Mendelssohn - Concerto Op64 in Emin - Violin/Piano Accompaniment edited by Scheideler Henle HN720
For the first time this celebrated concerto will now appear in a source-critical edition. Ullrich Scheideler depicts how the work evolved, describes its sources, and comments on the musical text. The well-known violinist Igor Ozim has marked up Mendelssohn’s approved violin part, adding fingering and bowing marks as an aid to todays performers. He has also supplied a separate commentary showing that Mendelssohn’s autograph already contains useful suggestions for shaping the solo part. The piano reduction - a revised version of the one that accompanied the first edition - lies well under the fingers while remaining as faithful as possible to the original text. Urtext Edition with marked and unmarked string parts.