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Tikhon Khrennikov Trio for Flute, Oboe and Piano


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« on: December 26, 2021, 10:40:03 am »

I can't find out any information about date of composition. Anyone know?

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« Reply #1 on: December 26, 2021, 11:43:42 am »

I can't find out any information about date of composition. Anyone know?

It doesn't seem to be listed on the official website -https://khrennikov.ru/sochineniya

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« Reply #2 on: December 31, 2021, 08:07:15 am »

Now finally having given the piece a try, I realize that this is a transcription of Khrennikov's Three Pieces for Violin and Piano (or Orchestra) Op. 26 from 1978. The transcription may or may not have been done by the composer himself, but in any case it's not a completely new work.
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« Reply #3 on: December 31, 2021, 12:59:20 pm »

Now finally having given the piece a try, I realize that this is a transcription of Khrennikov's Three Pieces for Violin and Piano (or Orchestra) Op. 26 from 1978. The transcription may or may not have been done by the composer himself, but in any case it's not a completely new work.

Many thanks for this clarification. Adaptations, deletions, re-numberings and re-scorings litter many composer's catalogues, as I found with Holbrooke!

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« Reply #4 on: December 31, 2021, 04:02:06 pm »

Now finally having given the piece a try, I realize that this is a transcription of Khrennikov's Three Pieces for Violin and Piano (or Orchestra) Op. 26 from 1978. The transcription may or may not have been done by the composer himself, but in any case it's not a completely new work.

Many thanks for this clarification. Adaptations, deletions, re-numberings and re-scorings litter many composer's catalogues, as I found with Holbrooke!

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Having just bought the CPO disc with Holbrooke's Clarinet Quintet (and having read the liner notes to understand how all the pieces on the disc are actually related to each other), I do know what you are talking about!
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« Reply #5 on: December 31, 2021, 10:10:22 pm »

Now finally having given the piece a try, I realize that this is a transcription of Khrennikov's Three Pieces for Violin and Piano (or Orchestra) Op. 26 from 1978. The transcription may or may not have been done by the composer himself, but in any case it's not a completely new work.

Many thanks for this clarification. Adaptations, deletions, re-numberings and re-scorings litter many composer's catalogues, as I found with Holbrooke!

 Roll Eyes

Having just bought the CPO disc with Holbrooke's Clarinet Quintet (and having read the liner notes to understand how all the pieces on the disc are actually related to each other), I do know what you are talking about!

This took me months to sort:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_compositions_by_Joseph_Holbrooke

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« Reply #6 on: January 01, 2022, 03:22:55 pm »

Thanks for the good work! I can tell you that I frequently come back to this list whenever I come across music by Holbrooke!
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« Reply #7 on: January 11, 2022, 04:30:44 pm »

Now finally having given the piece a try, I realize that this is a transcription of Khrennikov's Three Pieces for Violin and Piano (or Orchestra) Op. 26 from 1978. The transcription may or may not have been done by the composer himself, but in any case it's not a completely new work.

Many thanks for this clarification. Adaptations, deletions, re-numberings and re-scorings litter many composer's catalogues, as I found with Holbrooke!

 Roll Eyes

Having just bought the CPO disc with Holbrooke's Clarinet Quintet (and having read the liner notes to understand how all the pieces on the disc are actually related to each other), I do know what you are talking about!
That cd is one of my favourite Holbrooke  cd's. Lovely,lyrical music with a haunting,otherworldly atmosphere,splendidly performed and recorded that brings to mind old celtic legends ,the Welsh fair family,Edgar Allan Poe and other such imagery (At least it does for me!).
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