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 on: Today at 03:14:02 pm 
Started by Albion - Last post by Dundonnell
Musicweb review today:

http://www.musicweb-international.com/classrev/2019/Feb/Sullivan_light_2CDLX7356.htm

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 on: Today at 12:18:18 am 
Started by Albion - Last post by jimfin
Have received my copy and what a marvelous work! I had no idea it would be so dramatic and uplifting! Well done Portsmouth for this rescue act!

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 on: Today at 12:17:11 am 
Started by Albion - Last post by jimfin
Colin I'm so glad to hear you say so, and yes, I wish he had pursued this further.

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 on: February 21, 2019, 06:11:53 pm 
Started by Albion - Last post by Dundonnell
As I listened to "The Light of the World" again the more convinced I am that the work is a masterpiece! And what a glorious final chorus😁.
Utter heresy I know....but I wish Sullivan had written fewer operettas and more of this sort of music.

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 on: February 21, 2019, 12:56:36 pm 
Started by Albion - Last post by Albion
A superb new book has been published covering the range of music and literature of Cyril Scott, The Cyril Scott Companion, edited by Desmond Scott, Lewis Foreman and Leslie De'ath all of whom have worked tirelessly to get Scott's music back before the public. There are also significant contributions from Martyn Brabbins and Martin Yates who have revived Scott's major scores on Chandos and Dutton respectively. This is a substantial tome at over 700 pages and beautifully produced with many rare photographs and musical examples:



https://boydellandbrewer.com/the-cyril-scott-companion-hb.html

I payed just over 36 on Amazon... well worth the investment.

 Smiley

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 on: February 21, 2019, 01:01:45 am 
Started by gprengel - Last post by gprengel
I'd like to present to you my Symphony in C minor and I would very much appreciate your impressions - thank you! 

I. Andante /Allegro con brio ed appassionato (C Major / C minor)

Structure:

0:01 Andante, a choral, first in solemn C Major by solo horns, later tragically turning into C minor
2:54 Allegro con brio ed appassionato, C minor, 6/8, Exposition
6:33 Development
9:16 Recapitulation
12:57 Coda
  14:38 resuming the choral theme
  15:07 Presto

http://gerdprengel.de/symphony-1.mp3
http://gerdprengel.de/symphony-1.pdf  (score)

II. Andante cantabile
An Andante with 7 variations on the theme which Beethoven sketched for the second movement of his planned 10th symphony in 1825.

http://gerdprengel.de/symphony-2.mp3
http://gerdprengel.de/Symphony-2.pdf


III. Scherzo

Among Beethoven's sketches for a 10th symphony from 1825 there are the opening 24 measures for a Scherzo (titled 'Presto') and the 7 measure theme for a  Trio as a middle part of the movement. This Scherzo theme is one of the most furious and powerful Scherzo themes I know, somewhat a mixture of the Scherzo themes of his fith symphony  and Schummann's first symphony. I made an atttempt to develop these themes to a whole symphonic movement.

Sketches:
http://gerdprengel.de/mediapool/72/727710/resources/20946520.jpg
http://gerdprengel.de/sketch3.jpg

My realisation:
http://gerdprengel.de/Scherzo-10th.mp3
http://gerdprengel.de/Scherzo_on_10th.pdf


IV.  Allegro con spirito

The Finale is the most vivid and jubilent movement I wrote so far. In the development (starting at 4:30) more dark and exotic colours come in:

http://gerdprengel.de/symphony-4.mp3


Gerd

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 on: February 20, 2019, 01:39:49 pm 
Started by kyjo - Last post by dhibbard
the Klassika raadio - 10 2 CD set.. includes a classical CD and Fok/Jazz from Estonian Radio...
Dear Mr Hibbard
Please could you give more details about it? Symphonies,Cantatas,Chamber and Choral music?
TIA

yes it a now discontinued 2 CD set called Estonian Classical folk and jazz favorites... issued by EER  ERCD051/052   if you google it you can see it.

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 on: February 20, 2019, 11:47:27 am 
Started by kyjo - Last post by cilgwyn
Wow! Shocked The things a drop of lager can do to the brain! Connecting Sacheverell Coke with Reger?!!

REGER
ROGER Sacheverell Coke

There. not so hard!
Grin Yes! Roll Eyes Grin And you probably start thinking you are listening to Reger (not Roger!).........or,the other way around?!! Undecided Grin

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 on: February 20, 2019, 09:42:40 am 
Started by Toby Esterhase - Last post by Gauk
Graunke's violin concerto is available on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImaAGYFTr3c

The first two movements are rather unmemorable, but the jaunty finale is worth hearing.

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 on: February 20, 2019, 06:03:15 am 
Started by kyjo - Last post by jimmatt
Vinicius Grefiens - Şase imagini pentru orchestră (Orchestra Filarmonicii din Arad, dirijor Nicolae Boboc)

From Romanian Radio
Vinicius Grefiens
- composer and professor -
(born 27.11.1916 Amărăştii de Jos - Dolj - m. 07.07.2000 Bucharest)   

     He studied music at the Conservatory of Bucharest (1936-1944) with Ioan D. Chirescu (theory-solfegiu), Mihail Jora (harmony, contrapunct, fugue, composition and orchestration), Dimitrie Cuclin (aesthetics and musical forms) Brăiloiu (music history, folklore), Ionel Perlea (conducting orchestra), Stefan Popescu (conducting cor), Ion Ghiga (score reading), Paul Jelescu (piano) and Vasile Filip (violin). He obtained his degree from the Faculty of Law in Bucharest (1945).
    
     Professor of musical theory and piano at the Military Music School in Bucharest (1941-1942), music editor at the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Company (1942-1944, 1947-1950), music teacher at various high schools in Bucharest (1945-1951), assistant ( 1951-1957), lecturer (1957-1962), lecturer (1962-1972) and professor (1972-1981) at the reading department at the Conservatory in Bucharest. He wrote articles, reviews and studies in "Music", "Literary Romania", etc. He held conferences, lectures, concerts, lessons, communications, radio and television broadcasts. He was part of the national jury of musical competitions. He performed instrumental transcripts on classical works (JS Bach). He was awarded the Composers Union Awards (1972, 1979, 1996 - Grand Prize) and the Second Prize at the International Choral Music Contest in Tour, France (1976).

    

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