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Stanley Bate (1911-1959)

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« on: March 10, 2022, 12:52:42 am »

I like Stanley Bate's music,too! I remember the first mention I ever saw of the composer was in a British Music Society newsletter,back in the 1980's,where Rob Barnett named his Third Symphony as one of the pieces of music that were the most in need for a recording!
I like the Third and Fourth Symphonies. I think the Piano Concerto No 2 is a lovely piece. A real charmer. It sounds so distinctive from any other British piano concerto I know. I also like the accompanying,Sinfonietta No 1,very much. (I also rather like the Reizenstein Piano Concerto,with which it's pared,but the Bate is the stand out). I wish Dutton would record more,too! (Or Chandos.....or Cpo!! And what about Somm? Just more,Bate,please!) :))
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