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Je te veux / Erik Satie (arr. Ken'ichi Masakado) [Concert Band][Score and Parts](Using biotope paper on full score)

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Score and Parts

Salutation : Je te veux
Composed by Erik Satie
Arranged Ken'ichi Masakado (正門研一)

Duration:4'00"

Publisher:Golden Hearts Publications(ONSA)

Printing Material:Biotope for score, color fine paper for parts


Program notes:

Erik Satie (1866~1925) is a composer who succeeded in Paris, from the end of 19th Century to the beginning of 20th Century. They say that he had an influence not only to Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel who were also composers in France, but also western music, entirely. Because of his free style on compositions, and his suggestion on music (not only just appreciating as works of art), he is called a “maverick of music”, and he composed many works for the piano. “Je te veux” is one of his most famous works, like “Gymnopedies”. Originally, this work was composed as a chanson for Paulette Darty, who was called “La Reine des Valses lentes”, in 1990 (lyric was by Henry Pacory). Later, Satie released for a solo piano, by himself.

This arrangement is on basis of a solo piano version. Respecting the “frame” of music by Satie, I integrated with Jazz style, everywhere, and aimed for an arrangement like show music. At that time, I imaged, “If Satie was influenced by Jazz…?”. (But, at the era when “Je te veux” was composed, Jazz had not still been established, as a style of music.)
(Ken'ichi Masakado)


Reference music


Score Sample


Instrumentation:
Piccolo
Flute 1
Flute 2
Oboe
Bassoon
Clarinet in Eb
Clarinet in Bb 1
Clarinet in Bb 2
Clarinet in Bb 3
Alto Clarinet
Bass Clarinet
Alto Saxophone in Eb 1
Alto Saxophone in Eb 2
Tenor Saxophone
Baritone Saxophone
Trumpet in Bb 1
Trumpet in Bb 2
Trumpet in Bb 3
Horn in F 1
Horn in F 2
Trombone 1
Trombone 2
Trombone 3
Euphonium
Tuba
Double Bass
Timpani
Drum Set
Tambourine
Vibraphone