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104 Frammenti Aforistichi (Sutras) : For Piano / Ed. by Thomas Smetryns & Lukas Huisman.

Publisher: Sorabji Music Archive

A collection of 104 short and unmetered pieces. With an introduction. Dedicated to Harold Morland and Donald Garvelmann. Sorabji began writing these fragments in 1962, and most were probably composed by 1964. Premiered in Ghent, March 2005 by Daan Vandewalle. Very challenging music.

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Rapsodie Espagnole : transcribed For Piano by Kaikhosru Sorabji / edited by Frazer Jarvis.

Publisher: Sorabji Music Archive

Sorabji prepared this transcription of Ravel's 1907 orchestral work in 1923. It is an extremely challenging arrangement, requiring three staves throughout.

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Piano Sonata No. 4. [CD]

Publisher: Altarus

Jonathan Powell performs Sorabji's monumental piano sonata. Powell is the first composer to perform the work since Sorabji premiered it in 1930.

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20 Frammenti Aforistici : For Piano Solo (1964) / Ed. by Florian Steininger.

Publisher: Sorabji Music Archive

A set of very brief but highly virtuosic pieces. Sorabji dedicated the music to Harold Morland.

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100 Transcendental Studies, Nos. 44-62 / Fredrik Ullen, Piano. [CD]

Publisher: Bis

Ullen performs a selection of Sorabji's extremely challenging pieces, composed in the early 1940s.

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100 Transcendental Studies, Nos. 72-83 / Fredrik Ullen, Piano. [CD]

Publisher: Bis

Ullen performs twelve of Sorabji's extremely complex and virtuosic works for piano.

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Fantasiettina Atematica : For Oboe, Flute & Clarinet (1981) / Ed. by Marc-Andre Roberge.

Publisher: Sorabji Music Archive

A new, critical edition of Sorabji's short trio. Previously, only a manuscript version had been available. Parts available separately.

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Variazione Maliziosa E Perversa Sopra la Morte d'Ase Da Grieg : For Piano (1974).

Publisher: Sorabji Music Archive

Edited by Chris Rice; reproduced from the editor's manuscript. An example of the sort of miniature characteristic of Sorabji's later years. Recorded by Donna Amato on Altarus 9021.

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Piano Symphony No. 6 (Symphonia Claviensis) / Ed. Jonathan Powell & Alex Abercrombie.

Publisher: Sorabji Music Archive

A massive work for piano solo in three parts. Each part contains multiple sections. Sorabji composed the music in 1975. A virtuosic work.

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Opusculum : For Orchestra (1923) / Ed. by Frazer Jarvis.

Publisher: Sorabji Music Archive

In one movement. With editorial, performance and critical notes. Sorabji dedicated this work to John Ireland. The music is for full orchestra, and is on mystical themes.

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Quattro Frammenti Aforistici (1977) : For Piano / Ed. by Lukas Huisman.

Publisher: Sorabji Music Archive

Authorised archival photocopy of the Sikesdi Press edition (Calgary, 1991). Extremely brief works (one or two systems each), of which Sorabji wrote about a hundred in his later years. Extensive critical notes by the editor.

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Concertino Non Grosso : For Piano, Four Violins, Viola, Cello / Ed. by Marc-Andre Roberge.

Publisher: Sorabji Music Archive

This work was written in 1968, and was Sorabji's last work before a temporary retirement from composing. This challenging piece was dedicated to Mervyn Vicars and his family. With an introduction and critical notes.

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Il Tessuto d'Arabeschi : For Flute & String Quartet (1979) / Ed. by Marc-Andre Roberge.

Publisher: Sorabji Music Archive

This work was the only commission Sorabji ever received; it was commissioned by his friend Norman Gentieu and premiered in 1982. This edition includes an introduction and critical report.

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Desir Eperdu : For Piano / edited by Frazer Jarvis.

Publisher: Sorabji Music Archive

Sorabji composed this brief but challenging piece for piano in 1917. The music consists of block chords in the right hand and undulating arpeggios in the left; it is to be played with great passion.

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Gulistan : Nocturne For Piano (1940) / Ed. by Jonathan Powell.

Publisher: Sorabji Music Archive

In one movement. Sorabji dedicated this work to his friend, Harold Morland. The music is preceded by extended quotes from writings Sa'di and Norman Douglas. A complex and virtuosic work.

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Piano Symphony No. 4 / Ed. by Alexander Abercrombie.

Publisher: Sorabji Music Archive

In one movement. Sorabji composed this work in 1962, and dedicated it to Harold Rutland. The music is of a large scale, and is highly complex. The middle section of the work is dominated by a theme and variations.

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Vocalise-Reminiscenza, Op. 29 : For Piano (1994) / edited by Frazer Jarvis.

Publisher: Sorabji Music Archive

In one movement. With program and performance notes. Dedicated to the memory of Kaikhosru Sorabji. Sorabji wished to compose a work based on Rachmaninov's Vocalise, but was unable to do so. Of advanced difficulty.

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Concerto Per Suonare Da Me Solo : For Piano Solo (1946).

Publisher: Sorabji Music Archive

Edited by Jonathan Powell, Richard Younger, Francois Fabre and Alexander Abercrombie. A very attractive new edition of this large work by Sorabji, which is not without a sense of humor despite its weight. With notes by Powell.

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Suggested Bell-Chorale For St. Luke's Carillon (1961) / Critical Edition by Marc-Andre Roberge.

Publisher: Sorabji Music Archive

This piece is one of the shortest ever composed by Sorabji. It was written for the Campanile of St. Luke's Church Germantown, Pennsylvania, at the request of his friend Norman Gentieu. With an introduction and critical report.

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