Module III
1969

Duration

10' - 20'

Publisher

Edition Peters

Instrumentation Notes

orchestra

Program Notes

[The revised Peters Edition score of 2007 replaces all previous editions.]

More Information

Each module is a separate work that must be performed simultaneously with any other module.

2.1.2.1 – 1.2.1.0 – 3Perc. – Hrp. – Pn. – Str. (each divisi a 2)

“Module 3” must be performed simultaneously with one or more other “Modules.” No combination of any two of “Module 1”, “Module 2”, or “Module 3” exceeds the instrumentation of a normal large orchestra; the total number of strings required in a performance of any two of the “Modules” is 16 first violins, 14 second violins, 12 violas, 10 violoncelli, and 8 double basses. (Each “Module”: 8.7.6.5.4). There must be a conductor for each “Module” being performed.

Commissioned by the Festival de Zagreb, Yugoslavia

Selected Performances

May 16, 2002 • Jena, Germany

Ensemble: Jenaer PhilharmonieConductor: Steffen Schleiermacher

August 27, 2001 • Philharmonic Hall, Ostrava, Czech Republic

Ensemble: Janacek PhilharmonicConductor: Petr Kotik

May 22, 2000 • Alice Tully Hall, New York City, USA

Ensemble: The Orchestra of the S.E.M. EnsembleConductor: Petr Kotik

May 21, 1999 • Prague, Czech Republic

Ensemble: S.E.M. EnsembleConductor: Zsolt NagyCzech Premier

October 4, 1998 • Kunsthalle, Dresden, Germany

Ensemble: Elbland-Philharmonie Sachsen

October 24, 1994 • Wien Modern, Austria

Ensemble: ORF-SymphonieorchesterConductor: Hans Zender

May 29, 1981 • Saarbruecken, Germany

Ensemble: Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester SaarbrueckenConductor: Hans Zender, Earle Brown

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