Hoffmeister Concerto In D Major For Viola (Henle)

Hoffmeister Concerto In D Major For Viola (Henle)

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Hoffmeister's viola concerto is significant for auditions. Our piano reduction reconstructs the earliest textual layer, adding fingering and bowing marks by Kim Kashkashian and a critical commentary.

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Hoffmeister Concerto In D Major For Viola (Henle)

The viola concerto by Hoffmeister is one of the most significant pieces viola players use in their auditions. However, it has come down through a complex source tradition and exists only in a single contemporary manuscript covered with many markings. Our piano reduction is the first to reconstruct the earliest textual layer in this source, which helps us get as close as possible to Hoffmeister's original intentions. We've also added fingering and bowing marks by Kim Kashkashian, a renowned musician. Additionally, we've included a detailed critical commentary on the reconstructed original.

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Hoffmeister's Viola Concerto in D Major is a vital piece for viola concertos. It's popular due to the rarity of virtuosic viola concertos from the Classical period and the emergence of virtuoso violists in the early 20th century. It's often included in major auditions and competitions. This document provides violists with ways to perform this piece and other works from the Classical era.

Hoffmeister's Viola Concerto in D Major is published by G. Henle Verlag, Kunzelmann, Peters, Kalmus, International Music Company, H. L. Grahl, and Max Eschig. Kunzelmann has the full score and piano reduction, while the others have only piano reductions. Seven cadenzas are available, each with unique technical challenges.

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