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vocal score

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(Classical Music) a musical score that shows voice parts in full and orchestral parts in the form of a piano transcription
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Lebo M, who provided additional music, lyrics, vocal score and arrangements to 'The Lion King,' said: 'The cast of the international tour that we have assembled, which features many of South Africa's greatest and most exciting talents, is something that I am very proud of and I cannot wait to see the extraordinary talent when they come together for the first time next year.
The following remarks amplify the instructions for the execution of the Sprechstimme as given in both the full score and the vocal score.
Vocal sculptor Jason Singh performs a live vocal score to John Grierson's monumental silent film documentary Drifters.
A backing track and one including a children's choir are on mp3 and the full score, lyrics and vocal score are on pdf files.
With respect to producing material for operas and vocal works, Herr Stolba said it was important to give priority to the production of vocal scores, which are set at the same time as the full score, because soloists often have to learn their parts by heart so need more time, also the director will normally work from a vocal score when preparing a production.
Indeed, this was something of a musical milestone for this was the world premire of a new edition of the work by Clive Brown, a Mendelssohn expert who has reconstituted the voice parts to correspond with those in the composer's original vocal score of 1828.
A spokesman for the Church said: "Twenty-two carols are available for free download in four different versions - a musical backing track, a choral accompaniment or you can access a vocal score or a words booklet which can be printed off and given to a choir or congregation to sing.
The Durham University graduate explained how, having paid pounds 30,000 for the rights to the vocal score, she discovered the linking narrative wasn't included in the deal.
A young woman with climbing gear and bungee cords attempts to scale the skeletal metal structure without using the steps but keeps slipping until, after tremulously hanging there in a sort of Liebestod--in place of the erotic encounter between human and machine as in Soft Materials, it's an erotic encounter with machine-age architecture--she plunges from daylight into a nocturnal realm where she is tormented by sirenlike voices singing an expressionistic, operatic vocal score (mostly in German, and featuring snatches of Rilke) until she finally surrenders to their call and is helped down.
Kate Weare's Approach and Retreat deployed a stunning monochrome film by Kenji Ouellet of hands reflected in a mirror and a recorded vocal score by Meredith Monk.
Since Cecil Hopkinson's Puccini bibliography of 1968(2) (an invaluable work, if not accurate in every detail), Puccini scholarship has distinguished four different versions of Madama Butterfly on the basis of the editions of the vocal score published by the firm of Ricordi between 1904 and 1907 (see Table I).
Bach: St Mark Passion, BWV247, recitatives and turbae by Reinhard Keiser: reconstruction, edition and vocal score by A.