Symphony in D minor, Op. 48, in full score
- ISBN: 978-0-486-25373-2
- Código del editor: DOV25373-2
- Editorial: Dover Publications
- Año de la edición: 1987
- Encuadernación: Rústica
- Formato: 23x30
- Páginas: 151
- Idiomas: Inglés
- Tipo: PARTITURA
- código del editor: DOV25373-2
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Cesar Franck (1822-1890): Sinfonía en re menor, opus 48. Partitura general
Franck's only symphony was a late composition, first performed in Paris in February 1889, a year before his death. It splendidly reveals the great Belgian composer's musical individuality, and echoes powerfully the glories of the late French Romantic style.
Today, a century after its first presentation, the Symphony in D Minor is one of the most performed and recorded symphonic works in the repertoire. This authoritative Dover edition makes it available in full score in a sturdy, yet inexpensive format designed to bring you a lifetime of pleasurable study.
Uthough he was deeply influenced by Bach's contrapuntal technique and by Wagner's chromatic harmonies, Franck achieved a highly distinctive musical identity in his work. His pupil Dukas commented: "Franck's language is strictly individual, of an accent and quality hitherto unused, and recognizable among all other idioms."
He was influential not only as a composer but as an organ virtuoso and a teacher, numbering among his students and followers d'Indy, Chausson and a host of other important modern French composers. His greatest works, among them the Symphony in D Minor, combine depth and monumentality with a sweeping, almost mystical lyricism-qualities that underlay his importance as a leading figure of 19th-century French musical life.
Unabridged Dover (1987) republication of the edition originally published as "Symphonie pour Orchestre par Cesar Franck" by J. Hamelle, Paris, n.d.
Symphony in D Minor (Opus 48, composed 1886-88; dedicated "to my friend Henri Duparc")
I. Lento-Allegro non troppo
Ill. Allegro non troppo