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21.
F. Mendelssohn: St. Paul Op.36 (Full Score, Hardback) ~ Score (Orchestra)
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Publisher Bärenreiter

Today, Mendelssohn's St. Paul belongs to the core repertoire of sacred choral music. This Urtext edition of the oratorio, edited by the internationally-recognised Mendelssohn scholar Michael Cooper is based on all critic More
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F. Schubert: Symphony No.7 In B Minor D 759 Unfinished (Full Score) ~ Score (Orchestra)
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Publisher Bärenreiter

The series of symphonies in the New Schubert Edition is a milestone of modern scholarly-critical editing, lending these works a transparency lacking in earlier editions of a more romantic bent. More
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J. S. Bach: Double Concerto For Two Violins In D Minor (BWV 1043) (Full Score) ~ Score (Orchestra, Violin)
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Publisher Bärenreiter

In 2001 Bärenreiter issued a newly engraved keyboard reduction and solo parts to this concerto based on the acclaimed New Bach Edition. The present expanded new publication goes a step further in that it offers not only the two solo Violin parts but also two additional parts with fingerings and bowings by the baroque specialist Andrew Manze. More
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F. Schubert: Symphony No.4 In C Minor - D 417 Tragic (Full Score) ~ Score (Orchestra)
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Publisher Bärenreiter

The eight symphonies in the New Schubert Edition trace Schubert’s artistic evolution from the First Symphony, which develops a theme from Beethoven’s Eroica, to the Mozartean Fifth and the romanticism of the "Great" Eighth. More
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F. Schubert: Symphony No.1 In D - D 82 (Full Score) ~ Score (Orchestra)
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Publisher Bärenreiter

The eight symphonies in the New Schubert Edition trace Schubert’s artistic evolution from the First Symphony, which develops a theme from Beethoven’s Eroica, to the Mozartean Fifth and the romanticism of the "Great" Eighth. More
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F. Schubert: Symphony No.2 In B-Flat - D 125 (Full Score) ~ Score (Orchestra)
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Publisher Bärenreiter

The eight symphonies in the New Schubert Edition trace Schubert’s artistic evolution from the First Symphony, which develops a theme from Beethoven’s Eroica, to the Mozartean Fifth and the romanticism of the "Great" Eighth. More
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F. Schubert: Symphony No.3 In D - D 200 (Full Score) ~ Score (Orchestra)
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Publisher Bärenreiter

The eight symphonies in the New Schubert Edition trace Schubert’s artistic evolution from the First Symphony, which develops a theme from Beethoven’s Eroica, to the Mozartean Fifth and the romanticism of the "Great" Eighth. More
28.
H. Berlioz: Romeo Et Juliette Op.17 (Full Score Hardback) ~ Score (Orchestra, SATB)
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Publisher Bärenreiter

For his third symphony “Roméo et Juliette” (1839) Berlioz turned to his greatest literary passion, Shakespeare, drawing once again on his own most fervent experiences. More
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H. Berlioz: Lelio Ou Le Retour A La Vie (Vocal Score) ~ Score (Orchestra, SATB)
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Skill Level Advanced
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Publisher Bärenreiter

Lélio was composed during Berlioz's stay in Italy in 1831. He conceived the idea of a semi-theatrical work that combined music and monologues to express the idea of returning to life after a profound traumatic experience. More
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G. F. Handel: O Sing Unto The Lord HWV 249a Chapel Royal Anthem (Full Score) ~ Score (Orchestra, SATB)
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Skill Level Intermediate/Advanced
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Publisher Bärenreiter

Handel’s four anthems were all composed during his London period in the Chapel Royal. Until just before Handel’s first visit to England, the only instrument permitted to accompany the service in the Chapel Royal was the Organ. These four works, with their orchestral accompaniments, thus represent something akin to a new genre in English church music. More
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G. F. Handel: The King Shall Rejoice HWV 258 Coronation Anthem (Full Score) ~ Score (Orchestra, SATB)
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Zadok The Priest HWV 258 (BA10258) and The King Shall Rejoice HWV 259 (BA10259) are the best-known of the four coronation anthems that Handel wrote for the crowning of George II in London (1727). HWV 258 accompanied the king’s anointment, HWV 260 his actual coronation. More
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G. F. Handel: As Pants The Hart HWV 251e Chapel Royal Anthem (Full Score) ~ Score (Orchestra, SATB)
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Handel’s four anthems were all composed during his London period in the Chapel Royal. “As Pants The Hart”, his fifth setting of this Psalm text, was written in March 1738 for performance at a benefit concert for the King’s Theatre in the Haymarket. More
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G. B. Pergolesi: Mass In F - Missa Romana (Full Score) ~ Score (Orchestra, SATB)
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Publisher Bärenreiter

The Missa in F of 1734 for two or four choirs is probably Pergolesi’s most important work for choir and orchestra. The nickname 'Missa Romana' was added later in reference to a performance given in Rome during Pergolesi’s lifetime. More
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G. F. Handel: Zadok The Priest HWV 258 Coronation Anthem (Full Score) ~ Score (Orchestra, SATB)
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Publisher Bärenreiter

Zadok The Priest HWV 258 (BA10258) and The King shall rejoice HWV 259 (BA10259) are the best-known of the four coronation anthems that Handel wrote for the crowning of George II in London (1727). More
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J. D. Zelenka: Missa Divi Xaverii (ZWV 12) Full Score ~ Score (Orchestra, SATB)
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The “Missa Divi Xaverii” ZWV 12, an expansive and unusually richly scored work, marks a highlight in the œuvre of Jan Dismas Zelenka (1679-1745). It was composed in 1729 while he was working at the Dresden court. More
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J. Haydn: Symphony No.89 In F Hob. I:89 (Full Score) ~ Score (Orchestra)
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Haydn's Symphony Hob. I:89 belongs to a group of symphonies composed between the ‘Paris’ symphonies (Hob. I:82-87) and their ‘London’ counterparts (Hob. I: 93-104) – the last ones he wrote before his trips to England in 1791-92 and 1794-95. More
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Telemann: Gott Der Hoffnung Erfülle Euch (TVWV 1:634) (Full Score) ~ Score (Choral, Orchestra)
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In 1717 Telemann composed his cantata “Gott Der Hoffnung Erfülle Euch” for the first day of Whitsun based on a text by Erdmann Neumeister. It forms part of the “Concerten-Jahrgang”, also known as “Das Harmonische Zion” or “Italienischer Jahrgang” where all the cantatas are conceived as concertos for vocal and instrumental parts and have been colourfully scored. More
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Ralph Vaughan Williams: Symphony No.3 ~ Score (Orchestra)
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Publisher Faber Music

A heartfelt and subtly beautiful tribute to the dead of the First World War, Vaughan WilliamsThird Symphony is amongst his most powerful works. Misunderstood at its premiere in 1922, the haunting 35-minute elegy is almost entirely quiet and contemplative, though beneath its tranquillity lays a deep sadness.

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Gabriel Fauré: Maeterlink’s Pelléas Et Mélisande, Incidental Music (Orchestration By Koechlin) ~ Score (

Orchestra

)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

This book presents for the first time the complete incidental music written for the London premiere of Pelléas et Mélisande, with the aim of staying true to Koechlin’s original annotated version.

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J. Haydn: Symphony No. 92 In G Oxford (Hob I:92) (Full Score) ~ Score (Orchestra)
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Haydn's Symphonies no.90, 91 and 92 were commissioned in 1788 by Prince Kraft Ernst von Oettingen-Wallerstein, who was to be granted exclusive ownership. Haydn, however, first sold the works to the Parisian Masonic lodge Société Olympique and was thus unable to fulfil his obligation to send the autograph scores to the prince. More