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Opus 73 "In the Lake Country"
for violin, viola or cello and piano

Composed in 1924, this work is a transcription of the slow movement from CBR's Op.27 String Quintet in D major.


History

CBR made two arrangements from his chamber works:
 • Op.71 "Elegy" for organ (1914)
    from Op.49 String Quartet in C major (1908)
 • Op.73 "In the Lake Country" for violin, viola or cello and piano (1924)
    from Op.27 String Quintet in D major (1914)


 

Dedication

This Op.73 "In the Lake Country" carries three separate dedications, and the parts are individually dedicated to:
  • Albert Sammons (violin)
  • Alfred Hobday (viola)
  • Howard Bliss (violoncello) - brother of CBR's pupil Arthur Bliss

Violinist Albert Sammons Violist Alfred Hobday Howard Bliss - image needed

Left to right:   Albert Sammons, Alfred Hobday, (Howard Bliss)
 
Can anyone supply a picture of Howard Bliss?


 

Publication status

We are delighted that London Music Press has recently published two versions of CBR's Op.73 "In the Lake Country":
for Viola & Piano
for Cello & Piano