Johannes Brahms: Piano Sonata

Johannes Brahms: Piano Sonata - F minor for piano op. 5 | UT50104

The performance notes contain valuable information on playing technique, pedalling, tempo and suggested solutions to problematic passages.

Instrument:
for piano
Edition type:
urtext edition
Composer:
Brahms Johannes
Series:
Wiener Urtext Edition
Grade:
7-8
Theme:
Wiener Urtext Edition
Key:
F minor
Opus:
op. 5
Edition info:
Edited from the sources by Christian Martin Schmidt and Henriette Straub Fingering and comments on interpretation by Peter Roggenkamp
  • UT50104
  • ISBN: 978-3-85055-097-0
  • ISMN: 979-0-50057-103-2
  • 23.1 × 30.3 cm
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Contents – Piano Sonata - F minor for piano op. 5

  • Sonate f-Moll op. 5

Description

The sonata Op. 5 is the final volume in the new, centenary Wiener Urtext Edition of Johannes Brahms' three piano sonatas. It follows the same editorial standards as the editions of the two preceding sonatas, Op. 1 and Op. 2. The performance notes contain valuable information on playing technique, pedalling, tempo and suggested solutions to problematic passages.

Reviews

The best-known (and best) of Brahms's three early piano sonatas receives editorial care well up to Wiener Urtext's usual standard. The music Iayout is spacious, and welcoming enough to prompt a second Iook from pianists hitherto daunted by the work's technical demands. The thoughtful preface comments on Brahms's three distinct solo-piano periods: sonatas, variations, then short 'character' pieces, and the end-notes quote - quite extensively- many of Brahms's first thoughts in this much revised piece. Recommended. Music Teacher 12/2009 (Michael Round)

Additional information

Instrument:
for piano
Edition type:
urtext edition
Composer:
Brahms Johannes
Series:
Wiener Urtext Edition
Grade:
7-8
Theme:
Wiener Urtext Edition
Key:
F minor
Opus:
op. 5
Edition info:
Edited from the sources by Christian Martin Schmidt and Henriette Straub Fingering and comments on interpretation by Peter Roggenkamp

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