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Bedrich Smetana: Vysehrad: Orchestra

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COMPOSER: Bedrich Smetana
PUBLISHER: Bärenreiter-Verlag
PRODUCT FORMAT: Full Score
In late September 1874, shortly after losing his hearing, Smetana started work on “Vyšehrad”, the first symphonic poem in what would become a six-part cycle with the title “Má vlast” (My Country). It tells the eventful history of this fort in Prague. “Vyšehrad” was published by Urbánek together with
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Composer Bedrich Smetana
Publisher Bärenreiter-Verlag
Product Format Full Score
Year of Publication 2019
Grade of Difficulty 4
Style Poetry
ISMN 9790260108660
Instrumentation Orchestra
No. BA11534
Number of pages 50
Series Bärenreiter Urtext
Composer Bedrich Smetana
Editor Hugh MacDonald
Description
In late September 1874, shortly after losing his hearing, Smetana started work on “Vyšehrad”, the first symphonic poem in what would become a six-part cycle with the title “Má vlast” (My Country). It tells the eventful history of this fort in Prague.
“Vyšehrad” was published by Urbánek together with “Vltava” (The Moldau), the next part in the cycle, in a version for piano duet in December 1879. The full score and parts, proofread by the composer, followed in February 1880. Hugh Macdonald has corrected many errors in this first edition. He draws on the autograph and first print of the orchestral version and also refers to the autograph and printed piano duet version.
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