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Alan Bush

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« on: May 04, 2022, 07:28:37 am »

Alan Bush was born in London in 1900.

His late works display the characteristic features of his postwar music: clarity of tonality and thematic integration, athletic vigour and contrapuntal mastery.

Piano quintet opus 104 (1985):

In this work, the performers were:

Jeffrey Armstrong (violin I)
Paul Loeb van Zuilenburg IV (violin II)
Emile de Roubaix (viola)
Eddie McLean (cello)
Dominic Daula (piano)

Here for some reason one has to click on "Watch on Youtube"; I don't know why at present.

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