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ACD941

Violin and Piano Works

Performers:


Elizabeth Holowell, Dean Sky-Lucas, Cameron Rhodes






“The music of Douglas Lilburn with its clear connection to both his teacher, Ralph Vaughan Williams, and to the landscape of his beloved New Zealand, is a delight and an inspiration. It is my hope that it will be embraced by violinists across the world as a fresh and unique addition to the violin recital repertoire.” Elizabeth Holowell

1.

Salutes to Seven Poets (1952): A.R.D. Fairburn “Land of mountains and running water…”

Douglas Lilburn

0:42

2.

Salutes to Seven Poets (1952): No 1 – Largamente/allegro

Douglas Lilburn

4:20

3.

Salutes to Seven Poets (1952): Keith Sinclair “Although you have floated the land…”

Douglas Lilburn

0:27

4.

Salutes to Seven Poets (1952): No2 – Andante

Douglas Lilburn

2:07

5.

Salutes to Seven Poets (1952): Allen Curnow “Simply by sailing in a new direction…”

Douglas Lilburn

0:32

6.

Salutes to Seven Poets (1952): No 3 – Largo e mesto

Douglas Lilburn

1:40

7.

Salutes to Seven Poets (1952): M.K. Joseph “A shepherd on a bicycle breaks the pose of pastoral…”

Douglas Lilburn

0:25

8.

Salutes to Seven Poets (1952): No 4 – Introduction/allegro commodo

Douglas Lilburn

3:22

9.

Salutes to Seven Poets (1952): James K. Baxter “Upon the upland road…”

Douglas Lilburn

0:14

10.

Salutes to Seven Poets (1952): No 5 – Ballad “Alone we are born…”

Douglas Lilburn

3:31

11.

Salutes to Seven Poets (1952): Kendrick Smithyman “We communicate…”

Douglas Lilburn

0:51

12.

Salutes to Seven Poets (1952): No 6 – Allegro commodo

Douglas Lilburn

3:04

13.

Salutes to Seven Poets (1952): R.A.K. Mason “Skakespeare Milton Keats are dead…”

Douglas Lilburn

0:55

14.

Salutes to Seven Poets (1952): No 7 – Arioso

Douglas Lilburn

2:44

15.

Salutes to Seven Poets (1952): Allen Curnow Finale andante “To Douglas Lilburn at Fifty…”

Douglas Lilburn

0:45

16.

Salutes to Seven Poets (1952): No 8 – Gravely

Douglas Lilburn

1:43

17.

Sonata for Violin and Piano (1950)

Douglas Lilburn

13:57

18.

Othello for Violin and Piano (1944): Fanfare

Incidental music for a production by Ngaio Marsh with readings by Cameron Rhodes

Douglas Lilburn

0:21

19.

Othello for Violin and Piano (1944): Act 2 Scene 1 “O my fair warrior!” Othello

Incidental music for a production by Ngaio Marsh with readings by Cameron Rhodes

Douglas Lilburn

0:53

20.

Othello for Violin and Piano (1944): Fanfare. Adagio/allegretto

Incidental music for a production by Ngaio Marsh with readings by Cameron Rhodes

Douglas Lilburn

0:58

21.

Othello for Violin and Piano (1944): Act 2 Scene 3 “And what’s he then that says I play the villain.” Iago

Incidental music for a production by Ngaio Marsh with readings by Cameron Rhodes

Douglas Lilburn

1:26

22.

Othello for Violin and Piano (1944): Allegro risoluto

Incidental music for a production by Ngaio Marsh with readings by Cameron Rhodes

Douglas Lilburn

0:43

23.

Othello for Violin and Piano (1944): Willow song

Incidental music for a production by Ngaio Marsh with readings by Cameron Rhodes

Douglas Lilburn

1:31

24.

Othello for Violin and Piano (1944): Interlude

Incidental music for a production by Ngaio Marsh with readings by Cameron Rhodes

Douglas Lilburn

1:15

25.

Othello for Violin and Piano (1944): Act 5 Scene 2 “…I pray you, in your letters, when you shall these unlucky deeds relate,” Othello

Incidental music for a production by Ngaio Marsh with readings by Cameron Rhodes

Douglas Lilburn

0:52

26.

Othello for Violin and Piano (1944): Finale andante

Incidental music for a production by Ngaio Marsh with readings by Cameron Rhodes

Douglas Lilburn

1:33

27.

Sonata in E-flat for Violin and Piano (1943): I

Douglas Lilburn

9:55

28.

Sonata in E-flat for Violin and Piano (1943): II

Douglas Lilburn

8:00

29.

Sonata in E-flat for Violin and Piano (1943): III

Douglas Lilburn

8:20