Facade Entertainments
William Walton Edition vol. 7
by William Walton
Clarinet - Sheet Music

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Narrator, flute (+piccolo), clarinet (+basso continuol), asx, trumpet in C, perc, cello (1-2 players)
Percussion: SD, cym, tri, Chinese blk, cas, tamb, jingles) (narrator, fl (+picc), cl (+bcl), asx, tpt in C, perc, vc (1-2 players) Percussion: SD, cym, tri, Chinese blk, cas, tamb, jingles)) - Difficult

SKU: OU.9780193593855

William Walton Edition vol. 7. Composed by William Walton. Edited by David Lloyd-Jones. Mixed Ensemble. William Walton Edition. Full score. 272 pages. Duration 50'. Oxford University Press #9780193593855. Published by Oxford University Press (OU.9780193593855).

ISBN 9780193593855. 13 x 10 inches.

This volume presents new editions of Facade Entertainment, and Facade 2, and four hitherto unpublished numbers all in new, clear engraving. A detailed preface explains the fascinating history of the work, with full textual notes and an appendix of the poems. The score and parts are also available from the OUP Hire Library.

About William Walton Edition

In March 2014 Oxford University Press published the last volume in its magnificent William Walton Edition, the only complete critical edition of a 20th-century British composer's oeuvre. All 24 volumes are handsomely printed and bound. Walton's entire output is now available to scholars and performers in a definitive and fully practical edition, based on the form in which the composer ultimately wished his music to be performed. The general editor, David Lloyd-Jones - the eminent conductor, English music specialist, and founder of Opera North - invited a world-class expert to edit each volume. Carefully researched introductory essays place the works in their historical context and in the composer's oeuvre, and there are full critical notes.