I'm planning on performing Debussy's "Rhapsodie" for alto saxophone in the Spring. I've been working off of a copy that my professor had lying around, but it's time to seriously buckle down, which means it's time to purchase an original copy.
I have a few issues with the copy I'm using (it's the "Révision V. David" by Editions Henry Lemoine), such as unclear indications of duples and fewer places for expression than some of the reference recordings I've listened to. (For instance, Rousseau's recording https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1ZyfNozCD4.)
JWPepper lists three versions of the piece: the one I'm using, one published by Durand S.A. Editions Musicales, and one edited by Ernst Gunte-Heinemann (which, as described by Pepper, looks to be the most authoritative version). I've included the links to all three below in the order I just listed them. Any advice as to which edition I should go for of the two that I don't already have? I figure that if neither version is better than the one I'm using already, I can return whichever one I go with and get an original copy of the version I'm already using.
Thanks for the help!
Henry Lemoine: http://www.jwpepper.com/Rhapsodie/95...m#.WGr7SrYrIy4
Durant S.A. Editions Musicales: http://www.jwpepper.com/Rhapsody/518...m#.WGr4sLYrIy4