You are welcome to view the orchestral score in your browser as a PDF file
You are welcome to listen to an audio file too. It’s a computer simulation of a performance generated by interpreting the orchestral score.
Both the orchestral score and the audio file were generated by the software into which I transcribed the printed score which was published in 1959.
I haven’t spent any time enhancing the performance by tweaking the software’s playback settings or whatever. What you hear is simply what the computer makes of the musical notation. This serves the purpose of this project: to have on my computer the means to explore this wonderful piece of music and how the composer uses the orchestra to produce these amazing sounds.
If you’d like to know more about the software into which I transcribed the orchestral score, then take a look at my previous post