Symphony No.1

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Brian Inglis

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Composer Brian Inglis
Year of Composition 1994
Duration ca.15'
ISMN 9790570683994
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Forces

2Fl, Fl/Picc, 2Ob, Ob/CA, 2Cl, Cl/BCl, 2Bsn, Bsn/Cbsn, 4Hn, 3Tpt, 2Tbn, BTbn, Tba, 4Perc, Pf/Cel, Hp, Strings (min 8.8.6.6.3)

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Catalogue ID ce-bi1s1

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This work was commissioned by City University Symphony Orchestra for its 1994-95 season. Japanese gagaku court music and medieval plainsong and organum are its principal sources of inspiration. My aim was to create a symphonic structure of modest scale with the same kind of dramatic, rhetorical quality of some of the polystylistic works of Arvo Pärt and Alfred Schnittke.

World premiere 10/3/1995 St John’s Smith Square, London: City University Symphony Orchestra/Matthew Rowe.
Commissioned by Denis Smalley for City University Symphony Orchestra.
Performing materials produced with support from the Holst Foundation.