Music composed by Frederic Chopin (1810-1849) and edited by Jean-jacques Eigeldinger
With introductory text, performance notes and critical commentary
Book with 68 pages
Edition Peters dates back to December 1, 1800, when the Vienna-educated composer and conductor Franz Anton Hoffmeister (1754–1812) partnered with organist Ambrosius Kühnel (c. 1770–1813) to establish a Bureau de Musique in Leipzig. Its activities included the sale of instruments - providing, among others, Goethe and Beethoven - and the publishing of books and sheet music. The label is well known among classical music musicians for the variety and quality of its editions.