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Erik Chisholm's Violin Concerto - Glasgow performance and BBC broadcast

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« Reply #15 on: April 25, 2015, 06:07:52 pm »

If I recall what was said by John Purser in his biography on Chisholm, he referred to the final as 'too clever by half' and thought it was sensible that it was dropped and that Chisholm must have approved the move.

I really do not understand that in the least. Purser cannot have adequately imagined the effect of the movement from reading the score.
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