Franz Schubert: Drei Klavierstücke, Zwei Fragmente
Contents – Drei Klavierstücke, Zwei Fragmente für Klavier D 946, D 916b/c
- Klavierstück in es (D 946/1)
- Klavierstück in Es (D 946/2)
- Klavierstück in C (D 946/3)
- Klavierstück (Fragment) in C (D 916B)
- Klavierstück (Fragment) in c (D 916C)
Complementing the Impromptus and Moments musicaux, the Wiener Urtext Edition also presents a new edition of the three late piano pieces D 946. Careful study of Schubert's autographs has led to various retouchings in the musical text, in D 946/2 for instance to the supplementation of a bar. The edition offers a new approach to the issue of the second episode of D 946/1, deleted by Schubert in the autograph, but included in the posthumous first edition and meanwhile embraced in modern concert practice. o Urtext based on all relevant sources o New solutions for problematic passages o Cautious completion of the fragments, closely based on Schubert's material o Notes on interpretation for a deeper understanding of Schubert's musical text The separate edition of these repertoire pieces that have enjoyed increasing popularity since the 1970s has been expanded to include the two piano piano pieces D 916B/C that have survived as fragments and have been completed by Robert D. Levin in close ob
(...) Robert Levin puts more original music into practical form.
Music Teacher Magazine, December 2016 (Michael Round)
(...) Wiener Urtext can be proud of these latest editions, which will be welcomed with appreciation by performers, teachers and scholars.
Piano Professional Issue 40 Spring 2016 (Melvyn Cooper)
This recent edition of works by Schubert is of great importance and value to pianists and teachers offering interesting new repertoire to Diploma and Advanced students. (…) From now on, this fine music will most certainly be universally performed and become well known to audiences throughout the world.
Piano Journal Issue 106 2015 (Nadia Lasserson)
(…) Levin's achievements are simply outstanding: he has given us two significant additions to the repertoire that deserve wide currency and can be tackled by pianists of diploma level and beyond.
International Piano Sept-Oct 2015 (Murray McLachlan)
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