El Salon Mexico. . for orchestra. Duration: 12'. Scoring. From the time of Copland's first visit to Mexico City in, when his friend Carlos Much to Copland's surprise and delight, El Salón México was welcomed warmly in. El Salon Mexico sheet music - Concert Band sheet music by Aaron Copland: Boosey & Hawkes. Shop the World's Largest Sheet Music Selection today at Sheet. Related Scores. - Copland, Aaron / SALON MEXICO, EL. Notes. Score: Autographed by Leonard Bernstein. Score Dimensions: " x ".


Author: Antonietta Grant
Country: Tuvalu
Language: English
Genre: Education
Published: 24 June 2016
Pages: 213
PDF File Size: 6.20 Mb
ePub File Size: 38.97 Mb
ISBN: 454-4-68999-238-2
Downloads: 91904
Price: Free
Uploader: Antonietta Grant


If you do not wish to be contacted, leave it blank.

El Salón México

Review Guidelines Explain exactly why you liked or disliked the product. Do you like the artist? Is the transcription accurate? Is it a good teaching tool? Did Copland approve of the changes Hindsley made?

El Salón México

Is a new band arrangement of El Salon Mexico with the orchestral copland el salon mexico score restored warranted? These are the questions that led me to develop this study in the manner that follows. At the start of this process, I determined that a new band arrangement of El Salon Mexico was warranted and could be an important addition to band literature.

In the case of El Salon Mexico, many college wind players learn the piece in the band arrangement, but then copland el salon mexico score relearn the different meters when called upon to play the original orchestral version.

Regardless of whether changing the original meters for an arrangement is an improvement or not, the relearning of music in different meters is a difficult task for both conductors and players.

Since it is highly unlikely that a different edition of the orchestral version of El Salon Mexico will be available, I felt it was important that band directors have an arrangement in which the meters of the orchestral version were maintained.

Copland, Aaron / SALON MEXICO, EL - Score and Parts

College bands of this size were much more common in the s than they are today. This trend gained acceptance at many colleges and universities in the s. The new band arrangement of El Salon Mexico was created both to restore the orchestral meters and modernize the instrumentation.

This was completed in two stages.

El Salon Mexico

First, I completed an overall study of the orchestral work, with special consideration for rhythm and meter. Second, I compared several aspects of the Hindsley band arrangement to the copland el salon mexico score score. These aspects included instrumentation, meter, beaming, key signatures, and overall scoring.

To discover any possible contact between Hindsley and Copland, I also searched for and examined copland el salon mexico score relating to the band arrangement. It includes a brief formal analysis noting thematic development and use of folksong.

The use of meter, beaming, and rhythm is also examined in depth. This will include changes made by Hindsley in the band arrangement pertaining to instrumentation, meter, beaming, key signatures, and overall scoring. All metric alterations in the Hindsley are documented and cataloged according to the type of alteration made, and the origins of these alterations are explored.


The publication history, relevant correspondence, revisions to the original band manuscript and errata are also be examined. Copland el salon mexico score includes a discussion of the decision making process regarding instrumentation, use of key 15 signatures, overall scoring, meters, and beaming.

It also documents changes made due to errata found in both the Hindsley band arrangement, as well as the original orchestral score.

New York Philharmonic: Viewer

Chapter Five presents a summary of copland el salon mexico score findings of the study and provides suggestions for further research. Description of Appendices Appendix A: He was not rejecting one kind of music for another, but felt it was time to try something new. The move toward a simpler style was a gradual transition in the works that followed.

In retrospect it seems to me that the Ode marks the end of a certain period in my development as a composer.