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Milhaud Concerto

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Lalo and Milhaud / Nadege Rochat, Cello. [CD]

Publisher: Ars Produktion Records

Lalo: Cello Concerto in D minor -- Divertissement pour Orchestre -- Scherzo. Milhaud: Cello Concerto No. 1, Op. 136. With the W├╝rttembergische Philharmonie Reutlingen. SACD.


Percussion Master Class On Works by Carter, Milhaud and Stravinsky.

Publisher: Meredith Music Publ.
Series: Meredith Music Master Class Series
ISBN13: 9781574631111

Contents: Eight Pieces for Four Timpani by Elliott Carter, analyzed by Morris Lang -- Concerto for Percussion and Small Orchestra by Darius Milhaud analyzed by Charles Dowd -- The Soldier's Tale by Stravinsky, analyzed by Anthony J. Cirone. Many music examples.


Concerto No. 1, Op. 127 : For Piano & Orchestra.

Publisher: Salabert Editions

Special import - allow 4-5 months. Additional charges for 3-4 week delivery.

$15.95 $10.40

Concerto : For Violin and Orchestra - Piano reduction.

Publisher: Heugel & Cie.

In three movements: Prelude -- Romance -- Final. Dedicated to Madame Sutter-Sapin.


Concerto : For Violin and Orchestra, Op. 12 / Gabriele Pieranunzi, Violin. [CD]

Publisher: Concerto Records

This disc also includes music by Milhaud and Stravinsky. With Soloists of the San Carlo Theatre in Naples.


Piano Concerto : For Piano And Large Orchestra / Reduction For Two Pianos, Four Hands.

Publisher: E. B. Marks Music
ISBN13: 9780634096792

This 1976 concerto by Bolcolm was previously published by Theodore Presser; this is a new engraving of Bolcom's piano reduction. Bolcom dedicated the work to Milhaud. Duration ca. 25 minutes.


Concertos For Two Pianos / Quattro Mani, Pianos. [CD]

Publisher: Bridge Records

Quattro Mani is comprised of the piano duo of Susan Grace and Alice Rybak. Here, they perform music by Poulenc, Milhaud and Bartok. With the Colorado College Summer Festival Orchestra.


Concerto, Op. 109 : Pour Batterie Et Petit Orchestre.

Publisher: Musikproduktion Juergen Hoeflich
Series: Repertoire Explorer

In one movement. With a preface in English and German. This work was composed in 1929-30, and premiered in 1930. It was written as an examination piece for a Belgian music school. The soloist navigates a large array of instruments. Reprinted from an early edition published by Universal.

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