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== History ==
 
== History ==
*Legley worked on this concerto between 6 March 1983<ref>This date is to be read on page 3 of the autograph.</ref> and April 1984<ref>This date is written down on the last page of Legley's piano reduction, the work was deposited at authors' organization SABAM on 7 May 1984 (see stamp on the last page of the autograph).</ref><ref>[[De Roeck/en|De Roeck]] (p.524) gives 22 October 1984, probably an error.</ref> in Koksijde.
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*Legley worked on this concerto between 6 March 1983<ref>This date is to be read on p.3 of the autograph.</ref> and April 1984<ref>This date is written down on the last page of Legley's piano reduction, the work was deposited at authors' organisation ''SABAM'' on 7 May 1984 (see stamp on the last page of the autograph). [[De Roeck/en|De Roeck]] (p.524) gives 22 October 1984, probably a mistake.</ref> in Koksijde.
*The concerto was first performed on 22 June 1985 in the BRT concert studio in Brussels by [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roel_Dieltiens Roel Dieltiens] and the BRT Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avi_Ostrowsky Avi Ostrowsky].<ref>[[De Roeck/en|De Roeck]], p.524.</ref>
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*The concerto was first performed on 22 June 1985 in the ''BRT'' concert studio in Brussels by [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roel_Dieltiens Roel Dieltiens] and the ''BRT Philharmonic Orchestra'' conducted by [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avi_Ostrowsky Avi Ostrowsky].<ref>[[De Roeck/en|De Roeck]], p.524.</ref>
  
 
== Music ==
 
== Music ==
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*I. Allegro commodo
 
*I. Allegro commodo
 
**time signature: '''4/4'''
 
**time signature: '''4/4'''
*II. Zeng<ref>This movement makes use of the seventh song of the cycle [[Zeng/en|Zeng]].</ref>
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*II. Zeng<ref>This movement makes use of the seventh song of the cycle [[Zeng/en|''Zeng'']].</ref>
 
**tempo: Quasi adagio
 
**tempo: Quasi adagio
 
**time signature: '''4/4''' and '''6/8'''
 
**time signature: '''4/4''' and '''6/8'''
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Latest revision as of 09:19, 26 October 2021

dedicated to Roel Dieltiens

Opus 102

History

  • Legley worked on this concerto between 6 March 1983[1] and April 1984[2] in Koksijde.
  • The concerto was first performed on 22 June 1985 in the BRT concert studio in Brussels by Roel Dieltiens and the BRT Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Avi Ostrowsky.[3]

Music

  • instrumentation: solo cello and symphony orchestra[4]
  • duration: ca 23'

Parts

  • I. Allegro commodo
    • time signature: 4/4
  • II. Zeng[5]
    • tempo: Quasi adagio
    • time signature: 4/4 and 6/8
  • III. Finale (3x3x3x3)[6]
    • tempo: Allegro molto vivace
    • time signature: 9/8

Sources

Notes

  1. This date is to be read on p.3 of the autograph.
  2. This date is written down on the last page of Legley's piano reduction, the work was deposited at authors' organisation SABAM on 7 May 1984 (see stamp on the last page of the autograph). De Roeck (p.524) gives 22 October 1984, probably a mistake.
  3. De Roeck, p.524.
  4. 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, trombone, timpani and strings.
  5. This movement makes use of the seventh song of the cycle Zeng.
  6. It is not entirely clear what this indication means.