Concertino for Piano and Orchestra, Op.25 (Grayson, Martin)

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#28531 - 0.11MB, 12 pp. -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0- !N/!N/!N - 367x

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Martin Grayson (2009/2/19)

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Martin Grayson (2009/2/19)

PMLP62763-MartinGraysonPianoConoScore.pdf
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Work Title Concertino for Piano and Orchestra
Alternative Title
Composer Grayson, Martin
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.25
Movements/Sections 1
Year/Date of Composition 1971
First Publication 2008
Piece Style Modern
Instrumentation Piano and small orchestra


Misc. Comments

This is a short work from back in 1971 when we were encouraged to believe that serial music would come to rule the world and many composers had given up writing tonal music. The composer feels there are still some good things in it and felt it ought to be available to anyone who might like to play it. Rhythmically it is rather foursquare but I think it has good serial tunes in it.

This is a short work from back in 1971 when we were encouraged to believe that serial music would come to rule the world and many composers had given up writing tonal music. The composer feels there are still some good things in it and felt it ought to be available to anyone who might like to play it. Rhythmically it is rather foursquare but I think it has good serial tunes in it.

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