- Mar 2, 1999At 03:16 AM 3/2/99 -0400, you wrote:
>From: pathos <mpathos@...>Your best bet is to get it from a library. If you're affiliated with an
>Although it'll undoubtedly slow down the production of my own music
>further, I'd really like to get my hands on a copy of the "Mystery
>Sonatas" Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber. They seem to be fairly unavailable
>commercially, but as Tony Conrad once had a good experience with them,
>they sound worth checking out.
>If anybody has a copy, I'd be willing to negotiate.
>sincerely, M. pathos
academic institution, you should be able to get a copy easily through
inter-library loan; some larger public libraries also participate in ILL.
There is a Universal-Edition from 1923 that seems fairly common and
shouldn't be too expensive if you find it used. Further complicating the
matter, these pieces are known by a couple of other titles: the "Rosary"
Sonatas, or the Funfzehn Mysterien fur Violine und Klavier nach
Kupferstichen biblischer Historien, for example.
Good luck in your search.
Library Assistant III
University of California, Berkeley
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Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900), notes for _The Will to Power_ (1883-1888)
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