The Kurt Weill Edition
Making available to scholars and performers the uvre of one of the most frequently performed, fascinating, and provocative of twentieth-century composers
To be published in 35 volumes by European American Music in conjunction with the Kurt Weill Foundation, New York.
Format: 30 x 39 cm (scores); separate critical commentaries. Hardbound in dark blue linen.
Subscribers to the series receive a substantial savings.
There has long been a pressing need for a collected critical edition of Kurt Weill's music. In the decades since the composer's death in 1959 his musical legacy has been represented in print either by flawed editions or not at all. Only two of his compositions for the stage have ever been published in full score. Several major theatrical works were never circulated in any form, and only a few orchestral and chamber compositions have been generally available.
The Kurt Weill Edition addresses this basic need. For the first time, each of the composer's completed works will be presented in a form realizing the highest editoral and scholarly standards, dedicated to use by both scholars seeking authoritative texts and performes seeking accurate editions.
- Stage (23
volumes) including Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny, Die Dreigroschenoper, Der Silbersee, Die sieben Todsünden, Johanny Johnny Johnson, Lady in the Dark, Street Scene, and Lost in the Stars.
Series II - Concert (9 volumes), including the Concerto for Violin and Wind Instruments, String Quartet op.8, Das Berliner Requiem, Symphonies 1 & 2, Der Lindberghflug, Kleine Dreigroschenmusik.
Series III - Film (1 volume) including compositions for the films The River is Blue, You and Me, and Where Do We Go From Here?
Series IV - Miscellanea (c.
2 volumes) two facsimiles, one of the autograph full score of Die Dreigroschenoper, the other of popular editions of songs from the stage
Critical edition of Sailor Jenny's song (Series I, volume 5)click image to view facsimile of the same music (Series IV, volume 1)
Photo, Kurt Weill Foundation
OMI would be pleased to serve as your subscription agent for this important series
Zaubernacht. Edited by Elmar Juchem and
Andrew Kuster. (2009)
$250 (subscription); $340 (non-subscription)
Der Protagonist. Edited by Gunther Diehl and
Jürgen Selk. (2007)
$325 (subscription); $475 (non-subscription)
Series I, Volume 5
Die Dreigroschenoper. Edited by Stephen Hinton
and Edward Harsh (2000)
$240 (subscription); $360 (non-subscription)
Series I, Volume 13
Johnny Johnson. Edited by Tim Carter (2012)
$295 (subscription); $440 (non-subscription)
Series I, Volume 16
Lady in the Dark. Edited by Bruce D. McClung
and Elmar Juchem. (2018)
$475 (subscription); $695 (non-subscription)
Series I, Volume 18
The Firebrand of Florence. Edited by Joel
$425 (subscription); $600 (non-subscription)
Series II, Volume 1
Music (String Quartet in B Minor, Sonata
for Cello and Piano, String Quartet op.8, Frauentanz,
and "Ich sitze da un' esse Klops"). Edited by
Wolfgang Rathert and Jürgen Selk (2004)
$225 (subscription); $335 (non-subscription)
Series II, Volume 2
with Solo Violin (including Concerto for
Violin and Wind Instruments, op. 12, and Der neue
Orpheus, op. 16, text by Iwan Goll). Edited by
Andreas Eichhorn (2010)
$250 (subscription); $375 (non-subscription)
Series IV, Volume 1Series IV, Volume 2
Die Dreigroschenoper / The Threepenny Opera
(full-color facsimile of the autograph full score printed
by Stinehour Press). Edited by Edward Harsh (1996)
$150 (subscription); $225 (non-subscription)
Popular Adaptations, 1927-1950. Edited by Charles
$175 (subscription); $225 (non-subscription)
Series I, Volume 2
Zar lässt sich photographieren. Edited by Nils
Series I, Volume 3
Songspiel. Edited by J. Bradford
Series I, Volume 10
sieben Todsünden. Edited by Kim H.
Kowalke and Jürgen Selk
Series I, Volume 17
One Touch of Venus. Edited by Jon Alan Conrad
Series I, Volume 20
Street Scene. Edited by Kim H. Kowalke
Series I, Volume 21
Life. Edited by Stephen Banfield
Series III, Volume 1
Music (including compositions for the films
The River is Blue, You and Me, and Where Do We
Go From Here?). Edited by Wayne Shirley
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