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MANCINI, Henry (1924-1997) - Charade (Henry Mancini Concert Library). HAL LEONARD

HAL04491286 / orch
MANCINI, Henry (1924-1997) - Ohio Riverboat (Henry Mancini Concert Library). HAL LEONARD

HAL04491231 / orch: 2, 2, 2, 2 - 4, 4, 2+1, 1, timp, perc, hp, pf, banjo, str

VERDI, Giuseppe (1813-1901) - Requiem (Urtext) (Uvietta). BAERENREITER VERLAG

BA07590 / soli(SMsTB), chor(satb), orch

In spite of the most enthusiastic reception at the work's premiere, the famous pianist and conductor Hans von Buelow criticized Verdi's Messa da Requiem as "an opera in ecclesiastical robes". Nonetheless, or maybe precisely for this quality, the work has conquered concert podiums worldwide.

For this scholarly-critical edition, the editor has consulted no less than 16 sources, many more than were ever used for any other edition of the Requiem; some of these sources were never evaluated before and one source, a hand-written vocal score, particularly relevant to the evaluation of the "Liber scriptus", was newly discovered.

As such, this edition offers new philological and editorial decisions regarding phrasing, articulation and dynamics and succeeds in presenting practical suggestions to solve musical problems and those concerning the interpretation of this famous work.

This edition comprises a concise Critical Commentary in the score. The most important editions published in the 19th century are compared with regard to musicological questions in the work. The genesis of some misunderstandings included in the 1913 and 1964 Ricordi editions is traced. The first version of the "Liber scriptus" for chorus is included in the appendix while the later version for mezzosoprano solo is to be found in the main part of the edition.

 Verdi's monumental work in a Baerenreiter Urtext edition
 Trilingual preface (Ital/Eng/Ger)
 Critical Commentary (Eng) in the score
 Idiomatic well-presented piano reduction
MANCINI, Henry (1924-1997) - Strings on Fire! (Henry Mancini Concert Library). HAL LEONARD

HAL04491284 / orch / Dur 3
MANCINI, Henry (1924-1997) - Cameo for Violin (Henry Mancini Concert Library). HAL LEONARD

HAL04491233 / orch: 0, 0, 0, 2 - 4, 0, 3, 1, perc, hp, pf, str, hpchd, solo [vn]
MANCINI, Henry (1924-1997) - Moon River (Henry Mancini Concert Library). HAL LEONARD

HAL04491282 / orch: 2, 2, 2, 2 - 4, 3, 2+1, 1, timp, perc, hp, pf /cel, str
GIACCHINO, Michael - Star Trek Into Darkness (Symphonic Pops). HAL LEONARD

HAL04491278 / chor, orch: 2+1, 1+1, 2+1, 1+1 - 4, 4, 4, 1, timp, perc, hp, pf /cel, str, mx chor, elec gtr CHORUS IS DOUBLED IN THE ORCHESTRA
STRAUSS, Richard (1864-1949) - Also Sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30 (Corrected, 2014) (Ed.Nieweg/Serio). EDWIN F. KALMUS

A2120 / orch: 3d1+a.fl, 3+1, 2+1+e-fl.cl, 3+1 - 6, 4, 3, 2, timp, perc, 2hp, org in set, str / Dur 33

Newly engraved edition.   Edited by Clinton F. Nieweg and Stuart Serio.  Preface by Steven Ledbetter.  This 2014 edition is all newly proofed, corrected and engraved material.  Trumpet parts are published in C and also transposed to B-flat only.
GIACCHINO, Michael - Star Trek (2009) (Symphonic Pops). HAL LEONARD

HAL04491064 / orch
VIOTTI, Giovanni Battista (1755-1824) - Concerto for Violin No. 22 in A minor (Ed. Wolf) (Engraved). EDWIN F. KALMUS

A2227 / vn, orch: 1, 2, 2, 2 - 2, 2, 0, 0, timp, str, solo vn / Dur 27