Critical Edition

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The Bruckner Problem - Looking For Authentic Versions of The Symphonies - Robert Haas
... Robert Haas produced a critical edition based of Bruckner's original scores during the 1930s, that was endorsed by the Third Reich ... Haas issued critical editions of Symphonies 1 (1877 version), 2 (1877 version), 4 (1881 version - aka 1878/1880), 5, 6, 7 et 8 (1890 version) ... In 1934 Alfred Orel issued a critical edition of Symphony No ...
Thomas-Institut - Research - Edition Projects
... Aquinas and because it engendered the most critical response by his contemporaries (such as Petrus de Palude and Petrus Aureoli) ... The project centres, nevertheless, on the critical edition of the first version which will be made on the basis of a complete collation of all manuscripts ... Critical Edition of the Commentaries on Book V and VI of the Nicomachean Ethics in the Latin Translation by Robert Grosseteste The project consists in the study of the Latin reception of the ...
Lectures On The Philosophy Of History - The Text - English Editions
... The first English translation was made from Karl Hegel's edition, which lacked much material discovered later ... Hartman produced this translation before Hoffmeister's critical edition was published, and it is quite short, only 95 pages ... An English translation of Hoffmeister's critical edition of the Introduction was produced in 1974 by H ...
Mudgala Purana - Source Editions For The Text
... As of 2007 no "critical edition" had been issued for the Mudgala Purana ... A "critical edition" of a Purana is a special type of scholarly edition in which many alternative readings from variant manuscripts have been reviewed and reconciled by scholars to produce a ... If there is no critical edition, it means that individual editions may show significant variations in content and line numbering from one another ...
Maometto II
... Until the preparation of the critical edition of Maometto II, the composer's original intentions have remained obscure ... The introduction to an early version of a critical edition (now supplanted by a new one) notes some of difficulties of determining Rossini's intentions " Extraordinary ... productions of each of these versions, the critical edition reconstructs the text of the first version (Naples, 1820), which reflects the composer's original intentions." ...

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