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*Completed on 25 January 1982.
 
*Completed on 25 January 1982.
*The first performance was played on 20 December 1983 in Brussels by [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Dombrecht Paul Dombrecht] and the Brussels Flemish Chamber Orchestra conducted by Arie van Lysebeth.<ref>[[De Roeck/en|De Roeck]], p.519.</ref>
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*The first performance was played on 20 December 1983 in Brussels by [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Dombrecht Paul Dombrecht] and the ''Brussels Flemish Chamber Orchestra'' conducted by Arie van Lysebeth.<ref>[[De Roeck/en|De Roeck]], p.519.</ref>
  
 
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**time signature: '''&#x20B5;'''[[Image:Legley_100-4.jpg|frameless|none|850px]]
 
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===Recording===
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*[https://phaedra-inflandersfields.bandcamp.com/album/vol-29-music-for-oboe-orchestra Phaedra]: recording of version A by Piet van Bockstal and the Czech ''Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra'' conducted by Herman Engels.
  
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
*photocopy of the autograph - version A: '''Archives of the VRT''', shelf number '''T5369'''
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*photocopy of the autograph of version A: '''Archives of the VRT''', shelf number '''T5369'''
*photocopy of the autograph - version B: '''Royal Conservatory Brussels''' ''(B-Bc)'', no shelf number yet (Legley archives)
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*photocopy of the autograph of version B: '''Royal Conservatory Brussels''' ''(B-Bc)'', no shelf number yet (Legley archive)
 
*first edition (parts): '''Cranz''', Brussels, '''1982'''
 
*first edition (parts): '''Cranz''', Brussels, '''1982'''
  
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Latest revision as of 21:41, 25 October 2021

dedicated to Arie Van Lysebeth

Opus 100

History

Version A

  • Completed on 25 January 1982.
  • The first performance was played on 20 December 1983 in Brussels by Paul Dombrecht and the Brussels Flemish Chamber Orchestra conducted by Arie van Lysebeth.[1]

Version B

  • Completed on 28 January 1985.

Music

  • instrumentation:
    • version A: solo oboe and string orchestra
    • version B: oboe and piano
  • duration: ca 16'30"

Parts

  • I. Allegro commodo
    • time signature: 4/4
      Legley 100-1.jpg
  • II. Scherzo
    • tempo: molto vivace
    • time signature: 9/8
      Legley 100-2.jpg
  • III. Non troppo adagio
    • time signature: 4/4
      Legley 100-3.jpg
  • IV. Allegro commodo
    • time signature:
      Legley 100-4.jpg

Recording

  • Phaedra: recording of version A by Piet van Bockstal and the Czech Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra conducted by Herman Engels.

Sources

  • photocopy of the autograph of version A: Archives of the VRT, shelf number T5369
  • photocopy of the autograph of version B: Royal Conservatory Brussels (B-Bc), no shelf number yet (Legley archive)
  • first edition (parts): Cranz, Brussels, 1982

Notes

  1. De Roeck, p.519.