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|Work Title||Jahrmarkt bei London|
|Alternative. Title||Bank Holiday, Souvenir of “Hampstead Heath” - Orchesterphantasie|
|Composer||Klenau, Paul von|
|Librettist||Unspecified, presumably by the composer|
|Average DurationAvg. Duration||18 minutes|
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period||Early 20th century|
|Piece Style||Early 20th century|
|Instrumentation||Boy alto (or adult contralto) and Orchestra: 2+picc.2.2(B♭).2+cbsn. - 4.3(C).3.1. - Timp + *5–6 Perc (2nd Timpanist, Triangle, Cymbals, Tambourine, mid-sized Ratchet [as would be found in a market, see p. 40], Large Tenor Drum [see p. 40], Bass Drum, Tamtam, if possible Deep Bell in C [see p. 58]) - Mandolin, Harp, Pno - Strings|
See page 2 for the composer's program for this work (given in both German and English).
(Note on orchestration)
*Note: indication “Gr. Trommel mit Becken” (pp. 39–43) suggests that perhaps these should be played by one musician, with the cymbal attached to the bass drum, thus requiring one fewer percussionist.