Piano Music of North America (Canada & the USA)

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Piano Music of North America (Canada & the USA)

Post by Paddys » Fri Oct 02, 2009 9:49 pm

Here is Jazz Nocturne by Dana Suesse, a pupil of Siloti and Nadia Boulanger.

For biographical information, see:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dana_Suesse

And you can watch the lovely Dana here.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxuWfAJvtCg

Cheers,

P.
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Post by klavierelch » Sat Oct 03, 2009 7:07 am

What a cute composer! (OK, this is a "Germans only" joke.)
But honestly I am always quite amazed how many composers studied with good old Nadia. Sometimes I think it would be shorter to list all 20th century composers who didn't study with her.
Ars opus est hominis, non opus artis homo.

John Owen, Epigrammata (1615)

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Post by kh0815 » Sat Oct 03, 2009 7:12 am

... and I'm impressed by the connection to the Siloti-Rachmaninov-Tchaikovsky circle, on the very other hand ...

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Post by phikfy » Mon Oct 12, 2009 11:00 am

I look for these for a while: Sonata Teutonica and Sonata Psychologique by John Powell. I think here is my last resort. Could Alfor help? Thanks.
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Post by alfor » Mon Oct 12, 2009 11:28 am

Sonata teutonica can be ordered here:
http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/search?Se ... =teutonica
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Post by phikfy » Tue Oct 13, 2009 10:55 am

alfor wrote:Sonata teutonica can be ordered here:
http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/search?Se ... =teutonica
Thanks a lot for your help Alfor!!

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Post by thalbergmad » Sun Oct 18, 2009 5:24 pm

I think i am on safe ground here as this
Wagner, J - A Fugal Triptych.pdf
is unpublished and bears no copyright markings. It actually has the composers name and address on the cover, with a "please return to" so i expect it had limited circulation.

If this posting is not in order, i will undoubtedly get spanked by the admins and extradited to the USA, where i will get an 800 year prison sentence. I don't want to live off McDonalds for the rest of my life so i hope this is OK.

I risk all this my friends, becuase i love you.

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Post by fredbucket » Sun Oct 18, 2009 11:30 pm

thalbergmad wrote:If this posting is not in order, i will undoubtedly get spanked by the admins and extradited to the USA, where i will get an 800 year prison sentence. I don't want to live off McDonalds for the rest of my life so i hope this is OK.
I had to think long and hard (long meaning I fell asleep whilst thinking...) and I was sorely tempted (when I woke up) to pull the trigger on this one but eventually decided not to subject Thal to the fate he describes. Firstly, because 'In and Out Burgers' are much better (although only in LA I think) and secondly...
thalbergmad wrote:I risk all this my friends, becuase i love you.
...because we love you too, of course, typoes included.

Any more Hay on Wye coming?

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Post by thalbergmad » Mon Oct 19, 2009 5:04 pm

Going to Hay on Wye on 31st, so should bring back lots of old junk. Not sure you really want me old thread back though :lol:

Most of my recent purchases are too dodgy for here, but i have got a concerto by Hugo Anson that i have scanned which is copyright 1941. If this is OK, i will post it, but please let me know what thread so you can answer all the "Nationality" arguments :shock:

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Post by passthesalt » Mon Oct 19, 2009 6:26 pm

fredbucket wrote:In and Out Burgers are much better.
Regards
Fred
Agreed that In and Out Burgers (in California) is better than Mickey D's, but best of all is The Burger Box in Euless, Texas (locals call this town "Useless, Texas"), which features milkshakes made with Double Fudge Blue Bell ice cream. Blue Bell ice cream, although frequently smuggled across state lines, is available only in Texas.

When I was pregnant, I'd waddle into The Burger Box at least 5 times a week to get one of these heavenly milkshakes until one day an employee muttered, "Honey, anything you gain over 25 pounds, you get to keep after the baby is born." I was too mortified to walk in after that, so I used the drive-through until they recognized me. After that, I made my husband or neighbor buy them for me. I used to think that the extra milk-fat in the shakes made my kids' brains bigger, but then they'd do something like get wedged behind the refrigerator or paint with margarine, which blew that rationalization out of the water.

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