[Trombone-l] Re: Weill

thetubameister at adelphia.net thetubameister at adelphia.net
Fri Nov 25 20:32:07 CST 2005


 Perhaps I'm referring to the "Little Threepenny Music" I played in school, and my teacher played with the Cleveland Orchestra.  Scoring was/is like a 12 piece 20's group, including banjo/guitar.

J.c.S.


---- Todd Jonz <tjonz42 at yahoo.com> wrote: 
> 
> After sending off my previous post about where one might obtain the
> original arrangement of "Mack the Knife", something occurred to me. If
> I recall correctly, in the original score for "The Threepenny Opera"
> the Streetsinger sings the "Moritat" (the actual title of the piece
> known popularly as "Mack the Knife") accompanied by a solo harmonium. 
> This is probably not what the gentleman who posed the question is
> looking for.
> 
> 
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