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G. Henle Verlag Piano Concerto No. 2 in G-minor Op. 22 (Piano Reduction) Henle Music Folios Series Softcover

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Given Saint-Saëns' talents both as pianist and composer, it stood to reason that he would engage with the piano concerto genre early on. But he gave a clear renunciation of the concerto brilliant that was dominant in France at that time, declaring instead that the solo part of a concerto must be set out, and treated, like a dramatic role. He realis...  Click To Read More About This Product

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Gear returned in great condition, with only minor signs of use, such as slight scuffs or pick marks. It looks and plays like new and may be considered an equivalent to display units found in retail stores.
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Overview

Given Saint-Saëns' talents both as pianist and composer, it stood to reason that he would engage with the piano concerto genre early on. But he gave a clear renunciation of the concerto brilliant that was dominant in France at that time, declaring instead that the solo part of a concerto must be set out, and treated, like a dramatic role. He realised this concept of a symphonic concerto in this second piano concerto, composed in 1868. The solo part is technically very challenging, and at the same time closely bound up with the orchestra. Johannes Umbreit is responsible for the piano reduction, based on the composer's own version for two pianos; Pascal Rogé supplies the fingerings for the solo part.

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