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THE HAROLD MILLS TRIO: HAROLD MILLS (Violin), FRANK VENTON (Viola),
HERBERT STEPHEN (Violoncello)
TriE work, unlike most Trios, is in six Movements, which are arranged thus : (1) Quick and bold ; (2) Rather slow; (3) Minuet; (4) Slow; (5) Minuet; (6) Quick.
3.45 TRIO

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Violin:
Frank Venton
Viola:
Herbert Stephen

by Mrs. NORMAN O'NEILL
WE in this country are proud to remember that the foundations of keyboard music wore laid by sixteenth-century British musicians --Byrd, Farnaby, and the other Tudor and Elizabethan composers. Then this supremacy passed to the Continent. Scarlatti the younger was a great, pioneer in writing for the keyboard. He brought a new technique to harpsichord music, doing away with the exaggerated orna mentation then in vogue, and making the hands movo about the keys with greater freedom.

Contributors

Unknown:
Mrs. Norman O'Neill

5GB Daventry (Experimental)

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