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Jean Sibelius: Sämtliche Werke (JSW) Serie VIII Band 4: Gesang mit Klavier

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KOMPONIST: Jean Sibelius
PRODUKTFORMAT: Vokal Sammlung
VERLAG: Breitkopf und Härtel
Jean Sibelius overall composed more than 100 solo songs for voice and piano. Volume 4 mostly contains first editions. These songs were generally unknown. Only a few of them have been available for performers in manuscript copies and have also appeared on concert programs. The volume contains also
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Spezifikationen
Komponist Jean Sibelius
Herausgeber Jukka Tilikainen
Instrumentengruppe Vokal
Instrumentierung Gesang mit Klavier
Detaillierte Instrumentierung Gesang mit Klavier
PRODUKTFORMAT Vokal Sammlung
PRODUKTTYP Buch
Verlag Breitkopf und Härtel
Genre Klassik
SEITENZAHL 256
ISMN 9790004802564
Verlagsnummer SON 606
NR. BRKSON606
Beschreibung
Jean Sibelius overall composed more than 100 solo songs for voice and piano. Volume 4 mostly contains first editions. These songs were generally unknown. Only a few of them have been available for performers in manuscript copies and have also appeared on concert programs. The volume contains also the first printed Sibelius’ work Serenad and in contrast to the other two volumes with solo-songs it contains arrangements for voice and piano for the first time. Sibelius arranged three types of works for voice and piano: songs from incidental music, works for voice and piano, and one choral work. The arrangements were not made for the purpose of producing rehearsal scores, but rather as genuine concert pieces to be used in recitals. Rarely are such arrangements simply reductions of the orchestral score, as rehearsal scores tend to be. Instead, Sibelius gave the piano parts of his arrangements the same dedication and seriousness as he gave his solo songs. The independance of his arrangements is especially pointed to the very virtuoso piano part of the ballad Koskenlaskijan morsiamet Op. 33.
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