Clarinet, cello and piano
Composed by Cyril Scott (1879-1970). 55A. Modern. Score and parts. Edition Peters #EP71596. Published by Edition Peters (PE.EP71596).
Item Number: PE.EP71596
British composer, writer, philosopher, and poet Cyril Scott was born on September 27th, 1879, in Oxton, Merseyside, in northern England. He composed approximately four hundred works, including four symphonies, three operas, two piano concerti, four oratorios, concerti for violin, violoncello, oboe, and harpsichord, and several overtures, in addition to tone poems, chamber music, and songs. Between 1903 and 1914, Scott wrote more music for the piano than any other composer with the exception of Scriabin. He was admired by Scriabin, Grainger, Strauss, and Stravinsky, and was at times referred to as The English Debussy. Cyril Scott composed up until three weeks before his death, on December 31st, 1970. death, on December 31st, 1970.
Score and Parts.