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|Composition Year||1906-08, revised 1923|
|Genre Categories||Concertos; Symphonic poems; For piano, orchestra; Scores featuring the piano; Scores featuring the orchestra; For orchestra with soloists; For 2 pianos (arr); Scores featuring the piano (arr); For 2 players (arr)|
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|Work Title||Piano Concerto No.1 'The Song of Gwyn ap Nudd', Op.52|
|Alternative. Title||Symphonic Poem|
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.||Op.52|
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.||IJH 26|
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.||1906-08, revised 1923|
|First Performance.||1910 November 21, Queen's Hall, London, Harold Bauer, piano, composer conducting|
|Average DurationAvg. Duration||36 minutes?|
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period||Early 20th century|
|External Links||Hyperion Records|
Based on a poem by T. E. Ellis = Thomas Evelyn Scott-Ellis (1880 - 1946); each section of each movement has headings from this source.
(The 36-minute version recorded on Hyperion is the 1923 revision, not the 1902?/1906-1908 original.)
Program note to the first performance refers to the concerto as a symphonic poem.
(One of at least six? concertos by the composer- a piano concerto no.2 Op.100 "the Orient", a 3rd piano concerto "Dance Symphony", a violin concerto "The Grasshopper", a double concerto Tamerlane (Op.119) for clarinet and bassoon, a quadruple concerto, a cello concerto "Cambrian" (Op.103), and a bassoon (or saxophone) concerto, followed. Is Op.36, performed at the Proms) 27 August 1903 as Concerto dramatique in F minor, a concerto later revised (maybe as this?)