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Recitals for Two Pianofortes

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ESTHER FISHER
CYRIL SCOTT
, THE songs and pianoforte pieces of Cyril Scott are as popular as those of almost any English composer one could name, not only in his own country, but abroad, particu
: larly in America and Germany. In this respect; he has, to some extent, taken the place of Grieg, who had, and of course still has, a similar popularity. But the compositions of Scott are not confined to these smaller pieces, for lie has written a number of major works, including operas. Of these, one in particular, The Alchemist, has been performed, -indeed was produced, in Germany. He is also a fine pianist, as one would expect from a composer whose writing is so ; essentially pianistic, though he does not appear too frequently in public as a soloist. It is, therefore, natural that he should show a keen interest in the new vogue, or rather revival, of two-piano recitals, and the programme to which he is contributing tonight should prove, on that account, particularly interesting and instructive.

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Unknown: Esther Fisher
Unknown: Cyril Scott
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Recitals for Two Pianofortes

National Programme Daventry, 1 July 1932 22.30






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