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It seems rather that Bach thought of this work as an all-purpose piece, performable
in its entirety, in excerpts, or as a parody source for occasional works.
This peerless piece is theoretically performable
in various permutations of forces, but none can surpass its original version with 16 solo singers and orchestra.
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America" as a definable, performable
, musical product is achieved by blending multiculturalist ideas, about America as a melting pot, and assimilationist values of transformation and.
However, Niles was always interested in making his transcriptions performable
in a modern setting, more often than not providing accompaniments and melodic variations that sometimes made the songs into more his own compositions than into an accurate representation of his informants' performances.
In fact, as the director of this particular production, Reto Nickler, notes in an interview included with the DVD, that Schoenberg did not think the work performable
Other variables include: the ability to zoom in/out, the availability of different resolutions or sizes of the images, and the ability to print a performable
John Passion, Hans Bergmann's edition for Carus-Verlag of the version of the "Keiser" Passion presented by Bach at Weimar offers a performable
text of a composition as heard under Bach's direction, providing the means to develop more easily a fuller understanding of some of the musical conditions in which Bach worked.
Johannespassion: Passio secundum Joannem, Fassung II (1725), BWV 245/BC D 2b, fur Soli (SATBB), Chor (SATB), 2 Traversfloten, 2 Oboen/Oboen da caccia, Oboe d'amore, Viola da gamba, 2 Violinen, Viola und Basso continuo
Lewin insisted that his sketches be performable
(and, presumably, performed as part of the process of reading).
4), he has composed the two missing voices in order to make the piece performable
1552 [June 1972]: 609), and thus this new score is a pleasing addition to the growing number of performable
editions of Wesley's music.
Particularly significant is how the adaptation for performance in New France of motets by Andre Campra, Henry Du Mont, Michel-Richard de Lalande, and Nicolas Bernier, among others, explicates the process of reduction or transformation applied to these works to make them performable
by the necessarily reduced forces in the convents.
His reconstruction for the present edition served as the basis for a performable
version by the Russian composer Edison Denisov, which received a staged premiere by the Opera de Lyon conducted by Kent Nagano to celebrate the opening of a new theater in May 1993; from this production came a recording issued in 1995 (Musifrance 4509-98508-2, 2 CDs).
The intent is clearly to provide a workable, performable
version of each piece rather than a diplomatic facsimile of the original.