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Sorabji - Quære reliqua hujus materiei inter secretiora

Discussion in 'Repertoire' started by felipesarro, Feb 2, 2011.

  1. felipesarro

    felipesarro New Member

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    Does some one have the piano score of this piece? in English it means "Seek the rest of this matter among the things that are more secret"

    I love it, and it seems somewhat easier to play than other Sorabji pieces.
     
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    Sorry, I don't have it and it's not on Hawley's site either. I hope you find it, Felipe, because I like the title and now I'm curious....
     
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    this piece is based in a ghost short story. I think this is the title of the story. :D
     
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    How many hours does it last? Knowing the author, less than three is not possible!

    Try Chappells of Bond Street in London. If it is in print they will have it.

    http://www.chappellofbondstreet.co.uk/
     
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    this one lasts 20 minutes, but Habermann plays it in less than 17.

    I think there is no edition of it. only the manuscripts.
    I hate reading manuscripts, so I think I quit.
     
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    You may want to consider "In the hothouse". It is difficult of course but not staggeringly so, much like Ravel
    or early Messiaen. I've toyed with it but nor seriously yet.
     
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    I've made a small "book" with "easy" Sorabji music. There are Frammenti Aforistici, Variations Malicieuses on Grieg, Désir Éperdu, Pastiche Sadko... then it becames more difficult with In the hothouse, Fantasietta and Toccatinetta. "Seek the rest of this..." would be the final piece, and I intended to study all of them, starting with the easier and smaller ones... then I'd get used to Sorabji style, step by step.

    so... In the hothouse is already in my list. :wink:
     

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