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Performance score. For Piano.
Detailed Instrumentation: Piano.
Sämtliche Sonaten für Clavier II -Sonaten 13-24- As the foremost representative of Czech music in 18th-century Vienna , Leopold Kozeluh (1747–1818) was noted primarily as composer, pianist and keyboard teacher. His 50 keyboard sonatas span his entire career and mark not only the transition from the harpsichord and clavichord manner to the fully idiomatic forte-piano style, but also the development of the “classical sonata” in the range of three decades (1773–1806).
Until now, pianists have had little chance to acquaint themselves with the complete range of Kozeluh’s sonatas since few existed in modern editions. This new complete edition by Christopher Hogwood presents for the first time all of Kozeluh’s sonatas for keyboard solo.
The project is divided into four volumes, which will appear in 2007 and 2008, ranging chronologically through the published sets. Volume 4 also contains those sonatas which are found only in manuscript sources.
- The first complete edition of Keyboard Sonatas of the Czech composer Leopold Kozeluh
- Fills a blank in the repertoire of the Czech and Central-European classical repertoire
- Suitable for amateurs as well as professionals, and ideal for teaching purposes
- Detailed Introduction ( Cz ./ Eng./Ger.), Critical Commentary ( Eng. ) and facsimiles
|size||31,0 x 24,3|
|number of pages||XXXVII, 203 Seiten|
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