The Girl in 14G was written by Jeanine Tesori for the American actress and singer, Kristen Chenoweth, and featured on her 2001 debut CD, Let Yourself Go. The song is based on her personal experience: when she first moved to New York City, she couldn’t sleep due to the constant noise. She meets her noisy neighbours and tells how she finally gets them to keep quiet. We hear elements from the opera Tristan und Isolde, the aria Queen of the Night from The Magic Flute, as well as Swan Lake.
|0 Full Score A3 - 1 Full Score - 1 Piano - 1 Voice - 1 Soprano Saxophone I - 1 Soprano Saxophone II - 2 Alto Saxophone I - 2 Alto Saxophone II - 1 Tenor Saxophone I - 1 Tenor Saxophone II - 1 Baritone Saxophone - 4 Flugelhorn I - 4 Flugelhorn II - 4 Flugelhorn III - 1 Cornet Eb - 2 Trumpet I - 2 Trumpet II - 2 Trumpet III - 1 Horn I F/Eb - 1 Horn II F/Eb - 1 Horn III F/Eb - 1 Horn IV F/Eb - 2 Trombone I C - 1 Trombone I Bb (BC/TC) - 2 Trombone II C - 1 Trombone II Bb (BC/TC) - 2 Trombone III C - 1 Trombone III Bb (BC/TC) - 1 Baritone I C - 2 Baritone I Bb (BC/TC) - 1 Baritone II C - 2 Baritone II Bb (BC/TC) - 1 Euphonium C - 2 Euphonium Bb (BC/TC) - 2 Bas Bb (BC/TC) - 2 Bas Eb (BC/TC) - 2 Tuba C - 1 Stringbass - 2 Percussion - 1 Drums - 1 Glockenspiel - 1 Timpani|
|Solo and Band/Catalogue New Band Music Vol. 17|
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