Contents: Allegro con brio -- Scherzo -- Adagio con moto -- Allegro molto. Smyth dedicated this work to the memory of Rhoda Garrett. Reprinted from an early edition published by Peters in Leipzig.
In four movements. With a foreword and preface in English and German. This is a facsimile of Smyth's autograph, held in the Durham University Library. Smyth most likely composed this work while under the tutelage of Heinrich von Herzogenberg, between 1878 and 1884.
Dedicated to Lily Wach, born Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. A challenging work in four movements.
Contents I. -- II. Adagio -- III. Scherzo -- IV. Allegro. With an editorial note in German, and biographical sketch in German and English. One plate. This edition is based on the autograph manuscript, held in the Durham University Library. Duration ca. 33 minutes.
Contents: Allegro con brio -- Andantino poco Allegretto -- Scherzo -- Adagio con moto -- Allegro molto. Smyth's first published work was composed in 1883. The music was dedicated to the memory of her friend, Rhoda Garrett. Reprinted from the 1884 edition published by C. F. Peters.
A cello sonata in three movements. The music is melodic, and not overly challenging. Reprinted from an early edition published by Peters in Leipzig.
String Quartet in E minor by Ethel Smyth; String Quartet in One Movement, op. 89 by Amy Beach; Phantasy String Quartet in D minor by Susan Spain-Dunk.
Composers Kerstin Thieme, Ethel Smyth, Mia Schmidt, Verdina Shlonski, Elisabeth Cuyper, Tu Wen-Hut, Jacquelin Fontyn,
Howick performs works by Ethel Smyth, Elizabeth Maconchy, Irene Regina Wieniawska, Phyllis Tate, and Ethel Barns. With Sophia Rahman, piano.
Music by York Bowen, Eric Coates, John Foulds, Hubert Parry, Ethel Smyth, William Walton, and more. Rumon Gumba conducts the BBC National Orchestra.
The City of Prague Philharmonic, conducted by Gavin Sutherland, performs music by Paul Lewis, Peter Hope, Cesar Franck, Peter Warlock, Joseph Jongen, Charles Lecocq, Jean Gabriel-Marie, and Dame Ethel Smyth.
Contents: I. Allegretto lirico -- II. Allegro molto leggiero -- III. Andante -- IV. Allegro energico. Smyth dedicated this work to the London Quartet. Reprinted from the 1914 edition published by Universal.
In one movement. With a preface in German and English. Smyth's take on the popular English tune reflects the composer's defiance of the musical patriarchy of the time. This reprint edition includes a viola part which may substitute for oboe.
Contents: 1. Close on Freedom -- 2. The Deliverance. With a preface in German and English. Smyth wrote this work in 1929-30 on a libretto by Henry Brewster. It premiered in Edinburgh in 1931. This is a facsmile of the autograph manuscript.
Du, O schoenes Weltgebaeude!; O Gott du frommer Gott; Schwing dich auf zu dei- nem Gott; Erschienen ist der herrlich' Tag; O Traurigkeit, O Herzelied. Bio- graphical note; notes on each piece.
Smyth's large choral work was premiered in 1893 to great enthusiasm. With Catriona Smith, soprano; Helene Schneidermann, alto; Scott MacAlister, tenor; Andreas Macco, bass; Hermann Trefz, organ; Philharmonia Choir Stuttgart; Württembergische Philharmonie Reutlingen.
Edited by Liana Gavrila-Serbescu. This volume is comprised of Smyth's individual piano pieces (as opposed to sonatas) and variations. With an introduction and critical notes.
Smyth composed this Trio at the age of 22. It consists of four movements. This is a performing edition based on the manuscript score and parts. With a preface by Margaret Lucia and Terry King. Duration ca. 35 minutes.
Four movements. With a preface in German and English. It is uncertain when Smyth composed this ambitious work; it was most likely composed between 1878 and 1884. This edition is based on the composer's autograph.
Edited by Liana Gavrila-Serbescu. Smyth composed all of her piano music during her years studying in Leipzig. This volume contains her three piano sonatas, all composed in 1877. With a preface and critical notes.