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String Instruments. Wind Instruments. Vocal Music. Chamber Music and Ensembles. Film Music. Stage Works. Performing Rights. Primary School. Secondary School. Music Lessons. For Kids. My Account. Shopping Cart 0 item. My Cart. Facsimile of the draft score and the first fair copy of the full score. The present fac-simile volume containing comprehensive manuscript material of the work in high-quality colour reproduction is published by the Paul Sacher Foundation to mark the 80th birthday of Pierre Boulez.
Apart from the pencil draft and the first fair copy in ink, this edition contains selected sketches and drafts. Offering a fascinating look into the workshop of the then year-old composer, these sources are explained in detail in the accompanying commentary. Clothbound in slipcase, pages, 38x30cm with an introduction in French and English, numerous commented illustrations of sketches and documents, as well as music examples.
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Pierre Boulez: Le Marteau sans maître
Before Le Marteau , Boulez had established a reputation as the composer of modernist and serialist works such as Structures I , Polyphonie X , as well as his infamously "unplayable" Second Piano Sonata Jameux b , In Boulez revised the order of these movements and interpolated three newly composed ones Mosch , 44— In addition, the movements were grouped in two closed cycles: first the three "Artisanat furieux" movements, then the three "Bourreaux de solitude" ones, otherwise in the order of the final score. The first movement, though fundamentally the same composition, was originally scored as a duet for vibraphone and guitar—the flute and viola were added only in the revision—and numerous less significant alterations were made to playing techniques and notation in the other movements Siegele , 8—9. Boulez's work was chosen to represent France at this festival.
Le Marteau sans maître
Despite the problems caused by the Corona-virus our Webshop and the contact forms on our website are fully available. You may also address your inquiries to customer-relations universaledition. Thank you for your understanding if our answer takes longer as usual because of the current restrictions. Your Universal Edition Team. Each of the parts is scored differently; four are for voice and changing instruments, while five are purely instrumental. On the one hand, the five instrumental pieces are organised in a prelude and postlude to the first vocal piece and, on the other, in three commentaries on the third vocal piece. However, cohesive vocal and instrumental parts do not follow one another directly; they are woven throughout the entire piece like a web.
Le marteau sans maître