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Bartók, Béla (1881–1945): 16 Stücke aus „Für Kinder“

Bartók, Béla (1881–1945): 16 Stücke aus „Für Kinder“

Product.Nr.: EW797

sixteen pieces from For Children for recorder quartet, arranged by Martin-Christoph Dieterich, with foreword by Barbara Hintermeier. Many piano pieces from Béla Bartók’s collections For Children and Mikrokosmos still fascinate with their attractive melodies, stimulating rhythms, and interesting harmonies. The present arrangements, put to the acid test by Barbara Hintermeier and her ensemble, represent a welcome enrichment of the recorder repertoire. Score (32 pp.) and 4 parts (each 8 pp.).
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21,80 EUR

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Bartók, Béla (1881–1945): Neun Stücke aus dem „Mikrokosmos“

Bartók, Béla (1881–1945): Neun Stücke aus dem „Mikrokosmos“

Product.Nr.: EW993

nine pieces from Mikrokosmos for recorder quartet, arranged by Martin-Christoph Dieterich, with foreword by Barbara Hintermeier. Many piano pieces from Béla Bartók's collections For Children and Mikrokosmos still fascinate with their attractive melodies, stimulating rhythms, and interesting harmonies. The present arrangements, put to the acid test by Barbara Hintermeier and her ensemble, represent a welcome enrichment of the recorder repertoire. Score (36 pp.) and 4 parts (each 8 pp.). Series Recorders Library



„Die ersten Stücke aus „Für Kinder“ können durchaus von wenig erfahrenen Ensemblespielern gemeistert werden. Auch in den neun „Mikrokosmos“-Bearbeitungen kann man zunächst bequem einsteigen, die Anforderungten wachsen hier erwartungsgemäß etwas schneller. Eine vorbildliche und absolut praxisgerechte Edition. Beide Bartók-Hefte kann ich wärmstens empfehlen: Sie sind für jugendliche wie erwachsene Schüler geeignet und schulen auch das Ensemblespiel hervorragend.“ WINDKANAL, 03/2016

„Da die Bearbeitungen für Blockflötenquartett von Christoph-Martin Dieterich im Ganzen sehr gelungen erscheinen, dürften diese beiden sauberen Ausgaben auf dem Markt durchaus Chancen haben. Hoffentlich!“
TIBIA 4/2016

22,50 EUR

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Cazzati, Maurizio (1616–1678): Sonata prima „La Pellicana“

Cazzati, Maurizio (1616–1678): Sonata prima „La Pellicana“

Product.Nr.: EW958

from op. 55, for recorder (violin, cornetto), violone & organo, edited as urtext edition by Dagmar Wilgo with a basso continuo realization by Daniel Ivo de Oliveira. A recording by the ensemble „Il Primo Dolcimelo“ is available on iTunes and at the label JazzSick (7003 JSA). Series Recorders Library

13,80 EUR

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Conti, Francesco (1681/82–1732): Cares when they’re over

Conti, Francesco (1681/82–1732): Cares when they’re over

Product.Nr.: EW999

for soprano [f sharp’–f sharp’’], soprano recorder (violin), strings, & b.c., edited by Peter Thalheimer. Quantz called the Florence native Conti an imaginative and fiery, albeit at times a somewhat bizarre composer. This aria is taken from a pasticcio that presumably comes from the opera Clotilde. Series Recorders Library

 

„Here are three delightful Baroque arias (Conti, Pepusch: Chirping Warblers, Scarlatti: Quell' esser...) with charming sopranino obbligati, with pleasant and not difficult voice parts. You can play with or without the string parts by assigning some of them to the continuo or even, in two cases, other recorders! As usual with Walhall editions, the score and parts are beautifully presented.“ AMERICAN RECORDER, Summer 2017

 

„Der Vivaldi-nahe konzertante Stil dieser Allegro-Arie in D-Dur, die inhaltlich einen freudigen Durchbruch nach mühsamen Verwicklungen beschreibt, ist stilistisch recht avanciert und nimmt den Tonfall der Concerti von Woodcock, Babell und Baston vorweg.“ Prof. Michael Schneider in TIBIA, 1/2017

16,50 EUR

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Finger, Gottfried (?1660–1730): Sonata  C Major

Finger, Gottfried (?1660–1730): Sonata C Major

Product.Nr.: EW1049

for treble recorder, oboe (treble ortenor recorder or flute), violin and b. c., edited by Klaus Hofmann. Reconstruction after a manuscript copy for 3 violins in B-flat Major in the Düben Collection in Uppsala. The editor explains in the preface why the work cannot have been written for 3 violins, and why a transposition to C Major suggests a different instrumental scoring. Klaus Hofmann was an editor of the New Bach Edition.

14,50 EUR

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Galliard, Johann Ernst (~1680–1747): How sweet the warbling linnet sings

Galliard, Johann Ernst (~1680–1747): How sweet the warbling linnet sings

Product.Nr.: EW1015

for mezzo soprano [d’-d’’ (g’’)], sopranino recorder, violin, viola, & b. c., edited by Peter Thalheimer. Before Galliard became famous as an oboist and organist in London in the years after 1705, he had worked at the court of Brunswick-Celle. The aria in this edition was taken from the masque "Pan and Syrinx". Series Recorders Library

18,50 EUR

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Montanari, Antonio Maria (1676–1737): Concerto C-Dur

Montanari, Antonio Maria (1676–1737): Concerto C-Dur

Product.Nr.: EW799

for soprano recorder or oboe, 2 violins, & Bc, edited as first edition by Peter Thalheimer (Durata: 10’). Taking a hint from Michael Schneider, the editor has presented an exemplary Urtext edition. The concerto by the Roman composer, who was presumably a pupil of Corelli’s, is a great enrichment to the repertoire and was hitherto mistakenly catalogued as a violin concerto. Set of parts: Solo-2-1-2, Series Recorders Library

• Score (24 pp.): EW799
• Set of parts: EW656
• Piano reduction: EW801

19,80 EUR

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Pepusch, Johann Christoph (1667–1752): Chirping warblers

Pepusch, Johann Christoph (1667–1752): Chirping warblers

Product.Nr.: EW980

aria for mezzo soprano [d’–d’’], sopranino recorder, violin, viola (violin II), & b. c., from “Venus and Adonis”, edited as first edition by Peter Thalheimer. The masque after a text by Ovid was premiered in London in 1715. Pepusch wrote the sopranino recorder part for the famous flageolet and violin player John Banister. Series Recorders Library

„Beide Stücke sind wahre Kleinodien und mögen allen ans Herz gelegt sein, die auf der Suche nach Repertoire in diesen gemischt vokal-instrumentalen Genres sind. Wie immer bei Thalheimer sind beide Ausgaben editorisch mustergültig erstellt!“ TIBIA, 02/2016

 

„Here are three delightful Baroque arias (Conti, Pepusch: Chirping Warblers, Scarlatti: Quell' esser...) with charming sopranino obbligati, with pleasant and not difficult voice parts. You can play with or without the string parts by assigning some of them to the continuo or even, in two cases, other recorders! As usual with Walhall editions, the score and parts are beautifully presented.“ AMERICAN RECORDER, Summer 2017

17,50 EUR

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Rosier, Carl (1640–1725): Acht Solo-Sonaten<br>- Vol. I (No. 1–4)

Rosier, Carl (1640–1725): Acht Solo-Sonaten
- Vol. I (No. 1–4)

Product.Nr.: EW855

eight solo sonatas for recorder & b. c., edited by Anne Kräft after the manuscript in the Sibley Music Library in Rochester, New York. Except for the two Fairy Queen Sonatas, the solo sonatas by the chapel-master of the Cologne and Liège cathedrals appear here in print for the first time. Series Recorders Library

Volume I (No. 1-4): EW855

Further Volumes:

Volume II (No 5-8): EW884


24,80 EUR

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Rosier, Carl (1640–1725): Sechs Triosonaten – Volume I (Sonatas I, III, VI)

Rosier, Carl (1640–1725): Sechs Triosonaten – Volume I (Sonatas I, III, VI)

Product.Nr.: EW858

six trio sonatas for 2 alto recorders (violins, transverse flutes, oboes) & b. c. (“Basone”), edited by Anne Kräft. Of the twelve trio sonatas by Rosier, who was cathedral chapel master in Liège and Cologne, only six have been available in a modern edition until now. Anne Kraft now presents an Urtext edition of the missing sonatas for which the Amsterdam print (1691) also specifies the above-mentioned instruments. Series Recorders Library

Volume I: EW858

Further Volumes:

Volume II: EW896

 

19,50 EUR

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