Mozart: All Masses and Vespers as Study scores

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Carus presents the study scores of the complete Mozart Masses (incl. the Requiem and the C-minor Mass in the versions by Robert D. Levin) and Vespers in an attractive slipcase. The editions are based on the latest musicological developments and they offer musicians and music lovers alike a treasure of Mozart's sacred music.

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package, Set with study scores

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DIN A5, in slipcase
EUR159,00 / copies
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[...] Wherever possible Mozart's autographs have been consulted and the scores prepared by established scholars using modern editorial conventions which are clearly identified. Also helpful is the policy of including commentary in three languages - German, English and French - as well as critical notes on sources and alternative readings. Not only are questions of historic practice and performance discussed, but attention is also given to such matters as providing playable piano reductions in the vocal scores. Even more attractive is the publisher's policy in respect of the performance material. [...]

Denis McCaldin