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Two interludes from The yellow cake revue Yesnaby Ground, Farewell to Stromness by Peter Maxwell Davies

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Published by Caliban Editions in Toronto .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

Statementby Peter Maxwell Davies ; arranged by Fraser Jackson
ContributionsJackson, Fraser.
The Physical Object
Paginationscore (4, 5 p.) and 4 parts; 28 cm.
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21406351M

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Farewell to Stromness, though short, undemanding, and somewhat obscure, stands as one of Peter Maxwell Davies' most beautiful and heartfelt works, no doubt owing to the circumstances that inspired it. Upon learning of the proposal to dig an open-pit uranium mine in his adopted home of Orkney, Scotland, Peter Maxwell Davies composed a handful of works in protest of the plan. Publisher Code: BH Title: Farewell To Stromness & Yesnaby Ground Subtitle: from The Yellow Cake Revue Composer: Maxwell Davies, Sir Peter Instrumentation: piano Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes, London Pages: 5 Format: Saddle stitching ISMN M ISMN ISMN-EAN: UPC: Farewell to Stromness and Yesnaby Ground are piano . Purpose Of Interludes. by Samantha Hall publishers usually have the last word on a book's design, including illustrations. Most of the time, they prefer to hire an illustrator themselves rather than have the author provide illustrations. into a clearly defined, intriguing battle where two characters fight to keep their relationship. Check out Yellow Cake Revue, J. III. Farewell to Stromness by Peter Maxwell Davies on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on

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