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(violin part)
Music for Septet & Computer
for flute, clarinet, trombone, piano, percussion, violin, & cello
by Cort Lippe
2013
Commissioned by the E-Mex Ensemble für neue Musik, and made possible with funds from the
Ministerium für Familie, Kinder, Jugend, Kultur und Sport des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen
© 2013 Cort Lippe
All International Rights Reserved
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Instrumentation:
Flute in C
Clarinet in Bb
Tenor Trombone (with straight mute)
Piano
Percussion (see details below)
Violin
Cello
Full score is in C.
Accidentals hold throughout a measure unless cancelled by a natural sign.
cues in the full score for the computer part
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All instruments should be amplified with cardioid or hyper-cardioid microphones.
(Piano and percussion should have two microphones each, and the other instruments need one each.)
Percussion Instruments
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mic 1
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Suggested stage setup:
piano
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trombone
clarinet
violin
flute
cello
conductor
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