Pieces You Would Like to Hear (Someone Else Play)

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    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #183216

    I would love to hear someone perform Maurice Thiriet’s Concerto for Harp, Introduction, Chanson et Ronde. The harp part is so well written, it is hard to believe it is not played. I don’t know if anyone has ever played it. It is one of those postwar pieces utilizing children’s or folk music as soothing sounds.

    MusikFind1 on #183301

    Publishing information:

    Thiriet, Maurice ( 2 May 1906 – 28 September 1972)
    Introduction, Chanson et Ronde, Concerto for Harp (1936)
    Réduction pour harpe & piano.
    Published: Paris, Mondia, ©1950.
    Score (51 p.) in LC. M1037.T5 I5

    “Soloists of the orchestra II”
    Introduction, chanson, and rondo for harp and orchestra / Thiriet (Edward Druzinsky, harp ; Jean Martinon, conductor) —
    All performances recorded live in Orchestra Hall by WFMT-FM, Chicago, between 1966 and 1994.
    Compact disc.
    “Special edicion prepared exclusively for Chicago Symphony Orchestra Radiothon 26”–Container insert.
    CD Copies cataloged in 8 academic libraries.
    Also with Harp:
    Thiriet, Maurice
    Suite en trio pour flûte, alto et harpe (1956)
    1 score (31 p.) + 3 parts.
    Published – Paris : Les Nouvelles Editions Méridian, ©1956.
    Plate no. N.M. 1706
    Geliot: Géliot, Huguette (editor): Les Plaisirs de la Harpe (Pleasure of Harp) Vol. 2. Anthology of solo and ensemble pieces. Henry Lemoine edition. (Intermediate)
    Includes Thiriet, Maurice: Démons et Merveilles (Demons and Wonders) (voice and harp)
    3 Français en Amérique
    Publisher: Lemoine Partition Réf. : 24309
    Date de partition : 01/01/1970 OUT OF PRINT

    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #183608

    Thank you. I did not know Ed Druzinsky had performed it. I hope to hear it.

    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #183609

    Here’s a semi-related question: Gretchen and Heidi Van Hoesen recently performed magnificently a Triple Concert by Eugene Goossens with oboe. There is a piece on imslp.org by Goossens for oboe, harp and orchestra. Is it the same piece? Is the triple concerto available? Can you find the publication details for that piece or versions of it?

    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #183787

    I would like to hear someone play the pieces for harp by Dean Roush. And the Sonate by Houdy, which used to be quite popular. I don’t think I’m ever going to commit to memorizing it.

    MusikFind1 on #183806

    Dean K. Roush
    Professor. Director of Musicology-Composition
    Publisher information for works with harp:

    Whence cometh wisdom : (Job : 28) : for mixed chorus and harp
    by Dean K Roush
    Language: English
    “Text adapted from Job 28:7-24, 28 [and] Proverbs 2:6, 19:3”–caption.
    Description: 1 score (19 p.) ; 24 cm. SATB/Harp) (LHS) – $11.00
    (Hp Pt) (LHS) – $8.25
    Publisher: [United States] : Salvi Publications, ©1978.

    Concert for 10 (1975)
    by Dean K Roush
    Musical score : Thesis/dissertation : Manuscript
    Language: English
    For 10 string instruments.
    Includes performance notes and explanation of symbols.
    Duration: 10:00.
    Description:1 score (57 pages) + 10 parts ; 37 cm
    Dissertation: M.M. Bowling Green State University 1975

    Plaisir d’amour : a wedding album for harp.
    by Ruth K Inglefield; Dean K Roush;
    Arr. for harp.
    “This collection, prepared by harpists at Bowling Green State University, contains arrangements which vary in level of technical difficulty as well as musical style”–Introd.
    Pl. no.: 100141.
    Description: 29 p. of music. $16.00
    Contents: Plaisir d’amour / Giovanni Martini —
    Träumerei /Robert Schumann —
    Liebestraum / Franz Liszt –Because / Guy d’Hardelot —
    Ich liebe dich / Edvard Grieg —
    My heart at thy sweet voice / C. Saint-Saëns —
    I love you truly /Carrie Jacobs Bond —
    Meditation from Thais / Jules Massenet —
    O promise me / R. de Koven —
    Bridal chorus from Lohengrin / Richard Wagner.
    Publisher: [S.l.] :Salvi,©1978 .http://us.harp.com/net/content/92910762008620204214285_org.pdf

    Sonatina in three movements for harp solo (1978)
    by Dean K Roush
    Duration: ca. 2:00; 3:00; 2:30.
    Description: 9 p. of music ; 28 cm.
    Publisher: [S.l. : s.n.], ©1978.

    Suite for harp
    by Dean K Roush
    Reproduction of holograph.
    Duration: ca. 14:00.
    Contents: I. Improvisation and dance —
    II. Elegy —
    III. Fughetta —
    IV. Chorale —
    V. Toccata.
    Publisher: [S.l.] : Salvi Publications, ©1984.

    MusikFind1 on #183807

    >>>And the Sonate by Houdy, which used to be quite popular. I don’t think I’m ever going to commit to memorizing it.

    Sonate pour harpe
    by Pierick Houdy
    Musical score 11 p. of music ; 34 cm.
    Publisher: Paris : Alphonse Leduc, [©1955] ©1970.
    Telenn : Sonate pour harpe sans pédales
    by Pierick Houdy
    Musical score 11 p. of music ; 34 cm.
    Publisher: : Salvi Publications, ©1983.

    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #184183

    Thiriet also composed a Suite en Trio for flute, viola and harp that Rachel Talitman has recorded.

    MusikFind1 on #184189

    Publisher details:
    Thiriet, Maurice ( 1906 – 1972 )
    Suite en Trio for flute, viola and harp
    Copyright original : ©1957
    Pub: Les Nouvelles Éditions Meridian
    5, rue Lincoln
    F – 75008 Paris 8 France

    [not listed on the PeerMusic Classical or Peer Europe website]
    Score on deposit at LC.
    Thiriet, Maurice,
    Paris, Nouvelles Éditions Meridian [c1956 ?]
    Description score (31 p.) 32 cm.
    LC classification (full)
    CALL NUMBER M382.T45 S8
    Copy 1 Request in Performing Arts Reading Room (Madison, LM113) Washington DC.

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