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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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