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Bax: Viola Sonata, Legend, etc / Outram, Jackson, Rolton

Album Summary

>Bax, Arnold [Composer] : Sonata for viola & piano
>Bax, Arnold [Composer] : Concert Piece (Fantasy), for violin or viola & piano
>Bax, Arnold [Composer] : Legend, for viola & piano
>Bax, Arnold [Composer] : Trio in One Movement, for piano, violin & viola (or clarinet), Op. 4
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Notes & Reviews:

Although Bax is best known for his orchestral music, especially his tone poems and seven romantic symphonies, he also composed a large corpus of highly individual chamber music. Inspired by the legendary violist Lionel Tertis, Bax's romantic 'Viola Sonata' is one of his greatest and most characteristic works, written at the highpoint of his career in the early 1920s. Bax's writing for the viola has a personal and distinctive eloquence also evident in the early 'Piano Trio' and the later 'Legend.'



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>Bax, Arnold [Composer] : Sonata for viola & piano
  • Performers: Martin Outram (Viola); Rolton,Julian (Piano)
  • Notes: Potton Hall, Suffolk, England (02/20/2005/02/22/2005)
  • Running Time: 22 min. 38 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1922

>Bax, Arnold [Composer] : Concert Piece (Fantasy), for violin or viola & piano
  • Performers: Martin Outram (Viola); Rolton,Julian (Piano)
  • Notes: Potton Hall, Suffolk, England (02/20/2005/02/22/2005)
  • Running Time: 12 min. 31 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1904

>Bax, Arnold [Composer] : Legend, for viola & piano
  • Performers: Martin Outram (Viola); Rolton,Julian (Piano)
  • Notes: Potton Hall, Suffolk, England (02/20/2005/02/22/2005)
  • Running Time: 9 min. 25 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1929

>Bax, Arnold [Composer] : Trio in One Movement, for piano, violin & viola (or clarinet), Op. 4
  • Performers: Laurence Jackson (Violin); Martin Outram (Viola); Rolton,Julian (Piano)
  • Notes: Potton Hall, Suffolk, England (02/20/2005/02/22/2005)
  • Running Time: 16 min. 23 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1906