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It sounds so much better than the faster recordings that I was planning with some trepidation to ignore the composer’s markings.

Inthe international organization Jaycies awarded him as one of the Ten Outstanding Young People. Klonos by Piet Swerts. It’s a useless score swertt I haven’t performed the piece yet, or even practiced it The only wrong tempo I can remember is in the second movement which should be instead of Good luck and have fun, Beck Steve P Chris Dannel Good luck and have fun, Beck. Ok so, I know there’s a published version of this By Ascolta and they are incredibly hard to get a hold of. As a composer, he considers himself as autodidactic.

Piet Swerts: Klonos

Could you elaborate on wrong? I figured others who may be able to study this piece with someone very familiar with the piece such as Otis Murphy might have better answers. Steve P Dannel Try this link it has all of Piet Swerts’ contact information.

Swerts has been invited as a guest-conductor in Austria, the Czech Republic, France, the Netherlands, Poland, and China, where he conducted the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra in with his own works.

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Copyright Photograph by Paul De Cloedt Future commissions generate first performances of Passionsa new Double Concerto for two pianos to be created in Belgium and RotterdamSerenata for wind ensemble, commissioned by Il Gardelino and to be recorded on CD ina new Suite, Horta for saxophone and piano, commissioned by Arno Bornkamp, presented at the World Congress in Zagreb in I just thought it’d be educational since there are many pieces out there that have several publishing errors.


I hope this helps.

I just remembered another reason why I was wondering this, and perhaps I should be contacting Pat Mann about this In this day and age with computer notation programs there is no excuse for this type of product. He’s very generous and helpful, so don’t hesitate!

I also figure that this would be a good thread to have in case anyone else was playing this piece and was didn’t know of these errors. Paul Creston once commented that the tempos were entirely wrong in the Sonata, and they were wrong because his publishing editor changed them I just thought I would address them in case someone else might’ve gotten the piece and did not know this.

November 14,Tongeren. Sincehe is Professor of Composition and Orchestration at the same institute, now Department of Drama and Music associated with the Catholic University of Leuven. Although i’ve been finding a lot of stuff about this piece myself.

Swerts, Piet Jozef b. In Januarythere was a CD release by Eufoda devoted to his piano compositionsas recorded by the composer himself.

Swerts studied from at the Leuven College of Arts LUCA Campus Lemmens in Leuven, where he obtained ten first prizes, and, for the first time swer the history of the same institute, the special Prize Lemmens Tinel for composition and piano with great distinction. I may or may not find it, but I would urge you to contact Otis to see if he could send it to you. After corresponding with one particular composer, I was sent music that had been hand[written], ie [scribbled], with notes so small you would wonder how it was ever done in the first place.

Well I don’t like directly bugging composers too much and i’ve already been back and forth with him on several things. Plus so I could figure out if there were any more errors since every correspondence i’ve had with Piet Swerts has just been “I found this, is this wrong? That is, if a composer wants anyone to perform their works. So if anyone else is interested I can upload it to be available. A quick web search doesn’t produce any related quotes.

Inhis violin concerto Zodiac was selected out of works from 28 countries as the compulsory concerto for the finals of the International Queen Elisabeth Competition for Violin. I’ve been working up the third movement of his sonata and have listened to as many recordings of it as I can get my hands on, one of which has the movement performed considerably slower than the marked Here you could get the info you need about Klonos.


He is so nice, and willing to help. In the magazine, Opera Now UKit was hailed as one of the most remarkable events of that season.

I have found an unusually high tolerance by composers to disseminate their own music with errors or otherwise incomprehensible scribbling they call notation. Thanks Chris, but i’ve already been in contact with Piet Swerts and since there are a lot of errors in the newer published one by Ascolta So at the end, this will hopefully help others instead of a bunch of people contacting him directly as that might get annoying.

The answers that you get from that source will in all likelihood be more accurate than anything you will get on this MB. I have the full recording of Brian Sacawa playing it if anyone wants it. I have been thinking about starting on this piece in the future. His fifth piano concerto Wings performed and recorded by the composer has had already many performances after the first year of creation: I’ve always wondered whether some of those were true errors, or errors from an overly ambitious editor Inhe became Doctor Ph.

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Also, I would love to see a copy of the Otis Murphy Lecture. It’s my fault, I wrote for the first movement, and for the third. Sorry if I hijacked this thread, but I greatly appreciate the information regarding Creston’s comments.

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