2 Aquarelles (Delius, Frederick)

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Performances

Naxos

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Arrangements and Transcriptions

For 15 Saxophones (Larocque)

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Larocque (2012/9/8)

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Larocque (2012/9/8)

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Larocque (2012/9/8)

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Larocque (2012/9/8)

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Larocque (2012/9/8)

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Larocque (2012/9/8)

Arranger Jacques Larocque ; Eric Fenby (d.1997) (uncredited on typeset?)
Publisher. Info. Saint-Maurice, QC: Productions du Moliantegok, 2012. Moli 242089
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General Information

Work Title Two Aquarelles
Alternative. Title To be Sung of a Summer Night on the Water
Composer Delius, Frederick
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IFD 3
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 2
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1932
First Publication. 1938
Average DurationAvg. Duration 4 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Strings orchestra

Misc. Comments

arr. from the vocal score of 'To Be Sung of a Summer Night On the Water'

It's generally agreed that these arrangements were made by Eric Fenby (d.1997) - heck, it's not a matter in dispute, not a guess. This from the 1938 first edition:


"An arrangement of two unaccompanied Part songs ... for string orchestra by Eric Fenby"

... They are almost certainly IN COPYRIGHT EVERYWHERE. SO WTF people?