Schumann, Concerto For Cello In A Min (Breitkopf)
Schumann, Concerto for Cello in A min (Breitkopf)
Schumann, Concerto for Cello in A min (Breitkopf) A key work of the romantic concerto repertoire Edition for violin and piano annotated by Robert Schumann Robert Schumann's Violincello Concerto Opus 129 can be regarded as the first great concerto in the cello repertoire. It is therefore difficult to comprehend why this work initally had such a problematic reception. He wrote is work in 1850, during his Dusseldorf years, but there was neither a suitable occasion nor a soloist to allow a world premiere. After the concerto was published, even more years went by before the work could have its world premiere. Toward the end of the 19th centuary Shumann's cello concerto finally found its place in the cello repertoire. This Urtext edition is based on the original print of the parts and the piano reduction had been supervised by Shumann. Additionally the autograph of the score was consulted for purposes of comparison.
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