Works

Pictures at an exhibition (arr. Henk de Vlieger)

of Modest Mussorgski (1839-1881)


Cast separation

1. Drummer

  • vibraphone, vibraharp

2. Drummer

  • vibraphone, vibraharp

3. Drummer

  • marimbaphone, marimba, resonaphone

4. Drummer

  • marimbaphone, marimba, resonaphone

5. Drummer

  • xylophone

6. Drummer

  • Bassmarimbaphon, Marimba 5 Oktaven, C-c‘‘‘‘

7. Drummer

  • xylomarimba, xylorimba

8. Drummer

  • bass drum, big drum, baisse drum
  • castanets
  • tubular bell, tubular bells, tube bell, tube bells, tubular chime, tubular chimes
  • sleigh bells, harness bells, jingle bells
  • twig brush, switch, rod

9. Drummer

  • snare drum, small drum, side drum
  • bells, glockenspiel
  • thunder sheet
  • whip, slap stick
  • Plattenglocke in f ‘
  • Plattenglocke in dis ‘ ( es ‘ )

10. Drummer

  • Cowbell, Jazz Cowbell
  • tom-tom, jazz tom-tom
  • claves, Cuban sticks
  • Vibraslap
  • tambourine
  • cymbals, cymbals pair
  • flexatone
  • Plattenglocke in ais°
  • Plattenglocke in gis°

11. Drummer

  • Crotalesspiel 2 Oktaven
  • wind-machine, windmachine
  • triangle
  • tam-tam, Chinese Gong
  • temple bloc, Corean bloc

12. Drummer

  • Sizzle cymbal
  • cymbal, suspended cymbal
  • lithophone, stone disk
  • guiro, guiro scraper, gourd, guaracha
  • Glocke in cis° (des° )
  • Glocke in dis°(es)°
  • Glocke in e°
  • Glocke in f °
  • Glocke in fis° (ges°)
  • Glocke in g°
  • Glocke in ais° (b flat°)

1. Timpanist

  • timpani, kettle-drums

2. Timpanist

  • timpani, kettle-drums
Note: An “X” indicates that the particular instrument is necessary, although the amount is not further specified. If no percussion instrument is required for this work, the indication “Kein Schlagwerk” (no percussion instruments) appears on the list.

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