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Piano Quintet by Scottish composer Julian Wagstaff


Julian Wagstaff - Piano Quintet (2002)

You can listen to an excerpt from the 1st Movement of the Piano Quintet by clicking on the 'Play' button below:

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Frontiers and Bridges

Julian Wagstaff's Piano Quintet appears on an exciting album of new music by the Edinburgh Quartet entitled Frontiers and Bridges. The soloist is Alina Kolonitskaya, and the above excerpt is taken from the recording which appears on the album.

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The Frontiers and Bridges CD is now available on the Circular Records label (catalogue number CR1014). Click here to order on-line, direct from the record label! You can also order through all good UK record shops, or buy the CD or MP3 files from amazon.co.uk. You can listen for free on Spotify - just click the button above.

Click here for the Frontiers and Bridges website for comprehensive information about the CD.




Performance Materials

The complete performance materials for Julian Wagstaff's Piano Quintet (score and parts) are now available for immediate electronic download from SheetMusicPlus. Just click the button below:

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The hard copy score of the Piano Quintet is published by Europa Edition Ltd, Edinburgh, priced at £8.99. Performance materials are available to hire from the publisher. Please click here for the publisher's website, or click the button below to order the score from amazon.co.uk.




UK Songwriting Contest

The Piano Quintet (for piano and string quartet) was composed in 2002. The slow movement was a finalist in the instrumental section of the 2004 UK Songwriting Contest.

Click here to view the original Piano Quintet programme note, and here to read a review of a recent performance (reviewed by Conrad Wilson in The Herald newspaper).