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Symphonie in einem Satz (Symphony No. 1)

Work Details


24 minutes

First Performance

Four-hand piano version performed in Busoni's master class, autumn 1921. First known orchestral performance: Norddeutsche Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester, Hamburg; Wilhelm Schüchter, conductor, 1958.

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  • In one movement: Grave - Allegro vivace - Andante religioso - Larghetto

  • Instrumentation

    • 2 Flutes (piccolo)
    • Oboe
    • 2 Clarinets (bass cl)
    • 2 Bassoons
    • 2 French horns
    • Trumpet
    • Trombone
    • Timpani, percussion
    • Strings

Kurt Weill Edition, Series II, volume 3 [forthcoming 2022]
(full score and libretto with critical report)

Study score
B. Schott’s Söhne 5937

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