Arnold Schönberg: Gurre-Lieder

  • for soli, choir and orchestra
  • critical edition
  • 8 5 7 5 - 10 6 7 1 - timp(2), perc(6), hp(4), cel, bass tpt, str(20 20 16 16 12)
  • Duration: 130’
  • Instrumentation details:
    1st flute
    2nd flute
    3rd flute
    4th flute
    5th flute (+1st picc)
    6th flute (+2nd picc)
    7th flute (+3rd picc)
    8th flute (+4th picc)
    1st oboe
    2nd oboe
    3rd oboe
    1st cor anglais (+4th ob)
    2nd cor anglais (+5th ob)
    1st clarinet in Bb (+cl(A))
    2nd clarinet in Bb (+cl(A))
    3rd clarinet in Bb (+cl(A))
    4th clarinet in A (+1st bass cl(Bb))
    5th clarinet in A (+2nd bass cl(Bb))
    6th clarinet in A (+1st cl(Eb))
    7th clarinet in A (+2nd cl(Eb))
    1st bassoon
    2nd bassoon
    3rd bassoon
    1st contrabassoon
    2nd contrabassoon
    1st horn in F
    2nd horn in F
    3rd horn in F
    4th horn in F
    5th horn in F
    6th horn in F
    7th horn in F (+1st t.tuba in F)
    8th horn in F (+1st bass tuba in F)
    9th horn in F (+2nd t.tuba in F)
    10th horn in F (+2nd bass tuba in F)
    1st trumpte in F
    2nd trumpte in F
    3rd trumpte in F (+tpt(Bb))
    4th trumpte in F (+tpt(Bb))
    5th trumpte in F (+tpt(Bb)
    tpt(C))
    6th trumpte in F (+tpt(Bb)
    tpt(C))
    bass trumpet in Eb
    alto trombone
    1st tenor-bass trombone
    2nd tenor-bass trombone
    3rd tenor-bass trombone
    4th tenor-bass trombone
    bass trombone in Eb
    contrabass trombone
    contrabass tuba (+bass tuba)
    timpani(2)
    percussion(6)
    1st harp
    2nd harp
    3rd harp
    4th harp
    celesta
    violin I (1st desk)
    violin I (2nd desk)
    violin I (3rd desk)
    violin I (4th desk)
    violin I (5th desk)
    violin I (6th desk)
    violin I (7th desk)
    violin I (8th desk)
    violin I (9th desk)
    violin I (10th desk)
    violin II (1st desk)
    violin II (2nd desk)
    violin II (3rd desk)
    violin II (4th desk)
    violin II (5th desk)
    violin II (6th desk)
    violin II (7th desk)
    violin II (8th desk)
    violin II (9th desk)
    violin II (10th desk)
    viola
    violoncello (1st-4th player)
    violoncello (5th-8th player)
    violoncello (9th-16th player)
    contrabass
  • Choir: Waldemars Mannen: 3 (eventuell 4) 4-stimmige Männerchöre, 8-stimmiger gemischter Chor (große Besetzung)
  • Composer: Arnold Schönberg
  • Editor: Ulrich Krämer
  • Text author: Jens Peter Jacobsen
  • Translator: Robert Franz Arnold
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Arnold Schönberg: Gurre-Lieder (Songs of Gurre) for soprano, mezzo soprano (alto), 2 tenor and bass soloists, speaker, t(t)bb and double satb choir and orchestra | UE33202

  • Edition type: choral score
  • Languages: German
  • Edition info: nach dem Text der kritischen Gesamtausgabe
  • Format: 21.0 × 29.7 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-3176-1
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-07806-4
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Wertvolle historisch-kritische Neuedition Basierend auf dem gleichnamigen Gedichtzyklus des dänischen Dichters Jens Peter Jacobsen begann Arnold Schönberg 1900 mit der Komposition der Gurre-Lieder, deren riesige Partitur er erst 1911 fertigstellte. Der 1912 erschienene Originaldruck enthielt die verkleinerte Faksimileausgabe der Reinschrift und wurde als Studienpartitur vertrieben und 1920 durch den von Schönberg revidierten Neudruck ersetzt. Die darin enthaltene Textgestalt liegt auch der neuen historisch-kritischen Neuedition im Rahmen der Arnold Schönberg Gesamtausgabe zugrunde. Sie korrigiert zahlreiche Fehler der Ausgabe von 1920 und beseitigt alle Unklarheiten, die sich aufgrund der Beschränkung auf 42 Systeme pro Seite ergeben hatten. Erstmals wird hier auch die Erweiterung des in drei Chöre unterteilten 12-stimmigen Satzes „Gegrüßt, o König, an Gurre-Sees Strand” um einen vierten Chor, die Schönberg 1914 selbst eingerichtet hatte, um die Hauptstimmen besser hervortreten zu lassen.

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