Tam O'Shanter (Chadwick, George Whitefield)
Wood Drum/Chinese Drum/Sand Block/Rattle
*#362661 - 0.85MB, 10 (3, 4, 3) pp. - (0) - V/V/V - 3x⇩
Boston: Boston Music Co., n.d..
Original images: ca.220dpi, color jpg files approx. 2300 by 3000 pixels. Editing: converted to black and white tif files, de-skewed, re-sampled to 600dpi, and set uniform margins. Blank pages inserted to facilitate duplex printing. Due to the nature of the parts (an engraving based upon a copyist's manuscript) once it was converted to black and white determining editorial additions by the performers became difficult. Those I caught I removed. Any left would be attributed to NYPO conductor Josef Stránský (1872–1936) from the 1917 performance. PDF split of Cypressdome's "Complete Parts" file (#362604) by Sallen112. *According to the score Carolus uploaded (#17150), the score has a "Glockenspiel" being played rather than in the part above "Bells" being played, (Xylophone/Bells) part.
|Work Title||Tam O'Shanter|
|Alternative Title||Tam O'Shanter, Symphonic Ballad after Robert Burns|
|Composer||Chadwick, George Whitefield|
|Movements/Sections||1 - Allegro moderato ( = 92)|
|Year/Date of Composition||1914–15|
|First Performance||1915?, Litchfield Festival, Norfolk.|
|First Publication||1917 – Boston: Boston Music Co.|