Co-auteurs : Editeurs : Kenneth Gilbert & Christopher Sternbrid
Instrumentation : Orgue, Piano, Clavecin
Editions : Baerenreiter Verlag
Descriptif : Girolamo Frescobaldi’s music profoundly influenced such composers as Froberger , Buxtehude, J. S. Bach and Muffat . This is a new Urtext edition in four volumes which provides professional musicians, musicologists as well as interested amateurs with a musical text which incorporates the latest musicological research giving a comprehensive account of all currently known sources and their genesis. This edition was prepared by Kenneth Gilbert and Christopher Stembridge , perhaps the leading authorities in the field.' ' Each volume in the New Frescobaldi Edition opens with an introduction to the genesis, sources, performance practice, and editorial methodology and ends with a critical report.' ' ' - Scholarly-critical edition in four volumes' - Forefront of musicological research' - Detailed preface (German/ English), critical report (German/English), and catalogue of sources' ' ' “More than ever, Bärenreiter have done themselves proud in producing a very scholarly edition of a fairly arcane area of the repertoire which therefore calls for close attention to the original sources and reliable guidance for performers today. …As the music doesn’t feature a separate pedal part, this collection will be welcomed by keyboard players as much as by organists. ”' (The Organ, Feb-April 2011)' ' “ Stembridge’s new edition thus has some of the features of a scholarly performing edition and some of the features of a complete critical edition. It provides the level of detail usually found in a critical edition and with its multiple readings of sources is a superb scholarly reference. On the other hand, that very multiplicity challenges the performer to work with an “open” text, to experiment with different versions of a work, and to revisit questions of improvisation within 17 th -century performance practice. As such, this is a valuable addition to the range of modern editions of Frescobaldi’s keyboard music.”' (Early Music Advance Acc. Published January 25, 2011)' ' “…this new edition must stand as the definitve Source for the great man’s work, attracting the academic as well as the layman by the extremely eloquent approach ,… ”' “…worth every penny.”' (Harpsichord Fortepiano vol. 14 (2010), No. 2.)' ' “This edition will prove to be a constant source of reference and a stimulant to further engagement - a most welcome publication.”' (Choir Organ Jan/Feb.2010)
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Reliure : Cartonné / Plats de carton Format : 24,0 x 30,5 cm Nb de Pages : 59 Langue : Anglais / Allemand Type d'édition : Edition Urtext Date d'édition : 2009 ISMN / ISBN : 9790010000000 Référence : BA8411