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Sheet music for Harold Truscott
Composed by Heinrich von Herzogenberg (1843-1900). Edited by Harold Truscott. This edition: paperback. Romantic. 36 pages. Published by Musica Rara (BR.MR-1821).
Composed by Friedrich Kiel. Edited by Harold Truscott. This edition: paperback. Romantic. 24 pages. Published by Musica Rara (BR.MR-1570).
Viola, 2 oboes and strings (viola and piano)
Composed by Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778-1837). Edited by Harold Truscott. This edition: paperback. Classical period. 20 pages. Published by Musica Rara (BR.MR-1624).
Composed by Joseph Joachim (1831-1907). Edited by Harold Truscott. This edition: paperback. Romantic. 32 pages. Published by Musica Rara (BR.MR-1820).
On A Theme By Emmanuel Moor. Composed by Harold Truscott (1914-1992). Book Only. Bardic Edition #BDE225. Published by Bardic Edition (BT.BDE225).
By Ian Hobson. By Harold Truscott (1914-1992). Listening CD. Published by Toccata Classics (NX.TOCC0252).
Composed 1 symphony* (several others unfinished), Elegy for strings*, Suite in
G major*, Fantasia for strings, Suite for strings, Prelude for winds and
double-basses; 22 piano sonatas and other pieces (10 Sonatas issued on LP by
Altarus or cassette by the British Music Society); 4 Violin Sonatas and 1 for
solo violin*, Cello Sonata*, 3 Clarinet Sonatas, others for Oboe, Horn, Cor
Anglais, and other instrumental pieces, Trio in A for flute, violin & viola*, 2
string quartets, &c. 2 dozen songs and part-songs,
Kyrie for 10-part chorus unaccompanied. Completions of several Schubert piano
pieces. Items marked (*) issued on CD by Marco Polo.
Truscott had several BBC broadcasts in the 1950s but the new
Controller of Music in 1959 -- William Glock -- and Truscott did not get on. Apart
from an isolated broadcast in 1969 of Piano Sonatas 7 (dedicated to Havergal
Brian and described by the dedicatee as a real "tour de force") & 10 by John
Ogdon, Truscott’s music languished unheard until the the 1980s when the Altarus
label recorded 8 Sonatas (with Peter Jacobs), followed by Marco Polo in the
early 1990s with several orchestral and chamber works.