String orchestra


Avison, Charles (1709–1770): 12 Concertos in Seven Parts (Faksimile)

Avison, Charles (1709–1770): 12 Concertos in Seven Parts (Faksimile)

Product.Nr.: AS7071-F

for seven string instruments. The 1744 edited 12 Concerti Grossi by the English composer Charles Avison are arrangements of harpsichord sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti. The edition contains a new edited score and facsimiles of the parts. Edition Offenburg

79,80 EUR

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Biber, Heinrich Ignaz Franz (1644-1704): Serenade à 5 [mit dem Nachtwächterlied]

Biber, Heinrich Ignaz Franz (1644-1704): Serenade à 5 [mit dem Nachtwächterlied]

Product.Nr.: EW859

with the "Night Watchman Serenade" for [Bass ad lib.], 2 violins, 2 viols, violone & harpsichord, edited by Markus Eberhardt. Until now, the "Night Watchman Serenade" has only been available in a Denkmäler edition without performance material. In the "Ciacona," Biber conjures up the ancient figure of the Night Watchman, a role that can also be taken over (for example, in costume) by a member of the ensemble. Score & parts. Series Harmonia Coelestis

24,80 EUR

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Brescianello, Giuseppe Antonio (1690–1758): Concerto in La maggiore op. 1/11

Brescianello, Giuseppe Antonio (1690–1758): Concerto in La maggiore op. 1/11

Product.Nr.: EW706

for violin solo, 2 violins, viola, & b.c., edited by Jolando Scarpa after the manuscript of the Sächsische Landesbibliothek Dresden. This concerto is from op. 1, published in Amsterdam in 1738, and displays Brescianello’s characteristic style: the calm flow of the melodies and the dense atmosphere of the middle movements. In spite of his originality, Brescianello remained unrecognized in Italy for a long time. As “Oberkapellmeister” (chief chapel-master) he contributed greatly to the revitalization of Stuttgart’s musical theater. Series Frutti Musicali

23,50 EUR

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Brescianello, Giuseppe Antonio (~1690–1758): Concerto in Do maggiore

Brescianello, Giuseppe Antonio (~1690–1758): Concerto in Do maggiore

Product.Nr.: EW592

for violin solo, 2 violins, viola, & b.c., edited as first edition by Jolando Scarpa after the manuscript of the Sächsische Landesbibliothek Dresden. This concerto is without op. number and not from op. 1, which was published in Amsterdam in 1738.  It displays Brescianello’s characteristic style: the calm flow of the melodies and the dense atmosphere of the middle movements. In spite of his originality, Brescianello remained unrecognized in Italy for a long time. As “Oberkapellmeister” (chief chapel-master) he contributed greatly to the revitalization of Stuttgart’s musical theater.  CD-recording: La Folia Barockorchester, Stockfisch records 357.4086.2 First edition, Series Frutti Musicali

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26,50 EUR

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Erhardt, Martin (*1983): Improvisation mit Ostinatobässen (16.-18. Jh.)

Erhardt, Martin (*1983): Improvisation mit Ostinatobässen (16.-18. Jh.)

Product.Nr.: EW821

Teaching material for experimentation in lessons, ensemble, and private study for all instruments

2 play-along CDs (in 415 and 440 Hz)
148 pages, German

An english translation (EW 905) by Milo Machover is also available.


At long last, a method for improvisation in Renaissance and Baroque music that is recommended by leading musicians and teachers, including Michael Schneider and Maurice van Lishout. The book provides an excellent overview - and vividly conveys the paths to "freer" music making - that is helpful not only for specialists, but also for amateurs.

„This is a useful book, rather more thorough than the usual instruction.“ EARLY MUSIC REVIEW (GB), 10/201413

„Auf den ersten Blick scheint Martin Erhardts gerade erschienenes Buch ähnlichen Inhalts [50 Baroque Standards, Fuzeau] zu sein. Doch stellt sich bald heraus, dass der Autor ... in vieler Hinsicht weit über die Veröffentlichung von Boquet und Rébours hinausgeht ... Das Buch ist ein Geschenk für alle, die Alte Musik machen, ein ‚must have’ für jeden, der Musiksprachen der Vergangenheit auch unabhängig von gedruckten Notentexten ‚sprechen’ lernen will.“ Prof. Michael Schneider in TIBIA, 1/2012

„Eine hervorragende Idee ist die beiliegende Mitspiel-CD, auf der .... Beispiele für die besprochenen Bassmodelle eingespielt sind, über denen der improvisationsfreudige Instrumentalist sein Können erproben kann. Na, dann los!“ DAS ORCHESTER, 2/2012

29,80 EUR

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Erlebach, Philipp Heinrich (1657–1714): Ouverture I in a<br>– set of parts

Erlebach, Philipp Heinrich (1657–1714): Ouverture I in a
– set of parts

Product.Nr.: ER6041-R1

for 6 instruments (Premier + Second Dessus, Haute Contre, Taille, Quinte und Basse), from "VI Ouvertures … nach französischer Art und Manier" (Nürnberg 1693). The VI Ouvertures are one of the few surviving works of Erlebach and surely a magnificent example of the Central German orchestral works from the late 17th century. parts. Edition Offenburg.

Ouverture, Entrée, Menuet I, Menuet II, Bourrée, Courante, Air, Menuet, Trio, Gigue, Sarabande

18,00 EUR

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Erlebach, Philipp Heinrich (1657–1714): Ouverture II, in B<br>– set of parts

Erlebach, Philipp Heinrich (1657–1714): Ouverture II, in B
– set of parts

Product.Nr.: ER6041-R2

for 6 instruments (Premier + Second Dessus, Haute Contre, Taille, Quinte und Basse), from "VI Ouvertures … nach französischer Art und Manier" (Nürnberg 1693). The VI Ouvertures are one of the few surviving works of Erlebach and surely a magnificent example of the Central German orchestral works from the late 17th century. parts. Edition Offenburg.

Ouverture, Entrée, Courante, Ballet, Menuet, Trio, Air, Sarabande, Trio, Chaconne

25,40 EUR

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