Vous êtes ici
Warning: images may be copyrighted. If no copyright is shown, see their site of origin for details, or contact me.
Sheet music for Julian Yu
Piano Solo — Individual Part — Baroque Period
Composed by Julian Hou. Arranged by Julian Hou. Baroque Period. Individual Part. 6 pages. Published by Julian Hou (S0.429939).
Song to Me - the music and songs of Julian Wagstaff (complete performing edition) — WAGSTAFF, Julian
Piano Solo,Piano/Vocal/Chords,Clarinet,Cello,Piano Trio,Soprano Voice,Tenor Voice,Voice Duet,Two voices and piano trio (clarinet,cello and piano) — Piano Reduction,Score,Set of Parts — 21st Century,Opera,Post-Romantic,Broadway,Musicals
Composed by WAGSTAFF, Julian. 21st Century, Opera, Post-Romantic, Broadway, Musicals. Piano Reduction, Score, Set of Parts. 317 pages. Published by Julian Wagstaff (S0.307303).
Full Orchestra — Score — 21st Century,Post-Romantic,Musicals,Fourth of July,Patriotic
Composed by WAGSTAFF, Julian. 21st Century, Post-Romantic, Musicals, Fourth of July, Patriotic. Score. 58 pages. Julian Wagstaff #JJW0004. Published by Julian Wagstaff (S0.27735).
— CD —
By Julian Bream Consort; Julian Bream. By John Dowland (1563-1626). CD. Published by RCA Legacy (NX.RCA7801).
Cello and Piano — Book Only — Classical
By Julian Lloyd Webber. By Julian Lloyd Webber. Music Sales America. Classical. Book Only. Composed 2005. 84 pages. Chester Music #MUSCH60883. Published by Chester Music (HL.14017409).
Cello and Piano — Book Only — Exam Material
By Julian Lloyd Webber. By Max Bruch (1838-1920). Edited by Julian Lloyd Webber. Music Sales America. Exam Material. Book Only. 54 pages. Chester Music #MUSCH60264. Published by Chester Music (HL.14019310).
flute and guitar — edition with CD — Brazilian, Classical, Folk
15 Pieces. Composed by Julian Byzantine. Arranged by Julian Byzantine. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music with CD. Schott World Music. Brazilian, Classical, Folk. Edition with CD. 52 pages. Schott Music #ED 13582. Published by Schott Music (HL.49044167).
Trumpet Fanfare - Entr'acte from the musical John Paul Jones (complete performance materials) — Julian WAGSTAFF, Simon HANSON
Piano Solo,Flute,Clarinet,Trumpet,Horn in F,Violin,Cello,Double Bass,Drums,Concert Band,Chamber Orchestra,School Orchestra — Piano Reduction,Score,Set of Parts — Broadway,Musicals,Fourth of July,Wedding,Patriotic
Composed by Julian WAGSTAFF, Simon HANSON. Broadway, Musicals, Fourth of July, Wedding, Patriotic. Piano Reduction, Score, Set of Parts. 17 pages. Published by Julian Wagstaff (S0.41345).
piano — edition with CD — Classical
25 Traditional Pieces. Composed by Julian Rowlands. Arranged by Julian Rowlands. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music with CD. Schott World Music. Classical. Edition with CD. 64 pages. Schott Music #ED 13684. Published by Schott Music (HL.49045259).
Guitar — Book Only — Classical
For Guitar. Composed by Lennox Berkeley (1903-1989) and Julian Bream (1933-). Edited by Peter Dickinson fing. Julian Bream. Arranged by Julian Bream. Music Sales America. Classical. Book Only. Composed 2012. 12 pages. Chester Music #MUSCH79772. Published by Chester Music (HL.14041941).
Chinese composer, prizewinner of the “Voya Toncitch Prize” International Piano Composition Contest in Paris, in 1987. According to Mr. Toncitch “Julian Yu in his outstanding composition entitled Scintillation 1 filigrees with absolute technical mastery an original music-calligraphy and confides to the piano its visible charm and refinement, its hidden strength and message, whose psychological impact hypnotizes listeners.” Mr. Toncitch has premiered Julian Yu’s work in Tulsa, Oklahoma on April 25th, 1988. Mr. Toncitch’s recital was broadcast live and recorded by KWGS station. The next day, Mr. Toncitch presented Mr. Yu’s work on OETA Television. In 1991, he played Scintillation 1 in California and in Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh).
Born in Beijing in 1957, Julian Yu settled in Australia in 1985. He studied composition at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, later joining the teaching staff there, and from 1980 to 1982 studied at the Tokyo College of Music with Joji Yuasa and Schin-ichiro Ikebe. In 1988 Julian Yu was a Composition Fellow at Tanglewood where he studied with Hans Werner Henze and Oliver Knussen.
Julian Yu has won many awards for composition, including the 1988 Koussevitzky Tanglewood Composition Prize; the inaugural and consecutive Paul Lowin Orchestral Prizes of 1991 and 1994; the 1992 Vienna Modern Masters Composition Award; awards in the International New Music Composers’ Competitions of 1987, 1988, 1989 and 1990; the 35th Premio Musicale Citta di Trieste, Italy 1988; the 56th Japan Music Concours 1987; the international Irino Prize Competition, Japan 1989; the International ‘Piano 2000’ Composition Competition, Japan; the Albert H. Maggs Composition Award 1988; the Jacobena Angliss Music Award 1989; the Adolf Spivakovsky Composition Prize 1993; the Margaret Lee Crofts Fellowship (USA) 1988; and an Australia Council Composer Fellowship in 1995.
His work has been performed at many international music festivals including four times at ISCM World Music Days (Switzerland in 1991 and 2004, Mexico in 1993 and Luxemburg in 2000), five times in the Asian Composers’ League (ACL) festivals, at the Huddersfield Festival, the Shanghai Spring Festival (2004), the Munich Biennale (1988), and the Melbourne International Festival (1996).
Yu’s major works include Philopentatonia, commissioned by IRCAM for Ensemble InterContemporain and later performed by Ensemble Modern, the London Sinfonietta, and the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra conducted by Heinz Holliger; Three Symphonic Poems, performed by Sydney Symphony under Gunther Schuller; Great Ornamented Fuga Canonica, performed by the BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Oliver Knussen; Wu-Yu, performed by the Tanglewood, BBC, Luxembourg and Hiroshima Orchestras; puppet music theatre The White Snake, commissioned by Hans Werner Henze and performed at the second Munich Biennale International New Music Theatre Festival; Sinfonia Passacaglissima, performed at the Sydney Opera House by the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra under Markus Stenz; Marimba Concerto, performed by Evelyn Glennie; Not a Stream But an Ocean, commissioned for the BBC Proms; The Future of Water, commissioned by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra; and Willow and Wattle, commissioned by Melbourne Symphony and performed to great acclaim during their tour of China.
Yu believes that quality and beauty in music come from something deeper than the sound produced: that they spring from the pattern of thought, the inner laws or structure of the music, and that it is this inner pattern which gives integrity and individual character to a work.
(Biography provided by the composer and current to 2005.)
(Contribution by <email@example.com>.)