Two Scorpions In Love 豎笛3把以上
我為我的兒子朱利安和他的女友妮娜寫了這首歡快搖擺的爵士華爾滋，他們都出生在天蠍座。樂曲由以下部分組成： 序曲、ABAC--主題、D--為首席薩克斯風（高音或中音）設計的獨奏部分、E 和 F--為次中音薩克斯風設計的獨奏部分；各獨奏者可以演奏我在編曲中包含的獨奏轉錄，也可以自由即興演奏。D、E 和 F 部分--第 47 至 83 小節--可在獨奏後重複，以備自由即興，隨後是 G 部分，一個過渡段落。這個橋段之後是一個 dal segno，要求重複 ABAB 部分，最後是尾聲，為樂曲畫上句號。這裡有一些補充建議： 在演繹這首圓舞曲時，必須注意搖擺八分音符和重音的演奏；後者的持續時間應始終與相應音符的音值一致。合奏中節奏的準確性可以通過長期注意八分音符的流動以及有意識地將自己的聲音與其他演奏者執行的部分變化樂句聯繫起來來實現。這樣，就能為所有薩克斯管共同演奏的重音提供必要的 "推動力"。因此，我建議用較慢的速度重複單個樂段，直到它們的節奏結構變得清晰明確--順便說一句，這種方法也有利於培養良好的音準"
作曲家: Wiberny, Heiner
樂器: 4 clarinets
出版社: advance music GmbH
I wrote this joyful and swinging jazz waltz for my son Julian and his girlfriend Nina, both born under the sign of Scorpio. The piece is made up of the following parts: Fanfare-like intro, ABAC – theme, D – solo part designed for the principal saxophone (soprano or alto), E and F – solo part designed for the tenor saxophone; the respective soloists may either perform the solo transcriptions I included in the arrangement or improvise freely. Parts D, E and F – measures 47 through 83 - can be repeated after the solos in case a free improvisation is opted for, followed by part G, a transitional passage. This bridge then leads up to a dal segno calling for a repetition of parts ABAB and, finally, to the coda bringing the piece to an end. Here some additional recommendations: When interpreting this waltz, attention has to be paid to the execution of the swinging eighth notes and the accents; the duration of the latter should invariably coincide with the value of the respective notes. Rhythmic accuracy in ensemble playing can be achieved by permanently being aware of the flow of eighth notes as well as by consciously correlating one’s own voice with the partly varying phrases executed by the other players. Thus, it is possible to give the necessary “push” to accents jointly executed by all the saxophones. Therefore, I recommend repeating individual measures at a slower tempo until their rhythmic structure becomes clear and evident – an approach which, incidentally, is also conducive to developing a good intonation.