12 Études op. 25 by Frédéric Chopin, ed. Alfred Cortot

By Frédéric Chopin, ed. Alfred Cortot

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Further, both Lilburn and Farquhar have an advantage in that both composers now are represented with fine digital recordings, largely not the case with the majority of Australian symphonists. Other New Zealand symphonists who completed symphonies during the 1950s include Ronald Tremain (1923–1998) and two New Zealanders who settled in Australia during the 1950s; Clifford Abbott (two symphonies) and Jack Vernon Peters (two symphonies). nz/ contributor/composer/1603 (accessed 2 November 2012). 48 Douglas Lilburn, Symphony No.

On the other hand, formal instruction in composition was relatively weak and was not designed to encourage innovation. 1 The population was concentrated on the south-eastern coastal fringe and hinterland, and especially in the state capital cities. 3 Although colonial Australia was isolated from Europe, requiring a sea voyage of a month and a half or more in the late 1880s,4 prior to Federation its major cities already bore many of the outward cultural trappings of European cities. This was exemplified by the International Exhibitions of 1878 (Sydney), and 1880 and 1888 (both in Melbourne).

3 of 1927 is titled A South African Symphony. 44 This work forms an interesting parallel to the interest shown towards Indigenous Australian Aboriginal music by a number of Australian composers from the mid-1930s onwards. Amongst South African-born composers who composed symphonies before 1960 are Arnold van Wyk (1916–83), John Joubert (b. 1927) and Hubert Du Plessis (b. 45 New Zealand was declared a colony of Britain in 1840 after a long series of wars with the original Maori inhabitants and achieved Dominion status in 1907.

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