Sonata for Pianoforte F minor op. 57 Appassionata - Beethoven

Sonata for Pianoforte F minor op. 57 Appassionata - Beethoven

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The “Sonata in F minor” op. 57 (1804/05), a key work in the classical sonata repertoire, is part of Bärenreiter’s ongoing publication of selected Beethoven piano sonatas in Urtext editions. The nickname ”Appassionata” was ascribed to the sonata only in 1838, long after Beethoven’s death.

This Urtext edition is edited by the Beethoven expert Jonathan Del Mar. His editorial approach and principles are explained in a precisely formulated critical commentary. With a clear well-presented layout and optimum page turns, this edition invites you to discover this fascinating sonata anew.

An introduction by Misha Donat examines the genesis and significance of the work, supplemented by informative notes on questions related to historical performance practice by Jonathan Del Mar and Misha Donat.
• Scholarly-critical Urtext edition incorporating the most recent research
• Optimum page turns
• Includes notes on historical performance practice (Eng/Ger)

Further details can be found on the Baerenreiter website.

Is Return Policy Exception Yes
Model BA10852
Format Stapled
Level 6
Page Count XVII, 47 S. - 31,0 x 24,3 cm
Languages English, German
Instrumentation Piano

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The “Sonata in F minor” op. 57 (1804/05), a key work in the classical sonata repertoire, is part of Bärenreiter’s ongoing publication of selected Beethoven piano sonatas in Urtext editions. The nickname ”Appassionata” was ascribed to the sonata only in 1838, long after Beethoven’s death.

This Urtext edition is edited by the Beethoven expert Jonathan Del Mar. His editorial approach and principles are explained in a precisely formulated critical commentary. With a clear well-presented layout and optimum page turns, this edition invites you to discover this fascinating sonata anew.

An introduction by Misha Donat examines the genesis and significance of the work, supplemented by informative notes on questions related to historical performance practice by Jonathan Del Mar and Misha Donat.
• Scholarly-critical Urtext edition incorporating the most recent research
• Optimum page turns
• Includes notes on historical performance practice (Eng/Ger)

Further details can be found on the Baerenreiter website.

Specifications

Is Return Policy Exception Yes
Model BA10852
Format Stapled
Level 6
Page Count XVII, 47 S. - 31,0 x 24,3 cm
Languages English, German
Instrumentation Piano

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Is Return Policy Exception Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Model BA10852 BA10851 BA9630 BA9650 BA9639
Format Stapled Stapled Stapled   Stapled
Level 6 6   5  
Page Count XVII, 47 S. - 31,0 x 24,3 cm XIX, 29 S. - 31,0 x 24,3 cm XI, 25 S. - 31,0 x 24,3 cm IX, 52 S. - 31,0 x 24,3 cm XVI, 20 S. - 31,0 x 24,3 cm
Languages English, German English, German German, English English, German German, English
Instrumentation Piano Piano Piano Piano Piano

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