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Tapray: Four Symphonies concertantes for Harpsichord and Piano with Orchestra ad libitum

Jean-Fran├žois Tapray
Four Symphonies concertantes for Harpsichord and Piano with Orchestra ad libitum
Edited by Bruce Gustafson
C044
Tapray: Four Symphonies concertantes for Harpsichord and Piano with Orchestra ad libitum
Full Score (1995)
978-0-89579-320-1
9x12, xvii + 186 pp.

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C044P
Instrumental Part(s) (1995)
Set of 4 parts (harpsichord and piano in score; one partbook for each symphonie)
$34.00

C044R1
Rental Parts (1995)
Symphonie Concertante in D Major, Op. 8
Set of 13 parts: 0000 2000 33221

C044R2
Rental Parts (1995)
Symphonie Concertante in E-flat Major, Op. 9
Set of 14 parts: 0000 2000 solo vn. 33221

C044R3
Rental Parts (1995)
Symphonie Concertante in C Major, Op.13
Set of 11 parts: 0000 2000 33021

C044R4
Rental Parts (1995)
Symphonie Concertante in G Major, Op. 15
Set of 9 parts: 0000 0000 33021

Supplement: Two Symphonies Concertantes for Unaccompanied Harpsichord and Piano, Opus 8 and Opus 9

These four concertos, published between 1778 and 1783 as Tapray's opuses 8, 9, 13, and 15, are for the unusual combination of piano and harsichord with an orchestra of mainly strings (op. 8 adds a pair of horns, and op. 13 adds a solo vioin). Hitherto thought lost, the discovery of the harpsichord part for op. 13 was the stimulus for this edition. Op. 15 is  notable as the last French work to require a harpsichord, marking that instrument's demise in the face of the emerging fortepiano.
Symphonie Concertante in D Major, Op. 8
Symphonie Concertante in E-flat Major, Op. 9
Symphonie Concertante in C Major, Op. 13
Symphonie Concertante in G Major, Op. 15
 
Bruce Alan Brown, unpublished, 26 January 1998
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