Double Concerto (Steiger)

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Rand Steiger


General Info

Year: 1987
Duration: c. 27:00
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Leisure
Cost: Score and Parts - $0.00   |   Score Only - $0.00


Movements

1. introduction
2. piano concerto
3. piano cadenza
4. episode and transition
5. percussion concerto
6. percussion cadenza
7. development (weaving all previous sections)
8. double cadenza
9. simultaneous recapitulation (sections 2 and 5)
10. finale


Instrumentation

Marimba, Vibraphone, Crotales

Piano
Two Chamber Orchestras



Program Notes

Program Note for Double Concerto (1985) The title Double Concerto refers not only to the two soloists, and two orchestras, but also to the form. Within it are two concertos, one for each soloist. Both use similar harmonic material, but differ in context and mood.

Double Concerto was premiered by the Los Angeles Philharmonic in November 1987, with John Harbison conducting. The soloists, to whom the work was originally dedicated, were Daniel Druckman, and Alan Feinberg, who subsequently performed it with the American Composers Orchestra in New York.

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Works for Percussion by this Composer

Dialogues II (Steiger) - Marimba, Orchestra
Double Concerto (Steiger) - Mallets, Orchestra, amplified harpsichord, amplified harp, amplified guitar, strings; piano
Elusive Peace - Multiple Percussion, Cello
Frames - Multiple Percussion, with amplified ensemble: flute, bass clarinet, piano, violin, cello, and electric bass
Kennedy Sketches - Mallets (Mar/Vibes)



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