Richard Strauss (1864–1949) Don Juan Op. 20 TrV 156
Tone Poem for Large Orchestra after N. Lenau – Urtext edited by Nick Pfefferkorn [Due to copyright reasons not available in France, Spain and Mexico!] Duration: 19'
3(3.picc).2.cor ang.2.2.dble bsn – 18.104.22.168 – timp – perc – hp – str
- first Urtext edition since the first edition
- evaluation of all available sources, including some orchestral parts used by Strauss
- a detailed critical report
- complete orchestral material available for purchase
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Strauss third tone poem Don Juan was composed in spring 1888. This work is already an impressive demonstration of the composer's newly acquired confidence in mastering the orchestral apparatus. Already completed in the fall, it took over a year until its premiere in Weimar on November 11, 1889.
Breitkopf & Härtel's new Urtext edition assesses not only the autograph and the first edition, but also for the first time the parts used under the composer's direction, resulting in some surprisingly new readings. An extensive preface, facsimile pages, and a detailed critical report round off this authoritative Urtext edition.