Instrumentation

1(=picc).1.2(I=Ebcl.II=asax).1 - 2210 - perc(2):timps/cyms/susp.cym/glsp/tamb/tgl/drum kit/mar/guiro/cast/chimes/SD/BD/vib/tam-t/wdbl/xyl -pno(=cel+harmonium) - harp - strings

Availability

Full score and parts for hire

Programme Notes

Starring: Charles Chaplin Director: Charles Chaplin Production Company: First National USA, 1918 Duration: 18 minutes Film Print: B&W print available from Roy Export Co. (Film Speed: 20 frames per second) Premiere with Davis's score: 1982, London 34 Players: I (=picc). I .2(I=Ebcl.II=asax). I - 2.3.1.0 – perc(2): (I=timp) - harp - pno(=cel+harmonium) – strings (mm 6.4.4.3.2) How to Make Movies features Charlie Chaplin rehearsing and preparing scenes in his own studio. He never Completed the film, but Kevin Brownlow found a Cutting order and edited it as Chaplin intended. Carl Davis's score emulates Chaplin's own style of Composition – Comedy mixed with sentiment - much influenced by English music-hall tradition.

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Staatstheater (Nürnberg, Bavaria, Germany)

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Winspear Centre (Edmonton, AB, Canada)

Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, William Eddins

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Nikolaisaal (Potsdam, Brandenburg, Germany)

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Music Centre (Helsinki, Finland)

Frank Strobel, Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra