Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827) Coriolan Op. 62 – Overture
to Heinrich Joseph von Collin's Tragedy – Urtext based on the new Complete Edition (G. Henle Verlag) edited by Hans-Werner Küthen [orch] duration: 8'
220.127.116.11. – 18.104.22.168. – timp – str
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Beethovens complex publication strategy called for a simultaneous release in England, France and Germany. While he hoped that this would promote the greatest possible dissemination of his works, it also raised the thorny issue of the correct dating of the first edition.
In his Urtext edition of the Coriolan Overture, Hans-Werner Küthen was able to prove that the source dated 1 September 1807, which was originally considered as authentic, was ultimately a reprint by Simrock, which Beethoven referred to in a letter of 16 June 1807 as a tolerated relict. Binding for the new edition was solely the first Viennese edition printed by the Industriekontor, which must have predated Simrocks print. The new evaluation of the sources also brought up changes in the articulation.