For Four Hands at One Piano.
This edition marks the beginning of Bärenreiter’s publication of Schubert’s complete works for piano duet in scholarly-critical Urtext editions. It includes Schubert’s late works, composed between 1826 and 1828 which are amongst the most important works in the piano duet repertoire.
Suggestions on performance practice by Mario Aschauer and a selection of passages on practical performing aspects from the critical commentary of the “New Schubert Edition” complete the edition, which presents the compositions in a clear score format.
- Based on the Urtext of the “New Schubert Edition”
- Scholarly-critical edition reflecting the latest state of research
- Suggestions on performance practice by Mario Aschauer
- Detailed foreword (Ger/Eng) and critical commentary (Eng)
- With optimum page-turns
Variations on a Theme from L. J. Ferdinand Hérolds opera “Marie” by op. 82,1 (D 908) / Fantasy in F minor op. 103 (D 940) / Allegro in A minor op. post. 144 (D 947) / Rondo in A major op. post. 107 (D 951) / Fugue in E minor op. post. 152 (D 952)