John: I guess I do owe it to myself to spend extra money for a good edition Also, my Chopin waltzes are the Palmer edition, haven't noticed anything spectacular about them, but then again, my teacher hasn't marked them up too badly! Thanks so much for the responses! Right now, my Henle collection is growing quite rapidly but I do have a couple of the Alfreds as well, namely "Hinson" and "Palmer. Henle and Dover are some of my favorites definitely. My all time favorite? It makes me feel pampered and though I've been playing for only 10 years, give or take a few I really like the simplicity and the leeway it gives you--the fingerings are easy, the text is great, easy to read, page turns, are wonderful, and the paper I can safely say that I am obsessed with Henle.
For me, the edition I prefer depends upon the composer and style of the piece. I do use Alfred editions for intermediate students, because of all the "extras" provided--biographical information about the composer, ornaments written out, fingering suggestions usually worth a try. And speaking as a voice teacher, the 24 Italian Songs published by Schirmer is still regarded as the "bible" for serious beginning students. Also, Schirmer's operatic and oratorio anthologies are used by almost every voice teacher I know.
So I would suggest that teachers look carefully at various editions to find the one that suits the need of that particular student or performing teacher. I guess like so much in our profession, it's "buyer beware"!grudripdileasic.ml/nexyb-pagina-para.php
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I tend to use different things for different composers and instruments as well. I'm learning as I go, what can I say? For strings and other piano pieces like Czerny, etc. Alfred I have many of because that's what I used and I kind of like it--the reading material is nice! Originally posted by jazzyclassical: I am poor :rolleyes: so for myself I actually use Schirmer and Dover. I started this topic here years ago, and it was made one of the FAQ threads.
Originally posted by Phlebas Kreisler listed these editions as preferrable by composer: Chopin - Paderewski. Here they are of course, some may have changed since then: Bach - Barenreiter; Henle 2nd.
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Find a Professional. Who's Online Now. Previous Thread. Next Thread. Good question. I like Henle best, generally. It's not just the editorial considerations, but the clear print, and often good page turns.
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Well, they're cheaper, and quite clear to read, but they're never my choice for editorial reasons. OK for Czerny though. Is it only me? I really hate Alfred editions. The staff lines are too thick and it makes it hard to read. Maybe it's just the particular ones I have. I have quite a few Dover editions, and they're pretty good, on the whole, and certainly on the cheaper end.
My Beethoven sonatas are the Schnabel edition, which is really wild - sometimes more than half the page is taken up with annotations, and the music is cluttered with lots of little markings. I have other editions as well, but I'm rather fond of my Schnabel, as I bought them myself when I was 16, with the proceeds of winning a local piano competition. As an accompanist, I have a lot of vocal music in my library. Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach Edited by Dr.
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