Franz Anton Hoffmeister: Double Bass Concerto No. 1: Orchester mit Solo

with violino obbligato - Breitkopf Urtext

KOMPONIST: Franz Anton Hoffmeister
PRODUKTFORMAT: Studienpartitur
VERLAG: Breitkopf und Härtel
DEFINITIVE DURATION: 00:18:00
Thanks to its imaginative richness and sterling writing, Hoffmeister’s Double Bass Concerto "No. 1" has advanced to the rank of a popular audition concerto. But when compared with the transmitted sources, the previously available first edition of 1966 proved to be filled with errors. Tobias
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Spezifikationen
Komponist Franz Anton Hoffmeister
Instrumentengruppe Orchester
Instrumentierung Orchester mit Solo
Detaillierte Instrumentierung Solo Double Bass, Violin and Orchestra
PRODUKTFORMAT Studienpartitur
PRODUKTTYP Studienpartitur
Serie Breitkopf Urtext Edition
Verlag Breitkopf und Härtel
Genre Klassik
Definitive Duration 00:18:00
SEITENZAHL 40
ISMN 9790004215616
Verlagsnummer PB 15156-07
NR. BRKPB15156-07
Beschreibung
Thanks to its imaginative richness and sterling writing, Hoffmeister’s Double Bass Concerto "No. 1" has advanced to the rank of a popular audition concerto. But when compared with the transmitted sources, the previously available first edition of 1966 proved to be filled with errors. Tobias Glöckler, double-bass player of the Dresdner Philharmonie, now presents a reliable Urtext in this edition. Through his competence as an instrumentalist, he even goes considerably further and offers various performance possibilities: the solo part can be played not only in solo and orchestral tuning, but also in the historical "Viennese tuning." The C-major version, which is offered on hire, allows performances in orchestral tuning. The orchestral material in D major (sales material) is suited to the other two tunings. “A beautiful and easy to read score, elegantly laid-out and with illuminating and informative preface notes. This concerto is among our most beautiful classical concerti, lyrical and inventive. It is a great pleasure to see our classical repertoire appear in such critical editions.” (Rob Nairn in Bass World)
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