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What publisher/edition do you like for Liszt's Annees de pelerinage?

I've done a couple of these from individual EMB scores, but I somehow managed to miss buying the complete work, long ago.


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Originally Posted by WhoDwaldi
What publisher/edition do you like for Liszt's Annees de pelerinage?

I've done a couple of these from individual EMB scores, but I somehow managed to miss buying the complete work, long ago.

I'm using Henle. Easy-to-read print, reliable scholarship, etc.

The fingerings are fine, which for me means I look at them when I need a suggestion, and probably use what's printed only 10% of the time. They occasionally indicate Liszt's own fingering, which is interesting to see.

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Mine are Henle.


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I have the Peters edition which is edited by Sauer (one of Liszt's students). I've been happy with it. A few of the individual pieces I have in other editions as well - edited by Siloti and Wild. I also have the Dover edition, as it has a few additional versions of the pieces which were published.

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Henle.


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I have the Peter's/Sauer edition and I hated working with it but it's been so long, I can't remember why. It might have been the printing quality and the fingering. Henle is always reliable.


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Henle and Peters, no big difference, I prefer Henle.


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Thank you for your suggestions.

Well, I went with Dover because I had to buy a new kitchen faucet, also (the not-so-old one was squirting little jets of water across the kitchen from corrosion under the spout--plumber had never seen that, before).

I'm trying to get back into "quality" Liszt and need to do a lot of score study and listening before committing limited time to something new. I have played "Au bord d'une source" for years from an individual EMB score that's falling apart.


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