Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Oboenkonzert C-dur KV 314 (285d): Orchestra And Solo

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COMPOSER: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
PUBLISHER: Breitkopf und Härtel
PRODUCT FORMAT: Part
DESCRIPTION PRODUCT TYPE: Part
Mozart is believed to have written an oboe concerto for the Salzburg virtuoso Giuseppe Ferlendis in 1777. The work was considered lost until 1920, when Bernhard Paumgartner discovered a copy of the parts that must have been written shortly before Mozart’s death. Nevertheless, this copy proved to be
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Composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Editor Henrik Wiese
Publisher Breitkopf und Härtel
Instrumentation Oboe and Orchestra
Product Format Part
Description Product Type Part
Genre Classical
ISMN 9790004340080
No. BRKOB5309-16
Number of pages 8
Series Breitkopf Urtext Edition
Minimum Order Quantity Sales 3
Description
Mozart is believed to have written an oboe concerto for the Salzburg virtuoso Giuseppe Ferlendis in 1777. The work was considered lost until 1920, when Bernhard Paumgartner discovered a copy of the parts that must have been written shortly before Mozart’s death. Nevertheless, this copy proved to be much more unreliable than the copy of the parts of the flute concerto. Every source-critical edition must take these parts into consideration, as there is otherwise no extant source material aside from a brief autograph sketch. Henrik Wiese’s new edition consistently distinguishes between what can be regarded as Urtext and what the informed player must interpret himself. To this end, the edition for oboe and piano also contains a study part in which the solo parts for flute and oboe are placed synoptically opposite each other. "In der Partitur findet sich Lesenswertes zur Entstehungsgeschichte, zur Quellenlage und zur Edition, ein Faksimile-Abdruck der Solostimmen sowie ein kritischer Bericht. Des Weiteren legt Breitkopf auch eine Ausgabe für Oboe und Klavier von Jan Philip Schulze vor." (clarino.print)
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