Concerto for Two Flutes, Cello and Piano, Op. 262 (1956)

Allegro Moderato – Andante (Pastorale) – Vivo (Dance)

Concerto for Two Flutes, Cello and Piano, Op. 262

Concerto for Two Flutes, Cello and Piano, Op. 262

Recorded in 1957 by the “Dalet Klei Shir”
Hanoch Tel-Oren, Sharona Tel-Oren – Flutes
Itzhak Blasberger – Cello
Neli Ben-Or – Piano

Duration: 16:00 minutes

Publisher: The Marc Lavry Heritage Society

Synopsis:
The Concerto for Two Flutes, Cello and Piano consists of three movements:
Allegro Moderato
Andante (Pastorale)
Vivo (Dance) – the theme is based on Hora Op. 243.1

The Concerto for Two Flutes, Cello and Piano was commissioned by the “Dalet Klei Shir” quartet, whose members consisted of flutists Sharona and Hanoch Tel-Oren, cellist Yitzhak Blassberger and pianist Nelly Ben-Or.

Absent-minded Lavry gave Hanoch Tel-Oren the original score and forgot to keep a copy for himself. In 2014, Tel-Oren’s student, Ra’anan Eylon, found the manuscript of the Concerto and handed it over to the Marc Lavry Heritage Foundation.

The composition was recorded in 1957 by the Quartet for Kol Yisrael (The Israeli Broadcasting Service) and was lost. It was rediscovered in March 2017, 60 years later.

4 Responses to Concerto for Two Flutes, Cello and Piano, Op. 262 (1956)
  1. Deirdre McArdle
    March 26, 2017 | 3:21 pm

    This a is great piece! How do I purchase a score and parts?
    Thanks very much
    Deirdre

    • Orie
      March 27, 2017 | 6:56 pm

      Hello Deirdre,
      Thanks so much for your note.
      We’re currently in the process of engraving the composition and expect to complete it by the end of April 2017.
      I’d be happy to reach out to you once the sheet music is available.
      Orie

  2. Judith Hill
    December 6, 2017 | 1:24 pm

    I would also be interested in the sheet music. Is it available yet?
    Judith

    • Orie
      December 7, 2017 | 7:19 pm

      Hello Judith,
      Yes, the sheet music is available for purchase.
      Please contact music@marclavry.org for more info.
      Thanks,
      Orie

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