Chamber Music. Duet, Contemporary, Classical. 16 pages. Published by Boosey & Hawkes
Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Edited by Friedrich Hermann. Sheet Music. Published by Edition Peters.
3 Duos (C Major, F Major, Bb Major), transcribed for Violin and Violoncello by Friedrich Hermann (originally for Clarinet and Bassoon).
Including the Minuetto. Key: Eb major. Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Edited by Stein Haas. Classical Period. Set of performance parts. With editor's notes. Composed 1795-98. 14 pages. 9x12 inches.
Beethoven himself called this sonata movement for viola and violincello "Duett mitzweiobligaten Ausenglasern" (Duet requiring two pairs of spectacles). This edition is the first publication after the original in the British Museum. There is a striking melodic resemblance between this duet and the first movement of Beethoven's string quartet in C minor, op. 18 No.4.
Beethoven String Quartets Opus 18. Includes 2 violin, viola, and cello parts. Published by G. Henle. The Urtext edition.
String Quartets Opus 18. Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Classical Period. Includes 2 violin, viola, and cello parts.
Published by C.F. Peters
Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Edited by Andreas Moser. Classical Period. Set of performance parts (parts only, score not included). With thematic index. 196 pages. 9x12 inches.
Beethoven String Quartets Opus 59, 74, 95. The "Middle Quartets". Includes 2 violin, viola, and cello parts. Published by G. Henle. The Urtext edition.
Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Edited by Jonathan Del Mar. Urtext edition. In a folder. Set of parts. 23/14/15/15 pages. 31 x 24.3 cm inches. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag. Text language: English, German.
This new scholarly-critical edition of String Quartet op. 127, the first of Beethoven's late quartets, follows upon Urtext publications of opp. 18, 59, 74 and 95 The editor is the renowned Beethoven authority Jonathan Del Mar. All surviving sources have been consulted including sketches to clarify the conflicting readings in the autograph. Not only has Del Mar reconstructed Beethoven's original beaming, phrasing, articulation and length of crescendo hairpins, he has also corrected wrong notes that have taken hold in editions published over the years and has supplemented missing notes.
* Urtext edition at the cutting edge of scholarship, with detailed separate Critical Commentary
* Parts ideally laid out for performance purposes.
Beethoven's Op. 135, one of the last works he composed, is equally famous for its compositional clarity and for the inadequacy of previous editions. Theproblem lies in the surviving sources, for Beethoven's autograph score contains a great many contradictions compared to his autograph set of parts. In 1827, after Beethoven's death, the German publisher of the first edition posthumously ironed out these discrepancies as he saw fit, and later editions simply adopted his interventions. Rainer Cadenbach's volume is the first attempt to produce an authoritative text for Op. 135. Beethoven's contradictory formulations are laid bare, allowing musicians to make their own decisions. This ambitious new edition also finds room for ideal page turns.
Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Edited by Andreas Moser. Classical Period. Set of performance parts (parts only, score not included). With thematic index. 304 pages. 9x12 inches.
Cello and Piano. Composed by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897). Edited by Egon Voss, Johannes Behr, Claus Kanngiesser, and Klaus Schilde. Arranged by Claus Kanngiesser and Klaus Schilde. Sheet Music. Paperbound. Henle Music Folios. Revised edition, with marked and unmarked string part. Paperbound. 58 pages. 9.25x12 inches.
The E minor Cello Sonata is the first work for one solo instrument and piano which the meticulous composer also had published. In summer 1865 Brahms offered it to the publisher Simrock as a sonata “whose two instruments are both absolutely easy to play” - and rightly so: contrary to the later F Major Sonata Op. 99 (51481135), this early sonata is technically less demanding, yet musically more striking at the same time, so that it is a hit with amateurs and professionals alike. Henle's new edition is based on the new Brahms Complete Edition and thus boasts, besides in-depth commentary, a musical text revised according to the latest scholarly findings. Includes a marked and unmarked cello part.
Composed by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897). Edited by Paul Klengel. Classical Period. Collection and set of performance parts. With bowings and fingerings. 66 pages. 9x12 inches.
Composed by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897). Edited by Gewandhaus Quartet. Classical Period. Set of performance parts (parts only, score not included). 134 pages. 9x12 inches.
Composed by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897). Edited by Clive Brown / Neal Peres Da Costa with a preface by Clive Brown. Score with parts. Second part included with performance markings.
Composed by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897). Edited by Clive Brown. 31 x 24.3 cm inches. Key: D major. Piano reduction by the composer.
Set of performance parts. Composed by Max Bruch (1838-1920). Edited by Henri Schradieck. Arranged by Henry Schradieck. String Solo. Classical Period. Set of performance parts (includes separate violin pull out part). 48 pages. 9x12 inches.
Cello/piano Sonata for Violoncello and Piano. Composed by Claude Debussy (1862-1918). Edited by Regina Back. Urtext edition. Playing score with critical commentary. 22/7 pages.
Debussy's Sonate pour violoncelle et piano was composed in the summer of 1915. It was the first of a planned set of six sonatas for various instrumental combinations of which Debussy only completed three. Imbued with that unmistakable Debussy charm this work has remained a standard in the repertoire since the premiere. It is without question the most performed cello sonata of the 20th century.
Regina Back's Urtext edition for the first time makes use of Debussy's sketches held in a private collection which contain not only an important comment by Debussy regarding the balance of the instruments but also clarify several musical ambiguities found in the autograph and first edition.Barenreiter's new Urtext edition comes with a detailed preface (German/English/French) elaborating not only on the genesis of the composition and its first performances but also providing performance practice information. The edition is rounded off with a facsimile and a Critical Commentary (English).
Composed by Claude Debussy (1862-1918). Edited by Douglas Woodfull-Harris. Urtext edition. In a folder. Set of parts. Opus 10. 15/17/15/15 pages. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag (BA9414).
Doflein Method - Volume 1 - The Beginning, for Violin. The Violinist's Progress. By Erich and Emma Doflein. Published by Schott, publisher's number ED4751.
A course of violin instruction combined with musical theory and practice in duet-playing.
Volume 4: Further Technique in Bowing and Fingering. Composed by Elma Doflein and Erich Doflein. Schott. 68 pages. Schott Music Published by Schott Music (HL49005123). 9x12 inches.