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Comment & Chronicle The University of Illinois Press announces a new series, the Beethoven Sketchbook Edition, with William Kinderman as Editor-in-Chief. Beethoven's creative process is more richly documented than any other artist of the rst rank, yet many of his voluminous sketchbooks remain unpublished, and their musical contents have not yet received close examination. Unlike earlier sketchbook editions, this series aims to publish complete annotated transcriptions of the music together with color facsimiles of the original sketchbooks, produced at full size. The sketchbooks will appear in reconstructed form, reuniting leaves scattered in separate collections. Extensive commentaries in each edition will place the sketchbooks in relation to other sources, while exploring the historical and analytical signi cance of these unique and revealing documents. The rst publication in the series is Artaria 195: Beethoven's Sketchbook for the Missa solemnis and the Piano Sonata in E Major, Opus 109. The edition is published in three volumes--commentary, facsimile, transcription--and edited by William Kinderman. The members of the editorial board of the Beethoven Sketchbook Series are Martha Frohlich, Joseph Kerman, and Lewis Lockwood. Inquiries regarding the new series should be directed to Professor Kinderman at the School of Music, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, 2136 Music http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png 19th-Century Music University of California Press

Comment & Chronicle

19th-Century Music , Volume 26 (1) – Jul 1, 2002

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University of California Press
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Copyright © by the University of California Press
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Research Article
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0148-2076
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1533-8606
DOI
10.1525/ncm.2002.26.1.111
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Abstract

The University of Illinois Press announces a new series, the Beethoven Sketchbook Edition, with William Kinderman as Editor-in-Chief. Beethoven's creative process is more richly documented than any other artist of the rst rank, yet many of his voluminous sketchbooks remain unpublished, and their musical contents have not yet received close examination. Unlike earlier sketchbook editions, this series aims to publish complete annotated transcriptions of the music together with color facsimiles of the original sketchbooks, produced at full size. The sketchbooks will appear in reconstructed form, reuniting leaves scattered in separate collections. Extensive commentaries in each edition will place the sketchbooks in relation to other sources, while exploring the historical and analytical signi cance of these unique and revealing documents. The rst publication in the series is Artaria 195: Beethoven's Sketchbook for the Missa solemnis and the Piano Sonata in E Major, Opus 109. The edition is published in three volumes--commentary, facsimile, transcription--and edited by William Kinderman. The members of the editorial board of the Beethoven Sketchbook Series are Martha Frohlich, Joseph Kerman, and Lewis Lockwood. Inquiries regarding the new series should be directed to Professor Kinderman at the School of Music, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, 2136 Music

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19th-Century MusicUniversity of California Press

Published: Jul 1, 2002

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