Though Lovers be Lost

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Emily Pailthorpe (oboe) Julian Milford (piano)


This powerful CD expresses the uncertainty - and creative energy - of the period dominated by the two World Wars. Here is the theme of Britten's Temporal Variations of 1936, and the dramatic Scherzo from Henri Dutilleux' Sonata.

Though Lovers be Lost

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 Product Description This powerful CD expresses the uncertainty - and creative energy - of the period dominated by the two World Wars. Here is the theme of Britten's Temporal Variations of 1936, and the dramatic Scherzo from Henri Dutilleux' Sonata. Nostalgia is present, too, as in the oboe entry in Gerard Finzi's Interlude (1936), and Ravel's tribute to dead soldier friends in his Tombeau de Couperin (1917). The same period produced Eugène Goossens' Concerto; and here as elsewhere, Emily Pailthorpe demonstrates her expressive playing.

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Composer Benjamin Britten, Gerald Finzi, Maurice Ravel , Henri Dutilleux , Eugene Goossens
Oboist Emily Pailthorpe
Artistes Julian Milford (piano)
Secondary Composer / Arranger arr. Daniel Pailthorpe
Tracks

Benjamin Britten
Temporal Variations (1936)  Theme - Oration - March - Exercises - Commination - Chorale - Waltz - Polka - Resolution

Gerald Finzi
Interlude (1933-6) Andante

Maurice Ravel arr. Daniel Pailthorpe
Le Tombeau de Couperin (1914-17) Prelude - Forlane - Menuet - Rigaudon

Henri Dutilleux
Sonata for Oboe and Piano (1947) Aria - Scherzo - Final

Eugene Goossens
Concerto in one movement (1927) Moderato - Andante - Allegro

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