Digital products at Carus

Music editions also benefit from the potential offered by digitisation. Hybrid editions comprise a printed volume, which can be used as the basis for a performance, plus a digital archive, which reproduces all the available sources – manuscripts, first printed editions, as well as other relevant materials such as proofs and letters. Using a software (Carus uses Edirom), these are prepared and made available in an innovative way: high-resolution facsimiles can be studied alongside the commentaries from the Critical Report and the new engraving of the edition. The Critical Report, somewhat laborious to read in conventional editions, becomes a pleasure to read: the creation of the works can be reconstructed directly from the sources, and all editorial decisions are transparent and checkable. An extensive encyclopaedic section contains interesting facts about the historical context of the works.

Reger Edition of Work, vol. I/7: Organ pieces III

Since January 2008, the first scholarly, critical edition of the works of Max Reger (RWA) is being produced at the Max-Reger-Institute, Karlsruhe. Its design as a “hybrid” edition breaks new...

edition of works

Reger Edition of Work, vol. I/6: Organ pieces II

The sixth volume in the series of organ works includes, in chronological order, the organ pieces Max Reger composed in between April 1902 and spring 1903 in Munich. The Max-Reger-Institut (MRI),...

edition of works

Johann Sebastian Bach: B minor Mass

New Urtext Edition · Hybrid Edition Although Bach's Mass in B minor is one of the most frequently performed works by the Cantor of St. Thomas's, it is full of puzzles and problems....

Full Score with DVD

Reger Edition of Work, vol. I/5: Organ pieces I

The fifth volume in the series of organ works includes, in chronological order, the organ pieces Max Reger composed in autumn 1892 in Weiden and Wiesbaden, and those composed between January 1900...

edition of works

Bargheer: Fiedellieder

The Fiedellieder for baritone, violin and piano, composed by the violinist Carl Louis Bargheer (a close friend of Johannes Brahms since his time in Detmold) on texts by Theodor Storm, are presented...

score and parts