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Streichquartett in a Op. 132

KOMPONIST: Ludwig van Beethoven
PRODUKTTYP: Studienpartitur
PRODUKTFORMAT: Studienpartitur
VERLAG: Bärenreiter-Verlag
After years of several personal and creative crises, the last two years of Beethoven’s life were marked by an irrepressible creative urge that was directed almost exclusively towards the string quartet genre. Of all these late works, it is the Quartet in A minor op. 132 that most impressively
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Spezifikationen
Komponist Ludwig van Beethoven
Herausgeber Jonathan Del Mar
Instrumentengruppe Streichensemble
Instrumentierung Streichquartett
Detaillierte Instrumentierung Streichquartett
Produkttyp Studienpartitur
Produktformat Studienpartitur
Serie Bärenreiter Urtext
Sprache Deutsch;Englisch
Verlag Bärenreiter-Verlag
Genre Klassik
ERSCHEINUNGSJAHR 2021
ISMN 9790006203130
Verlagsnummer TP 932
NR. BATP932
Beschreibung
After years of several personal and creative crises, the last two years of Beethoven’s life were marked by an irrepressible creative urge that was directed almost exclusively towards the string quartet genre. Of all these late works, it is the Quartet in A minor op. 132 that most impressively addresses the overcoming of the depression of the past years. The middle of the five movements is a “Canzona di ringraziamento” entitled: “Holy Song of Thanksgiving of a recovered person to the deity in the Lydian key”. In this movement a slow introduction is followed by the heading: “Feeling renewed strength”. Due to the middle movement full of “divine power”, this string quartet is certainly one of Beethoven’s most emotional compositions. For this new edition of the Quartet op. 132, Beethoven specialist Jonathan Del Mar consulted the autograph as well as several sets of parts corrected by Beethoven, enabling him to correct countless inconsistencies and unconvincing editorial decisions of previous editions.
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