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Your rating has been recorded. Write a review Rate this item: Preview this item Preview this item. An American in Paris Blues theme: George Gershwin ; Gerry Cappuccio Publisher: No Linguistic Content Rating: Subjects Woodwind quartets Saxophones 4 , Arranged -- Scores and parts.
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Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Scores and parts Document Type: The revised edition by F. Campbell-Watson calls for three saxophones, alto, tenor and baritone.
In this arrangement the soprano and alto doublings have been rewritten to avoid changing instruments. In , Gershwin specialist Jack Gibbons made his own restoration of the original orchestration of An American in Paris, working directly from Gershwin's original manuscript, including the restoration of Gershwin's soprano saxophone parts removed in F. William Daly arranged the score for piano solo which was published by New World Music in Gershwin did not particularly like Walter Damrosch's interpretation at the world premiere of An American in Paris.
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He stated that Damrosch's sluggish, dragging tempo caused him to walk out of the hall during a matinee performance of this work. The audience, according to Edward Cushing, responded with "a demonstration of enthusiasm impressively genuine in contrast to the conventional applause which new music, good and bad, ordinarily arouses. Gershwin responded to the critics, "It's not a Beethoven Symphony, you know It's a humorous piece, nothing solemn about it.
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It's not intended to draw tears. If it pleases symphony audiences as a light, jolly piece, a series of impressions musically expressed, it succeeds. On September 22, , it was announced that a musicological critical edition of the full orchestral score will be eventually released. The Gershwin family, working in conjunction with the Library of Congress and the University of Michigan , are working to make scores available to the public that represent Gershwin's true intent. It is unknown if the critical score will include the four minutes of material Gershwin later deleted from the work such as the restatement of the blues theme after the faster 12 bar blues section , or if the score will document changes in the orchestration during Gershwin's composition process.
The score to An American in Paris is currently scheduled to be issued first in a series of scores to be released.
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The entire project may take 30 to 40 years to complete, but An American in Paris will be an early volume in the series. Two urtext editions of the work have been published by the German publisher B-Note Music in The changes made by Campbell-Watson have been withdrawn in both editions.
In the extended urtext, bars of music have been re-integrated. Conductor Walter Damrosch had cut them shortly before the first performance. An American in Paris has been frequently recorded. Gershwin was on hand to "supervise" the recording; however, Shilkret was reported to be in charge and eventually asked the composer to leave the recording studio.