• Date de parution : 05/01/2016
  • ISBN : 9790006531530

Der 98. Psalm – Mwv A 23 Op. Posth 91 MENDELSSOHN-BARTHOLDY FELIX

Solistes, Choeur Mixte et Orchestre

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Référence : BA 9076
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Mendelssohn’s setting of Psalm 98 was written in a few weeks to satisfy a commission in his new position as general music director of Prussia and was premiered by the Berlin Cathedral Choir on 1 January 1844. As he neither released the work forpublication nor produced a vocal score, his psalm setting did not appear in print until after his death. For this edition the authoritative Mendelssohn specialist John Michael Cooper drew primarily on the autograph score with its many subsequent corrections and amendments. In this way it differs from many other editions, which tend to treat theautograph as a subordinate source. Rounding off the edition are an informative Foreword and a detailed Critical Commentary. The piano reduction is based on the first printed edition, published by F. Kistner and Evers & Co. in 1851. - Urtext edition of Mendelssohn’s last orchestral psalm - Bilingual Foreword (Ger/Eng) and Critical Commentary (Eng) - Words underlaid in both German and English - Piano reduction based on the first printed edition Features of the Barenreiter Urtext edition of Mendelssohn ’s setting of Psalm 98 (Singet Dem Herrn / Sing To The Lord) : Bilingual Foreword (Ger/Eng) and Critical Commentary (Eng) Words underlaid in both German and English Piano reduction based on the first printed edition Full score, performance material (BA9076) and vocal score (BA9076-90) available for sale Mendelssohn composed his setting of Psalm 98 (Singet Dem Herrn / Sing To The Lord) in the space of just a few weeks to satisfy a commission in his new position as general musicdirector of Prussia. The work was premiered by the Berlin Cathedral Choir on 1 January 1844. As Mendelssohn neither released the work for publication nor produced a vocal score, his psalm setting did not appear in print until after his death. For this edition the authoritative Mendelssohn specialist John Michael Cooper drew primarily on the autograph score with its many subsequent corrections and amendments. In this way, it differs from many other editions, which tend to treat the autograph as a subordinate source. Rounding off the edition are an informative Foreword and a detailed Critical Commentary. The Piano reduction is based on the first printed edition, which was published by F. Kistner and Evers & Co. in 1851.

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