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Piano

Vocal Music

Beethoven: Concerto No. 1 in C major for Pianoforte and Orchestra op. 15. BA 9021............................................ 3 Mozart: Works for Piano Duet BA 9179......................................................................................4 Schubert: Works for Piano Duet III BA 9645..................................................................................... 5 Fauré: Barcarolles. BA 10842......................................................6 Fauré: Valses-Caprices. BA 10843............................................. 7 Debussy: Préludes, 1er livre. BA 10818......................................8 Satie: Gnossiennes. BA 10807...................................................9 Dvořák: Slavonic Dances for Piano Duet.................................. 1st Series op. 46: BA 9547 / 2nd Series op. 72: BA 9548 ... 10 Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition BA 9621..................................................................................... 11 Vierne: Complete Piano Works II BA 9612.....................................................................................12

Brahms: Sacred Choral Music a cappella. BA 7575........... 24 Monteverdi: Vespro della Beata Vergine. BA 8794........... 25 Mozart: Missa brevis in D major K. 194 BA 5690-90........................................................................... 26 Mozart: Missa in C major “Coronation Mass” K. 317 BA 5691-90, BA 5691, BA 5691-65..................................... 26 Pergolesi: Stabat mater. BA 5692, BA 5692-90.................. 27 Bach: Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen, BWV 51 BA 10051-51............................................................................28 Schütz: Geistliche Chor-Music. The six and seven-part motets (nos. 13-29, SWV 381-397). BA 5902................. 29 Handel: Acis and Galatea HWV 49b BA 10700-90.........................................................................32 Mozart: Das Alexander-Fest K. 591 BA 4527-90............................................................................. 33 Handel: Alexander‘s Feast HWV 75 BA 4001-92............................................................................. 33 Dvořák: The Spectre‘s Bride op. 69 BA 9544-90............................................................................34 Gluck: Alceste. Paris Version 1776 BA 2291-90............................................................................. 35

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New findings in Beethoven’s first piano concerto À Son Altesse Madame la Princesse Odescalchi née Comtesse Keglevics

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Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik K. 525 ISBN 978-3-7618-2282-1................................................. 14–15 Schubert: Schubert Thematic Catalogue ISBN 978-3-7618-1258-7......................................................... 23 Bach: St. Matthew Passion BWV 244 ISBN 978-3-7618-2294-4............................................... 30–31

Study Scores Cavalli: La Calisto. TP 891..........................................................36 Janáček: Glagolitic Mass. TP 862............................................ 37

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Strings / Chamber Music Dvořák: String Quintet in E-flat major op. 97 BA 9542, TP 532...................................................................... 16 Dvořák: Terzetto in C major op. 74 for two Violins and Viola. BA 9543............................................................... 16 Brahms: Trio for Pianoforte, Violin and Violoncello op. 101. BA 9437..............................................17 Speckert: Tango Classics for Violin and Piano BA 10614.................................................................................. 18 Bodunov: Beautiful Adagios. 9 Pieces for two Violins BA 10615.................................................................................. 19 Seitz: Student Concerto in G minor op. 12 for Violin and Piano. BA 8985......................................... 20 Seitz: Student Concerto in D major op. 22 Arranged for Viola. BA 8986............................................ 21 Arranged for Cello. BA 8987............................................. 21

Solo Voices Handel: Chamber Duets for Soprano and Alto BA 10257..................................................................................22 New..................................................... Issue Title Complete Editions 23

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Dvořák: Symphony no. 7 in D minor, Opus 70 BA 10417..................................................................................39 Haydn: Symphony No. 49 in F minor “La passione” Hob. I: 49. BA 10973............................................................ 40

Organ Organ Plus One. Low Instruments I BA 11214................................................................................... 41 Praise and Thanks for Organ II BA 8497.................................................................................. 42 An Easy Bach Organ Album BA 11212....................................................................................43 Organ Plus Brass, Volume III BA 11203................................................................................. 44 Dubois: Complete Organ Works V BA 9208...................................................................................45 Frescobaldi: Organ and Keyboard Works III BA 8414 .................................................................................. 46 Mussorgsky: Night on Bald Mountain BA 11211....................................................................................47

BA 9021

© 2013 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel

The Bärenreiter editor and Beethoven expert Jonathan Del Mar who has received international acclaim for his highly successful editions of Beethoven’s works now turns his focus on the piano concertos. In the Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major op. 15, Del Mar has found no less than 17 corrections in Beethoven’s autograph which were made after the work was published. These have been brought to light in this new Bärenreiter edition. A detailed critical commentary documents all the sources and findings made by the editor.

Score* *New Issue Title BA 9021 · approx. € 39.95 Piano reduction* BA 9021-90 · approx. € 22.95 ISMN 979-0-006-54298-7

Critical Commentary BA 9021-40 · approx. € 49.95

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Violin I Score, BA 9021 BA 9021-74 · approx. € 4.50 ISMN 979-0-006-54306-9

Violin II BA 9021-75 · approx. € 4.50

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This new critical edition sets the highest scholarly standards without losing sight of the needs of modern performers.

Viola Piano reduction, BA 9021-90 BA 9021-79 · approx. € 4.50

• Urtext edition reflecting the latest musicological research

Violoncello BA 9021-82 · approx. € 4.50

• Includes Beethoven’s cadenzas • Piano reduction with a separate solo piano part

Double Bass BA 9021-85 · approx. € 4.50 Wind set BA 9021-65 · approx. € 59.00

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Piano

Piano

Piano duets by Mozart ...

... and Schubert 106

Rondo in A op. post. 107 - D 951

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Works for Piano Duet (Four Hands - One Piano) BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Wolfgang Rehm Appendix edited by Michael Töpel BA 9179 · approx. € 27.95 (replaces BA 4786) To appear in May 2013

Franz Schubert: Works for Piano Duet III (Four Hands - One Piano)

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Mozart’s works for piano duet are amongst the most important contributions to this repertoire. This scholarly-critical edition based on the New Mozart Edition makes these works available in a revised form and includes a new foreword. The publication also contains an appendix with the fragments K. 497a (Fr 1787i) and K. 500a (Fr 1791a) which are completed by Michael Töpel, as well as individual pieces for organ, mechanical organ and musical clock in historic transcriptions for piano duet. Informative forewords to the main part and the appendix together with explanatory notes on the evaluation of the sources complete this volume, which will be indispensable for both teachers and performers. • Newly engraved revised Urtext edition based on the New Mozart

© 2013 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel

This edition marks the beginning of Bärenreiter’s publication of Schubert’s complete works for piano duet in scholarly-critical Urtext editions. It includes Schubert’s late works, composed between 1826 and 1828 which are amongst the most important works in the piano duet repertoire. Suggestions on performance practice by Mario Aschauer and a selection of passages on practical performing aspects from the critical commentary of the New Schubert Edition complete the edition, which presents the compositions in a clear score format.

• Based on the Urtext of the New Schubert Edition

• First arrangement for piano duet of Mozart’s Andante in F for musical

• Scholarly-critical edition reflecting the latest state of research

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• Suggestions on performance practice by Mario Aschauer

• Lead-ins and fermata ornamentations by Michael Töpel 9 790006 529421

• Detailed foreword (Ger/Eng) and critical commentary (Eng)

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Contents Variations on a Theme from the opera “Marie” by L. J. Ferdinand Hérold op. 82,1 ( D 908) / Fantasy in F minor op. 103 (D 940) / Allegro in A minor op. post. 144 (D 947) / Rondo in A major op. post. 107 (D 951) / Fugue in E minor op. post. 152 (D 952)

Edition, taking the latest findings into account ISMN 979-0-006-52942-1

BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Walburga Litschauer and Werner Aderhold BA 9645 · approx. € 29.95

ISMN 979-0-006-53987-1

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Fauré: Barcarolles and ...

... Valses-Caprices with new findings

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BA 10842

© 2013 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel

BA 10843

© 2013 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel

To appear in March 2013

Fauré’s 13 Barcarolles, composed over a period of almost four decades (1882–1921) are highly representative of his output for piano and are regarded as his most characteristic works. They reflect his breaking free from the Romantic idiom, particularly that of Chopin and Mendelssohn, developing an independent musical language in which he combined tradition and the emerging modernism.

Fauré’s four Valses-Caprices (1882/83–1894) demonstrate various forms of his treatment of the waltz in combination with the free form of the caprice. The composer drew his inspiration for his ValsesCaprices in the first place from works such as Liszt’s Valse-Impromptu and his Valse à capriccio and the famous Valse-Caprice by Anton Rubinstein.

Christophe Grabowski who is a French pianist and doctor of musicology studied in Warsaw and Paris. He has edited a volume of the Œuvres complètes de Gabriel Fauré, is Series Editor of the Complete Chopin. A New Critical Edition as well as two volumes of the Édition Complète des Œuvres de Claude Debussy. Together with John Rink he published the Annotated Catalogue of Chopin’s First Editions in 2010.

These important groups of works are now made available in scholarlycritical Urtext editions based on the Œuvres complètes de Gabriel Fauré and reflect the latest state of research. Detailed forewords offer information on the genesis and significance of the compositions as well as valuable suggestions on historical interpretation. All the available manuscript and printed sources as well as piano rolls containing recordings by the composer have been taken into consideration, leading to new discoveries particularly regarding the Valses-Caprices.

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• Based on the latest research findings and extensive source studies • Informative forewords with advice on performance practice (Fr/Eng/Ger)

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       

© 2013 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel

Debussy links the 12 Préludes in his first book not by a tonal scheme, but by means of a chain of associative mottos or titles which appear at the end of each piece and which may give a hint of the overall poetic content. The musicologist Thomas Kabisch who specialises in Debussy’s piano music has edited this Urtext edition based on the latest research findings, resulting in an authoritative publication. The edition has a clear layout, practical page-turns and fingering by the experienced teacher Martin Widmaier, professor of piano at the Robert Schumann University, Düsseldorf. This fingering traces musical lines and supports sensitive sound production. There are also special fingering exercises to assist in the learning of the chordal structures. Thus, the edition provides the necessary prerequisites for studying these works. • Urtext edition based on the latest state of research • Includes fingering as well as additional specific fingering exercises • Detailed foreword (Ger/Eng) and critical commentary (Eng)

9 790006 529193

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      

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BA 10807

            

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© 2013 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel

Between 1889 and 1897 Satie composed a series of piano pieces. He gave these the eccentric title Gnossiennes and provided consciously ironic performance instructions in which he satirized the excessive gestures of Romantic piano playing. This Bärenreiter Urtext edition offers new variant readings and presents Gnossienne No. 7 in its authentic form for the first time. Like the Gymnopédies (BA 10804), the Gnossiennes are particularly suitable for piano teaching because of their easy to medium difficulty level. Suggestions for performance are given by the Satie specialist Steffen Schleiermacher. In addition a detailed foreword by the distinguished musicologist Jens Rosteck provides valuable information on the background to the composition, its significance and interpretation.

Erik Satie: Gnossiennes BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Jens Rosteck BA 10807 · approx. € 7.95 To appear in April 2013 No distribution rights for the USA and France.

• Urtext edition with new variant readings • For the first time Gnossienne No. 7 presented in its authentic form • Easy to moderate difficulty

ISMN 979-0-006-52933-9

• Translations of all Satie’s performance instructions (Ger/Eng) • With practical suggestions for performance (Ger/Eng) by Steffen Schleiermacher • With a detailed foreword (Ger/Eng) and critical commentary (Eng)

9 790006 529339

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Major works by Dvořák in newly engraved editions

Посвящается Владиміру Васильевичу Стасову

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Presto

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            

      43   

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  10            

 Antonín Dvořák: Slovanské tance Slavonic Dances for Piano Duet (Four Hands - One Piano) 1st Series op. 46 Edited by Jarmil Burghauser BA 9547 · € 13.95 (replaces H 592) To appear in March 2013

2nd Series op. 72 Edited by Jarmil Burghauser BA 9548 · € 13.95 (replaces H 1234) To appear in March 2013

ISMN 979-0-2601-0576-8

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          

     

   

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     

       

  

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                                               

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Bilder einer Ausstellung *) Wladimir Wassiljewitsch Stassow gewidmet Erinnerung an Viktor Hartmann Bilder einer Ausstellung Erinnerung an Viktor Hartmann*)

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It was the Slavonic Dances for Piano Duet op. 46 which brought Antonín Dvořák unexpected international fame. An unerring business instinct led Fritz Simrock, at the beginning of 1878, to ask the Czech composer for some works for piano duet into which Dvořák incorporated musical themes from where he grew up. Following in the footsteps of Brahms’s Hungarian Dances, Dvořák refrained from a literal portrayal of individual kinds of dance. As a result, he created unique masterpieces of European music for domestic use and concert performance. This edition of both series of the Slavonic Dances is based on the Complete Edition of the Works of Antonín Dvořák. The main sources are the first editions published by Simrock.

46 46

    6      45Allegro 4 allegrezza, ma poco sostenuto senza  giusto,  **)  nel modorussico;    6      54 f 4       45 f 46   45 46 Allegro giusto, nel modo russico; senza allegrezza, ma poco sostenuto **)

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         

Antonín Dvořák, op. 46 (1841–1904)

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Modest Mussorgsky’s famous piano cycle

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              

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              *) Dedicated to Vladimir Vasilyevich Stasov. Pictures at an Exhibition. A Remembrance of Viktor Hartmann.

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**) Vgl. / See Critical Commentary. *) Dedicated to Vladimir Vasilyevich Stasov. Pictures at an Exhibition. A Remembrance of Viktor Hartmann.

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**) Vgl. BA 9621/ See Critical Commentary.

© 2013 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel

BA 9621

© 2013 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel

The catalyst for the piano cycle Pictures at an Exhibition, composed in 1874, was a memorial exhibition held that year for the artist and architect Viktor Hartmann. He was a friend of Mussorgsky who had died in 1873. It is not only Mussorgsky’s most important contribution to the piano repertoire, but through its relationship to Hartmann’s pictures and the translation of this idea into a composition, the cycle holds a unique place in 19th century piano repertoire.

Pictures at an Exhibition A Remembrance of Viktor Hartmann BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Christoph Flamm BA 9621 · approx. € 14.50 To appear in June 2013

Christoph Flamm, an internationally renowned specialist of Russian music of the 19th and early 20th centuries, has edited this Urtext edition for Bärenreiter. He has re-evaluated the sources and in the process has discovered surprising variant readings of the well-known musical text. The edition will meet the demands of advanced piano students, teachers and pianists.

• Separate editions of these works based on the Complete Edition of Antonín Dvořák̕s Works, vol. V/5

• Scholarly-critical Urtext edition based on all the sources

• New forewords (Cz/Eng/Ger) by Hans-Joachim Hinrichsen and

• Detailed foreword (Ger/Eng) and suggestions on performance practice

Ivana Rentsch

• Clear musical layout

• Newly engraved in score format

Modest Mussorgsky: Картинки съ выставки Воспоминаніе о Викторѣ Гартманѣ

ISMN 979-0-006-54190-4

9 790006 541904

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Piano

The Bärenreiter film ...

Masterpieces of French piano literature

Renowned conductor and musicologist Christopher Hogwood takes you on a journey through Bärenreiter. Come with us behind the scenes.

A mon élève Marthe Bracquemond

DOUZE PRÉLUDES op. 36

Louis Vierne (1870–1937)

1. Prologue Maestoso (q = 96)

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Louis Vierne: L’Œuvre de Piano II Complete Piano Works II

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With his Douze Préludes op. 36 and Trois Nocturnes op. 35 composed between 1914 and 1916, Vierne followed in the Romantic piano tradition, whilst lending the historic models that special sound between elegance and expressivity, as is characteristic for French music of the period. The editor of the volume is the distinguished pianist Olivier Gardon. As a performer and scholar, he has researched Louis Vierne’s piano music for over twenty years of which he has an unparalleled knowledge. This can be convincingly heard on Olivier Gardon’s complete CD recording of 1995. • First critical Urtext edition based on all available autograph manuscripts and printed sources • With a detailed foreword and critical commentary (both Fr/Eng/Ger),

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Eine kleine Nachtmusik “... written with ease, but skillfully refined”

“The fact that it’s all over town does not alter anything in the quality of this occasional piece written with ease but skillfully refined.” Wolfgang Hildesheimer

“Eine kleine NachtMusick” is how Mozart entered the Serenade in G major in his personal catalogue of works on 10 August 1787. It was written without any known incentive or commission during the time that Mozart was composing Don Giovanni, a time when he was celebrating his greatest success as an opera composer.

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The work is one of the jewels of Mozart’s output, combining bright radiance and a natural simplicity with brilliant refinement. Similarly, the autograph manuscript of this perfect masterpiece is captivating because of its balanced clarity and beautiful handwriting.

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each trimmed individually – are presented in a handsome box. This is accompanied by a booklet with an introductory text by Wolfgang Rehm including information on the genesis of the composition and the various aspects of the autograph manuscript.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Eine kleine Nachtmusik K. 525 Facsimile of the autograph With a commentary by Wolfgang Rehm Documenta musicologica II,46 14 pages of facsimile (individually trimmed) and an approx. 24 page-accompanying booklet (Eng/Ger); presented in a handsome box ISBN 978-3-7618-2282-1 approx. € 179.00 ISBN 978-3-7618-2282-1 To appear in June 2013 9 783761 822821

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Chamber Music with Piano

Strings

Antonín Dvořák: Reprints of selected works from the Complete Edition

Antonín Dvořák: Smyčcový kvintet Es dur String Quintet in E-flat major op. 97 Edited by František Bartoš

The String Quintet in E-flat major op. 97 (with two violas) is the third work Dvořák composed during his stay in America. “This quintet may be said in three of its movements to show the influence of American life and American music upon the composer” wrote the American music critic Henry Krehbiel on 7 January 1894. The use of particular melodic and rhythmic elements in his American compositions, as typically found in Afro-American gospels, strengthened the gathering conception considering Dvořák to be the founder of an American national style of music. The String Quintet in E-flat major was premiered on 12 January 1894 at the Carnegie Hall and was published shortly afterwards in score and parts by Simrock. This first edition is the main source for this publication.

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Antonín Dvořák: Terzetto in C major op. 74 for two Violins and Viola Edited by Jarmil Burghauser Set of Parts BA 9543 · approx. € 11.95 (replaces H 1556) Newin Issue To appear MayTitle 2013

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In 1887 Antonín Dvořák composed two terzettos for two violins and viola in quick succession as occasional compositions for amateurs. A little later, Dvořák arranged the second terzetto as four pieces for violin and piano with the title Romantic Pieces op. 75. Both works, that is the first Terzetto in C major and the Romantic Pieces, were published in May 1887 by Simrock in Berlin.

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Christopher Hogwood’s scholarly-critical edition of Brahms’ final and perhaps greatest trio op. 101 is based on two main sources, the first edition and the autograph. The foreword of this edition presents information on contemporary performance practice; Hogwood has drawn on the comments of Fanny Davis, a Brahms student, to shed light on this. She describes how Brahms played the trio with Joseph Joachim and Robert Hausmann at an informal reading (with Clara Schumann turning pages) in Baden-Baden in approx. 1895. Davis’ descriptions have much to do with articulation, dynamics and tempo fluctuations; in short exactly those aspects of performance practice where we lack real direction.

Johannes Brahms: Trio for Pianoforte, Violin and Violoncello op. 101 BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Christopher Hogwood Score with parts BA 9437 · approx. € 19.95 To appear in March 2013

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Vladimir Bodunov: Beautiful Adagios 9 Pieces for two Violins

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George Speckert has arranged wonderful tangos from Argentina for violin and piano accompaniment. Classics such as El Choclo, jewels by Eduardo Arolas and Rosendo Mendizabal, as well as less well-known pieces such as El día que me quieras by Carlos Gardel are included. The pieces are simple but a joy to play for the violinist, succinct and authentic in style for the pianist.

Well-known slow movements, melodies and arias have been arranged for two violins – with a passion for detail, but above all with convincing musical results. The arrangements stand out for their high fidelity to the original works. Both players are of equal importance and the melody with its expressive themes, moves frequently from one player to the other. Perfect for weddings, auditions or busking.

The arranger George Speckert is also renowned for his easy yet sonorous arrangements for mixed string groups. He is a composer, author and lecturer in multimedia production and E-learning.

The arranger Vladimir Bodunov is a versatile musician from Belarus. He performs throughout Europe as a soloist, in orchestras and particularly in duo with his wife Marta Danilkovich.

• A selection of tangos for violin and piano • Easy yet effective performance pieces

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From the contents Mozart, Adagio (Clarinet Concerto) / Vivaldi, Largo (The Four Seasons – Winter) / Albinoni, Adagio in G minor / Marcello, Adagio in D minor / Puccini, Nessun Dorma from Turandot

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Strings

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- for Violin and Piano Schülerkonzert in g-Moll Student Concerto in G minor

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BA 8972 · € 8.50 Student Concerto in D major op. 22 Violin part and enclosed piano accompaniment Title BANew 8979Issue · € 10.00

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© 2013 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel

Friedrich Seitz (1848–1918) was one of the best-known and most sought-after violinists of his day. This concerto starts with a resolute allegro in G minor, followed by a gentle adagio in E-flat major and flows into a cheerful dance-like final movement in G major. In order to play this, violinists must be able to master 1st to 3rd positions. A concise foreword by the renowned string pedagogue Kurt Sassmannshaus introduces the work and points out the relevant playing techniques required.

- for Viola or Cello The series Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces has now been expanded to include the three-movement Student Concerto op. 22 by Friedrich Seitz in arrangements for viola and cello, previously published for violin (BA 8979). The concertos have been transposed, making them ideal for beginners and young pupils. Concise forewords by the renowned string pedagogues Christoph and Kurt Sassmannshaus introduce the work and point out the relevant playing techniques required.

Works by Oskar Rieding already published: Concerto in B minor op. 35 Violin part and enclosed piano accompaniment BA 8971 · € 8.00 Concertino in Hungarian Style op. 21 Violin part and enclosed piano accompaniment BA 8973 · € 8.00 Marcia op. 44, Rondo op. 22/3 Violin part and enclosed piano accompaniment BA 8982 · € 7.95 Concerto op. 35 in B minor Arranged for viola, transposed to E minor Viola part and enclosed piano accompaniment BA 8983 · € 9.95

Friedrich Seitz: Student Concerto in D major op. 22 Arranged for viola, transposed to G major Viola part and enclosed piano accompaniment BA 8986 · approx. € 9.95

Arranged for cello, transposed to G major Cello part and enclosed piano accompaniment BA 8987 · approx. € 9.95 To appear in April 2013 ISMN 979-0-006-54347-2

The series Bärenreiter’s Concert Pieces forms an ideal continuation of the Sassmannshaus string methods but can also be used to supplement any other string tutor.

Concerto op. 35 in B minor Arranged for cello, transposed to D minor Cello part and enclosed piano accompaniment BA 8984 · € 9.95

ISMN 979-0-006-54348-9

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Complete Editions / Music Book

Solo Voices

Handel’s Chamber Duets – a highlight of this genre 156

HWV 190

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By means of their high degree of consistency and maturity, Handel’s chamber duets constitute a highlight of this genre. The six chamber duets for soprano and alto selected for this volume were written in 1710–12 in Hanover (HWV 178, 185, 197) and 1740–45 in London (HWV 181, 190, 186). They are musically demanding and structured contrapuntally: the earlier works are stricter, more scholarly and more elaborate in terms of counterpoint but masterly in their craftsmanship. The later ones are composed somewhat freer, but more compact. © 2011 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel

To appear in May 2013

Contents A mirarvi io son intento (HWV 178) / Conservate, raddoppiate (HWV 185) Tanti strali al sen mi scocchi (HWV 197) / Beato in ver chi può (HWV 181) No, di voi non vuò fidarmi (HWV 190) / Fronda leggiera e mobile (HWV 186) • Urtext edition based on the Halle Handel Edition ISMN 979-0-006-53590-3

• Clear, idiomatic realization of the continuo part • Includes a separate continuo part without realization

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Johann Sebastian Bach New Bach Edition – Revised (NBArev) Vol. 2: Weimar Cantatas Edited by Andreas Glöckner BA 5936 Franz Berwald Complete Works, Vol. 25 Supplement Edited by Michael Kube, Ola Erikson, Bonnie and Erling Lomnäs BA 4925

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BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Konstanze Musketa Realization of the basso continuo by Christoph Harer BA 10257 · approx. € 21.95

The indispensable reference work

No, di voi non vuò fidarmi 1.

George Frideric Handel: Chamber Duets for Soprano and Alto

New publications up to December 2012

Leoš Janáček Complete Critical Edition of the Works of Leoš Janáček, Series B, Vol. 5-II Mša glagolskaja / Glagolitic Mass (Verze záři 1927) / (September 1927 version) Edited by Jiří Zahrádka BA 6863 Johann Pachelbel Complete Vocal Works Vol. 8: Concerti II Edited by Thomas Röder BA 10558 Franz Schubert New Schubert Edition Series V, Vol. 6 Symphonic Sketches and Fragments Edited by Michael Kube BA 5559 Georg Philipp Telemann Musical Works, Vol. 44 Chamber cantatas Edited by Steven Zohn BA 5870 Musical Works, Vol. 57 Sacred Arias (year of publication 1727) Edited by Wolfgang Hirschmann with Jana Kühnrich BA 7801

Franz Schubert Deutsch-Verzeichnis / Schubert Thematic Catalogue 712 pages; paperback Format 17 x 24 cm German text ISBN 978-3-7618-1258-7 · € 49.95 Already published

The Schubert Thematic Catalogue by Otto Erich Deutsch presenting Schubert’s works in chronological order includes music incipits and all important facts on the history of the works, source material, instrumentation, first performance, editions and texts, as well as literature on individual works. This is an indispensable reference work – now available again at a reduced price.

ISBN 978-3-7618-1258-7

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Vocal Music

Vocal Music

Sacred a cappella music by Johannes Brahms

Monteverdi: New musical and performing insights

Johannes Brahms: Sacred Choral Music a cappella

Claudio Monteverdi: Vespro della Beata Vergine

BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Peter Schmitz BA 7575 · approx. € 22.95

BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Hendrik Schulze et al. Piano reduction by Andreas Köhs

Excerpt from: BA 7575

Full score BA 8794 · approx. € 59.00

To appear in June 2013

The sacred a cappella choral works by Johannes Brahms are amongst the most important Romantic works in the genre. This new edition is based on reliable sources which include autograph manuscripts, engraver’s copies and first editions. The collection contains the 7 Marienlieder op. 22, Two Motets op. 29, Three Sacred Choruses for female voices op. 37, Two Motets op. 74, Fest- und Gedenksprüche op. 109 and the Three Motets op. 110. • All sacred a cappella choral works in one volume • Authoritative scholarly-critical edition • Informative foreword (Ger/Eng) • Detailed critical commentary (Eng)

Claudio Monteverdi’s Vespro della Beata Vergine is without doubt one of the most popular sacred works of the 17 th century. Apart from the many available recordings, it is frequently performed in its entirety or in parts. The Urtext edition of this well-known work has unusual origins. It originated from a graduate seminar at the University of North Texas, under the direction of the Monteverdi specialist Hendrik Schulze. The result is an edition which combines the latest in musicological research specifically with the needs of the performer in mind. This has lead, for instance, to a divergent evaluation of the Lauda Jerusalem oriented towards performance practice, with numerous additional accidentals and a new interpretation of the melodic variants from the different part books. These new musical and performance practice insights make a modern interpretation of this 400-year-old work possible. • Scholarly-critical Urtext edition orientated towards performance practice

ISMN 979-0-006-52955-1

Vocal score (Lat) BA 8794-90 · approx. € 19.95 Wind set: BA 8794-65 · approx. € 29.95 Violin I: BA 8794-74 · approx. € 3.95 Violin II: BA 8794-75 · approx. € 3.95 Violin III: BA 8794-76 · approx. € 3.95 Viola I: BA 8794-79 · approx. € 3.95 Viola II: BA 8794-80 · approx. € 3.95 Viola III: BA 8794-81 · approx. € 3.95 Violoncello/Double Bass: BA 8794-82 · approx. € 3.95 Basso continuo: BA 8794-86 · approx. € 39.95 To appear in April 2013

ISMN 979-0-006-53779-2

ISMN 979-0-006-53780-8

• Detailed critical commentary (Eng) in the full score • Movements 10, 13 and 14 are included in their original high clef in the appendix of the full score.

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• These movements are also available with piano reduction as print-on-demand.

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Vocal Music

Vocal Music

Arrangements for three-part female choir

Arrangement for three-part female choir

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi: Stabat mater

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Missa brevis in D major K. 194 Arranged for female choir (SMA) Piano reduction by Heribert Breuer Vocal score (Lat): BA 5690-90 · approx. € 8.75 To appear in March 2013 The vocal score is compatible with the performance material of the original work BA 5342.

Missa in C “Coronation Mass” K. 317 Arranged for female choir (SMA) Piano reduction by Heribert Breuer Vocal score (Lat): BA 5691-90 · approx. € 8.95 Full score: BA 5691 · approx. € 30.95 Wind set: BA 5691-65 · approx. € 22.95 To appear in March 2013 The vocal score is compatible with the performance material of the original work BA 4880 (arranged without trombones). ISMN 979-0-006-54281-9

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Arranged for female choir (SMA) by Malcolm Bruno Piano reduction by Malcolm Bruno BA 5691

The choral scene is in a state of change! On the one hand, more and more choirs are lacking in male voices, yet at the same time, more and more female choirs are looking for high-quality literature beyond folksong arrangements. Bärenreiter is responding to these general trends with the publication of arrangements for three-part female choir (SMA) of well-known, frequently-performed works. The first editions to be published are Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Coronation Mass K. 317, a much-performed work within the standard repertoire and the Missa brevis in D major K. 194, a charming alternative for use in church services. With great skill and sensitivity to the music, Heribert Breuer has carefully retained the substance of the original works, at the same time giving them a completely new sound quality. The arranger Heribert Breuer was professor of choral conducting and music theory at the Berlin University of the Arts until 2010. He is founder and director of the Berlin Bach Akademie, and has made a name for himself with his numerous arrangements of works from Bach to Schubert. • Arrangements for female choir (SMA) based on the Urtext of the New Mozart Edition • Idiomatic piano reductions

BA 5692

Pergolesi’s famous Stabat mater, a work for two soloists, strings and continuo quickly became a success throughout Europe. However there are numerous indications that it was also performed by choirs from very early on. Particular movements were very probably sung by a two-part choir, whilst the arias were kept for the soloists. In this edition, the outer movements and no. 8 are now scored for three-part choir (SMA) in contrast to the solo aria movements. Three further movements are set as trios for three solo voices. The added parts are derived from the existing musical material. These lend this well-known work a completely new charm and provide a welcome addition to the repertoire for choral concerts. The arranger Malcolm Bruno is the editor of the Urtext edition of the Stabat mater (BA 7679) and a renowned expert in 18 th century Italian music.

Full score BA 5692 · approx. € 24.95 Vocal score (Lat) BA 5692-90 · approx. € 9.95 To appear in March 2013 The vocal score is compatible with the performance material of the original work BA 7679.

ISMN 979-0-006-53544-6

ISMN 979-0-006-53545-3

• Arrangement for female choir (SMA) based on the Bärenreiter Urtext

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Vocal Music

Vocal Music

Cantata BWV 51 as arranged by W. F. Bach

Schütz’s “Geistliche Chor-Music” revised 1.
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Johann Sebastian Bach: Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen, BWV 51

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Bach’s famous cantata for solo soprano, trumpet, strings and basso continuo BWV 51, Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen, was probably composed in 1730 in Leipzig. The soprano and trumpet parts are particularly captivating due to their virtuosity. For a performance in Halle Bach’s oldest son Wilhelm Friedemann expanded the original scoring for numbers 1 and 4 by the addition of a second trumpet and timpani, increasing the brilliance of the work even more.

• Published for the first time

New BA Issue Title 10051-51

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• BWV 51 with expanded instrumentation by W. F. Bach

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W. F. Bach’s arrangement has now been published for the first time as supplementary performance material. This version can be combined with the existing string parts.

ISMN 979-0-006-54311-3

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Instrumental additions by Wilhelm Friedemann Bach BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Matthias Wendt Brass score BA 10051-51 · € 6.95

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Kassel version is now complete. As Schütz wrote in his foreword to the collection, all parts to the motets can be performed vocally and/or instrumentally. These motets offer smaller choirs and ensembles new possibilities to perform these works, based on historically-informed performance practice. The basso continuo realization follows the composer’s intention of using the score merely as a basis for performance, but with its relatively simple realization, it also allows performers to create their own version. 6 4

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Heinrich Schütz: Geistliche Chor-Music The six and seven-part motets (nos. 13-29, SWV 381-397) BÄRENREITER URTEXT Based on Werner Breig’s edition published in the New Schütz Edition, vol. 5/2 (BA 5960) BA 5902 · approx. € 23.95 Parts available as Print on Demand To appear in June 2013

• Reflecting the latest research based on the New Schütz Edition • Instrumental parts (strings, winds) available as PoD • Geistliche Chor-Music now available complete in two volumes Already published: Heinrich Schütz: Geistliche Chor-Music The five-part motets (nos. 1-12, SWV 369-380) BA 5901 · € 12.95

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

Up to the present day there has scarcely been a work in the history of music which has fascinated listeners and performers more than Bach’s St Matthew Passion. Originally composed for Vespers on Good Friday, and even longer in duration than the St John Passion, it reconstructs the story of Christ’s Passion with immense musical, emotional and spiritual intensity.

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 ● scholarly commentary ● attractive cover design

And so, this monumental and complex composition has come to rank amongst the high points of Western culture. For good reason the “rediscovery” of Johann Sebastian Bach’s music began in 1829 with the performance of this work by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy and the Berlin Singakademie.

The autograph manuscript is regarded as one of Bach’s most beautiful – the fair copy demonstrates the importance he attached to the careful preservation of the work for posterity. A further special feature is the coloured ink with which he wrote the biblical text and the music of the chorale “O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig”.

This facsimile edition reproduces the autograph score of the St Matthew Passion for the first time in high-quality colour printing. The Bach specialist Christoph Wolff introduces the background to the work’s composition and the characteristics of the manuscript.

Barbara Schneider-Kempf and Martina Rebmann (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin) provide further details regarding the history of the autograph manuscript.

Johann Sebastian Bach Matthäus-Passion / St Matthew Passion BWV 244 Facsimile of the autograph score in the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin – Preußischer Kulturbesitz With a commentary by Christoph Wolff, Martina Rebmann and Barbara Schneider-Kempf Documenta musicologica II,47 166 pages of facsimile and approx. 30 pages of commentary (Eng/Ger); half-leather binding, hardback ISBN 978-3-7618-2294-4 approx. € 348.00 To appear in June 2013

ISBN 978-3-7618-2294-4

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Vocal Music

Vocal Music

Handel’s Serenata “Acis and Galatea”

Alexander’s Feast: Mozart and Handel           nur un - ser Held              

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Das Alexander-Fest / Alexander’s Feast K. 591

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Large-scale vocal work by Antonín Dvořák

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The preference of English audiences for large-scale vocal works led to Dvořák being commissioned in November 1883 to write a cantata for solo voices, chorus and orchestra for the 1885 Birmingham Musical Festival. As the basis for his composition, Dvořák chose the ballad text Svatební košile (literally “The Bridal Gowns”) from the collection Kytice z pověstí národních (“A Garland of Folk Tales”) by the Czech poet Karel Jaromír Erben (1811–1870). Dvořák stipulated that the premiere take place in Bohemia. The work was then taken up in England with great enthusiasm.

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In 1774 Gluck undertook to deliver six stage works for the Académie Royale de Musique in Paris. He fulfilled this commission partly with reworkings of works premiered earlier in Vienna, such as Orfeo ed Euridice. In the case of Alceste which was premiered in 1776 and was the prototype of the “reform opera”, he wrote a completely new version: the libretto was translated from Italian into French and changed at the same time. The music was also fundamentally reworked; for example, Gluck newly composed the recitatives and either expanded, cut or changed some scenes around. The public’s rejection of the work caused the composer to finally rework the third act again, including the introduction of Hercules as Alceste’s rescuer. Bärenreiter is now publishing the meticulously revised and corrected vocal score, newly-engraved and brought up to current Bärenreiter standards.

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The Glagolitic Mass, a significant sacred work in Leoš Janáček’s output only appears towards the end of his life. Janáček composed this work for soloists, chorus and orchestra in Old Church Slavonic in the spa resort of Luhačovice in the summer and autumn 1926. He revised it at the end of 1927 after its first performance (Brno, 5.12.1927). The score of the mass was only published after the composer’s death in 1929.

Study score TP 862 · approx. € 37.50 Performance material available on hire To appear in April 2013

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BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Jonathan Del Mar Full score* BA 10417 · approx. € 89.00 Critical commentary BA 10417-40 · in preparation Violin I: BA 10417-74 · approx. € 6.95 Violin II: BA 10417-75 · approx. € 6.95 Viola: BA 10417-79 · approx. € 6.95 Violoncello: BA 10417-82 · approx. € 6.95 Double Bass: BA 10417-85 · approx. € 6.95 Wind set: BA 10417-65 · approx. € 160.00 To appear in March 2013

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Orchestra

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Haydn’s “La Passione”

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Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 49 in F minor “La passione” Hob. I: 49

organ plus one Low Instruments I Original Works and Arrangements for organ and low instruments

URTEXT Edited by C.-G. Stellan Mörner Score BA 10973 · approx. € 23.95 Wind set BA 10973-65 · approx. € 13.95 Violin I: BA 10973-74 · approx. € 5.50 Violin II: BA 10973-75 · approx. € 5.50 Viola: BA 10973-79 · approx. € 5.50 Violoncello/Bass: BA 10973-82 · approx. € 5.50 To appear in June 2013

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Haydn’s Sturm und Drang symphonies along with the London symphonies belong to his most popular works today. The Sturm und Drang symphonies contain not only masterpieces like the recently published Farewell Symphony (No. 45, BA 10971) and the Maria Theresia Symphony (No. 48, BA 10972), but also gems such as La passione (No. 49). The publication of this symphony presents a continuation of the collaboration between Bärenreiter and the Henle publishing company in the areas of large vocal compositions, operas and symphonic works. La passione is based on the Henle Complete Edition of the Works of Joseph Haydn and is published with a full score and performing material on sale in a large format. • Haydn’s Sturm und Drang symphonies available in Urtext editions • Score and performance material on sale available in an enlarged format

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Edited by Carsten Klomp BA 11214 · approx. € 24.95

from: Haydn, Symphony No. 49 · BA 10973

The series of organ plus one (organ plus a choice of solo instruments in the higher registers) and organ plus brass (organ plus brass ensemble) are now followed by a new two-volume series organ plus one low instrument.

To appear in March 2013 ISMN 979-0-006-50567-8

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As the title suggests, these volumes contain original works and arrangements for organ and solo instruments of the lower registers such as cello, baritone saxophone, bassoon and basset horn. The scores include solo parts in C, Bb, Eb and F which can be played by any suitable instrument in the bass register. Contents Vol. I J. S. Bach, Trio on Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland / A. Guilmant, Caprice op. 20, 3 / T. Dubois, Canon / P. Clausnitzer, Chorale setting on Jesus, meine Zuversicht / R. Jung, Chorale prelude on Erschienen ist der herrlich Tag / S. Karg-Elert, Chorale setting on Komm Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott / G. Bunk, Melodie

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Advent / Christmas BA 8501 · € 17.95 Passion / Easter BA 8503 · € 17.95 Divine Service BA 8506 · € 17.95 Communion New Issue BA 8507 · €Title 17.95

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Organ

Organ music for the church year

Easy Bach: Original works and arrangements

Praise and Thanks for Organ II

An Easy Bach Organ Album

Edited by Andreas Rockstroh BA 8497 · approx. € 26.95 To appear in April 2013

Original Works and Arrangements Edited by Daniel Moult BA 11212 · approx. € 12.95

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Already published: Praise and Thanks for Organ I BA 8496 · € 26.95 Christmas for Organ Volume I: BA 8495 · € 26.95 Volume II: BA 9258 · € 26.95 Passiontide and Easter for Organ BA 9210 · € 26.95 Organ Music for the End of Church Year BA 9266 · € 26.95 The Organ Funeral Album BA 9207 · € 26.95 Organ Music for Communion BA 9265 · € 26.95 The Organ Wedding Album Issue BANew 8200 · € Title 26.95

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This series of anthologies for the church year and important church occasions which is suitable particularly for non-professional church musicians has now been expanded by a second volume in response to frequent demand. The main focus of Praise and Thanks for Organ II lies in the 19th century repertoire. At its centre are chorale settings for the Hymns of Praise and Praise and Thanksgiving from the German Protestant Hymnbook as well as the Praise and Thanks section from the German Catholic Hymnbook. Tried and tested freely-composed organ works are also included, such as Carl Piutti’s Fest-Hymnus op. 20, Christian Fink’s Fest-Postludium op. 63 and chorale fantasias by composers including Theodor Drath (Jubelfest-Präludium on Lobe den Herren, den mächtigen König), Heinrich von Herzogenberg (Fantasie on Nun danket alle Gott) and Arnold Mendelssohn (Chorale setting on O dass ich tausend Zungen hätte).

The Easy Bach Organ Album presents works by Johann Sebastian Bach of easy to medium difficulty which can be played on smaller instruments and are therefore suitable for non-professional church musicians and organists. The edition divides into original works and arrangements by the editor. It contains a selection of ten chorale preludes, three preludes, various works from the Well-Tempered Clavier, pieces for manuals from the Schemelli Gesangbuch and the famous aria Jesus bleibet meine Freude from Cantata BWV 147, arranged by Daniel Moult. This anthology presents a varied overview of Bach’s sacred and secular works and is ideal for teaching purposes providing an inspiring introduction to Baroque organ playing for beginner organists. • Ideal for non-professional church musicians and organists • A collection of original works as well as arrangements of works

• Collection of lesser known organ works suitable for all denominations

by J. S. Bach

• Tried and tested free organ compositions and chorale settings from

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the 19th century

• Can be performed on smaller instruments

• Easy to medium level of difficulty

• Suitable as teaching material

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The editor Daniel Moult studied in Oxford and became a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists; he then continued his studies in Amsterdam with Jacques van Oortmerssen. From 1995 to 2002 he was organist at Coventry Cathedral. He teaches at the Royal College of Music Junior Department, the Birmingham Conservatoire and the NewStIssue Title RCO Giles Organ School, London.

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Organ

Works for organ and brass ensemble

For the first time in an Urtext edition: Dubois’ organ works

Théodore Dubois: Complete Organ Works V

ORGAN PLUS BRASS Original Works and Arrangements for Brass Choir and Organ

Dix Pièces pour Grand Orgue Fantasietta avec Variations

Edited by Carsten Klomp and Heiko Petersen

Volume III Carsten Klomp Toccata festiva for brass choir and organ Full score with inserted wind score in C BA 11203 · approx. € 11.95 Wind score in C BA 11203-51 · approx. € 4.95 Individual parts: Trumpet 1 in Bb: BA 11203-52 · approx. € 2.25 Trumpet 2 in Bb: BA 11202-53 · approx. € 2.25 Horn in F : BA 11203-89 · approx. € 2.25 Trombone 1 in C: BA 11203-58 · approx. € 2.25 Trombone 2 in C: BA 11203-59 · approx. € 2.25 To appear in March 2013 ISMN 979-0-006-52971-1

BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Helga Schauerte-Maubouet BA 9208 · approx. € 46.50

The series organ plus brass presents original works and arrangements for organ and brass ensemble, specifically tailor-made to suit the requirements of amateur ensembles. The organ part is ideal for non-professional church musicians playing on small to medium-sized organs. Vol. III includes a Toccata festiva, an original composition by Carsten Klomp, which can be performed throughout the church year (with the exception of Passiontide). The composition has a brilliant festive character and is suitable for concerts as well as processionals and recessionals in church services.

The fifth volume of this well-established Urtext edition includes the Dix Pièces and the Fantasietta with variations on a Provençal theme, which are published for the first time since the first printed edition. The Dix Pièces have a clear formal structure, and, like many other works by Dubois, who was organist at the Paris church of La Madeleine, reflect the composer’s desire to create works which could be performed equally well in church services or the concert hall. As with the previously published volumes, this edition includes facsimiles, a critical commentary with a full listing of the sources as well as a detailed foreword which contains a biography of the composer and sheds light on questions relating to the instrument and performance practice.

• Repertoire for brass ensemble and organ • Suitable for amateur musicians

• First Urtext edition of the organ works of Dubois

• Transposed parts allow for flexible instrumentation

• Reflects the latest musicological research • Music for church services and concerts • Detailed foreword, critical commentary (Ger/Eng/Fr) and

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facsimile pages

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Already published: Volume I: Early Works and Works with Minimal or Optional Use of the Pedals BA 8468 · € 46.50 Volume II: Organist an La Madeleine, Douze Pièces. BA 8469 · € 46.50 Volume IV: Organist an La Madeleine, Douze Pièces Nouvelles, Offertoire pour la fête de l’Ascension New Issue BA 8471 · €Title 46.50

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Organ

New volume in the Frescobaldi Urtext edition

Virtuosic arrangement for organ

Girolamo Frescobaldi: Organ and Keyboard Works III Il Secondo Libro di Toccate (Rom, Borboni, 1627, 21637) BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Christopher Stembridge in collaboration with Kenneth Gilbert BA 8414 · approx. € 39.95 To appear in April 2013 ISMN 979-0-006-50624-8

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Already published: Organ and Keyboard Works I.1 Ricercari, et Canzoni franzese (Rom, Zannetti, 1615, 21618) BA 8411 · € 48.95 Organ and Keyboard Works I.2 Toccate e Partite d’intavolatura di cimbalo; Libro primo (Rom, Borboni, 1615, 21616) Title BANew 8412Issue · € 48.95

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Modest Mussorgsky: Night on Bald Mountain Transcription for organ by Zsigmond Szathmáry BA 11211 · € 16.95

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With this volume, Bärenreiter is continuing the Frescobaldi Urtext edition which sets new standards offering professional musicians, musicologists and enthusiasts alike an unrivalled musical text. Volume III includes Frescobaldi’s foreword on the performance of his keyboard music (“avvertimenti”), eleven toccatas for organ, the “madrigale passagiatio” Ancidetemi pur d’Archadelt (in addition Arcadelt’s madrigal of the same name in the Appendix), six canzonas, strictly contrapuntal hymns and Magnificat settings primarily intended for organists, five galliards and six correntes, the Aria detta La Frescobalda and three partitas. Each volume contains an introduction which describes the genesis of the works, the situation regarding sources, performance practice as well as the editorial technique employed. A critical commentary rounds off each volume. The series is planned to comprise six volumes.

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Night on Bald Mountain is one of the best-known works of 19th century Russian programme music in the world. With virtuosic orchestration, the composer depicts a demonic witches’ sabbath on St John’s Night on the Triglav mountain. Zsigmond Szathmáry (b. 1939), the internationally-known concert organist, has reworked the music of this symphonic poem to create a new work which puts the sound possibilities of the concert organ fully to the test. In the process, a virtuosic work has been created, a technical and musical challenge for organists and a guaranteed treat for audiences. “Tonally expressive dimensions coupled with unheard-of virtuosity”, rejoiced one music critic after the performance. • A recreation for organ of this famous work • A technical and musical challenge for organists ISMN 979-0-006-52817-2

• Reflecting the latest musicological research • Detailed foreword, critical commentary, index of sources (Ger/Eng)

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