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UK Concerts  June - November 2014

 

5 June, 7.30pm, London, Royal Festival Hall

6 June 7.45pm, Basingstoke, The Anvil +44 (0)1256 844244

Strauss - Four Last Songs (Eva-Maria Westbroek)

Bruckner - Symphony No. 9

Philharmonia Orchestra / Christoph von Dohnanyi

 

14 June 8pm, Oxford, Sheldonian, +44 (0)1865 980980

Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 27 (Marios Papadopoulos)

Bruckner - Symphony No. 7

Oxford Philomusica / Marios Papadopoulos

 

19 June 7.30pm, London Barbican Centre 0845 121 6823

Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 23 (Lise de la Salle)

Bruckner - Symphony No. 8

London Symphony Orchestra / Fabio Luisi

 

3 July 7.30 pm, London, St Paul’s Cathedral

Penderecki - Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima

Bruckner - Symphony No. 9

London Symphony Orchestra / Daniel Harding

 

3 July 8pm, London, St Paul’s Cathedral +44 (0)20 7638 8891

Penderecki - Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima

Bruckner - Symphony No. 9

London Symphony Orchestra / Daniel Harding

 

20 Aug 7.30pm, Edinburgh, Usher Hall +44 (0)131 228 1155

Haydn - Nelson Mass

Bruckner - Ave Maria, Christus factus est, Os justi

Stravinsky - Symphony of Psalms

(Sophie Bevan, Sarah Connolly, Benjamin Hulett, Matthew Rose)

Scottish Chamber Orchestra / Philippe Herreweghe

 

10 Oct 7.30pm Edinburgh, Usher Hall +44 (0)131 228 1155

11 Oct 7.30pm Glasgow Royal Concert Hall  +44 (0)141 353 8000

Mozart - Overture: Marriage of Figaro

Elgar - Cello Concerto (Aleksei Kiseliov)

Bruckner - Symphony No. 7

Royal Scottish National Orchestra / Peter Oundjian

 

16 Oct 1pm, London, LSO St Luke’s +44 (0)20 7638 8891

Bruckner - Adagio from String Quintet  Brahms - String Sextet

Nash Ensemble

 

23 Oct 7.30pm, London, Barbican Hall +44 (0)20 7638 8891

Bruckner - Symphony No. 8

London Symphony Orchestra / Bernard Haitink

 

Plus a future date for your diary:

8 February 2015, 7.30 pm, London, Royal Festival Hall

Mozart - Piano Concerto K503 (Paul Lewis)

Bruckner - Symphony No. 3

Philharmonia Orchestra / Andris Nelsons

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wpac870445.png The New Bruckner  

Compositional Development and the Dynamics of Revision

Dermot Gault

 

January 2011

234 x 156 mm, 278 pages Hardback, Includes c.39 musical examples and 3 tables

978-1-4094-0091-2   £60.00  (£54 - On-line price at  http://www.ashgate.com/isbn/9781409400912

 

The New Bruckner

 

The New Bruckner provides a valuable study of Bruckner's music, focusing on the interaction of biography, textual scholarship, reception history and analysis. Dr Dermot Gault conveys a broad chronological narrative of Bruckner's compositional development, interpolating analytical commentaries on the works and critical accounts of the notoriously complex and editorial issues. Gault corrects longstanding misconceptions about the composer's revision process, and its relationship with the early editions and widely held critical opinions. Bruckner's constantly evolving engagement with symphonic form is traced by taking each revision in due order, rather than by taking each symphony on its own, and by relating the symphonies to other mature works such as the Te Deum, the three great Masses, and the Quintet, and Gault argues that Bruckner's music became more organic and less schematic as the result of his revisions. The book will be essential reading for all interested in Bruckner's compositions, the complex history of their reception, and late Romantic music in general.

Contents: Preface     -    Introduction; tradition and innovation   -    Masses and early symphonies

The emergence of the 'Bruckner symphony'     -    Consolidation and revision   -    4 masterpieces

Bruckner and his disciples   -    The 8th symphony   -   The final decade   -   Anomalies of history

Appendix Select bibliography -   Index

 

Dermot Gault was born in Belfast and studied music at Queen's University Belfast, where he obtained a doctorate for a thesis on Bruckner's symphonies in 1994. He has contributed to The Bruckner Journal since its inception and addressed Bruckner Conferences in Nottingham and Oxford. He has also contributed to Music Ireland and The Irish Times.