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Old 06-06-2017, 07:15 PM   #1
Armando Orlandi
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Beethovenís Studien im Generalbasse in www.lvbeethoven.it

Dopo circa un anno di revisione, siamo felici di ripresentare sul nostro sito http://www.lvbeethoven.it/articoli-t...-introduzione/ il Ludwig van Beethovenís Studien im Generalbasse, Contrapuncte und in der Compositions-Lehre aus dessen handschriftlichem Nachlasse gesammelt und hrsg. von Ignaz von Seyfried. Lí opera consiste di 46 pagine Web, 35 immagini e soprattutto 535 Mp3, ovvero tutti gli esempi musicali contenuti nel libro, preceduta da una introduzione sulla cronistoria delle pubblicazioni. Tutti i libri, le firme autografe, le edizioni appartengono alle collezioni private mie e dei nostri collaboratori. Degni di nota gli esempi della terza parte, tra cui i preludi e fuga Hess 29 30 e 31 ed il raro coro sulle parole ďdona nobis pacemĒ Hess Anhang 57 http://www.lvbeethoven-music.it/Hess...ssAnhang57.mp3. Ringrazio di cuore Graziano Denini che ha curato la parte sonora del libro e Luigi Bellofatto per avere messo a disposizione la sua immensa biblioteca.
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After about a year of revision, we are happy to reprint on our website www.lvbeethoven.com Ludwig van Beethoven's Studien im Generalbasse, Contrapuncte und in der Compositions-Lehre aus dessen handschriftlichem Nachlasse gesammelt und hrsg. Von Ignaz von Seyfried. The work consists of 46 web pages, 35 images and above all 535 Mp3s, all the music examples contained in the book, preceded by an introduction to the history of publications. All books, autograph signatures, editions belong to my own collections and our collaborators. Note the examples of the third part, including prelates and escape Hess 29 30 and 31 and the rare chorus on the words "dona nobis pacem" Hess Anhang 57 http://www.lvbeethoven-music.it/Hess%20Anh ... /HessAnhang57.mp3. Thank you very much, Graziano Denini, who took care of the sound of the book and Luigi Bellofatto to have available her huge library.

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Old 06-07-2017, 01:07 PM   #2
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Thanks for sharing that with us Armando - the bottom link though isn't working.
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Old 06-07-2017, 03:34 PM   #3
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http://unheardbeethoven.org/mp3s/donanob.mp3

I think this may be the link.
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Sorry friends but

http://www.lvbeethoven-music.it/Hess...ssAnhang57.mp3


This is an authentic chorus and not derived from a MIDI.


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Old 06-09-2017, 02:35 PM   #5
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Thank you, Armando!
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