Two Orchestral Embodiments of Three Pieces from op. 54 by Edvard Grieg
Keywords:Edvard Grieg, Lyric Suite, orchestration
Lyric Suite is an orchestral version of four movements from Grieg’s Lyric Pieces V, op. 54. Three out of these four movements exist in two orchestral versions. The aim of the current research is to highlight peculiar traits of Grieg’s orchestral style in the late period of composer’s life by comparing scores of two orchestrators.
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