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Complete Concert Arias for Bass

KOMPONIST: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
VERLAG: Breitkopf und Härtel
PRODUKTFORMAT: Klavierauszug
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Orchester
Franz Beyer's new edition of Mozart's complete concert arias had a noticeable gap up to now: there were no arias for the bass voice! Four books had been issued by 2006, the Mozart year: three with soprano arias (EB 8671-73) andone with tenor arias (EB 8778). They were made with the collaboration of
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Spezifikationen
Komponist Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Herausgeber Franz
Verlag Breitkopf und Härtel
Instrumentierung Orchestra and Double Bass
Produktformat Klavierauszug
Instrument Group Orchester
Genre Klassik
ISMN 9790004183168
Serie Breitkopf Urtext Edition
Seitenzahl 88
No. BRKEB8798
Beschreibung

Franz Beyer's new edition of Mozart's complete concert arias had a noticeable gap up to now: there were no arias for the bass voice! Four books had been issued by 2006, the Mozart year: three with soprano arias (EB 8671-73) andone with tenor arias (EB 8778). They were made with the collaboration of two outstanding experts, Juliane Banse (soprano) and Christophe Prégardien (tenor), who provided suggestions for the execution of cadenzas,'Eingänge' and embellishments. Now Beyer presents the 'complete edition' for the lowest voice in collaboration with bass singer Robert Holl. The nine surviving bass arias are chiefly works from Mozart's last creative phase,inwhich the composer offered little tidbits to the opera singers he was friends with. Deserving special attention are the arias 'Per questa bella mano' K. 612 (with obbligato double bass) and 'Männer suchen stets zu naschen' K.433. While editing this aria, Beyer completed the orchestral accompaniment that Mozart had only sketched, which means that this piece is now available for the first time with an orchestral accompaniment in an authentic Mozartianstyle.

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