Leo Black, a pupil of Rubbra in the 1950s, presents a full-scale study of his symphonies (the first for twenty years). A biographical sketch throws light on legends about the BBC and Rubbra; there are full programme notes on each symphony, with accounts of important non-symphonic works.An early exercise of enterprise came when in 1924 he took unapproved leave of absence from the College to tour for three weeks with the Arts League of Service Travelling ... Oxford University Press published the 1927 Phantasy for two violins and piano, Op. 29 as by a#39;Edmund Duncan ... The impression he made at the time was recalled thirty years later in an anonymous profile in the Sunday Timesa#39;sanbsp;...
|Title||:||Edmund Rubbra: Symphonist|
|Publisher||:||Boydell & Brewer Ltd - 2014-07-01|