Extreme Scoring: Full symphony orchestra works that have been rescored for chamber orchestra (24 players maximum)
Restructuring Classical Music calls for expanding the reach of the classical music Canon by rescoring some of the great symphony orchestra repertory for chamber orchestra and proves the viability of this process by presenting three masterworks from the German, French, and Russian schools, representing almost 1000 pages of scores and parts. Restructuring Classical Music documents the methodologies and modalities developed for achieving this rescoring process through Extreme Scoring.
|1||Mozart Symphony No. 40, III – Menuetto||Symphony to Chamber||Analysis||Score||Sibelius|
|2||Rimsky-Korsakov: Capriccio Espagnol||Symphony to Chamber||Analysis||Score||Sibelius|
|3||Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique||Symphony to Chamber||Analysis||Score||Sibelius|
|4||Strauss: Salome’s Dance of the Seven Veils||Symphony to Chamber||Analysis||Score||Sibelius|