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== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==
*autograph: '''Royal Conservatory Brussels''' ''(B-Bc)'', shelf number [http://catalog.b-bc.org/cgi-bin/koha/opac-detail.pl?biblionumber=28192 '''BV-03-4047''']
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*autograph: '''Royal Conservatory Brussels''' ''(B-Bc)'', shelf number [http://catalog.b-bc.org/cgi-bin/koha/opac-detail.pl?biblionumber=28192 '''BV-03-4047'''] (the autograph can also be consulted through this link)
 
*first edition (score and parts): '''CeBeDeM''', Brussels, '''1977'''
 
*first edition (score and parts): '''CeBeDeM''', Brussels, '''1977'''
  

Latest revision as of 19:18, 26 October 2021

dedicated to Karel Van de Velde

Ik weet niet of de dingen[1]
die mij omringen
weten dat ik van ze hou.[2]
(Diana Danys)

Opus 81 no.3

History

  • Composed from June to November[3] 1973 in Koksijde and Sint-Pieters-Woluwe.
  • First performance on 21 January 1975 in the Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels by the Trio à cordes de Paris.[4]

Music

  • instrumentation: string trio[5]
  • duration: ca 15'

Parts

  • I.
    • Lento, maestoso e sonore
    • Non troppo allegro, ma leggiero e spiritoso
      • time signature: 4/4
        Legley 81-3-1.jpg
  • II. Minuetto
    • Allegretto commodo (tempo di minuetto)
      • time signature: 3/4
        Legley 81-3-2.jpg
    • Lento, maestoso e sonore
  • III. Adagio
    • time signature: 4/4
      Legley 81-3-3.jpg
  • IV. Finale
    • tempo: Allegro commodo
    • time signature: 2/2
      Legley 81-3-4.jpg

Sources

  • autograph: Royal Conservatory Brussels (B-Bc), shelf number BV-03-4047 (the autograph can also be consulted through this link)
  • first edition (score and parts): CeBeDeM, Brussels, 1977

Notes

  1. In the first edition: Ik ben vergeten of de dingen [I have forgotten whether the things].
  2. I do not know whether the things
    that surround me
    know that I love them.
  3. De Roeck (p.465) erroneously gives date of completion July.
  4. De Roeck, p.465.
  5. Violin, viola and cello.