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Luis Tinoco: Spam! (Study Score) ~ Study Score (Narration/Baritone Voice/Ensemble)
£32.00  Add to wishlist
Availability  Print On Demand. Usually ships in 5 working days
Skill Level Not Rated
Media Sheet Music
Publisher University Of York Music Press

Scored for Baritone/Narrator and Ensemble, this humerous work takes its texts from various sources, including internet spam! More
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Peter Maxwell Davies: Eight Songs For A Mad King (Male Voice/Piano) ~ Study Score (Voice, Piano Accompaniment)
£16.99  Add to wishlist
Availability  Special Order. Usually ships in 7 working days
Skill Level Advanced
Media Sheet Music
Publisher Boosey & Hawkes

The poems which form the basis of this work were inspired by a miniature mechanical organ playing eight tunes, once the property of George III... More
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Thea Musgrave: Chamber Concerto No.3 (Study Score) ~ Study Score (Chamber Ensemble)
£17.95  Add to wishlist
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Skill Level Not Rated
Media Sheet Music
Publisher Chester Music

This work was commissioned by the Anglo-Austrian Music Society and was written in the last six months of 1966.  More
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Benjamin Britten: Night Mail (Study Score) ~ Study Score (Voice/Flute/Oboe/Bassoon/Trumpet/Percussion/Harp/Violin/Viola/Cello/Double Bass/Ensemble)
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£16.95  Add to wishlist
Availability  In Stock. Usually ships in 24 hours
Skill Level Not Rated
Media Sheet Music
Publisher Chester Music

Study score of Benjamin Britten's Night Mail arranged for speaker and small ensemble. Verse by W.H. Auden. The first performance of this work took place November 1977, London. Duration 5 minutes. More