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On the Wallaby (or Auf der Walz)

Weltmusik / Ethno/Australische • 2014
 
 
   
 

Für zwei Flöten

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Verkäufer David W Solomons
PDF, 326.7 Kb ID: SM-000216138 Datum des Uploads: 30 Dez 2014
Instrumentierung
Flöte
Partitur für
Duo
Art der Partitur
Partitur für zwei Interpreten, Stimmen
Tonart
G-Dur
Arrangeur
David W Solomons
Verleger
David W Solomons
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Länge
2'20
Journeymen (young craftsmen) in Germany used to be required by law to go from town to town to practise their skills rather than stay in one town, which gave rise to many songs, of which "Es es es und es" is the best known - (the words of that song mean "it is a hard conclusion but I have to leave this town).
These journeys were referred to as "Walz" so these workers went "auf der Walz".
The idea of travelling auf der Walz was also taken up in Australia (where they called it "on the Waltz" or "on the Wallaby") and it gave rise to the famous song Waltzing Matilda, although in the Ozzie song the traveller was a swagman rather than a craftsman. So I have called this arrangement "On the Wallaby".
In neither case was the 3/4 time of the Waltz used although there is probably a connection: I initially tried to create this merged arrangement in 3/4 but it didn't seem to work satisfactorily - indeed my left hand ended firmly stuck down my collar and my right leg twisted round my back - well... sort of!
So here is a 4/4 "waltz" based on the two traditional and related songs.
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For alto and bass flutes

Titel nach Uploader: On the Wallaby (or Auf der Walz) for alto and bass flutes


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Verkäufer David W Solomons
PDF, 316.4 Kb ID: SM-000221132 Datum des Uploads: 14 Feb 2015
Instrumentierung
Altflöte, Bassflöte
Partitur für
Duo
Art der Partitur
Partitur für zwei Interpreten, Stimmen
Arrangeur
David W Solomons
Verleger
David W Solomons
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Fortgeschritten
Länge
2'0
Jahr der Komposition
2015
Genre
Klassische Musik/Instrumentalmusik
Journeymen (young craftsmen) in Germany used to be required by law to go from town to town to practise their skills rather than stay in one town, which gave rise to many songs, of which "Es es es und es" is the best known - (the words of that song mean "it is a hard conclusion but I have to leave this town).
These journeys were referred to as "Walz" so these workers went "auf der Walz".
The idea of travelling auf der Walz was also taken up in Australia (where they called it "on the Waltz" or "on the Wallaby") and it gave rise to the famous song Waltzing Matilda, although in the Ozzie song the traveller was a swagman rather than a craftsman. So I have called this arrangement "On the Wallaby".
In neither case was the 3/4 time of the Waltz used although there is probably a connection: I initially tried to create this merged arrangement in 3/4 but it didn't seem to work satisfactorily...
So here is a 4/4 "waltz" based on the two traditional and related songs.

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The pdf file contains score and parts.
The sound sample is an electronic preview
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For violin and clarinet

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Verkäufer David W Solomons
PDF, 290.5 Kb ID: SM-000246239 Datum des Uploads: 26 Apr 2016
Instrumentierung
Klarinette, Geige
Partitur für
Duo
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Stimmen
Arrangeur
David W Solomons
Verleger
David W Solomons
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Länge
2'30
Jahr der Komposition
2016
Genre
Klassische Musik/Instrumentalmusik
A combination of German and Australian wandering folk songs (Es es es und es and Waltzing Matilda)
Journeymen (young craftsmen) in Germany used to be required by law to go from town to town to practise their skills rather than stay in one town, which gave rise to many songs, of which "Es es es und es" is the best known - (the words of that song mean "it is a hard conclusion but I have to leave this town).
These journeys were referred to as "Walz" so these workers went "auf der Walz".
The idea of travelling auf der Walz was also taken up in Australia (where they called it "on the Waltz" or "on the Wallaby") and it gave rise to the famous song Waltzing Matilda, although, in the Ozzie

song, the traveller was a swagman rather than a craftsman. So I have called this arrangement "On the Wallaby".
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For violin and alto clarinet

Titel nach Uploader: On the Wallaby (or Auf der Walz) for Violin and Alto Clarinet


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Verkäufer David W Solomons
PDF, 295.7 Kb ID: SM-000246240 Datum des Uploads: 26 Apr 2016
Instrumentierung
Geige, Altklarinette
Partitur für
Duo
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Stimmen
Arrangeur
David W Solomons
Verleger
David W Solomons
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Länge
2'30
Jahr der Komposition
2016
Genre
Klassische Musik/Instrumentalmusik
A combination of German and Australian wandering folk songs (Es es es und es and Waltzing Matilda)
Journeymen (young craftsmen) in Germany used to be required by law to go from town to town to practise their skills rather than stay in one town, which gave rise to many songs, of which "Es es es und es" is the best known - (the words of that song mean "it is a hard conclusion but I have to leave this town).
These journeys were referred to as "Walz" so these workers went "auf der Walz".
The idea of travelling auf der Walz was also taken up in Australia (where they called it "on the Waltz" or "on the Wallaby") and it gave rise to the famous song Waltzing Matilda, although, in the Ozzie song, the traveller was a swagman rather than a craftsman. So I have called this arrangement "On the Wallaby".
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Für zwei Klarinetten

Titel nach Uploader: On the Wallaby (or Auf der Walz) for 2 clarinets


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Verkäufer David W Solomons
PDF, 291.5 Kb ID: SM-000247064 Datum des Uploads: 30 Apr 2016
Instrumentierung
Klarinette
Partitur für
Duo
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Stimmen
Arrangeur
David W Solomons
Verleger
David W Solomons
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Länge
2'0
Jahr der Komposition
2016
Genre
Weltmusik / Ethno/Deutsche
Journeymen (young craftsmen) in Germany used to be required by law to go from town to town to practise their skills rather than stay in one town, which gave rise to many songs, of which "Es es es und es" is the best known - (the words of that song mean "it is a hard conclusion but I have to leave this town).
These journeys were referred to as "Walz" so these workers went "auf der Walz".
The idea of travelling auf der Walz was also taken up in Australia (where they called it "on the Waltz" or "on the Wallaby") and it gave rise to the famous song Waltzing Matilda, although in the Ozzie song the traveller was a swagman rather than a craftsman. So I have called this arrangement "On the Wallaby".
In neither case was the 3/4 time of the Waltz used although there is probably a connection: I initially tried to create this merged arrangement in 3/4 but it didn't seem to work satisfactorily...
So here is a 4/4 "waltz" based on the two traditional and related songs.
The pdf file contains score and parts.
The sound sample is an electronic preview
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For clarinet and alto clarinet

Titel nach Uploader: On the Wallaby (or Auf der Walz) for clarinet and alto clarinet


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Verkäufer David W Solomons
PDF, 298.0 Kb ID: SM-000247065 Datum des Uploads: 30 Apr 2016
Instrumentierung
Klarinette, Altklarinette
Partitur für
Duo
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Stimmen
Arrangeur
David W Solomons
Verleger
David W Solomons
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Länge
2'0
Genre
Weltmusik / Ethno/Deutsche
Journeymen (young craftsmen) in Germany used to be required by law to go from town to town to practise their skills rather than stay in one town, which gave rise to many songs, of which "Es es es und es" is the best known - (the words of that song mean "it is a hard conclusion but I have to leave this town).
These journeys were referred to as "Walz" so these workers went "auf der Walz".
The idea of travelling auf der Walz was also taken up in Australia (where they called it "on the Waltz" or "on the Wallaby") and it gave rise to the famous song Waltzing Matilda, although in the Ozzie song the traveller was a swagman rather than a craftsman. So I have called this arrangement "On the Wallaby".
In neither case was the 3/4 time of the Waltz used although there is probably a connection: I initially tried to create this merged arrangement in 3/4 but it didn't seem to work satisfactorily...
So here is a 4/4 "waltz" based on the two traditional and related songs.
The pdf file contains score and parts.
The sound sample is an electronic preview
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For flute and alto saxophone

Titel nach Uploader: On the Wallaby (or Auf der Walz) for flute and alto saxophone


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Verkäufer David W Solomons
PDF, 302.8 Kb ID: SM-000273688 Datum des Uploads: 19 Feb 2017
Instrumentierung
Flöte, Altsaxophon
Partitur für
Duo
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Stimmen
Arrangeur
David W Solomons
Verleger
David W Solomons
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Jahr der Komposition
2017
Genre
Klassische Musik/Instrumentalmusik
Journeymen (young craftsmen) in Germany used to be required by law to go from town to town to practise their skills rather than stay in one town, which gave rise to many songs, of which "Es es es und es" is the best known - (the words of that song mean "it is a hard conclusion but I have to leave this town).
These journeys were referred to as "Walz" so these workers went "auf der Walz".
The idea of travelling auf der Walz was also taken up in Australia (where they called it "on the Waltz" or "on the Wallaby") and it gave rise to the famous song Waltzing Matilda, although in the Ozzie song the traveller was a swagman rather than a craftsman. So I have called this arrangement "On the Wallaby".
In neither case was the 3/4 time of the Waltz used although there is probably a connection: I initially tried to create this merged arrangement in 3/4 but it didn't seem to work satisfactorily...
So here is a 4/4 "waltz" based on the two traditional and related songs.
The pdf file contains score and parts.
The sound sample is an electronic preview
  • Kommentare
 
 
   
 
 
   
 
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