The Piano-Organ, an Accompanied Reading
Soprano Recorder, Alto Recorder, Tenor Recorder, Sopranino Recorder - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by Paul Burnell, Johann Strauss II. 21st Century, Spoken Word. Score, Set of Parts. 11 pages. Published by Paul Burnell (S0.90117).
Item Number: S0.90117
Composed 2015. One of a series of fourteen accompaniments to texts published between 1886-1899. Duration 2:10 approx.For recorder quartet - sopranino, soprano, alto, tenor - and narrator. Text: 'The Piano-Organ' by Amy Levy (1861 - 1889). The piece may be performed without narrator.
Programme note:Amy Levy was a British essayist, poet, and novelist. 'The 'Piano-Organ' was included in her poetry collection 'A London Plane-Tree and Other Verse’ published in 1889, the year of her death. The accompaniment is an distorted version of part of 'An Der Elbe' by Johann Strauss II - published in 1898 one year before his death.
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