Aria (Ibert, Jacques)
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Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Viola and Piano (Neuberth)
Paul-Louis Neuberth (1881-fl.1931)
Paris: Leduc, 1931. Plate A.L. 17,775.
cello part in piano score
|Piece Style||Early 20th century|
|Instrumentation||flute? , piano|
unspecified instrumentation (bass and tenor clefs) in the piano score
- that's because this is actually his aria for flute and piano. (or soprano, flute and piano? I gather the proper instrumentation may actually be "open instrumentation (one or two instruments) + piano" within some variability. There's a Ibert worklist published a couple decades ago, but I haven't seen it. "Aria for flute and piano" is its best-known form, certainly... - Schissel
- Actually, that's because his initial conception was not just flute, but several instruments -- Grove Music lists the instrumentation as "fl/A-cl/a sax/bn/vn/va/vc, pf". Accordingly, it has been tagged for all of the "originals".