Composers from Germany [Misc]

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Post by HullandHellandHalifax »

Hello Jonathan,
seeing as how I brought this transcription to your notice, I better post it as well. The original edition had many corrections required so this edition by Jon Skinner addresses that problem.
Looking forwrad to the resulting CD.
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The original as requested

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Well, thanks very much! Greatly appreciated. Are you aware of any recording of the transcription?
The original printing fits huge amounts of music onto each page, perhaps there was a paper shortage at the time.
The engraving of the original is rather nicer than the new edition, which I will certainly consult.
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Post by HullandHellandHalifax »

I haven't heard of any recordings unfortunately which given the popularity of the original is very surprising. I totally agree with you about the printing of the older editions, it is far more user-friendly than the modern editions which somehow leave me unenthusiastic about the music I want to play, is that weird? The readability of the more compact older editions means my eyes don't become that tired as quickly as when I have to read a score that sprawls over the page. The modern editions are so clean but don't allow you to be excited, I don't know how to put it any better.
if I come across a recording I will let you know.
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I think I'll have to print it on A3, then chop each page in half (or they'll topple over the back of the music desk)!
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Here is a link to a recording on Hyperion
https://www.hyperion-records.co.uk/dw.a ... 7516_68119
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always up for 'new' Lange, especially one of the nocturnes.

Lange, Gustav - Op. 305 - Nocturne (Notturno) - Felice Notte (Beautiful Night)
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Very nice ! Thank you.
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musiclife217 wrote: Mon Jun 14, 2021 11:10 pm always up for 'new' Lange, especially one of the nocturnes.

Lange, Gustav - Op. 305 - Nocturne (Notturno) - Felice Notte (Beautiful Night)

Lange, Gustav-Op. 305-Nocturne (Notturno)-Felice Notte (Beautiful Night).pdf
Please, check the uploaded file. Beside of the HathiTrust-Cover I got only empty pages. Thanks.
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FW190 wrote: Wed Jun 16, 2021 7:10 am Please, check the uploaded file. Beside of the HathiTrust-Cover I got only empty pages. Thanks.
Seems OK to me. I got 9pp, 7 of which are very clear music. The background is light grey, so check your PDF software,in case it has rendering problems.
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