Rheinberger (Gesamtausgabe, Bd. 24)

Josef Gabriel Rheinberger

Sinfonie in F

"Florentiner Sinfonie"

op. 87, 1875

Description

Rheinberger began work on his second Symphony during his visit to Italy with his wife in 1874. He was commissioned to write it by an orchestral society in Florence – an indication that his reputation had already spread throughout Europe. The autograph score contains a poem by his wife Fanny, which in four sections expressed the moods of impressions of the visit which seem to underlie the symphony. Contemporaries praised particularly the ”beauty of the Adagio.” The work is here presented for the first time in an edition based critically on the sources.

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    1 x set of parts, harmony parts, 1 x bassoon 1, 1 x bassoon 2, 1 x clarinet 1, 1 x clarinet 2, 1 x flute 1, 1 x flute 2, 1 x horn 1, 1 x horn 2, 1 x horn 3, 1 x horn 4, 1 x oboe 1, 1 x oboe 2, 1 x piccolo, 1 x timpani, 1 x trombone 1, 1 x trombone 2, 1 x trombone 3, 1 x trumpet 1, 1 x trumpet 2, 1 x tuba (50.087/09)
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    9 x individual part, violin 1 (50.087/11)
    each: 8,00 €
    8 x individual part, violin 2 (50.087/12)
    each: 8,00 €
    7 x individual part, viola (50.087/13)
    each: 8,00 €
    6 x individual part, violoncello (50.087/14)
    each: 8,00 €
    4 x individual part, double bass (50.087/15)
    each: 8,00 €

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Editor

Werner Aderhold Personal details

Composer

Josef Gabriel Rheinberger Personal details

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