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The New Concept: Scores for All Stages of Learning

On the recent Music Education Expo in London, Piano Street presented a new concept for sheet music publication. Depending on your own level of experience and where you are in the learning process of a particular piece, you may need fingering, pedal markings, practice and performance tips, or perhaps the right opposite - a clean Urtext score. Read more >>

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Author Topic: Rozycki Concerto 1  (Read 637 times)
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« on: September 23, 2012, 11:08:20 PM »

Derr, Thal? Do you know where one could acquire a full score/2 piano reduction of this wonderful concerto?
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« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2012, 06:05:32 PM »

If you want the full score, you will need to hire it from PWM, which is horrifically expensive.

You can buy the 2 piano score from some dealers, but it is a special order and about $100.

What I did was to get permission from the publishers (Wilhelm Hansen) and got a paper copy from the British Library. No doubt the score is held in other libraries that might be cheaper. Hansen gave me permission for free which is somewhat unusual.

This is a stunning and weirdly neglected work. On par with the Bortkiewitz which in my opinion eclipses everything.

Concertingly.

Thal
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« Reply #2 on: September 24, 2012, 11:27:17 PM »

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This is a stunning and weirdly neglected work. On par with the Bortkiewitz which in my opinion eclipses everything.

Concertingly.

Thal
am off to find a recording of this now!


PS/BTW slightly OT (but related) did you hear about this score being recently rediscovered after it was thought lost?
i absolutey loved it, listened to it several times last week
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWBqQchS0oY


EDIT-indeed, wow. i still love the Bortkiewitz more, but this was sooo nice indeed. a 'new discovery' on my end.
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The New Concept: Scores for All Stages of Learning

On the recent Music Education Expo in London, Piano Street presented a new concept for sheet music publication. Depending on your own level of experience and where you are in the learning process of a particular piece, you may need fingering, pedal markings, practice and performance tips, or perhaps the right opposite - a clean Urtext score. Read more >>

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