Leipzig Edition of the Works of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (Complete works)
Series I (Orchestral Works) - Vol. 4 A: Symphony No. 1 in C minor (Op. 11) - Arrangements MWV N 13 - ed. by Ralf Wehner
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In the 19th century it was perfectly customary to arrange symphonies for chamber settings, which gave them a greater chance of being performed. Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy created two versions of his C minor Symphony Op. 11, both of which are now available: the first is the version heard in London in 1829 (with the Scherzo from the Octet Op. 20) in a dazzling chamber version for piano duet with violin and violoncello ad libitum; the second is the well-known piano version (for four hands) written in 1824 and published ten years later (with Minuet), which is closer in character to a piano reduction.
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