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Busoni, Ferruccio
FINE MUSICAL QUOTATION FROM THE OPENING OF HIS PIANO CONCERTO, SIGNED, DATED AND INSCRIBED “MILANO, MAGGIO, 1913 FERRUCCIO BUSONI”
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Busoni, Ferruccio
FINE MUSICAL QUOTATION FROM THE OPENING OF HIS PIANO CONCERTO, SIGNED, DATED AND INSCRIBED “MILANO, MAGGIO, 1913 FERRUCCIO BUSONI”
Estimate
1,5002,000
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Busoni, Ferruccio
FINE MUSICAL QUOTATION FROM THE OPENING OF HIS PIANO CONCERTO, SIGNED, DATED AND INSCRIBED “MILANO, MAGGIO, 1913 FERRUCCIO BUSONI”
comprising the opening 8 measures of the first movement, written in piano score on a single system of two staves, in black ink

1 page, oblong 4to


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Catalogue Note

Busoni’s Piano Concerto (1901-1904) is one of the longest and most difficult in the repertory and concludes with a male-voice choir in the fifth movement. It begins with a long orchestral passage whose broad opening theme is transcribed here by the composer.

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