1 Andrew Rindfleisch Circus Music for Chamber Orchestra
2 Circus Music (999) for chamber orchestra duration: minutes Andrew Rindfleisch Manzo Music This is a Transposed Score Instrumentation Piccolo Flute Oboe Clarinet in B-flat Bassoon Horns in F trumpets in C Trombones Timpani (4 drums)* Percussion* (amplified)** Strings * Timpani: (4 Drums) -~. * Percussion I:...,.' 7< Floor Tom Tom-toms - =-.- Susp. Cym Crash Cymbals.. ~,~, Xylophone D :;;/... 0 Chimes 9K--/~~' ~-fjn~--' ":Jll.../' ~... ~. IT I,I p. n _ - * Percussion II: Triangle Bass Drum Snare Drum ~ ** should be amplified through a single speaker. Dynamic level should equal the piano at its loudest dynamic. Required setup for,, Percussion, and Timpani: IXylophone-Percussion I I I I I I IConductor I I Percussion III ITimpani I
3 Molto drammatico = ca. 0 Circus Music Andrew Rindfleisch Piccolo Flute Oboe B Clarinet Bassoon mute F Horns mute C Trumpets Trombones Timpani Percussion st. mute D B D A Floor Tom Bass Drum st. mute st. mute st. mute Suspended Cymbals possibile Flr. Tom Molto drammatico = ca. 0 senza vib. sempre sul D sempre * Violin I senza vib. sempre sul D sempre * possibile Violin II senza vib. sempre sul D sempre * possibile senza vib. Viola possibile senza vib. sempre Violoncello possibile Contrabass * All D s one whole step above middle C should be played on the D string throughout the piece unless otherwise noted. Copyright 999 by Andrew Rindfleisch. All Rights Reserved.
4 9 possibile possibile 9 9 possibile possibile possibile possibile Susp. Cym. (B.D.) 9 pizz. arco pizz. arco
5 Snare Drum Tom-toms Susp. Cym. B.D. st. mute st. mute 6 6 sul G
6 4 con bravura con bravura pizz. arco pizz. arco pizz. arco
12 (Toms) (S.D.) Xylophone (hard mallets) con bravura 8 con bravura 6 senza vib. sul E pizz. arco senza vib. pizz. pizz. arco senza vib. pizz. pizz.
13 (Xylo.) () (S.D.) 8 68 arco
14 (Xylo.) (S.D.) sul E arco arco senza vib.
15 3 78 rit D B F A (S.D.) Chimes ord. rit. (vib. poco) (sul D) ord. (vib. poco) (sul D) ord. (vib. poco) ord. (vib. poco)
16 4 86 Molto intenso = ca poco rit. 86 st. mute st. mute 86 (Chimes) st. mute st. mute 86 Molto intenso = ca poco rit. senza vib. pizz. arco senza vib. pizz. arco
17 5 94 a tempo Meno = ca. 60 poco rit. a tempo poco rit. a tempo (Chimes) B.D. 94 a tempo Meno = ca. 60 poco rit. a tempo poco rit. a tempo sub. ord. (vib.) drammatico drammatico poco poco poco poco poco poco
18 6 05 poco rit. rit. a tempo ( = ca. 60) poco rit. rit. a tempo ( = ca. 60) poco ord. (vib.) poco poco poco poco poco poco poco poco
19 7 5 rit. espressivo 5 mute mute 5 cup mute cup mute cup mute cup mute 5 rit. ord. (vib.) cantabile sord. espressivo sord. sord.
20 8 3 a tempo poco rit. a tempo 3 3 A B D G ansioso 6 con bravura 3 a tempo ord. (vib.) cantabile sord. poco rit. a tempo senza sord.
21 poco Flr. Tom soft mallets (B.D.) 6 gliss. D C 3 drammatico drammatico
22 (Flr. Tom) (B.D.) 6 6 G F 36
23 40 rit. Broadly = ca. 56 poco rit. a tempo ( =56) (Flr. Tom) (B.D.) C D 6 3 rit. Broadly = ca. 56 senza sord. poco rit. a tempo ( =56) 40 legato espressivo senza sord. legato espressivo senza sord. legato espressivo
24 46 rit D C 46 rit.
25 5 Majestic meno poco = ca. 5 rit. Più Subito = 0 3 legato legato legato legato 5 legato espressivo legato espressivo 5 (B.D.) Crash Cymbals solo legato espressivo 5 Majestic meno poco = ca. 5 legato rit. Più Subito = 0 espressivo legato espressivo senza vib. sempre senza vib. sempre senza vib. sempre
26 sub. 60 st. mute st. mute sub. sub. sub. Triangle 60
27 (Tri.) 67
29 (Crash Cym.) B.D. 77 sub. sub. sub.
30 sub. sub. sub.
31 feroce feroce feroce feroce feroce
33 3 96 legato 96 legato 96 Chimes S.D. 96 sul G sul G legato sul G ord. (vib.) legato
34 3 0 0 mute 0 (Chimes) (S.D.) mute st. mute Flr. Tom (sticks) B.D. st. mute st. mute st. mute Susp. Cym. 0 (sul D) senza vib. sempre pizz. sempre senza vib. (sul D) pizz. (sul D) senza vib. sempre senza vib. sempre
35 S.D. Toms 09 arco arco
36 Susp. Cym. B.D. st. mute st. mute 6 5 sul G
37 35 Tri. Xylo. con bravura con bravura (sul D) (sul D)
38 con bravura D B C F (Xylo.) con bravura B.D. 8 6
39 Chimes L.H. 3
40 (Chimes) S.D. 36
41 39 4 poco accel. accel. 4 cresc. 4 cresc. (S.D.) 4 poco accel. accel. cresc.
42 40 49 = ca legato legato legato 49 legato legato = ca ord. (vib.) ord. (vib.) ord. (vib.)
43 Tri. 56
44 4 64 = ca poco rit. 64 lip gliss. 64 Crotale B.D. Susp. Cym. (sticks) 8 64 = ca poco rit.
46 Program Note Circus Music is a title that stems from an initial passing interest in the word "circus". While living in Italy during the years , I visited many ancient Roman amphitheaters and became interested in the many definitions and visual images the word "circus" has engendered over the past 000 years. These include the ancient Roman gladiatorial games, chariot races, and the slaughtering of animals; the large public spaces in London, marking the intersection of major thoroughfares, filled with people, lights, and noise; and the performances of traveling entertainers under the big top, complete with clowns, exotic animals, and death defying acts. Informally, the word has become associated with any environment that gives way to rowdiness or noisy disorder. All share the significant attribute of public spectacle. Circus Music is, then, an entertainment piece of sorts. A fantasy for chamber orchestra exploring the showmanship, fun, and cliché associated with "the circus". (A. Rindfleisch)
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