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Dives and Lazarus : op. 39

  • NLW MS 24025F.
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  • [1965]-1966

Manuscript pencil sketch, [1965], of Alun Hoddinott's 'Dives and Lazarus', a cantata for soprano and baritone soloists, choir and orchestra, with words written and adapted by Gwynno James.
The work was commissioned for the 1965 Farnham Festival and first performed on 20 May 1965. Also included is a manuscript copy of the words [?in the hand of Gwynno James] (ff. ii-iii) and a letter from Hoddinott to Felix Aprahamian, [28] March 1966 (f. i).

Hoddinott, Alun

Gwas y goruchaf,

Manuscript orchestral score (Parts I-III) of 'Gwas y goruchaf', a cantata for mixed choir and orchestra, composed at Treadam, January and February 1969. Together with chorus score (Parts I-III), vocal score with piano (Parts I-III), and orchestral parts. Published Magor: Mansel Thomas Trust, Ref: MT080 [1998?].

In praise of wisdom,

Manuscript orchestral score (parts I and IV) of 'In praise of wisdom', a cantata for contralto, mixed voices and orchestra; together with orchestral parts (parts I and IV) chorus score (parts I, II and IV), solo part for cor anglais and solo vocal score (parts II, III and IV). Published Magor: Mansel Thomas Trust, Ref: MT079 [1998?].