By Douglas Lilburn, Michael Houston, Justine Cormack. 1. Sonata for violin and piano. More Douglas Lilburn. Listen to Lilburn - Duos for Violin & Piano now. Listen to Lilburn - Duos for Violin & Piano in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Violinist Justine Cormack and Pianist Micheal Houstoun bring four of Douglas Lilburn's violin and piano duos to life, each featuring his unmistakeable fingerprint. The musical character ranges from broad expansive melodies to skipping and energetic themes, with transitions between the characters beautifully handled. Justine cormack and michael houstoun – lilburn duos. Sonata for violin and piano (1950). Allegro Concertante (1944, revised 1945). Sonata in E flat (1943, revised 1984).
The disc advertises Douglas Lilburn’s ‘duos’ for violin and piano because there are three sonatas and an Allegro Concertante. They date from 1943-50 – the notes and track details actually differ by a year with a claimed date of 1942 for the earliest of the sonatas - though the earliest sonatas were revised in the mid-1980s. Justine Cormack and Michael Houstoun are admirable advocates. The recording is generally well-judged though there are times when the piano spectrum can be somewhat harsh. It does little to dampen pleasure in the performances.
Michael Houstoun, Album. SHOSTAKOVICH: Piano Concertos Nos. 1 and 2. Advertisement. Other albums by Michael Houstoun. Douglas Lilburn: Duos for violin & piano. BEETHOVEN: Piano Sonatas Nos. 12-15, 21-27. 1-8, 19-20. LISZT: Sonata in B minor.
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Douglas Gordon Lilburn ONZ (2 November 1915 – 6 June 2001) was a New Zealand composer. Lilburn was born in Whanganui and spent his early years on the family farm in the upper Turakina River valley at Drysdale. He attended Waitaki Boys' High School from 1930 to 1933, before moving to Christchurch to study journalism and music at Canterbury University College (then part of the University of New Zealand) (1934–36). In 1937 he began studying at the Royal College of Music, London