July 6, 2010 at 6:19 PM
Last year I played with amateurprojectorchestra Intermezzo Rotterdam the celloconcerto of Henri Daniel van Goudoever (1898-1977). A familymember of Goudoever had discovered a manuscript in a musiclibrary and made better readable music of it. Another member, Mariëtte Landheer played cello and arranged an amateurorchestre to pla the piece. In 1922 it was world premierd by the National Symphony Orchestra in New York and also the Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam had played it. Than it was for 90 years in a archive. I got recently the cd and copied the solopart of the soloist:
OK, I chanced my photo because the Netherlands are in the final with WKsoccer.
I love this piece.
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