Scandinavian orchestral scores

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Scandinavian orchestral scores

Post by Hobbypianist » Mon Nov 09, 2009 8:43 pm

here are 3 symphonic poems by Fr. Berwald (urtext, publ. >25y. ago: publ. dom. in Germany /EU)
Berwald_Bayaderen-Fest_fs.pdf
Berwald_Erinnerung_an_die_norwegischen_Alpen_fs.pdf
Berwald_Wettlauf_fs.pdf
the remaining 3 are from a (too) recent edition.
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Scandinavian orchestral scores

Post by rob » Mon Nov 09, 2009 9:22 pm

Very much appreciated! I'm quite happy to have a number of orchestral threads, so have renamed this thread appropriately.

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Re: Scandinavian orchestral scores

Post by Hobbypianist » Wed Nov 11, 2009 8:53 pm

rob wrote:Very much appreciated! I'm quite happy to have a number of orchestral threads, so have renamed this thread appropriately.

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You're welcome!
Ok, thanks for renaming, the Scandinavian composers deserve their own thread. Hmm, maybe we see some day scores by Rangström or Peterson-Berger, that would be fantastic... but I fear that's too rare music.

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Re: Scandinavian orchestral scores

Post by Hobbypianist » Tue Jun 22, 2010 4:54 pm

ok, to have the major orchestral works complete, here are the 3 other tone poems
Berwald_Die_Schlacht_bei_Leipzig_fs.pdf
Berwald_Elfenspiel_fs.pdf
Berwald_Ernste_und_heitere_Grillen_fs.pdf
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Re: Scandinavian orchestral scores

Post by Riodk » Tue Jun 22, 2010 5:01 pm

Absolutely amazing !

Thanks.

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Re: Scandinavian orchestral scores

Post by rob » Tue Jun 22, 2010 5:42 pm

Hobbypianist wrote:ok, to have the major orchestral works complete, here are the 3 other tone poems
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Fantastic! Such a good and imaginative composer.

Now we're only missing the early Bassoon Konzertstuck, the two overtures, three duos, Theme & Variations and a few very slight odds and sods.

I don't expect we'll ever see the Duncan Druce edition of the early symphony? I wonder if anyone here knows Duncan?

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Re: Scandinavian orchestral scores

Post by Hobbypianist » Tue Jun 29, 2010 4:30 pm

rob wrote:
Hobbypianist wrote:ok, to have the major orchestral works complete, here are the 3 other tone poems
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Fantastic! Such a good and imaginative composer.

Now we're only missing the early Bassoon Konzertstuck, the two overtures, three duos, Theme & Variations and a few very slight odds and sods.

I don't expect we'll ever see the Duncan Druce edition of the early symphony? I wonder if anyone here knows Duncan?
I've posted the duos in the corresp. threads.

Drottningen av Golconda, Estrella de Soria Overture and the Konzertstück für Fagott und Orchester (plus some for violin) are in my scanning queue ;) . However, I'm still occupied with some other composers, so don't expect it within the next weeks.

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Re: Scandinavian orchestral scores

Post by rob » Tue Jun 29, 2010 4:33 pm

Hobbypianist wrote:
rob wrote:
Hobbypianist wrote:ok, to have the major orchestral works complete, here are the 3 other tone poems
[/attachment]
Fantastic! Such a good and imaginative composer.

Now we're only missing the early Bassoon Konzertstuck, the two overtures, three duos, Theme & Variations and a few very slight odds and sods.

I don't expect we'll ever see the Duncan Druce edition of the early symphony? I wonder if anyone here knows Duncan?
I've posted the duos in the corresp. threads.

Drottningen av Golconda, Estrella de Soria Overture and the Konzertstück für Fagott und Orchester (plus some for violin) are in my scanning queue ;) . However, I'm still occupied with some other composers, so don't expect it within the next weeks.
Oh I'm a very patient boy!!! Such an embarrassement of riches! Thanks.

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Re: Scandinavian orchestral scores

Post by rob » Tue Jul 20, 2010 6:47 am

Members may like to know that IMSLP has brand new scans of all of Carl Nielsen's magnificent cycle of Six Symphonies courtesy of their user Madcapellen!

http://imslp.org/wiki/Category:Nielsen,_Carl

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Re: Scandinavian orchestral scores

Post by Hobbypianist » Sun Sep 19, 2010 8:54 am

Hello Rob,
another volume of the Complete Edition is available. I've just uploaded the three concert pieces for you. (The works should be accessible for download thanks to the IMSLP-EU server.)

http://imslp.org/wiki/Theme_and_Variati ... ld,_Franz)
http://imslp.org/wiki/Concert_for_2_Vio ... ld,_Franz)
http://imslp.org/wiki/Konzertst%C3%BCck ... ld,_Franz)

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