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BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van, 1770-1827

[Missa Solemnis, orch, chorus, op.123] Missa Solemnnis Op. 123. Facsimile of the Autograph Score in the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin—Preußischer Kulturbesitz. With a commentary by Hans-Joachim Hinrichsen and Martina Rebmann.
Documenta Musicologica, II/51. Kassel, 2016. Oblong, 45 x 40 cm, 351, 27 pp. Deluxe 4-color facsimile of the autograph working score. William Drakbin describes the genesis of the mass as “the longest, most arduous struggle in Beethoven’s career as an artist”, with equally complex history of its sale to B. Schott after years of calculating with other publishers. 4 of the 5 movements of the Missa Solemnis survive today, the Kyrie, 50 pp in upright format, and the last three movements, Credo, Agnus and Sanctus, 286 pp in oblong format. The Gloria unfortunately disappeared soon after Beethoven’s death. Deluxe edition with leather spine. $718 (more info... ) [item no.9506]


[Concerto, piano, orch, no.5, op.73, “Emperor”, Eb major] Konzert für Klavier und Orchester Es-Dur Opus 73. Faksimile nach dem Autograph in der Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin Preußischer Kulturbesitz. Mit einem Kommentar herausgegeben von Hartmut Hein und einem Vorwort von Alfred Brendel. [Mus. ms. autogr. Beethoven 15].
Meisterwerke der Musik im Faksimile, 7. Laaber, 2005. Oblong, 32 x 24 cm, xxiv, 240 pp. Facsimile, in full-color, of the autograph manuscript preseved in the State Library, Berlin. Beethoven called his last piano concerto, written in the same key as the Eroica, E-flat major, “a grand concerto”. It was influenced by the political and social events of the time, originally intended as the people’s call to arms against Napoleon. Beethoven’s 1809 autograph score documents not only the compositional process of the work written over a period of more than a year, but also provides a fascinating biographical testimony, as it was in the same year, sadly, that the composer had to discontinue his own public performances as a pianist due to his ever worsening deafness. This tragic break in his performing career caused him to develop a much more detailed autograph of the Fifth Piano Concerto than those of his earlier works. Clothbound. $484 (more info... ) [item no.8446]


[Quartet, strings, op.59, 1st ed.] Trois quatuors pour deux violons, alto et violoncello. Œeuvre 59me [The “Rasumovsky” Quartets]. [private collection].
Performers’ Facsimiles, 280. New York, [2011]. 27 x 35 cm, 4 partbooks, c.136 pp. Line-cut of Vienna [1808] edition (Au Bureau des arts et d'industrie A.' Pesth chez Schreyvogel & Comp. plate nos. 580.584.585). Wrappers. $50 [item no.9215]


[Quartet, strings, op.132, no.15, A minor] Streichquartett a-moll op.132. Vollständige Faksimileausgabe der Handschrift Mus. ms. autogr. Beethoven Mend.-Stift. 11 der Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin—Preußischer Kulturbesitz. Vorwort von András Schiff, Einleitung von Ernst Herttrich.
[Henle Music Facsimiles, 22]. Munich, 2011. Oblong, 35 x 29 cm, 168, xxiv pp. Beautiful 4-color halftone. The heart of Beethoven’s Quartet op. 132 is the “Holy song of thanksgiving”, in which Beethoven takes up old counterpoint techniques and Gregorian simplicity. In this unusually beautiful and well preserved manuscript, Beethoven generously makes the most of the space on its pages. The lavish 4-color printing allows the composer’s occasionally unconventional manner of notation to come to life. It permits a unique insight into the creative process, which continued after it had been written down in the form of multiple additions and changes. The edition is rounded off with a preface by the pianist András Schiff, with his generous support this valuable facsimile was made possible. Hardbound. $190 (more info... ) [item no.9189]


[Romance, violin, orch, op.50, F major] Romanze für Violine & Orchester F-Dur op.50. Faksimile nach dem Autograph der Library of Congress in Washington. Mit einer Einleitung von Stefan Drees.
Meisterwerke der Musik im Faksimile, 20. Laaber, 2011. Oblong, 32 x 24 cm, xvi, 32 pp. Facsimile, in full-color, of the autograph fair copy, dated by different authorities as either 1798 of 1802. Introduction in Ger-Eng. Hardbound with decorative paper boards. $104 (more info... ) [item no.9264]


[Sonata, piano, no.8, op.13, C minor] Grandes sonates pathétique pour le clavecin ou le piano forte. Œuvre 13.
Collection FacsiMusic. Courlay, 2008. Oblong 30 x 21 cm, 24 pp. Line-cut of the Joseph Eder edition, Vienna, 1799. Wrappers. $16 [item no.9035]


[Sonata, piano, no.23, op.57, F minor] Klaviersonate “Appassionata” f-moll op.57. Faksimile nach dem Autograph der Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris. Mit einer Einleitung von Wolfram Steinbeck.
Meisterwerke der Musik im Faksimile, 21. Laaber, 2011. Oblong, 32 x 24 cm, xxiv, 48 pp. Full-color halftone of the composer’s autograph (1805-1806), a fair copy with numerous corrections. The autograph contains a fascinating note written by Paul Bigot (husband of the pianist Marie Bigot) which sheds light on the provenance of the ms: "During the journey, he [Beethoven] was surprised by a storm and driving rain, which soaked through the case in which he carried the Sonata in F minor which he had just composed. Following his arrival in Vienna he visited us and, laughing, showed the still wet composition to my wife, who took a closer look at it. Moved by the surprising beginning she sat down at the piano and begin to play it. Beethoven had not expected this and was surprised to see how Mad. Bigot did not let herself be stopped for a moment by the many erasures and changes which he had made. It was the original which he was in the process of taking to the publisher so that it could be engraved. When Mad. Bigot had played it and asked him to give it to her, he agreed and faithfully brought it back for her once it had been engraved". The autograph passed from the Bigot family to the Conservatoire de Musique, and then to the BN in Paris. Introduction in Ger-Eng. Hardbound with handsome paper boards. $116 (more info... ) [item no.9265]


[Sonata, piano, no.30, op.109, E major] Klaviersonate E-Dur op.109. Faksimile nach dem Autograph der Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Mit einem Kommentar von Siegfried Mauser.
Meisterwerke der Musik im Faksimile, 14. Laaber, 2011. Oblong, 31 x 24 cm, xv, 40 pp. Facsimile, in full-color, of the autograph fair copy manuscript (with corrections) entitled “Sonate für das Hammerklavier” and dedicated to his friend Antoine Brentano, also the dedicatee of the Piano Trio WoO 39. This is the first sonata—completed in the fall of 1820—of a trilogy (op.109, 110 & 111) promised to the publisher Schlesinger with operations in Paris and Berlin. Introduction in Ger-Eng. Hardbound with decorative paper boards. $98 (more info... ) [item no.9090]


[Sonata, piano, no.31, op.110, Ab major] Klaviersonate As-Dur op.110. Faksimile nach dem Autograph der Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin Preußischer Kulturbesitz. Mit einem Kommentar von Siegfried Mauser.
Meisterwerke der Musik im Faksimile, 15. Laaber, 2011. Oblong, 32 x 24 cm, xx, 58 pp. Full-color halftone of the composer’s autograph—simultaneously a fair and working copy—completed on Dec. 25, 1821. Although the last piano sonatas op.109, 110 and 111 were planned as a trilogy and offered to the publisher Schlesinger, their composition was not continuous, and it is op.110 that has certain unmistakable links with the Missa Solemnis composed at the same time (sketches of op.110 can be found alongside those of the Credo, the Agnus dei & Dona nobis pacem of the Mass). The sonata was ultimately published by Schlesinger in September of 1822. Introduction in Ger/Eng. Hardbound with handsome boards in grey patterned paper. $132 (more info... ) [item no.9091]


[Sonata, piano, no.32, op.111, C minor] Klaviersonate c-Moll op. 111. Das Faksimile Faksimile nach dem Autograph der Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin Preußischer Kulturbesitz. Mit einem Kommentar von Siegfried Mauser.
Meisterwerke der Musik im Faksimile, 16. Laaber, 2011. Oblong, 32 x 24 cm, xv, 42 pp. Facsimile, in full-color, of the autograph manuscript completed in the spring of 1822. Compared to the previous sonatas of the trilogy (op.109, 110 & 111), op.111 had a rather long correction and printing period. After the Schlesinger (son & father) editions appeared in Paris and Berlin respectively Beethoven angrily had the Viennese publisher Diabelli issue a corrected reprint. Introduction in Ger-Eng. Hardbound with decorative paper boards. $98 (more info... ) [item no.9092]


[Sonata, violoncello, piano, op.69, A major] Sonate für Violoncello und Klavier op.69, 1. Satz. Faksimile des Autographs NE 179 im Beethoven-Haus Bonn kommentiert und herausgegeben von Jens Dufner und Lewis Lockwood / Sonata for Violoncello and Piano Op.69, 1. Movement. Facsimile of Autograph NE179 in the Beethoven-Haus Bonn. Edited and with a Commentary by Jens Dufner and Lewis Lockwood. [Beethoven-Haus, Bonn, formerly private library of Felix Salzer, New York].
Veröffentlichungen des Beethoven-Hauses, III/20. Bonn, 2015. Oblong, 36 x 28 cm, 18 facs, 36 pp. (reissue of Veröffentlichungen des Beethoven-Hauses, Band III/7, with expanded commentary). Beautiful 4-color halftone of the first movt. This outstanding new full-color facsimile shows many details that can not be seen in the old black-and-white reproduction. Together with a reconstruction of the 1st version and commentary in Ger-Eng. Wrappers, in decorative paper. $70 (more info... ) [item no.9436]


[Symphony, no.5, op.67, C minor, 1st ed.] [Fifth Symphony] Sinfonie pour 2 violons, 2 violes, violoncelle e contre-violon; 2 flûtes, petite flûte, 2 hautbois, 2 clarinetts, 2 bassons, contre-basson, 2 cors, 2 trompettes, timbales et 3 tromps. No 5 des Sinfonies. Oeuv.67. [Nederlands Muziek Instituut, The Hague].
Performers’ Facsimiles, 300. New York, [2011]. 27 x 35 cm, 23 partbooks, 134 pp. Line-cut of the Breitkopf & Härtel edition, pl. no. 1329, Leipzig, 1809. $95 [item no.9231]


[Symphony, no.9, op.125, D minor] Sinfonie No.9 op.125. Autograph. Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin—Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Beethoven-Haus Bonn, Bibliothèque National de France. Commentary by / Kommentar von: Lewis Lockwood, Jonathan Del Mar, Martina Rebmann.
Documenta Musicologica, II/42. Kassel, 2010. 37 x 40 cm, viii, 436, 42 pp. Full-color facsimile of the autograph fair copy in the original format. With his Ninth Symphony Beethoven ventured into new musical dimensions. In the final movement soloists and chorus join forces with the orchestra and Schiller’s “Ode to Joy” becomes a global aspiration, a declaration: “Alle Menschen werden Brüder” (all mankind becomes brothers). In his commentary the Beethoven scholar Lewis Lockwood describes the plea which Beethoven wanted to deliver at that time with this work and how views of this have changed over the centuries. Jonathan Del Mar, editor of Beethoven’s works, comments on noteworthy passages in the autograph manuscript and allows the reader to share in the composer’s working process. Already the large-format paper which Beethoven used for some passages makes the large forces clear. Cuts, sometimes reversed later, show how he wrestled with the final version of the musical text and refined it right down to the last detail. The history of the autograph manuscript reflects an episode in German history: after storage in various places because of the war, the major parts were returned to Berlin but were initially divided by the Berlin Wall and only reunited in 1990. Martina Rebmann, director of the Music Department at the Staatsbibliothek in Berlin traces this story. For the first time the facsimile present all the parts of the manuscript including pages preserved in Bonn and Paris as well as the trombone and contrabassoon parts. Hardbound, with decorative paper and linen spine. Commentary in Eng-Ger-Jap. Special OMI price. $940 (more info... ) [item no.9177]


[Variations, piano, on a waltz, op.120] 33 Veränderungen C-Dur über einen Walzer von Anton Diabelli für Klavier op.120 / 33 Variations in C major on a Waltz by Anton Diabelli for piano op 120.
Veröffentlichungen des Beethoven-Hauses, III/19. Bonn, 2010. Oblong, 35 x 24 cm, 92, 72, c.30 pp Color facsimile of the autograph working copy and the first edition (Vienna, 1823), based on the exemplar that preserves Beethoven’s handwritten dedication to Prince Lobkowitz. The Beethoven-Haus in Bonn acquired Beethoven’s working manuscript of this last great piano work and his most important cycle of variation in 2009, made possible through an unprecedented joint effort of noted artists and numerous public and private sponsors. The Diabelli Variations op.120 are in many respects extraordinary. The facsimile edition makes this important Beethoven autograph—formerly in private hands—accessible to musicians, scholars and music lovers. This unique autograph comprises 86 handwritten pages. Following the leaf with the prescribed Diabelli theme, it contains the complete cycle of 33 variations, and includes several inserted leaves. Beethoven’s compositional process can be recognized by means of the intensive corrections, the far-reaching conceptional alterations and editorial details down to the finest nuance. Introduction (Ger-Eng) by Kurt Masur, with contributions by William Kinderman, Michael Ladenburger and Bernard R. Appel. Hardbound. $215 (more info... ) [item no.9187]


[sketchbook, “Artaria 197”] A Sketchbook from the Year 1821 (Artaria 197). Sketches for the Agnus Dei and other Movements of the “Missa solemnis”, the Piano Sonata Op.110 and Op.111, and the Canon WoO 182. Edited by William Drabkin. Vol. I: Facsimile; Vol. II: Transcription and Commentary.
Veröffentlichungen des Beethoven-Hauses in Bonn, I/37. Bonn, 2010. Oblong, 4º, 2 vols, 96, 100 pp. Color halftone. The sketchbook, well known under the name Artaria 197, has been edited and published for the first time in a complete historical-critical edition by the Beethoven expert William Drabkin. The sketchbook used by Beethoven in 1821 contains drafts of music for prominent later works: to the Missa solemnis and the final two piano sonatas, as well as many hitherto unknown sketches. The edition has been published in English. Linen. $279 (more info... ) [item no.9145]


[sketchbooks, composition studies with Haydn, Albrechtsberger, Salieri] Kompositionsstudien bei Joseph Haydn, Johann Georg Albrechtsberger und Anton Salieri. Herausgegeben von Julia Ronge. 1. Transkriptionen; 2. Kritischer Bericht; 3. Reproduktionen der Handschriften.
Beethoven Werke, XIII/1. Munich, 2014. Oblong, 31 x 27 cm, 3 vols, xv, 307; 93; 201 pp. When Beethoven moved to Vienna in 1792, almost immediately, and likely pre-arranged, he started composition studies with Haydn, who had been freed from his post with the Esterhazys and was now living in Vienna. The studies—exercises in free counterpoint but also concerned with the conception of a piece, movement structure, proportions of the various parts and the art of “sketching”—lasted until 1794 when his teacher recommended additional studies with Albrechtsberger; with him Beethoven acquired a wide range of technical and compositional tools building on the earlier study. In 1801 Beethoven then turned to Salieri to learn the technique of setting primarily Italian texts to music, an area not covered in the preceding studies. The present volume reproduces for the first time the surviving manuscripts that record those studies. These are remarkable witnesses showing Beethoven under the watchful eyes of his teachers with illuminating comments, corrections or alternative passages. Facsimile, transcription and commentary, 3 volumes, linen bound. $833 (more info... ) [item no.9393]


[sketchbook, “Grasnick 5”] Grasnick 5: Beethoven’s Pocket Sketchbook for the Agnus dei of the Missa Solemnis, Opus 123. [Facsimile Edition] Transcribed, Edited, and with a Commentary by Patrizia Metzler and Fred Stoltzfus. [Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin].
Beethoven Sketchbook Series, [3]. Champaign, 2016. Oblong, 38 x 28 cm, 144 pp. Color facsimile of a pocket sketchbook acquired by the Berlin Royal Library in 1879 as part of the holdings of Friedrich August Grasnick, a gentleman scholar & music collector. Long neglected in scholarship, the so-called Grasnick 5 documents reveal Beethoven working out concepts and ideas, offering fascinating insights into his creative method. This critical edition, the third in the Beethoven Sketchbook Series, offers a facsimile and transcription, spread out side by side, of the contents of the stitched pocket sketchbook started by the 50-year-old master during the summer of 1820. At the time, Beethoven labored over the Missa solemnis, Opus 123. The sketchbook's pages yield the entire record of his early ideas on the Agnus Dei of that work as well as a sketch for part of the Benedictus. Includes 5 pages from Artaria 205, also in side-by-side facsimile-transcription layout. Clothbound. $95 (more info... ) [item no.9490]


[sketchbook, “Landsberg 6”] Beethoven’s “Eroica” Sketchbook. A Critical Edition. Transcribed, Edited, and with a Commentary by Lewis Lockwood and Alan Gosman. Volume 1: Facsimile; Volume 2: Transcription, Commentary, Inventory.
Beethoven Sketchbook Series, [2]. Champaign, 2013. 4˚, 2 vols. Complete halftone reproduction and critical edition of the MS, currently in Kraków at the Biblioteka Jagiellońska (formerly Berlin, Staatsbibliothek, Mus. ms. aut. Beethoven Landsberg 6). Once known as “Notierungsbuch E”, Landsberg 6 is perhaps Beethoven’s most famous sketchbook due in part to Nottebohm’s 1880 monograph on this source. This sketchbook documents Beethoven's creative work from sometime late in 1802 until early in 1804, a transformative period in his artistic career. The most significant sketches are those for the “Eroica” Symphony, op.55, the “Waldstein” Sonata, op.53, and for the first five numbers of the opera Leonore as produced in 1805 (later revised and renamed Fidelio). Hardbound. $200 (more info... ) [item no.9266]


[Appel, Bernhard R. & Julia Ronge] Beethoven liest. Herausgegeben von Bernhard R. Appel und Julia Ronge.
Veröffentlichungen des Beethoven-Hauses, IV/28. Bonn, 2016. 8˚, 333 pp. Hardbound. $76 [item no.6808]


[Appel, Bernhard, et al] Beethoven und der Wiener Kongress (1814/15). Bericht über die vierte New Beethoven Research Conference Bonn, 10. bis 12. September 2014.
Veröffentlichungen des Beethoven-Hauses, IV/26. Bonn, 2016. 8˚, 334 pp. Hardbound. $76 [item no.6803]


[Appel, Bernhard, et al] Widmung bei Haydn und Beethoven. Personen—Strategien—Praktiken. Bericht über den Internationalen musikwissenschaftlichen Kongress Bonn, 29. September bis 1. Oktober 2011.
Veröffentlichungen des Beethoven-Hauses, IV/25. Bonn, 2015. 8˚, 343 pp. Hardbound. $94 [item no.6790]


Bettermann, Silke. Beethoven im Bild. Die Darstellung des Komponisten in der bildenden Kunst vom 18. bis zum 21. Jahrhundert. Bonn, 2012.
Bonn, 2012. 8°, 416 pp. Comprehensive overview of the encounter between visual artists and Beethoven, ranging from early authentic portraits to modern contemporary interpretations. Includes various genres, painting, graphic art, sculpture, memorial art, medals as well as performance art. With 235 illustrations. Hardbound. $135 (more info... ) [item no.9298]


Bonner Beethoven-Studien, Band 4. Herausgegeben von Ernst Herttrich.
Veröffentlichungen des Beethoven-Hauses, V/4. Bonn, 2005. 8˚, 221 pp. Eva Badura-Skoda: Conrad Grafs Beethoven-Flügel aus Baden bei Wien. Neue Forschungsergebnisse; James F. Green: The New Hess Catalog of Beethoven's Work; James F. Green: Beethoven and Jefferson: Did they meet? Beate Angelika Kraus: L'homme et l'oeuvre? Der französische Beethoven; Hans-Werner Küthen: Wer schrieb den Endtext des Violinkonzerts op.61 von Beethoven? Franz Alexander Pössinger als letzte Instanz für den Komponisten? Helga Lühning: Über die unendlichen Augenblicke im Fidelio; Klaus Jürgen Sachs: Beethovens “Lebewohl” für Erzherzog Rudolph. Zum Kopfsatz der Klaviersonate Es-Dur, op.81a, Les Adieux; Rita Steblin: Reminiscences of Beethoven in Anton Gräffer's unpublished memoirs. A legacy of the Viennese Biography Project of 1827; Jos van der Zanden: Ferdinand Ries in Wien. Neue Perspektiven zu den “Notizen”. Wrappers. $44 [item no.6580]


Bonner Beethoven-Studien, Band 5. Herausgegeben von Ernst Herttrich.
Veröffentlichungen des Beethoven-Hauses, V/5. Bonn, 2006. 8˚, 221 pp. Luigi Bellafatto: Alexander Wheeloock Thayer. Neue Quellen zu Person und Werk; Sieghard Brandenburg: Sammeln und Bewahren - Edieren und Auswerten. Aus der Gründerzeit des Beethoven-Archivs; Andrea Gottdang: Von der Eroica zur Chorphantasie. Moritz von Schwinds “Symphonie”; Grita Herre: Ein frühes Stammbuchblatt Beethovens; Wolfram Klinger: Das Rätsel von Beethovens Gehörleiden. Eine Krankengeschichte; Klaus Martin Kopitz: Beethoven und die Zarenfamilie. Bekanntes und Unbekanntes zur Akademie vom 29. November 1814 sowie zur Polonaise op.89; Emil Platen: Kleine Anmerkung zur Großen Fuge; Katherine R. Syer: The Peculiar Hybrid: The Structure and Chronology of the “Eroica” Sketchbook (Landsberg 6); Franz Wirth: Zur Diskussion gestellt. Anklänge an Beethovens 9. Symphonie in Schuberts C-Dur-Symphonie D 944. Wrappers. $45 [item no.6621]


Bonner Beethoven-Studien, Band 6. Herausgegeben von Bernhard R. Appel.
Veröffentlichungen des Beethoven-Hauses, V/5. Bonn, 2007. 8˚, 213 pp. Luigi Bellofatto: Beethovens letzte Lebensstunden und das Schwarzspanierhaus. Einige neue Erkenntnisse aus dem Nachlass von Alexander Wheelock Thayer; Helmut Hell: Textgebundenheit in den instrumentalen Stücken von Beethovens Egmont-Musik; Hans-Joachim Hinrichsen: Pathos und Selbstbehauptung. Beethovens Grande Sonate pathétique op. 13 und der Kunstdiskurs am Anfang des 18. Jahrhunderts; Klaus Martin Kopitz: Ein unbekanntes Gesuch Beethovens an Kaiser Franz I. Arnold Pistiak: Gebändigt? Ungebändigt? Überlegungen zum Verhältnis von Beethoven und Goethe; Rita Steblin: “Auf diese Art mit A geht alles zu Grunde.” A New Look at Beethoven's Diary and the “Immortal Beloved”; Dagmar Skwara und Rita Steblin. Ein Brief Christoph Freiherr von Stackelbergs an Josephine Deym-Stackelberg; Ludwig Finscher: Rückblick nach vorn. Musikalische Denkmäler und Musikleben. Wrappers. $45 [item no.6698]


Bonner Beethoven-Studien, Band 7. Herausgegeben von Michael Ladenburger. Friederike Grigat. Die Sammlung Wegeler im Beethoven-Haus Bonn. Kritischer Katalog.
Veröffentlichungen des Beethoven-Hauses, V/7. Bonn, 2008. 8˚, 359 pp. Wrappers. $69 [item no.6699]


Bonner Beethoven-Studien, Band 8. Herausgegeben von Bernhard R. Appel.
Veröffentlichungen des Beethoven-Hauses, V/7. Bonn, 2009. 8˚, 167 pp. Luigi Bellofatto: Henry Edward Krehbiel and His Edition of Alexander W. Thayer's "Life of Beethoven"; Martella Gutiérrez-Denhoff: Beethoven und die Wiener Phäaken. Ludlamiten und Paternostergässler; Nors S. Josephson: Mozart, Haydn und Beethoven: Musikalische Wechselbeziehungen; Heinz von Loesch: 'Die Wut über den verlorenen Groschen' “Gemütlicher Witz” oder Zeichen der "Entfremdung"? Rita Steblin: "A dear, enchanting girl who loves me and whom I love": New Facts about Beethoven's Beloved Piano Pupil Julie Guicciardi. Wrappers. $49 [item no.6859]


[Boorman, Patrick] Das Bonner Beethoven-Haus 1933–1945. Eine Kulturinstitution im “Dritten Reich”.
Veröffentlichungen des Beethoven-Hauses, IV/27. Bonn, 2016. 8˚, 367 pp. Hardbound. $76 [item no.6804]


[Brenner, Daniel] Anton Schindler und sein Einfluss auf die Beethoven-Biographik.
Veröffentlichungen des Beethoven-Hauses, IV/22. Bonn, 2013. 8˚, x, 580 pp. Hardbound. $89 [item no.6747]


Dorfmüller, Kurt, Norbert Gertsch, & Julia Ronge. Ludwig van Beethoven. Thematisch-Bibliographisches Werkverzeichnis
Munich, 2014. 8º, 2 vols, 1800 pp. New comprehensive thematic catalog with musical incipits, references to the complete works edition, and valuable information on origin, autographs, ms copies, first and early editions. Indices and bibliographies. Indispensable tool for source studies. Linen. [item no.9381]


Fuchs, Ingrid. Ludwig van Beethoven. Die Musikautographe in öffentlichen Wiener Sammlungen. Bearbeitet und herausgegeben von Ingrid Fuchs.
Tübinger Beiträge zur Musikwissenschaft, 20. Tutzing, 2004. 8˚, 286, 102 pp. With 102 page catalog of watermarks. Inventories relevant material in the Archiv der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Musiksammlung der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek, Musiksammlung der Wiener Stadt- und Landesbibliothek and the Zentralarchiv des Deutschen Ordens. Linen. $132 [item no.6562]


[Ronge, Julia] Beethovens Lehrzeit. Kompositionsstudien bei Joseph Haydn, Johann Georg Albrechtsberger und Antonio Salieri.
Veröffentlichungen des Beethoven-Hauses, IV/20. Bonn, 2011. 8˚, 187 pp. Hardbound. $84 [item no.6929]


Schiff, András. Beethovens Klaviersonaten und ihre Deutung. “Für jeden Ton die Sprache finden...”. András Schiff im Gespräch mit Martin Meyer.
Bonn, 2007. 8º, 112 pp, w/59 illus. András Schiff’s is a collector and advocate of primary source material and has personally sponsored the publication of a number of facsimile editions. This book-conversation outlines some of his experiences and approach to interpreting Beethoven, informed by autographs, early editions and facsimiles. Hardbound. $28 [item no.6957]


[Sichardt, Martina] Entwurf einer narratologischen Beethoven-Analytik.
Veröffentlichungen des Beethoven-Hauses, IV/19. Bonn, 2013. 8˚, 300 pp. Hardbound. $84 [item no.6746]


Solomon, Maynard. Beethovens Tagebuch. Herausgegeben von Sieghard Brandenburg. [sans facsimile]
Veröffentlichungen des Beethoven-Hauses, III/6. Bonn, 2/ 2005. 21 x 28 cm, ix, 196, with 2 facs. Re-issue of 1990 edition, with 2 facsimile pages. Includes commentary and full transcription. Wrappers $21 [item no.8557]