Franz Schubert: Fantasy In C Op.15 D760

Books | Piano

Publisher: Henle Verlag
Composer: Franz Schubert
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Urtext edition of Schubert's Wanderer Fantasy.
Skill Level: Advanced Explain this
No of pages: 36
Language: English, French, German
Catalogue No: HN282
 
     

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      5
      This piece is technically demanding and for very advanced players. Trinity Guildhall has included it in the 2009 Repertoire List for the FTCL diploma using any reliable edition. This Urtext edition would undoubtedly be considered reliable. Comments at the end of the volume explain where this edition diverges from the autograph and the other early source editions. The score is printed on high quality paper and the engraving is clear and easy to read. There is bar numbering throughout with the first bar of each line being numbered. There is also some useful indicative fingering. This is a quality edition and is highly recommended.
      Anonymous - (Basingstoke, United Kingdom)
      5
      For 60 years I have had a desire to get to grips with The Wanderer Fantasy and it's associated difficulties and have at last taken up the challenge. Having heard Serkin play as part of a Schubert recital, he made it sound child's play. To compensate for it's difficulties I recommend Schubert's German dances and waltzes, which yield a pleasant alternative and easy enough to sight read. These deserve to be more popular.
      Anonymous - (Great Missenden, United Kingdom)
      5
      This piece is technically demanding and for very advanced players. Trinity Guildhall has included it in the 2009 Repertoire List for the FTCL diploma using any reliable edition. This Urtext edition would undoubtedly be considered reliable. Comments at the end of the volume explain where this edition diverges from the autograph and the other early source editions. The score is printed on high quality paper and the engraving is clear and easy to read. There is bar numbering throughout with the first bar of each line being numbered. There is also some useful indicative fingering. This is a quality edition and is highly recommended.
      Anonymous - (Southampton, England)

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