Creith: Violin Concerto in G minor. Pitfield: Concerto lyrico. Arnell: Violin Concerto in One Movement op.9


As all three pieces featured here are likely to be as unfamiliar to readers as they were to me, some historical background may prove helpful. Guirne Creith was the nom de plume of Gladys Mary Cohen (1907−96), a highly gifted composer–pianist active mostly during the 1920s and 30s, who in ...

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