A Set of Pieces for Theatre or Chamber Orchestra (Ives, Charles)

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Publisher. Info. New York: New Music Edition Corp., n.d.[1932].
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In the Inn (No.2)

For Piano solo

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General Information

Work Title A Set of Pieces for Theatre or Chamber Orchestra
Alternative. Title
Composer Ives, Charles
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 movements
  1. The Cage - arranged from No.64 of 114 Songs
  2. In the Inn (potpourri)
  3. In the Night
First Publication. 1932
Copyright Information Possibly public domain in EU and other 70 pma countries.
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Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Chamber Orchestra:
I. flute or oboe ad lib., english horn, timpani, piano, violins, violas, cellos
II. clarinet in B, bassoon (or baritone saxophone in E), timpani, piano, violin, viola, cello
III. bells, harps horn, violins, violas, piano (2 players), cellos, basses
See comments on last page of score for information on substitutions.


Misc. Comments

  • The string parts in no.1 are listed in the plural, those in no.2 are listed in the singular.
  • In no.2, though the instrumentation on the first page is as listed above, there is an instruction at rehearsal letter O for the clarinet to play "8va ad lib., if more than 2 Violins or if Flute is playing here with 1st Violin", 2 bars later "Clar. lower notes if Fl. plays", and 1 bar later, "[no trombone]".
  • The last page of the score has some good information on the history of theatre orchestras, and suggestions for substitutions of instruments.