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Bram Heemskerk

Holst Double-vc + Barber vc

July 16, 2009 at 9:50 AM

This spring I played the doubleviolinconcerto opus 49 of Gustav Holst , who is more well known of The Planets. It is written in 1929, so quite modern. Here the sheetmusic of the doubbleviolin/piano reduction. Also modern is the violinconcerto of Barber of 1939, I played earlier in England. The last page half page in the 3th movement  is played so fast that I have to count how much notes are played very second.

Holst, Gustav mvt1+2 doubleviolinconcerto

Holst, Gustav mvt3 doubleviolinconcerto

Barber, Samuel violinc. mvt1 Allegro

Barber, Samuel violinc. mvt2 Andante

Barber, Samuel violinc. mvt3 Presto in moto

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