A string quartet in one movement. Goossens dedicated this work to the London String Quartet. Reprinted from the 1917 edition published by J. W. Chester, London.
Composed for Nicholas Daniel and Judith Drake, this short piece makes use of music from the slow movement of Bach's Concerto in D for oboe and violin. With a biography and brief program note.
4 sections: On Learning and Teaching; On Music and Culture; On Composing; Coda Landscapes Remembered - Memory and Musical Continuity.
Biographical introduction. Instrumentation. Dedicated to the memory of Eugene Goossens. Duration: 10 minutes.
Dedicated to Leon Goossens. The oboe is set in relief against the strings in this one-movement piece. Reprint edition.
Works by Farrar, Parry, Stanford, Goossens, Vaughan-Williams, Benjamin, Murrill, Leigh, Mayerl, Hold. Print on demand, 2-4 weeks.
3d1, 2, 2, 2 - 4, 2, 0, 0, timp, perc, hp, cel, str.
3d1, 2+1, 2+1, 2 - 4, 3, 3, 1, timp, perc, hp, str.
Includes: Romance, from Act II of Don Juan de Manara; and Lyric Poem, op. 35.
Subtitled : Twelve short pianoforte pieces. In the daring harmonic idiom which characterises this unjustly neglected composer's work.
Stainer dedicated this quartet to Leon Goossens. The music is in three elegant but challenging movements. With a biographical note. Duration ca. 14 minutes.
Classic recordings feature Peter Pears, tenor; Dennis Brain, horn; Benjamin Britten, piano; and the National Symphony Orchestra. Conducted by Eugene Goossens.