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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik (K.525) Facsimile


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Media: Sheet Music Slipcase Edition
Arrangement: Orchestra (ORCH)
Skill Level: Advanced - Explain this
Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Catalogue #: BVK2282
ISBN: 9783761822821
This Item Earns 298 Musicroom Points

Description

Eine kleine Nachtmusik is written with ease, but skillfully refined.

Eine kleine Nachtmusik is how Mozart entered the Serenade in G major in his personal catalogue of works on 10 August 1787. It was written without any known incentive or commission during the time that Mozart was composing “Don Giovanni”, a time when he was celebrating his greatest success as an opera composer.

The work is one of the jewels of Mozart’s output, combining bright radiance and a natural simplicity with brilliant refinement. Similarly, the autograph manuscript of this perfect masterpiece is captivating because of its balanced clarity and beautiful handwriting.

The manuscript was inaccessible to the public for almost half a century, but Bärenreiter received exclusive permission to produce a facsimile of Mozart’s original.

The edition reproduces the facsimile pages as individual sheets and leaves, reflecting the way the original copy has survived. These pages – in high-quality colour printing, each trimmed individually – are presented in a handsome box. This is accompanied by a booklet with an introductory text by Wolfgang Rehm including information on the genesis of the composition and the various aspects of the autograph manuscript.




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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 07/11/2013
Format: Score
Length: 38 pages
Language: English, German
Publisher: Bärenreiter
Editor: Wolfgang Rehm

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