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Day into Night at the Breakwater

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Tempo I (q = ca. 40) (ossia: as fast as possible) 47

Fl.

B b Cl.

&

Vln.

D.B.

&

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47

Tbn.

(√) ww 47 & æ

Œ

bœ bœ bœ œ nœ ® ‰ Ó œ ∏ (ossia: as fast as possible)

Œ

ww æ

œ bœ œ œ œ bœ ∏ ∑

Ó

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÷

Ó

U

Ó

Ó

¨¨¨¨¨¨ ®‰ Œ œœœœœœ Î œœ RÔÔ Ù ® ≈ ‰ Œ arco

& 47

®‰ Ó

ww æ

œ ‰ Œ J

U

Ó

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b œœ Î

¨¨ œœ œœ ® ‰ Œ

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Pno.

– – – – – –®‰ Œ Î

NOTE ON PIANO NOTATION IN THIS MOVEMENT The notation in the bottom staff of the piano part in this movement represents three different cluster chords, in the lowest register of the piano. They are shown as notes on an unpitched staff, as follows:

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Pno.

cluster from B-flat to E

b wwI √ ÷ ¬

cluster from D-flat to G

b wwI ¬

cluster from E to B-flat

b wI w ¬

These clusters are approximate, and not intended to be exact

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Ó

U

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U Ó

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