August Wenzinger`s edition of Johann Sebastian Bach`s famous solo suites for violoncello has become the recognized edition for cellists today.
The St. John Passion was first performed in Leipzig on Good Friday of 1724. Written three years before the St. Matthew Passion, it was a work Bach revised during the rest of his life. This is the vocal score.
Mozart's fragment with additions by Joseph Eybler and Franz Xaver Süßmayr.
This scholarly-critical edition is based on all the known sources, whether printed or handwritten, that have come down to us for these frequently played pieces.
Bach's 1723 setting of the Magnificat, Mary's song of praise, is presented here in an authoritative urtext edition of the full vocal score.
Mass in B minor (BWV 232) (Urtext) (L).2, 3, 0, 2 - 1, 3, 0, 0, timp, org, str, solo SSATB, mx c...
Bach’s St. Matthew Passion passed through several stages in its progress towards its final form, stages that today cannot be completely reconstructed. It may be taken as certain that the work was performed on Good Friday 1729 in
Vivaldi achieved popularity throughout Europe with his collection “L’estro armonico” Op.3. He wrote the cycle which consists of twelve violin concertos (including Concerto Op.3 No.3, featured here) for the orchestra of the “Ospedale della Pietà” where he was teacher and director for many years.
This Urtext edition, edited by Bettina Hoffmann, provides you with a clear and accurate realisation of the composer’s original intentions with thoroughly detailed editorial markings and suggestions.
Domenico Scarlatti (1685 - 1757) was born in Naples the son of the renowned composer Alessandro Scarlatti. Here Barenreiter presents 3 of his 555 Keyboard sonatas.
Bach’s Christmas Oratorio, composed in 1734, narrates the story of the birth of Jesus in a cycle of six cantatas with a text probably by Christian Friedrich Henrici (known as Picander). This is the vocal score.