Apart from the excitement of the plot itself in which Count Egmont foresees the liberation of the Netherlands from Spanish rule but dies as a result of his own brave stand it is possible to suggest a deeper reason behind Beethoven's heartfelt response to it: Burnham in Grove Music Online. Original publisher's dark yellow wrappers with titling within decorative border. Title lithographed music engraved. In a full custom-made modern black linen clamshell box with printed title label to spine. Previous owner's signature to upper outer corner of wrapper and title. Wrappers soiled with professional repairs to margins and spine.
Minor foxing heavier to some leaves; slight browning to blank margins; edges slightly dusty. Quite a good copy overall. Worn and soiled; title separated at spine; edges frayed. Hoboken 2 a later issue. The arranger of this version is not known. The timing coincided with Wellington's defeat of Napoleon in It is a programmatic piece for a large orchestra with a battery of military and Turkish percussion instruments including cannons and muskets.
The first section opens with an English bugle call followed by the patriotic tune Rule Britannia answered by a French bugle call and marching tune known in Britain as For he's a jolly good fellow. Then comes a depiction of the battle. Part 2 called 'Victory Symphony' begins and ends with martial music but is otherwise based largely on the British national anthem which is treated fugally.
The Beethoven Compendium p. Housed in a custom-made mid-tan leather-backed folder with titling gilt to spine. The word "Preis" printed but neither amount nor currency added. Extended printed note following imprint: Hoffmeister continuation in smaller print Bonn bey N. First Edition first issue. Both parts bound together with original silk ribbon.
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With the word "Preis" printed the amount in manuscript in ink: Capital letter "L" added in pencil to final page of piano part. Browning to title and edges; slight offsetting; outer bifolium of piano part partially separated at spine. Trio fur Piano Forte Violin! Tobias Haslinger PN A later issue printed from plates of the first edition. Oblong folio and folio. Price printed in two currencies: Decorative title with coat of arms surrounded by stylized sunrays and clouds. Edges browned and slightly dampstained; slight offsetting and bleeding of imprint; lower outer corner of cello part slightly creased; violin part lacking.
With header "" added in manuscript to all pages. Library mark to inside of back cover. Mild tanning and rub marks to pages with foxing to the text block edge. Firm binding with mild cracking to hinges. Bumping to spine ends and corners with noticeable rubbing and scuffing along edges and over surfaces. Tobias Haslinger without plate number ca. Hoboken 2 96 and This set was begun in composed primarily in and and published in with a dedication to Prince Lobkowitz. All of them essentially accept the usual four-movement structure and all reflect the Viennese Classic style with an occasional admixture of Italianate melody - perhaps under the influence of Salieri to whom Beethoven had just dedicated his Sonatas op.
PNs First Edition of the Razumovsky quartets. Each quartet was supposed to include a Russian melody for the benefit of the dedicatee Count Razumovsky the Russian ambassador in Vienna.
Here for the first time may be seen Beethoven's interest in folksong which was to grow in later years. Folksongs did not much help the first two quartets but Razumovsky's notion came to superb fruition in the third where Beethoven gave up the idea of incorporating pre-existing tunes and instead wrote the haunting A minor Andante in what he must have conceived to be a Russian idiom. First German edition second issue distinguished by the presence of "Adagio" at the head of the slow movement in the first issue and "Adagio ma non troppo" in the second.
Published very shortly after the Clementi edition see Del Mar: Beethoven's String Quartets op. Often referred to as the "harp" quartet; the name derives from the pizzicato effects in the first movement.
First Edition variant issue distinguished by the presence of a diminuendo sign in measure 21 and a crescendo sign in measure 22 in the third movement of the second violin part. But on this occasion nothing of first importance appears to have occupied him in between. There would seem to be every reason to consider the two quartets together in the same way that we naturally group together the six quartets Op. Indeed the two share certain technical proclivities - in the attitude toward sonata form for example and toward the key sequence of movements - and both exhibit a poise and control that mark a decided advance over the earlier period or sub-period.
Nonetheless between the two there is a cleavage in aesthetic stance unlike anything that differentiates the "Razumovsky" Quartets from one another. The Eb Quartet is an open unproblematic lucid work of consolidation like some others written at this time. The F minor Quartet is an involved impassioned highly idiosyncratic piece problematic in every one of its movements advanced in a hundred ways.
One work looks backward perhaps the other forward. Or to put it better one work looks outward the other inward. It would be hard to imagine any composer grouping these antipodes together as a single opus. The Beethoven Quartets p. We would like to thank Dr. Jonathan Del Mar for his kind assistance in the identification of this issue. Schott PN March Schott also published this work in Paris at about the same time. Ecrit et piquire par A. Small oval publisher's blindstamp to lower margins.
Binder's holes to inner margin. First Edition variant issue with music commencing on verso of title to first violin part. Schott PN June Lithographic titles music engraved. Maurice Schlesinger PN Sept. Small oval publisher's stamp to lower corners of title. With printed initials "FJ" to lower right corner of title possibly those of the engraver. Studies of them and commentaries on them are innumerable; like Hamlet they will never yield up their last secrets or admit of a 'final' solution. They are inexhaustible and all that can be done here is to indicate in what ways they advance the frontiers of the art of music.
The first to be completed in and the only one published during Beethoven's lifetime was the E flat Op. Then came the A minor Op.
Beethoven's deafness and consequent spiritual isolation combined with certain specifically musical factors to make many things in the last quartets incomprehensible to contemporaries and not easily comprehensible to later generations. The Age of Beethoven Vol. Each part with collection number stamped to upper outer margin throughout.
With neat performance markings in pencil to first violin parts throughout and occasional additional markings in pencil and red crayon to other parts. Binding slightly worn rubbed and bumped. Occasional foxing and wear. Todestag im Marz excerpts from autograph manuscripts; Faksimiles von Handschriften aus dem Besitz der Deutschen Staatsbibliothek Berlin.
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No remainder marks no shelf wear no surprises. Name of prior owner on top of cover. Verlag Ernst Eulenburg Ohne Erscheinungsjahr. Eulenburgs kleine Partitur-Ausgabe No. Small black mark on wraps Professional conductor's markings in blue and red pencil. Folio 13'' X 10''. Hardback ex-library with usual stamps and markings in good all round condition. Hardback ex-library with usual stamps and markings in fair all round condition suitable as a study copy. Large landscape Quarto size 4to.
VERY GOOD a well preserved clean and tight copy wrappers a little edge-rubbed small chip to bottom edge of spine mild signs of tape residue to spine. Brown hardcover that fades towards the edges from shelf sunning Top of the spine is chipped. Interior has minor age-toning. No date but probably late 19th Century.
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