Symphony No. 2 (Lilburn)
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- Prelude: Moderato (half note=betw. 52-56 (tempo in beats per minute))
- Scherzo: Allegro vivace (quarter note=approx. 152)
- Introduction: Poco lento (quarter note=approx. 69) - without pause -
- Finale: Allegro (half note=betw. 116-120)
A typical performance of the piece lasts around 30 minutes, and several recordings exist. The work was published in 1979 by Price Milburn of Wellington though it seems to have circulated in manuscript copies earlier.
- See: OCLC 154285031
- metronome markings are from the 1979 score.
- See: OCLC 8319388 (e.g. University of Missouri Kansas City, other locations. Typeset miniature score, 116 pages.)
- This makes sense as there were several earlier recordings. A holograph of the 1974 revision is at Victoria University of Wellington (see OCLC link), for instance. (According to library and Worldcat, holograph score- 136 pages.)
- Douglas Lilburn. The Three Symphonies. New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, James Judd, rec. 2001 on Naxos Records
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