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Universal Edition - Sir Harrison Birtwistle – Endless Parade

Sir Harrison Birtwistle

Sir Harrison Birtwistle
Endless Parade

Year of composition: 1986-1987
Scored for: for trumpet, strings and vibraphone
Composer: Sir Harrison Birtwistle
Soloists: trumpet in C
Instrumentation: 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 - vib, vln(14), vla(4), vc(4), cb(2)
Instrumentation details:
vibraphone
1st, 2nd violin
3rd, 4th violin
5th, 6th violin
7th, 8th violin
9th, 10th violin
11th, 12th violin
13th, 14th violin
1st, 2nd viola
3rd, 4th viola
1st, 2nd violoncello
3rd, 4th violoncello
1st, 2nd contrabass
Commissioned by: Commissioned by Paul Sacher for Hakan Hardenberger and the Collegium Musicum
Duration: 17′30″
 
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Endless Parade

World Première

Location: Zürich / Switzerland
Date: 01.05.1987
Orchestra: Collegium Musicum
Conductor: Paul Sacher
Main Soloists: Hakan Hardenberger, Tr

Score – Endless Parade

  • for trumpet, strings and vibraphone
  • Edition type: score
  • UE18520
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-5338-1
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-04098-6
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