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Conductor's Score and Performance Parts for RENTAL ONLY. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request a rental application form.
Approximate Duration: 13'
3 flutes (1st & 2nd doubling piccolo)
3 oboes (3rd doubling English H orn)
3 Bb clarinets (2nd doubling Eb Clarinet & Bass Clarinet)
3 bassoons (3rd doubling contrabassoon)
4 horns in F
4 C trumpets (1st doubling piccolo)
percussion (3 players)
vibraphone, high triangle, glockenspiel, nipple gong (tuned to low A), crotales, tam-tam, Semantron*, Catholic Bell Tree**, 4 suspended cymbals (very high to medium), tambourine, castanets, woodblock, bass drum, crash cymbals, marimba, church bells or chimes
piano / celesta strings
* Catholic altar bells originated in the fifth Century when St. Paulinus, Bishop of Nola, introduced them as a means to summon monks to worship. Usually taking the four of four small bells, suspended on a cross of wood, altar bells can either be borrowed from a local church or ordered at a reasonable price online.
** The semantron, a long plank of wood suspended by ropes, is used in a variety of monasteries to summon monks to prayer at the start of a procession. The player can make a semantron by suspending a 1"x 6" plank of wood, lengthwise (about 6-8 feet), from cables. The player hits the semantron with heavy wooden mallets, and the resulting sound should be resonant.