Douglas Lilburn: Drysdale Overture (Orchestra)
This work is published as a saddle-stitched score book for study.
About the volume:
Drysdale Overture (1937) is Lilburn’s first major orchestral work. It was written while he was a student under the aegis of Vaughan Williams at the Royal College of Music in London. The work won first prize at the New Zealand National Centennial Competition in 1940 and has more recently become established as a staple of orchestral repertoire with regular performances and recordings presented by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. This edition is the first of four volumes published in celebration of the centenary of Lilburn’s birth in 1915.
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