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PANUFNIK Since We Parted for mixed voices (SSATBB), 2 trumpets, harp, piano and ‘cello

Full score

EP 72612


ROXANNA PANUFNIK

Since We Parted for mixed voices (SSATBB), 2 trumpets, harp, piano and ‘cello

Score

EIGENTUM DES VERLEGERS

·

ALLE RECHTE VORBEHALTEN

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

PETERS EDITION LTD A member of the Edition Peters Group LEIPZIG · LONDON · NEW YORK


Instrumentation SSATBB voices 2 Trumpets in B flat Harp Piano Violoncello

Duration: 10 mins approx.

Note When Jeffrey Skidmore of Ex Cathedra approached me to write this piece, he specified that it should be remembering the first World War and, if at all possible, the words should be by or about a woman. A friend steered me towards Vera Brittain’s Testament of Youth and, spookily, the book fell open on page 163 where appeared Kathleen Coates’ s poem “A Year and a Day”. This was written between 1910 and 1913 but is, I think, prophetic of the impending war in its depiction of a woman and man in love, reluctantly separated and missing each other. Around the same time, my mother sent me the poem ‘Since we parted, yestereve’ by Victorian statesman and poet Robert Bulwer-Lytton (1831-1891) – it seemed to fit beautifully as a refrain to ‘A Year and a Day’. We start with the refrain in which I try to create a sense of yearning – with harmonies that lean into each other and suspensions that only partly resolve. I have given the ladies the first verse of ‘A Year and a Day’ – I have used mellow flat keys as this is marked “languorously” as I picture a calm but pining Edwardian lady, reclining in a warm, English Summer’s garden. When the men take over in the second verse this comes from a darker place – maybe a noisy, fetid trench where dreams of love and happiness are sometimes hard to conjure. The music shifts in harmonic uncertainty – the harp oscillates and rumbles, creating instability. This part is written in sharp keys which, I think, have a more stringent feel about them. The whole piece is made up of my typical major-minor harmonic language which sets a bittersweet atmosphere and the trumpets remind us, from time to time, of the backdrop of war. The piece ends meditatively, with ‘Eleven Armistice Chimes’ and lasts approximately 10 minutes. It’s dedicated to Jeffrey Skidmore and Ex Cathedra and my deepest thanks go to them for commissioning the work and Jane Arthur for sponsoring the commission. RP 3 July 2014


Since we parted Since we parted, yestereve I do love thee, love believe, Twelve times dearer, twelve hours longer, One dream deeper, one night stronger, One sun surer – this much more Thank I loved thee, love, before. Robert Bulwer-Lytton

A Year and a Day I shall remember miraculous things you said My whole life through – Things to go unforgotten till I am dead; But the hundredfold, adorable ways of you, The tilt of your chin for laughter, the turn of your head That I loved, that I knew – Oh! While I fed on the dreams of them, these have fled! Words which no time can touch are my life’s refrain, But each picture flies. All that was left to hold till I meet you again, Your mouth’s deep curve, your brows where the shadow lies, These are the things I strive to capture in vain, And I have forgotten your eyes, And the way that your hair spun curls in the beating of rain. Kathleen Coates, 1910-13

This score reflects the state of editorial work and correction as at September 2014


for Jeffrey Skidmore & Ex Cathedra

Since We Parted Anon, and Kathleen Coates

Roxanna Panufnik

q = 72

Sopranos 1 & 2

4 4

Altos 1 & 2

4 4

Tenors 1& 2

4 4

Basses 1& 2

4 4

Trumpet in Bb 1

4 4

Trumpet in Bb 2

4 4 4 4

Harp

mp

4 4 4 4

Piano

4 4

mp

molto pedale

q = 72

Violoncello

Edition Peters 72612

4 4

Š Copyright 2014 by Peters Edition Ltd, London


2 6

p

S.1&2

6 4

Since we part - ed,

p A.1&2

T.1&2

4 4

yes- ter- eve

(no breath!)

4 4

yes- ter- eve

4 4

Since we part - ed,

p B.1&2

6 4

mp

3

6 4

mp

3

6 4

er,

4 4

5 4

Twelve times dear - er,

5 4

Twelve times dear - er,

(no breath!)

4 4 yes- ter- eve

6 4

mp

4 4

I do love thee, love be - lieve,

6 4

Twelve times dear

5 4

4 4

I do love thee, love be - lieve,

Since we part - ed,

Tpt. 1

4 4

I do love thee, love be - lieve,

(no breath!)

6 4

6 4

mp

I do love thee, love be - lieve,

6 4

Since we part - ed,

p

(no breath!)

4 4

3

6 4

5 4

Twelve times dear - er,

4 4

5 4

pp

Tpt. 2

Hp.

Pno.

Vc.

6 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

5 4

6 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

5 4

6 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

5 4

6 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

5 4

6 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

5 4

6 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

5 4

pp

3


3 11

S.1&2

5 4

mf

4 4

twelve hours lon

A.1&2

5 4

5 4

5 4

-

ger,

deep - er,

one

night

strong - er,

3

sub.p

One dream deep - er,

one night

strong...,

sub.p one dream

hours,

one

4 4 hours,

deep - er,

one...

strong - er,

One sun sur - er _

mp

5 4

One sun sur - er _

5 4

One sun sur - er _

mp

sub.p

One

5 4

mp

4 4

mf

Twelve

One dream

4 4

mf

twelve

B.1&2

ger,

mf

twelve hours lon

T.1&2

-

mp

sub.p

deep - per,

one...

strong - er,

One

5 4 sur - er _

Tpt. 1

5 4

4 4

5 4

Tpt. 2

5 4

4 4

5 4

5 4

4 4

5 4

5 4

4 4

5 4

5 4

4 4

5 4

5 4

4 4

5 4

5 4

4 4

5 4

Hp.

Pno.

Vc.

mp


rall.

4 15

S.1&2

a tempo q = 72

(no breath!) mf

5 4

4 4

this much more

Than

I

do love thee, love,

be - fore.

mf (no breath!) A.1&2

5 4

4 4 this much more

Than

I

do love thee

love,

...fore.

mf (no breath!) T.1&2

5 4

4 4 this much more

Than

I

do love thee, love,

...fore.

do love thee, love,

...fore.

mf (no breath!) B.1&2

5 4

4 4 this much more

Tpt. 1

Than

5 4

I

4 4 p

Tpt. 2

Hp.

Pno.

5 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

5 4

mf

p

4 4

a tempo

Vc.

5 4

rall.

q = 72

4 4 mf


5 19

S.1&2

A.1&2

T.1&2

B.1&2 love,

Tpt. 1 mp

Tpt. 2 mp

Hp.

Pno.

Vc.

be -

fore,


6

A Year and a Day a little slower 22

q = 72

rall.

S.1&2 I

do love thee,

love,

I

do love thee,

love,

I

do love thee,

love,

I

do love thee,

be... (-fore!)

A.1&2

T.1&2

B.1&2 love,

Tpt. 1 mp

Tpt. 2 mp

3

mp

Hp.

mp

Pno.

rall. Vc.

3

A Year and a Day a littleqslower = 72

3


7

Langourously a little slower 27

rit.

S.1&2

6 4

4 4

A.1&2

6 4

4 4

Tpt. 1

6 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

Tpt. 2

6 4 Hp.

Pno.

q = 66

3

p

4 4

3

6 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

6 4

4 4 mp

30

S.1&2 I

mp A.1&2 I

Tpt. 1

Tpt. 2 pp

Hp.

Pno.

shall

re - mem- ber

shall

re - mem- ber


8 33

mf

3

3

S.1&2 mi - ra

-

cu

-

lous

things

you

mf

3

said

3

A.1&2 mi - ra

-

cu

-

lous

Hp.

mf

Vc. mp

mp

35

S.1&2 My mp

whole

life

My

whole

life

through

A.1&2

Tpt. 1 p

3

Tpt. 2 p

Hp.

Pno.

Vc.

mp

p

3


9 37

S.1&2 mp A.1&2 Things

to

go

un

for -

-

Tpt. 1 3

Tpt. 2

Hp.

p

Pno.

pizz. Vc. mp mf

mp

39

mf

S.1&2 till

I

am

dead;

But

the

But

the

mp A.1&2 got - ten

Hp.

un

for - got ten

-

mf

Pno.

arco Vc.

3


10 41

f

3

S.1&2 hun - dred - fold, a - do

-

f

ra

-

ble

ways

of

3

A.1&2 hun - dred - fold, a - do

-

ra

-

ble

ways

of

6

3

Tpt. 1 mp

Tpt. 2 mp

Hp.

Pno.

(Cยง

f

mf

Vc. mf

b)


11 43

S.1&2 you,

A.1&2 you,

Tpt. 1 mf

3

Tpt. 2 mf

Hp.

p

(Bยง)

3 3

Pno.

Vc.

f

3

3 3


12 45

S.1&2

Tpt. 1

Tpt. 2

Hp.

mp

Pno.

p

Vc. mf 47

mp

a.2.

mp

3

S.1&2 The

tilt of your

chin

for laugh -ter,

a.2.

mp

A.1&2 the

Tpt. 1 p Tpt. 2

Hp.

Pno.

Vc.

3


13 49

mf

3

S.1&2 that I

3

loved,

that I

mf

3

A.1&2 turn

of your head

that I

loved,

Tpt. 1 mp

Tpt. 2 mp

Hp.

mf

Pno.

mf

Vc. mf

3


14 51

3

3

S.1&2 _

knew

3

3

3

(don’t breath!)

A.1&2 _

knew,

Tpt. 1

Tpt. 2

(Bb)

Hp.

Pno.

Vc.

3


53

f Anguished!

15 3

3

3

3

S.1&2 Oh!

While

sub.f

3

I

fed

on

3

the...fed on

the... fed

on

the

3

3

A.1&2 Oh!

While

I

fed

on

the...fed on

the... fed

on

the

Tpt. 1 mp

3

Tpt. 2 mp

Hp.

mf

Pno.

mf

Vc. mf

3

(Bb)


16

rall.

55

mp

S.1&2 dreams

of

them,

mp A.1&2 dreams

of

them,

Tpt. 1

Tpt. 2

3

Hp.

3

mp 3

p

Pno.

rall. Vc. 3

mp

3


Slower and more subdued 57

q = 72

mp

S.1 have fled!

p S.2 have fled!

mf

Anguished!

pp

A.1 these

have

fled!

mf Anguished!

have fled!

pp

A.2 these

have

fled!

have

fled!

Tpt. 1

Tpt. 2

3

(Fยง, Eยง)

Hp.

p

3

Pno.

p

Slower and more subdued q = 72 Vc.

17


18 62

p

S.1

6 4

Since we part - ed,

p S.2

A.1

A.2

p T.1&2 “Oo”

p B.1&2

I

do love thee,

4 4

yes - ter - eve

6 4 I

do love thee,

(no breath!)

6 4

4 4

yes - ter - eve

6 4 I

do love thee,

(no breath!)

6 4

Since we part - ed,

6 4

(no breath!)

6 4

Since we part - ed,

p

4 4

yes - ter - eve

Since we part - ed,

p

(no breath!)

4 4

yes - ter - eve

6 4 I

6 4

do love thee,

4 4

6 4

4 4

6 4

“Oo” 3

6 4

“Oo”

“Oo”

Tpt. 1

6 4

4 4

6 4

Tpt. 2

6 4

4 4

6 4

6 4

4 4

6 4

6 4

4 4

6 4

6 4

4 4

6 4

6 4

4 4

6 4

6 4

4 4

6 4

Hp.

Pno.

Vc.

pp

3


19

sub.p 67

S.1

6 4

mp

4 4

love be- lieve,

S.2

6 4

mp

6 4

mp

3

love be- lieve,

A.2

6 4

Twelve times dear - er,

4 4

love be- lieve,

A.1

5 4

mp

3

love be- lieve,

twelve hours lon - ger,

5 4

Twelve times dear - er,

4 4 4 4

6 4

4 4

mf

5 4

4 4

sub.p

“Oo”

4 4

sub.p

“Oo”

4 4

sub.mp

“ah”

One dream

mp

6 4

4 4

5 4

sub.mp

4 4

“ah”

3

6 4

One dream deep - er,

4 4

5 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

pp

Tpt. 2

mp

Hp.

Pno.

Vc.

deep - er,

mf

“Oo”

Tpt. 1

“Oo”

mf

“Oo”

B.1&2

4 4

twelve hours lon - ger,

mp T.1&2

mf

p

“Oo” sub.p p

twelve hours lon - ger,

5 4

Twelve times dear - er,

mf

4 4

twelve hours lon - ger,

5 4

Twelve times dear - er,

mf

6 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

mp

mp


rall.

20 mp

71

5 4

S.1&2

mf

4 4

“ah”

mp

mf

5 4

A.1&2

4 4

“ah”

(no breath!)

mp T.1&2 one

night

strong - er,

3

One sun

sur - er _

mp

Tpt. 1

Hp.

Pno.

Vc.

mf

strong...,

One sun

4 4 this much more

Than

sur - er _

I

love thee,

do

love thee,

4 4 this much more

Than

I

5 4

4 4

5 4

4 4 (Bb)

(not spread)

5 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

5 4

do

mf

5 4

B.1&2 one night

mf

5 4

rall.

3

4 4 mf

(Ab)


original tempo, as if reassured...

21

q = 78

75

S.1&2 love,

...fore.

love,

...fore.

A.1&2

T.1&2 love,

be - fore.

B.1&2 love,

be fore. -

Tpt. 1 p

mp

Tpt. 2

mf Hp.

(Aยง)

mp Pno.

original tempo, as if reassured... q = 78 Vc. mf

mf


22

rall.

78

S.1&2 I

do

love thee,

love,

be...

(-fore!)

A.1&2 I

do

love thee,

love,

I

do

love thee,

love,

I

do

love thee,

T.1&2

B.1&2 love,

be -

fore,

Tpt. 1

Tpt. 2 mp

Hp.

Pno.

rall. Vc.

love,


Darker... a tempo 82

23

q = 72

S.1&2

A.1&2

T.1&2

B.1&2

Tpt. 1

Tpt. 2 mp

Hp.

f

(smack metal strings don’t damp!)

Pno.

mp

a tempo q = 72 Darker... Vc.

mf (waggle F§/# pedal)


24 85

T.1&2

mp B.1&2 Words

which no

Tpt. 1 mp 3

Tpt. 2 mp

3

sim.

Hp.

mp

(waggle Ab/§ pedal)

(smack metal strings don’t damp!)

Pno.

*) Vc. mf *) bend pitch down and back up, a little


25 87

3

T.1&2 no

time

can

B.1&2 time

can touch

Tpt. 1

Tpt. 2

sim.

Hp.

Pno.

Vc. p

touch


26 mf

3

89

3

T.1&2 are

my

life’s

re

mf

3

-

frain,

-

3

B.1&2

3

3

Tpt. 1 mp

Tpt. 2

Hp.

Pno.

mf

mf

Vc. mf

3


27 91

3

T.1&2 but

each picture

flies.

each picture

flies.

3

B.1&2 but

3

Tpt. 1

p

Tpt. 2 mp

p

Hp. (C#)

Pno.

Vc.

(Fยง)

3


28 93

T.1&2

mp bitterly B.1&2 All

that was

left

Tpt. 1

Tpt. 2

mp

Hp. (Bb) f

Pno.

mp

Vc. mp

to

hold


29 95

mf

mp

3

6 4

3

T.1&2 till

I meet you

a -

gain,

mp

6 4

B.1&2 left

to

hold,

Tpt. 1

6 4

Tpt. 2

6 4

6 4 Hp.

(keep Bb!)

6 4

(F#) 3

6 4 Pno.

mf

6 4

6 4

Vc. mf

3


30 97

T.1&2

6 4

mf

f

Your mouth’s deep curve,

B.1&2

6 4

mf

your brows where

f

Your mouth’s deep curve,

Tpt. 1

3

4 4 the

3

your brows where

6 4

sha

the

sha

4 4

6 4

dow

4 4 -

dow

3

6

mp

Tpt. 2

-

4 4 mp

6 4

4 4 f

Hp.

(B§)

6 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

Pno.

Vc.

f


31 99

T.1&2 lies,

B.1&2 lies,

Tpt. 1 mf

3

Tpt. 2 mp

mf

Hp.

3

3

Pno.

f 3

mp

(Dยง, Cยง, Bยง, Eb, Fยง)

3

5

mp

3

(mf)

Vc. mp


32 102

p

mp

3

T.1&2 These are

the things

I

p B.1&2

Tpt. 1 p

Tpt. 2

Hp.

Pno.

Vc. mf

3


33 104

T.1&2 strive

to

cap -

ture

B.1&2 I

Tpt. 1

Tpt. 2

Hp.

Pno.

Vc. mf


34 105

mf

3

3

T.1&2 in

vain,

mf

3

B.1&2 strive

to

cap - ture

in

vain,

Tpt. 1 mp 3

Tpt. 2 mp

Hp.

mf

Pno.

mf

Vc. mp

mf

and

I

have

for -


35 107

3

3

T.1&2 - got -

ten

your

eyes,

And

3

the

3

B.1&2 for

got

-

Tpt. 1

Tpt. 2

Hp.

Pno.

Vc.

3

3

-

ten

your

eyes,

And

the


36 109

f Anguished!

3

3

mf 3

3

T.1&2 way

that

your

hair

curls

mf

3

f

spun

3

3

in

the

3

B.1&2 way

that

your

hair

spun

curls

Tpt. 1 mf

3

Tpt. 2 3

mf

Hp.

Pno.

f

mf

mf

mp

3

Vc. f

mf

in

the


rall. 111

37

mp

T.1 beat

-

ing

of

rain.

mp T.2 beat

-

ing

of

rain.

mp B.1 beat

-

ing

rain.

of

mp

mf

Anguished!

B.2 beat

-

ing

of

rain.

beat ing

3

3

mf

Hp.

3

port.

(slide B pedal to b)

3

Pno.

mp tolling...

3

rall. Vc. mp

3

3

of


Reassuringly

38

q = 72

114

p

S.1&2

6 4

Since we part - ed,

p A.1&2

p

T.1 of

rain.

p

T.2 of

rain. *) no accent

p

B.1 of rain.

B.2 rain.

pp

Pno.

4 4

yes - ter - eve

(no breath!)

6 4

4 4

yes - ter - eve

3

6 4

(no breath!)

4 4 yes - ter - eve

3

6 4

Since we part - ed,

Hp.

(no breath!)

6 4

Since we part - ed,

p

4 4

yes - ter - eve

Since we part - ed,

mf

(no breath!)

6 4

Since we part - ed,

mp *)

4 4

yes - ter - eve

Since we part - ed,

p

(no breath!)

(no breath!)

4 4 yes - ter - eve

6 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

p

Reassuringly q = 72 Vc.

pp

3


39 120

S.1&2

4 4

6 4 I

A.1&2

4 4

4 4

do love thee,

Twelve times dear

5 4 er,

4 4 Twelve times dear - er,

4 4

mp

Twelve times dear - er,

4 4

mp

love be - lieve,

6 4 I

Tpt. 1

do love thee,

4 4

mp

love be - lieve,

6 4 I

B.2

do love thee,

4 4

3

love be - lieve,

6 4 I

B.1

do love thee,

4 4

mp

love be - lieve,

6 4 I

T.2

do love thee,

4 4

4 4

love be - lieve,

6 4 I

T.1

do love thee,

mp

mp

love be - lieve,

6 4

3

Twelve times dear - er,

mf

4 4

twelve hours lon -

5 4

ger,

mf

4 4

twelve hours lon - ger,

5 4

mf

twelve

5 4

4 4 hours,

mf

twelve

4 4 hours,

mf

4 4

5 4

Twelve times dear - er,

Twelve hours,

mf

4 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

Twelve times dear - er,

Twelve hours,

4 4

5 4

4 4

pp

Hp.

Pno.

Vc.

4 4

6 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

4 4

6 4

4 4

5 4

4 4


rall.

40 124

S.1&2

4 4

A.1&2

4 4

mp

sub.p

One dream

deep - er,

one

night

sub.p

strong - er,

3

One dream deep - er,

one night

strong...,

sub.p one dream

T.1&2

B.1&2

4 4

Tpt. 1

Hp.

Pno.

Vc.

deep - er,

one...

strong - er,

One sun sur - er _

mp

deep - per,

one...

strong - er,

this much more

One sun sur - er _

Than

4 4 this much more

Than

5 4

One sun sur - er _

One

4 4

5 4

mp

sub.p

One

5 4

mp

4 4

one

(no breath!)

4 4 this much more

Than

5 4 sur - er _

4 4 this much more

Than

4 4

5 4

4 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

4 4

5 4

4 4

4 4

rall.

5 4 p

mp

4 4


a tempo

S.1&2

41

q = 72

128 mf

4 4

I do love thee, love,

be - fore.

mf

A.1&2

4 4

I do love thee, love,

...fore.

mf

T.1&2

4 4

I do love thee, love,

B.1&2

4 4

mf

I do love thee, love,

Tpt. 1

...fore.

...fore

4 4 p

Tpt. 2

mp

4 4

4 4 Hp.

mf arco

4 4

not harmonic

4 4 Pno.

mp

4 4

a tempo

Vc.

q = 72

4 4 mf

mf


42

molto rall.

132

S.1&2 I

do

love

thee,

I

do

love

thee,

I

do

love

thee,

I

do

love

thee,

A.1&2

T.1&2

B.1&2 love

be -

fore

Tpt. 1

Tpt. 2 mp

Hp.

Pno.

molto rall. Vc.


Eleven Armistice Chimes a little slower q = 66

135

43

rall.

S.1&2 love,

be... (-fore!)

A.1&2 love,

T.1&2 love,

B.1&2 love,

Tpt. 1

Tpt. 2

Hp.

mp

(Don’t damp)

Pno.

Eleven Armistice Chimes a little slower q = 66

Vc.

rall.


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