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  Last_name   First_name   Title   Year_created   duration   other_duration   instrumentation   comments   Canadian_composer   Array_commission   other_publisher   original_manuscript   Performed   Recorded  
HallEmilyMiniatures - YCW 200220025V 5 to 10Clarinet
Percussion 1
Piano
Violin 1
other (see comments)
YCW
Bass Clarinet
Perc is: vibes, timpano,
small gong, sus. cym.,
bongo, brushes, shaker.
yes   yesJune 2, 2002, The Music
Gallery at St. George the
Martyr
SugárMiklosChorea198346.6V to 9.1Clarinet
Cello
Piano
other (see comments)
Also for prepared piano -
one player. In place of
prep. pno. use
synthesizer. The title
refers to the music of
Chick Corea and the
chorus of the ancient
Greek theatre. Hungarian
composer.
   Akkordyes 
MelnykLubomyrHaf197639V to 63Violin 1
Piano
other (see comments)
Incomplete
For 3 pianos and 3 or 9
violins.
Players read from score.
Unclear if score is
complete.
yes     
TremblayGillesSolstices (ou Les Jours
et Les Saisons Tournent)
197110V to 15Flute
Clarinet
Horn
Contrabass
Percussion 1
Percussion 2
Score only.yes  Editions Quebec-Musique,
1981
Yes 
TihanyiLaszlo[Duplex] - Motetus19804V or 8Graphic Notation
Instructional Notation
other (see comments)
Variable instrumentation:
For 6 or 12 players or
two pianos or vocal
ensemble.
    yes 
BartulisVidmantasCollected Scores198293 Vother (see comments) Sent from Lithuania      
BayleyJonathanStructures19770VGraphic Notation
other (see comments)
Incomplete
Any instruments. 5
sections
1,2,4,5, - section 3
missing
4 Graphic (architectural)
drawings
yes   yes 
BergGeraldI'll Get it in My Lunch1984 VOrchestra
other (see comments)
Double Woodwind Quartet
and Improvising Soloist
yes     
BrechtGeorgeEvents by195966 Vother (see comments)
Instructional Notation
various scenarios for
musicians/variable
instrumentation.
Theatrical (Fluxus)
      
CageJohn0'0"1962 VInstructional Notation
Electronics
other (see comments)
Performed in any way by
anyone.
Requires maximum
amplification (no
feedback).
Written for Yoko Ono and
Toshi Ichiyangi.
4'33" part 2 and
also part 3 of of a work
of which Atlas
Eclipticalis is part 1.
   PetersYes 


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