3 Pieces for chamber orchestra

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dedicated to Julien Ghyoros

Opus 57

History

  • Legley composed this work in 1960[1] for a music camp organised by Jeunesses Musicales in Genval.[2]
  • The first performance took place on 28 September 1960 and was played by the Orchestre de Liège conducted by Julien Ghyoros.[3]

Music

  • instrumentation: chamber orchestra[4]
  • duration: ca 10'

Parts

  • I. Pastorale
    • tempo: Allegro commodo
    • time signature: 9/8
  • II. Hymn
    • tempo: Andante
    • time signature: 3/4
  • III. Dance
    • tempo: Allegro
    • time signature: 2/4

Sources

  • autograph: Royal Conservatory Brussels (B-Bc), shelf number BV-03-4029
  • first edition (study score): CeBeDeM, Brussels, 1961[5]

Notes

  1. First edition, p.1.
  2. De Roeck, p.390.
  3. Tessely, p.49.
  4. Flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn and strings.
  5. A copy of this edition can be found in the Legley archives of the Royal Conservatory Brussels with a little card inserted on which Legley wrote down these words: 3 Pièces fautes! | I partie | mes 3. vlns. 1 : re # | mes 113. : clarinette au lieu de htbois.