Arvo Pärt: Zwei Beter

Arvo Pärt: Zwei Beter for female choir (SSSAAA) a cappella | UE31297

St. Luke 18, 9-14

"Zwei Beter" for female a cappella choir is Arvo Pärt's musical interpretation of St Luke 18, 9- 14 in German.

Instrument:
for female choir (SSSAAA) a cappella
Edition type:
choral score
Composer:
Pärt Arvo
Theme:
Contemporary Music
Languages:
German
  • UE31297
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-1090-2
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-06056-4
  • 21 × 29.7 cm
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Contents – Zwei Beter for female choir (SSSAAA) a cappella

  • Zwei Beter (für Chor (SA) a cappella)

Description

Franz Schubert’s Sonata in A minor D. 821 was originally written for piano and arpeggione, an instrument of the 1820s combining features of the guitar and the cello. This instrument was in use for just a short period of time, so that the composition has now become standard repertoire for cello and piano, and this is the version presented here.
A handwritten violin part in the hand of Anton Diabelli kept by the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, however, shows that the sonata’s arpeggione part was initially arranged for violin, long before the first print in 1871 introduced the well-known version for cello and piano. Wiener Urtext also publishes Diabelli’s arrangement for violin and piano in a separate edition.
Both editions are essentially based on Schubert’s autograph, the cello part in principle relies on the first printed edition of 1871, the violin part is based on Diabelli’s arrangement. 

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Instrument:
for female choir (SSSAAA) a cappella
Edition type:
choral score
Composer:
Pärt Arvo
Theme:
Contemporary Music
Languages:
German

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