Sweeney Todd
Attend the dark, witty and Tony Award-winning tale of love, murder and revenge set against the backdrop of 19th century London.
Show Essentials
9
Roles
+ Ensemble
R
Rated
2
Acts

Full Synopsis

Prologue

As the audience enters, an organist sits at a gigantic organ and plays funeral music. A drop depicting the social structure of nineteenth century is hung on the stage. Two men dig a grave at the front of the stage. A police warden enters and urges the diggers to hurry. Two workmen enter and pull down the drop. A shrill factory whistle is heard.

A man steps forward and invites the audience to attend the tale of Sweeney Todd. As the company begins to outline Sweeney's dark tale, coordinated stage elements support the storytelling, hinting at the gruesome deeds yet to come ("The Ballad of Sweeney Todd").

Act One

We find ourselves on the London docks. Anthony Hope, a young sailor, and Sweeney Todd enter. They both express their feelings about being back in London. Anthony is genuinely happy to be back in the city, but Todd's response is full of grim irony ("No Place Like London"). While Todd thanks Anthony for saving his life at sea, a ragged, crazed Beggar Woman appears and begs for money; she offers sexual favors in return. She thinks she recognizes Sweeney, but he fends her off. Anthony inquires about Sweeney's circumstances, worried that he has no place to go now that they are in London. Sweeney dismisses his offer of money. He tells Anthony that, if he needs him, he can find him around Fleet street.

Sweeney travels to find Mrs. Lovett's Pie Shop and stands outside the building, gazing at it. He enters and sees Mrs. Lovett chopping suet and flicking flies off the trays of pies with a dirty rag. Excited to have a customer, she offers him a pie, but she recognizes that they are disgusting. She apologizes and explains that times have been hard and meat is hard to come by ("The Worst Pies in London"). Sweeney asks why she doesn't rent the room above her shop if times are so tough. She replies that no one wants it because of the awful thing that happened there. Mrs. Lovett then recounts the fate of Benjamin Barker, a foolish young barber who was shipped to Australia by an evil judge. The Judge coveted the Barber's pretty young wife, Lucy. Once the Judge and his Beadle had Barker removed, Lucy was left alone to care for her one-year-old daughter, Johanna. The Judge and Beadle invited her to a party at the Judge's mansion, got her drunk and then raped her in the midst of a masked ball ("Poor Thing"). When Sweeney Todd shouts in anguish, Mrs. Lovett realizes that he is Benjamin Barker.

Demanding to learn the fate of his family, Barker hears that his wife Lucy took arsenic and that Judge Turpin adopted his daughter. Todd swears to take revenge on the Judge and the Beadle. Mrs. Lovett then brings him his razors, which she has kept hidden away for all these years; Todd is thrilled to be reunited with his razors, and Mrs. Lovett is thrilled to be reunited with Todd ("My Friends").

The scene shifts to Judge Turpin's mansion, where Johanna is imprisoned. She calls out to the caged birds of a passing bird seller, imploring them to share their secret for singing so sweetly when they, too, are kept captive ("Green Finch and Linnet Bird"). Anthony appears on the street, sees Johanna and instantly falls in love with her ("Ah, Miss"). Suddenly, the Beggar Woman appears and tells Anthony that he is standing in front of Judge Turpin's house and should beware of trespassing. Anthony buys a bird for Johanna. He calls to her and presents the bird ("Johanna"). They stand, absorbed with each other, not noticing the approach of Judge Turpin and the Beadle. The Judge orders Johanna into the house. The Beadle cautions Anthony to stay away and strangles the bird as a warning.

Meanwhile, in St. Dunstan's Marketplace, a painted caravan announces the presence of Signor Adolfo Pirelli and his baldness-banishing miracle elixir. Tobias, Pirelli's simple-minded assistant, beats a tin drum to attract a crowd ("Pirelli's Miracle Elixir"). Todd and Mrs. Lovett are among them. Although the crowd responds to Tobias' pitch, Todd and Mrs. Lovett begin a slander campaign against the elixir, and people demand their money back. Tobias tries to distract them, but to no avail. Pirelli arrives and silences the crowd, demanding to know who denies his excellence as a barber. Todd steps forward and challenges Pirelli to a shaving contest. Todd gets the Beadle to judge the match and, being of superior skill, wins easily ("The Contest"). Todd and Pirelli then have a tooth-pulling contest, which Todd also wins ("Contest II"). The Beadle is very impressed and gets the address of Todd's shop, promising to appear soon. When the Beadle thinks that he recognizes Todd, Mrs. Lovett assures him that this is not possible. The company explains how Sweeney methodically plotted his revenge ("The Ballad of Sweeney Todd").

Judge Turpin is in his quarters while Johanna sews in an adjoining room. Unable to control his desires for Johanna, the Judge holds a Bible and whips himself, praying ("Johanna"). When he is done, he visits Johanna and announces that he plans to marry her to keep her safe from the venal young men of the street.

After an encounter with the Beggar Woman, Mrs. Lovett climbs the stairs to Todd's quarters, where he is waiting eagerly for the Beadle to appear. Mrs. Lovett tells him to be patient as she plans the redecoration of his drab quarters with daisies and other homey touches ("Wait"). Despite her entreaties, Todd is also impatient for the Judge to visit. Anthony appears at Todd's door and tells him of his encounter with Johanna, unaware that she is Sweeney's daughter. He plans to steal Johanna and asks if he can bring her to Sweeney's for safekeeping. Having secured Todd's assistance, he leaves. Mrs. Lovett suggests that Sweeney kill Anthony and keep Johanna with him. She promises that she will be a splendid mother to Johanna.

Pirelli and Tobias appear. Mrs. Lovett takes Tobias downstairs for a meat pie. Pirelli reveals his real identity as Benjamin Barker's former apprentice. He tries to blackmail Todd by threatening to reveal that Todd is really Barker. They struggle, and Todd renders Pirelli unconscious. Todd stuffs him in a chest, when Tobias appears. Todd persuades the boy to go to the kitchen for more meat pies and some gin. Once Tobias has gone, Todd pulls Pirelli out of the chest and slashes his throat ("Pirelli's Death").

The company transitions to the next scene, remarking on Sweeney's treatment of hypocrites ("The Ballad of Sweeney Todd"). Leaving court, the Judge announces to the Beadle his intention to marry Johanna. At the same time, Anthony proposes to Johanna ("Kiss Me"). As the Judge continues on his way home, the Beadle delicately suggests that Turpin pay more attention to his personal appearance to heighten his appeal to Johanna ("Ladies in Their Sensitivities"). Recalling Sweeney's excellent work, the Beadle suggests to the judge that he make a visit to Sweeney's shop.


At the pie shop, Mrs. Lovett discovers Pirelli's fate. When Todd wants to kill Tobias, too, she protests. The Judge appears. Mrs. Lovett goes downstairs to distract Tobias. The Judge confides his marriage plans. Todd prepares to slit the judge's throat, but he takes his time, savoring the moment before his anticipated revenge; meanwhile, the Judge anticipates his future with Johanna ("Pretty Women"). Just as Sweeney is about to kill the Judge, Anthony rushes in, blurting out the news of his planned elopement. The Judge leaves in a fury, announcing his intention to lock Johanna away and telling Todd that he will not be back. Enraged at losing the chance to kill the Judge, Sweeney throws Anthony out of the shop and announces his intention to kill everyone he can to get ready for the inevitable destruction of the Judge ("Epiphany"). Mrs. Lovett reminds him that they have to dispose of Pirelli's body. She has an inspiration; they can recycle his victims into meat pies. Sweeney sees the genius of this plan and they celebrate ("A Little Priest").

Act Two

Thanks to her newfound prosperity, Mrs. Lovett has expanded her shop to include an outdoor eating garden. She now wears a fancy gown, and Tobias wears a waiter's apron. Her shop is mobbed with customers who crave the new pies ("God, That's Good!"). The Beggar Woman lurks around. An elaborate new barber chair is moved into Todd's quarters. Todd and Mrs. Lovett set up a complicated system by which Todd sends his victims down a chute, directly into the bake house, where there is a grinding machine. Anthony searches the streets for Johanna. At the same time, Todd dreams of his daughter and systematically kills the customers who sit in his chair. The Beggar Woman tries to warn passersby about the strange odors and smoke coming from Mrs. Lovett's bake house. In the lunatic asylum where the Judge has placed her, Johanna dreams of the moment when Anthony will free her ("Johanna Act II Sequence").

Anthony hears Johanna's voice and discovers that she is in the asylum. He tries to rescue her, but the Beadle stops him and tells the police to bash his head. Anthony escapes. Mrs. Lovett sits in the parlor, playing the harmonium ("I Am a Lass"). She fantasizes about a married life with Todd on the seashore, but he is too fixated on his revenge plot to notice her ("By the Sea"). Anthony appears, asking Todd to help him free Johanna. Todd makes Anthony over as a wigmaker, knowing that the asylum will sell inmates' hair to the highest bidder. He gives Anthony a gun and tells him to bring Johanna to the barbershop after the escape ("Wigmaker Sequence"). Todd then writes to Judge Turpin, telling him that he can find Johanna and Anthony at the barbershop that evening ("The Letter").

Mrs. Lovett sits with Tobias. As she knits him a muffler, they exchange words about their warm feelings for each other. He is devoted to her and promises that no one will harm her ("Not While I'm Around"). He then suggests that something about Sweeney Todd is suspicious. When Mrs. Lovett pulls out Pirelli's purse, he recognizes it. She says that Todd gave it to her, which only further feeds Tobias' doubts. She invites Tobias into the bake house, where he is usually forbidden to go. He is delighted. Once there, she allows him to grind the meat for pies, and he forgets his concerns. She leaves him grinding and locks the door to the bake house. As she returns upstairs, she finds the Beadle at the harmonium in her parlor ("Parlour Songs Part 1"). He has come in response to complaints about a foul smell from her chimney. She says that she can't take him into the bake house until Mr. Todd comes home. He says that he'll wait and continues playing the harmonium ("Parlor Songs Part II"). Todd arrives. He takes the Beadle upstairs for a free shave before his inspection of the ovens.

In the bake house, Tobias begins to suspect that the remains of humans are used for the pies just as the Beadle's body comes down the chute. He realizes that he is locked in and, whimpering, disappears down the cellar steps. Mrs. Lovett tells Todd that Tobias suspects them. She wants Todd to dispense with Tobias at once, but Todd is focused on extracting his revenge from the Judge.

Anthony comes to save Johanna at the asylum, but, when the owner tries to stop him, he cannot bring himself to shoot. Johanna grabs the gun and kills the owner ("Fogg's Asylum"). They escape. The lunatics are freed from the asylum and spill with euphoric excitement into the street ("City on Fire"). Mrs. Lovett and Todd look for Tobias. The Beggar Woman, suspicious of Mrs. Lovett, searches for the Beadle ("Searching I"). Anthony and Johanna arrive at the barbershop. She wears a sailor suit. At Anthony's insistence, Johanna stays behind as he leaves to hire a coach for their escape to Plymouth. The Beggar Woman appears. Johanna hides in a trunk. The Beggar Woman surveys the room; being there stimulates something within her. She cradles and begins singing to an imaginary infant ("Searching II").

Todd discovers her. She tries to warn him about Mrs. Lovett and again wonders if she knows him. He turns on her, slits her throat and releases her down the chute. The Judge enters. Sweeney pretends that Johanna is safely with Mrs. Lovett and is longing to be reunited with him. Todd convinces the Judge to have a shave to prepare for his meeting with Johanna. Sweeney reveals himself as Benjamin Barker and slits the Judge's throat ("The Judge's Return").

Todd starts out of the room to deal with Tobias as Johanna emerges from the trunk. Mistaking her for a sailor because of her disguise, Todd tries to attack her, but she escapes. He runs to the bake house. Mrs. Lovett tries to kill the Judge, who is still clinging to life. She then notices the Beggar Woman. She frantically tries to drag the Beggar Woman to the oven. Todd sees the woman in the light and realizes that she is his wife, Lucy. He accuses Mrs. Lovett of deceiving him; she claims that she never told him that Lucy died, only that she took poison ("Final Scene Part I"). She tries to stem his anger, and he feigns forgiveness by waltzing with her... over to the oven, shoving her inside. He then cradles the Beggar Woman in his arms ("Final Scene Part II"). Tobias appears, his hair now completely white from shock. He kills Sweeney with the razor, which has fallen on the floor. Constables, Anthony and Johanna appear. Tobias has lost his mind; he cannot stop turning the handle on the grinder.

Epilogue

The company reenters and claim to see the Sweeney in each of us. At the end, Sweeney glares at the audience malevolently and he slams the iron door ("The Ballad of Sweeney Todd").

Casting

Casting

Cast Size: Flexible
Cast Type: Ensemble Cast
Dance Requirements: None

Character Breakdown

Sweeney Todd
A wrongfully imprisoned barber seeking to right the wrongs committed against him. He is Johanna's father, singularly focussed on taking bloody revenge. Our story's tormented protagonist.
Gender: male
Age: 40 to 55
Vocal range top: Gb4
Vocal range bottom: F2
Mrs. Lovett
An entrepreneurial and amoral meat pie shop owner. She falls in love with Todd and turns his desire for revenge into a profitable business venture.
Gender: female
Age: 35 to 50
Vocal range top: E5
Vocal range bottom: G3
Anthony Hope
A naive and youthful sailor returning to London. He helps Todd return to London and unexpectedly falls in love with Johanna.
Gender: male
Age: 20 to 30
Vocal range top: F4
Vocal range bottom: Bb2
Johanna
A spritely girl, full of innocence, constantly yearning for freedom. Todd's long-lost daughter and Turpin's ward.
Gender: female
Age: 18 to 21
Vocal range top: A5
Vocal range bottom: Bb3
Tobias Ragg
A poor youngster apprenticed to Pirelli. He finds a surrogate family in Todd and Lovett.
Gender: male
Age: 12 to 18
Vocal range top: Ab4
Vocal range bottom: Bb2
Judge Turpin
A lecherous public official who portrays himself as a sanctimonious authoritarian. He takes advantage of his position in the city and is responsible for imprisoning Todd.
Gender: male
Age: 50 to 65
Vocal range top: Gb4
Vocal range bottom: E2
The Beadle
A pompous public official. He is deeply loyal to the corrupt Turpin.
Gender: male
Age: 40 to 55
Vocal range top: D5
Vocal range bottom: D3
Beggar Woman
A deranged and schizophrenic woman who harbors a dark, surprising secret.
Gender: female
Age: 35 to 50
Vocal range top: F5
Vocal range bottom: Ab3
Adolfo Pirelli
A flamboyant Italian rival barber; a charlatan with a secret past.
Gender: male
Age: 30 to 45
Vocal range top: C5
Vocal range bottom: B2
Jonas Fogg
The owner of Fogg's Asylum. He sells the hair of madmen to wigmakers.
Gender: male
Age: 35 to 60
Ensemble
Townspeople; Policemen; Lunatics
Full Song List
Sweeney Todd: The Ballad Of Sweeney Todd
Sweeney Todd: No Place Like London
Sweeney Todd: The Worst Pies In London
Sweeney Todd: Poor Thing
Sweeney Todd: My Friends
Sweeney Todd: Green Finch And Linnet Bird
Sweeney Todd: Ah, Miss
Sweeney Todd: Johanna
Sweeney Todd: Pirelli's Miracle Elixir/The Contest
Sweeney Todd: Wait
Sweeney Todd: Kiss Me
Sweeney Todd: Ladies In Their Sensitivites
Sweeney Todd: Pretty Women
Sweeney Todd: Epiphany
Sweeney Todd: A Little Priest
Sweeney Todd: God, That's Good!
Sweeney Todd: By The Sea
Sweeney Todd: Not While I'm Around
Sweeney Todd: Parlor Songs
Sweeney Todd: City On Fire
Sweeney Todd: Searching
Sweeney Todd: Final Sequence

Show History

Inspiration

Sweeney Todd, a musical thriller with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and a book by Hugh Wheeler, is based on Christopher Bond's 1973 play, Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street.  The character of Sweeney Todd (a vengeful barber who murders in his very shop) first appeared in French legends in the fourteenth century, but really started becoming popular with a series of British ballads in the early 1800s.  Many speculate that the legend of Sweeney Todd is based on the famous serial killer, Jack the Ripper.  Playwright, George Dibdin Pitt, was one of the first to bring the story to the stage, basing his play on the horror stories of Thomas Peckett Prest, who had previously published the story in a newspaper under the name, "The String of Pearls." Although the tale of Todd was told many times thereafter, Bond went back to Pitt's material when writing his play.

Sondheim saw a production of the play in 1973 and was drawn into the possibility of adapting it into a musical.  After discovering that several American producers were lobbying for rights, he went to them, with director, Harold Prince, already on board, to try to get a musical version approved.  Being met with approval, he recruited book writer, Wheeler, with whom he had previously worked on A Little Night Music.  Sondheim's music utilizes a heavy amount of counterpoint, inversion and angular harmonies.  One recurring pattern is the use of the ancient Dies Irae in "The Ballad of Sweeney Todd" and its many iterations throughout the show.

Critical Reaction

"A staggering theater spectacle and more fun than a graveyard on the night of the annual skeleton's ball.... So joy to the world, dear children! Sweeney Todd is here to enrich your nightmares."
– New York Daily News

"Must be seen by anyone who cares about the gifts and risks of Broadway at its best."
– Newsweek

"There is more artistic energy, creative personality and plain excitement than in a dozen average musicals. ...Mr. Sondheim has composed an endlessly inventive, highly expressive score that works indivisibly from his brilliant and abrasive lyrics."
– The New York Times

"Sweeney Todd is above all cracking high class entertainment with a pulsating score and a fascinatingly lurid cast of characters that is at times little more than a singing freak show though it is none the worse for that."
– The Independent

Drama Desk Award

1979 - Outstanding Choreography, Nominee (Larry Fuller)
1979 - Outstanding Costume Design, Nominee (Franne Lee)
1979 - Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical, Winner (Ken Jennings)
1979 - Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical, Winner (Merle Louisie)
1979 - Outstanding Actor in a Musical, Winner (Len Cariou)
1979 - Outstanding Lighting Design, Nominee (Ken Billington)
1979 - Outstanding Actress in a Musical, Winner (Angela Lansbury)
1979 - Outstanding Lyrics, Winner (Stephen Sondheim)
1979 - Outstanding Book of a Musical, Winner (Hugh Wheeler)
1979 - Outstanding Music, Winner (Stephen Sondheim)
1979 - Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical, Winner (Ken Jennings)
1979 - Outstanding Set Design, Nominee (Eugene Lee)
1979 - Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical, Winner (Merle Louise)
1979 - Outstanding Actor in a Musical, Winner (Len Cariou)
1979 - Outstanding Music, Winner (Stephen Sondheim)
1979 - Outstanding Actress in a Musical, Winner (Angela Lansbury)
1979 - Outstanding Lyrics, Winner (Stephen Sondheim)
1979 - Outstanding Book, Winner (Hugh Wheeler)
1979 - Outstanding Musical, Winner (Sweeney Todd)
1989 - Outstanding Revival, Nominee ()
1989 - Outstanding Set Design, Nominee (James Morgan)
1989 - Outstanding Actor in a Musical, Nominee (Bob Gunton)
1989 - Outstanding Actress in a Musical, Nominee (Beth Fowler)
1989 - Outstanding Lighting Design, Nominee (Mary Jo Dondlinger)

Outer Critics Circle Award

1979 - Best Broadway Musical, Winner (Sweeney Todd)

Tony® Award

1979 - Best Lighting Design, Nominee (Ken Billington)
1979 - Best Direction Of A Musical, Winner (Harold Prince)
1979 - Actor (Musical), Winner (Len Cariou)
1979 - Actress (Musical), Winner (Angela Lansbury)
1979 - Best Score, Winner (Stephen Sondheim (music and lyrics))
1979 - Best Musical, Winner (Sweeney Todd)
1979 - Book Of A Broadway Musical, Winner (Hugh Wheeler)
1979 - Best Original Score, Winner (Stephen Sondheim)
1979 - Broadway Musical, Winner (Richard Barr, Charles Woodward, Robert Fryer, Mary Lea Johnson, Martin Richards (producers))
1979 - Best Book Of A Musical, Winner (Hiugh Wheeler)
1979 - Costume Design Of A Broadway Production, Winner (Franne Lee)
1979 - Best Actor in a Muscial, Winner (Len Cariou)
1979 - Direction Of A Broadway Musical, Winner (Harold Prince)
1979 - Best Actress in a Musical, Winner (Angela Lansbury)
1979 - Lighting Design Of A Broadway Production, Nominee (Ken Billington)
1979 - Best Scenic Design, Winner (Eugene Lee)
1979 - Scenic Design, Winner (Eugene Lee)
1984 - Best Costume Design, Winner (Franne lee)
1990 - Best Revival, Nominee (Circle in the Square Theatre, Theodore Mann, Paul Libin (producers))
1990 - Direction Of A Musical, Nominee (Susan H. Schulman)
1990 - Leading Actor In A Musical, Nominee (Bob Gunton)
1990 - Leading Actress In A Musical, Nominee (Beth Fowler)

NY Drama Critics Circle Award

1979 - Best Musical, Winner (Sweeney Todd)

Connect

Playbill Vault (Original)
Playbill Vault (1989 Revival)
Playbill Vault (2005 Revival)

Billing

Based on an adaptation by Christopher Bond

Requirements

You must give the authors/creators billing credits, as specified in the Production Contract, in a conspicuous manner on the first page of credits in all programs and on houseboards, displays and in all other advertising announcements of any kind.
Percentages listed indicate required type size in relation to title size.
SWEENEY TODD
The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
A Musical Thriller
(100%)
 
Music and Lyrics by
STEPHEN SONDHEIM
(50%)
Book by
HUGH WHEELER
(50%)
From an Adaptation by
CHRISTOPHER BOND
(25%)
 
Originally Directed On Broadway by HAROLD PRINCE
(35%)
 
Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick
(25%)
 
Originally Produced on Broadway by Richard Barr,
Charles Woodward, Robert Fryer, Mary Lea Johnson, Martin Richards
in Association with Dean and Judy Manos
The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited

Included Materials

ItemQuantity Included
LIBRETTO/VOCAL BOOK25
PIANO CONDUCTOR'S SCORE ACT 12
PIANO CONDUCTOR'S SCORE ACT 22
STUDY GUIDE1

Production Resources

Resource
FULL SCORE VOL. 1 OF 4
FULL SCORE VOL. 2 OF 4
FULL SCORE VOL. 3 OF 4
FULL SCORE VOL. 4 OF 4
KEYBOARD PATCH SOLUTIONS
LOGO PACK
LOGO PACK DIGITAL
LOGO TEES SIX-PACK ADULT LARGE
LOGO TEES SIX-PACK ADULT MEDIUM
LOGO TEES SIX-PACK ADULT SMALL
LOGO TEES SIX-PACK ADULT X-LARGE
LOGO TEES SIX-PACK ADULT XX-LARGE
LOGO TEES SIX-PACK CHILD LARGE
LOGO TEES SIX-PACK CHILD MEDIUM
LOGO TEES SIX-PACK CHILD SMALL
ORCHEXTRA
PERFORMANCE ACCOMPANIMENT RECORDING
PRODUCTIONPRO
REFERENCE RECORDING
REHEARSCORE APP
SOUND EFFECTS RECORDING-DIGITAL
STAGE MANAGER SCRIPT
TRANSPOSITIONS-ON-DEMAND
VIRTUAL STAGE MANAGER

STANDARD ORCHESTRATION

InstrumentationDoubling
BASS
CELLO
HARP
HORN
KEYBOARD 1
PERCUSSION(2 PLAYERS MINIMUM) , BASS DRUM , BELL TREE , CHIMES , CYMBALS , DRUM SET , GLOCKENSPIEL , GRAN CASSA , RATCHET , RAZOR STROP , SNARE DRUM , SWISS BELL , TAM-TAM , TAMBOURINE , TEMPLE BLOCK , TIMPANI , TOM-TOMS , TRIANGLE , VIBES , WASH TUB , WHISTLE , XYLOPHONE
REED 1FLUTE , OPT.SOPRANO RECORDER, PICCOLO
REED 2ENGLISH HORN , OBOE
REED 3Bb CLARINET , Eb CLARINET , FLUTE , PICCOLO
REED 4Bb CLARINET , BASS CLARINET
REED 5BASSOON
TROMBONE
TROMBONE 2
TROMBONE 3
TRUMPET
VIOLA(2 PLAYERS MINIMUM)
VIOLIN(3 PLAYERS MINIMUM)

ALTERNATE ORCHESTRATION

InstrumentationDoubling
ALT: FULL SCORE VOL 1
ALT: FULL SCORE VOL 2
ALT:BASS
ALT:CELLO
ALT:HORN
ALT:PERCUSSION BASS DRUM , BELL TREE , BELLS , CHIMES , CROTALES , RACHET , SIDE DRUM , SNARE DRUM , SWISS BELL , TAM-TAM , TAMBOURINE , TEMPLE BLOCKS , TRIANGLE , TYMPANI , VIBRAPHONE , WHISTLE , WOOD BLOCK , XYLOPHONE
ALT:PIANO CONDUCTOR ACT 1
ALT:PIANO CONDUCTOR ACT 2
ALT:REED 1 CLARINET
ALT:REED 2 BASSOON
ALT:TRUMPET
ALT:VIOLIN