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1. Piano Quintet C minor

1. Piano Quintet C minor


  • Key: C minor
  • Instrumentation: 2 violins, viola, cello and piano
  • Edition: score and parts
  • Language: German • English • French
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Description
Within their genre, the two piano quintets by Franz Lachner (1803-1890), written in 1868 and 1869, mark the transition from the classic period to the romantic one. Our new editions of the works which had not been available for a long time contain an extensive preface in three languages in which the editor Jost Michaels -for many years professor for chamber music at the Detmold conservatory - compares those two quintets which Lachner composed as sisterly pieces complementing one another in juxtaposition. The two piano quintets are convincing on account of their excessive ideas - as far as contents and instrumentation are concerned, which prove Lachner to be not only one of the most cultivated composers in his generation, but also one of the most versatile and expert ones.
Details
Binding: Folder
Content text: Allegro
Più mosso
Andante pesante, quasi Adagio
Allegro
Allegro non troppo
ISMN: 979-0-011-40660-1
Key: C minor
Opus: op. 139
Publisher: Musikverlag Robert Lienau
Series: Kammermusik
Year of composition: 1868
page number: 152
Within their genre, the two piano quintets by Franz Lachner (1803-1890), written in 1868 and 1869, mark the transition from the classic period to the romantic one. Our new editions of the works which had not been available for a long time contain an extensive preface in three languages in which the editor Jost Michaels -for many years professor for chamber music at the Detmold conservatory - compares those two quintets which Lachner composed as sisterly pieces complementing one another in juxtaposition. The two piano quintets are convincing on account of their excessive ideas - as far as contents and instrumentation are concerned, which prove Lachner to be not only one of the most cultivated composers in his generation, but also one of the most versatile and expert ones.
Binding: Folder
Content text: Allegro
Più mosso
Andante pesante, quasi Adagio
Allegro
Allegro non troppo
ISMN: 979-0-011-40660-1
Key: C minor
Opus: op. 139
Publisher: Musikverlag Robert Lienau
Series: Kammermusik
Year of composition: 1868
page number: 152