Der Rosenkavalier, Op.59 (Strauss, Richard)
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Off-stage Orchestra (Act III)
Cello Part (for auditions, with fingerings and bowings)
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Vienna: Orfeo Mandozzi, 2015.
Carl Besl (fl.ca.1912), piano reduction
German / English
Alfred Kalisch (1863–1933), English text
Berlin: Adolph Fürstner, 1910, 1912. Plate F. 500.
London: Boosey & Hawkes, n.d.(after 1945).
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Orchestra (Strauss)
- See: Der Rosenkavalier, suite, TrV 227d (1945)
Walzerfolge No.1 aus 'Der Rosenkavalier' compiled in 1944 from Acts I and II
and Walzerfolge No.2 aus 'Der Rosenkavalier', compiled in 1911 from Act III
For Cello (Dechert)
For Violin and Piano (Heldburg)
For Violin and Piano (Singer)
For 2 Pianos (Singer)
For Piano solo (Singer)
Marie Theres'! Hab' mir's gelobt (Final Trio)
For Piano solo (Gribben)
|Work Title||Der Rosenkavalier|
|Alternative Title||Komödie für Musik in drei Akten|
|Opus/Catalogue Number||Op.59 ; TrV 227|
|Year/Date of Composition||1909–10|
|First Performance||1911-01-26 in Dresden: Semperoper|
|Librettist||Hugo von Hofmannsthal (1874-1929)|
|Average Duration||4 hours, 30 minutes (200 minutes)|
|Composer Time Period||Romantic|
|Piece Style||Early 20th century|
|Instrumentation||voices, chorus, orchestra
|Related Works||Concert suite from the opera, TrV 227d (1945?)|
Waltz Sequence No.1 from Act III, TrV 227c (1944)
Waltz Sequence No.2 from Acts I and II, TrV 227a (1910–11)
|External Links||Wikipedia article|
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