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Fellow Italian Luciano Berio spent a good deal of his own career abroad, including in the United States Tanglewood, Julliard, Harvard , but remained more connected to his native country. Duration about 10 minutes. In Benjamin Britten began working for the Film Unit of the British General Post Office, writing and arranging music for various short documentaries. The score calls for piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 2 trumpets, 3 trombones, tuba, timpani, bass drum, cymbals, tambourine, triangle, side drum, Chinese block, xylophone, castanets, gong, whip, harp and strings, plus optional narrator.
Duration about 18 minutes. The score is written so that an orchestra can perform the piece either with narration, written by Eric Crozier, or as a purely instrumental work. Both versions remain popular today.
A major part of the pleasure of hearing any set of variations is to discover how the composer has taken a theme—perhaps a very famous tune—and transformed it in many ingenious ways, until it might be almost unrecognizable, though still there to be discerned by the listener or score-reader. Beginning with the piccolo, each instrument adds to the fugue until the brass restate the original Purcell tune while the rest of the orchestra dazzlingly continues with the fugal theme.
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