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  • Incipit (Omaggio a G.B. Pergolesi)

    For soprano & ensemble

    Helga Arias

  • To The Riot Ensemble, November 2015

    z

  • INSTRUMENTATION

    Flute/ piccolo

    Clarinet in Bb/Bass Clarinet in Bb (Transposed score)

    Soprano

    Piano

    Violin

    Violoncello

  • PERFORMANCE NOTES

    GENERAL

    Acciaccature: always right before the main note or the chord following them (in levare)

    crescendo from-to complete silence

    gradual change from one playing technique to another

    quarter tones

    Accellerando within a determinate tempo

    Highest possible note

  • SOPRANO

    NV No vibrato

    Little vibrato

    Wide vibrato

    Vocal transitions1

    Oscillato from a given pitch

    Sing the indicated pitch by pronouncing the /z/ phoneme in order to distort the air stream and

    produce white noise.

    Whispering. Singing with a lot of air.

    Glissando trill

    1 See IPA chart attached. Click on the following link for the interactive chart: http://www.ipachart.com

  • STRINGS

    s.t. sul tasto

    s.p. Sul ponticello

    m.s.t. Molto sul tasto

    m.s.p. Molto sul ponticello

    ord. Ordinario

    NV non vibrare

    NP Normal Pressure

    Overpressure (sudden)

    Bowing transitions from little to high pressure and viceversa

  • With harmonic pressure, move the finger rapidly and irregularly.

    Tremolo alternating normal and harmonic pressure

    Bowing behind the bridge

    Bowing on top of the bridge

    Bowing on the wrapped part of the strings by the tailpiece

    Almost on top of the bridge (the bow must touch both the strings and the bridge)

  • WOODWINDFlute Diagram fingering chart: Clarinet in Bb fingering chart: Bass Clarinet in Bb fingering chart:

  • Playing techniques

    Multiphonics: see charts on the score

    Sing

    Little vibrato

    Wide vibrato

    Oscillato from a given pitch

    Flatterzunge

    Air note

    Air and normally produce note

  • Normal note

    Air-pitch transitions

    W.T. Whistle tones (flute)

    Special forms of WT (flute): Cover the entire mouthpiece with the lips. The teeth are loosely

    enclosed by the lips and do not touch the embouchure plate. With the tip of the tongue filling

    the lower part of the embouchure hole, the air stream flows over the tongue into the upper

    part of the embouchure hole and a high WT with a clearly defined tone is created.

    The resulting pitches are also based on the harmonic series and can be controlled by

    changing the air pressure.

    Bisbigliando: use alternative fingerings to change tone colour

    Slap

    Speaking and playing: articulate the indicated phoneme whilst providing enough air to create

    the resonance

  • Harmonics

    Multiphonics: only embochure, the higher the harmonics, the more the jaw should move

    towards the base of the reed

  • PIANO

    Preparation

    The following strings have to prepared in advance as indicated:

    Bow the indicate string with violin hair or a rosined fishing line .

    This range is to be damped with Blue-Tack and not to be removed during the whole

    performance.

    Symbols for sticks, mallets and other objects for piano preparation (see instructions on the score):

    Glass

    Soft timpani mallets

    SB Super ball

  • E-bow

    Soft rubber tube (e.g. bicycle)

    Brush

    Nail

    Playing techniques:

    Damp the string

    Harmonics: touch the appropriate node of the given string inside the piano lightly

    before touching the key (change the fundamental if necessary in order to get the

    harmonic)

    Remove the pedal gradually

  • Fast scrape upwards the indicated string with the fingernail

    Rub a Brush on the tuning pins of the lowest strings

    Sweep the string with a Super ball mallet

    Tremolo on the strings with two soft timpani mallets

    Glissando along the strings with a glass

  • A

    A

    Lontano, quasi impercettibileq = 56

    Lontano, quasi impercettibileq = 56

    Incipit (Omaggio a G.B. Pergolesi)Helga Arias

    Flute

    Bass Clarinetin Bb

    Piano

    Soprano

    Violin

    Violoncello

    ppp

    ppp

    ppp

    *embochure

    pp

    gliss. gliss.

    pp

    gliss. gliss.

    77

    18 16

    pp p pp

    ppp

    15

    pp

    ppp pp

    15p

    pp

    ebow on the indicated string

    SB

    pp

    sweep the SB upwards and downwards to keep the sound

    p

    IIIIV

    pp

    ppp

    ord

    p ppp

    m.s.p. ord IIIIV

    p pp

    35

    *) resultant pitches

    IV s.t.pp

    s.p.

    s.t. m.s.t.

    ppp

    s.t.

    ppm.s.t.

    ppp

    s.t. pp

    s.p. m.s.t.

    ppp

    s.t.

    ppm.s.t.

    ppp

    s.p.

    pp

    mp

    m.s.p.s.p.pp

  • 9poco rall.

    poco rall.

    Fl.

    Cl.

    Pno.

    S.

    Vln.

    Vc.

    234234

    pp p pp

    p

    p

    pp

    12

    13 12/13

    p

    ppp

    pp

    12

    SB

    pp p

    ord

    p

    m.s.p.

    ppp

    m.s.t.m.s.p.

    *) resulting pitches (C string)

    mp

    m.s.p. pp

    s.p. m.s.p.p

    s.p. ppp

    m.s.p.

    IVIII

    ord.

    2

  • 16

    Fl.

    Cl.

    Pno.

    S.

    Vln.

    Vc.

    pp p pp

    q = 42

    D#

    234

    pp

    16

    ppp

    p

    14

    16

    mf

    15

    remove e-bow

    SB

    pp p mf p

    O

    pp

    behind the bridge

    IVIII

    ppp mf

    q = 42

    p

    pp

    3

    p pp

    ord.5

    f

    m.s.t.

    pp

    3

    3

  • B

    B

    Pi mosso q = 72

    Pi mosso q = 72

    24

    Fl.

    Cl.

    Pno.

    S.

    Vln.

    C#

    2342

    pp mf pp f

    C#

    2342

    p

    18 14 f p

    p

    5

    pp mf

    pp

    33 5 5

    sfz

    mf

    p

    mf

    f

    pmf p

    mf

    O

    pp mf

    ha ha- ha- ha

    p

    - ha

    f Qua

    mf

    m

    p bocca chiusa

    tri

    f

    i

    p i

    f53

    3

    IIIIV ord

    IIIII ord

    pp

    mf pp

    mf

    ordNP m.s.p.

    ppp mf

    ordNP

    f

    m.s.p.

    NP NP NP NPIII

    ord.NP

    m.s.p.

    pp mf

    IIIII

    m.s.p.

    ppp

    mf

    ord.

    f

    IIIII

    p

    IIIIV

    f p

    p

    f p f

    3 33 3 3 3

    4

  • 29

    Fl.

    Cl.

    Pno.

    S.

    Vln.

    Vc.

    C#

    23423

    mp p

    C#

    pp

    2342

    mp

    5

    p

    f

    pp

    mp

    ppp

    mf

    ppp

    7 3 3 3 5 5 3

    f

    pf p

    p

    mf3 3 3 5

    p

    tri

    p f

    tris

    p

    tri

    p

    NPord.

    f

    m.s.p.

    ppp

    ord.

    p

    NPIIIIV

    f

    IIIII

    IIIIV

    p

    5

    5

    5

    5

    5

    5

    5

    5

    3

    3

    5

  • 35

    Fl.

    Cl.

    Pno.

    S.

    Vln.

    Vc.

    p pp f

    bisb.

    p ff

    p

    5 p

    45

    f

    18 mf ff

    p

    ppp

    f

    3 5

    pp p

    p

    ff

    fff

    6

    3 6 3 3

    93

    s

    mf

    i s

    p pp

    i

    mf f

    s i

    p f p3 3 3

    IIIIV

    p

    ord.NP III II

    ff mf5

    m.s.p.

    ord.NP

    f

    IVIIIff

    NPII

    mf

    3 6

    6

  • 39

    molto rall.

    molto rall.

    Fl.

    Cl.

    Pno.

    S.

    Vln.

    Vc.

    sffz

    pp

    f

    pp

    sffz pp

    f

    pp

    To Cl.

    f

    pp

    e-bow on the indicated string

    3

    fff

    ti

    f fff mf

    i

    f

    s

    p3

    7 3

    fff

    III

    sfffz

    NP

    mf 3

    m.s.p.

    pp

    f

    NP

    fff

    sfffz

    mf

    NP m.s.p.

    pp

    f

    NP

    3 3 5

    7

  • C

    C

    Tempo primo q = 56

    Tempo primo q = 56

    42

    Fl.

    Cl.

    Pno.

    S.

    Vln.

    Vc.

    mf pp p pp sing and play

    pp

    pp

    p pp ppp

    * Violin Hair or fishing line (rosined)

    i

    mfI

    pp

    i

    pp p pp

    I i

    pI

    pp

    i

    ppI

    m.s.p.

    pp

    m.s.t.

    p

    m.s.p.

    pp

    m.s.t.

    p pp

    8

  • 55

    Fl.

    Cl.

    Pno.

    S.

    Vln.

    Vc.

    pp

    /z/

    pp /z/p /z/ppp /z/

    pp

    flz

    p

    flz

    ppp pp

    remove ebow

    pp

    Rub a brush on the tuning pins on the lowest strings

    pp ppp

    i

    ppp /z/

    pppnoisy

    /z/

    pp /z/

    pp /z/

    IIIIV

    pppp * bowing on top of the bridge

    p

    ppp

    m.s.p.

    pppp

    9

  • 64 D

    D

    Fl.

    Cl.

    Pno.

    S.

    Vln..

    Vc.

    pp

    f mf

    W.T.

    pp

    pp

    f mf p pp

    5

    pp

    ppp

    * bowing on top of the bridge

    pp

    IIIIV f

    I NP

    ord.

    p f

    III

    f

    m.s.t. ord.NP

    mf

    IIIII

    pp

    10

  • 71molto acce

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