Bottesini Reverie Accompaniment in Orchestra Tuning…and more!

Bottesini Reverie
Bottesini Reverie
Orchestral tuned accompaniment for Bottesini's Reverie. Accompaniment only - follows traditional Fred Zimmerman edits which is the version most readily available and used. I originally did this to have the accompaniment in orchestra tuning as I couldn't find it elsewhere. As I was revising it I decided to modify it for a modern with a focus on legibility. - Engraved and designed with the accompanist in mind to be easy to read. - Only bass and treble clefs used in solo bass part - Clear measure numbers in different font - Considerations for page turns, systems, and phrasing - Tuplet font reduced and adjusted - Not all tuplet numbers are included to improve legibility. I excluded ones after notating many. ____________________________ There is a solo bass version included but it is with my edits and interpretations. - Not all triplets / tuplets have a number above or below them. Most are obvious and are excluded for legibility and leaving space for the performer to write things in. - Design and fonts chosen for legibility. - A few modern fingering suggestions have been added. - Slurs and phrasing edited for both musicality as well as maintaining a soloistic tone.
Price: $10.00

 

I originally did this to have the accompaniment in orchestral tuning as I couldn’t find it elsewhere.

As I was revising it I decided to modify it for a modern with a focus on legibility.

– Engraved and designed with the accompanist in mind to be easy to read.
– Only bass and treble clefs used in solo bass part
– Clear measure numbers in different font
– Considerations for page turns, systems, and phrasing
– Tuplet font reduced and adjusted
– Not all tuplet numbers are included to improve legibility. I excluded ones after notating many.
– Follows traditional Fred Zimmerman edits

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As I’m working on this piece again I wanted a clean version with my edits and interpretations. You can download my edition of the solo part right here for free!

– Not all triplets / tuplets have a number above or below them. Most are obvious and are excluded for legibility
and leaving space for the performer to write things in.

– Design and fonts chosen for legibility.

– A few modern fingering suggestions have been added.

– Slurs and phrasing edited for both musicality as well as maintaining a soloistic tone.

 

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