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Brahms, Johannes: Chaconne aus der Partita Nr. 2 d-moll (Johann Sebastian Bach) - arrangement for piano left hand

Chaconne from Partita no. 2 d minor (Johann Sebastian Bach), Arrangement for Piano, left Hand by Johannes Brahms. Henle Urtext.

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Komponist Brahms, Johannes
Produktnr. HN1187
Genre Klassisk
Forlag Henle
Instrumentation Piano (left hand)
Sider 24
Udgivelsesår 2018

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Detaljer

· Brahms‘s arrangement of Bach‘s most famous Chaconne d-minor for violin solo, which has also been arranged by Busoni (HN 557).
· Edition follows the Brahms Complete Works. Those notes which Brahms highlighted in his personal copy are specially marked in the melody.
· With detailed information on the genesis of this unusual work
· With additional, excellent fingerings by Markus Bellheim
· For professionals

Valerie Woodring Goertzen (Editor)
Markus Bellheim (Fingering)
Urtext Edition, Arrangement for Piano, paperbound
Size 23,5 x 31,0 cm

The d-minor Chaconne is undoubtedly the most famous movement of all of Bach’s 6 Sonatas and Partitas for violin solo. So it is hardly surprising that it has seen many arrangements. Johannes Brahms marvelled at how a single staff of music could offer “a whole world of the deepest thoughts and the mightiest emotions”. He promptly made his own arrangement; it is for left hand alone, in order to come close to the restrictive framework of the original. He wrote enthusiastically: “A similar degree of difficulty, the manner of technique, the arpeggios – everything comes together to make me feel like a violinist!” This Henle Urtext edition by Valerie Woodring-Goertzen is based on the text of the new Brahms Complete Edition. In her foreword she also offers fascinating details about the compositional history of this unusual work.

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