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Sérénade

Классика/Пьеса • 1888
 
 
   
 

For violin and orchestra – full score and solo part only (parts on rental)

Название пользователя: Claude Debussy: Sérénade for violin and orchestra – full score and solo part only (parts on rental)


19.95 USD

Продавец Musik Fabrik
PDF, 1.50 Мб ID: SM-000367621 Дата публикации: 05 июл 2019
Инструменты
Флейта, Кларнет, Фагот, Гобой, Английский рожок, Валторна, Труба, Скрипка, Альт, Виолончель, Контрабас, Арфа, Литавры, Ударные
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Симфонический оркестр
Тип нот
Партитура, Сольная партия
Части
1 до 1 из 1
Аранжировщик
Robert Orledge
Издатель
Musik Fabrik
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Время звучания
5'30
Instrumentation


3 flûtes/3 flutes
hautbois/oboe
cor anglais (doublant deuxième hautbois/doubling second oboe
2 clarinettes en La/2 clarinets in A
3 bassons/3 bassoons

2 cors en Fa/2 horns in F
trompette en Ût/trumpet in C

timbales (3)/timpani (3)
percission (1 éxecutant - cymbale suspendue, tambour de basque)/
percussion (1 performer - suspended cymbal, tambourine)

harpe/harp

cordes/strings
(idealy 12/10/8/6/4)


durée/duration: 5 minutes 30 secconds (environ/approx.)


Une versions pour violon et piano ainsi qu’une version pour violon et 17 instruments est également disponibile/A version for violin and piano as well as a version for violin and 17 instruments is also available.

______________________

Prmière: Edmond Agapian, violin with the Calagray (CA) Youth orchestra, cond. Gareth Jones, University of Calgary, 28 Janaury, 2011

Première of the version for violin and 17 instruments: Frédéric Moisan, violin Orchestre 21 cond. Paolo Bellomio, Unveristy of Montreal, Canada,
2 March 2012



Preface:

In the early 1890s, Debussy composed the opening of a lyrical piece in E major for violin and piano, perhaps as a shorter companion piece for the violin Nocturne he was planning for the Belgian violinist Eugène Ysaÿe. After Debussy’s death in 1918, his second wife Emma often gave away sketch pages to performers or composers as memorials to her beloved husband , and this particular page was given to the Cuban born pianist and composer Joaquin Nin (1879-1949). It came up for sale in the catalogue of the British antiquarian dealer Lisa Cox in 2010 and although it might possibly be an early song for contralto and piano, the more dynamic idea in bar 12 strongly suggests the violin, especially as it begins on an open D string. Moreover, there is no text and in pieces of this length, Debussy usually wrote at least one word in, if only to remind himself where he had got to in any song.

So my starting point was a complete 12-bar melody gently undulating in the violin’s lowest register over a sensual accompaniment, rising to a climax in bar 12 and giving me a contrasting idea that I could use as a link between sections and in the cadenza. As the B section (bars 14-26) derives directly from Debussy’s opening theme by metamorphosis, my own additions were restricted to the central section (bars 27-57) - comprising a new scherzando idea (C) and the more lyrical D (bars 36-46). C returns at bar 47, followed by the opening sections in reverse order, so that the Sérénade begins and ends with Debussy’s material and is cast in arch form (ABCDCBA).

Robert Orledge
Brighton, 19 June 2019



Robert Orledge was born in Bath in 1948 and educated at Clare College, Cambridge, where he gained his doctorate for his study of the composer Charles Kœchlin in 1973. Between 1971 and 1991 He rose from Lecturer to Professor in the Music Department of the University of Liverpool, publishing books on Gabriel Fauré, Claude Debussy, Charles Kœchlin and Erik Satie, as well as numerous articles, editions and reviews. As a historical musicologist, Professor Orledge specialized in the way composers composed, ,and since taking early retirement in 2004, he has concentrated on completing and orchestrating Debussy’s unfinished works, and especially his theatre projects. His completion of Debussy’s opera The Fall of the House of Usher (1908-17) was successfully premiered at the Bregenz Opera Festival in Austria in August 2006 and has since been performed in America, Portugal Germany and Holland, as well as being broadcast throughout Europe. A DVD of the Bregenz premier is available on Capriccio 93517, produced by Phylida Lloyd and conducted by Lawrence Foster. His completion of the Chinese ballet No-ja-li ou Le Palais du Silence (1914) was also premiered in 2006 in Los Angeles and other completions include La Saulaie and the Nocturne and Poème for violin and orchestra as well as Debussy’s other Poe ope
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For violin and 17 instruments – full score and solo part only (parts on rental)

Название пользователя: Claude Debussy: Sérénade for violin and 17 instruments – full score and solo part only (parts on rental)


16.95 USD

Продавец Musik Fabrik
PDF, 890.5 Кб ID: SM-000367622 Дата публикации: 05 июл 2019
Инструменты
Флейта, Кларнет, Гобой, Английский рожок, Валторна, Скрипка, Альт, Виолончель, Контрабас, Арфа, Литавры, Бансури, Ударные
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Камерный оркестр
Тип нот
Партитура, Сольная партия
Части
1 до 1 из 1
Аранжировщик
Robert Orledge
Издатель
Musik Fabrik
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Время звучания
5'30
Instrumentation


2 flûtes/2 flutes
cor anglais (doublant hautbois/doubling oboe)
clarinette en La/clarinet in A
basson/bassoon

cor en Fa/horn in F

percission (1 éxecutant - timbales (3)/cymbale suspendue, tambour de basque)/
percussion (1 performer - timpani (3)/suspended cymbal, tambourine)

harpe/harp

9 cordes/9 strings
(2.2.2.2.1)


durée/duration: 5 minutes 30 secconds (environ/approx.)


Une versions pour violon et piano ainsi qu’une version pour violon et orchestre (31CA(hb)23/2100/timb/perc/hpe/cordes)est également disponibile/A version for violin and piano as well as a version for violin and orchestra (31EH(ob)23/2100/timp/perc/strings) is also available.

______________________

Prmière: Edmond Agapian, violin with the Calagray (CA) Youth orchestra, cond. Gareth Jones, University of Calgary, 28 Janaury, 2011

Première of the version for violin and 17 instruments: Frédéric Moisan, violin Orchestre 21 cond. Paolo Bellomio, Unveristy of Montreal, Canada,
2 March 2012




Preface:

In the early 1890s, Debussy composed the opening of a lyrical piece in E major for violin and piano, perhaps as a shorter companion piece for the violin Nocturne he was planning for the Belgian violinist Eugène Ysaÿe. After Debussy’s death in 1918, his second wife Emma often gave away sketch pages to performers or composers as memorials to her beloved husband , and this particular page was given to the Cuban born pianist and composer Joaquin Nin (1879-1949). It came up for sale in the catalogue of the British antiquarian dealer Lisa Cox in 2010 and although it might possibly be an early song for contralto and piano, the more dynamic idea in bar 12 strongly suggests the violin, especially as it begins on an open D string. Moreover, there is no text and in pieces of this length, Debussy usually wrote at least one word in, if only to remind himself where he had got to in any song.

So my starting point was a complete 12-bar melody gently undulating in the violin’s lowest register over a sensual accompaniment, rising to a climax in bar 12 and giving me a contrasting idea that I could use as a link between sections and in the cadenza. As the B section (bars 14-26) derives directly from Debussy’s opening theme by metamorphosis, my own additions were restricted to the central section (bars 27-57) - comprising a new scherzando idea (C) and the more lyrical D (bars 36-46). C returns at bar 47, followed by the opening sections in reverse order, so that the Sérénade begins and ends with Debussy’s material and is cast in arch form (ABCDCBA).

Robert Orledge
Brighton, 19 June 2019



Robert Orledge was born in Bath in 1948 and educated at Clare College, Cambridge, where he gained his doctorate for his study of the composer Charles Kœchlin in 1973. Between 1971 and 1991 He rose from Lecturer to Professor in the Music Department of the University of Liverpool, publishing books on Gabriel Fauré, Claude Debussy, Charles Kœchlin and Erik Satie, as well as numerous articles, editions and reviews. As a historical musicologist, Professor Orledge specialized in the way composers composed, ,and since taking early retirement in 2004, he has concentrated on completing and orchestrating Debussy’s unfinished works, and especially his theatre projects. His completion of Debussy’s opera The Fall of the House of Usher (1908-17) was successfully premiered at the Bregenz Opera Festival in Austria in August 2006 and has since been performed in America, Portugal Germany and Holland, as well as being broadcast throughout Europe. A DVD of the Bregenz premier is available on Capriccio 93517, produced by Phylida Lloyd and conducted by Lawrence Foster. His completion of the Chinese ballet No-ja-li ou Le Palais du Silence (1914) was also premiered in 2006 in Los Angeles and other completions include La Saulaie and the Nocturne and Poème for violin and orchestra as well as Debussy’s other Poe opera Le Diable dans
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Для скрипки и фортепиано

Название пользователя: Claude Debussy: Sérénade for violin and piano


12.95 USD

Продавец Musik Fabrik
PDF, 524.7 Кб ID: SM-000367623 Дата публикации: 05 июл 2019
Инструменты
Фортепиано, Скрипка
Состав исполнителей
Соло, Аккомпанирующее фортепиано
Тип нот
Партитура для двух исполнителей, Сольная партия
Части
1 до 1 из 1
Аранжировщик
Robert Orledge
Издатель
Musik Fabrik
Уровень сложности
Выше среднего
Время звучания
5'30
Год создания
1890
Preface:

In the early 1890s, Debussy composed the opening of a lyrical piece in E major for violin and piano, perhaps as a shorter companion piece for the violin Nocturne he was planning for the Belgian violinist Eugène Ysaÿe. After Debussy’s death in 1918, his second wife Emma often gave away sketch pages to performers or composers as memorials to her beloved husband , and this particular page was given to the Cuban born pianist and composer Joaquin Nin (1879-1949). It came up for sale in the catalogue of the British antiquarian dealer Lisa Cox in 2010 and although it might possibly be an early song for contralto and piano, the more dynamic idea in bar 12 strongly suggests the violin, especially as it begins on an open D string. Moreover, there is no text and in pieces of this length, Debussy usually wrote at least one word in, if only to remind himself where he had got to in any song.

So my starting point was a complete 12-bar melody gently undulating in the violin’s lowest register over a sensual accompaniment, rising to a climax in bar 12 and giving me a contrasting idea that I could use as a link between sections and in the cadenza. As the B section (bars 14-26) derives directly from Debussy’s opening theme by metamorphosis, my own additions were restricted to the central section (bars 27-57) - comprising a new scherzando idea (C) and the more lyrical D (bars 36-46). C returns at bar 47, followed by the opening sections in reverse order, so that the Sérénade begins and ends with Debussy’s material and is cast in arch form (ABCDCBA).

Robert Orledge
Brighton, 19 June 2019



Robert Orledge was born in Bath in 1948 and educated at Clare College, Cambridge, where he gained his doctorate for his study of the composer Charles Kœchlin in 1973. Between 1971 and 1991 He rose from Lecturer to Professor in the Music Department of the University of Liverpool, publishing books on Gabriel Fauré, Claude Debussy, Charles Kœchlin and Erik Satie, as well as numerous articles, editions and reviews. As a historical musicologist, Professor Orledge specialized in the way composers composed, ,and since taking early retirement in 2004, he has concentrated on completing and orchestrating Debussy’s unfinished works, and especially his theatre projects. His completion of Debussy’s opera The Fall of the House of Usher (1908-17) was successfully premiered at the Bregenz Opera Festival in Austria in August 2006 and has since been performed in America, Portugal Germany and Holland, as well as being broadcast throughout Europe. A DVD of the Bregenz premier is available on Capriccio 93517, produced by Phylida Lloyd and conducted by Lawrence Foster. His completion of the Chinese ballet No-ja-li ou Le Palais du Silence (1914) was also premiered in 2006 in Los Angeles and other completions include La Saulaie and the Nocturne and Poème for violin and orchestra as well as Debussy’s other Poe opera Le Diable dans le Beffroi.




Préface en français :

Au debut des années 1890, Debussy a composé le debut d’une pièce lyrique en Mi majeur pour violon et piano, peut-être pour accompagner la Nocturne pour violon que Debussy a destinée pour le violoniste belge Eugène Ysaÿe. Après la morte de Debussy en 1918, sa deuxième femme Emma avait l’habitude d’offrir ses pages d’esquisses aux intérpètes et compositeurs en souvenir de son regreté mari. Cette page d’esquisse a été offerte aux compositeur et pianiste cubain Joaquin Nin (1879-1949). Cette page a été mise en vente dans la catalogue de l’antiquaire britannique Lisa Cox en 2010 et malgré que cette esquisse est peut-être le début d‘une mélodie pour contralto et piano, l‘idée dynamique dans la douzième mesure suggère la violon, surtout qu‘elle commence sur la corde ouverte de ré. En plus, il n‘y a pas de texte et, dans les esquisses de cette longeur, Debussy habituellement met au moins un mot, pour se souvenir d‘où il avait arrêté dans un texte.

Donc, le point de départ de cette œuvre éta
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