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Ludwig van Beethoven: Concerto No.3 In C Minor Op.37 For Piano: Orchestra And Solo

Piano Reduction | Sheet Music and Books

COMPOSER: Ludwig van Beethoven
PUBLISHER: Bärenreiter-Verlag
PRODUCT FORMAT: Piano Reduction
Urtext edition reflecting the latest musicological research. With many corrections in the solo part and Orchestral parts. Piano reduction for 2 Pianos with a separate solo Piano part. A must for Pianists,Orchestras and Beethoven scholars. Beethoven ’s Piano Concerto No.3 is the only concerto where
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Specifications
Composer Ludwig van Beethoven
Publisher Bärenreiter-Verlag
Product Format Piano Reduction
Genre Classical
Year of Publication 2014
ISMN 9790006523016
Instrumentation Orchestra And Solo
No. BA9023-90
Number of pages 104
Series Bärenreiter Urtext
Editor Jonathan Del Mar
Description

Urtext edition reflecting the latest musicological research.

With many corrections in the solo part and Orchestral parts.

Piano reduction for 2 Pianos with a separate solo Piano part.

A must for Pianists,Orchestras and Beethoven scholars.

Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No.3 is the only concerto where no authentic manuscript exists for the solo part. The autograph of the score is available whereby the articulation,dynamics and pedal markings are for the most part absent. However, Beethoven oversaw the first printed edition of the solo part (1804) with great diligence. Plate corrections bear witness to the care with whichBeethovenplaced slurs and pedal markings in order to be consistent and unambiguous.

By means of a thorough examination of the sources this new Urtext edition presents many corrections in terms of articulation, dynamics andnotes. In particular, the orchestral parts have been corrected for the first time since Beethoven’s lifetime.

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