Music from the British Isles

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This is quite an attractive piece.
Gilbert Beard appeared in the Bach Hyphenated thread a few years ago.
Beard Menuet Antique.pdf
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Looks charming. Thank you Tim.
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Does anyone have Alec Templeton Concerto lirico (1942) and Gothic concerto for Piano & Orchestra ?

Thanks in advance.
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Does anyone have Maurice Besly score "River Gardens", Op.26-2?

Thank you in advance.
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ilu wrote: Tue Nov 06, 2018 6:12 pm Does anyone have Alec Templeton Concerto lirico (1942) and Gothic concerto for Piano & Orchestra ?

Thanks in advance.
Hi Ilu

These were both new to me, and I doubt they may have been published, although both works were performed in New York during 1950s. Would expect these must be held either by a library in the NY area (I checked a couple but no luck), or alternatively, not sure if there is a Templeton archive somewhere in the USA since Templeton lived and died in the USA in the 2nd half of his life ?

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Malcolm and Jim:

Thank you very much for your help.

I have Op. 26.1 that is at IMSLP and is a really remarkable composition; that's why I got interested in "River Gardens".
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Here's a link to a biography of Dublin-born composer Archy Rosenthal,
together with his Etude for Piano. This score has interesting provenance,
as the front cover has an inscription 'Bonnie Shasband(?) - from her friend
Archy Rosenthal'.

http://www.duncanhoneybourne.com/articl ... _rosenthal
Rosenthal Etude for Piano.pdf
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Timtin:

Thank you very much for your explanation and clarification.

By the way I've been looking for Archy Rosenthal's score "Placid Waters"; If someone has it, I'd appreciate it
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Hello,
Would anyone mind sharing the 3 Rhapsodies Op.92
by Stanford with the group and me?

Thanks
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