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Gerhard: Dances from Don Quixote for Orchestra, score and parts

Gerhard: Dances from Don Quixote

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REPRINT SERIES Dances from Don Quixote is the orchestral suite derived from Roberto Gerhard's "Don Quixote" ballet. The ballet was composed in 1940-41, while the Dances were revised and assembled in 1957.
Poulenc: Le Bal Masqué score and parts

Poulenc: Le Bal Masqué

$59.95 - $229.95
Poulenc's cantata Le Bal Masqué (for Baritone or Mezzo-Soprano and Chamber Orchestra) is written to texts by the poet Max Jacob, whose work can be seen as closely approaching surrealism; it dates from 1932. The instrumentation is strongly...
Respighi: Lauda per la Natività del Signore partitura e parti

Respighi: Lauda per la Natività del Signore

REPRINT SERIES In 1930 Ottorino Respighi composed Lauda per la Natività del Signore, the only sacred choral piece among his works. In this song of praise to the miracle of Christmas,0 majestic sounding choral passages alternate with the soloistic...
Vaughan Williams Symphony No.6 score and parts

Vaughan Williams: Symphony No.6 in E minor

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Ralph Vaughan Williams composed his Symphony in E minor, published as Symphony No. 6, in 1944–47, during and immediately after World War II and revised in 1950. Dedicated to Michael Mullinar, it was first performed, in its original version, by Sir...
Poulenc: Concert Champêtre for Harpsichord and Orchestra score and parts, sheet music

Poulenc: Concert Champêtre for Harpsichord and Orchestra

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REPRINT SERIES Poulenc's Concert Champêtre for Harpsichord (or Piano) and Orchestra was written in 1927–28 for the harpsichordist Wanda Landowska who said she "adored" playing it as it made her "insouciant and gay!" Landowska was responsible...
Milhaud: Cello Concerto No.1 score and parts

Milhaud: Cello Concerto No.1 Op.136

Composed in 1934, the Cello Concerto No.1 is not only the frist composition for cello by Milhaud, but also the most popular. It was dedicaated to Maurice Maréchal, who premiered it in Paris on June 28th 1935. This concerto was one of Grégor...
Prokofiev A Summer Day for Small Orchestra, score and parts

Prokofiev: A Summer Day Op.65bis

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REPRINT SERIESResponding to Soviet governmental directives to produce music accessible to children, Sergei Prokofiev wrote an album of short, pictorial piano pieces in 1936. Published as Music for Children, Op. 65, these went over so well that Prokofiev...
Bartok Miraculous Mandarin Suite score, orchestra parts, Op.19

Bartók: Miraculous Mandarin Suite Op.19

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The Miraculous Mandarin (A csodálatos mandarin / Der wunderbare Mandarin) Op. 19, Sz. 73 (BB 82), is a one act pantomime ballet composed by Béla Bartók between 1918 and 1924, and based on the 1916 story by Melchior Lengyel. Premiered...
Prokofiev Russian Overture Op.72 score and parts

Prokofiev: Ouverture Russe Op.72

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REPRINT SERIES In 1936 Prokofiev returned permanently to the USSR. He showed sketches of the overture to Eugen Szenkar, who accepted it for his orchestra. Prokofiev used a large orchestra, as he had previously in the Scythian Suite and Seven, They are...
Milhaud Symphoniette pour Cordes score and parts

Milhaud: Symphoniette pour Cordes Op.363

This pretty work for String Orchestra has 3 movements: 1.Animé et Vigoureux - 2.Vif et Léger - 3.Décidé et Joyeux, and lasts approximately 11 minutes.
Vaughan Williams Riders to the Sea, score and parts

Vaughan Williams: Riders to the Sea

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REPRINT SERIES Riders to the Sea is a short one-act opera by Ralph Vaughan Williams, based on the play of the same name by John Millington Synge. The composer completed the score in 1927, but it was not premiered until 1 December 1937, at the Royal...
Vaughan Williams Symphony No.4 Score and Parts

Vaughan Williams: Symphony No.4 in F minor

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 Ralph Vaughan Williams dedicated his Symphony No. 4 in F minor to Arnold Bax.Unlike Vaughan Williams's first three symphonies, it was not given a title, the composer stating that it was to be understood as pure music, without any incidental or...
Poulenc Les Animaux Modèles Suite for Orchestra, score and parts

Poulenc: Les Animaux Modèles Suite

REPRINT SERIES Les Animaux modèles, FP 111, is a ballet dating from 1940 to 1942 with music by Francis Poulenc. It was the third and final ballet that he composed and was staged at the Paris Opéra in 1942, with choreography by Serge Lifar,...
Stravinsky Capriccio score, sheet music, orchestral parts

Stravinsky: Capriccio for Piano and Orchestra

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REPRINT SERIES The Capriccio for Piano and Orchestra was written by Igor Stravinsky in Nice between 1926 and 1929. The score was revised in 1949. Stravinsky designed the Capriccio to be a virtuosic vehicle which would allow him to earn a living from...
Castelnuovo-Tedesco Violin Concerto No.2 Score and Parts

Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Violin Concerto No.2 Op.66 "I Profeti"

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Among Castelnuovo-Tedesco’s important, large-scale Judaically incited concert works is his second violin concerto (Op. 66), which he subtitled I profeti (The Prophets). Its three movements are further subtitled with reference to two biblical...
Prokofiev Divertissement Op.43 Score and Parts

Prokofiev: Divertimento Op.43

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REPRINT SERIES Prokofiev wrote a ballet Trapèze on a theme of circus for the touring company Boris Romanov. Trapèze was written for quintet to suit the small instrumental section of the company. In 1929, he adapted movements from the...
Martinu Thunderbolt P-47 Scherzo for Orchestra, score and parts

Martinu: Thunderbolt P-47

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Hans Kindler was one of the most brilliant and dedicated musicians of his generation. Born in Rotterdam in 1892 and trained at the city’s conservatory, Kindler emigrated to the United States in 1914 to become Principal Cellist of the Philadelphia...
Bacewicz Cello Concerto No.1 score, sheet music, orchestra parts

Bacewicz: Cello Concerto No.1

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REPRINT SERIES Bacewicz's Cello Concerto No. 1 was written 1951, following a commission from Miloš Sádlo, an eminent Czech cellist of international renown. The piece reflects a stylistic tendency most vividly manifested in Sonata No. 1...