Dvořák's eight Slavonic Dances embody many characteristics of the composer's genius: his pure wealth of musical ideas, his ardent love for his homeland, and his mastery of instrumentation. These exuberant dances provided the composer with international recognition, and their publication in ... read more
Serenade No. 1, Op. 22 & Serenade No. 2, Op. 44 by Antonin Dvorak Two of Dvorák's most popular and most frequently recorded compositions, these splendid pieces show many of the qualities that typified all the composer's subsequent work: elegance of form, harmony, rhythmic variety, and emotionalism.
Symphonies Nos. 4 and 5 in Full Score by Antonin Dvorák The Czech composer demonstrates his mastery of the orchestral form in Symphony No. 4, with its pronounced Wagnerian influences, and Symphony No. 5, a work of pastoral beauty. Authoritative Simrock editions.
Symphonies Nos. 6 and 7 in Full Score by Antonín Dvorák Two of the composer's finest symphonies — Symphony No. 6 in D and Symphony No. 7 in D Minor — reproduced from the authoritative Simrock edition. Seventh symphony often considered his greatest achievement in the form.
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Stabat Mater in Full Score by Antonín Dvorák Stabat Mater reflects the personal grief that the composer experienced upon the deaths of his children while writing this piece. Based upon the traditional Latin text, it is among Dvorák’s most beautiful and touching scores.
Five Late String Quartets by Antonin Dvorák Esteemed for their charm, the Czech master's chamber music compositions rank among his finest works. These five quartets were reproduced directly from the reliable, well-engraved Simrock editions under the composer's supervision.
Symphonies Nos. 4 and 7 in Full Score by Anton Bruckner, Robert Haas Authoritative Bruckner Society editions of Austrian composer's two most famous symphonies: Symphony No. 4 in E-flat ("Romantic") and the Symphony No. 7 in E. Edition most faithful to Bruckner’s original intentions.
Symphonies Nos. 6 & 8 in Full Score by Anton Bruckner Rich in their harmonic language and complex in their polyphony, these works are exemplars of Austro-Germanic Romanticism. They are known as "The Philosopher's Symphony" and "The Apocalyptic," respectively. Features lay-flat sewn binding.
Manfred Symphony, Opus 58, in Full Score by Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky's "Manfred" Symphony employs the composer's characteristically beautiful and emotionally charged melodies to weave the tale of a Byronic hero. Features broad orchestrations, dark lyricism, and a profound sense of tragedy.
The Nutcracker: Complete Ballet in Full Score by Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky's enchanting Christmas fairytale has become his most popular work and, along with Swan Lake, the world's most frequently performed ballet. This complete score includes previously difficult-to-find favorites like Waltz of the Snowflakes.
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Symphonies Nos. 1, 2 and 3 in Full Score by Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky The composer's musical development and growing mastery of orchestration in authoritative editions of three early symphonies: Winter Daydreams, the LittleRussian and the Polish. Lists of instruments.
Das Lied von der Erde in Full Score by Gustav Mahler Mahler's masterpiece — a fusion of song and symphony. Reprinted from the original Viennese edition published in 1912 by Universal Edition, with English translations of song texts. Table of contents.
Symphonies Nos. 1 and 2 in Full Score by Gustav Mahler Handsome, inexpensive volume reproduces authoritative Austrian editions of the Symphony No. 1 in D Major (Titan) and Symphony No. 2 in C Minor (Resurrection).
Symphonies Nos. 3 and 4 in Full Score by Gustav Mahler Two brilliantly contrasting masterworks — one scored for a massive ensemble, the other for small orchestra and soloist — reprinted from authoritative Viennese editions.
Symphonies Nos. 5 and 6 in Full Score by Gustav Mahler In these two works, Mahler moved beyond his song-oriented earlier works to take up the challenges of the purely instrumental symphony. The result was two of his most emotionally compelling works.
Symphony No. 7 In Full Score by Gustav Mahler Popular, accessible work by great late-Romantic composer. A purely instrumental composition that is both hopeful and romantic in feeling. Reprinted from the authoritative German edition of 1909.
Symphony No. 8 In Full Score by Gustav Mahler Superb authoritative edition of massive, complex "Symphony of a Thousand." Scored for orchestra, eight solo voices, double chorus, boys' choir, and organ. Unabridged republication of edition published by Izdatel'stvo "Muzyka," Moscow, 1976.
Symphony No. 9 In Full Score by Gustav Mahler Landmark of 20th-century symphonic writing, notable for innovation, poetic drama, inspired music. Full orchestral score is reprinted here from authoritative Universal-Edition, Vienna, 1912. New glossary of German terms.
Dvořák's eight Slavonic Dances embody many characteristics of the composer's genius: his pure wealth of musical ideas, his ardent love for his homeland, and his mastery of instrumentation. These exuberant dances provided the composer with international recognition, and their publication in this inexpensive miniature score offers music lovers a convenient version of some of the most popular melodies in the orchestral repertoire. Reprinted from an authoritative Czech edition, the works are complete with bar-numbered movements for easy reference. Affordable, durable, and portable, this miniature score edition is ideal for study in the classroom, at home, or in the concert hall.
Reprint of the Společnost Antonína Dvořáka, Státní nakladatelství krásné literatury, hudby a umĕní, Prague, 1955 edition.
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