Fiffaro Posted March 4, 2008 Share Posted March 4, 2008 Have any of the board members seen the new Carus edition of the complete organ works of Vierne, the editors of which are David Sanger and Jon Laukviks? Given the recent thread on a suitable edition for Widor's Toccata, which has spun off into an interesting thread on organ symphonies generally, including Vierne's, I thought it would be worthwhile asking people's opinions about this edition. Besides, if someone is able to comment on the scholarship in the critical commentaries and on the usefulness and suitability of this edition for us performers of his music, I might feel less worried about laying out so much money 'sight unseen'. http://www.carus-verlag.com/index.php3?BLi...ubscribe-vierne I received a brochure in the mail from Carus-Verlag listing the subscription price of EUR259 applying through to the end of April. Interestingly, no one responded to my comment on the Near edition of Widor. http://web16713.vs.netbenefit.co.uk/discus...ost&p=34657 Did this post get lost in the general chat about organ symphonies? It is, in my opinion, such an important edition it would be a shame if this were the case. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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