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Chamber Ensemble

Bärenreiter Piano Kaleidoscope. BA 10900 .................... 3 Beethoven: Sonatas for Pianoforte ............................. 4–5 Sonata in E major op. 14 no. 1, Sonata in G major op. 14 no. 2. BA 10855 Grande Sonate in C major op. 53 “Waldstein”. BA 10856 Ravel: Concerto for the Left Hand. BA 7881 .............. 6–7 Martinů: Easy Piano Pieces and Dances. BA 9586 ........................................................................ 8–9 Dušek: Complete Sonatas for Keyboard, Volume II BA 11514 .............................................................................10

Dvořák: Serenade op. 44. BA 10424 ............................... 24

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Ready to Play Violin Masters for Violin and Piano. BA 10633 ............ 12

Orchestra Ravel: Concerto for the Left Hand. BA 7881 .............. 6–7 Vaňhal: Concerto in C major for Viola and Orchestra BA 11531-90 .......................................................................13 Martinů: Concertos for Violin and Orchestra ............ 14 - No. 1 H 226. BA 11527-90 - No. 2 H 293. BA 11529-90 Haydn: Symphony in F major Hob. I:89. BA 10979 .....25

Study Score Dvořák: Concerto for Violoncello in B minor op. 104. TP 620 ............................................................................. 26

App Bärenreiter Study Score Reader .........................................................................27

Strings Vaňhal: Concerto in C major for Viola and Orchestra BA 11531-90 .......................................................................13 Martinů: Concertos for Violin and Orchestra ............ 14 - No. 1 H 226. BA 11527-90 - No. 2 H 293. BA 11529-90 Hertl: Sonata for Double Bass and Piano BA 11530 ............................................................................ 15

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Organ Compendium of Organ Technique. BA 11238 ....................................................................28–29 Dubois: Complete Organ Works, Volume VI. BA 9209..................................................................... 30–31 Vierne: Complete Organ Works, Volume X. BA 9238 ............................................................................ 32 Organ Plus One: Reformation / Hymns by Martin Luther. BA 8508 .......................... 33

Solo Voice

Choir Telemann: Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu TWV 6:6. BA 5851 ........................................................... 17 Telemann: Christus, der ist mein Leben TVWV 1:138. BA 5897..................................................... 18 Telemann: Gott der Hoffnung erfülle euch TVWV 1:634. BA 5898 ................................................... 19 Mozart: Requiem K. 626. BA 4538-90...................... 20–21 Jansson: Sacred Choral Works a cappella .............. 22–23 Missa brevis in E-flat minor. BA 8521 Ingenting utanför / Nothing Beyond. BA 8522

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Rameau: Airs d'opéra : Basse-taille et basse / Operatic Arias: Bass Baritone and Bass BA 9198 ............................................................................ 34 Rameau: Airs d'opéra: Dessus, volume 1 / Operatic Arias: Soprano, volume 1 BA 9191 ............................................................................. 34

Photo Competition .............................................. 35 Your Contacts............................................................ 36


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BÄRENREITER PIANO KALEIDOSCOPE BA 10900 · € 5.00 Already published

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A “special” edition in every sense It’s not just the price that’s special, but also the well-selected cross-section of our piano catalogue. No less eye-catching is the multi-coloured cover based on the colours of our Urtext editions. The pieces and movements in this edition range from the 18 th century through to the first decades of the 20th century. During these approximately 200 years keyboard playing developed considerably and together with the unstoppable rise of the pianoforte since the end of the 18 th century, it became hugely popular. The fifteen composers who are represented in this edition have each, in their inimitable way, shaped the possibilities of sound and playing techniques of this instrument in their works. In our piano collection you will find compositions from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Early Modern eras. The pieces also vary in national style and range from low through to high technical difficulty. An appetiser for our Urtext editions – give it a try!

Bach: Prelude in C major BWV 846 no. 1; Prelude in D minor BWV 851 / Beethoven: Adagio sostenuto, mvt. 1 from the “Moonlight Sonata” op. 27/2 / Brahms: Waltz in B minor no. 11 from Waltzes op. 39; Album Leaf / Debussy: The Little Shepherd; Footsteps in the snow / Handel: Sonatina in D minor, HWV 581 / Janáček: In the Mists No. 1 / Koželuch: Sonata in E-flat major op. 53/3, mvt. 1 / Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Venetian Gondola Song op. 30/6; Allegro non troppo op. 72/1 / Mozart: Allegro, mvt 1. from Sonata facile in C major / Mussorgsky: Tuilleries / Satie: 1ère Gymnopédie; En Plus / Schubert: Allegretto in C minor D 915; Hungarian Melody D 817 / Schulhoff: Blues / Schumann: Sicilienne; Farewell / New IssuePolka Title in E-flat major op. 8/1 Smetana:

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Virtuosic, lyrical … Composed at about the same time as the Grande Sonate pathétique op. 13, the two op. 14 sonatas are among the easiest Beethoven ever wrote and an indispensable part of piano lessons. Their lyrical, almost chamber-like textures and moderate difficulty make them an ideal introduction to the rich legacy of Beethoven’s sonatas. In contrast, the Sonata in C major op. 53 (1803-04) marks Beethoven’s turn towards large-scale symphonic influenced piano works. Since its first publication this highly virtuosic piece, dedicated to Beethoven’s friend and patron Ferdinand, Count Waldstein, has lost none of its magnetism. To this day it remains a pianistic challenge and a musical touchstone for every performer.

Ludwig van Beethoven: Sonata in E major op. 14 no. 1 Sonata in G major op. 14 no. 2 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

Jonathan Del Mar, a scholar second to none in his knowledge of Beethoven’s music, now presents these sonatas in cutting-edge Urtext editions based on the latest research findings and an intensive study of the sources. Practical page turns and a fine engraving reflecting the character of the music ensure maximum enjoyment for every pianist. • Scholarly-critical Urtext edition based on the latest research findings • Enlightening Introductions and notes on period performance practice (Eng/Ger) • Well-presented engraving and practical page turns • Detailed Critical Commentary (Eng) with facsimiles

BA 10855 · approx. € 9.95 To appear in November 2016

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… and incomparable

Ludwig van Beethoven: Grande Sonate in C major for Pianoforte op. 53 “Waldstein” 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 BA 10856 · approx. € 9.95 Piano sonatas already published: Grande Sonate pathétique for Pianoforte in C minor op. 13 BA 10851 · € 5.95

To appear in December 2016

Sonate in F minor for Pianoforte op. 57 “Appassionata” BA 10852 · € 7.95 Sonata quasi una Fantasia in E-flat major op. 27 no. 1 for Pianoforte / Sonata quasi una Fantasia in C-sharp minor op. 27 no. 2 for Pianoforte “Moonlight Sonata” BA 10853 · € 11.50 Sonate in D major for Pianoforte op. 28 “Pastorale” BA 11814 · € 7.95 Sonate in A major for Pianoforte op. 101 BA 11811 · € 7.50

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A masterpiece for Wittgenstein In 1929 Paul Wittgenstein, a pianist and war veteran who lost his right arm in the Great War, commissioned Maurice Ravel to write a concerto for him to perform. The result was one of Ravel’s most thrilling compositions and, for Wittgenstein, the most important of the many works he commissioned over the course of his career. This scholarly-critical edition of Ravel’s Piano Concerto for the Left Hand is based on previously inaccessible and unknown sources. The editor, Douglas Woodfull-Harris, was able to consult manuscripts in the private library of the Paul Wittgenstein Estate which allowed him to retrace the work’s evolution from Ravel’s autograph working copy to the first printed edition.

Maurice Ravel: Concerto for the Left Hand for Piano and Orchestra BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Douglas Woodfull-Harris With a Foreword by Christine Baur Score BA 7881 · approx. € 39.95 Piano reduction by Maurice Ravel BA 7881-90 · approx. € 34.95 Wind set BA 7881-65 · approx. € 79.00

A source of key importance to our new edition is a handwritten French copy of Ravel’s own piano reduction (the autograph is inaccessible) that he gave to Wittgenstein to facilitate rehearsing the work. This copy is the sole source reflecting Wittgenstein’s own interpretation and containing his corrections to the final cadenza. It also helps us to understand omissions in the first edition of the score as well as the piano reduction, and enabled the editor, amongst other things, to correct a great many notes which could be found in previous editions, including the solo piano part. The piano reduction in our edition contains both Ravel’s and Wittgenstein’s fingering. Also included is a solo part without fingering, thereby giving pianists the opportunity to enter their own fingering after having studied those of Ravel and Wittgenstein. • Score and orchestral parts in large format (25.5 x 32.5 cm) • Includes source descriptions and a Critical Commentary with

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alternative readings (Eng) • Informative Foreword on the work’s history and genesis (Ger/Eng/Fr) • Piano reduction with separate Urtext solo part enclosed

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From: Ravel, Concerto for the Left Hand · Score BA 7881

Already published: Maurice Ravel Pavane pour une infante défunte pour piano BA 9632 · € 9.50 No distribution rights for Spain. Valses nobles et sentimentales for Piano BA 10826 · € 15.50 No distribution rights for France and Spain. Tzigane Concert Rhapsody for Violin and Orchestra BA 8849 · € 27.95 Version for Violin and Piano BA 8849-90 · € 17.95 No distribution rights for France, Spain and the USA. Sonata in Four parts for Violin and Violoncello BA 9417 · € 22.95 No distribution rights for France and Spain. String Quartet BA 9413 · € 31.95 No distribution rights for Spain.

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Appealing pieces and new discoveries

Bohuslav Martinů: Easy Piano Pieces and Dances Edited by Lucie Harasim Berná BA 9586 · approx. € 10.95 To appear in November 2016

ISMN 979-0-2601-0746-5

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Contents Quarter and Eighth Notes (Čtvrtky a osminky) H 257 One Step H 127bis Foxtrot Born “On the Corner” (Foxtrot narozený Na růžku) H 123bis Black Bottom H 165 Foxtrot H 126bis New Issue Title Christmas (Le Noël/Vánoce) H 167

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Though Bohuslav Martinů produced a lot of didactic material for the piano, not all of it has been published and many delightful works have remained unknown. In this Easy Piano Pieces and Dances album, Martinů’s four-part piano cycle Quarter and Eighth Notes, composed in Paris in 1937, appears for the first time. It is devoted to changes of metre and tempo. The work, previously known only from his correspondence, was long considered lost until a copyist’s manuscript of it resurfaced in Brno in 2011. The jazz piece One Step, composed in 1921, is also made accessible here for the first time. It hitherto only existed in the composer’s autograph. Along with these two “discoveries”, this album contains the dance pieces that Martinů composed in Polička in the 1920s as well as the three-part cycle Christmas, composed in Paris in 1927. These were previously available in Compositions for Polička. • Includes original Martinů works, some published for the first time • Foreword (Cz/Eng/Ger) and fingering by Lucie Harasim Berná • Easy to moderately difficult pieces


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More original piano gems

From: Chopin, Easy Piano Pieces and Dances · BA 6565

Already published in the Easy Piano Pieces and Dances series: Johann Sebastian Bach Ludwig van Beethoven Johannes Brahms Frédéric Chopin Claude Debussy Edvard Grieg George Frideric Handel Joseph Haydn Franz Liszt Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Maurice Ravel * Erik Satie Franz Schubert Robert Schumann Peter Tchaikowsky

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BA 6572 BA 6560 BA 6566 BA 6565 BA 6573 BA 6575 BA 6578 BA 4631 BA 6577 BA 6568 BA 5327 BA 6580 BA 6574 BA 5639 BA 6567 BA 6576

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Dušek’s sonatas in a complete scholarly-critical edition

František Xaver Dušek: Complete Sonatas for Keyboard, Volume II BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Vojtěch Spurný BA 11514 · approx. € 21.95 To appear in October 2016

The Czech composer František Xaver Dušek (1731–1799) was one of the leading figures in the musical life of late 18 th-century Prague. He was an outstanding pianist, composer and teacher whose pupils included Leopold Koželuch.

ISMN 979-0-2601-0765-6

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This edition in two volumes contains all 23 of his surviving piano sonatas, many of which were previously accessible only in old prints or manuscripts. They are presented in chronological order by publication date and are all of easy technical difficulty. A Commentary by the editor offers useful tips on performance practice. Volume II contains sonatas left unpublished in Dušek’s lifetime and preserved in manuscript form. Three of them appear here for the first time.

Already published: František Xaver Dušek: Complete Sonatas for Keyboard, Volume I BANew 11513Issue · €Title 21.95

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• First complete scholarly-critical edition • Five previously unpublished sonatas • Foreword (Cz/Eng/Ger) and Critical Commentary (Eng) • Easy to play and suitable for teaching purposes


Complete Editions

New publications up to May 2016 Niels W. Gade Works Series III:1 Works for Piano, Volume 1 Edited by Niels Bo Foltmann BA 7617

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Niels W. Gade Works Series III:2 Works for Piano, Volume 2 Edited by Niels Bo Foltmann BA 7618

George Frideric Handel Halle Handel Edition, Series II, Volume 28 Orlando Revised and amended texts and Critical Commentary by Terence Best BA 4087-41

George Frideric Handel Halle Handel Edition, Series II, Volume 13 Te Deum for the Victory at the Battle of Dettingen Anthem for the Victory at the Battle of Dettingen Edited by Amanda Babington BA 10706-01

Leoš Janáček Complete Critical Edition of the Works of Leoš Janáček Series A, Volume 5 Osud Edited by Jiří Zahrádka BA 9562-01

Monumenta Monodica Medii Aevi Volume IX The Music of the Beneventan Rite Edited by Thomas Forrest Kelly and Matthew Peattie BA 5700

Franz Schubert New Edition of the Complete Works Series VIII, Volume 9 Franz Schubert's Works in First Editions and Early Prints (Catalogue of Schubert Prints) Volumes 9a and 9b Presented by Michael Raab BA 5571-01

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New in the Ready to Play series

Violin Masters for Violin and Piano Edited by István Nagy BA 10633 · approx. € 11.95 (replaces BA 8110) To appear in October 2016 This volume offers a varied repertoire with works by famous composers. It presents 15 pieces from the 17 th to 19th centuries ranging from Purcell through to Tchaikowsky. The piano accompaniments are not difficult to play, and the violin part itself can be mastered frequently in first position.

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Contents Bourrée (from the Suite in G major) by Henry Purcell / Réjouissance (from Klingende Geographie) by Georg Philipp Telemann / Musette (from Alcina) by George Frideric Handel / Lied (from the Peasant Cantata) by Johann Sebastian Bach / Dance (from Sémiramide) by Christoph Willibald Gluck / Theme and Variations (from Baryton Trio No. 2) by Josef Haydn / Contredance (from Contredances for J. R. Count Czernin) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart / Minuet (from Serenade no. 1) by Ludwig van Beethoven / Allegramente (from Rondo for piano duet) by Carl Maria von Weber / Farewell to the Woods (from Six Songs op. 59) by Felix Mendelssohn / Romance (from Die Zauberharfe) by Franz Schubert / Aria (from Il Corsaro) by Giuseppe Verdi / March (from Don Procopio) by Georges Bizet / Hoping in Vain (from Four Duets op. 3) by Antonín Dvořák / Song without Words op. 40 by Peter I. Tchaikowsky


Strings

The Bohemian touch

Jan Křtitel Vaňhal: Concerto in C major for Viola and Orchestra Piano reduction by Vilém Blažek Viola part revised by Jan Plachta

The Bohemian composer Jan Křtitel Vaňhal/Johann Baptist Vanhal (1739–1813) settled in Vienna around 1763. There he wrote several concertos for various instruments, of which two for viola have survived. Both are evidently not original compositions, but arrangements by Vaňhal of some of his own works, a common practice of that time. The Viola Concerto in C major is based on Vaňhal's cello concerto in the same key.

BA 11531-90 · approx. € 14.95 (replaces H 3586) Performance material available on hire To appear in October 2016

Our new revised edition makes this Concerto available once again. The solo part contains cadenzas for each movement. • Popular repertoire piece from the Viennese classical period • Idiomatic piano reduction • Solo part revised by Jan Plachta

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Key violin concertos of the 20th century Bohuslav Martinů wrote his First Violin Concerto in Paris in 1932–33, this work having been commissioned by the violin virtuoso Samuel Dushkin. However, it was never performed during his lifetime and was even considered lost after his death. Only in the late 1960s was the autograph rediscovered by the Belgian musicologist Harry Halbreich. The première was given by Georg Solti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in 1973 with Czech violinist Josef Suk as soloist.

Bohuslav Martinů: Concerto No. 1 for Violin and Orchestra H 226 Piano reduction by Karel Šolc Violin part revised by Josef Suk BA 11527-90 · approx. € 24.95 (replaces H 5797) To appear in September 2016

After hearing the Boston Symphony Orchestra perform Martinů’s Symphony No. 1 in New York, Mischa Elman commissioned the composer to write a violin concerto for him. Martinů thereupon composed his Second Violin Concerto in 1943. That same year Elman played the solo part at the première, with Sergei Koussevitzky conducting the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Our two publications of the piano reductions are based on the musical text of the respective first editions. Both solo parts have been revised by leading Czech violinists and performers of Martinů’s music. • Major violin concertos of the 20 th century • New Forewords by Martinů scholar Sandra Bergmannová (Cz/Eng/Ger)

Concerto No. 2 for Violin and Orchestra H 293 Piano reduction by Karel Šolc Violin part revised by Bruno Bělčík BA 11529-90 · approx. € 21.95 (replaces H 5286) To appear in September 2016 ISMN 979-0-2601-0794-6

Performance material for both concertos is available on hire. The score for Concerto No. 1 is also available on sale New Issue Title (H 5798/BA 6720 · € 56.00)

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Virtuoso bowing!

František Hertl: Sonata for Double Bass and Piano

The renowned Czech bass player, composer and conductor František Hertl (1906–1973) led the double bass section of the Czech Philharmonic during the Václav Talich era and later taught at the Conservatory and the Academy of Music in Prague. An outstanding virtuoso, he had a consummate mastery of his instrument’s expressive potential and sound qualities. He also wrote successful concert and teaching pieces for his instrument.

Score with part Double bass part revised by Jiří Hudec BA 11530 · € 21.95 (replaces H 2068) Already published

Composed in 1946, Hertl’s only Sonata for Double Bass and Piano in three movements is a work of artistic and technical challenges that has maintained its place in the double bass repertoire to the present day. • New edition of a major repertoire piece for double bass • Foreword (Cz/Eng/Ger) by Hertl’s last pupil, Jan Balcar

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Mozart red BA 8100 · € 0.75 These little notebooks are handsome as well as practical. The pages alternate with musical staves on the left side and writing lines on the right side. The superior quality of paper used for the notebooks matches that of our fine Urtext editions. Minimum order quantity: 10 copies

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250th anniversary of Telemann’s death

A festive piece for church and concert hall

Georg Philipp Telemann: Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu TWV 6:6 Oratorio for Mixed Choir and Orchestra Composed around 1760, Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu is one of Telemann’s last large-scale vocal works. The libretto, by Karl Wilhelm Ramler, recounts the Biblical events from the Resurrection to the Ascension in seven sections. Alternating between recitative, da capo arias and festive choruses, Telemann succeeds in producing a vivid and effective musical interpretation of the libretto. Our edition of this oratorio is based on the Urtext from Georg Philipp Telemann Musical Works. The score contains a realisation of the continuo part. The work is ideal for performances in church and concert hall alike. • Complete scholarly-critical edition based on Georg Philipp

BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Ralph-Jürgen Reipsch Piano reduction by Andreas Köhs Score BA 5851 · approx. € 49.95 Vocal score (Ger) BA 5851-90 · approx. € 29.95 To appear in November 2016 Performance material available on hire ISMN 979-0-006-49790-4

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Telemann Musical Works • An attractive addition to the repertoire with a view to the Telemann Year 2017 • Bilingual Foreword (Ger/Eng) • Idiomatic piano reduction

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Baroque magnificance

Georg Philipp Telemann: Christus, der ist mein Leben TVWV 1:138 Chorale Setting for Mixed Choir (SATB) and Orchestra BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Ute Poetzsch Piano reduction by Andreas Köhs Score BA 5897 · approx. € 19.95 Vocal score (Ger) BA 5897-90 · approx. € 12.95 Wind set BA 5897-65 · approx. € 15.95 Organo BA 5897-67 · approx. € 11.95 Violino I BA 5895-74 · approx. € 4.95 Violino II BA 5897-75 · approx. € 4.95 Viola BA 5897-79 · approx. € 4.95 Bassi BA 5897-82 · approx. € 4.95

Chorale settings form a central part of Telemann’s œuvre. His 1754 setting of the church hymn Christus, der ist mein Leben, based on Melchoir Vulpius’ melody from the Hamburg Hymnal, is especially well-suited to display his mastery in depicting the words of the chorale. The so-called “Ausfüllungsbass” (a vocal bass added to the principal bass in tutti passages) was probably necessitated by the acoustical properties of Hamburg’s churches. This is the first Urtext edition of this highly successful chorale setting which is based on Georg Philipp Telemann Musical Works. The score contains a realisation of the continuo part.

To appear in October 2016 • First Urtext edition based on Georg Philipp Telemann ISMN 979-0-006-56305-0

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Musical Works • An attractive addition to the repertoire with a view to the Telemann Year 2017

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250th anniversary of Telemann’s death

Festive music for Whit Sunday

Georg Philipp Telemann: Gott der Hoffnung erfülle euch TVWV 1:634 Cantata for Whit Sunday for Soloists, Choir and Orchestra BÄRENREITER URTEXT In 1717 Telemann composed his cantata Gott der Hoffnung erfülle euch for Whit Sunday based on a text by Erdmann Neumeister. It forms part of the Concerten-Jahrgang, also known as Das Harmonische Zion or Italienischer Jahrgang where all the cantatas are conceived as concertos for vocal and instrumental parts and have been colourfully scored. This particular work includes two oboes, two Corni da Caccia and strings. Vocal soloists, choir and instruments alternate and have equal musical standing in this festive Whit Sunday cantata which provides a valuable addition to the church service or concert repertoire. • Urtext edition based on Georg Philipp Telemann Musical Works

Edited by Maik Richter Piano reduction by Andreas Köhs Score BA 5898 · € 19,95 Vocal score (Ger) BA 5898-90 · € 11.95 Wind set BA 5898-65 · € 15.95

• An attractive addition to the repertoire with a view to the Organo BA 5898-67 · € 11.95 Violino I BA 5898-74 · € 4.95 Violino II BA 5898-75 · € 4.95 Viola BA 5898-79 · € 4.95 Bassi BA 5898-82 · € 4.95

Telemann Year 2017 • Bilingual Foreword (Ger/Eng) • Idiomatic piano reduction ISMN 979-0-006-56267-1

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Mozart’s Requiem: revised piano reduction ... Mozart’s final work, the Requiem K. 626, was left incomplete. The completion of the fragmentary score by his assistant Franz Xaver Süssmayr, who helped him with The Magic Flute, has the character of a historical source with utmost closeness to Mozart’s thoughts. The completed Requiem score, published in the New Mozart Edition, serves as the basis for this vocal score edition which now appears in a revised form and newly engraved. Minor corrections have been made to the musical text, the vocal parts have been made easier to read and the piano accompaniment easier to play.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Requiem, K. 626 BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Leopold Nowak

Christoph Wolff, an authoritative Requiem connoisseur has supplied a Foreword with a clear and concise account of the work’s genesis and its musical features. BA 4538-90 replaces the existing vocal score. The BA edition number remains the same. • Revised piano reduction • With a Foreword by Christoph Wolff (Ger/Eng)

Piano reduction by Heinz Moehn (Reviewed and revised by Antje Wissemann) Vocal score (Lat) BA 4538-90 · approx. € 8.75 To appear in November 2016

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• Compatible with all existing performance material (BA 4538) • Improved readability and uncluttered piano reduction • Modern engraving


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… compatible with all existing performance material

• Larger notation in the vocal parts

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• Revised musical text • Improved readability

For connoisseurs and music lovers Already published: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Requiem K. 626 Facsimile of the autograph score held in the Austrian National Library With a commentary by Christoph Wolff and Günter Brosche BÄRENREITER FACSIMILE (2015). 200 pages of facsimile with individually trimmed pages, 35 pages of commentary (Eng/Ger), half-leather binding ISBN 978-3-7618-2346-0 · € 448.00 New Issue Title

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SACRED CHORAL WORKS Video samples on

Mårten Jansson: Choral Works a cappella Missa brevis in E-flat minor (SATB) (Lat) BA 8521 · approx. € 4.95 To appear in October 2016

Ingenting utanför / Nothing Beyond (SSMezAA) (Swed/Eng) BA 8522 · approx. € 3.95

The Missa brevis in E-flat minor for mixed choir a cappella has been composed in the tradition of the short Mass (without Credo) and can be easily managed by most choirs. Thanks to its conciseness, it is suitable for use in church services, while its delightful harmonic layout and consciously simple melodies (with clear allusions to folk music) also make it perfect for concert performance. Ingenting utanför / Nothing Beyond is another collaboration between Mårten Jansson and the Swedish poet Einar Askestad. This a cappella choral work deals with sorrow and loss. After a forceful, harmonically ambiguous section and a clear break in the music, the piece ends with a comforting decrescendo of reconciliation. It was commissioned by the Uppsala female choir “La Cappella” and is dedicated to its choral director Tony Margeta.

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I Never Saw a Moor (SSMezMezAA) (Eng) BA 7415 · € 4.95

God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (SATB) (Eng) BA 7419 · € 4.95

Maria (IV) (SATB) (Swed/Eng) BA 7412 · € 3.95

Cantate Domino (TTBB) (Lat) BA 7416 · € 4.95

[SSA (TB)] and String Quartet

The Choirmaster’s Burial (SSATBB) (Lat SSA/Eng TBB) BA 7413 · € 5.95

In the Light of God (SMezATB) (Swed/Eng) BA 7417 · € 9.95

Cantate Domino (SSAATTBB) (Lat) BA 7414 · € 4.95

Es ist ein Ros entsprungen (SSAATTBB) (Ger/Eng/Swed) BA 7418 · € 6.95

Already published: Fear Thou Not (SSMezAA) (Eng) BA 7411 · € 3.95

Missa Popularis (VI, VII, Va, Vc) (Lat) Score BA 7420 · € 24.95 Vocal score BA 7420-90 · € 13.95 Parts New Iss Issue Title BA 7420-22 · € 16.95

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Chamber Ensemble

First Urtext edition of the popular serenade

Antonín Dvořák: Serenade op. 44 for Wind Instruments, Violoncello and Double Bass BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Robin Tait Score BA 10424 · approx. € 27.95 Set of parts BA 10424-22 · approx. € 43.95 To appear in September 2016

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In 1878 Dvořák was in Vienna and was so impressed by a performance of Mozart’s Wind Serenade in B-flat major K. 361 that he wrote his own wind serenade within the space of two weeks after his return. Taking Mozart’s piece as his model, he supplemented the wind band with a bass part for violoncello and double bass. The op. 44 Serenade, which also delighted Johannes Brahms, was issued by Dvořák’s publisher Simrock shortly after its première. Our new Urtext edition draws on this first print while using the autograph to correct a number of mistakes and above all inconsistencies in articulation. • First Urtext edition of Dvořák’s popular Serenade for winds

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Orchestra

Continuing the publication of Haydn symphonies Haydn's Symphony Hob. I:89 belongs to a group of symphonies composed between the ‘Paris’ symphonies (Hob. I:82-87) and their ‘London’ counterparts (Hob. I: 93-104) – the last ones he wrote before his trips to England in 1791-92 and 1794-95. The Symphony in F major is dated 1787 in the autograph score. In this work Haydn borrowed two movements from an earlier piece, possibly owing to deadline pressure. The second and fourth movements are arrangements of movements 2 and 3 from his Concerto in F major Hob. VIIh:5 for two “lire organizzate” and orchestra. The fact that he also arranged movements from his other lire concertos suggests that he regarded them as a sort of musical quarry. This at least allowed him to recycle parts of these works after his patron had probably prohibited him from offering them commercially. This edition continues the collaboration with the Henle publishing company regarding Haydn's large-scale choral works, operas and symphonies. It is based on the Henle Complete Edition of the Works of Joseph Haydn. The complete performance material for several Sturm und Drang symphonies and all of the London and Paris symphonies is now available from Bärenreiter. • Based on the Henle Complete Edition of the Works of Joseph Haydn • Orchestral parts in a large format (25.5 x 32.5 cm)

Joseph Haydn: Symphony in F major Hob. I:89 URTEXT Edited by Andreas Friesenhagen Score BA 10979

€ 37.95

Wind set BA 10979-65

€ 29.95

Violin I Violin II Viola Violoncello

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Study Score

One of the major Del Mar editions in a study score This study score is based on the score and complete performance material of Dvořák’s famous B minor Cello Concerto (BA 9045) edited by Jonathan Del Mar and published in 2011. In addition the study score contains a Foreword by Dvořák scholar Jan Smaczny. Like every other major 19th-century cello concerto, Dvořák’s concerto resulted from a collaboration between the composer and a virtuoso musician. Several passages in Dvořák’s autograph were written by the cellist Hanus Wihan but Bärenreiter’s edition now reveals that some details in the orchestral parts are also in his writing, showing just how closely the two musicians were working together.

Antonín Dvořák: Concerto for Violoncello in B minor op. 104 BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Jonathan Del Mar With a Foreword by Jan Smaczny TP 620 · approx. € 18.50 To appear in September 2016

The editor Jonathan Del Mar has conscientiously examined every available source, including two that have hitherto been either ignored or crucially undervalued. His research has led to a benchmark edition that reconstructs, for the first time since its initial publication in 1896, Dvořák’s definitive version of the solo part. It differs from previous editions in practically every measure and hundreds of corrections have also been made to the orchestral parts. • Includes Dvořák’s final and definitive version of the solo cello part • Incorporates new discoveries regarding the collaboration between Dvořák and Wihan • With Feuermann’s and Casals’s alternative versions of a passage in the first movement • Detailed Foreword (Eng/Cz/Ger)

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Antonín Dvořák Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra op. 104 Facsimile of the autograph score. 34 pages of introduction (Eng/Ger/Cz) ISBN 978-3-7618-1849-7 · € 342.00


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Organ

A reference work on organ playing Compendium of Organ Technique Volume 1: Exercise Units 1–30 Volume 2: Exercise Units 31–60 Edited by Peter Wagner BA 11238 Introductory price until 30 June 2017: approx. € 69.00 From 1 July onwards: approx. € 84.00 Both volumes will appear in November 2016. These volumes cannot be purchased individually. Our two-volume edition is the first to offer a reference work on organ technique systematically subdivided into 60 exercise units. It provides an overview of all relevant topics on manual and pedal playing based on the tutors by Marcel Dupré, Fernando Germani, Charles-Louis Hanon and Johannes Brahms as well as on their sequels and supplements. There is also a comprehensive set of exercises to maintain the achieved performance level. This compendium is a tutor for all levels of expertise and training from ambitious semi-professional organists through to fully professional church musicians and conservatory students. Furthermore it is aimed at all of those who teach the organ, whether privately or at academies, colleges, conservatories or universities. • Two-volume reference work on organ technique (Ger/Eng) • Covers all relevant areas of manual and pedal playing • Includes a comprehensive set of exercises • Concise introductory text (Ger/Eng) ISMN 979-0-006-56265-7

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from: Compendium of Organ Technique · BA 11238

Peter Wagner

Peter Wagner (b. Karlstadt, 1967) studied Catholic church music (A-level certification), organ improvisation, concert organ and music theory in Cologne, Würzburg and Salzburg. His later career led him to a wide variety of teaching, consultancy and jury activities in the areas of organ playing, music theory, choral and orchestral conducting, voice training and children’s choirs. He has also given concert tours in Germany and abroad. From 2001 to 2003 Wagner was an educational consultant and teacher at the Bavarian State Academy of Music in Hammelburg. Since then he has been cathedral organist and choral director in Minden as well dean church musician for the archbishopric of Paderborn. New Issue Title

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Organ

First complete Urtext edition now comes to a close

Théodore Dubois: Complete Organ Works Volume VI: 42 Pièces pour Orgue sans Pédales ou Harmonium BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Helga Schauerte-Maubouet BA 9209 · approx. € 44.95 To appear in September 2016

Volume VI presents 42 easy to moderately difficult pieces without pedal for organ or harmonium in every key, and brings the complete edition of Théodore Dubois’ organ works to a close. With their contrasting length and character, the pieces offer a wide range of performance possibilities both inside and outside the liturgy. Since Dubois was a master of melody, several of the pieces can also be rendered on the piano, further enhancing the collection’s practical value. • At the cutting edge of scholarship • Music in every key for church worship and concert performance • Detailed Foreword, Critical Commentary (Fr/Eng/Ger) and facsimiles

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Now available at a special set price: Théodore Dubois Complete Organ Works in 6 Volumes BA 9220

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€ 220 · instead of € 276.90

The set includes: Volume I: Early Works and Works with Minimal or Optional Use of the Pedals 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 III: Organist at the Church “La Madeleine” Trois Pièces pour Grand Orgue (1890) / Messe de Mariage. Cinq Pièces pour Orgue (1891) BA 8470 · € 39.95 Volume IV: Organist at the Church "La Madeleine" Douze Pièces nouvelles (1893) / Ascendit Deus (Offertoire pour la fête de L' Ascension) (1902) BA 8471 · € 48.50 Volume V: His Last Organ Works Dix Pièces (nouvelles (1921) / Fantasietta avec Variations (1922) BA 9208 · € 46.50 Volume VI: 42 Pièces pour Orgue sans Pédales ou Harmonium BA 9209 · approx. € 44.95 ISMN 979-0-006-53778-5

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Organ

The close of the Vierne Complete Edition Louis Vierne (1870–1937) brought symphonic French organ music to its stylistic climax. Besides being a productive composer, he also gained a reputation as a brilliant improviser at his place of employment, the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, and throughout the world. In 1928 Vierne, one of the best-known organists of his day, made one of the earliest organ recordings, playing Bach works and his own improvisations in Notre Dame.

Louis Vierne: Complete Organ Works Volume X: Improvisations and Transcriptions BÄRENREITER URTEXT Edited by Helga Schauerte-Maubouet BA 9238 · approx. € 24.95 To appear in November 2016 No distribution rights for France and Spain.

Three improvisations released in 1929-30 were transferred to musical notation in 1954 by his pupil Maurice Duruflé. Another previously unpublished improvisation which was recently rediscovered among Vierne's posthumous papers was reconstructed and published in musical notation in 2005 by Duruflé’s pupil Jean-Michel Louchart (b. 1946). These four improvisations join Vierne's transcriptions of works by Johann Sebastian Bach, César Franck and Sergei Rachmaninov in this volume, bringing our complete edition of his organ works to a close. Contents 1) Improvisations: - Three Improvisations (reconstructed by Maurice Duruflé in 1954) - Improvisation (reconstructed by Jean-Michel Louchart in 2005) 2) Transcriptions: - Johann Sebastian Bach, Sicilienne BWV 1031 (1894) (mvt. 2 of the Sonata in E-flat major for flute and harpsichord) - César Franck, 5 Pièces d′harmonium (1901) - Sergei Rachmaninov, Prélude in C-sharp minor op. 3 no. 2 (1932) (from: Morceaux de fantaisie) • New source material incorporated • Extensive trilingual Foreword (Fr/Eng/Ger) with detailed

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Luther 2017: 500th anniversary of the Reformation The organ plus one series was specially conceived for semi-professional church musicians and instrumentalists. It takes its bearings from the liturgical calendar and the pieces can be easily played in church services, evening recitals or small concerts. Included are pieces which are freely-composed or based on chorales, either original works or arrangements by the editor. In this volume the works relate to hymns of the Reformation, including some composed by Martin Luther. Enclosed in each edition are solo parts for C, B-flat, E-flat and F which can be played by violin, flute, oboe, clarinet, trumpet and horn in F. For use in church services, the chorale preludes are provided with accompaniments in the keys of the Lutheran hymnal. A selection of the contents: Chorale preludes: Johann Sebastian Bach, Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr BWV 675; Johann Gottfried Walther, Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan; Gottfried August Homilius, Nun freut euch, lieben Christen g’mein; Otto Dienel, Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten; Max Reger, Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott. Freely composed works: Johann Sebastian Bach, Sinfonia in F major BWV 794 and Trio BWV 525; Sigfrid Karg-Elert, Benediction; Théodore Dubois, Prélude.

ORGAN PLUS ONE Reformation / Hymns by Martin Luther Original works and arrangements for church services and concerts Edited by Carsten Klomp Score with parts BA 8508 · approx. € 24.95 To appear in October 2016

Already published in the organ plus one series: Advent / Christmas Passion / Easter Death and Eternity / Funeral Service Praise and Thank / Baptism and Wedding Divine Service Communion

BA 8501 · € 18.50 BA 8503 · € 18.50 BA 8504 · € 18.50 BA 8505 · € 18.50 BA 8506 · € 18.50 BA 8507 · € 18.50

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Solo Voice

Jean-Philippe Rameau: “Airs d’opéra” Series Edition of the Centre de musique baroque de Versailles (CMBV) supported by the Société Jean-Philippe Rameau (SPJR) based on the works which form part of the Jean-Philippe Rameau Opera Omnia (OOR).

Airs d'opéra : Basse-taille et basse / Operatic Arias: Bass Baritone and Bass

Already published: Airs d’opéra, Grand dessus (Soprano and Mezzo-soprano) Vocal score (Fr) BA 9195 · € 52.00 Airs d’opéra, Dessus (Soprano), Vol. 2 Vocal score (Fr) BA 9192 · € 52.00 Airs d’opéra, Haute-contre (Tenor), Vol. 1 Vocal score (Fr) BA 9196 · € 52.00 Airs d’opéra, Haute-contre (Tenor), Vol. 2 Vocal score (Fr) BA 9197 · € 52.00

Edited by Sylvie Bouissou, Benoît Dratwicki, Julien Dubruque. Piano reduction by François Saint-Yves Vocal score (Fr) BA 9198 / CAH.XXX/OORVIaX · € 52.00 To appear in July 2016 This volume contains the bass baritone and bass arias for the main characters.

Airs d'opéra : Dessus, volume 1 / Operatic Arias: Soprano Edited by Sylvie Bouissou, Benoît Dratwicki, Julien Dubruque. Piano reduction by François Saint-Yves Vocal score (Fr) BA 9191 / CAH.XXX/OORVIaX · € 52.00 To appear in December 2016 This volume contains the soprano arias for the main characters. • Detailed historical Introductions (Fr/Eng) • Well-presented idiomatic piano reductions based on Rameau’s Opera Omnia • Each number is preceded by a brief account of the dramatic situation and an English translation of the vocal text • Co-edited by the Centre de musique baroque de Versailles and the Société Jean-Philippe Rameau (distributed exclusively by Bärenreiter) ISMN 979-0-006-56139-1

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