Concerto for solo viola. Opus I. Two violins, two clarinets, two horns, two violas and bass.
Deux violons, deux clarinettes, deux cors, deux alto-viola et basse. Francfort sur le Main (s.d. : Ca 1774) - Paris, (s.d. : Ca 1774). Francfort : 8 parties separees. Paris : 8 parties separees
by Carl Stamitz
Orchestra - Sheet Music

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Concerto for solo viola. Opus I. Two violins, two clarinets, two horns, two violas and bass.
Deux violons, deux clarinettes, deux cors, deux alto-viola et basse. Francfort sur le Main (s.d. : Ca 1774) - Paris, (s.d. : Ca 1774). Francfort : 8 parties separees. Paris : 8 parties separees
by Carl Stamitz
Orchestra - Sheet Music

Item Number: 18458109
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Deux violons, deux clarinettes, deux cors, deux alto-viola et basse. Francfort sur le Main (s.d. : Ca 1774) - Paris, (s.d. : Ca 1774). Francfort : 8 parties separees. Paris : 8 parties separees. Composed by Carl Stamitz. Edited by Jean Philippe Vasseur. This edition: Facsimile. Collection Dominantes. Score. Published by Anne Fuzeau Productions - France (FZ.5397).

ISBN 9790230653978. 24.50 x 33.50 cm inches.

This facsimile of an original by Carl Stamitz is part of our Dominantes collection. Presentation by Jean-Philippe Vasseur: biography - hints about the score - errors - sola viola part. Edition: Francfort sur le Main (undated: Ca 1774) - Paris, (undated: Ca 1774). Francfort: 8 separate parts. Paris: 8 separate parts. This facsimile presents the two original editions published in Paris and Frankfurt, both edited with separate instrumental parts. Collection supervised by the musicologist Jean Saint-Arroman, professor at the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique et de Danse of Paris and at the CEFEDEM Ile de France (Training Centre for Music Teachers). He is the author of the majority of our prefaces and has also been involved in library searches. Facsimile of copies from: - Mecklenburgische Landesbibliotheck of Schwerin (Germany). - British Library of London (England). Anne Fuzeau Classique propose period copies of classical music scores.