orchestra

orch

SONG - AFTER WALT WHITMAN

Composer: 
Frederic Balazs
Scoring: 
Boy's chorus, soloists, 2-2-2-2 (oboe d'amore or tárogató optional), 2-2-3-1, timp, perc (2), hp, piano, celeste (opt), strings

Re-composed movement from "Concerto for Orchestra" for Boys' Chorus and Orchestra.

Tuesday in the Dark

Composer: 
Beth Wiemann
Scoring: 
2121 2220 perc, str

Ensemble Type

CITISCAPE (a.k.a. PIANO CONCERTO)

Composer: 
H. Leslie Adams
Instrumentation freestyle: 
large orchestra

Instruments

List Price: 
$59.90 full score

SONG AND DANCE

Composer: 
Richard Brooks
Scoring: 
pf, orch: 2-2-2-2; 4-2-3-1; timp, perc; str

A DREAM OF MY PARENTS DANCING

Scoring: 
orch: 1-1-1-1; 2-1-0-0; pf; str

Instruments

CANTO V - AN OPERA IN ONE ACT ("LUST")

Scoring: 
sop, tenor, bass, narr, dancer, 2-2-2-2, 4-2-3, strings

PROUD MUSIC OF THE STORM

Composer: 
Ramon Zupko
Instrumentation freestyle: 
orchestra, 2 bands, chorus, dancers, electronic tracks, narrators, visuals (film and slides)

A mammoth multi-media -musical theater work in 6 sections (Prologue, The Sounds, The Land, The People, The Idea, Epilogue) for orchestra, 2 bands, chorus, dancers, electronic tracks, narrators, visuals (film and slides). Any new production of this work would require new visuals representing the current state of the technology. The narrative is entirely from the poetry of Walt Whitman, which is recorded by the narrators on the electronic (CD) tracks. The work is a celebration of America's Bicenntenial in 1976; the majority of the sounds on the electronic tracks are short excerpts from American music of the previous two centuries, the remaining sounds were created in an electronic music studio. The CD for all the sound tracks is intact and available. The chorus does not sing text, but rather specific vowel-consonant combinations to melodies from other american music.most of the live music is not difficult, but the mounting of the production would be a formidable challenge.

FOUR CORNERS OF THE WORLD

Composer: 
Frederick C Tillis
Scoring: 
Narr, orch: pic-2-2-2-1; 4-3-3-1; timp, perc; str

Ensemble Type

Commissioned by the Springfield Symphony

BLUE ROOTS - SYMPHONY IN 3 MOVEMENTS

Composer: 
Ramon Zupko
Scoring: 
orch: 2.2.2.2 4.3.3.1. 3 perc, kbd (pf & synth), str

Ensemble Type

A work employing elements of jazz, blues, and rock music. Written for a Youth Symphony in Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1986 for its 50th Anniversary. Moderate difficulty - Suitable for a superior youth symphony or college.

BALLADE FOR ORCHESTRA

Composer: 
Ramon Zupko
Scoring: 
orchestra:picc.-2-2-e.hn.-2-b.cl-2-c.bsn - 4-2-3-1- PERC. - HARP - STRINGS

Ensemble Type

A slow, lyrical movement for full orchestra - could be performed by an amateur orchestra.

TALES OF THE NETSILIK(CONTES ET LEGENDES NETSILIK)

Composer: 
Raymond Luedeke
Scoring: 
narr & orch:2-2-2-2,4-2-3-1,timp,2perc,pf/cel,hp,str

Ensemble Type

IN CELEBRATION, full version

Composer: 
Dorothy Rudd Moore
Scoring: 
satb, sb soli,fl,cl,timp, perc (triangle, tambourine, gong),pf, strings
List Price: 
$17.50 conductor's score

THE LITTLE PERNAMBUCO TREE

Composer: 
Mark Thome
Scoring: 
3333 3331 PERC (3), Strings, Narrator

Ensemble Type

Based on a Story by Robert Ray.

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