Of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's flute concertos, the one in d minor is by far the best known, even though its authenticity has been repeatedly doubted. A version of the same concerto for harpsichord and orchestra is “genuine C.P.E." and this has always been regarded as the original version. An in-depth study of all source findings does, however, suggest that Bach composed the flute version first. Our editor, the flautist András Adorján, is thus able to present a musical text in which many transmission errors have been eliminated. The edition is rounded off by a preface from the C.P.E. Bach specialist Wolfram Enßlin.
Urtext edition edited by Andras Adorjan with Piano Reduction by Jan Philip Schulze, and a preface by Wolfram Ensslin.
(36 Pages + 15 Pages)
G Henle Verlag HN 1207
Concerto for Flute in D minor
Bach, CPE - Concerto for Flute in D minor (Flute and Piano Reduction)
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