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Verdi: Messa da Requiem BA 7590 .............................................................................. 3 Mozart: Missa in C major Sparrow Mass K. 220 (196b). Arranged for female choir SMAA BA 5693 ...............................................................................4 Martin: Mass for Double Choir a cappella BA 7594 ............................................................................... 5

ŠevČik: School of Violin Technique op. 1 Volume 1: BA 9552 / Volume 2: BA 9553 ................ 20 Bodunov: Advanced Violin Duos. BA 10903 ................. 21 Dvořák: Romantic Pieces for Violin and Piano op. 75. BA 9576 ...............................................................22 Bach: Concerto in A minor for Violoncello, Strings and Basso continuo after BWV 593. BA 5136-90.......................................................................23 Dvořák: String Quintet in G major op. 77 BA 9577, TP 577 .............................................................. 24

Piano Beethoven: Concerto No. 3 in C minor for Pianoforte and Orchestra op. 37. BA 9023-90 ............................ 6 Brahms: Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel op. 24. BA 9607 ........................................... 7 Bach: Goldberg Variations BWV 988. Fourth Part of the Clavier Übung. BA 10848 ..................................8 Schulhoff: Jazz Pieces for Piano BA 9559 .............................................................................. 9 Schubert: Fantasies for Piano BA 10862...........................................................................10 Schubert: Fantasy in C major for Piano op. 15 – D 760 Wanderer Fantasy. BA 10870 .......................... 11 Smetana: Vltava for piano duet. BA 9549 .................... 12 Satie: 3 Morceaux en forme de Poire for Piano Duet BA 10809 ...........................................................................13

Contemporary Music .........................................25 Solo Voice Schubert: Lieder for Voice and Piano Volume 7: BA 9107 / BA 9127 / BA 9147 .................. 26 Mozart: Concert Arias for Tenor. BA 9184 .....................27 Mozart: Concert Arias for Bass. BA 9185 .......................27

Woodwind Mussorgsky: Night on Bald Mountain for Woodwind Quintet. BA 8608 ............................ 28 Ostermeier, Voit: Klezmer for Clarinet and Piano BA 10616 .......................................................................... 29

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Mozart: Piano Concerto in C minor K. 491 ISBN 978-3-7618-1927-2 ........................................... 14–15 Bach: St. Matthew Passion BWV 244 ISBN 978-3-7618-2294-4 ............................................... 16 Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik K. 525 ISBN 978-3-7618-2282-1 ................................................. 16

Smetana: Vltava. BA 9558 ................................................... 30 Debussy: La Mer. BA 7880 ................................................. 31 Bach: Concertos for Harpsichord BWV 1052-1058 BA 5224–5230 .................................................................32 Haydn: Symphony in B major Hob. I: 46 BA 10974 ........................................................................... 33

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Complete Editions ................................................ 34

Enjoy the Organ 2. BA 11208 .............................................. 17 Bunk: Complete Organ Works VI. BA 9286 ................... 18 Bach: Organ Works, Volume 4. BA 5264 ........................ 19

Bärenreiter Notes .................................................. 35

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Famous work in a new light

Giuseppe Verdi: Messa da Requiem BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Marco Uvietta Piano reduction by Andrea Campora

In this new scholarly-critical edition of the Messa da Requiem, the editor, on the basis of all available sources, succeeds in presenting practical suggestions to solve musical problems and those concerning the interpretation of this famous work. A hitherto unexamined handwritten reduction for voice and piano casts a new light on the evaluation of several known sources and leads to new philological and editorial decisions. This edition presents a detailed Critical Commentary as well as a preface on the genesis and history of the work. In addition the preface includes a short section on the most important editions published in the 19th century and compares them with regard to problematic passages in the work and the suggestions they made to solve musical problems.

Score BA 7590 · approx. € 85.00 Vocal score (Lat) BA 7590-90 · approx. € 14.95 Wind set BA 7590-65 · approx. € 94.00 Violin I BA 7590-74 · approx. € 7.95 Violin II BA 7590-75 · approx. € 7.95 Viola BA 7590-79 · approx. € 7.95 Violoncello BA 7590-82 · approx. € 7.95 Double bass BA 7590-85 · approx. € 7.95 To appear in June 2014

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• Verdi’s monumental work in a Bärenreiter Urtext edition • Trilingual preface (Ital/Eng/Ger)

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Bärenreiter Female Choir: Mozart’s Sparrow Mass

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Missa in C major Sparrow Mass, K. 220 (196b) Arranged for female choir (SMAA) by Heribert Breuer Bärenreiter Female Choir series Full score BA 5693 · approx. € 17.95 Vocal score (Lat) BA 5693-90 · approx. € 9.95 Wind set BA 5693-65 · approx. € 7.95 The vocal score is compatible with the performance material of the original work, BA 5343. To appear in May 2014 ISMN 979-0-006-52339-9

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Mozart’s Missa in C major (K. 220), nicknamed the Sparrow Mass for its frequently recurring characteristic motifs in the violins, has retained a firm place in the choral repertoire to the present day. Now it has been arranged for female choir and is appearing as part of the recently started Bärenreiter Female Choir series. Heribert Breuer has judiciously transferred the tenor and bass solos to the high voices and incorporated the original soprano and alto parts largely unchanged into the solo and chorus parts. He has thereby retained the work’s original substance while giving it a wholly new and delightful sound. Heribert Breuer was professor of choral conducting and music theory at Berlin University of the Arts until 2010. He is the founder and director of the Berlin Bach Akademie and has made a name for himself with his many arrangements of works from Bach to Schubert. • Arrangement for female choir (SMAA) based on the Urtext of the New Mozart Edition • Idiomatic piano reduction

Works by Mozart already published in the Bärenreiter Female Choir series: Missa brevis in D K. 194 Vocal score (Lat) BA 5690-90 · € 8.75 Missa in C maj Coronation Mass K. 317 Vocal score (Lat) BA 5691-90 · € 8.95 Score BA 5691 · € 30.95 “… perfectly crafted and well thought-out arrangements with easily manageable vocal ranges” (Musik und Kirche)

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Frank Martin's style of composition is characterized by elements of French Impressionism, modern tonality and expressive musical language. His double choir a cappella mass was composed between 1922 and 1926 but it was not performed until 1963 in Hamburg. It has been a great favourite with capable choirs since its first publication by Bärenreiter in 1972 (BA 5419). It can be performed equally well in the concert hall and the church.

BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Antje Wissemann Performing score (Lat) BA 7594 · approx. € 11.50 (replaces BA 5419) To appear in March 2014

This first ever Urtext edition is based on the autograph score as well as on previously disregarded preliminary studies. The preface and Critical Commentary provide an insight into the genesis and history of the work. The larger format ensures a clearly improved readability. • First Urtext edition of Frank Martin’s masterwork ISMN 979-0-006-54305-2

• Newly engraved in a larger format (23 x 30 cm) • Preface (Ger/Eng) and Critical Commentary (Eng)

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Now extensively corrected

Ludwig van Beethoven: Concerto No. 3 in C minor for Pianoforte and Orchestra, op. 37 BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Jonathan Del Mar Score BA 9023 · approx. € 34.95 Critical Commentary (in preparation) BA 9023-40 · approx. € 44.95 Violin I BA 9023-74 · approx. € 4.50 Violin II BA 9023-75 · approx. € 4.50 Viola BA 9023-79 · approx. € 4.50 Violoncello / Double Bass BA 9023-82 · approx. € 4.50 Wind set BA 9023-65 · approx. € 49.95 Piano reduction BA 9023-90 · approx. € 21.95 To appear in March 2014

Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 is the only concerto where no authentic manuscript exists for the solo part. The autograph of the score is available whereby the articulation, dynamics and pedal markings are for the most part absent. However, Beethoven oversaw the first printed edition of the solo part (1804) with great diligence. Plate corrections bear witness to the care with which Beethoven placed slurs and pedal markings in order to be consistent and unambiguous. By means of a thorough examination of the sources this new Urtext edition presents many corrections in terms of articulation, dynamics and notes. In particular, the orchestral parts have been corrected for the first time since Beethoven’s lifetime. • Urtext edition reflecting the latest musicological research

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• With many corrections in the solo part and orchestral parts • Piano reduction with a separate solo piano part

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• A must for pianists, orchestras and Beethoven scholars

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Johannes Brahms: Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel op. 24 BĂ„RENREITER URTEXT

    

Christian KÜhn is a pianist with a deep understanding of Brahms’ piano music. Now he has edited a new Urtext edition of Brahms’ variations (1861) on an eight-bar theme from Handel’s Keyboard Suite No. 1 (Suite de pièces de Clavecin, Vol. 2). KÜhn has drawn on every available source and incorporated the most recent musicological discoveries. With his fingering, a well-presented layout and optimum page turns, the volume meets all the demands of a practical performing edition. A detailed foreword illuminates the work’s genesis and sources while presenting valuable information on contemporary performance practice. This scholarly-critical edition of the Handel Variations adds a central work to Bärenreiter’s comprehensive series of Brahms’ piano music in Urtext editions.

Edited by Christian KÜhn with fingering and suggestions on performance practice BA 9607 ¡ approx. ₏ 11.50 To appear in May 2014

• Urtext edition based on all known sources and the latest ISMN 979-0-006-53061-8

musicological findings • With optimum page turns • Informative foreword (Ger/Eng) and Critical Commentary (Eng)

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A challenging work

Johann Sebastian Bach: Goldberg Variations Fourth Part of the Clavier Übung BWV 988 BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Christoph Wolff with fingering by Ragna Schirmer BA 10848 · approx. € 10.95 To appear in April 2014

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Bach’s Goldberg Variations have remained a challenge for every harpsichord player and pianist to the present day. One special problem with performances on a modern piano is that Bach wrote this work for a two-manual harpsichord. Ragna Schirmer’s fingering offers the most convenient solutions for the many crossings of the hands necessary on the piano. She also took the engraving of the original print of 1741 as an important guide for dividing the parts between the hands. • Scholarly-critical Urtext performing edition based on the New Bach Edition

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• With fingering for performance on modern pianos as well as a commentary regarding the fingering • Division of parts between the hands based on Bach’s original print

Also available: Goldberg Variations BWV 988 Fourth Part of the Clavier Übung Edition without fingering New Issue BA 5162 · € Title 10.95

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Ragna Schirmer has already provided fingering for the Bärenreiter edition of Bach’s Six Partitas: First Part of the Clavier Übung (BA 5247).

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First Urtext edition

Erwin Schulhoff: Jazz Pieces for Piano BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Michael Kube BA 9559 · approx. € 42.95

Erwin Schulhoff was a German-speaking composer who was born in Prague in 1894 and died in the Nazi concentration camp in Wülzburg (Bavaria) in 1942. In the 1920s he returned to his native Prague to teach at the local conservatory. His compositions, with their blend of traditional genres, jazz syncopations, dance rhythms and moderately expanded tonality, were fully attuned to the tenor of the times. This edition contains five of Schulhoff’s piano cycles with a total of thirty-five jazz-inflected pieces ranging from the relatively easy Esquisses de jazz (1927) to the fairly demanding Cinq Études de jazz (1926). This is the first Urtext edition of this music and draws on the original prints comparing them with the surviving handwritten sources. Errors have been corrected and distinctive traits of Schulhoff’s notation retained.

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Contents Partita (1922) Cinq Études de jazz op. 58 (1926) Esquisses de jazz: Six easy pieces op. 64 (1927) Hot Music: Ten syncopated etudes op. 67 (1928) Suite dansante en jazz op. 74 (1931)

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• First Urtext edition of these jazz-inspired pieces for piano • Foreword (Ger/Cz/Eng) and Critical Commentary (Eng)

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BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Walther Dßrr and David Goldberger With performance suggestions by Mario Aschauer BA 10862 ¡ approx. ₏ 17.95 To appear in June 2014 This new edition replaces the existing editions BA 5640 and BA 19101.

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Early evidence of Schubert’s interest in music of the past can be found in his Fantasy in C minor of 1811 (D 2 E), with its echoes of Mozart’s fantasy in the same key. A recurring motivic snippet in the virtuosic Graz Fantasy in C major (D 605 A), probably composed between 1818 and 1821, already foreshadows the monumental Wanderer Fantasy of 1822 (op. 15, D 760). Printed with spacious new engraving, BA 10862 unites Schubert’s great fantasies for solo piano in a single volume and presents the early work Fantasy in C minor for the first time in a scholarly-critical Urtext edition. It offers advanced pupils, students and professional pianists a richly varied, musically and technically thrilling addition to their repertoire. The edition features notes on performance practice, an informative preface, practical page turns and an elegant engraving. Contents Fantasy in C minor D 2 E Fantasy in C major D 605 A Graz Fantasy Fantasy in C major, op. 15 – D 760 Wanderer Fantasy

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Franz Schubert: Fantasy in C major, op. 15 – D 760 Wanderer Fantasy BÄRENREITER URTEXT

The most famous of the fantasies, the Wanderer Fantasy, now appears in a separate edition. The dedicatee of the Wanderer Fantasy, Emanuel Karl Count Liebenberg de Zsittin, exclaimed in despair, “The Devil should play this stuff!” Yet it wasn’t the Devil but Liszt – like Schumann a great admirer of the piece – who later arranged the Wanderer Fantasy for piano and orchestra and again for two pianos. It was also Liszt who gave the work the nickname it has retained to the present day.

Edited by Walther Dürr With performance suggestions by Mario Aschauer BA 10870 · approx. € 8.95 To appear in June 2014 This new edition replaces the existing edition BA 5640.

• Based on the Urtext of the New Schubert Edition • First scholarly-critical performing edition of the Fantasy in C minor (D 2 E) • Notes on performance practice (Ger/Eng) • Includes an informative foreword (Ger/Eng) and a Critical Commentary (Eng) ISMN 979-0-006-52582-9

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Vltava (The Moldau) is Smetana’s most famous and frequently performed tone poem. It was written between 20 November and 8 December 1874, but only in 1879-1880 with the completion of the entire cycle Må vlast, did the full score and his version for piano duet appear in print. In addition to the orchestral version, Hugh Macdonald’s new Urtext edition also includes the composer’s own version for piano duet. • Urtext edition with Primo and Secondo parts printed on facing pages • Clear and uncluttered engraving • Informative foreword (Eng/Cz/Ger) including a contribution

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by Smetana scholar Olga MojŞíťovå • Includes a detailed Critical Commentary (Eng)

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First Urtext edition of Satie’s brilliant ironic masterpiece Morceaux en forme de Poire

Erik Satie: 3 Morceaux en forme de Poire for Piano Duet (one piano – four hands)

In 1903, Satie composed his famous cycle for piano duet with the provocative and ambiguous title 3 Morceaux en forme de Poire. (In French, poire means “pear” but also “dimwit”). It is a detached and ironic commentary on the constraints of musical form. Now this cycle is being published in a scholarly-critical Urtext edition for the first time. Convenient page turns, a score format, translations of the French expression and tempo markings, Satie’s enigmatic introduction, performance suggestions by the Satie specialist Steffen Schleiermacher and a detailed foreword by the renowned musicologist Jens Rosteck make the study and performance of these pieces a true pleasure.

avec une Manière de Commencement, une Prolongation du même & Un En Plus, suivi d’une Redite BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Jens Rosteck with performance suggestions by Steffen Schleiermacher BA 10809 · approx. € 12.95 To appear in April 2014

• First scholarly-critical Urtext edition • Of an easy to moderate level of difficulty • Includes translations of all expression and tempo markings

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(Fr/Ger/Eng) • Detailed foreword (Ger/Eng) and Critical Commentary (Eng) Works by Satie already published: Ogives and Gymnopédies, BA 10806 · € 5.95 Gnossiennes (including No. 7 for the first time), BA 10807 · € 7.95

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Piano Concerto in C minor A fascinating insight into Mozart’s art of composition Musikbücher

Mozart’s Piano Concerto in C minor K.491 is one of his best-known works in the genre, not least because of the special character of its minor key (rarely encountered in Mozart’s music) and the dramatic contrast between the soloist and orchestra.

The 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 O scholarly commentary O attractive cover design O

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Equally unusual is the autograph manuscript. Here Mozart made an exception by producing sketches that he later enlarged and extensively revised for the score. On the one hand this allows us to retrace his creative process, on the other hand in some passages the definitive readings are almost illegible, especially in the piano part.

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This facsimile edition enables everyone to form their own opinion of the questionable passages. Mozart’s work appears here for the first time in a colour facsimile, making it possible to easily recognise the contrasting colours of ink.

The renowned Mozart scholar and pianist Robert Levin explains Mozart’s method of composition and guides the reader page by page through the autograph.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Piano Concerto in C minor, K. 491 Facsimile of the autograph score held at the Royal College of Music, London With a commentary by Robert Levin Documenta musicologica II:48 74 pp. of facsimile and approx. 40 pp. of commentary (Eng/Ger), half-leather binding BVK 1927 · approx. € 199.00 To appear in May 2014

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“I have never experienced such silence or seen an audience moved in this way” Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy

Johann Sebastian Bach St. Matthew Passion BWV 244 BÄRENREITER FACSIMILE

Facsimile of the autograph score in the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin – Preußischer Kulturbesitz. With a commentary by Christoph Wolff, Martina Rebmann and Barbara Schneider-Kempf (Eng/Ger). Documenta musicologica II,47. 168 pages of facsimile and 26 pages of commentary. Half-leather binding, hardback. ISBN 978-3-7618-2294-4 · € 348.00 · Already published

“... written with ease, but skillfully refined”

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Eine kleine Nachtmusik K. 525 BÄRENREITER FACSIMILE

Facsimile of the autograph. With a commentary by Wolfgang Rehm. 14 pages of facsimile (individually trimmed) and a 24-page accompanying booklet New Issue Title (Eng/Ger). Documenta musicologica II,46 presented in a handsome box ISBN 978-3-7618-2282-1 · € 179.00 · Already published New Publications 1/2014 · The Programme

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The second volume of Enjoy the Organ likewise offers eighteenthand nineteenth-century concert pieces suitable for performance on smaller instruments and capable of producing impressive results with a limited amount of practice time. These pieces are intended primarily for the amateur organist but can also be of interest to the professional who can use them as a starting point for improvisation.

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The volume contains Françoise Bossec’s Tambourin, Johann Georg Albrechtsberger’s Prelude and Fugue in C major, ThÊophile Stern’s Musikstßck zum Ausgang, Alphonse de Vilbac’s Communio sur Bellini, Nicolas-Joseph Wackenthaler’s Communion, Charles Stanford’s Prelude in F major, and other works.

• Collection of easy-to-play concert pieces • Ideal for amateur organists and church musicians • Also suitable for performance on smaller instruments

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First complete Urtext edition

Gerard Bunk: Complete Organ Works VI Works without opus number (final volume) BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Jan Boecker BA 9286 · approx. € 38.95 To appear in June 2014 ISMN 979-0-006-53720-4

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The complete edition of Bunk’s organ music comes to an end with the publication of volume VI which contains organ works of a primarily liturgical nature. The quality of the music can be compared with compositions by Max Reger and Sigfrid Karg-Elert. This Urtext edition, prepared by the composer’s grandson, is the result of a thorough study of the sources based on the latest findings of musical scholarship. Each volume includes a detailed foreword, a Critical Commentary, and many facsimiles and illustrations.

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Already published: Complete Organ Works I: BA 9281 · € 40.50 II: BA 9282 · € 40.50 III: BA 9283 · € 40.50 IV: BA 9284 · € 38.95 V: BA 9285 · € 40.50 BA 11219 · Full set Title Special price:New onlyIssue € 199.00

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Contents Wilhelmus van Nassouwe en Choral “Nun danket alle Gott” Kleine Fantasie über C.H.D.B. for organ or piano Chorale prelude Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme (trio for 2 manuals and pedals) 37 short chorale improvisations for liturgical use • First complete Urtext edition of Bunk’s organ works • Edited by the composer’s grandson • Detailed foreword and Critical Commentary for each volume (Ger/Eng) • Many facsimiles and illustrations

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The complete Bach organ works: A new generation of Urtext editions

Bärenreiter is launching a new generation of Urtext editions for Bach’s complete organ works based on the New Bach Edition (NBA) and the New Bach Edition-Revised (NBArev). The hallmarks will be detailed up-to-date prefaces and a newly engraved musical text with optimum page turns. A new feature will be links to the relevant autograph manuscripts in Bach Digital thereby ensuring quick access to the sources. This series of new Urtext editions are scheduled for completion in 2015 and will form the standard benchmark for this music. The first edition in the new series represents the revised second printing of the New Bach Edition volume BA 5033 (Series IV: Organ Works, Volume 4) as published in 2012. A new foreword by Christoph Wolff delves in detail into each work included in the volume, discussing the available sources and the current state of research. The edition draws on contemporary sources, which are used to describe details of performance practice. Links are provided to respective scholarly studies and the relevant autograph copies in Bach Digital.

Johann Sebastian Bach: Organ Works, Volume 4 Third Part of the Clavier Übung BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Manfred Tessmer with a new foreword by Christoph Wolff BA 5264 · approx. € 24.95 (replaces BA 5174) To appear in June 2014 ISMN 979-0-006-52304-7

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Ĺ evÄ?Ă­kâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s complete work covers every area of violin technique, from the most elementary level and special exercises concerning individual technical problems right through to analytical studies of the standard concertos. Today, more than 130 years later, his â&#x20AC;&#x153;Violin Schoolâ&#x20AC;? still numbers among the most important teaching methods for violinists. The new edition of Ĺ evÄ?Ă­kâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s School of Violin Technique op. 1, combines the original four volumes into two volumes. It is essentially based on the first edition published at the beginning of the twentieth century along with other sources from Ĺ evÄ?Ă­kâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s posthumous papers. Jaroslav FoltĂ˝n, violin professor at Prague Conservatory (like Ĺ evÄ?Ă­k at one time), has provided an accurate methodological commentary. These two volumes mark the launch of a series of new Bärenreiter publications of Ĺ evÄ?Ă­kâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s principal works.

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Appealing duets for advanced violinists Concerto grosso in re minore Allegro

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Vladimir Bodunov’s challenging duet arrangements make it possible to achieve a rich orchestral-like sound with only two instruments. He has taken great care to make the instruments equal in importance; the solo and accompaniment roles constantly alternate. These six classical pieces enable (prospective) music students, advanced or professional musicians to give impressive recitals and auditions or to leave a lasting impression at parties and celebrations. • Impressive show pieces for many occasions • Both instruments of equal standing

Contents • Concerto grosso in D minor (Vivaldi) • Toccata and Fugue in D minor (Bach) • Overture from The Marriage of Figaro (Mozart) • Overture from The Barber of Seville (Rossini) • Cavatina from The Barber of Seville (Rossini) • On the Beautiful Blue Danube (Strauss)

• Perfect for auditions, recitals, parties, and celebrations

The Author Vladimir Bodunov (b. 1981) comes from Belarus and lives in Erlangen. He is a composer-arranger who plays violin, piano, and musical saw.

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Standard repertoire for violin students

Antonín Dvořák: Romantic Pieces for Violin and Piano op. 75 Edited by Antonín Pokorný and Karel Šolc BA 9576 · approx. € 8.95 (replaces H 1903) To appear in February 2014

Composed in 1887, the Romantic Pieces op. 75 were originally intended for two violins and viola. Immediately after completing these four short pieces, Dvořák rewrote them for violin with piano accompaniment and published the new version that very year. This new edition presents the musical text from the Complete Edition of the Works of Antonín Dvořák with a new foreword by David Beveridge. The violin part contains fingering by Josef Micka.

• Standard literature for violin students • New foreword by Dvořák scholar David Beveridge (Eng/ Cz /Ger) • Violin part with fingering ISMN 979-0-2601-0717-5

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A major addition for cellists

Johann Sebastian Bach: Concerto in A minor for Violoncello, Strings and Basso continuo after BWV 593 Arranged by Joachim F. W. Schneider Johann Sebastian Bach’s famous concerto for organ BWV 593 is an arrangement of Antonio Vivaldi’s concerto op. 3 no. 8 from L’Estro Armonico for two solo violins, strings and basso continuo. Our new edition, in turn, is an arrangement of this organ concerto and has been scored for violoncello solo, strings and basso continuo. It was commissed for the renowned cellist Sol Gabetta who premiered it at the 2013 Bachwoche in Ansbach, a famous music festival in southern Germany.

Piano reduction BA 5136-90 · approx. € 14.95 Performance material available on demand To appear in March 2014

The composer and arranger Joachim F. W. Schneider provides an idiomatic arrangement and cellists will welcome this addition to their repertoire. • Arrangement of Bach’s organ concerto BWV 593

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Famous string quintet with double bass –¢²Œ˜ŸĆȱ”Ÿ’—Žȱ ȱž›ȱȦȱ›’—ȱž’—Žȱ’—ȱ ȱ–Š“˜›ȱȦȱ ›Ž’Œ‘šž’—ŽĴȱ Ȭž› I —˜—Ç—ȱŸ˜ì¤”ǰȱ˜™ǯȱŝŝ ’˜•’—˜ȱ

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© 2014 by Bärenreiter Praha

Dvořák’s String Quintet in G major op. 77, had five movements when it was premiered on 18 March 1876. Its second movement was the Intermezzo from his String Quartet in E minor (1870). Later Dvořák removed this movement from the quintet, expanded it, and published it as a separate Notturno for string orchestra op. 40. The Intermezzo is included in its original version in the appendix of the score. This edition is based on the Complete Edition of the Works of Antonín Dvořák, the principal source being the first edition of 1888, for which Dvořák subjected the work to revision.

• Dvořák’s famous quintet with double bass • New detailed foreword by Dvořák scholar David Beveridge ISMN 979-0-2601-0718-2

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(Eng/Cz/Ger) • Musical text based on the Complete Edition of the Works of Antonín Dvořák (series IV, vol. 8)

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Contemporary Music

New publications up to December 2013 Works for Hire

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Ľubica Čekovská Dorian Gray Opera in Three Acts Libretto by Kate Pullinger Based on Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray BA 11105-72

Beat Furrer Enigma I-IV and VI for mixed choir a cappella Text by Leonardo da Vinci from Profezie BA 11052

Beat Furrer strane costellazioni for large orchestra BA 11120-72 Beat Furrer la bianca notte for soprano, baritone and ensemble BA 11125-72 Philipp Maintz estudio horizontal music for large orchestra BA 11123-72

Rudolf Kelterborn 10 Duos for baritone and piano BA 11030 Rudolf Kelterborn 10 Duos for female voice and piano BA 11031 Charlotte Seither Haut terrain for 12-voice chamber choir BA 9398 (New revised edition with typesetted score) enigma Die Gruppen A-B-C-D sollen deutlich voneinander getrennt im Raum platziert werden <o> <e> kontinuierliche Veränderungen der Vokale <a> <o>

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Solo Voice

Schubert’s Lieder in Urtext Editions The new Urtext edition of Schubert’s lieder edited by Walther Dürr continues with volume 7, presented in separate volumes for high, medium, and low voice. This new volume contains the lieder that Schubert composed between May and August 1815, including his setting of Schiller’s ballad Die Bürgschaft (D 246). • Based on the Urtext of the New Schubert Edition • Clear, well-presented engraving • Foreword by Walther Dürr (Ger/Eng) on the genesis and history of the work as well as an explanation of the sources for each individual lied • Includes English translations of the lieder texts by Richard Wigmore

Franz Schubert: Lieder for Voice and Piano Volume 7 BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Walther Dürr BA 9107 High Voice To appear in May 2014 BA 9127 Medium Voice To appear in June 2014 BA 9147 Low Voice To appear in July 2014 Issue Price per volume: New approx. € Title 35.95

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Contents Die erste Liebe, D 182 / Die Sterbende, D 186 / Naturgenuss, D 188 / Die Mainacht, D 194 / Amalia, op. posth. 173, no. 1 / D 195 / An die Nachtigall, op. posth. 172, no. 3 / D 196 /An die Apfelbäume, wo ich Julien erblickte, D 197 / Seufzer, D 198 / Liebeständelei, D 206 / Der Liebende, D 207 / Die Nonne, D 208 (version 2) / Die Liebe, D 210 / Adelwohl und Emma, D 211 / Der Traum, op. posth. 172, no. 1 / D 213 / Die Laube, op. posth. 172, no. 2 / D 214 / Kolmas Klage, D 217 / Grablied, D 218 / Das Finden, D 219 / Der Abend, op. posth. 118, no. 2 / D 221 / Lieb Minna. Romanze, D 222 / Idens Nachtgesang, D 227 / Von Ida, D 228 / Die Täuschung, op. posth. 165, no. 4 / D 230 / Das Sehnen op. posth. 172, no. 4 / D 231 / Geist der Liebe, op. posth. 118, no. 1 / D 233 / Tischlied, op. posth. 188, no. 3 / D 234 / Abends unter der Linde, D 235 (1st setting) / Abends unter der Linde, D 237 (2nd setting, version 2) / Die Mondnacht, D 238 / Huldigung, D 240 / Alles um Liebe, D 241 / Winterlied, D deest / Die Bürgschaft, D 246 / Die Spinnerin, op. posth. 118, no. 6 / D 247 / Lob des Tokayers, op. posth. 118, no. 4 / D 248 / Das Mädchen aus der Fremde, D 117 (1st setting) / Das Mädchen aus der Fremde, D 252 (2nd setting) / Punschlied. Im Norden zu singen, D 253 / Der Gott und die Bajadere. Indische Legende, D 254 / Der Rattenfänger, D 255 / Der Schatzgräber, D 256 / Bundeslied, D 258 / Wonne der Wehmut, op. posth. 115, no. 2 / D 260 / Wer kauft Liebesgötter, D 261 (version 2) Appendix (lower transposition of three lieder only available for high voice) Die erste Liebe, D 182 / Die Liebe, D 210 / Die Spinnerin, op. posth. 118,6 / D 247

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Concert arias based on the New Mozart Edition These vocal scores of Mozart’s concert and insert arias are based on the New Mozart Edition (NMA). The musical text itself does not contain any practical references on performance aspects or suggestions on performance practice. However each volume is accompanied by a comprehensive supplement offering a general discussion on the execution of appoggiaturas and other subjects related to performance practice, multiple suggestions for the performance of cadenzas and lead-ins as well as suggestions for the ornamentation of the dal segno sections typically found in many of Mozart’s early arias. • Words underlaid in original language • All aria texts printed separately in German and English translation • Clear and uncluttered engraving, as all performance practice related issues are contained in the supplement Contents Concert Arias for Tenor Aria Va, dal furor portata K. 21 (19 c) Recitativo Or che il dover – Aria (Licenza) Tali e cotanti sono K. 36 (33i) Aria Si mostra la sorte K. 209 Aria buffa Con ossequio, con rispetto K. 210 Aria buffa Clarice cara mia sposa K. 256 Aria Se al labbro mio non credi K. 295 Aria (Rondo) Per pietà, non ricercate K. 420 Recitativo Misero! O sogno – Aria Aura, che intorno spiri K. 431 (425b) Concert Arias for Bass Recitativo Così dunque tradisci – Aria Aspri rimorsi atroci K. 432 (421a) Recitativo Alcandro, lo confesso – Aria Non sò d’onde viene K. 512 Aria Mentre ti lascio, oh figlia K. 513 Kriegslied Ich möchte wohl der Kaiser sein K. 539 Aria Un bacio di mano K. 541 Aria Per questa bella mano K. 612 Aria Io ti lascio, oh cara, addio K. Anh. 245 (621a)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Concert Arias BÄRENREITER URTEXT Compilation and preface by Thomas Seedorf Notes and suggestions on performance practice by Thomas Seedorf and Uwe Kremp Piano reductions by Christian Beyer

Concert Arias for Tenor BA 9184 · approx. € 23.95 To appear in June 2014

Concert Arias for Bass BA 9185 · approx. € 19.95 To appear in April 2014

Already published: Concert Arias for High Soprano, BA 9181 · € 28.95 Concert Arias for Soprano, BA 9182 · € 29.95 Concert Arias for Low Soprano and Contralto, BA 9183 · € 19.95

Performance material available on hire for each aria. ISMN 979-0-006-54133-1

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Attractive Wind Arrangement

Modest Mussorgsky: Night on Bald Mountain for Woodwind Quintet Arranged by Joachim Linckelmann Score and parts BA 8608 · approx. € 24.95 To appear in January 2014

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Night on Bald Mountain depicts a witches’ sabbath on St. John’s Day, the night between 23 and 24 June. Its sections present the infernal noise of ghostly voices, the chattering and quarreling of witches, the appearance of ghosts, the dance of witches and demons, the appearance of Satan, the adoration and Black Mass, and finally the pealing bells of the village church, announcing the break of day and thus the end of the witches’ sabbath.

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Whether intentionally or not, Mussorgsky actually finished the work on the eve of St. John’s Day (23 June 1867), after spending twelve days on its composition. Technically speaking, Joachim Linckelmann’s exciting version for wind quintet is the arrangement of an arrangement, as Mussorgsky’s symphonic poem is almost invariably heard in the familiar version by Rimsky-Korsakov. • Score and five parts • Moderate level of difficulty

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Bettina Ostermeier, Günter Voit: Klezmer for Clarinet and Piano Score with enclosed part BA 10616 · approx. € 13.95

Because the clarinet is such an important instrument in Klezmer music, these arrangements unveil the full spectrum of the AshkenaziJewish music-making in one fell swoop. The eight pieces exemplify a multitude of dancing and singing styles, with small ornaments and playing techniques (e.g. bent notes, melismas and chromatic runs) to impart the distinctive flavour of this music. The volume offers the possibility to interpret the pieces in a variety of ways, also offering scope for personal expression. The idiomatic piano part provides bold bass lines, typical harmonic progressions, countermelodies, and a considerable number of embellishments.

To appear in March 2014

• All the important stylistic features of Klezmer music • Authentic notation • Easy to medium level of difficulty From the contents: Chava, Shalom aleichem, Tants Istanbul, Odessa Bulgarish, Mazel tov, Fun Tashlik, Zol shoyn kumen die g′ule, The happy nigun

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Vltava (The Moldau) is Smetanaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most famous and frequently performed tone poem. It was written between 20 November and 8 December 1874, but only in 1879-1880, with the completion of the entire cycle MĂĄ vlast did it appear in print, when UrbĂĄnek issued it in full score and a version for piano duet. Owing to the large number of misprints in the UrbĂĄnek first edition, Hugh Macdonald has based his new edition on the autograph score, with cross-references to the first edition and the composerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own version for piano duet. Conflicting readings in the sources are listed in the Critical Commentary along with a discussion of all editorial decisions.

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Urtext edition with new readings

Claude Debussy: La Mer Trois Esquisses Symphoniques BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Douglas Woodfull-Harris La Mer, which is an impressionistic work through and through, was composed between 1903-1905. Debussy however refined this work up until at least 1913. These corrections are found in a score which Debussy gave to his wife as a present for her private library in 1913. This source has only recently come to light and has been evaluated for the very first time for this edition. The editor has also drawn on several other important sources which were previously unavailable or unknown. This scholarly-critical edition which is based on the latest musicogical research is an absolute must for conductors, orchestras and librarians.

Score BA 7880 · approx. € 87.00 Violin I BA 7880-74 · approx. € 7.95 Violin II BA 7880-75 · approx. € 7.95 Viola BA 7880-79 · approx. € 7.95 Violoncello BA 7880-82 · approx. € 7.95 Double bass BA 7880-85 · approx. € 7.95 Wind set BA 7880-65 · approx. € 120.00 To appear in March 2014

• Urtext edition with countless corrections and readings which deviate from existing editions

ISMN 979-0-006-52943-8

• Score and orchestral parts in large format (25.5 x 32.5cm) • Score and orchestral parts with an impeccable generous layout • Includes an informative introduction (Eng/Fr/Ger), facsimiles, source descriptions and a Critical Commentary (Eng)

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Orchestra

New scores to Bach’s harpsichord concertos

Johann Sebastian Bach: Concertos for Harpsichord BWV 1052-1058 BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Werner Breig BA 5224

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Scores

BA 5224 · approx. € 19.95

Concerto No. V in F minor BWV 1056 BA 5228 · approx. € 12.95

Concerto No. II in E major BWV 1053 BA 5225 · approx. € 17.95

Concerto No. VI in F major BWV 1057 BA 5229 · approx. € 24.95

Concerto No. I in D minor BWV 1052

Concerto No. III in D major BWV 1054 BA 5226 · approx. € 16.95

Concerto in G minor BWV 1058 BA 5230 · approx. € 15.95

Concerto No. IV in A major BWV 1055 BA 5227 · approx. € 15.95

To appear in January 2014

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These new scores to Bach’s ever popular harpsichord concertos complement the existing Bärenreiter piano reductions and orchestral performing materials. They are based on the corresponding New Bach Edition volume BA 5090 (Series VII/4) edited by Werner Breig. ISMN 979-0-006-49380-7

ISMN 979-0-006-49381-4

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Orchestra

One of Haydn’s Sturm und Drang symphonies

Joseph Haydn: Symphony in B major Hob. I: 46 URTEXT Edited by C.-G. Stellan Mörner Score BA 10974 · € 24.95 Haydn’s Sturm und Drang symphonies along with the London and the Paris symphonies belong to his most popular works today. The Sturm und Drang works contain not only masterpieces such as the already published Farewell Symphony and the Maria Theresia symphony but also gems such as the recently published La Passione symphony (2013) and now the Symphony in B major No. 46. The publication of this symphony represents a continuation of the collaboration between Bärenreiter and the Henle publishing company in the areas of large vocal compositions, operas and symphonic works. The Symphony in B major is based on the Henle Complete Edition of the Works of Joseph Haydn and is published with a full score and large format performing material on sale. • Haydn’s Sturm und Drang symphonies available in Urtext editions based on the Henle Complete Edition of the Works of Joseph Haydn • Orchestral parts available in a large format (25.5cm x 32.5 cm) Sturm und Drang symphonies already published: BA 10971, Farewell Symphony (No. 45) · € 24.95 BA 10972, Maria Theresia symphony (No. 48) · € 24.95 BA 10973, La Passione symphony (No. 49) · € 23.95

Violin I BA 10974-74 · € 5.95 Violin II BA 10974-75 · € 5.95 Viola BA 10974-79 · € 5.95 Violoncello/Double bass BA 10974-82 · € 5.95 Wind set BA 10974-65 · € 18.95 Already published ISMN 979-0-006-52276-7

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Complete Editions

New publications up to November 2013 Monumenta Monodica Medii Aevi Subsidia Band VII Sam Barrett: The Melodic Tradition of Boethius’ De consolatione philosophiae in the Middle Ages BA 5727

Francesco Cavalli Opere Artemisia Edited by Hendrik Schulze (musical text) and Sara Elisa Stangalino (libretto) BA 8906 Das Erbe deutscher Musik Special Series, Volume 15 Silvius Leopold Weiß: Complete Works for Lute, Volume 9 (in two separate parts) Works from miscellaneous manuscripts. Facsimiles Edited by Tim Crawford and Dieter Kirsch EdM 1025 Monumenta Monodica Medii Aevi Subsidia Band V Gundela Bobeth: Ancient Verse in Medieval Settings Neumes in manuscripts by Vergil, Statius, Lucan and Terenz BA 5725

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OPERA – Spectrum of European Music Theatre in Separate Editions (with Edirom on a separate data carrier) Antonio Salieri, Giambattista Casti: Prima la musica e poi le parole Edited by Thomas Betzwieser and Adrian La Salvia BA 8811 Johann Pachelbel Complete Vocal Works Volume 5: Magnificat II Edited by Katharina Larissa Paech BA 10555 Georg Philip Telemann Musical Works, Volume 60 Choral settings Edited by Ute Poetzsch BA 7802

Bärenreiter Notes

The new Bärenreiter Notes

Notes

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Format: DIN A 6 (10.5 cm x 14.8 cm / 4.1 inches x 5.8 inches) 32 pages; binding: stapled BA 8100-17 · € 0.75

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The Musicians’ Choice

This little notebook is handsome as well as practical. The cover is in Bärenreiter’s attractive Satie-colour and has the same layout as our Urtext editions. The pages alternate with musical staves on the left and writing lines on the right. The superior quality of paper used for the notebook matches that of our fine Urtext editions.

Already published

ISMN 979-0-006-52704-5

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“Bärenreiter Notes” serves ideally as: • A student lesson book • A general note book • A gift

Also available: Bärenreiter Notes Mozart red BA 8100 · € 0.75 Mendelssohn blue New Issue Title BA 8100-16 · € 0.75

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