for violin (alternate flute, or alternate clarinet), cello, and piano
pft, vln, vlc
Boosey & Hawkes
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This tableau from the French Police Department around 1900 was used to identify persons. It is divided into twelve sections, each representing a part of the face. Each section includes up to forty small photographs, which illustrate in detail different types of ears, eyelids, chins, noses, etc. This board is only a poetic trigger. The harmonic material is derived from clusters.