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Casella
CASELLA: Complete Piano Music. Lya de Barberiis (pno). Warner Fonit 0927 47043-2 (3-CD set).
John Foulds and the String Quartet
The Park Lane Group's recent concert series ‘The British String Quartet’ provided a useful conspectus of the various ways in which British composers have tackled the quartet medium; but at the
Rebecca Clarke's Chamber Music (I)
Thus Hugh Wood in this magazine, nearly a decade ago. At the time he was writing, one name whose re-emergence hadn't even been guessed at was that of Rebecca Clarke (1886–1979), who'd been living in
PETERASSI AND THE CONCERTO PRINCIPLE (II)
The first part of this article was published in Tempo No.194 (October 1995), pp. 2–11, and dealt with Goffredo Petrassi's first two Concertos for Orchestra as well as other works, notably the major
Spirit of Scotland
Liszt
stylized dances (Deuxième valse, Callirhoë – Air de Ballet, Valse romantique), works in the ‘songs without words’ vein (Solitude, Souvenance), emotionally charged late-Romantic effusions (Etude
Birmingham: John Foulds at Symphony Hall
The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra's conductor, Sakari Oramo, took up the cause of the long-neglected and little-regarded British composer John Foulds (1880–1939) in the late 1990s, as soon as
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