One of program music's most important work: Its 32-year-old composer Paul Dukas called his best-known orchestral work “Scherzo after a Ballade by Goethe." The colorful orchestration of the ten-minute piece draws the listener down into the depths of Goethe's ballade: A tale of obedience and disobedience, of attempts at concealment, of destruction, but also of benevolence, clemency, and wisdom. This new edition is based on the Eulenburg pocket-score edition edited by Jean-Paul C. Montagnier. Offered here for the first time is the orchestral material for this score, re-engraved, as a sales edition.
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