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Cadence

Cadence

Concerto pour piano en ut majeur KV 467


  • Clé : C-Dur
  • Instrumentation: piano
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In our popular 'Cadenza' series, we present cadenzas of well-known instrumental concertos from the classical and romantic periods which were composed by outstanding composers and soloists of our time. The combination of historical music and contemporary additions results in extremely exciting musical moments.
In our latest volume, we publish for the first time the cadenza written by Paul Dessau in 1947 on Mozart's Piano Concerto K 467. One may only speculate for which occasion it was composed by Dessau. Before returning to Germany from the USA in 1948, he had written numerous little piano pieces, most of them for piano lessons. In addition, he had rewritten his early piano sonata completely. In this context, he also noted down the names of pianists such as Vladimir Horowitz, Bruno Eisner and Leon Fleisher with whom he was in touch, hoping for the performance of the sonata. Perhaps the cadenza too was created in this hope. We do not know if it was ever performed. But now, all pianists are given the chance to play it!
Détails
Année de composition: 1947
Clé : C-Dur
Difficulté: avancé
Durée de la performance: 3'0"
Maison d'édition: SCHOTT MUSIC GmbH & Co KG, Mainz (001)
Nombre de pages: 8
Séries: Cadenza
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In our popular 'Cadenza' series, we present cadenzas of well-known instrumental concertos from the classical and romantic periods which were composed by outstanding composers and soloists of our time. The combination of historical music and contemporary additions results in extremely exciting musical moments.
In our latest volume, we publish for the first time the cadenza written by Paul Dessau in 1947 on Mozart's Piano Concerto K 467. One may only speculate for which occasion it was composed by Dessau. Before returning to Germany from the USA in 1948, he had written numerous little piano pieces, most of them for piano lessons. In addition, he had rewritten his early piano sonata completely. In this context, he also noted down the names of pianists such as Vladimir Horowitz, Bruno Eisner and Leon Fleisher with whom he was in touch, hoping for the performance of the sonata. Perhaps the cadenza too was created in this hope. We do not know if it was ever performed. But now, all pianists are given the chance to play it!
Année de composition: 1947
Clé : C-Dur
Difficulté: avancé
Durée de la performance: 3'0"
Maison d'édition: SCHOTT MUSIC GmbH & Co KG, Mainz (001)
Nombre de pages: 8
Séries: Cadenza