Universal Edition - Morton Feldman – Alabama Song

Morton Feldman

Morton Feldman
Alabama Song

Year of composition: 1927/1929
Year of arrangement: 1984
Subtitle: from ‘Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny’
Scored for: for ensemble and voice ad lib.
Composer: Kurt Weill
Arranger: Morton Feldman
Text Author: Bertolt Brecht
Original Language: Englisch
Instrumentation: 0 0 0 0 - 0 1 1 0 - sop.sax(Bb), alto sax(Eb), mar, pno, cb
Instrumentation details:
1st soprano saxophone in Bb (or 1stalto sax(Eb))
2nd alto saxophone in Eb
trumpet in Bb
double bass
Remarks: This arrangement may be performed with or without vocals.
Duration: 7′
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World Première

Location: Snape Maltings Concert Hall Aldeburgh / Great Britain
Date: 13.06.2006
Orchestra: Composers Ensemble
Conductor: Dominic Muldowney
Main Soloists: Gweneth-Ann Jeffers, S

Score – Alabama Song

  • for ensemble (2 saxophones, trumpet, trombone, marimba, piano, double bass) and voice ad lib
  • Edition type: score
  • Language: English
  • UE32423
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-3002-3
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-07716-6
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