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Topic: best edition of "pictures at an exhibition" piano version?  (Read 3149 times)

Offline david456103

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for those who have played/are familiar with the piece, could you recommend some editions you think are worth looking at?

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Re: best edition of "pictures at an exhibition" piano version?
Reply #1 on: August 01, 2016, 10:22:26 AM
What do you mean by best? What do you normally look for in an edition?

I personally would probably look at the alfred masterworks edition. Its cheap, easy to read , good quality  and has pretty good annotations.in footer etc

theres a lot of printing of this out there, in a premium  publusher i might look at schott but honestly for the price,would get alfred. If you wantt to compare editions, best to check out several at library via interlibrary loan and compare them.
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