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Sir Alexander Mackenzie - Rhapsody Ecossaise, Op.21

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« on: September 20, 2022, 08:27:58 am »

Alexander Mackenzie was born in Edinburgh in 1847. He left us no symphonies. His sole string quartet, in G major, a very early work, appeared in 1868. He was knighted in 1895.

The Rhapsody écossaise, opus 21 (also known as the Scottish Rhapsody number 1 - there were three altogether), appeared in 1879.


And here is his organ piece, In Memoriam:

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