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John Corigliano

Publisher: G. Schirmer

The Red Violin: Film With Live Orchestra Version
Work Notes
John Corigliano's reconstructed, newly-engraved score is available for rental along with François Girard's re-mastered, award-winning 1998 film The Red Violin. Full scores for the conductor and solo violinist have been prepared with visual cues that include streamers, punches and click track, for syncing your orchestra's live performance with the film. The film is available for screening with English, French, Italian, German or Japanese subtitles. A technical rider is also available upon request.

The Red Violin Film with Live Orchestra is a co-production of Schirmer Theatrical, LLC and Rhombus Media Inc., under license from G. Schirmer, Inc.

For more information, contact:
Schirmer Theatrical, LLC
+1 (212) 254-2100
Alyssa.Foster@musicsales.com

For booking in North America, contact:
Christina Baker at Baker Artists, LLC
+1 (646) 360-2677
Cb@bakerartistsllc.com

For booking in Europe, contact:
Jeremy Woods, Music Sales
+44 (1223) 830-825
Jeremy.Woods@musicsales.co.uk

Publisher
G Schirmer Inc
Category
Orchestra
Sub Category
String Orchestra
Solo Instrument(s)
solo violin
Alternate Orchestration
solo violin; timp.2perc/hp/str(7/6/5/4/3)
Programme Note
John Corigliano The Red Violin: Film With Live Orchestra Version
Trailer
Experience this Academy award-winning film (performed live with orchestra featuring John Corigliano's lush and Oscar-winning score) that follows a mysterious antique violin as it travels through four centuries, impacting all who come in contact with it — from its creation by a legendary violinmaker in 1681 Cremona, Italy — to a present-day auction house, where it draws the eye of an expert appraiser (Samuel L. Jackson).
Before the premiere, I rehearsed for five days with Dina Gilbert, the conductor, and Bernard Gariepy Strobl, the sound engineer who worked on the the original film.

Dina had headphones with occasional clicks, and we both had screens with the film and what are called flutters, streamers, and punches. Flutters are little white circle flashes that give you the upcoming tempo, streamers are green lines that give you an exact intro time, and punches are the "hit," which of course one would be late for were it not for the flutters and streamers!

— Lara St. John, violinist, in Strings Magazine, December 2016

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