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Until recently we were unaware of the rich output of Irish composer Ina Boyle. She was the only woman composer to be published in the Carnegie Collection of British music with her atmospheric orchestral rhapsody, The Magic Harp from 1919. In 1934 she completed her String Quartet in E minor. In three movements, it has a distinctive, slightly Spartan, character. This is the world premiere commercial release of this work. E.J. Moeran's E flat quartet was found among his papers after his premature death. It was thought that the work was an early composition, but it is now thought that the sectional second movement dates from the post war 1940's. This fascinating recital from the Piatti Quartet is completed with the Welsh Hymn Tunes arrangements by Vaughan Williams and John Ireland's, The Holy Boy, in his arrangement
Until recently we were unaware of the rich output of Irish composer Ina Boyle. She was the only woman composer to be published in the Carnegie Collection of British music with her atmospheric orchestral rhapsody, The Magic Harp from 1919. In 1934 she completed her String Quartet in E minor. In three movements, it has a distinctive, slightly Spartan, character. This is the world premiere commercial release of this work. E.J. Moeran's E flat quartet was found among his papers after his premature death. It was thought that the work was an early composition, but it is now thought that the sectional second movement dates from the post war 1940's. This fascinating recital from the Piatti Quartet is completed with the Welsh Hymn Tunes arrangements by Vaughan Williams and John Ireland's, The Holy Boy, in his arrangement
5065002228352

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Format: CD
Label: RUBICON
Rel. Date: 01/27/2023
UPC: 5065002228352

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Until recently we were unaware of the rich output of Irish composer Ina Boyle. She was the only woman composer to be published in the Carnegie Collection of British music with her atmospheric orchestral rhapsody, The Magic Harp from 1919. In 1934 she completed her String Quartet in E minor. In three movements, it has a distinctive, slightly Spartan, character. This is the world premiere commercial release of this work. E.J. Moeran's E flat quartet was found among his papers after his premature death. It was thought that the work was an early composition, but it is now thought that the sectional second movement dates from the post war 1940's. This fascinating recital from the Piatti Quartet is completed with the Welsh Hymn Tunes arrangements by Vaughan Williams and John Ireland's, The Holy Boy, in his arrangement
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