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Autumn in Beaufort III. Summershimmer: Women Composers for Organ Barbara Harbach, organ This disc by well-known organist and composer Barbara Harbach is an exciting foray into the richly diverse world of organ music by women composers. This disc, almost seventy-four minutes long, primarily surveys music not previously recorded including premieres of works by Ellen Taaffe Zwilich and Libby Larsen. This disc by well-known organist and composer Barbara Harbach is an exciting foray into the richly diverse world of organ music by women composers.

Collins is an award-winning pianist in several national and international competitions. Together, they bring nuance and virtuosity to this international program of music from the U. This exciting release captures a variety of twentieth century sounds for oboe and piano. Energy, sparkle, wit, and engaging melodies characterize these delightful sonatas from the second half of the eighteenth century.

Seventy-three minutes of premiere recordings by the well-known performer Barbara Harbach, who is also a pioneer in research on women composers.

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Enjoy the Baroque spirit at its frolicking best with the keyboard works of Elisabetta de Gambarini and Elizabeth Hardin. This disc juxtaposes the keyboard works of each composer at age eight, and again at age eleven. P ieces Parisiennes: Madame de Villeblanche and Marie Bigot , Susan Chan, piano This is the first recording of the complete works of Madame de Villeblanche and Marie Bigot, both composers active in the Paris music scene at the close of the eighteenth and beginning of the nineteenth century.

These challenging pieces richly enhance and expand our conception of the role of women composers of this time period.

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Chan is a gifted interpreter of Eastern and Western keyboard repertoire. He went on to teach music at Radley College, a well-known school a few miles south of Oxford, where there is a superb memorial to him in engraved glass. On 5 th August, the next month, he was killed by sniper fire at the age of His body was immediately buried by his platoon in a make-shift grave, but has not been recovered since.

She becomes pregnant by him and decides to run away to sea after stealing money from her parents. She gives birth on board the ship, but there are difficulties with no help at hand. Knowing that she is going to die she asks her lover to bind a napkin around her head and throw her and her child overboard. Rather shockingly, he agrees. As a composer Elgar was a comparative late developer. If he had died at the age that Butterworth and Schubert did he would barely warrant a mention in dictionaries of music. It was not until he was in his forties that he achieved fame with larger scale works like the Enigma Variations and the oratorio The Dream of Gerontius Up to this time he was a composer of charming miniatures such as these, all originally for violin and piano.

Chanson de Matin was probably written in or but was not published till , serving as a companion piece to Chanson de Nuit published two years before. The orchestration of these two pieces in helped their popularity enormously. Chanson de Matin has a particularly fresh and enchanting melody, which, while not as profound as the Chanson de Nuit , endeared itself quickly to audiences and makes its adaptation to wind instruments very fitting.

The title of La Capricieuse , composed for violin and piano in , refers to a girl or woman who is moody, inconstant or whimsical, reflected in the flighty main theme and the ultra-romantic middle section.

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Elgar made three versions of this piece: for solo piano, violin and piano, and for orchestra. It shows Elgar at his most tender and, like the Chanson de Matin , lends itself very easily to performance on wind instruments.


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In the second half of the 19 th century European classical music was heavily dominated by Germany. It was therefore quite natural for the Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg to study in the musical centre of Leipzig. He impressed Liszt who taught there , and later Tchaikovsky who was on a visit to the city with his ability to compose music of substantial emotional content that had an immediately discernible Norwegian flavour.

While he was one of many nationalist composers of the time such as Dvorak, Sibelius, and later, Bartok and Vaughan-Williams , he always remained outward-looking and considered his music European rather than narrowly Scandinavian. While his Piano Concerto in A minor and the Peer Gynt Suite remain enduringly popular, it is perhaps in his miniature pieces for piano that Grieg is most effective, particularly in the 66 Lyric Pieces for piano published in ten volumes.

One of the best-known ones is in Book 8: Wedding Day at Troldhaugen , written in to celebrate his 25 th wedding anniversary. The opening section is exuberant and joyful, and depicts the arrival of the guests who are offering congratulations and best wishes. The imitative calling cries out for the sonorities of different instruments that the medium of the wind quintet naturally provides.

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He was a highly original composer in his own right, however, winning the Prix de Rome in beating Ravel! Caplet served as a soldier in the First World War, but was gassed and died of the resulting injury to his lungs a few years afterwards.

He is now remembered however as one of the great WW1 poets, with much of his poetry written while he was a soldier at the front. He was wounded and gassed in and invalided out of the war. While his poetry is celebrated, his musical compositions songs, orchestral pieces, chamber music have received less attention, with nearly two-thirds of them being unpublished and unrecorded. His piano preludes, here arranged for wind quintet, were written in and , in a rich, late-Romantic style, quite untouched by either the current vogue for folk music or the acerbic style of the modern neo-Classical composers.

They are delicate miniatures, full of tenderness and redolent of Schumann, yet somehow still as English as Elgar. In Tchaikovsky was commissioned to write a series of 12 piano pieces for a monthly musical magazine called Nouvellist that was published in St Petersburg.

Each edition during featured a new piece appropriate to the time of year. The editor supplied each of them with a subtitle and a short poem January features one by Pushkin, no less! The resulting suite was published as opus 37a The Seasons. The most popular ones are June and November the latter was a favourite encore of Rachmaninov. There have been many arrangements of these pieces, especially June , both for orchestra and for diverse solo instruments.


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Tchaikovsky was not mainly a piano composer but tended to think orchestrally, thus making the task of transcribing for wind quintet relatively easy. When playing his piano pieces you are constantly aware of allusions to orchestral sonorities. This is an arrangement made especially for the Pavlova Quintet by the English composer Lionel Sainsbury of his two piano pieces dating from Born in Wiltshire, England, he started to play the piano at an early age, and soon began to compose his own music.

He has written large-scale works for piano he himself is a virtuoso pianist , often in a Latin-American idiom, as well as a violin concerto recorded in by Lorraine McAslan and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and a cello concerto recorded in by Raphael Wallfisch and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. The languid Cuban Dance no.

It has become a frequent encore piece for the violinist, Tasmin having performed it all over the world since premiering it in His expert version for wind quintet of both dances is notable for the rich orchestral sonorities he creates from the medium. While his older brother Ira was having formal piano lessons George Gershwin was running around the streets of Brooklyn being something of a tearaway!

It was not until he was ten years old, when he heard a friend give a violin recital, that he suddenly became interested in music. He had a slow start to his piano tuition as it took a while to find a suitable teacher. Progress was thereafter extremely rapid, with George learning substantially through watching the movements of the keys on a mechanical piano! He wrote his first song in , earning 50 cents, but it was his song Swanee that launched his career. The singer Al Jolson heard him play it at a party and asked if he could sing it.

Perhaps his most enduring masterpiece was his opera Porgy and Bess , initially something of a flop, but later considered one of the greatest American theatrical works of the 20 th century. Gershwin was that typically American phenomenon, a composer who wanted to bridge the gap between popular and classical music. His attempts to take composition lessons with luminaries like Nadia Boulanger in Paris and the composer Maurice Ravel were thwarted.

Both refused to teach him, not because they thought him sub-standard, but because they felt they may ruin his natural facility in producing works of art in a popular idiom. In Porgy and Bess there are compositional devices such as fugue and passacaglia that go well beyond the normal techniques of a writer of musicals.