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Playing an orchestral reduction is not always the most joyous of times for pianists. As pianists, we have to express a reduced idea of all the instruments and orchestral textures

Playing an orchestral reduction is not always the most joyous of times for pianists. As pianists, we have to express a reduced idea of all the instruments and orchestral textures that are in the full score. However, in many cases, there are often omissions, errors or discrepancies in the existing published reductions. These reductions are made by a variety of people: editors, conductors, pianists, but rarely by the composer, and often do not reflect the composer's true intentions.

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    • Partial requirement for: D.M.A., Arizona State University, 2011
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    • Field of study: Music
    • Contains: Sibelius, Jean, 1865-1957. Concerto, violin, orchestra, op. 47, D minor; arranged

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