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Playlist of Henry Jolles

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  • Paul Juon, Symphony in F Sharp Minor, Op 10

    40:20

    Paul Juon, Symphony in F-Sharp Minor, Op. 10

    1. Adagio - Allegro moderato
    2. Andantino
    3. Allegro vivace
    4. Adagio - Molto allegro

    Moscow Symphony Orchestra
    Christof Escher, conductor

    Paul Juon (Russian: Па́вел Фёдорович Юо́н, Pavel Fyodorovich Yuon; 6 March 1872 – 21 August 1940) was a Russian-born Swiss composer.
    He was born in Moscow, where his father was an insurance official. His parents were Swiss, and he went to a German Primary school in Moscow. He entered the Moscow Conservatory in 1889, where he studied violin with Jan Hřímalý and composition with Anton Arensky and Sergei Taneyev. He completed his studies at the Hochschule für Musik in Berlin, under Woldemar Bargiel. His first (privately) printed works, two Romanzen (lieder) appeared in 1894, the year he began studies with Bargiel. During his time in Berlin he was a composition professor, employed by Joseph Joachim; his students included Hans Chemin-Petit, Werner Richard Heymann, Nikos Skalkottas, Henry Jolles, Pancho Vladigerov, Philipp Jarnach, Heinrich Kaminski, Lauri Ikonen, Max Trapp, Heino Kaski, Yrjö Kilpinen, Gerhart von Westerman, Hans Moltkau, Giannis Konstantinidis, Wilhelm Guttmann, Stefan Wolpe and Gunnar Johansen. He retired to Switzerland in 1934, and died in Vevey.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

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  • Muslimgauze ‎– United States Of Islam FULL ALBUM

    1:3:46

    Label: Extreme XCD 007
    Genre: Electronic
    Style: Tribal, Experimental
    Year: 1991

    Tracklist:
    00:00 United States Of Islam (Pt 1)
    09:45 Xiao
    21:23 Red Crescent (Pt 1)
    31:34 Muslims Of China
    44:00 Red Crescent (Pt 2)
    54:16 United States Of Islam (Pt 2)

    all tracks written/played by Muslimgauze

    recorded & mixed in London by Mike C.
    thanks for the sounds to the Percussion Ensemble Of Iran
    samples of Radio Rabbat by The Fakir Brothers
    design by Roger Richards
    layout by Fabio Ongarato
    sculpture by Doriana Corda
    photography by Henry Jolles
    executive producer Roger Richards

    Muslimgauze started at the time of Israel's invasion of Lebanon. As interest in the political situations of the Middle East evolved alongside interest in it's music. Since then support for the P.L.O. has been a source of influence upon the music of Muslimgauze, more so than of the area. From political situations, Muslimgauze create a musical response.

    Each piece of music is influenced by a political fact. This recording is dedicated to Palestinians killed by Israel on Allthnen As Aswad (Black Monday) at Temple Mount, occupied Jerusalem.

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  • Paul Juon, Vaegtervise, Fantasy on Danish Folk Songs, Op 31

    18:12

    Paul Juon, Vaegtervise, (Fantasy on Danish Folk Songs), Op. 31

    Moscow Symphony Orchestra
    Christof Escher, conductor

    Paul Juon (Russian: Па́вел Фёдорович Юо́н, Pavel Fyodorovich Yuon; 6 March 1872 – 21 August 1940) was a Russian-born Swiss composer.
    He was born in Moscow, where his father was an insurance official. His parents were Swiss, and he went to a German Primary school in Moscow. He entered the Moscow Conservatory in 1889, where he studied violin with Jan Hřímalý and composition with Anton Arensky and Sergei Taneyev. He completed his studies at the Hochschule für Musik in Berlin, under Woldemar Bargiel. His first (privately) printed works, two Romanzen (lieder) appeared in 1894, the year he began studies with Bargiel. During his time in Berlin he was a composition professor, employed by Joseph Joachim; his students included Hans Chemin-Petit, Werner Richard Heymann, Nikos Skalkottas, Henry Jolles, Pancho Vladigerov, Philipp Jarnach, Heinrich Kaminski, Lauri Ikonen, Max Trapp, Heino Kaski, Yrjö Kilpinen, Gerhart von Westerman, Hans Moltkau, Giannis Konstantinidis, Wilhelm Guttmann, Stefan Wolpe and Gunnar Johansen. He retired to Switzerland in 1934, and died in Vevey.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Paul Juon, Suite in Five Movements, Op 93

    21:04

    Paul Juon, Suite in Five Movements, Op. 93 (1934)

    1. Vorspiel (Overture)
    2. Walzerskizze (Waltz-sketch)
    3. Nachtstück (Nocturne)
    4. Kaukasisches Ständchen (Caucasian serenade)
    5. Marsch (March)

    Orchestra della Svizzera italiana
    Christof Escher, conductor

    Paul Juon (Russian: Па́вел Фёдорович Юо́н, Pavel Fyodorovich Yuon; 6 March 1872 – 21 August 1940) was a Russian-born Swiss composer.
    He was born in Moscow, where his father was an insurance official. His parents were Swiss, and he went to a German Primary school in Moscow. He entered the Moscow Conservatory in 1889, where he studied violin with Jan Hřímalý and composition with Anton Arensky and Sergei Taneyev. He completed his studies at the Hochschule für Musik in Berlin, under Woldemar Bargiel. His first (privately) printed works, two Romanzen (lieder) appeared in 1894, the year he began studies with Bargiel. During his time in Berlin he was a composition professor, employed by Joseph Joachim; his students included Hans Chemin-Petit, Werner Richard Heymann, Nikos Skalkottas, Henry Jolles, Pancho Vladigerov, Philipp Jarnach, Heinrich Kaminski, Lauri Ikonen, Max Trapp, Heino Kaski, Yrjö Kilpinen, Gerhart von Westerman, Hans Moltkau, Giannis Konstantinidis, Wilhelm Guttmann, Stefan Wolpe and Gunnar Johansen. He retired to Switzerland in 1934, and died in Vevey.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

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  • Paul Juon, Ingeborg’s Lament, Orchestral Ballade, Op 3a

    9:12

    Paul Juon, Ingeborg’s Lament, Orchestral Ballade, Op. 3a

    Athens Philharmonia Orchestra
    Byron Fidetzis, conductor

    February 13, 2018 Concert Hal, Athens

    Paul Juon (Russian: Па́вел Фёдорович Юо́н, Pavel Fyodorovich Yuon; 6 March 1872 – 21 August 1940) was a Russian-born Swiss composer.
    He was born in Moscow, where his father was an insurance official. His parents were Swiss, and he went to a German Primary school in Moscow. He entered the Moscow Conservatory in 1889, where he studied violin with Jan Hřímalý and composition with Anton Arensky and Sergei Taneyev. He completed his studies at the Hochschule für Musik in Berlin, under Woldemar Bargiel. His first (privately) printed works, two Romanzen (lieder) appeared in 1894, the year he began studies with Bargiel. During his time in Berlin he was a composition professor, employed by Joseph Joachim; his students included Hans Chemin-Petit, Werner Richard Heymann, Nikos Skalkottas, Henry Jolles, Pancho Vladigerov, Philipp Jarnach, Heinrich Kaminski, Lauri Ikonen, Max Trapp, Heino Kaski, Yrjö Kilpinen, Gerhart von Westerman, Hans Moltkau, Giannis Konstantinidis, Wilhelm Guttmann, Stefan Wolpe and Gunnar Johansen. He retired to Switzerland in 1934, and died in Vevey.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Rebroadcast: Student Recital Series from Friday, February 28

    1:18:00

    The works on this program were originally performed and recorded on Friday, February 28. Stay tuned in the coming weeks as Curtis will be rolling out even more digital content to bring our music to you during this period of social distancing.


    BRAHMS Sonata No. 1 in G major, Op. 78
    Tianyou Ma, violin
    William Yang, piano

    CORIGLIANO The Red Violin Caprices
    Emma Carina Meinrenken, violin

    INTERMISSION

    TCHAIKOVSKY Concerto in D major, Op. 35
    Jinyoung Yoon, violin
    Jungeun Kim, piano

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  • Oleh Krysa about violin СКМ-Luthier

    1:28

    Oleh Krysa, Professor at Eastman School of Music, Rochester (New York, USA) about violin СКМ-Luthier

  • Jools Holland and Hugh Laurie - Well Meet Again

    1:27

    Jools Holland and Hugh Laurie perform We'll Meet Again on Later... with Jools Holland.

    Watch more on iPlayer: bbc.co.uk/iplayer

  • 3 Klavierstücke, D. 946: No. 2 in E-Flat Major

    7:59

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    3 Klavierstücke, D. 946: No. 2 in E-Flat Major · Henry Jolles

    Schubert: Sonate pour piano No. 18 & 3 Klavierstücke (Mono Version)

    ℗ 1954 - BNF Collection 2014
    ℗ The Restoration Project

    Released on: 1954-01-01

    Composer: Franz Schubert
    Music Publisher: D.R

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  • 3 Klavierstücke, D. 946: No. 3 in C Major

    5:07

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    3 Klavierstücke, D. 946: No. 3 in C Major · Henry Jolles

    Schubert: Sonate pour piano No. 18 & 3 Klavierstücke (Mono Version)

    ℗ 1954 - BNF Collection 2014
    ℗ The Restoration Project

    Released on: 1954-01-01

    Composer: Franz Schubert
    Music Publisher: D.R

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  • 3 Klavierstücke, D. 946: No. 1 in E-Flat Minor

    6:21

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    3 Klavierstücke, D. 946: No. 1 in E-Flat Minor · Henry Jolles

    Schubert: Sonate pour piano No. 18 & 3 Klavierstücke (Mono Version)

    ℗ 1954 - BNF Collection 2014
    ℗ The Restoration Project

    Released on: 1954-01-01

    Composer: Franz Schubert
    Music Publisher: D.R

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  • Sonate pour piano No. 18 in G Major, Op. 78, D. 894: I. Molto moderato e cantabile

    12:31

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    Sonate pour piano No. 18 in G Major, Op. 78, D. 894: I. Molto moderato e cantabile · Henry Jolles

    Schubert: Sonate pour piano No. 18 & 3 Klavierstücke (Mono Version)

    ℗ 1954 - BNF Collection 2014
    ℗ The Restoration Project

    Released on: 1954-01-01

    Composer: Franz Schubert
    Music Publisher: D.R

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  • Sonate pour piano No. 18 in G Major, Op. 78, D. 894: IV. Allegretto

    8:17

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    Sonate pour piano No. 18 in G Major, Op. 78, D. 894: IV. Allegretto · Henry Jolles

    Schubert: Sonate pour piano No. 18 & 3 Klavierstücke (Mono Version)

    ℗ 1954 - BNF Collection 2014
    ℗ The Restoration Project

    Released on: 1954-01-01

    Composer: Franz Schubert
    Music Publisher: D.R

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  • Sonate pour piano No. 18 in G Major, Op. 78, D. 894: III. Menuetto

    4:54

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    Sonate pour piano No. 18 in G Major, Op. 78, D. 894: III. Menuetto · Henry Jolles

    Schubert: Sonate pour piano No. 18 & 3 Klavierstücke (Mono Version)

    ℗ 1954 - BNF Collection 2014
    ℗ The Restoration Project

    Released on: 1954-01-01

    Composer: Franz Schubert
    Music Publisher: D.R

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  • Peculiar Plants: Introduction and Strangler Fig

    6:04

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Peculiar Plants: Introduction and Strangler Fig · Renee Jolles · Susan Jolles · Sheila Reinhold · Kenneth Cooper · Daniel Panner · Birds and Phoenix · Victoria Bond

    Victoria Bond: Peculiar Plants

    ℗ 2010 Albany Records

    Released on: 2010-01-01

    Music Publisher: C.F. Peters

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  • Serenade, Op. 30: III. Presto

    4:16

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    Serenade, Op. 30: III. Presto · Jayn Rosenfeld

    Roussel: Chamber Music with Flute

    ℗ 2010 Centaur Records, Inc.

    Released on: 2010-10-05

    Artist: Jayn Rosenfeld
    Artist: Susan Jolles
    Artist: Curtis Macomber
    Artist: Lois Martin
    Artist: Robert Martin
    Composer: Albert Roussel

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  • Krystyna Lopez - Henry Charles Memorial Concerto-Aria Concert February 27, 2015

    14:30

    This video is about Henry Charles Memorial Concerto-Aria Concert. Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64 1. Allegro molto appassionato

  • Artur Schnabel, String Quartet No. 4 - i Molto moderato

    11:18

    Despite his performing repertoire being concentrated largely on the works of Beethoven, Schubert, Mozart and Brahms, almost all of Artur Schnabel's own compositions (none of which are in the active repertoire) are atonal. (It is interesting, in this regard, to note that Schnabel was a close friend of Arnold Schoenberg, his Austrian-American compatriot, who was famous as a pioneering composer of atonal and twelve-tone music.) They are difficult yet fascinating and complex works, and are marked by genuine originality of style. Composers Ernst Krenek and Roger Sessions have commented that they show signs of undoubted genius (see biography of Schnabel by Cesar Saerchinger). Schnabel's list of compositions eventually included three symphonies, a piano concerto, a piano sonata (premiered by Eduard Erdmann at the 1925 Venice ISCM Festival[10]) and five string quartets, amongst various smaller works.

    Harmonically, the first movement of Artur Schnabel's fourth string quartet (dating from 1924) is by far the most complex of the quartet, making extensive use of unordered aggregates -- one per measure -- or, in other words, the use of all twelve pitches (or more properly pitch classes) in each of the initial measures for quite an extended period. Indeed, one could speculate that this use of all pitch classes per measure is the factor which determines the placement of the barlines.

    From 1925 Schnabel taught at the Berlin State Academy, where his masterclasses brought him great renown. Among Schnabel's many piano pupils were Clifford Curzon, Rudolf Firkušný, Adrian Aeschbacher, Lili Kraus, Leon Fleisher, Carlo Zecchi, Claude Frank, Leonard Shure, Alan Bush, Nancy Weir, Konrad Wolff, Jascha Spivakovsky, Eunice Norton, Henry Jolles, and radio personality Karl Haas. His last and favourite pupil was Maria Curcio.

  • Piano Trio No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 1, No. 3: I. Allegro con brio

    7:09

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    Piano Trio No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 1, No. 3: I. Allegro con brio · Trio di Trieste

    Schubert: Piano Trio No. 2 - Beethoven: Piano Trio No. 3

    ℗ 2014 IDIS

    Released on: 2014-05-27

    Ensemble: Trio di Trieste
    Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven

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  • Triple Rondo for Flute & Harp

    6:56

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Triple Rondo for Flute & Harp · Henry Cowell · Laurel Zucker · Susan Jolles

    Medieval Dances for Flute and Harp

    ℗ 2011 Cantilena Records

    Released on: 2011-11-01

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  • PBHS Halftime 2009- Mambo, Magic Carpet Ride, Fight Song

    5:12

    Mambo
    Magic Carpet Ride
    PBS Fight Song

  • Mark ten Veen - Together at Last

    3:20

    A Music Composition by Mark ten Veen - Together at Last.
    Visit to download this song!!

  • Paul Juon, Mysterien Op 59, for cello and orchestra

    11:13

    Paul Juon, Mysterien Op. 59, for cello and orchestra

    Pi-Chin Chien, cello
    Krakow Philharmonic Orchestra
    Tomasz Bugaj, conductor

    Paul Juon (Russian: Па́вел Фёдорович Юо́н, Pavel Fyodorovich Yuon; 6 March 1872 – 21 August 1940) was a Russian-born Swiss composer.
    He was born in Moscow, where his father was an insurance official. His parents were Swiss, and he went to a German Primary school in Moscow. He entered the Moscow Conservatory in 1889, where he studied violin with Jan Hřímalý and composition with Anton Arensky and Sergei Taneyev. He completed his studies at the Hochschule für Musik in Berlin, under Woldemar Bargiel. His first (privately) printed works, two Romanzen (lieder) appeared in 1894, the year he began studies with Bargiel. During his time in Berlin he was a composition professor, employed by Joseph Joachim; his students included Hans Chemin-Petit, Werner Richard Heymann, Nikos Skalkottas, Henry Jolles, Pancho Vladigerov, Philipp Jarnach, Heinrich Kaminski, Lauri Ikonen, Max Trapp, Heino Kaski, Yrjö Kilpinen, Gerhart von Westerman, Hans Moltkau, Giannis Konstantinidis, Wilhelm Guttmann, Stefan Wolpe and Gunnar Johansen. He retired to Switzerland in 1934, and died in Vevey.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Senior Recital of Krystyna Lopez, March 25, 2017

    27:52

    After silence , that which comes closest to expressing the inexpressible is music. - Aldous Huxley
    Krystyna Lopez's senior recital: Sonata No. 2 in A Minor - J.S. Bach; Violin Sonata No. 7 in C Minor - L. van Beethoven; Improvisation, Op. 21 - Dmitri Kabalevsky; Spanish Dance No. 1 - Manuel de Falla

  • En Bateau - Claude Debussy

    4:51

    Debussy, Claude - En Bateau - for oboe and harp

  • 03 Faure - Sicilienne for oboe and harp

    3:56

    Lajos Lencsés (Oboe) , Gisele Herbert (Harp)

    No copyright infringement inetnded

  • Impromptu • Music for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and Harp • Nicola de Brun, Klaus Bruengel

    2:32

    All e-book arrangements (scores) available as pdf, ready to print sheet music.
    Alle e-book Arrangements (Partituren) auch als pdf zum Ausdrucken erhältlich.
    Edition Scores&Parts - scoresandparts@gmx.de

    Impromptu
    Music for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and Harp
    Composed by Nicola de Brun, Klaus Bruengel

    Music-Score and Audio:
    ibooks -- Edition Scores&Parts

    ISRC DESN91400092
    ISMN 979-0-50243-195-2

  • Trio for Harp, Flute, and Oboe, No 3

    5:09

    Yet another trio for harp, flute, and oboe, woohoo! I just love how the instruments blend. (A lot of really low oboe in this one :-)

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    Thanks for watching, hope you enjoy! :-)

    Hope the audio sounds good too; my regular headphones broke so I mixed this music on very cheap pair.

  • Six Pieces for Violin and Piano Obbligato: Cantilena

    2:12

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    Six Pieces for Violin and Piano Obbligato: Cantilena · Paul Hostetter · George Rothman · Leo Kraft · Christopher Oldfather · Renee Jolles

    Chamber Works

    ℗ 2006 Albany Records

    Released on: 2001-12-01

    Music Publisher: Seesaw Music

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  • Sergei Lebedew / Fr. Schubert Klavierstücke D 946

    22:27

  • F. Schubert. Klavierstücke Nº 1. Diego Fedeli piano

    7:34

  • Kathleen Mo Mhuirnín for Flute, Oboe & Harp

    2:40

    Kathleen Mo Mhuirnín (Kathleen Mavourneen or My Beloved Kathleen) is a song, written in 1837, composed by Frederick Crouch with lyrics by Marion Crawford. It was popular during the American Civil War. Mavourneen is a term of endearment derived from the Irish Gaelic mo mhuirnín, meaning my beloved.

    The Irish soprano Catherine Hayes (1818--1861), the Hibernian prima donna, was the first Irish woman to sing at La Scala in Milan. She learned Kathleen Mavourneen while training in Dublin. It became her signature tune during concerts and in fact, Catherine Hayes sang it for Queen Victoria and over 500 royal guests during a concert performed at Buckingham Palace in June 1849.

    During several very successful years in Italy, Catherine Hayes became the foremost Lucia di Lammermoor in the 1840s. She toured around the world between 1851 and 1856. She circumnagivated the globe, performing in operas and singing concerts. The trip began in New York in 1851 and over the next few years, she appeared in over 40 other cities on the east coast of the USA and Canada. From there she toured extensively across the US - Charleston SC, Savannah GA, New Orleans and Baton Rouge LA, Memphis and Nashville TN, San Francisco and Sacramento CA, (1851--53) Lima (Peru), Valparaiso and Santiago (Chili)(1853--54), Honolulu Hawaii (July 1854), Sydney, Melbourne, Geelong and Adelaide (Australia)(1854 and again in 1855), Bendigo, Hobart (Tasmania 1856), Calcutta, Singapore, Java (1855).

    The song Kathleen Mavourneen gained popularity with American audiences as a direct result of the extensive touring of Catherine Hayes.

    The song plays a prominent role in Michael Shaara's Civil War historical novel The Killer Angels and its film adaptation Gettysburg. It is recalled by Confederate Brigadier General Lewis A. Armistead that the song was sung at a dinner at the home of Armistead's best friend, now Union Major General Winfield Scott Hancock and his wife Almira, at the U.S. Army garrison in Los Angeles, California in 1861 (at which time Armistead was a major and Hancock was a captain). This was the night before Armistead and several other Southern officers were to depart for the Confederacy, having resigned their US Army commissions. Armistead and Confederate Brigadier General Richard B. Garnett, who was also present at the dinner, are killed and Hancock is severely wounded as Armistead's and Garnett's brigades assault the position defended by Hancock's II Corps on Cemetery Ridge in Gettysburg during Pickett's Charge. In the film, Kathleen Mavourneen is sung once by an Irish tenor at the Confederate camp, and thereafter is used frequently as a theme in the music score by Randy Edelman.

    Although this work was originally written for Folk Instruments, I created this arrangement for Flute, Oboe & Concert (Pedal) Harp.

  • Schubert: 3 Klavierstücke D. 946. Andreas Staier, fortepiano

    25:45

    1. Allegro assai - andante - 00:00
    2. Allegretto - 9:53
    3. Allegro - 21:01

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  • Music for a While for Oboe & Harp

    3:10

    Henry Purcell holds a special place in the hearts of Englishmen. The reasons for this can be summed up quite simply. His music is ravishing, full of expressive dissonances, and with an unparalleled manner of setting text. Before his untimely death, at age 26, likely of tuberculosis, he had risen to be organist at Westminster Abbey and the Chapel Royale, penned the first English opera, Dido and Aeneas, and composed music for the coronation of James II and the funeral of Queen Mary II. After his death, England would not have another composer of similar stature until the twentieth century. Purcell is buried next to the organ at London's Westminster Abbey.

    Music for a while shall all your cares beguile is from Act III, Scene 1 of Oedipus, with incidental music by Purcell. The music is scored modestly, employing only alto, tenor, and bass soloists, two violins, and continuo. The surviving manuscripts of Purcell's setting are undated, but Charles Burney suggests the date 1692, in part because the play was reprinted that year.

    Oedipus, a tragedy, was written in 1678 by Nathaniel Lee and John Dryden (1631-1700), author of the text for King Arthur and co-author of that for The Indian Queen. In Oedipus, Tiresias, a blind seer, and two priests summon the ghost of King Laius to discover the identity of his murderer. After entreating the powers below through solo and tutti numbers, the first priest tries to conjure King Laius by singing Music for a while.

    A full statement of the ground bass precedes the entrance of the first priest. The arpeggiated chords of the bass part intertwine with the tenor voice line as both slowly rise with powerful chromatic alterations, depicting the rising of the dead King Laius. The tonally ambiguous, non-diatonic bass line allows for greater harmonic exploration through modulation in the middle of the piece. During the fourth repetition of the ground, the pattern goes astray, although maintaining the basic arpeggio figure of the bass line. At this point, the text describes one of the Furies, Alecto, who is capable of free[ing] the dead from their eternal bands. When the narrator describes snakes dropping from Alecto's head, Purcell places a rest between each of the numerous statements of drop, which occur on the second half of the beat. A gentle descending line closes the middle section on the dominant as preparation for the return to the tonic. Purcell's return to the home key (C minor) brings with it a return of the opening melody and text; a regular occurrence in Purcell's late ground-bass arias. This brings to mind the da capo aria with its ternary plan.

    Although originally written for alto, tenor, and bass soloists, two violins, and continuo, I adapted this piece for Oboe and Concert (Pedal) Harp

  • Trio for Viola Oboe and Harp by Mahlon Berv

    8:57

    Performed at Indiana University, Auer Hall
    Harp, Emily Levin
    Oboe, Rachel Edwards
    Viola, Lee Anderson

  • Alwyn: Suite for Oboe and Harp: I. Minuet

    2:21

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Alwyn: Suite for Oboe and Harp: I. Minuet · The Fibonacci Sequence · The Fibonacci Sequence

    Oboe

    ℗ 2009 Deux-Elles Limited

    Released on: 2009-04-13

    Composer: William Alwyn

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  • Humbert Lucarelli & Susan Jolles: Debussy Minuet - Oboe and Harp

    5:36

    A sparkling performance embodying a pipes of pan joie de vivre! With photos of Mr. Lucarelli at the Acropolis in hand I went to work on this slideshow. I hope it does this delightful recording justice.

    From Claude Debussy: Music for Oboe and Harp: Humbert Lucarelli, Susan Jolles.

    Humbert Lucarelli - Oboe
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    Images and Slideshow by John Aalto.

  • 06 Pierne - Serenade for oboe and harp

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    Lajos Lencsés (Oboe) , Gisele Herbert (Harp)

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  • Wieniawski Violin Concerto No. 2 in D minor - Daniel Kang

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  • Eight Duets, Op. 39: No. 6. Impromptu

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    Eight Duets, Op. 39: No. 6. Impromptu · Henry Raudales · Freddy Van Goethem

    Halvorsen, Rolla & Glière: Duets for Violin and Viola

    ℗ Pavane Records

    Released on: 1994-01-01

    Composer: Reinhold Glière

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  • Peculiar Plants: Blushing Violet

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    Victoria Bond: Peculiar Plants

    ℗ 2010 Albany Records

    Released on: 2010-01-01

    Music Publisher: C.F. Peters

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  • Ostinati with Chorales for Oboe and Piano: Chorale I. Andante cantabile

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    Ostinati with Chorales for Oboe and Piano: Chorale I. Andante cantabile · Henry Cowell · Jared Hauser · Amy Dorfman

    Into a Cloud

    ℗ 2013 Blue Griffin Recording

    Released on: 2014-02-11

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  • 05 Faure - Berceuse for oboe and harp

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    Lajos Lencsés (Oboe) , Gisele Herbert (Harp)

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  • Seven Choruses from the Medea of Euripides: Love, like a leaf

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    Seven Choruses from the Medea of Euripides: Love, like a leaf · Rosalind Rees · Steven Vosatka · Katherine Greene · Steven Hartman · Susan Jolles · Thomas Mulvaney · Michael Osrowitz · Virgil Thomson · Gregg Smith · The Gregg Smith Singers

    Heaven Is Music: Choral and Vocal Music of Virgil Thomson

    ℗ 2010 Albany Records

    Released on: 2010-02-01

    Music Publisher: G. Schirmer

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  • Histoire du Tango for Flute and Harp: I. Bordello 1900

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    Histoire du Tango for Flute and Harp: I. Bordello 1900 · Laurel Zucker · Susan Jolles

    Histoire Du Tango for Flute and Harp

    ℗ 2015 Laurel Zucker and Susan Jolles

    Released on: 2015-01-06

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  • Nino Rota, Quintet For Flute, Oboe, Viola, Cello And Harp. Mov. 1

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    The beautiful first movement of Rota's Quintet, For Flute, Oboe, Viola, Cello And Harp. Performed by the Ex Novo Ensemble. The CD is availible on Amazon @

  • A violin by Shaun Fosdick - 2018 featured at Sams Strings Violin Shop

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    A contemporary American made violin by Shaun Fosdick, 2018 - St. Louis, MO.

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  • In The Hall Of The Mountain King! Romantic 4K Classical Music Video!

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    Peer Gynt, Op. 23 is the incidental music to Henrik Ibsen's 1867 play of the same name, written by the Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg in 1875. It premiered along with the play on 24 February 1876 in Christiania (now Oslo).

    Later, in 1888 and 1891, Grieg extracted eight movements to make two four-movement suites: Suite No. 1, Op. 46, and Suite No. 2, Op. 55. Some of these movements have received coverage in popular culture; see Grieg's music in popular culture.

    Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) was one of the definitive leaders of Scandinavian music and his influence was great. Although composing many short piano pieces and chamber works, the work Grieg did for Henrik Ibsenstood out. Originally composing 90 minutes of orchestral music for the play, he later went back and extracted certain sections for the suites. Peer Gynt's travels around the world and distant lands are represented by the instruments Grieg chooses to use. The Peer Gynt suites are among his best-known works, however they initially began as incidental compositions.

    When Ibsen asked Grieg to write music for the play in 1874, he enthusiastically agreed. However, it was much more difficult for Grieg than he imagined. Peer Gynt progresses slowly, he wrote to a friend in August 1874, “and there is no possibility of having it finished by autumn. It is a terribly unmanageable subject.”


    Letter from Henrik Ibsen to Grieg, January 23, 1874:

    The more he saturated his mind with the powerful poem, the more clearly he saw that he was the right man for a work of such witchery and so permeated with the Norwegian spirit, his wife wrote of him and his music. Even though the première was a triumphant success, it prompted Grieg to complain bitterly that the Swedish management of the theatre had given him specifications as to the duration of each number and its order: I was thus compelled to do patchwork... In no case had I opportunity to write as I wanted... Hence the brevity of the pieces, he said.

    For many years, the suites were the only parts of the music that were available, as the original score was not published until 1908, one year after Grieg's death, by Johan Halvorsen.

    Various recordings have been made of this music. Some recordings that claim to contain the complete incidental music have 33 selections; the recording conducted by Ole Kristian Ruud is split into 49 items. Both recordings include several verses from the drama, read by actors. - Wikipedia

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  • Entracte

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    Entracte (arr. for oboe and harp) · Gunter Sieberth

    Oboe & Harp

    ℗ 2004 Christophorus

    Released on: 2004-01-01

    Artist: Gunter Sieberth
    Artist: Volker Sellmann
    Composer: Anonymous
    Composer: Jacques Ibert

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  • 3 Piano Pieces D946 Allegro - F. Schubert

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    3 Piano Pieces D946 Allegro - F. Schubert · Rosetta Senkus Bacon

    Piano Works

    ℗ 2003 Rosetta Senkus Bacon

    Released on: 2003-01-01

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