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Ethel Smyth, Trio in D minor for violin, cello and piano (1880) edited and with foreword by Margaret Lucia and Terry King (Tewkesbury: Roberton Publishing, 2004). 58pp. £15

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  13 April 2011

Sophie Fuller


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2 ‘Finnish modern: love, sex and style in Sibelius's songs’, in Grimley, , The Cambridge Companion to Sibelius: 136Google Scholar.

1 Smyth, Ethel, Kammermusik und Lieder Vol. IV (Troubadisc, 1992) and Ethel Smyth, Complete Piano Works Liana Serbescu (CPO 999 327–2, 1995).Google Scholar

2 The two recordings of the Mass in D are by the Stuttgart Philharmonia Choir and Württemberg Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Helmut Wolf (Audite AUD97448, 1998) and the Plymouth Music Series Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Philip Brunelle (EMI Classics CDM 5674262, 2000, a re-release of the 1991 Virgin Classics recording). Even Smyth champion Odaline de la Martinez, born in Cuba and resident in the UK, is an American citizen.

3 In 1995 the Chagall Trio recorded the piece along with two early Smyth chamber works from 1887 – the Cello Sonata in A minor op. 5 and the Violin Sonata in A minor op. 7. Smyth, Ethel, Impressions That Remain Chagall trio (Meridian CDE84286, 1995)Google Scholar.

4 The autograph score is one of three Smyth manuscripts held at Durham University. Most of Smyth's manuscripts are held at the British Library.