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Horns I & II in G from Symphony in C, III

Composer
Georges Bizet
Duration
6 minutes
Genre
Classical music

NOTE: On Feb. 11, 2006, I uploaded a revised score and set of parts correcting several errors that had been in the previous edition. One person had already purchased the old score and set as of that date. If the person who purchased a score and set of parts on Feb. 8, 2006, will contact me, I will send the revised edition of the score and a set of parts to that person FREE.

The third movement of Bizet's Symphony in C has been edited for easy page turning in the parts by providing that all parts of this movement are on either a single page, or on a two-page spread which can be opened and not require a page turn. The third movement is also re-metered into 12/8 from the original 3/4 for clarity of phrases, and for easier part following (not getting lost in countless measures on "one, one, one, one…." The basic division note was halved from a quarter to an eighth, and the former four measure groups of the old 3/4 were incorporated within a single measure of the new 12/8.

I have also provided transposed parts for Clarinets (in both B-flat and A) in place of the original Clarinets in C; transposed parts for French horns in F (as opposed to the originals in G and C), and Trumpets in B-flat (in lieu of the original in C).

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