Symphony no. 7
by Arnold Bax.
|Main Creator:||Bax, Arnold, 1883-1953.|
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[London] : Chappell & Co. Ltd., c1943, c1972.
Holograph full score.
"Symphony No. 7 was the last important major orchestral word of Arnold Bax. it is dedicated to 'The people of America' and was written between march 1938 and January 1939 as the result of a commission for the New York World Fair of 1939." (p. [ii]).
Plate number: 1-49211.
NLI copy is an authorised copy previously circulated by Chappell Hire Library; sticker on t.p.: "... This copy has been officially authorised by the publishers, Chappell Music Publishers Ltd. ...".
NLI copy signed on cover title by Bryden Thomson.
NLI copy contains annotations in grey and red pencil by Bryden Thomson relation to performance practise of the work.
NLI copy contains annotation by Bryden Thomson: "Recorded L[ondon] P[hilharmonic] O[rchestra] Chandos 11-12 April 1988". (p. )
NLI copy contains 3 interleafed pages, one of which is a letter by Graham Parlett to Bryden Thomson, outlining errors in the score, which he outlines in detail on the other two pages.
Physical description: 1 score (219 p.) ; 39 x 29 cm.
Bryden Thomson collection.
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