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    Aug 05,  · One of Walker's best-known early works was "Lyric" for String Orchestra. It was originally the 2nd movement, 'Molto Adagio,' of his String Quartet No. 1 (), and is performed here in that.
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    A CONCERT IN HONOR OF ROGER SESSIONS 1. a. On the Beach of Fontana b. Romualdo's Song From "The Black Maskers" c. The Fishwife1 s Song From "The Trial of Lucullus" *7 Janice Harsanyi - Soprano Richard Cumming - Piano 2. String Quartet in E Minor Tempo moderato Adagio molto Vivace molto The Galimir Quartet.
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    Roger SESSIONS () Quintet for two violins, two violas and cello () [] Canons (to the memory of Stravinsky) for string quartet () [] Six Pieces for Cello () [] String Quartet No.1 in E minor () [] The Group for Contemporary Music Joshua Gordon.
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    Roger Sessions - Complete Works for Solo PianoSESSIONS, R. - COMPLETE WORKS FOR SOLO P - Skladom najširšia ponuka CD, DVD, Blu-ray a LP. Zákaznícke zľavy až do 10 percent. Rýchle dodanie tovaru alebo osobný odber.
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    The slow movement (Adagio molto) is the longest ( 19), and here Sessions’s lyrical side is given full reign. The long, arching lines weave in and out of a complex and often dissonant texture; a yearning, late-Romantic atmosphere confirms that the true spiritual godfather of this composer is Brahms.
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    Monday Afternoon Classics with Gandalf. Roger Sessions wrote his String Quartet No. 1 in E minor in fulfillment of a commission by Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge in Andrea Olmstead tells us in her liner notes that "The young Elliott Carter wrote in Modern Music of ‘a new and important quartet by Roger Sessions. Adagio molto
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    Buy Sessions - String Quartet; String Quintet by Roger Sessions, Group for Contemporary Music from Amazon's Classical Music Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2).
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    Life. John Harris Harbison was born on December 20, , in Orange, New Jersey, to the historian Elmore Harris Harbison and Janet German Harbison. The Harbisons were a musical family; Elmore had studied composition in his youth and Janet wrote songs. Harbison's sisters Helen and Margaret were musicians as well.
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    Benjamin Hudson (violin), Carol Zeavin (violin), Lois Martin (viola), Joshua Gordon (cello) & Jenny Douglass (viola), The Group for Contemporary Music. Skip to main content Wishlist My account Help $.

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