The Snow Queen (40048V)

The Snow Queen (40048V)

Film: 40048V The Snow Queen (Atamanov/Ion) | Music: Symphonic Dances Op. 64 (Grieg)

All four movements are used in this film. No repeats are taken, except in the 1st movement as noted below. However, the following CUTs to the original score are required:
Movement I:
  1. Play all, taking the 1 repeat, only.
Movement II (begins page 26) NO REPEATS
  1. Begin 9 bars after Rehearsal D (page 33)
  2. Play up to Rehearsal H (page 42)
  3. End by inserting the final chord from the last bar of the movement (page 45).
Movement III (page 46) NO REPEATS
  1. Begin at the top of the movement.
  2. End at the key change before rehearsal F (page 56)
Movement IV (page 73) NO REPEATS
  1. Begin at the Tempo I before Rehearsal N (page101) 
  2. Play to the end.
The full original score with page numbers referenced above is available at IMSLP.

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