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Complete Chamber Music for Strings

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This volume is reproduced directly from the famous Breitkopf&H&# 228;rtel series published at Leipzig under the title Franz Schubert's Werke, Kritisch durchgesehene Gesammtausgabe. The music is edited by Eusebius Mandyczewski and Joseph Hellmesberger. Included are the Quintet in C Major (1828), the 15 quartets, and two trios for violin, viola, and violoncello. Noteheads have been reproduced in a size large enough to be read easily while you play, and there is ample space between staves and in the margins for any notes, harmonic analyses, fingerings, or annotations that you may want to record on the score. The edition is practical for almost any use, whether as a study guide, a reference, or just a companion for your greater musical enjoyment.

Издательство: "Dover Publications" (1997)

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Schubert, Franz

Schubert, Franz. Die ernsten und düstern Tonstücke dieses Componisten, der, in dem lebenslustigen, heitern Wien am 31. Jan. 1797 geb., leider ebendaselbst schon 1830 in die Region der ewig heitern Sphärenharmonien überging, haben einen hohen Kunstwerth, namentlich seine vielen Balladen und Lieder, unter denen die vorzüglichsten und allbekanntesten der »Erlkönig,« »die ForelleHector's Abschied,« und »die Rose« sind. Die seltene Tiefe seines sich auf sich selbst beschränkenden, schwermüthigen Gemüthes gewann ihm die edelsten Gemüther. Als Jean Paul des Augenlichtes beraubt worden war, waren es S's Balladen, welche ihm den süßesten Trost gewährten, und als der Tod endlich bei ihm anklopfte, wollte er nochmals seine Lieblingsballade hören. Jetzt erst wird S. immer mehr als großer Künstler anerkannt, und lange wird sein Name von der Zukunft genannt werden. Seine sterbliche Hülle ruht neben Beethoven, in welchem er das höchste Ideal musikalischer Kunst verehrte.


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