KSS36 Cinque Sonetti di Michelagniolo Buonarroti

Piece details

  • Written for: Voice(s) and Orchestra
  • Instruments: 1 1 1 1/-/pno bar/2 2 2 2 1
  • Date composed: 1923
  • Approximate duration (minutes): 12
  • Manuscript pages: 40
  • Manuscript location: Sorabji Archive
  • Comments: A short piece for baritone and small orchestra based on texts by Michelangelo. An edition of the parts may also be obtained from Prof. Paul Rapoport.

Editions available from the Sorabji Archive

  • Critical edition (full score) (Marc-André Roberge), A3L. 92 pages.
    Price: £26 (paper), £10 (pdf)
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  • Critical edition (score and parts) (Marc-André Roberge), A3L. 132 pages.
    Price: £POA (paper), £15 (pdf)
  • Manuscript, A3L. 40 pages.
    Price: £13 (paper), £5 (pdf)
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Not yet recorded

Performances

  • 02/02/1980 Henry Ingram (tenor), New Music Concerts Ensemble (Toronto) (instrumental ensemble), Robert Aitken (conductor)
    Walter Hall, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
    New Music Concerts

Broadcasts etc.

  • 10/08/1980 Henry Ingram (tenor), Robert Aitken (conductor), New Music Concerts Ensemble (Toronto) (instrumental ensemble)
    CBC (radio), Toronto, Canada [broadcast of recording]
  • 25/08/1982 Henry Ingram (tenor), Robert Aitken (conductor), New Music Concerts Ensemble (Toronto) (instrumental ensemble)
    WUHY (later WHYY) (radio), Philadelphia PA, USA [broadcast of recording]
    90th birthday tribute
  • 26/07/1988 Henry Ingram (tenor), Robert Aitken (conductor), New Music Concerts Ensemble (Toronto) (instrumental ensemble) [extract]
    Cleveland Lodge (home of Lady Susi Jeans), Dorking, UK [recording]
    Organists’ Summer School: Illustrated Lecture
  • 27/02/1991 Henry Ingram (tenor), Robert Aitken (conductor), New Music Concerts Ensemble (Toronto) (instrumental ensemble) [extract]
    Lecture Room A, Music Faculty, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK [recording]
    Oxford University Contemporary Music Group, Illustrated Lecture (Alistair Hinton)