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Petit quatour

Petit quatour

arranged for wind octet by Sebastian Manz (2016)

based on the original version for saxophones (1935)


  • Instrumentation: 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 horns and 2 bassoons
  • Edition: Score and parts
  • Series: Edition Schott
  • Order No.: ED 22721
£49.50
Weight: 0.32 kg
Not in stock, but can be ordered - usually despatched within 7 days
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Description
The clarinetist and winner of the ARD music competition, Sebastian Manz, presents, with this arrangement, a virtuosic and varied expansion of the repertoire for wind quartet. The work by the only 23-year-old Jean Françaix, fascinating with its irony, is ideal as a charming opening piece or as an effective encore. In this arrangement with its multi-faceted instrumentation, each instrument can distinguish itself in an effective and varied way.
Details
Binding: Saddle-wire stitching
Content text: I Gaguenardise
II Cantilène
III Sérénade comique
Difficulty: advanced - difficult
ISMN: 979-0-001-16470-2
Performance duration: 10' 0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Series: Edition Schott
UPC: 841886031456
Year of composition: 1935 (2016)
page number: 84
Delivery rights: worldwide
performances
2016-07-03 | Stuttgart (Germany), Liederhalle | World Premiere
The clarinetist and winner of the ARD music competition, Sebastian Manz, presents, with this arrangement, a virtuosic and varied expansion of the repertoire for wind quartet. The work by the only 23-year-old Jean Françaix, fascinating with its irony, is ideal as a charming opening piece or as an effective encore. In this arrangement with its multi-faceted instrumentation, each instrument can distinguish itself in an effective and varied way.
Binding: Saddle-wire stitching
Content text: I Gaguenardise
II Cantilène
III Sérénade comique
Difficulty: advanced - difficult
ISMN: 979-0-001-16470-2
Performance duration: 10' 0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Series: Edition Schott
UPC: 841886031456
Year of composition: 1935 (2016)
page number: 84
Delivery rights: worldwide
2016-07-03 | Stuttgart (Germany), Liederhalle | World Premiere