Dan Locklair’s popular organ work Rubrics continues to be enthusiastically received. English organist John Scott, currently Music Director at Saint Thomas Church, New York City, and formerly Choir director of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, is performing the movements IV and V of Rubrics on his world tour. He recently performed it at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Johannesburg and received an enthusiastic response from the audience. He also performed it at the Shrine of La Verna in Italy, the Roman Catholic Basilica in Haarlem, Holland, as well as Canberra and Melbourne, Australia.
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The early songs by were never orchestrated by Mahler himself, though over the years many people have created their own version of them. Colin and David Matthews, whose relationship with the music of Mahler is well-known, have collaborated on the orchestration of these songs. Their initial work dates back to 1964 and was meticulously refined right through to 2009. Josef Weinberger is proud to announce the release the final performing version of these songs for the first time.
Hans und Grete
Um schlimme Kinder artig zu machen
Ich ging mit Lust durch einen grünen Wald
Zu Straßburg auf der Schanz’
Ablösung in Sommer
Scheiden und Meiden
Orchestration: 2(2 dbl picc).3(3 dbl cor).3(2 dbl ecl; 3 dbl bcl).2(2 dbl cbn) / 126.96.36.199 / Timp / 2 perc / hp / str
Duration: Approximately 34 minutes
Score and parts: Both the score and parts are available on rental
May 16, 2014 – Norman Symonds – Pastel Blue, for string orchestra, 4′
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