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Peter Dickinson
Rags, Blues and Parodies

Work details

Stevie's Tunes
14'01"
Concerto Rag
4'03"
Extravaganzas
5'49"
Quartet Rag
2'53"
Blue Rose
3'05"
Wild Rose Rag
2'09"
Three Satie Transformations
2'02"/3'13"/1'57" - TT 7'12"
A Red, Red, Rose
3'33"
Hymn-Tune Rag
2'25"
'So we'll go no more a-roving'
3'58"
Patriotic Rag
2'30"
Four Blues
2'20"/2'56"/2'02"/3'00" - TT 10'18"

 

Artist details

Meriel Dickinson, mezzo-soprano
Peter Dickinson, piano

 

Recording details

Recording dates: 30 October 1999 (Concerto Rag, Hymn-Tune Rag, Three Satie Transformations, Patriotic Rag); 9 December 1985 (other pieces)
Venues: Potton Hall, Suffolk, UK (Concerto Rag, Hymn-Tune Rag, Three Satie Transformations, Patriotic Rag); Rosslyn Hill Chapel, Hampstead, London, UK (other pieces)
Producers: Tryggvi Tryggvason and John Kehoe (Concerto Rag, Hymn-Tune Rag, Three Satie Transformations, Patriotic Rag); Alison Wenham and John Kehoe (other pieces)
Engineers: Tryggvi Tryggvason (Concerto Rag, Hymn-Tune Rag, Three Satie Transformations, Patriotic Rag); Bob Auger (other pieces)
Copyright: 2000 Peter Dickinson
Pressing: Not specified

Albany TROY 369 DDD Stereo NEW/REISSUE
TT - 62'36"

 

Editorial & Design details

Liner notes: Peter Dickinson
Design: Not credited
Publishers: Novello & Co Ltd./G Schirmer Inc.
Credits: All pieces except those re-recorded in 1999 were originally recorded for Conifer Records.
Peter Dickinson played a Bösendorfer Imperial piano in 1985 and a Steinway (tuned and regulated by John Eastoe) in 1999.

 

Purchase details

PURCHASE THE RAGS DISC FROM AMAZON

 

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