Das Wohltemperierte Klavier Teil II BWV 870-893 PDF

Cover of Busoni’s 1894 edition of Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier. 6 volumes in 1916, and subsequently in 7 volumes in 1920. In 1870 Busoni began learning to play das Wohltemperierte Klavier Teil II BWV 870-893 PDF piano while the family was living in Paris, shortly before his fourth birthday.


Författare: Johann Sebastian Bach.
Der weltbekannte Pianist András Schiff, den Bach-Freunden bestens vertraut durch seine Komplett-Einspielung des Bachschen Klavierwerkes, hat beide Teile des Wohltemperierten Klaviers mit seinem Fingersatz versehen. In einem detaillierten Einleitungstext erörtert er Fragen der Aufführungspraxis. Als Grundlage für den Notentext dienten die bereits 1997 überarbeitete Henle-Ausgabe von Teil I und Yo Tomitas brandneue Revision von Teil II (Frühjahr 2007). Tomita, der bedeutende Bach-Forscher, erläutert die komplizierte Quellensituation des zweiten Teils in einem ausführlichen Vorwort. Ein umfangreicher Bemerkungsteil rundet die Ausgabe ab. Beide Teile des Wohltemperierten Klaviers sind im Henle Urtext auch als Ausgaben ohne Fingersatz und als Studien-Editionen erhältlich.

His mother, Anna Weiß-Busoni, a well-regarded professional pianist, was his teacher. Not long afterward, the family returned to Trieste, and his father, Ferdinando, a professional clarinetist, went on tour. In May 1888, Busoni and his pupil Frau Kathi Petri, Egon Petri’s mother, attended a performance of the Prelude and Fugue in D major at the Thomaskirche in Leipzig. She said to him, „You ought to arrange that for pianoforte. By September Busoni had taken a position as piano teacher at the Musikinstitut in Helsinki. In a letter to Henri and Kathi Petri, Busoni wrote „I spoke with my ’superior‘, Director Wegelius, about methods of tuition.

I asked if I should adhere to a programme, a specific method or any particular educational materials. Since Bearbeitung is the more general term, it was also sometimes used instead of Übertragung. He most often used the term Bearbeitung for transcriptions of music originally written for an instrument in which the tone is produced by plucking or striking a string, e. The term Übertragung was usually reserved for the transcription of music written for instruments which produce continuous tones, for example, the organ or violin. The organ, because of the full tone and sometimes massive sound, as in, for example, Toccata and Fugue in D minor, and, in addition, the use of the feet with the pedalboard, presents a particular challenge in piano transcription. Klavierwerke unter Mitwirkung von Egon Petri und Bruno Mugellini. The 25 volumes were issued over a nearly 30-year span.