Herbert Howells (18921983)

Elegy

for viola and piano

para: Viola, piano

Partitura de piano, partichela del solista

Nº de artículo648590
Autor/CompositorHerbert Howells
EditorMORTIMER JOHN GLENESK
DificultadAvanzado
Alcance12 Páginas
Duración10 minutos
Año de lanzamiento2015
Editorial/fabricanteBoosey & Hawkes
N.º del fabricanteBH 13029
ISBN9781784541132
ISMN9790060130298
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Descripción

Composed in 1917 for viola, string quartet & string orchestra, and first performed that year at the Mons Memorial Concert at London’s Royal Albert Hall. The work is inscribed to the memory of Francis Purcell Warren, a fellow-student of the composer at the Royal College of Music in the years of the First World War. He was a Viola Scholar, and composer; and also one of the circle of young musicians that included Ivor Gurney, Eugene Goossens, Arthur Benjamin, Arthur Bliss and Howells himself – all fellow-students at one time. Purcell Warren was killed in the 1914–1918 War, and this Elegy was composed soon after his death.Full score and orchestral parts available on hire.