Forbidden Music Regained


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Music for the smiling tomorrow

By Ignace Lilien

genre
Chamber music
instrumentation
Violin and keyboard instrument|Woodwind ensemble and keyboard instrument (fl ob pf / 2vl pf)
duration
17 minutes
year
1955
location of manuscript
www.nederlandsmuziekinstituut.nl archive registration number 009/092b 009/093
status
published score
order printed score here

Details

For piano flute and oboe or piano and 2 violins

Allegro con spirito
Largo
Scherzo (Allegro misterioso)
Finale (Allegro ma non tanto)

See also: www.nederlandsmuziekinstituut.nl catalogue application number NMI 7 A 146
www.nederlandsmuziekinstituut.nl catalogue application number NMI 13634

About Ignace Lilien

Ignace Lilien

His hometown Lemberg, in the Ukraine known as Lviv, and in Poland as Lwów, has a history of occupation by shifting powers. This is why the Germans had trouble figuring out Ignace Lilien's real identity; he survived the war with forged documents. He worked as a chemical engineer, but that didn’t stop him from composing a large oeuvre. His life was as varied as his music, with influences ranging from Polish modernism to South American rhythms and timbres.

by Frans van Ruth