Th. A. Findeisen; Carnevalsscenen op. 12 for double bass and orchestra

Th. A. Findeisen; Carnevalsscenen op. 12 for double bass and orchestra

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The time of origin of the „Carnevalsscenen op. 12“ is indicated at  the end of the original handwritten score as „3 - 7 August 1911 “.  About 10-minutes (with cadence) lasting, the concerto for double bass and orchestra is subtitled with „meeting, greetings and course of the masks “, whereby Findeisen overwrites only the Allegro con brio part as „course of the masks“ in the score.  The piece begins with a slow introduction, which corresponds then probably „to the meeting “. Between this slow introduction and the Allegro con brio part there is only written the entry „Cadenza “, which probably corresponds then „to the greetings “.
Unfortunately no original cadence by Findeisen is attached to the score, so that the editor Andreas Wiebecke Gottstein sketched its own cadence from the material of the solo voice, whereby he lets the greeting (soloist) communicate  with the meeting (orchestra) in the end of the cadence somewhat, before it comes then cheerfully in a lively manner to the removal.

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