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Symphony No. 1

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Orchestra
COMPOSER: Easley Blackwood
PUBLISHER: Theodore Presser Company
PRODUCT TYPE: Studyscore
If the 2nd flute has no low B-natural, C-natural be played instead. (3rd movement measure 235 page 91) The part for the bass clarinet is written entirely in the treble clef a major ninth above the actual pitch. Horn parts written in the bass clef sound a fourth higher, never a fifth lower. If the
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Instrument Group Orchestra
Composer Easley Blackwood
Publisher Theodore Presser Company
Instrumentation Orchestra
Product Type Studyscore
Style Period Post 1901
Style Contemporary
Style Period Post 1901
No. THE46600001
Description
If the 2nd flute has no low B-natural, C-natural be played instead. (3rd movement measure 235 page 91) The part for the bass clarinet is written entirely in the treble clef a major ninth above the actual pitch. Horn parts written in the bass clef sound a fourth higher, never a fifth lower. If the special percussion instruments are not availalbe, the following substitutions may be made: The E-natural for the antique cymbals may be played on a glockenspiel (not the celesta): and The Bb for the small timpano on a side drum with snares silenced, struck with a soft felt stick. Several contrabasses must be provided with means for producing the extra low tones.
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