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A JOHN IRELAND PROGRAMME

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GEORGE PARKER (Baritone),
ALBERT SAMMONS (Violin),
BEATRICE HARRISON (Violoncello)
JOHN IRELAND (Pianoforte)
BEATRICE HARRISON and JOHN IRELAND
Sonata for Violoncello and Pianoforte (Composed in 1923) JOHN IRELAND (born at Bowden, Cheshire in 1879) was, it will be remembered, the subject of the second ' New Friends in Music ' hour recently. This programme will enable listeners who may not be very familiar with his music to make acquaintance with other sides of his art. In one particularly—in chamber music— he has won very wide distinction.
His first Sonata for Pianoforte and 'Cello (in G Minor) is in three Movements : (I) At a moderate pace, in sustained style; (2) Rather slow and broad ; connected by a soliloquy for the 'Cello to (3) At a comfortable pace,in a well-marked rhythm.
From its first performance at the Æolian
Hall Miss Harrison has been associated with this Sonata, for it was she who played the 'Cello part on that occasion.

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A JOHN IRELAND PROGRAMME

5XX Daventry, 19 April 1928 19.45






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