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Jon Lord: Sarabande: Orchestra

Score | Sheet Music and Books

COMPOSER: Jon Lord
PUBLISHER: De Haske Publications
PRODUCT FORMAT: Score
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Composer Jon Lord
Publisher De Haske Publications
Product Format Score
Year of Publication 2014
ISMN 9790035228296
Instrumentation Orchestra
No. DHP 1135517-180
Composer Jon Lord
Editor Paul Mann
Description
Full Score and Study Score of this work are available for sale.
A set of individual parts are for rental only, not for sale.
Prices and conditions are available on request.
Please contact:
Hal Leonard Europe BV - Rentaldepartment
E-Mail: rental@halleonardeurope.nl


Jon Lord’s Sarabande was composed during 1975 and released as a solo album the following year. This new revised edition of the composer’s2010 concert version represents the first appearance of the work in print in any form. Lord intended it for his own use in live performance, as a companion to his celebrated Concerto for Group and Orchestra. It is a brilliant showpiece for thecombined forces of rock band and orchestra, taking inspiration from the keyboard suites of J.S. Bach. This new full score is edited by Jon Lord’s long-time musical collaborator, the conductor Paul Mann, and makes use of many previously unavailablesources including the manuscriptscores of the original version and a copy of the score corrected in consultation with the composer following the 2010 premiere. It can therefore be said to represent as closely as possible Jon Lord’s final thoughts onthe work.
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