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Stock, Frederick

Symphony No. 1 in C, Op. 18

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Frederick A. (Friedrich Wilhelm August) Stock – Symphony No. 1 in C, Op. 18 (1906-09)

b. Jülich, 11 November 1872 – d. Chicago, 20 October 1942

I Einleitung. Sehr langsam [Adagio molto] (p. 1) – stringendo poco a poco (p. 4) al:
Allegro ma non troppo (p. 6) – Moderato [e molto tranquillo] (p. 20) –
Tempo primo [Allegro ma non troppo] (p. 26) – Molto pesante (p. 29) –
Come prima, ma un poco tranquillo (p. 35) – Allegro ma non troppo (p. 41) – sempre accelerando (p. 47) – Allegro ma non troppo (p. 50) – Molto più tranquillo (p. 54) – Coda (p. 59) –
Presto (p. 64) – Prestissimo (p. 72)
II Scherzo. Allegro [ziemlich schnell] (p. 75) – Trio. Tranquillo [moderato assai] (p. 96) –
Molto tranquillo (p. 104) – Scherzo [come prima] p. 106 – Breit und gesangvoll [largamente] (p. 119) – drängend [stringendo] p. 129 – Scherzo [Quasi presto ] p. 1925 – Molto tranquillo (p. 139) – Presto (p. 142)
III Andante cantabile [Quasi adagio] (p. 147) – Molto tranquillo (p. 165)
IV Adagio maestoso (p. 182) – Moderato (p. 183) – Tranquillo di molto (p. 192) – Allegro moderato [come prima] (p. 198) – Ruhiges festes Zeitmaß (p. 212) – Halbe, sehr ruhig (p. 224) – Etwas bewegter (p. 227) – Largamente di molto (p. 239) – Im Zeitmaß, sehr energisch p. 243) – Grandioso e maestoso (p. 247) – Allegro moderato [come prima] (p. 252) – Halbe. Mit Schwung [doch nicht eilend] – Maestoso (p. 263)

Preface
Frederick Stock, born Friedrich Wilhelm August Stock in Jülich, Germany, between Aachen and Cologne, is known today almost exclusively as the legendary principal conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, who guided the orchestra’s fortunes for 37 years from 1905 until shortly before his death. Few people today know that Stock also excelled as a composer and arranger of brilliant orchestral settings.

His father was a military bandmaster. At the age of 14, Friedrich began his studies at the Cologne Conservatory as a violinist with Georg Japha and in composition with Franz Wüllner, Gustav Jensen, Heinrich Zöllner and Engelbert Humperdinck. One of his fellow students was Willem Mengelberg. After completing his studies, he was accepted as a violinist in the Gürzenich Orchestra in Cologne. The performances in which he participated there included Brahms’s 2nd and 3rd symphonies and the Symphonies Nos. 4 and 5 by Tchaikovsky, as well as Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto, conducted by the composers. …

 

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Score No.

4644

Edition

Repertoire Explorer

Genre

Orchestra

Size

210 x 297 mm

Printing

Reprint

Pages

272

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