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George  Gershwin

Born: September 26th, 1898
Died: July 11th, 1937
Country of origin: United States of America
Upcoming :
Conductor: Eric Geneste
Orchestra: Orchestre Symphonique de Macon
2020-04-03 | Macon (France), Theatre — 20:30
Conductor: Eric Geneste
Orchestra: Orchestre Symphonique de Macon
2020-04-03 | Macon (France), Theatre — 20.30

George Gershwin was born in Brooklyn, New York, the second of four children from a close-knit Russian Jewish immigrant family. At the age of 16, the young George quit school and began his musical career as a song-plugger on New York's Tin Pan Alley. He was soon writing his own songs and his first published work "When You Want ‘Em, You Can't Get ‘Em", demonstrated innovative new songwriting techniques and earned him all of five dollars. Soon after, however, he met a young lyricist named Irving Ceaser and together they would compose a long list of popular songs including "Swanee," which scored Gershwin his first big national hit.

"Swanee" would be followed in short order by a series of nearly forty-five more songs; among them "Somebody Loves Me" and "Stairway to Paradise," as well as the twenty-five-minute opera, "Blue Monday." Composed in five days, "Blue Monday," though a work of Gershwin juvenilia, offered hints of great musical development to come.

Gershwin's first collaboration with his brother, lyricist Ira Gershwin, produced the Broadway hit "Lady Be Good" which included such standards as "Fascinating Rhythm" and "The Man I Love." It was the beginning of a partnership that would continue for the rest of the composer's life and would elevate the musical comedy to an American art form. Musicals including "Oh Kay!" and "Funny Face", starring Fred Astaire and his sister Adele, were created increasingly alongside more serious symphonic works as Gershwin aimed to make his mark in the concert world.

Gershwin's jazz-influenced Rhapsody in Blue for piano and orchestra premiered in New York's Aeolian Hall at a concert entitled "An Experiment in Music" when the composer was still in his twenties. It would prove to be his most popular symphonic work. Among those in attendance at the premiere were Jascha Heifitz, Fritz Kreisler, Leopold Stokowski, Serge Rachmaninov, and Igor Stravinsky. Gershwin followed this success with his Piano Concerto in F and the now legendary tone poem An American in Paris which he wrote during an extended stay in Paris. French music, in particular the composers Debussy and Ravel, would prove to have a lasting influence on Gershwin's classical music. Critics were often at a loss as to where to place Gershwin's classical music in the standard repertoire and some simply dismissed him, but the music always found favor with the general public. He was very soon widely acclaimed in the concert world as piano virtuoso, conductor and composer.

Back on Broadway, George and Ira Gershwin continued to experiment with novel ideas and their hit show Of Thee I Sing dealt pointedly with social issues of the time, becoming the first musical comedy to win the Pulitzer Prize. This feat was soon followed by the premiere of Gershwin's folk opera and most ambitious work to date Porgy and Bess which had only moderate success. Now recognized as one of the seminal works of American opera, it includes such timeless favorites as "It Ain't Necessarily So," "I Loves You, Porgy," and "Summertime."

Shortly after the premiere of Porgy and Bess, Gershwin moved to Hollywood to score a series of successful films but while there became ill. At the time of his premature death at the age of 38, Gershwin had plans to return to New York and was contemplating work on a new symphony, opera, and ballet. These compositions were not to be. Today he remains one of America's, indeed one of the world's, most beloved composers.

Conductor: Eric Geneste
Orchestra: Orchestre Symphonique de Macon
2020-04-03 | Macon (France), Theatre — 20:30
Conductor: Eric Geneste
Orchestra: Orchestre Symphonique de Macon
2020-04-03 | Macon (France), Theatre — 20.30
Conductor: Nigel Wilkinson
2020-04-04 | Burnley (United Kingdom), The Life Chrurch — 19.30
Conductor: Christophe Millet
Orchestra: Orchestre des Elèves du Conservatoire Angers
2020-04-04 | Angers (France), Conservatoire
Conductor: Edward Venn
Orchestra: York Symphony Orchestra
2020-04-04 | York (United Kingdom), Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall — 19.30
Conductor: Lee Merchant
Orchestra: Westbourne Orchestral Society
2020-04-04 | Westbourne (United Kingdom), St Ambrose Church — 19.30
Conductor: Leos Svárovský
Orchestra: Slovenska filharmonija (Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra)
2020-04-16 | Kosice (Slovakia), House of Art
Conductor: Kees van der Linden
Orchestra: Stanislas College
2020-04-18 | Delft (Netherlands), Maria van Jessekerk
Conductor: Eero Lehtimäki
Orchestra: Joensuun kaupunginorkesteri; Mikkelin kaupunginorkesteri
2020-04-22 | Mikkeli (Finland), Martti Talvela-sali — 19:00
Conductor: Eero Lehtimäki
Orchestra: Joensuun kaupunginorkesteri; Mikkelin kaupunginorkesteri
2020-04-23 | Joensuu (Finland), Carelia-sali — 19:00
Conductor: Joshua Gersen
Orchestra: Aalborg Symfoniorkester
2020-04-23 | Aalborg (Denmark), Musikkens Hus — 19:30
Conductor: Eitan Globerson
Orchestra: Muzička akademija Zagreb
2020-04-25 | Zagreb (Croatia), Concert Hall Vatroslav Lisinski
Conductor: Marcus Bosch
Orchestra: Hochschulsymphonieorchester der HfM München
2020-04-25 | München (Germany), Hochschule für Musik und Theater, Großer Konzertsaal
Conductor: Marcus Bosch
Orchestra: Hochschulsymphonieorchester der HfM München
2020-04-25 | München (Germany), Hochschule für Musik und Theater, Großer Konzertsaal
Conductor: Ernst Schelle
Orchestra: rchestre du Collège et des Jeunesses Musicales de St-Maurice
2020-04-26 | St.Maurice (Switzerland), Salle du Martolet — 17:00
Orchestra: Gents Universitair Symfonisch Orkest
2020-04-28 | Gent (Belgium), Capitole — 20:00
Orchestra: Gents Universitair Symfonisch Orkest
2020-04-28 | Gent (Belgium), Capitole — 20:00
Orchestra: Gents Universitair Symfonisch Orkest
2020-04-28 | Gent (Belgium), Capitole — 20:00
Conductor: Stuart Malina
Orchestra: The Florida Orchestra
2020-05-07 | St. Petersburg,FL (United States of America)
Conductor: Paul Hilliam
Orchestra: Rutland Sinfonia
2020-05-09 | Oudle (United Kingdom), St Peter's Church — 19.30
Conductor: Christopher Wasmuth
Orchestra: Sinfonieorchester Musikverein Glückauf
2020-05-14 | Ibbenbüren (Germany), Bürgerhalle — 20:00
Conductor: Christopher Wasmuth
Orchestra: Sinfonieorchester Musikverein Glückauf
2020-05-14 | Ibbenbüren (Germany), Bürgerhalle — 20:00
Conductor: Sarah Ioannides
Orchestra: Tacoma Symphony Orchestra
2020-05-23 | Tacoma,WA (United States of America), Pantages Theater
Orchestra: Edinburgh Symphony Orchestra
2020-05-30 | Edinburgh (United Kingdom), Greyfriars Kirk — 19.30
Conductor: Sir Simon Rattle
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-06 | London (United Kingdom), Barbican — 19.30
Conductor: Eugene Monteith
Orchestra: Bath Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-06 | Bradford-on-Avon (United Kingdom), Wiltshire Music Centre
Conductor: Sir Simon Rattle
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-06 | London (United Kingdom), Barbican — 19.30
Conductor: Eugene Monteith
Orchestra: Bath Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-06 | Bradford-on-Avon (United Kingdom), Wiltshire Music Centre
Conductor: Sir Simon Rattle
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-06 | London (United Kingdom), Barbican — 19.30
Conductor: Anne Kimber
Orchestra: Plymouth Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-17 | Plymouth (United Kingdom), Guildhall — 19.30
Conductor: Peter Davies
Orchestra: Oakham School Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-19 | Oakham (United Kingdom), Oakham School Chapel — 19.30
Orchestra: Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-19 | Birmingham (United Kingdom), Birmingham Symphony Hall — 19.30
Conductor: Robert Hodge
Orchestra: City of Cambridge Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-20 | Cambridge (United Kingdom), West Road Concert Hall — 19.30
Conductor: Sir Simon Rattle
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-28 | Aix-de-Provennce (France), Grand Theatre du Provence
Conductor: Sir Simon Rattle
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-28 | Aix-de-Provennce (France), Grand Theatre du Provence
Conductor: Sir Simon Rattle
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-28 | Aix-de-Provennce (France), Grand Theatre du Provence
Conductor: Andrew Parnell
Orchestra: Wymondham Symphony Orchestra
2020-07-04 | Norfolk (United Kingdom), Wymondham Abbey — 19.30
Conductor: Andrej Hermlin
Orchestra: Jugendsinfonieorchester Niederösterreich
2020-07-18 | Grafenegg (Austria), Wolkenturm — 20.00
Conductor: Owain Arwel Hall
Orchestra: Orchestra of the Welsh National orchestra
2020-07-25 | Cardiff (United Kingdom), St David's Hall
Conductor: Ben England
Orchestra: Nailsea Concert Orchestra
2020-07-25 | Bristol (United Kingdom), Concorde Museum — 19.30
Conductor: Manfred Honeck
Orchestra: Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
2020-08-28 | Grafenegg (Austria), Wolkenturm — 19.15
Conductor: Richard Balcombe
Orchestra: London Concert Orchestra
2020-09-20 | London (United Kingdom), Royal Festival Hall — 15.00
Orchestra: Symphonieorchester der Volksoper Wien
2020-10-01 | Solothurn (Switzerland), Konzertsaal
Orchestra: Symphonieorchester der Volksoper Wien
2020-10-01 | Solothurn (Switzerland), Konzertsaal
Conductor: John Wilson
Orchestra: Philharmonia Orchestra
2020-11-05 | London (United Kingdom), Royal Festival Hall — 19.30
Conductor: Russell Keable
Orchestra: Kensington Symphony Orchestra
2021-01-18 | London (United Kingdom), Royal Festival Hall — 19.30
Conductor: John Wilson
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
2021-01-21 | London (United Kingdom), Barbican Centre — 19.30
Conductor: Tim Johnson
Orchestra: Eton College Symphony Orchestra
2021-06-21 | Eton, Berkshire (United Kingdom), Eton College School Hall — 20.15

Gallery

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  1. Prelude No.2 in C sharp minor

    Prelude No.2 in C sharp minor

    from: 3 Preludes
    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Instrumentation : piano
    Order No. : ED 20573 Q55
    €1.99  *
  2. Rhapsody in Blue

    Rhapsody in Blue

    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Instrumentation : piano
    Order No. : ED 20764 Q7603
    €2.99  *
  3. Summertime

    Summertime

    from "Porgy And Bess"
    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    text writer : Gershwin, George
    Instrumentation : trumpet
    Edition : with appended piano part
    Language : englisch
    Order No. : ED 21320 Q13564
    €1.99  *
  4. Prelude No. 2

    Prelude No. 2

    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Editor : Birtel, Wolfgang
    Instrumentation : viola and piano
    Order No. : ED 21697 Q23115
    €2.99  *
  5. Short Story

    Short Story

    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Editor : Dushkin, Samuel
    Instrumentation : violin and piano
    Order No. : ED 20423 Q25666
    €2.99  *
  6. I Got Rhythm

    I Got Rhythm

    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Editor : Gerlitz, Carsten
    Instrumentation : piano
    Order No. : ED 20741 Q25710
    €2.99  *
  7. Prelude No. 2

    Prelude No. 2

    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Editor : Birtel, Wolfgang
    Instrumentation : violin and piano
    Order No. : ED 21563 Q40331
    €2.99  *
  8. 3 Preludes

    3 Preludes

    arranged for Organ after the Piano Pieces
    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Editor : Sach, Ralf
    Instrumentation : organ
    Order No. : ED 20587 Q7012
    €12.99  *
  9. Summertime

    Summertime

    from "Porgy and Bess"
    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Editor : Birtel, Wolfgang
    Instrumentation : string quartet (double bass ad libitum)
    Edition : score and parts
    Language : English - German
    Order No. : ED 20798 Q7171
    €17.99  *
  10. 3 Preludes

    3 Preludes

    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Editor : Birtel, Wolfgang
    Instrumentation : tenor saxophone in Bb and piano
    Order No. : ED 21487 Q21263
    €11.99  *

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Profile

George Gershwin was born in Brooklyn, New York, the second of four children from a close-knit Russian Jewish immigrant family. At the age of 16, the young George quit school and began his musical career as a song-plugger on New York's Tin Pan Alley. He was soon writing his own songs and his first published work "When You Want ‘Em, You Can't Get ‘Em", demonstrated innovative new songwriting techniques and earned him all of five dollars. Soon after, however, he met a young lyricist named Irving Ceaser and together they would compose a long list of popular songs including "Swanee," which scored Gershwin his first big national hit.

"Swanee" would be followed in short order by a series of nearly forty-five more songs; among them "Somebody Loves Me" and "Stairway to Paradise," as well as the twenty-five-minute opera, "Blue Monday." Composed in five days, "Blue Monday," though a work of Gershwin juvenilia, offered hints of great musical development to come.

Gershwin's first collaboration with his brother, lyricist Ira Gershwin, produced the Broadway hit "Lady Be Good" which included such standards as "Fascinating Rhythm" and "The Man I Love." It was the beginning of a partnership that would continue for the rest of the composer's life and would elevate the musical comedy to an American art form. Musicals including "Oh Kay!" and "Funny Face", starring Fred Astaire and his sister Adele, were created increasingly alongside more serious symphonic works as Gershwin aimed to make his mark in the concert world.

Gershwin's jazz-influenced Rhapsody in Blue for piano and orchestra premiered in New York's Aeolian Hall at a concert entitled "An Experiment in Music" when the composer was still in his twenties. It would prove to be his most popular symphonic work. Among those in attendance at the premiere were Jascha Heifitz, Fritz Kreisler, Leopold Stokowski, Serge Rachmaninov, and Igor Stravinsky. Gershwin followed this success with his Piano Concerto in F and the now legendary tone poem An American in Paris which he wrote during an extended stay in Paris. French music, in particular the composers Debussy and Ravel, would prove to have a lasting influence on Gershwin's classical music. Critics were often at a loss as to where to place Gershwin's classical music in the standard repertoire and some simply dismissed him, but the music always found favor with the general public. He was very soon widely acclaimed in the concert world as piano virtuoso, conductor and composer.

Back on Broadway, George and Ira Gershwin continued to experiment with novel ideas and their hit show Of Thee I Sing dealt pointedly with social issues of the time, becoming the first musical comedy to win the Pulitzer Prize. This feat was soon followed by the premiere of Gershwin's folk opera and most ambitious work to date Porgy and Bess which had only moderate success. Now recognized as one of the seminal works of American opera, it includes such timeless favorites as "It Ain't Necessarily So," "I Loves You, Porgy," and "Summertime."

Shortly after the premiere of Porgy and Bess, Gershwin moved to Hollywood to score a series of successful films but while there became ill. At the time of his premature death at the age of 38, Gershwin had plans to return to New York and was contemplating work on a new symphony, opera, and ballet. These compositions were not to be. Today he remains one of America's, indeed one of the world's, most beloved composers.

Works
Performances
Conductor: Eric Geneste
Orchestra: Orchestre Symphonique de Macon
2020-04-03 | Macon (France), Theatre — 20:30
Conductor: Eric Geneste
Orchestra: Orchestre Symphonique de Macon
2020-04-03 | Macon (France), Theatre — 20.30
Conductor: Nigel Wilkinson
2020-04-04 | Burnley (United Kingdom), The Life Chrurch — 19.30
Conductor: Christophe Millet
Orchestra: Orchestre des Elèves du Conservatoire Angers
2020-04-04 | Angers (France), Conservatoire
Conductor: Edward Venn
Orchestra: York Symphony Orchestra
2020-04-04 | York (United Kingdom), Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall — 19.30
Conductor: Lee Merchant
Orchestra: Westbourne Orchestral Society
2020-04-04 | Westbourne (United Kingdom), St Ambrose Church — 19.30
Conductor: Leos Svárovský
Orchestra: Slovenska filharmonija (Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra)
2020-04-16 | Kosice (Slovakia), House of Art
Conductor: Kees van der Linden
Orchestra: Stanislas College
2020-04-18 | Delft (Netherlands), Maria van Jessekerk
Conductor: Eero Lehtimäki
Orchestra: Joensuun kaupunginorkesteri; Mikkelin kaupunginorkesteri
2020-04-22 | Mikkeli (Finland), Martti Talvela-sali — 19:00
Conductor: Eero Lehtimäki
Orchestra: Joensuun kaupunginorkesteri; Mikkelin kaupunginorkesteri
2020-04-23 | Joensuu (Finland), Carelia-sali — 19:00
Conductor: Joshua Gersen
Orchestra: Aalborg Symfoniorkester
2020-04-23 | Aalborg (Denmark), Musikkens Hus — 19:30
Conductor: Eitan Globerson
Orchestra: Muzička akademija Zagreb
2020-04-25 | Zagreb (Croatia), Concert Hall Vatroslav Lisinski
Conductor: Marcus Bosch
Orchestra: Hochschulsymphonieorchester der HfM München
2020-04-25 | München (Germany), Hochschule für Musik und Theater, Großer Konzertsaal
Conductor: Marcus Bosch
Orchestra: Hochschulsymphonieorchester der HfM München
2020-04-25 | München (Germany), Hochschule für Musik und Theater, Großer Konzertsaal
Conductor: Ernst Schelle
Orchestra: rchestre du Collège et des Jeunesses Musicales de St-Maurice
2020-04-26 | St.Maurice (Switzerland), Salle du Martolet — 17:00
Orchestra: Gents Universitair Symfonisch Orkest
2020-04-28 | Gent (Belgium), Capitole — 20:00
Orchestra: Gents Universitair Symfonisch Orkest
2020-04-28 | Gent (Belgium), Capitole — 20:00
Orchestra: Gents Universitair Symfonisch Orkest
2020-04-28 | Gent (Belgium), Capitole — 20:00
Conductor: Stuart Malina
Orchestra: The Florida Orchestra
2020-05-07 | St. Petersburg,FL (United States of America)
Conductor: Paul Hilliam
Orchestra: Rutland Sinfonia
2020-05-09 | Oudle (United Kingdom), St Peter's Church — 19.30
Conductor: Christopher Wasmuth
Orchestra: Sinfonieorchester Musikverein Glückauf
2020-05-14 | Ibbenbüren (Germany), Bürgerhalle — 20:00
Conductor: Christopher Wasmuth
Orchestra: Sinfonieorchester Musikverein Glückauf
2020-05-14 | Ibbenbüren (Germany), Bürgerhalle — 20:00
Conductor: Sarah Ioannides
Orchestra: Tacoma Symphony Orchestra
2020-05-23 | Tacoma,WA (United States of America), Pantages Theater
Orchestra: Edinburgh Symphony Orchestra
2020-05-30 | Edinburgh (United Kingdom), Greyfriars Kirk — 19.30
Conductor: Sir Simon Rattle
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-06 | London (United Kingdom), Barbican — 19.30
Conductor: Eugene Monteith
Orchestra: Bath Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-06 | Bradford-on-Avon (United Kingdom), Wiltshire Music Centre
Conductor: Sir Simon Rattle
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-06 | London (United Kingdom), Barbican — 19.30
Conductor: Eugene Monteith
Orchestra: Bath Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-06 | Bradford-on-Avon (United Kingdom), Wiltshire Music Centre
Conductor: Sir Simon Rattle
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-06 | London (United Kingdom), Barbican — 19.30
Conductor: Anne Kimber
Orchestra: Plymouth Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-17 | Plymouth (United Kingdom), Guildhall — 19.30
Conductor: Peter Davies
Orchestra: Oakham School Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-19 | Oakham (United Kingdom), Oakham School Chapel — 19.30
Orchestra: Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-19 | Birmingham (United Kingdom), Birmingham Symphony Hall — 19.30
Conductor: Robert Hodge
Orchestra: City of Cambridge Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-20 | Cambridge (United Kingdom), West Road Concert Hall — 19.30
Conductor: Sir Simon Rattle
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-28 | Aix-de-Provennce (France), Grand Theatre du Provence
Conductor: Sir Simon Rattle
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-28 | Aix-de-Provennce (France), Grand Theatre du Provence
Conductor: Sir Simon Rattle
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
2020-06-28 | Aix-de-Provennce (France), Grand Theatre du Provence
Conductor: Andrew Parnell
Orchestra: Wymondham Symphony Orchestra
2020-07-04 | Norfolk (United Kingdom), Wymondham Abbey — 19.30
Conductor: Andrej Hermlin
Orchestra: Jugendsinfonieorchester Niederösterreich
2020-07-18 | Grafenegg (Austria), Wolkenturm — 20.00
Conductor: Owain Arwel Hall
Orchestra: Orchestra of the Welsh National orchestra
2020-07-25 | Cardiff (United Kingdom), St David's Hall
Conductor: Ben England
Orchestra: Nailsea Concert Orchestra
2020-07-25 | Bristol (United Kingdom), Concorde Museum — 19.30
Conductor: Manfred Honeck
Orchestra: Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
2020-08-28 | Grafenegg (Austria), Wolkenturm — 19.15
Conductor: Richard Balcombe
Orchestra: London Concert Orchestra
2020-09-20 | London (United Kingdom), Royal Festival Hall — 15.00
Orchestra: Symphonieorchester der Volksoper Wien
2020-10-01 | Solothurn (Switzerland), Konzertsaal
Orchestra: Symphonieorchester der Volksoper Wien
2020-10-01 | Solothurn (Switzerland), Konzertsaal
Conductor: John Wilson
Orchestra: Philharmonia Orchestra
2020-11-05 | London (United Kingdom), Royal Festival Hall — 19.30
Conductor: Russell Keable
Orchestra: Kensington Symphony Orchestra
2021-01-18 | London (United Kingdom), Royal Festival Hall — 19.30
Conductor: John Wilson
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
2021-01-21 | London (United Kingdom), Barbican Centre — 19.30
Conductor: Tim Johnson
Orchestra: Eton College Symphony Orchestra
2021-06-21 | Eton, Berkshire (United Kingdom), Eton College School Hall — 20.15
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Products

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  1. Prelude No.2 in C sharp minor

    Prelude No.2 in C sharp minor

    from: 3 Preludes
    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Instrumentation : piano
    Order No. : ED 20573 Q55
    €1.99  *
  2. Rhapsody in Blue

    Rhapsody in Blue

    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Instrumentation : piano
    Order No. : ED 20764 Q7603
    €2.99  *
  3. Summertime

    Summertime

    from "Porgy And Bess"
    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    text writer : Gershwin, George
    Instrumentation : trumpet
    Edition : with appended piano part
    Language : englisch
    Order No. : ED 21320 Q13564
    €1.99  *
  4. Prelude No. 2

    Prelude No. 2

    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Editor : Birtel, Wolfgang
    Instrumentation : viola and piano
    Order No. : ED 21697 Q23115
    €2.99  *
  5. Short Story

    Short Story

    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Editor : Dushkin, Samuel
    Instrumentation : violin and piano
    Order No. : ED 20423 Q25666
    €2.99  *
  6. I Got Rhythm

    I Got Rhythm

    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Editor : Gerlitz, Carsten
    Instrumentation : piano
    Order No. : ED 20741 Q25710
    €2.99  *
  7. Prelude No. 2

    Prelude No. 2

    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Editor : Birtel, Wolfgang
    Instrumentation : violin and piano
    Order No. : ED 21563 Q40331
    €2.99  *
  8. 3 Preludes

    3 Preludes

    arranged for Organ after the Piano Pieces
    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Editor : Sach, Ralf
    Instrumentation : organ
    Order No. : ED 20587 Q7012
    €12.99  *
  9. Summertime

    Summertime

    from "Porgy and Bess"
    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Editor : Birtel, Wolfgang
    Instrumentation : string quartet (double bass ad libitum)
    Edition : score and parts
    Language : English - German
    Order No. : ED 20798 Q7171
    €17.99  *
  10. 3 Preludes

    3 Preludes

    Download Edition
    Composer : Gershwin, George
    Editor : Birtel, Wolfgang
    Instrumentation : tenor saxophone in Bb and piano
    Order No. : ED 21487 Q21263
    €11.99  *

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