The Clock and the Dresden Figures (Ketèlbey, Albert William)

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Sheet Music

Scores

Version B: Piano with Orchestra or Military Band

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Publisher. Info. Leipzig: Bosworth & Co., 1930. Plate B. & Co. 18643. 18644.
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Misc. Notes Piano-Conductor score, for Orchestra or Military Band, by the Composer
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Publisher. Info. Leipzig: Bosworth & Co., 1930. Plate B. & Co. 18643. 18645.
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Misc. Notes Band parts and Solo Piano part for Orchestra or Military Band, by the composer
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Work Title The Clock and the Dresden Figures
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Composer Ketèlbey, Albert William
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IAK 18
Key G major
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1930
First Performance. 1930/02/08
First Publication. 1930
Dedication Lieut. W. J. Dunn. M.C., P.S.M..
Average DurationAvg. Duration 4 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Version A: piano
Version B: piano, orchestra (or military band)
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Two versions were published in 1930 -- a solo piano version and a version for piano with orchestra or band accompaniment.
Lieut. William James Dunn was director of music of the Royal Horse Guards, and father of conductor and composer Sir Vivian Dunn.