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19886083
19886083

Silvana WeV C.5 Band 3a

Romantic opera in 3 acts (3 volumes) - Overture, Act I

By Carl Maria von Weber

Silvana WeV C.5 Band 3a
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Romantic opera in 3 acts (3 volumes) - Overture, Act I. Composed by Carl Maria von Weber (1786-1826). Edited by Markus Bandur. This edition: WGA 1032-10; Cloth-cover, Complete edition. Complete Editions. Carl Maria von Weber - Complete Works, Serie III, Band 3a. Score and critical commentary. 254 pages. Published by Schott Music (SD.49019231).

Item Number: SD.49019231
ISBN 978-3-7957-9344-9.

Carl Maria von Weber's fame rests mainly on 'Der Freischutz'. The unprecedented success of this opera overshadowed all his other works and contributed to their increasing fall into oblivion. Certain works such as 'Preciosa', 'Oberon', and 'Euryanthe', the overtures, solo concertos and piano sonatas, the lieder and chamber works enjoyed great popularity and were widely known in Germany and abroad as late as the second half of the 19th century. However, any chance of a revival of Weber's influential and substantial oeuvre was wasted in the 1920s, when a complete edition - begun by Hans Joachim Moser and with potential contributors including Wilhelm Kempff, Hans Pfitzner, Max von Schillings, Fritz Stein and Richard Strauss - failed after the third volume.Ever since there have been numerous attempts to restart a complete edition of Weber's works, but as this kind of project would have required the co-operation of scholars from both sides of the inter-German border, the political situation after 1945 was not conducive to any such enterprise. Careful negotiations led to the first tangible steps in the 1980s. The intention, right from the beginning, was to place Weber's work in context, and not to separate his musical output from his influential work as a writer, critic and organiser in the musical field, but to publish his compositions together with his letters, diaries and other literary output as the best way to document the cross-fertilisation between his musical, literary and practical activities.Since the German re-unification both working-parties concerned - at the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, and at the Musikwissenschaftliches Seminar, Detmold/Paderborn - have co-operated on the complete edition of the musical works (c. 45 volumes in 10 series: sacred music; cantatas, odes and other occasional works; stage works; lieder and vocal works; orchestral works; chamber music; music for piano; piano reductions; miscellanea, arrangements and orchestrations; works of doubtful attribution). The diaries (6-8 vols.) are edited in Berlin and the letters (8-10 vols.) and other writings (2 vols.) in Detmold. This complete edition aims to be a reliable basis of scholarly debate as well as for the authentic performance practice of Carl Maria von Weber's music. Conforming to the standards of recent historico-critical editions, the textual material will be based on all available authentic sources, accompanied by a detailed documentation of the genesis and a list of variants for each work. The musicological importance of the works will be evaluated by placing them in their historical context, the presentation of their genesis, history and Critical Commentaries. The letters, writings and diaries will be treated as inter-related and relevant to each other in the commentaries, therefore readers should benefit from a wealth of concise information and cross-references.

  • Zur Edition 
  • Zum vorliegenden Band 
  • Abkurzungen und Siglen 
  • Besetzung der Urfassung 
  • Notentext: Overture 
  • Akt I: Introduction. Fust, Jager-Chor: "Das Hilfthorn schallt" 
  • Aria. Krips: "Liegt so ein Unthier ausgestrekt" 
  • Coro: "Halloh! Halloh im Wald nur lebt sichs froh" 
  • Duetto. Rudolph, Krips: "So geh und fuhr aus jener Hohle das Madchen her" 
  • Arietta. Krips: "Ein Madchen ohne Mangel" 
  • Scena. Silvana, Rudolph: "Willst du nicht diesen Aufenthalt mit einem freundlichern vertauschen?" 
  • Finale. Rudolph, Jager-Chor: "Geniesst, jedoch bescheiden, den Geber hoher Freuden" 
  • Akt II: Duetto. Mechtilde, Adelhart: "Wag es mir zu widerstreben" 
  • Recitativo. Mechtilde: "Weh mir, es ist gescheh'n" 
  • Quartetto. Mechtilde, Klarchen, Albert, Kurt: "Mechtilde!" 
  • Scena. Silvana, Rudolph 
  • Aria. Silvana, Rudolph: "Ich liebe dich!" 
  • Tempo d' un Tedesco, Krips: "Sah ich sonst ein Madchen bescheiden und stumm" 
  • Finale. Mechtilde, Rudolph, Albert, Adelhart, Herold, Allgemeiner Chor: "Triumph" 
  • Akt III: Introduzione. Coro. Albert, Chor seiner Knechte:" Wie furchtbar die Wolken sich schwarzen" 
  • Aria. Adelhart: "Welch schreklich Loos fiel mir vom Himmel zu!" 
  • Terzetto. Silvana, Mechtilde, Rudolph, Adelhart: "Nieder mit ihr" 
  • Finale. Chor: "Mit dem Liebes Gott im Bunde" 
  • Notenanhang: Buhnenfassungen 
  • Konzertfassungen von Einzelnummern 
  • Textanhang 
  • Kritischer Bericht: Entstehung, Auffuhrungen und Rezeption 
  • Quellen 
  • Editionsbericht zum Notentext 
  • Editionsbericht zu den Gesangs- und Dialogtexten sowie den Szenenanweisungen 
  • Anhang 
  • Register