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Evening Concert, No. 5 from Ploner Musiktag

By Paul Hindemith

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3 recorders (ATT) (Score & Parts) - difficult
Evening Concert, No. 5 from Ploner Musiktag. Composed by Paul Hindemith (1895-1963). Edited by Peter Thalheimer. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Original Music for Recorder. Classical. Score and parts. Composed 1932. 40 pages. Duration 8'. Schott Music #OFB 215. Published by Schott Music (HL.49019172).

Item Number: HL.49019172

ISBN 9790001175029. 9.25x12 inches.

For the music festival at the 'Staatliche Bildungsanstalt' in Plon on 20 June 1932, Paul Hindemith (1895-1963) composed his 'Ploner Musiktag'. The work consists of 'Morgenmusik', 'Tafelmusik', a cantata and a multi-sectional 'Abendkonzert'. The last part also comprises 'Trio for Recorders' written for recorders in A1 D1 D1 which, according to Hindemith, should be transposed to other temperaments. The Schott edition OFB 208 published in 2008 in a transposed version is scored for descant and two treble recorders (or treble recorder and tenor recorder). Our new edition, however, is oriented towards a Baroque sound ideal and has been set for further instrumentation possibilities: Baroque recorders in F1 C1 C1 or Renaissance recorders in G1 (F1) C1 C1 - for treble recorder and two tenor recorders.

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