Dvorak Symphonic Poems - and Op. 72

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Dvorak Symphonic Poems - and Op. 72

Postby perlnerd666 » Wed Oct 21, 2009 3:23 pm

The Full scores for these important works are a major gap in the collection, IMHO - either the Simrock or the SNKLHU.
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Re: Dvorak Symphonic Poems - and Op. 72

Postby Hobbypianist » Wed Oct 21, 2009 7:10 pm

You are right, major works of this excellent composer are still missing, not to mention the symphonies 1-4.

I have the op.72. Currently I'm still occupied with other composers of my scanning queue, but after that I'll post the dances. Another 800 pages of orchestral works including the tone poems are planned. This will take a little bit of time...maybe sometime in November/December.

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Re: Dvorak Symphonic Poems - and Op. 72

Postby perlnerd666 » Wed Oct 21, 2009 11:12 pm

Wow, thanks!
Op. 72 would make an excellent PLP score (are you listening Carolus?) - Dover hasn't reprinted it, making it somewhat harder to find a good cheap edition.
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Re: Dvorak Symphonic Poems - and Op. 72

Postby sbeckmesser » Thu Oct 22, 2009 3:52 am

I wish we could get a reading as to whether or not the introductions and critical reports in the Dvorak Critical Edition are PD or not. I've asked this question in Copyright Related and have yet to find out. That editon, after all, was state-sponsored. There are important variants from earlier editions in the Critical Edition that are explained in the critical reports, not to mention the lists of corrected engraving and other errors.

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Re: Dvorak Symphonic Poems - and Op. 72

Postby Hobbypianist » Thu Oct 22, 2009 4:32 pm

I'll scan the editors' notes separately. If permissible and desired it can then be uploaded later on.

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Re: Dvorak Symphonic Poems - and Op. 72

Postby Carolus » Fri Oct 23, 2009 10:10 pm

As far as Canada and the USA, the answer would appear to be "no" - prefaces and editorial notes are arguably the only the only works of original authorship associated with the urtext edition in question (apart from continuo realizations). As for the EU, there seems to be some confusion about the issue. For example, BSB has no problem posting critical editions complete with the preface, notes and (in at least one case) the continuo realization. Perhaps Germany's section 70 assigns the whole edition to the urtext category, which translates to a term of 25 years from publication. On the other hand, it's certainly not impossible that this is an foolish assumption on a librarian's part.
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Re: Dvorak Symphonic Poems - and Op. 72

Postby perlnerd666 » Tue Nov 03, 2009 1:13 am

Thanks for Op. 72, Hobbypianist.
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Re: Dvorak Symphonic Poems - and Op. 72

Postby perlnerd666 » Thu Nov 05, 2009 3:52 am

Bump, Carolus: Op. 72 suuuuure would make a great PLP score.
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Re: Dvorak Symphonic Poems - and Op. 72

Postby Carolus » Thu Nov 05, 2009 6:56 am

Added to the list. Suggestions are always appreciated. In fact, I think I'll start a thread called PLP Suggestion Box.
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