Edited by Clinton F. Nieweg and Nancy M. Gradburd. With preface by the original publisher and the editors to the current edition.
Reprint of Durand, Paris 1922.
fl (d picc), cl - glock, xyl, str, solo pianos (2) in set.
Ross Pople conducts the London Festival Orchestra. This disc also includes Saint-Saens' Prelude to Le Deluge; Wedding Cake; Septet; and Sarabande No. 1.
Contents: Peter and the Wolf, children's tale for narrator & orchestra, Op. 67 / Sergey Prokofiev. Performers: New York Philharmonic (Ensemble). Conductor: Leonard Bernstein. -- Carnival of the Animals, zoological fantasy for 2 pianos & ensemble / Camille Saint-Saëns.
Transcribed by Lucien Garban.
Extra part for trombone substite for horn.
Extra part for trombone substitute for horn.
This piece had always been a favorite of the arranger, who took slow and careful steps in making these transcriptions. With a preface and note on the arranger.
Contents: L'Elephant -- Tortues -- Marche Royale Du Lion. For two baritones (B. C. or T. C.) and two tubas. Of moderate difficulty. Duration ca. 4 minutes.
Contents: L'Elephant -- Tortues -- Marche Royale Du Lion. For standard brass quintet scoring. Of moderate difficulty. Duration ca. 4 minutes.
On text by Loriot. Edited and with preface by Peter Jost. With notes and commentary on the edition and editorial practices.
Edited and with preface by Peter Jost. Text by Loriot. Bibliography.