Horn 2 in E^b, B^b Basso Horn, Horn in E, Horn in D, Horn in F, Horn in B, Horn in E^b part from Siegfried-Idyll

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An arrangement for symphonic wind (and double bass) of Wagner's orchestral piece. I have transposed it from E to Eb major mainly for the clarinettists,who have most of the string parts. Most of the clarinet parts have some divisi, so ideally 2 clarinets per instrument. The clarinets are now in Bb rather in A as in a lot of the original. The horn parts are now mainly in Eb (E in the original).This maintains the clarity of reading the parts. I also include 2 horn in F parts for any players unused to rapid transposition, but, although easeier to play, to me, as a horn player, just don't look right! The trumpet part (originally trumpet in C) would have been trumpet in B, so I have arranged using trumpet in Bb and added a key signature. The trumpet part,which only has 13 bars of playing, can be omittted, but it's entry for this few bars, gives the music that oomph!! at that time.

A challenge for all players, but well worth it.


Composer
Richard WAGNER arr R Thompson
Duration
15 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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