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RHYTHM GAMES

TIMOTHY BROEGE

CONCERT BAND

M A N H A T T A N

B E A C H

M U S I C


Recording Credits for Rhythm Games: Performance by Jason Worzbyt conducting the Indiana University of Pennsylvania Concert Band.

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RHYTHM GAMES 足F O R

C O N C E R T

B A N D

T I M O T H Y B RO E G E I N S T R U M E N T A T I O N 1 Full Score

3 Eb Alto Saxophone 2

2 Euphonium T.C.

1 Piccolo

2 Bb Tenor Saxophone

4 Tuba

4 Flute 1

1 Eb Baritone Saxophone

1 String Bass

4 Flute 2

3 Bb Trumpet 1

1 Timpani

3 Bb Trumpet 2

3 Mallet Percussion

1 Oboe 4 Bb Clarinet 1 4 Bb Clarinet 2 4 Bb Clarinet 3 2 Bb Bass Clarinet

3 Bb Trumpet 3 2 F Horn 1 2 F Horn 2 3 Trombone 1 3 Trombone 2

1 Bassoon 3 Eb Alto Saxophone 1

3 Euphonium B.C. (optional Trombone 3)

Bells, Chimes, Xylophone, Marimba, and all available bells, chimes, and metallophones

3 Percussion 1 Bongos, Snare Drum, Bass Drum, Claves, Maracas, Tom Toms (high, low), and all available drums

3 Percussion 2 Cymbals, Tambourine, Triangle, Suspended Cymbal, Woodblock, Finger Cymbals

P R I N T E D O N A RC H I VA L PA P E R

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PROGRAM NOTE

was composed during the months of September, October and November 1998 on commission from band director Laura Kautz Sindberg and The Central Middle School Band of Waukesha, Wisconsin. The composition is dedicated to the Waukesha Central Middle School Grade 8 Concert Winds & Percussion. To honor the commissioning group, the original title of the piece was The Waukesha Rondo. The work is indeed a large-scale rondo that incorporates variation form in the same manner as is found frequently in the rondo-variations of Joseph Haydn. The symphonic rondos of Haydn, among others, are a model for this structural process, wherein the rondo “theme” is varied in its subsequent appearances throughout the movement. h y t h m G ame s

In the present work, after a slow and weighty introduction, the rondo “theme” or refrain appears in measure 10. It is a sprightly diatonic tune, mostly in eighth notes, played above a percussion ostinato. Throughout the work this tune will be variously harmonized, transposed, inverted, treated canonically, and otherwise made to be both surprising and yet always recognizable. The music overall is characterized by frequent changes of tempo and texture; the overall mood is playful and energetic. Between each reappearance of the refrain occur “verses” of contrasting material, often built upon motives from the refrain itself. The first verse begins at measure 49 and is gentle and a little sad, in contrast to the bustling and cheerful theme. After the first restatement of the refrain at measure 63 (in inversion), the second verse, a somber chorale, begins at measure 75. After the return of the refrain at measure 94 as a 4-part canon over rhythmic and harmonic ostinatos, the third verse, with many silences and unsettled tonality, creates the greatest stylistic distance from the theme itself. The refrain returns at measure 135 with the tune divided among different instrumental groups. Another chorale-like passage introduces the fourth verse, which includes a passacaglia on a 5-note motive derived from the theme. This section builds to a climax at measures 183 –185 that is followed by a transitional passage leading to the final return of the refrain at measure 202. An extended coda of fifty measures, always based upon main motives from the theme, brings the work to a rousing conclusion. The final bars return to the polychordal harmonies of the introduction with chords of G major and D major stacked above the main tonality of C major. P er f ormance S u gge s tion s

The music will work at a variety of tempos. Therefore, metronome markings have not been provided in order to encourage experimentation with tempo ranges that are comfortable for the ensemble and at the same time effective for presenting the musical discourse. What matters most is highlighting the rondo theme whenever it appears. Accompaniments should always be secondary to the primary thematic material. All players should be aware of the theme no matter which instruments are playing it. Maintenance of steady pulse — never rushed! — is very important for creating the proper rhythmic effect of the music. Formal P lan

Measure 1–9 introduction Meas. 10 –43 theme with 2 repetitions Meas. 44 –50 transition Meas. 51 –62 verse 1 (quieter, with echoes of the theme) Meas. 63 –74 theme (variation 1, with theme inverted) Meas. 75 –91 verse 2 (chorale)


Meas. 92 –106 theme (variation 2, in canon) Meas. 107 –134 verse 3 (melodic and harmonic fragments) Meas. 135 –146 theme (var. 3, melody passed among different instruments) Meas. 147 –158 transition Meas. 159 –182 verse 4 (passacaglia) Meas. 183 –205 transition with thematic extension Meas. 206 –253 theme (var. 4, with coda) The introduction (meas. 1 –9) should be very grand, with all note values fully sustained. At measure 8 the main tempo of the work kicks in. It should be a bright and lively allegretto, not so fast as to sound hurried or breathless, but quick enough to sparkle and cause the toes to tap. The music should almost play itself thereafter, if articulation and expression markings are observed, and tempos and style are judiciously modified to characterize the verses as effectively as possible. The addition of several string basses to the ensemble will prove beneficial. In measures 239, 241, 243, and 245 as many ringing pitched percussion instruments — bells, chimes, vibraphone, crotales, metallophones of all types — as possible should be employed for the half-notes. Bongo drums should be played with light sticks rather than hands. Marimba may double the xylophone in the final three measures, as desired. A huge molto rallentando (marked in the score as slowing greatly) should occur here as well. Duration of the work is approximately 8 to 9 minutes, depending on the tempos employed. S u gge s tion s f or L i s tening

As mentioned above, the symphonic (and string quartet) rondos of Haydn have provided some of the inspiration for Rhythm Games. A highly entertaining rondo, with a theme that bears a resemblance to the theme of Rhythm Games, is the 4th movement, Finale: Spirituoso, of Haydn’s Symphony No. 97 in C Major. The French baroque rondeau seldom varies the refrain, leaving it unchanged between many verses. This was a favorite form of French composers in the late 17th and early 18th centuries, particularly in music for harpsichord. An especially fine harpsichord rondeau is the concluding Chaconne from the Suite in d minor (1707) of Elizabeth Jacquet de La Guerre. And there is the classic concert band rondo Rhythm Machine, by the composer himself. Originally composed in the 1970s, revised and published in the 1980s (Bourne Co. Music Publishers, New York), my earlier work, Rhythm Machine, is the obvious rondo brother of the present work, Rhythm Games. Since rondo form is one of the older musical forms in the western tradition (as well as in other world music traditions) there are many more examples worth hearing and analyzing. Here are just a few from the European baroque and classical periods: Joseph Haydn: Rondo all’Ongarese (“Hungarian Rondo”) from Piano Trio in G Major, Opus 75, No. 1 Haydn: 2nd Mvt., Andante, from Symphony No. 90 in C Major Francois Couperin: Passacaille, from Pieces for Harpsichord, Book 2, Suite No. 8 in B minor Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: 4th Mvt., Allegretto, from String Quartet in D Major, K. 575 T I M O T HY B R O E G E


for the Waukesha Central Middle School Band

RHYTHM GAMES Very slow and broad 2

for Concert Band 3

4

TIMOTHY BROEGE 5

6

Piccolo a2 Flute

1 2

Oboe

1

B Clarinet 2

3

B Bass Clarinet

Bassoon

1 E Alto Saxophone 2

B Tenor Saxophone

E Baritone Saxophone

1 B Trumpet

a2

2 3

F Horn

1 2

Trombone

1 2

a2

Euphonium (w/Tbn. 3 opt.)

Tuba

arco String Bass

Timpani Bells

Chimes

Mallet Percussion

Percussion 1 Cymbals Percussion 2 Copyright © 2010 — All Rights Reserved — Printed and Engraved in the U.S.A.

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8

Moderately quick, steady tempo 9

10

11

12

Picc. (a2) Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. 2 3

F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp.

Mallet Perc. Bongos Perc. 1

Tambourine Perc. 2 Triangle

2

13

14


15

16

17

18

Picc.

1. Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. 2 3

F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp. Xylophone Mallet Perc.

(Bongos) Perc. 1 (Tamb.) Perc. 2 (Tri.)

3

19

20


21 22

23

24

25

Picc. (1.) Fl.

1.+2.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3 simile B Bass Cl. simile Bsn. simile 1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. 2 3

F Hrn.

1 2 a2

1 Tbn. 2

simile

Euph. (Tbn. opt.) simile Tuba simile pizz. Str. Bass simile Timp. (Xylo.) Mallet Perc.

Perc. 1 (Tamb.) Perc. 2

4

26

27


28

29

30

31

Picc.

Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. 2 3 1. F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

(a2)

a2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba (pizz.) Str. Bass

Timp.

Mallet Perc.

Perc. 1

Perc. 2

5

32

33


34 Bold and powerful

35

36

37

Picc. sub. Fl.

1 2 sub.

Oboe sub. 1 sub. B Cl. 2 sub. 3 sub. B Bass Cl. sub. Bsn. sub. 1 sub.

E Alto Sax. 2

sub. B Ten. Sax. sub. E Bari. Sax. sub. 1 sub.

B Tpt. 2 3

sub. a2 F Hrn.

1 2 sub.

Tbn.

1 2

(a2)

sub. Euph. (Tbn. opt.) sub. Tuba sub. arco Str. Bass sub. Timp. Xylophone Mallet Perc. Snare Drum Perc. 1 Bass Drum Perc. 2

6

38


40

39

41

42

43

44

Picc.

a2 Fl.

1 2

Oboe sub. 1 sub.

sub.

sub.

sub.

B Cl. 2

3 sub. sub. B Bass Cl. sub. sub. Bsn. sub.

sub.

1 sub.

E Alto Sax. 2

sub. B Ten. Sax. sub. E Bari. Sax. sub. 1 B Tpt.

2.

2 3 a2 F Hrn.

1 2 sub.

Tbn.

a2

1 2

sub.

a2 sub. sub.

Euph. (Tbn. opt.) sub. Tuba sub. Str. Bass

Timp. (Xylo.) Mallet Perc.

(S.D.) Perc. 1 (B.D.)

sub. Triangle

Perc. 2

7

sub.


gently

45

46

47

48

49

51

50

Picc. a2 Fl.

1 2 div.

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax. solo 1 smoothly B Tpt. (2.) 2 3 1.+2.

1. 1 F Hrn. 2

Tbn.

1 2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp.

Mallet Perc.

Perc. 1 Perc. 2

8


52

53

54

55

56

57

58

Picc.

a2 Fl.

a2

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax. tutti 1 B Tpt. 2 3

F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp. Bells Mallet Perc.

Perc. 1 Perc. 2

9


59

60

61

62

63

Picc. (a2) 1 Fl. 2 unis. Oboe

( ’s always sustained) 1 gently B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. 2 3

F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp. (Bells) Mallet Perc.

Perc. 1 Triangle Perc. 2

10

64

65


66

67

68

69

Picc.

Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. 2 3

F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp.

Mallet Perc.

Perc. 1 Perc. 2

11

70

71


74 72

73

Very sustained, hymn-like 75

76

77

78

Picc. a2 1 Fl. 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. 2 3

F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp. Bells Mallet Perc.

Perc. 1 Perc. 2

12

79


80

81

82

83

84

85

86

87

88

Picc. (a2) Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt.

a2

2 3 a2 F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp. Bells Mallet Perc.

Perc. 1 Suspended Cymbal

l.v.

Perc. 2

13

choke

89


92 90

slowing

91

a tempo

93

94

95

96

Picc. 1. 1 Fl. 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt.

2. muted

2 3

F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

(a2)

a2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.) (bsn.) Tuba

pizz. Str. Bass

Timp.

Mallet Perc. Bongos Perc. 1 Tambourine Perc. 2 Triangle

14


98

97

99

100

Picc. (1.) Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt.

(2.)

2 3

F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.) Tuba

(pizz.) Str. Bass

Timp.

Mallet Perc.

(Bongos) Perc. 1 (Tamb.) Perc. 2 (Tri.)

15

101

102


104

103

105

106

107

108

Picc. (1.) Fl.

1.+2.

1 2

Oboe sub. 1 sub. B Cl. 2 sub. 3 sub. B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 sub.

E Alto Sax. 2

sub. B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. (2.)

2 3

F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

3. (open)

a2 (open)

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

(pizz.)

arco

Str. Bass

Timp.

Mallet Perc. (Bongos) Perc. 1

(Tamb.) Perc. 2 (Tri.)

16

109


silences carefully observed 110

111

112

113

114

115

116

117

Picc. 1. tutti (2. tacet)

1. solo Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. (a2)

a2

2 3 a2 F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

pizz. Str. Bass

Timp. Xylophone Mallet Perc. Bongos

Claves

Perc. 1 Finger Cymbals

Woodblock Perc. 2

17


121 a little slower

118

119

120

122

slowing 123

124

125

Picc. 1. solo (2. tacet) Fl.

1 2 solo

Oboe

solo

(ob.)

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn. (hn.) 1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax. muted 1 B Tpt. muted

2 3

(a2) F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

pizz.

arco

Str. Bass gliss.

Timp.

Mallet Perc. (Claves) Perc. 1 (Finger Cym.)

Triangle

Perc. 2

18


a tempo

126

129

127

128

130

131

Picc. a2 tutti 1 Fl. 2 tutti Oboe tutti 1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax. open 1 B Tpt. 2 3 F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

div. Tuba

pizz.

arco

Str. Bass

Timp. Xylophone Mallet Perc. Bongos Perc. 1 (Tri.)

Woodblock

Claves

Perc. 2

19

132


133

134

135

136

137

138

Picc. a2 Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax. muted 1 B Tpt. a2 muted 2 3 a2 F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

a2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

unis. Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp. Marimba Mallet Perc. Maracas Perc. 1

Perc. 2

20


139

140

141

142

143

144

Picc.

(a2)

a2

1 Fl. 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. (a2) 2 3 (a2) F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

(a2)

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp. (Marimba) Mallet Perc. (Maracas) Perc. 1

Perc. 2

21


147 145

slowing

slower, very sustained and hymn-like 146

148

149

150

151

152

Picc. (a2) Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

(hn.1)

1 E Alto Sax.

(hn.2)

2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. 2 3

(a2)

(a2) F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

(a2)

(bsn.) Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp. (Marimba)

Bells

l.v.

Chimes

l.v.

Mallet Perc. (Maracas) Perc. 1 Perc. 2

22


159 153

Passacaglia, with a little more movement, smooth and sustained 154

155

156

157

158

160

Picc.

Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. 2 3 a2 F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

a2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba Str. Bass Timp.

Bells

l.v.

Chimes

l.v.

Mallet Perc.

Perc. 1 Perc. 2

23

161

162


163

164

165

166

167

168

169

Picc. a2 Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax. open 1 B Tpt. 2. open 2 3 (a2) F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

(a2)

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp.

Mallet Perc.

Perc. 1

Perc. 2

24

2.+3. open


171

170

172

173

Picc. (a2) 1 Fl. 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. 2 3 (a2) F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

(a2)

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba Str. Bass Timp. Bells Mallet Perc.

Perc. 1 Perc. 2

25

174

175

176


177

178

slowing

179

slower and slower 180

181

182

183

184

Picc.

Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn. 3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. 2 3 a2 1 F Hrn. 2 a2 1 Tbn. 2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba pizz.

arco

Str. Bass

Timp.

Marimba Mallet Perc.

Perc. 1 Suspended Cymbal w/Timpani mallets Perc. 2

26


186 185

hold back

a tempo

187

188

Picc.

Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

3

1 E Alto Sax.

3

2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt.

a2

2 3 (a2)

3

1 F Hrn. 2

(a2) Tbn.

1 2 3

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

pizz. Str. Bass

Timp. Marimba Mallet Perc.

Perc. 1 (Sus. Cym.)

choke

w/stick

Perc. 2

27

189

190


191

192

194

193

195

196

Picc.

a2 Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax. solo 1 B Tpt.

a2

2 3 a2 F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

a2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

(pizz.)

arco

Str. Bass

Timp. Xylophone Mallet Perc.

Perc. 1 Cymbals Perc. 2

28


202 197

slowing

198

very slow

199

200

Tempo I (m. 8)

201

203

204

205

Picc. (a2) Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. 2 3

F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

a2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp.

Mallet Perc. Bongos

+ Hi/Low Toms

Perc. 1 B.D. Tambourine Perc. 2 Triangle

29


207

206

Stamp feet

208

209

210

211

212

Picc. (a2) Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

Stamp feet 1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax. tutti

Stamp feet

1 B Tpt.

a2

a2

2 3 a2 F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

(a2)

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

Stamp feet Str. Bass

Stamp feet Timp. (Xylo.) Mallet Perc. (Bongos, Toms, B.D.)

Bongos, Toms, B.D.

Perc. 1

(Tamb.)

Tambourine

Perc. 2 (Tri.)

30


213

214

215

216

217

218

219

Picc.

a2 Fl.

1 2

Oboe

div. unis. 1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. a2 2 3

F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

a2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.) div.

unis.

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp. cresc. poco a poco Mallet Perc. Perc. 1 Cymbals

Suspended Cymbal w/mallets

choke

Perc. 2 cresc. poco a poco

31


220

221

222

223

224

225

226

Picc. a2 a2 Fl.

1.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax. (upper notes optional) 1 B Tpt. (a2) 2 3 a2 a2

a2

1 F Hrn. 2 (a2) Tbn.

a2

1 2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.) div.

unis.

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp. Xylophone Mallet Perc. Bongos

S.D. Perc. 1 B.D.

Woodblock

Perc. 2

32


228

227

229

230

Picc. (1.)

1.+2.

1 Fl. 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. 2 3 (a2) F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp. Xylophone Mallet Perc. Bongos + Toms Perc. 1

Perc. 2

33

231

232


233

234

235

236

Picc.

Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt. 2 3

F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp. (Xylo.) Mallet Perc. (bongos + toms) Perc. 1 Maracas Perc. 2

34

237

238


(abrupt cut-off)

239

240

241

242

243

244

245

246

Picc.

Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax.

1 B Tpt.

a2

2 3 a2 F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp. All available bells, chimes, and metallophones l.v.

Xylophone

l.v.

(Xylo.)

Mallet Perc. Bells, etc. Perc. 1 Cymbals Perc. 2

35

l.v.

l.v.


Slowing greatly 248

247

249

250

251

Picc.

Fl.

1 2

Oboe

1

B Cl. 2

3

B Bass Cl.

Bsn.

1 E Alto Sax. 2

B Ten. Sax.

E Bari. Sax. div. 1 B Tpt. 2 3

F Hrn.

1 2

Tbn.

1 2

(a2)

Euph. (Tbn. opt.)

Tuba

Str. Bass

Timp. (Xylo.)

Xylophone

Mallet Perc. All available drums Perc. 1

Cymbals

Cymbals

Perc. 2

36

252

253


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Rhythm Games for concert band by Timothy Broege  

The complete conductor score of Rhythm Games for concert band by Timothy Broege