Vienne (Konstantinoff, Kostia)

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Sheet Music


PDF scanned by jurabe
Jurabe (2013/6/11)

PDF scanned by jurabe
Jurabe (2013/6/11)

Publisher. Info. Paris: Max Eschig, 1935. Plate M.E. 4776
Misc. Notes With composer's markings in blue and red using probably one of the typical thick tete-beche color pencils that was, and still is, quite often used in France. The high-res scans have been left in their original poor state, for the sake of authenticity.
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General Information

Work Title Vienne
Alternative. Title
Composer Konstantinoff, Kostia
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IKK 10
First Publication. 1935
Dedication Kurt Broschek
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation 3 Flutes (one for piccolo, one ad lib.), 2 oboes (or 1 English horn), 2 clarinets in B (or 1 bass in B), 1 alto saxophone (or baritone saxophone), 2 bassoons, 1 contrabassoon, 4 horns in F, 2 trumpets in C, 3 trombones, 1 tuba, 3 timpani, cymbals, drums, tam tam, triangle, keyboard xylophone and glockenspiel, celesta, harp, piano, strings

Misc. Comments

This complete proof edition is part of the Konstantinoff archives, and is the second of two versions therein. A prior version is in an even worse condition, eaten away by humidity and mould, due to the dire circumstances in which they were found (see the uploader's talk page for details). This score bears the number 7, which may mean anything. The composer, who dedicated his work to the Hamburg publisher Kurt Broschek, intended it as a gift copy for his "mentor and friend", Eugène Bigot, as the signed autograph on page 2 testifies. Eugène Bigot (1888-1965) enjoyed a distinguished career as a conductor and pedagogue and was probably instrumental in K.Konstantinoff being appointed as the conductor of the Orchestre National de la Radio during the war years, since Bigot had contributed toward its foundation, together with Inghelbrecht, in 1934.