and ensemble music. Four main chapters describe: • Techniques of the right and left hands • Special harmonies and percussive techniques • The main instruments of the guitar family and their potential • Possible ways of notating contemporary guitar literature The examples discussed in the book are complemented by an enclosed CD and detailed charts on multiphonics, bitones, and percussion techniques. Seth F. Josel is among the leading figures of his generation in modern guitar performance and has taken part in the premieres of more than 100 works as a soloist and ensemble member. A regular guest at Europe’s major contemporary music festivals, he has worked with composers of the stature of Mauricio Kagel, Helmut Lachenmann, Tristan Murail and James Tenney and has played with such leading orchestras and ensembles as the New York Philharmonic, the BBC Symphony Orchestra and the Berlin Staatskapelle. From 1991 to 2000 he was a permanent member of the Ensemble musikFabrik. Today he lives in Berlin. Ming Tsao (b. Berkeley, CA, 1966) is professor of composition at Gothenburg University. His compositions have been performed amongst others by the Arditti Quartet, ensemble recherche and the Stuttgart Opera (premiere of Die Geisterinsel in 2011). He is regularly involved in the Donaueschingen Festival, the Witten Days of New Chamber Music, the Darmstadt Contemporary Music Holiday Courses and Wien Modern. His works are published by C.F. Peters (Frankfurt am Main and Leipzig). He, too, lives in Berlin.

Seth F. Josel, Ming Tsao: The Techniques of Guitar Playing (English text) approx. 250 pages; paperback with CD BVK 2243 · approx. € 49.95 To appear in August 2014

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