Alec Rowley

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Re: Alec Rowley

Post by mballan » Mon Oct 25, 2010 5:58 pm

It is a cold, dark autumnal Monday evening......the scent of wood smoke in the air, fallen leaves scatter apon the ground ..........and a good time for a Festival of Rowley. [with thanks to Mr P]

Seven Preludes
Rowley A - Seven Preludes.pdf
Evening Mists
Rowley A - Evening Mists.pdf
Two Poems [taken from the work Six Poems]
Rowley A - Two Poems [from Six Poems].pdf
North Sea Fantasies
Rowley A - North Sea Fantasies.pdf
Op 31 Six Impromptus - No. 1 Humporesque, No. 2 Oriental Valse, No. 4 Valse Impromptu & No. 6 Novelette
Rowley A - Humoresque Op 31 No. 1.pdf
Rowley A - Oriental Valse Op 31 No. 2.pdf
Rowley A - Valse Impromptu Op 31 No. 4.pdf
Rowley A - Novelette Op.31 No.6.pdf
Op 33 The Festival of Pan
Rowley A - The Festival of Pan Op 33.pdf
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Re: Alec Rowley

Post by Biljana » Mon Oct 25, 2010 8:07 pm

Dear Malcolm,
thank you very much for all these Rowley's pieces.
Thank you

Biljana
:) :D :)

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Re: Alec Rowley

Post by Ferruccio » Mon Oct 25, 2010 8:08 pm

Biljana wrote:Dear Malcolm,
thank you very much for all these Rowley's pieces.
Thank you

Biljana
:) :D :)

Seconded !!
Best regards, Ferruccio

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Re: Alec Rowley

Post by fredbucket » Thu Nov 04, 2010 5:02 am

Sibley have just released this...

Publication Name: A flower suite for piano solo. Op. 10.
URL: https://urresearch.rochester.edu/instit ... onNumber=1
Composer:Rowley, Alec (1892 - 1958)

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Re: Alec Rowley

Post by mballan » Wed Dec 29, 2010 12:58 pm

It has been a little while since we have had any new Rowley scores. The composer wrote a series of Nocturnes, some of which I think are very attractive, and delightful to perform. Also included is his Op 16 Two Album Leaves and Three Pieces.

Op 16 Two Album Leaves
Rowley A - Op 16 Two Album Leaves.pdf
Three Pieces
Rowley A - Three Pieces.pdf
Nocturnes Nos 1 & 2
Rowley A - Two Nocturnes.pdf
Nocturne No. 3
Rowley A - Nocturne No. 3.pdf
Nocturne No. 4
Rowley A - Nocturne No. 4.pdf
Nocturne No. 5
Rowley A - Nocturne No. 5.pdf
Malcolm & Mr P
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Re: Alec Rowley

Post by Jean-Séb » Thu Dec 30, 2010 7:56 am

What a treat. Thank you.
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Re: Alec Rowley

Post by Timtin » Mon Apr 18, 2011 7:17 pm

Jolidays - chillaxing netizen edutainment. Emoticon.
Rowley Jolidays.pdf
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Re: Alec Rowley

Post by rob » Mon Apr 18, 2011 11:10 pm

Timtin wrote:...chillaxing netizen edutainment...
I am considering asking my colleagues to vote on banning these words - they are just too 'kewl' (*throws up*)

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Re: Alec Rowley

Post by Timtin » Tue Apr 19, 2011 7:23 am

Rob - the use of these dreadful portmanteau words was, of course, chosen to be consistent with
title of the Rowley work. If they were banned, along with all other such words, then we would also
be without 'netiquette', 'freeware', and 'modems', which could prove rather tricky!
:-)

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Re: Alec Rowley

Post by rob » Tue Apr 19, 2011 7:49 am

Timtin wrote:Rob - the use of these dreadful portmanteau words was, of course, chosen to be consistent with
title of the Rowley work. If they were banned, along with all other such words, then we would also
be without 'netiquette', 'freeware', and 'modems', which could prove rather tricky!
:-)
I am showing my age by rebelling against words invented by younger people. I'm becoming a fuddy-duddy :) These youngsters should show respeck to the language! ;)

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