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Josef Suk: Meditation on the Old Czech Hymn St. Wenceslas: Streichquartett

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KOMPONIST: Josef Suk
PRODUKTTYP: Studienpartitur
PRODUKTFORMAT: Studienpartitur
VERLAG: Bärenreiter-Verlag
Josef Suk played second violin in the Bohemian String Quartet. Since 1914 the ensemble was obliged to perform the Austrian national anthem at the opening of every concert. Suk decided to supplement this obligatory piece with a work inspired by the ancient sacred Bohemian “St. Wenceslas” hymn. The
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Spezifikationen
Komponist Josef Suk
Herausgeber Zdenek Nouza
Instrumentengruppe Streichensemble
Instrumentierung Streichquartett
Detaillierte Instrumentierung Streichquartett
Produkttyp Studienpartitur
Produktformat Studienpartitur
Serie Bärenreiter Urtext
Verlag Bärenreiter-Verlag
Epoche Post 1901
ERSCHEINUNGSJAHR 2016
SEITENZAHL 17
ISMN 9790260107809
Verlagsnummer TP 583
NR. BATP583
Beschreibung
Josef Suk played second violin in the Bohemian String Quartet. Since 1914 the ensemble was obliged to perform the Austrian national anthem at the opening of every concert. Suk decided to supplement this obligatory piece with a work inspired by the ancient sacred Bohemian “St. Wenceslas” hymn. The hymn’s message a plea for the well-being of the Czech people, directed at their patron saint was immediately understood by the audience. The Bohemian String Quartet performed this single-movement Meditation for the first time on 27 September 1914; the premiere of the version for string orchestra followed on 22 November 1914, played by the Czech Philharmonic. That same year thepiece was published by Fr. A. Urbánek together with arrangements for piano and organ. This first Urtext edition, prepared by the Suk scholar Zdenek Nouza, is published in two scorings, one for string quartet (BA 9583; study score TP 583) and another for string orchestra (BA 9584). The orchestral version differs in some details and has an added part for double bass.
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