Notated Music Symphony (Myths) (Sketches)

Symphony (Myths) (Sketches)
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Title
Symphony (Myths) (Sketches)
Contributor Names
Reynolds, Roger -- 1934- (creator)
Subject Headings
-  Symphonies -- Scores
-  Musical sketches
Notes
-  Manuscript sketch of Symphony [Myth] by Roger Reynolds.
-  Title from leaf [3].
-  Commissioned by Suntory Hall, Tokyo; first performed 25 October 1990, Suntory Hall.
-  Duration: 21:00
-  Cataloged from digital copy; original manuscript in possession of composer.
-  Leaf 1 is the initial notebook sketch for the form of Symphony [Myths]. Leaf 2 is a more advanced version of the initial planning for Symphony [Myths]. Leaf 3 is a detailed plan for the entire three movements of Symphony [Myths]. Leaf 4 is a detailed plan for the two chord layers of the third movement of Symphony [Myths]. Leaf 5 contains chord sequences for the plan laid out in Leaf 4. Leaf 6 contains a row chart derivation for the chord sequence shown in Leaf 5. (Content)
Form
manuscript sketch
Extent
1 score ([6] leaves)
Repository
Music Division, Library of Congress
Online Format
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manuscript sketch | 1 score ([6] leaves) | Manuscript sketch of Symphony [Myth] by Roger Reynolds. Title from leaf [3]. Commissioned by Suntory Hall, Tokyo; first performed 25 October 1990, Suntory Hall. Duration: 21:00 Cataloged from digital copy; original manuscript in possession of composer. Leaf 1 is the initial notebook sketch for the form of Symphony [Myths]. Leaf 2 is a more advanced version of the initial planning for Symphony [Myths]. Leaf 3 is a detailed plan for the entire three movements of Symphony [Myths]. Leaf 4 is a detailed plan for the two chord layers of the third movement of Symphony [Myths]. Leaf 5 contains chord sequences for the plan laid out in Leaf 4. Leaf 6 contains a row chart derivation for the chord sequence shown in Leaf 5. (Content). Manuscript Sketch (Form). Manuscript Sketch (Form).
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Reynolds, Roger. Symphony Myths Sketches. Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200029047/. (Accessed September 24, 2017.)

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Reynolds, R. Symphony Myths Sketches. [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200029047/.

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Reynolds, Roger. Symphony Myths Sketches. Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200029047/>.