Bate: Viola Concerto. Vaughan Williams: Romance (orch. Chase). Bell: Rosa mystica


William Henry Bell’s Rosa mystica is a three-movement viola concerto written in 1916, after the composer had settled in Cape Town as director of the South African College of Music. As an alumnus (and later teacher) of the Royal Academy of Music, Bell came in contact with Lionel Tertis, who ...

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