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Cosi Fan Tutte, K. 588

Dramma Giocoso In 2 Acts

By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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3 soprano voices, tenor voice, 2 bass voices, mixed chorus and piano accompaniment - Difficulty: medium-difficult to difficult
Dramma Giocoso In 2 Acts. Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791). Edited by Faye Ferguson and Wolfgang Rehm. This edition: Urtext edition. Hardback. Classical Period. Vocal score (hardcover). Choral notation, piano reduction and introductory text. K. 588. 456 pages. Duration 3 hours. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag (BA.BA4606-90).

Item Number: BA.BA4606-90
ISBN 9790006451906. With choral notation, piano reduction and introductory text. Classical Period. 8x11 inches.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Silver Spring, MD
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • June 10, 2011 Gorgeous Score

    As always with a Barenreiter, the score is pinpoint-accurate, and the printing is stunning; you can read every last detail in the music. The chorus individual chorus parts are spelled out too, whereas in the Schirmer SAT are on one staff, and B is on another, which makes it...

    hard to follow, especially when coupled with Schirmer's subpar printing. Worth every peny!

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  • 5

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  • February 10, 2009 The Best, if that's your goal

    This review will assume you enjoy Mozart, and focus on this edition. As far as editing goes, this book is beautiful to read, stunning page layout... perfect. The Schirmer edition is fine, but has many errors, and is not quite so friendly on the eyes. And with minimal spine-bending...

    , this hardcover book lies wonderfully flat on the stand. This piano reduction has much more of the original musical material in it than the Schirmer piano reduction. It even tells you which instruments play what. However, this also makes it more difficult to play, and less idiomatic for the piano. Playing from the Barenreiter score, things sound a bit more strained. But also more accurate and more like Mozart. With all those benefits, this score also costs about 3 times as much as Schirmer. Between cost and piano playability, there are reasons to buy either one, I think.

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  • 5

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  • July 18, 2008 Absolutely beautiful

    Gorgeous edition. More expensive than Schirmer but totally worth it if you're working on a role.

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