A list of all music used in SENSE & SENSIBILITY

S&S posterAll the period music used in our production was recorded on a Casio Privia (PX 350M) digital keyboard. The pieces marked “arranged” had added instrumentation (french horn, contra bass, bassoon, etc). For the two Beethoven Symphonies, a one-piano four-hand edition was used to create the orchestrations.  The pieces marked “altered” were amended in some way:  measures removed, tempos significantly changed. In the case of the Bach prelude used in the Storm sequence, the beginning and ending were entirely rewritten to fit the choreography and the timing of the scene, and the entire piece’s left hand was simplified for clarity.

This list is by way of being a permanent record for our own purposes, but may interest any musicians among our audience.

Cue 01: (Opening)
      Haydn Sonata No. 10 in G major, 1st mvmt (Allegretto innocente)–arranged

Cue 03: (Romantic theme)
     Mozart Sonata No. 1 in C major, 2nd mvmt (Andante–G)

Cue 04: (Carriage to Barton)
     Beethoven, Symphony No. 3, Scherzo mvmt (E flat major)–arranged

Cue 05: (Marianne’s song)
“Early One Morning”–traditional English folk song

Cue 07: (Gossips’ Snippet)
     Kuhlau Sonatina Op. 20, No. 1 in C major, 1st mvmt (Allegro)

Cue 10: (Willoughby is gone)
     Beethoven, Sonata Op. 79 in G major, 2nd mvmt (Andante–Gm)

Cue 12: (Edward’s visit)
     Kuhlau, Sonatina Op. 55, No. 2 in G major, 2nd mvmt (Cantabile—C)

Cue 13: (Edward is gone)
     Mozart Sonata V, K. 189, G major, 2nd mvmt (Andante)

Cue 14-15: (Marianne’s angry sonatina/End of Act I)
     Haydn Sonata in E minor, 3rd movement (Molto vivace)

Cue 17: (Anne’s attempt at song)
“I Attempt From Love’s Sickness to Fly”, Henry Purcell (music)
and John Dryden (lyrics)

Cue 19: (Carriage to London)
     Beethoven, Symphony No. 2, Finale (D major)–arranged

Cue 20: (First ball dance)
     Mozart Sonata V, K. 189, G major, 2nd mvmt (Andante—C)–arranged, altered

Cue 21: (Second ball dance)
     Beethoven Sonata Op. 28, No. 15 in D major,
2nd mvmt (Andante—Dm)–arranged, altered

Cue 23 (Brandon’s story):
     Bach Well-Tempered Clavier, Prelude No. 16 in Gm (altered)

Cue 24: (Party at Dashwoods’)
     Clementi Sonatina Op. 36, No. 4 in F major, 2nd mvmt (Andante—Bb)–arranged

Cue 27: (Storm)
     Bach Well-Tempered Clavier, Prelude No.2 in Cm (altered)

Cue 28: (Elinor and Marianne)
same Bach as Cue 23

Cue 31: (Brandon’s sonnet)
     Fr. Kuhlau, Sonatina Op. 20, No. 3 in F major, 2nd mvmt (Larghetto—Bb)

Cue 32: (Romantic theme/Curtain Call)
same Mozart as Cue 03

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