page one of the 1. Orchestra Vlc/B part from Don Giovanni Tanzquodlibet

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Full details

This is from the Don Giovanni the famous scene with three different dances with three different characters at the same time. Every orchestra starts after another as a canon. It is a wonderful music from Mozart and it makes much joy to play it with good musicians. It�s difficult to make a right notation, because every dance has is own kind of clock (3/4, 2/4 and 3/8). But I hope you can hear a good result. The first orchestra beginns with the Menuett. It�s the largest orchestra with two oboes, two horns ( I take F horns), and strings. The smaller orchestra 2 and 3 has only one violin and a bass part. The difficult horn part ( you see it in the score with the fast triplets) is not so important. I think you can take the horn part too from the beginning. You find that easy parts in my instrumental parts in the 1. and 2. horn.

It�s difficult (like a puzzle) to recompose the three musics, but it makes much fun! If you make a concert, you should show the audience the three dances at first alone. In the opera this music is only the background for the singers and it is pitty, that people cannot heare it without the singers.

I hope you have much fun.


Composer
Mozart
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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