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Hello, I was wondering if you guys could help me find some info on where i could find some band and orchestral accompaniments. Like, who rents them, or how much it costs to rent them, or where i can find them if they dont have to be rented.


Ibert - Concertino da Camera
Glazunov - Concerto
Milhaud - Scaramouche (is the accompaniment orch. or band?)
Maurice - Tableaux de Provence (same ?)
Creston - Concerto

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All the pieces you mentioned were written for orchestra although Creston arranged his concerto for Band also

Although if you look around i'm sure you'll find someone who made an arrangement of those pieces with band. I know for a fact that Glazunov was arranged with band accom.
 

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As BlueLight said, they're all arranged for orchestra.

I do know the Glazunov has a band arrangement, and I know the Tableaux has one as well.

I don't know about the others...Scaramouche has a woodwind quintet arrangement though, that's kind of cool too.
 

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There is a version of Ibert for chamber winds. Brian Sacawa has performed and recorded this, so ask him.

http://www.briansacawa.com

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Angel said:
There is a version of Ibert for chamber winds. Brian Sacawa has performed and recorded this, so ask him.

http://www.briansacawa.com

Angel
The original version isn't played very much anymore either...and it only requires 11 other instruments. I believe that you can get it from Durand.

EDIT: Looks like some of the Glazunov parts are available on classicsax.com
 

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The original version with only 11 instruments was just played here at FSU last night. It's been a while since I heard Ibert live with that accomp
 

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Tableaux de provence:
There are two versions, one with orchestra that's for rental with leduc. The one with band is unknown to me but I know it's somewhere out there...

Glazounov:
I don't know if it's for rental or purchase, but my teacher has the complete set of score/parts for chamber orchestra. There are also versions for band and saxophone choir available.

Ibert:
I heard this once live, with saxophone choir.

Milhaud:
There is a version for saxophone and orchestra. There's also a version available for band and a smaller arrangement for chamber winds.
 

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I can't seem to find the Glazounov Concerto arr. for Alto saxophone and Band anywhere on Dornpub's website. The arrangement of Scaramouche for band would be interesting to see. Has anyone seen it? I've been looking all over the place and can't find anything.
 

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AltoDM said:
I can't seem to find the Glazounov Concerto arr. for Alto saxophone and Band anywhere on Dornpub's website. The arrangement of Scaramouche for band would be interesting to see. Has anyone seen it? I've been looking all over the place and can't find anything.
Correct. I'm sorry, my wording in my above post was a little unclear. The Glaz with orch and the Maurice with band is what I meant. Both are on this page under composer name:

http://www.dornpub.com/ken/saxband.html
 
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