Sequenza (Sequence). Title given by Berio to series of short aleatory virtuoso works for solo instr. e.g. hp., vn., tb., pf., ob., fl., va., perc., and female v. Nos. II, VI, and VII were later arr. with orch. and called Chemins I, II, and IV respectively.
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