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Piano Chopin: Vingt-quatre Préludes pour le piano op. 28, Prélude pour le piano op. 45. BA 9610 ........ 3 Beethoven: Sonatas for Pianoforte .............................. 4-5 Three Sonatas in F minor, A major, C major op. 2. BA 10859 Sonata in D major op. 28 “Pastorale”. BA 11814 Sonata in A major op. 101. BA 11811 Dušek: Complete Sonatas for Piano, Volume I BA 11513 .............................................................................. 6

In celebration of the 150th Erik Satie jubilee ................................................ 7 Complete Editions ...................................................8 Strings Rachmaninoff: Sonate op. 19, Prélude et Danse orientale op. 2, Lied. BA 9994 .................................... 9 Sassmannshaus: Cello Recital Album, First Position. Volume 1: BA 8994, Volume 2: BA 8995 .......... 10–11 Bériot: Scène de Ballet op. 100. BA 10695 ..................... 12 Bériot: Violin Concerto No. 9 in A minor op. 104 BA 10696 ...........................................................................13

Chamber Music Suk: Meditation on the Old Czech Hymn “St. Wenceslas” op. 35a. BA 9583, TP 583 ......... 14–15 Dvořák: Piano Trio in B-flat major op. 21. BA 9578 .... 16

Ready to Play Classic Hits for two Clarinets. BA 10636 ....................... 17

Choir Beethoven: Mass in C major op. 86. BA 9039 .............. 18 Telemann: Der Tod Jesu TVWV 5:6. BA 5853-90 ......... 19 Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Psalm 98 MWV A 23 / op. posth. 91. BA 9076 ........................ 20 Bach: “Now my soul exalts the Lord” Cantata BWV 10. BA 10010-90, TP 1010 ................. 21

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Handel: Coronation Anthems Zadok the Priest HWV 258. BA 10258 ......................22 The King shall rejoice HWV 260. BA 10259 ............23 Reger: Sacred Choral Music a cappella. BA 7549........ 24 Jansson: Missa Popularis. BA 7420 ..................................25 Zelenka: Missa Divi Xaverii ZWV 12. BA 9594 ............. 26

Vocal Score / Opera Schubert: Rosamunde, Fürstin von Cypern D 797 BA 5570-90 ......................................................................27

Orchestra Dvořák: Serenade in E major op. 22. BA 10423 ............ 28 Haydn: Symphony in G major “Oxford” Hob. I:92. BA 10977 .......................................................................... 29 Suk: Meditation on the Old Czech Hymn “St. Wenceslas” op. 35a. BA 9584.............................. 15

Study Scores Dvořák: Symphony no. 7 in D minor op. 70. TP 617 .............................................................................. 30 Beethoven: The Five Piano Concertos. TP 921-925 .... 31

Organ Bach: Complete Organ Works in revised editions. Volume 4: BA 5264, Volume 6: BA 5266 ..........32–33 Froberger: New Edition of the Complete Works, Volume VII. BA 9298 ............................................. 34–35 Cabanilles: Selected Organ Works, Volume I BA 11228 ...........................................................................36 Dubois: Complete Organ Works, Volume III BA 8470 ........................................................................... 37 Ascension of Christ, Pentecost and Trinity for Organ. BA 11237 ....................................................... 38

Solo Voice Rameau: Airs d’opéra: Dessus, Vol. 2. BA 9192 ........... 39 Rameau: Airs d’opéra: Haute-contre, Vol. 2. BA 9197 ............................................................................ 39

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Piano

Historically informed view of the Préludes

Frédéric Chopin: Vingt-quatre Préludes pour le piano op. 28 Prélude pour le piano op. 45 BÄRENREITER URTEXT Hardly any cycle of piano pieces can match the magnetic attraction of Chopin’s 24 Préludes, published in 1839. Schumann called them “sketches, beginnings of études, [...] ruins, stray eagle's pinions, all disorder and wild confusion”. Christoph Flamm has critically reevaluated the sources, bringing to light new readings of this well-known musical text. Hardy Rittner, a hammerklavier specialist and two-time winner of the ECHO Classic prize, who has recorded Brahms’ piano music and all of Chopin’s Études on period pianofortes, has supplemented Chopin’s fingering from a historically informed perspective. He also provides valuable notes on performance practice, especially with regard to pedalling, rubato, latent polyphony, legato and Chopin’s perception of sound.

Edited by Christoph Flamm With fingering and notes on performance practice by Hardy Rittner BA 9610 · approx. € 16.50 To appear in June 2016

An aesthetically presented engraving and practical page-turns make this current edition indispensable for today’s scholars and performers.

ISMN 979-0-006-53073-1

• Urtext edition with new readings • Notes on performance practice (Ger/Eng)

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• With historically informed fingering and practical page-turns • Informative Foreword (Ger/Eng) and detailed Critical Commentary (Eng)

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Ludwig van Beethoven: Sonatas for Pianoforte BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Jonathan Del Mar With an Introduction by Misha Donat and notes on performance practice by Jonathan Del Mar and Misha Donat

Three Sonatas in F minor, A major, C major op. 2 BA 10859 · approx. € 25.95 To appear in June 2016

Sonata in D major op. 28 “Pastorale”

Bärenreiter continues its Urtext edition of the complete Beethoven piano sonatas with three major works at once. They begin with the frequently played op. 2 Sonatas (nos. 1-3) which stem from his early yet mature oeuvre when he was developing an independent style from the legacy of Mozart and Haydn. They then proceed to the lyrical D major Sonata op. 28 from his middle period (nicknamed “Pastorale” by the publisher of the original edition) and finally to the Sonata op. 101, Beethoven’s first sonata specifically intended for the “hammerklavier” and the one that introduced his esoteric late style to the piano sonatas.

BA 11814 · approx. € 7.95 To appear in May 2016 ISMN 979-0-006-56193-3

Sonata in A major op. 101 BA 11811 · approx. € 7.50 New To appear inIssue MayTitle 2016

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... Beethoven’s piano sonatas The acclaimed Beethoven specialist Jonathan Del Mar has consulted every known source for these critical Urtext performing editions. In addition he has analysed various copies of the prints published during Beethoven’s lifetime. The results of his accurate research are presented in a meticulously edited musical text at the cutting edge of scholarship, together with a detailed Critical Commentary. All three volumes stand out in terms of their elegant and wellpresented layout. Special emphasis has been placed on optimum page-turns and on the consideration of the flow of the music. The highly informative Introductions on the genesis and significance of the works are supplemented by valuable notes on historical performance practice. • New critical performing editions at the cutting edge of scholarship • Optimum page-turns • Introductions with valuable notes on historical performance practice (Eng/Ger) and Critical Commentaries (Eng)

Already published: Ludwig van Beethoven Grande Sonate pathétique in C minor for Pianoforte op. 13 BA 10851 · € 5.95 Sonata quasi una fantasia in E-flat major for Pianoforte op. 27 no. 1 / Sonata quasi una fantasia in C-sharp minor for Pianoforte op. 27 no. 2 BA 10853 · € 11.50 Sonata in F minor “Appassionata” for Pianoforte op. 57 BA 10852 · € 7.95 Jonathan Del Mar

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Complete critical edition of Dušek’s sonatas

František Xaver Dušek: Complete Sonatas for Piano Volume I BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Vojtěch Spurný BA 11513 · approx. € 21.95 To appear in April 2016

The Czech composer František Xaver Dušek (1731-1799) was a leading figure in Prague’s music life in the latter half of the 18 th century. He was an outstanding pianist, composer and piano teacher whose pupils included Leopold Koželuch. Now all of Dušek’s 21 sonatas, many of which have until now been available only in old prints or manuscripts, are appearing in two volumes. The editor, Vojtĕch Spurný, has carefully collected and compared archival sources strewn throughout Europe. The sonatas, arranged in chronological order by date of publication, now appear for the first time in critical editions. They are easy to play, some most probably having been written for teaching purposes. • First complete critical edition of Dušek’s sonatas

ISMN 979-0-2601-0762-5

• Previously hard to reach repertoire • Trilingual Foreword (Cz/Eng/Ger) and Critical Commentary (Eng)

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In celebration of the 150th Erik Satie jubilee on 17 May 2016 Already published: Avant-dernières pensĂŠes BA 10849 ¡ â‚Ź 6.95 Embryons dessĂŠchĂŠs BA 10811 ¡ â‚Ź 6.95 Le fils des ĂŠtoiles BA 10814 ¡ â‚Ź 19.95 Č„ ČąÂ?Ž—Â?Âœ Š•ȹŠž¥ ž›Š’Â?ȹ– •ȹšž’ȹŠ ÂŽČ„ œœ’Â?—˜ ˜Â?‘ŠŒ‘ ÂŽČąÂžÂ—ČąÂ›Â˜ ŠÂ?ȹŠȹÂ?˜ £Ž—Ȅ ȹ‘ Ž› ČƒÂŒÂ˜Â–Â– •Ž – Œ‘ ’—Â?Š ȹ—’Â?‘Â? •ȹŠ‘—œ ‘Â?Â’Â?Š• ČƒÂŠÂœČąÂ’Â?ȹŠ ÂŽČąŠŒ ĴŽȹŽ’— ČƒÂŠÂ•ÂœČąÂ‘Â§

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New publications up to December 2015 Jean-Philippe Rameau Opera Omnia, OOR IV. 5 Dardanus Edited by Cécile Davy-Rigaux and Denis Herlin BA 8854

Concentus Musicus, Band XV Sei cantate a voce sola Edited by Giulia Giovani BA 8391-01

Franz Schubert New Edition of the Complete Works Series IV, Volume 15, Register Edited by Walther Dürr and Susanne Eckstein BA 5572-01 Heinrich Schütz New Edition of the Complete Works, Volumes 34/35 Larger Church Works Edited by Andreas Waczkat BA 4486-01 George Frideric Handel Halle Handel Edition, Series II, Volume 7 Lucio Cornelio Silla Edited by Terence Best BA 10701-01 Halle Handel Edition, Series III, Volume 10 Coronation Anthems Edited by Stephan Blaut BA 10711-01 Johann Pachelbel Complete Vocal Works, Volume 6 Magnificat III Edited by Katharina Larissa Paech BA 10556-01

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Musical Works, Volume 51 Concerten-Jahrgang Edited by Maik Richter BA 7803-01


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BA 9994

© 2016 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel

This is the first scholarly-critical edition of Rachmaninoff’s works for piano and violoncello. It contains Lied (1890), Prélude et Danse orientale op. 2 (1892) and the Sonate op. 19 (1901). The last two works were dedicated to the cello virtuoso Anatoly Brandoukoff, the teacher of Piatygorski. Lied is a short lyrical piece that places light demands on technique. Prélude et Danse orientale op. 2 dates from Rachmaninoff’s early years and the Sonate was written after he had successfully recovered from a depression accompanied by a “creative paralysis”. One of the major cello works of the 20th century, the Sonate is written in the same expressive vein as the Second Piano Concerto op. 18. The acclaimed Rachmaninoff scholar David Cannata has taken all sources into account, documenting the works’ genesis and incorporating Brandoukoff’s performance instructions into the score.

Serge Rachmaninoff: Sonate op. 19 Prélude et Danse orientale op. 2 Lied for Piano and Violoncello BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by David B. Cannata Score with part BA 9994 · approx. € 28.95 To appear in May 2016

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• Detailed bilingual Foreword (Eng/Ger) and Critical Commentary (Eng)

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Collections of recital pieces for the cello • Charming collections of easy pieces in first position • Each cello part is supported by a piano accompaniment for student performances • Alternately a second cello part allows duo playing with the teacher during lessons. This early introduction to chamber music brings joy and satisfaction to the young cellist and teaches the student to hear the music as a whole. • The two volumes are designed as companion publications to the Early Start on the Cello method. However, they work equally well

Sassmannshaus Cello Recital Album for Cello and Piano or Two Cellos

as a supplement to any other cello method. • A variety of rarely published works by well-known cellists and pedagogues such as Wilhelm Fitzenhagen, Hugo Schlemüller, and August Nölck make these publications attractive to teachers and students.

Edited by Christoph Sassmannshaus and Melissa Lusk

Volume 1: First Position Score and part, plus additional cello part for duet version BA 8994 · approx. € 15.95 To appear in May 2016

The Cello Recital Album, Volume 1, can be used as a supplement to the Early Start on the Cello method, Volumes 1 and 2 (BA 8996 and BA 8997). The 18 pieces in Volume 1 are structured to follow the same progression of finger patterns introduced in the Early Start method. This systematic progression helps the student to solidify the hand position and improve intonation. The basic bowing techniques do not require changes in bow speed or sounding point. The young performer can focus on a straight and beautifully placed bow that produces a pleasing and clear sound.

Already published: ISMN 979-0-006-56244-2

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Violin Recital Album for Violin and Piano or Two Violins, edited by Kurt and Christoph Sassmannshaus and Melissa Lusk BA 9668 Volume 1: First Position · € 14.95 BA 9669 Volume 2: First Position · € 16.95


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Sassmannshaus Cello Recital Album for Cello and Piano or Two Cellos Edited by Christoph Sassmannshaus and Melissa Lusk The Cello Recital Album, Volume 2, can be used as a supplement to the Early Start on the Cello method, Volumes 2 and 3 (BA 8997 and BA 8998). The 12 pieces in Volume 2 are structured to follow the same progression of finger patterns introduced in the Early Start method, Volumes 2 and 3. The later repertoire in this volume includes a careful introduction of downward and upward extensions.

Volume 2: First Position Score and part, plus additional cello part for duet version BA 8995 · approx. € 15.95 To appear in May 2016

Already published: Early Start on the Cello by Egon and Kurt Sassmannshaus and Michael Corssen BA 8996 Volume 1 · € 12.95 BA 8997 Volume 2 · € 12.95 BA 8998 Volume 3 · € 12.95 BA 8999 Volume 4 · € 12.95

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Charles-Auguste de Bériot: Scène de Ballet op. 100 for Violin and Piano Edited by Kurt Sassmannshaus Violin part with enclosed violin/piano score BA 10695 · approx. € 13.95 To appear in April 2016

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The Belgian Charles Auguste de Bériot (1802-1870) was not only a violinist but also a teacher and composer. Scène de Ballet, perhaps his best-known composition, is a favourite with violin students. One such student was the young Itzhak Perlman, who included it in his collection Concertos from my Childhood. The piece captivates with its beautiful melodies and refined rhythms. Bériot also composed a number of concertos. His Concerto no. 9 in A minor, published in 1859, is likewise a favourite with more advanced students. Julia Fischer played it with verve at the early age of eight. The piece stands out with seemingly virtuosic short passages, varied rhythms and a slight Hungarian touch.

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The Editor Kurt Sassmannshaus is a world-famous violin teacher with a professorship in Cincinnati (Ohio, USA). He is also the founder of the Great Wall Music Academy, an international summer camp for young string players in China. He continues the family tradition of Early Start on the Violin, founded by his father Egon Sassmannshaus and published by Bärenreiter with editions in German and English.


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Charles-Auguste de Bériot: Violin Concerto No. 9 in A minor op. 104 for Violin and Piano

The series Bärenreiter's Concert Pieces includes works for solo strings, usually the violin, but also viola and cello, all with piano accompaniment.

Edited by Kurt Sassmannshaus Violin part with enclosed violin/piano score BA 10696 · approx. € 13.95 To appear in April 2016

Recent editions of Mollenhauer works published in this series: The Infant Paganini for Violin and Piano BA 10691 · € 8.95 The Boy Paganini for Violin and Piano BA 10692 · € 8.95 The Infant Paganini for Cello and Piano BA 10693 · € 8.95 The Boy Paganini for Cello and Piano BA 10694 · € 8.95

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First Urtext edition of Suk’s Meditation ...

Josef Suk: Meditation on the Old Czech Hymn “St. Wenceslas” op. 35a for String Quartet BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Zdeněk Nouza Version for string quartet Parts in slipcover BA 9583 · approx. € 9.95 Study score TP 583 · approx. € 10.50 New To appear inIssue JuneTitle 2016

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Josef Suk played second violin in the Bohemian String Quartet. Since 1914 the ensemble was obliged to perform the Austrian national anthem at the opening of every concert. Suk decided to supplement this obligatory piece with a work inspired by the ancient sacred Bohemian St. Wenceslas hymn. The hymn’s message – a plea for the well-being of the Czech people, directed at their patron saint – was immediately understood by the audience. The Bohemian String Quartet performed this single-movement Meditation for the first time on 27 September 1914; the premiere of the version for string orchestra followed on 22 November 1914, played by the Czech Philharmonic. That same year the piece was published by Fr. A. Urbánek together with arrangements for piano and organ.

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Chamber Music

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Josef Suk: Meditation on the Old Czech Hymn “St. Wenceslas” op. 35a for String Orchestra This first Urtext edition, prepared by the Suk scholar Zdenĕk Nouza, is published in two scorings, one for string quartet and another for string orchestra. The orchestral version differs in some details and has an added part for double bass.

BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Zdeněk Nouza Version for string orchestra

• First Urtext edition • Informative trilingual Foreword (Cz/Eng/Ger) and Critical Commentary (Eng) by the editor • Two versions published in two separate editions

Score

BA 9584 · approx. € 17.95

Violin I Violin II Viola Violoncello

BA 9584-74 · approx. € 2.50 BA 9584-75 · approx. € 2.50 BA 9584-79 · approx. € 2.50 BA 9584-82 · approx. € 2.50

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Dvořák’s Piano Trio op. 21 in a new edition

Antonín Dvořák: Piano Trio in B-flat major op. 21 Edited by Antonín Čubr BA 9578 · approx. € 24.95 (replaces H 1128) To appear in May 2016

Dvořák’s Trio in B-flat major op. 21, the first of his four works for violin, violoncello and piano, was composed in 1875 and premiered two years later. This edition presents the musical text from Volume IV/9 of the Complete Edition of the Works of Antonín Dvořák. The violoncello part has been newly engraved and the sections which were written in treble clef have been transferred to tenor clef. In his Foreword, Dvořák authority David R. Beveridge vividly describes the work’s genesis and reception on the basis of the latest research findings. • Standard work from the chamber music repertoire • Newly engraved violoncello part • New Foreword by David R. Beveridge (Eng/Cz/Ger)

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New in the Ready to Play series

Classic Hits for two Clarinets Edited by Douglas Woodfull-Harris BA 10636 · € 12.95 (replaces BA 8157) To appear in January 2016 “Récréation” and “divertissement” – relaxation and entertainment: those were the popular catchwords applied in the 19th century to arrangements of well-known and much loved pieces. They allowed larger scored compositions to find their way into the parlour or music lessons. The 26 duets in this volume are mostly taken from 19th century tutors, though some have also been prepared by the editor. They include popular melodies by Mozart, Haydn, Gluck, Weber, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Schubert, Schumann and Chopin. These moderately difficult duets are suitable for ambitious beginners. The second part is generally played by the teacher. From the contents: W. A. Mozart, Das klinget so herrlich (The Magic Flute) / F. Schubert, Lullaby (op. 98, no. 2 D 498) / R. Schumann, Träumerei (Scenes from Childhood) / F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Wedding March (A Midsummer Night’s Dream) / F. Chopin, Waltz (op. 64, no. 2) / L. van Beethoven, Freude schöner Götterfunken (Symphony no. 9 op. 125) / C. M. von Weber, Huntsmen’s Chorus (Freischütz)

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Other editions for winds in the Ready to Play series: Classic Hits for two Flutes BA 10613 · € 13.50 Flute Classics for Flute and Guitar BA 10610 · € 13.50 Christmas Hits for two Flutes BA 10634 · € 10.95 Klezmer for Clarinet and Piano New Issue· Title BA 10616 € 13.95

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New scholarly-critical edition

Ludwig van Beethoven: Mass in C major op. 86 for Soloists, Choir and Orchestra BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Barry Cooper Piano reduction by Andrea Campora Score BA 9039 · approx. € 65.00 Vocal score (Lat) BA 9039-90 · approx. € 11.95 Wind set BA 9039-65 · approx. € 44.95 Organ BA 9039-67 · approx. € 12.50 Violin I BA 9039-74 · approx. € 5.50 Violin II BA 9039-75 · approx. € 5.50 Viola BA 7590-79 · approx. € 5.50 Violoncello BA 9039-82 · approx. € 5.50 Double bass BA 9039-85 · approx. € 5.50 To appear in March 2016 ISMN 979-0-006-54354-0

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Beethoven’s sacred works include two settings of the Mass. The Mass in C major, completed and premiered in 1808, has been unjustly described as a preliminary step towards the great Missa solemnis. Yet it is a self-contained and, for its time, decidedly modern piece of church music. Drawing on the rich body of sources, Beethoven specialist Barry Cooper suggests practical solutions to the work’s musical and interpretative problems. His deep study of the sources convinced him to include a fully realized organ part in the score, just as Beethoven envisioned it for the first printed edition. As stated in the sources, the parts for the soloists and choir are notated on joint staves to demonstrate that the soloists are also to sing the choral passages. Rounding off this Urtext edition are a Foreword on the work’s genesis and a detailed Critical Commentary. • Score with realization of the organ part • Bilingual Foreword (Eng/Ger) and Critical Commentary (Eng) • Idiomatic piano reduction


Choir

A moving passion oratorio by Telemann

Georg Philipp Telemann: Der Tod Jesu TVWV 5:6 for Solo Voices, Mixed Choir and Orchestra BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Telemann’s passion oratorio Der Tod Jesu was composed in 1754-55, roughly at the same time as the same-named highly regarded work by Carl Heinrich Graun. Both pieces are settings of the same libretto by Karl Wilhelm Ramler. In this late work, Telemann consciously contrasts the carefully crafted recitatives with musically reduced solemn choruses to obtain an emotional reading of the Passion text. This vocal score complements the Urtext score of this moving passion oratorio which is published as part of the Georg Philipp Telemann Musical Works. The complete orchestral material is available on hire.

Edited by Wolf Hobohm Piano reduction by Andreas Köhs Vocal score (Ger) BA 5853-90 · € 29.95 Performance material available on hire Already published

• A supreme late work by Telemann • Constitutes a valuable addition to the sacred choral repertoire • Based on the Georg Philipp Telemann Musical Works

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Mendelssohn’s last orchestral psalm

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Psalm 98 MWV A 23 / op.posth. 91 for Soloists, two Mixed Choirs and Orchestra BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by John Michael Cooper Score BA 9076 · approx. € 22.95 Vocal score (Ger/Eng) BA 9076-90 · approx. € 5.95 Wind set Organ Violin I Violin II Viola

BA 9076-65 · approx. € 29.95 BA 9076-67 · approx. € 4.95 BA 9076-74 · approx. € 2.95 BA 9076-75 · approx. € 2.95 BA 9076-79 · approx. € 2.95 Violoncello/Double bass BA 9076-82 · approx. € 2.95 To appear in March 2016

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Mendelssohn’s setting of Psalm 98 was written in a few weeks to satisfy a commission in his new position as general music director of Prussia and was premiered by the Berlin Cathedral Choir on 1 January 1844. As he neither released the work for publication nor produced a vocal score, his psalm setting did not appear in print until after his death. For this edition the authoritative Mendelssohn specialist John Michael Cooper drew primarily on the autograph score with its many subsequent corrections and amendments. In this way it differs from many other editions, which tend to treat the autograph as a subordinate source. Rounding off the edition are an informative Foreword and a detailed Critical Commentary. The piano reduction is based on the first printed edition, published by F. Kistner and Evers & Co. in 1851.

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• Bilingual Foreword (Ger/Eng) and Critical Commentary (Eng) • Words underlaid in both German and English • Piano reduction based on the first printed edition


Choir

A German Magnificat

Johann Sebastian Bach: “Now my soul exalts the Lord” Cantata BWV 10 for Soloists, Mixed Choir and Orchestra BÄRENREITER URTEXT Johann Sebastian Bach’s chorale cantata Now my soul exalts the Lord (BWV 10) was composed in 1724 for the Feast of Visitation (2 July). Its themes are based on the Marian hymn of praise (Magnificat) from the Gospel according to Luke. Bach gave the free combination of poetic paraphrase and Biblical text a varied musical setting ranging from the mighty opening chorus via two large arias to an intimate duet and richly pictorial recitatives. Despite the small instrumental forces of ad libitum trumpet, two oboes, strings and basso continuo, Bach creates a majestic musical language appropriate to the Magnificat. This Urtext performing edition is based on the New Bach Edition.

Edited by Uwe Wolf Piano reduction by Matthias Grünert Vocal score (Ger/Eng) BA 10010-90 · € 7.95 BA 10010-65 · € 8.95 Wind set Harpsichord/Organ BA 10010-67 · € 14.95 Violin I BA 10010-74 · € 3.95 Violin II BA 10010-75 · € 3.95 Viola BA 10010-79 · € 3.95 Bassi (Cello, Viol, Bassoon) BA 10010-82 · € 4.50 Study score TP 1010 · € 8.95 Already published

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Handel Coronation Anthems ...

George Frideric Handel: Zadok the Priest HWV 258 Coronation Anthem for Mixed Choir and Orchestra BA 10258

BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Stephan Blaut Piano reduction by Andreas Köhs Score

Zadok the Priest and The King shall rejoice are the best-known of the four coronation anthems that Handel wrote for the crowning of George II in London (1727). HWV 258 accompanied the king’s anointment, HWV 260 his actual coronation.

BA 10258 · approx. € 14.95 Vocal score (Eng) BA 10258-90 · approx. € 4.95

Thanks to their festive and majestic structure befitting the occasion as well as their spacious scoring for large choir and orchestra, it comes as no surprise that motifs from Zadok the Priest have found their way into the official hymn of the UEFA Champions League.

Wind set BA 10258-65 · approx. € 19.95 Organ Violin I Violin II Violin III Viola Bass

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Choir

... in Urtext editions for the first time

George Frideric Handel: The King shall rejoice HWV 260 Coronation Anthem for Mixed Choir and Orchestra BÄRENREITER URTEXT The present editions by the authoritative Handel scholar Stephan Blaut are the first to offer these two anthems based on the Urtext from the Halle Handel Edition.

Edited by Stephan Blaut Piano reduction by Andreas Köhs Score BA 10259 · approx. € 24.95

• Bilingual Forewords (Ger/Eng) • Idiomatic piano reductions

Vocal score (Eng) BA 10259-90 · approx. € 10.95

• Based on the Halle Handel Edition

Wind set BA 10259-65 · approx. € 29.95

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Choir

For the Reger centenary 2016 marks the first centenary of the death of Max Reger. In addition to his best-known field of creativity – organ music – his choral compositions form another major part of his oeuvre. This edition contains a selection of his sacred a cappella choral works. Their scoring, level of difficulty and length make them ideal for choirs who are wary of tackling the large-scale op. 110 motets. For the first time, the selection of works includes the previously unpublished Acht Grabgesänge (1900). The pieces are arranged in chronological order, culminating in the well-known cycle of Acht geistliche Gesänge op. 138 (1914).

Max Reger: Sacred Choral Music a cappella BÄRENREITER URTEXT

Contents • Tantum ergo (1895) • Maria Himmelsfreud (1899-1900) • Acht Grabgesänge (ca. 1900) • Acht Marienlieder op. 61d (1901) • Sechs Trauergesänge op. 61g (1901)

Edited by Michael Chizzali German text BA 7549 · approx. € 24.95

• Palmsonntagmorgen (1902) • Vier Kirchengesänge (1904) • Easter motet: Lasset uns den Herren preisen (1911) • Abschiedslied (1914)

To appear in March 2016

• Acht geistliche Gesänge op. 138 (1914) The Editor Michael Chizzali has been a scholarly assistant at the Institute of Musicology in Weimar-Jena (Germany) since 2014. His dissertation on Reger’s contemporary, the Tyrolean composer Josef Gasser (1873-1957), was published in Innsbruck in 2014. • All extant sources consulted • Edition for the first centenary of Reger’s death • Cross-section of Reger’s music for a cappella choir

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• Foreword (Ger/Eng) and Critical Commentary (Eng)


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Choir

First edition of a gem from the Bohemian Baroque

Jan Dismas Zelenka: Missa Divi Xaverii ZWV 12 for Soloists, Mixed Choir and Orchestra BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Václav Luks Piano reduction by Václav Luks Score BA 9594 · approx. € 60.00 Vocal score (Lat) BA 9594-90 · approx. € 11.95 Performance material available on hire To appear in June 2016

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The Missa Divi Xaverii ZWV 12, an expansive and unusually richly scored work, marks a highlight in the œuvre of Jan Dismas Zelenka (1679-1745). It was composed in 1729 while he was working at the Dresden court. The principal source of this first edition is the damaged autograph score which had long been kept under lock and key. Passages missing because of its damaged condition have been supplemented using secondary sources or reconstructed by Václav Luks, clearly marked as such in the musical text. The first performance to use the present new edition took place in the summer of 2014, when it was performed at the Utrecht Early Music Festival. A CD recording by Collegium 1704, conducted by Václav Luks, will be released in March 2016. • Magnum opus of Zelenka’s music and the Bohemian Baroque • Scholarly-critical first edition

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• Welcome addition to the sacred choral repertoire • Also suitable for ambitious amateur choirs • Instructive Foreword (Cz/Eng/Ger) and Critical Commentary (Eng)


Vocal Score / Opera

“The full moon shines on mountain heights ...”

Franz Schubert: Rosamunde, Fürstin von Cypern D 797 Incidental music to the four-act play by Helmina von Chézy BÄRENREITER URTEXT On 20 December 1823 Helmina von Chézy’s Rosamunde received its premiere performance at Vienna’s Theater an der Wien. Unfortunately the Viennese version of this drama with ghosts, pirates, attempted poisonings and other horrifying ingredients has not survived – unlike Schubert’s popular incidental music which also includes choruses and dances. This music was already highly praised by contemporary critics, with special acknowledgment given to “the genius of this much-loved master”. As evidence of its popularity, the overture and the Hunters’ Chorus had to be encored at the premiere. Now Bärenreiter is issuing one of Schubert’s best-known compositions in a complete vocal score with piano reduction.

Edited by Christine Martin (Nos. 1–9) and Walther Dürr (Overture) Piano reduction by Hans Schellevis Vocal score (Ger) BA 5570-90 · approx. € 17.95 Performance material available on hire To appear in May 2016

• Urtext edition based on the New Schubert Edition • Comprehensive bilingual Foreword (Ger/Eng) • Idiomatic uncluttered piano reduction

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Orchestra

Urtext edition of a popular Dvořák work

Antonín Dvořák: Serenade in E major op. 22 for String Orchestra BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Robin Tait Score BA 10423 · approx. € 22.95 (replaces H 971) Violin I Violin II Viola Violoncello Double bass

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Dvořák’s Serenade in E major for string orchestra is one of his most popular and frequently played works. It was written in the spring of 1875, when he had just experienced his first successes at the conductor’s podium and had received a state arts scholarship. The score and parts were published by Bote & Bock, Berlin, in 1879. This Urtext edition is based on the composer’s autograph score. It corrects mistakes found in the first edition and so, for the first time, the editor incorporates omitted passages from the autograph, marking them with Vi-de. This reconstruction makes it possible to clarify the piece’s structure. The author of the Foreword, Kateřina Nová, is head of the Dvořák Museum in Prague. • Detailed Foreword by Kateřina Nová (Cz/Eng/Ger) and

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Like its companions Nos. 90 and 91, Haydnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Symphony No. 92 in G major was written in 1789. All three symphonies were commissioned in 1788 by Prince Kraft Ernst von Oettingen-Wallerstein, who was to be granted exclusive ownership. However, Haydn first sold the works to the Parisian Masonic lodge SociĂŠtĂŠ Olympique and was thus unable to fulfil his obligation to send the autograph scores to the prince. The symphony received its nickname â&#x20AC;&#x153;Oxfordâ&#x20AC;? in the 19th century, probably in connection with a performance that took place when Haydn received an honorary doctorate from Oxford University in 1791.

Joseph Haydn: Symphony in G major â&#x20AC;&#x153;Oxfordâ&#x20AC;? Hob. I:92 URTEXT Edited by Andreas Friesenhagen Score BA 10977 ¡ approx. â&#x201A;Ź 24.95 Wind set BA 10977-65 ¡ approx. â&#x201A;Ź 32.95 Violin I Violin II Viola Violoncello Double bass

BA 10977-74 ¡ approx. â&#x201A;Ź 3.95 BA 10977-75 ¡ approx. â&#x201A;Ź 3.95 BA 10977-79 ¡ approx. â&#x201A;Ź 3.95 BA 10977-82 ¡ approx. â&#x201A;Ź 3.95 BA 10977-85 ¡ approx. â&#x201A;Ź 3.95

To appear in January 2016 This edition continues the collaboration between Bärenreiter and the Henle publishing company regarding Haydnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s large-scale choral works, operas and symphonies. It is based on the Henle Complete Edition of the Works of Joseph Haydn. Bärenreiter has published the complete performance material for several Sturm und Drang symphonies and all of the London and Paris symphonies.

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Study Scores

Dvořák’s Seventh Symphony now in a study score

Antonín Dvořák: Symphony No. 7 in D minor op. 70 BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Jonathan Del Mar With an Introduction by Jan Smaczny Study score TP 617 · approx. € 18.95 To appear in January 2016

Dvořák’s Seventh Symphony was commissioned by the Royal Philharmonic Society in August 1883 and premiered in London under the composer’s baton on 22 April 1885. Two months later he shortened the second movement by about 40 bars. The work was published by Simrock in this form in 1885. In 2013 Bärenreiter published the score and orchestral parts in a first scholarly-critical edition of Dvořák’s Seventh Symphony (BA 10417). Now it is being issued in a study score edition. The editor, Jonathan Del Mar, has already won international acclaim for his editions of the Dvořák Cello Concerto (BA 9045) as well as of works by Beethoven and Elgar. He has taken every source into account, including the extant correspondence.

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Like the score and parts, this study score edition presents the original version of the second movement in the appendix. Dvořák scholar Jan Smaczny has added a new Foreword.

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• Foreword by Dvořák scholar Smaczny (Cz/Eng/Ger)


Study Scores

Beethoven’s five piano concertos – now in separate study scores Having published the scores, Critical Commentaries and the complete performance material (BA 9021-9025) as well as a boxed set of study score editions (TP 920) to all five of Beethoven’s piano concertos, the study scores can now also be purchased individually. The musical text reflects a meticulous examination of every surviving source, resulting in Urtext editions at the highest possible level. The study scores are supplemented by Introductions by Beethoven scholar Barry Cooper on the genesis of the concertos as well as Forewords by the renowned editor Jonathan Del Mar, with descriptions of the sources and the editorial method. • Urtext editions at the cutting edge of scholarship

Ludwig van Beethoven: The Five Piano Concertos BÄRENREITER URTEXT

• Reference editions for pianists, students, conductors and libraries • Each score contains an Introduction by Barry Cooper (Ger/Eng)

Edited by Jonathan Del Mar Study scores Concerto No. 1 * in C major op. 15 TP 921 · € 12.95

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Also available: Ludwig van Beethoven The Five Piano Concertos 5 study scores in a boxed set TP 920 · € 54.00

Concerto No. 2 * in B-flat major op. 19 TP 922 · € 11.95 Concerto No. 3 * in C minor op. 37 TP 923 · € 10.95

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Concerto No. 4 * in G major op. 58 TP 924 · € 11.95 Concerto No. 5 * in E-flat major op. 73 TP 925 · € 11.95

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Organ

Johann Sebastian Bach: Complete Organ Works ... Any complete scholarly critical edition of the works of Johann Sebastian Bach must incorporate new research findings in the interest of scholars and performers alike. Now all of Bärenreiter’s new performing editions of Bach’s organ works are being revised to reflect the current state of scholarship and to convey maximum fidelity to the sources by being linked to Bach digital. The present volume is an updated edition of Series IV, Volume 6 of

Johann Sebastian Bach: Organ Works, Volume 6 Preludes, Toccatas, Fantasias and Fugues II BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Dietrich Kilian, updated edition by Peter Wollny BA 5266 · approx. € 24.95 (replaces BA 5176) To appear in June 2016

the New Bach Edition (NBA), prepared by Dietrich Kilian in 1964. The discovery of new sources and a reassessment of existing handwritten copies have brought about changes to the contents of the volume, which now includes the Fantasia in C minor (BWV 1121), the Fantasia in G major (BWV 571), the Fugue in G major (BWV 577) and the C major version of the Toccata and Fugue in E major (BWV 566). On the other hand, the Prelude in G major (BWV 568) as well as the alternative versions of the Fugue in C minor (BWV 574 a) and the Prelude in A major (BWV 536a) have been discarded as presumably spurious. Besides the new compilation and corrections of the musical text, the volume also contains a detailed Foreword by Peter Wollny with observations on each work and the extant sources. Page turns have been re-examined and improved. In collaboration with the Bach Archive Leipzig and its Bach digital database, links are provided to all the major sources. The website http://links.baerenreiter.com enables readers to access the relevant page in the source simply and conveniently via short URLs. The links stored there are examined for their validity on a regular basis. Contents: BWV 551, 563-566 (version in E major), 569-571, 573-575, 577-579 and 1121 / Early versions and variants to I (Vol. 5) and II (Vol. 6): BWV 532a, 533a, 535a, 543a, 545a, 549a, 566 (version in C major) and 574b • New detailed Foreword (Ger/Eng) by Peter Wollny on the works and their sources

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The critical complete edition comes to a close

Johann Jacob Froberger: New Edition of the Complete Works Volume VII: Works for Ensemble and Catalogue of the Complete Works (FbWV) BÄRENREITER URTEXT Commissioned by the Society of Music History in Baden-Württemberg, edited by Siegbert Rampe Score with parts BA 9298 · € 49.95 Already published ISMN 979-0-006-55999-2

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Each volume in this complete bilingual edition of the works of Johann Jacob Froberger (1616-1667) contains a Critical Commentary and a detailed Foreword with sections on the edition’s structure and scope, editorial method and performance practice, as well as discussions of contemporary instruments, ornamentation and Froberger’s life. Volume VII now brings the complete edition to a close. It contains two previously unpublished motets, Alleluia absorta est mors (FbWV 701) and Apparuerunt Apostolis (FbWV 702), both for soprano, tenor, bass, two violins and continuo, as well as the Capriccio in C (FbWV 706) for four voices or four instruments. The parts are included with the edition. The appendix provides a catalogue of all Froberger works known to date (FbWV), including, where applicable, the incipit of each work and entries on its instrumentation, date of composition, editions and sources along with special comments. Another section directs readers to the most important references in the secondary literature. • Complete Urtext edition at the cutting edge of scholarship • First publication of two motets

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Now available at a special set price Johann Jacob Froberger Complete Works in 11 Volumes BA 9299 only

€ 399 · instead of € 533.25

The set includes: Volume I: Libro Secondo (1649) BA 8063 · € 42.95 Volume II: Libro Quarto (1656) – Libro di Capricci e Ricercati (ca. 1658) BA 8064 · € 44.95 Keyboard and Organ Works from Copied Sources: Volume III.1: Partitas and Partita Movements, Part 1a BA 8065 · € 56.00 Volume III.2: Partitas and Partita Movements, Part 1b BA 8435 · € 48.50 Volume IV.1: Partitas and Partita Movements, Part 2 BA 8066 · € 56.00 Volume IV.2: Partitas and Partita Movements, Part 3 BA 8434 · € 54.00 Volume V.1: Toccatas BA 9211 · € 47.95 Volume V.2: Polyphonic Works BA 9212 · € 49.95 Volume VI.1: New Sources, New Readings, New Works, Part 1 BA 9213 · € 41.50 Volume VI.2: New Sources, New Readings, New Works, Part 2 BA 9269 · € 41.50 Volume VII: Works for Ensemble and Catalogue of the Complete Works (FbWV) BA 9298 · € 49.95

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Highlight of Spanish organ music

Juan Cabanilles: Selected Organ Works Volume I Tientos Ilenos BÄRENREITER URTEXT BA 11228

Edited by Gerhard Doderer and Miguel Bernal Ripoll BA 11228 · approx. € 34.95 To appear in March 2016

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Juan Cabanilles was the organist at Valencia Cathedral and the towering figure of Spanish organ music in the latter half of the 17 th century. His works, primarily Tientos, organ hymns and organ versets, have come down to us entirely in manuscript copies. Volume I of this planned three-volume edition of selected works contains ten Tientos llenos in a total of seven tonos (ecclesiastical modes). They show the contemporary typical stylistic features of keyboard music to good advantage. This volume seeks to make the most appealing and significant of Cabanilles’ works readily accessible and to present them in a revised and critical edition. • Three-volume Urtext edition of selected organ works • Detailed Foreword (Ger/Eng/Span) on the works, sources and

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First Urtext edition of Dubois’ organ works During his tenure at “La Madeleine” in Paris, Théodore Dubois composed a large number of organ works. Volume III, together with the already published Volumes II and IV, brings our first complete Urtext edition of this body of music to a close. It contains Trois Pièces (Prélude – grave, Adoratio et Vox Angelica, Hosannah) and the wellknown and frequently performed wedding piece Messe de Mariage (Entrée du Cortège, Bénédiction nuptiale, Offertoire, Invocation, Laus Deo, Sortie). Like the two previous volumes, this volume contains many facsimile pages, a Critical Commentary (Fr/Eng/Ger), a catalogue of sources and a detailed Foreword that sheds light on the composer’s life, instrument-specific issues and performance practice. • First complete Urtext edition of Théodore Dubois’ organ works • Based on the latest research findings • Suitable for church worship and concert performance • Detailed Foreword, Critical Commentary (Fr/Eng/Ger) and

Théodore Dubois: Complete Organ Works Volume III Trois Pièces, Messe de Mariage

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Already published: Théodore Dubois Complete Organ Works

Edited by Helga Schauerte-Maubouet BA 8470 · approx. € 48.50 To appear in June 2016

Volume I: Early Works and Works with little or facultative pedal use BA 8468 · € 48.50 Volume II: Organist at the Church “La Madeleine”: Douze Pièces pour Orgue ou Piano-Pédalier (1886) BA 8469 · € 48.50 Volume IV: Organist at the Church “La Madeleine”: Douze Pièces nouvelles (1893) / Ascendit Deus (1902) BA 8471 · € 48.50 Volume V: His Last Organ Works: Dix Pièces (nouvelles) (1921) / Fantasietta avec Variations (1922) BA 9208 · € 46.50

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Organ music for festive occasions This volume contains organ music for Ascension, Pentecost and Trinity. It includes Max Gulbins’s Two Festive Fantasias for Ascension and Pentecost and Biblical Pictures (Pentecost), a Pentecostal Postlude by Paul Kickstat, Wilhelm Rudnick’s Organ Sonata on “O Heil'ger Geist kehr bei uns ein” (op. 51), an Organ Fantasia on Pentecost by Heinrich Pfannschmidt (op. 54), Paul Blumenthal’s Chorale Trio on “Komm, o komm, du Geist des Lebens” and chorale fantasias and preludes on familiar hymns associated with Pentecost by such late 19th and early 20th century composers as Waldemar von Bausznern, Moritz Brosig, Theophil Forchhammer, Johann Georg Herzog, Johann Christoph Oley and Johannes Weyhmann.

Ascension of Christ, Pentecost and Trinity for Organ Edited by Andreas Rockstroh BA 11237 · approx. € 27.95 To appear in April 2016

• Suitable for liturgical use and special occasions • For full-time and semi-professional church musicians and organists

Already available by Bärenreiter: Christmas for Organ Volume I: BA 8495 · € 27.95 Volume II: BA 9258 · € 27.95 Passiontide and Easter for Organ BA 9210 · € 27.95 Praise and Thanks for Organ Volume I: BA 8496 · € 27.95 Volume II: BA 8497 · € 26.95 Organ Music for the End of the Church Year BA 9266 · € 27.95 Organ Music for Communion BA 9265 · € 27.95

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The Organ Wedding Album BA 8200 · € 27.95 The Organ Funeral Album BA 9207 · € 27.95 Organ Events

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Jean-Philippe Rameau “Airs d’opéra” Series Airs d’opéra : Dessus, Volume 2 / Operatic Arias: Soprano Edited by Sylvie Bouissou, Benoît Dratwicki, Julien Dubruque. Piano reduction by François Saint-Yves Vocal score (Fr) BA 9192 / CAH.262/OORVIa2 · € 52.00 To appear in January 2016 Like Volume 1, Volume 2 contains the lyric soprano parts for the main characters. Soprano arias from the operas: Les Indes galantes (Émilie, Zinna) / Io (Io) / Naïs (Naïs) / La Naissance d’Osiris (Pamilie) / Les Paladins (Argie) / Les Surprises de l’amour (Adonis, Parthénope) / Zaïs (Zélidie) / Zéphyre (Zéphyre) / Zoroastre (Ámélite)

Airs d’opéra : Haute-contre, Volume 2 / Operatic Arias: Tenor Edited by Sylvie Bouissou, Benoît Dratwicki, Julien Dubruque. Piano reduction by François Saint-Yves Vocal score (Fr) BA 9197 / CAH.267/OORVIa7 · € 52.00 To appear in January 2016 This volume contains the second half of the great monologues, arias and ariettas that Rameau wrote for haute contre, and which are sung today by a high tenor. Tenor arias from the operas: Les Paladins (Atis, Manto) / Platée (Thespis, Platée) / Pygmalion (Pygmalion) / Le Temple de la Gloire (Apollon, Bacchus, Trajan) / Zaïs (Zaïs, un Sylphe) / Zoroastre (Zoroastre) • Detailed historical Introductions (Fr/Eng) • Well-presented idiomatic piano reductions based on Rameau’s Opera Omnia

Already published: Airs d’opéra, Grand dessus (Soprano and Mezzo-soprano) Vocal score (Fr) BA 9195 · € 52.00 Airs d’opéra, Haute-contre (Tenor), Vol. 1 Vocal score (Fr) BA 9196 · € 52.00 The following volumes will appear within the next few months: BA 9191 Dessus (Soprano), Vol. 1 BA 9193 Dessus (Soprano), Vol. 3 BA 9194 Dessus (Soprano), Vol. 4 ISMN 979-0-006-56141-4

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