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Greek

Greek

Opera in 2 Acts


  • Edition: vocal/piano score
  • Language: English - German
  • Order No.: ED 12348

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€62.00  *
Incl. VAT and excl. shipping Weight: 0.83 kg

Description
Greek is a translation of the Oedipus myth into the contemporary East End of London. Racism, violence and mass unemployment appear as metaphors for the plague that afflicts London, and form the background for the story of Eddy.
Details
Binding: Paperback/Soft Cover
ISMN: 979-0-2201-1549-3
Performance duration: 90'0"
Publisher: Schott Music Ltd., London
Uraufführung : 17. Juni 1988 München - Carl Orff Saal
instrumentation: fl. (afl, pic, bodhran 1 (hit with double headed stick), large metal bar (hit with hammer)) · ob 1 (ca, brake drum (hit with hammer, shared with ob 2), bodhran 2 (hit with double-headed stick)) · ob 2 (ca, brake drum (hit with hammer, shared with ob 1) · Bbcl 1 (bcl, Ebcl, medium tom-tom 1 (hit with hard stick) · Bbcl (bcl, medium tom-tom 2 (hit with hard stick) · sopsax (asax, barsax, vibraslap, ratchet 1) - hrn 1 in F (large tom-tom 1, metal bar 1) · hrn 2 in F (large tom-tom 2, metal bar 2) · Ctpt (large metal dustbin lid) · tbn (very large metal sheet) - 1 or 2perc: (1) timp., pedal b.d., mil.dr. (with snares), 4 tom-toms, large ride cym., hi-hat, antique cym. (drum sticks); (2) large b.dr. (without pedal), large tom-tom, bodhran 3, very large sus. cym., tamb., wh., ratch. 2, tri., very low gng, xyl., mar., vib., crots., tub.bells, multi-guiro, hand bells, desk bells, cel.)-hrp (low log drum and bodhran 4 (hit with double-headed stick).pno (epno (Yamaha or Fender Rhodes), police whistle 1 and claves 1)-va (large ratch. 2).3vc (claves 2, ratch. 3).db (police whistle 2)
occupation: Eddy · high baritone - Wife, Doreen, Sphinx II and Waitress I · mezzo soprano - Dad, Cafe Manager, Police Chief · baritone - Mum, Sphinx I and Waitress II · soprano - 4 actors · speaking roles
page number: 228
Greek is a translation of the Oedipus myth into the contemporary East End of London. Racism, violence and mass unemployment appear as metaphors for the plague that afflicts London, and form the background for the story of Eddy.
Binding: Paperback/Soft Cover
ISMN: 979-0-2201-1549-3
Performance duration: 90'0"
Publisher: Schott Music Ltd., London
Uraufführung : 17. Juni 1988 München - Carl Orff Saal
instrumentation: fl. (afl, pic, bodhran 1 (hit with double headed stick), large metal bar (hit with hammer)) · ob 1 (ca, brake drum (hit with hammer, shared with ob 2), bodhran 2 (hit with double-headed stick)) · ob 2 (ca, brake drum (hit with hammer, shared with ob 1) · Bbcl 1 (bcl, Ebcl, medium tom-tom 1 (hit with hard stick) · Bbcl (bcl, medium tom-tom 2 (hit with hard stick) · sopsax (asax, barsax, vibraslap, ratchet 1) - hrn 1 in F (large tom-tom 1, metal bar 1) · hrn 2 in F (large tom-tom 2, metal bar 2) · Ctpt (large metal dustbin lid) · tbn (very large metal sheet) - 1 or 2perc: (1) timp., pedal b.d., mil.dr. (with snares), 4 tom-toms, large ride cym., hi-hat, antique cym. (drum sticks); (2) large b.dr. (without pedal), large tom-tom, bodhran 3, very large sus. cym., tamb., wh., ratch. 2, tri., very low gng, xyl., mar., vib., crots., tub.bells, multi-guiro, hand bells, desk bells, cel.)-hrp (low log drum and bodhran 4 (hit with double-headed stick).pno (epno (Yamaha or Fender Rhodes), police whistle 1 and claves 1)-va (large ratch. 2).3vc (claves 2, ratch. 3).db (police whistle 2)
occupation: Eddy · high baritone - Wife, Doreen, Sphinx II and Waitress I · mezzo soprano - Dad, Cafe Manager, Police Chief · baritone - Mum, Sphinx I and Waitress II · soprano - 4 actors · speaking roles
page number: 228
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