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  1. Melinda N
    February 9, 2019

    A friend of mine introduced me to the Rebecca Clarke’s Piano Trio. I had never heard of Rebecca Clarke’s previously and was saddened to learn that much of her compositions have never been published, let alone the roughly 20 percent that were went out of circulation. I am not a professionally trained archivist, but I would love to become involved in helping to uncover her dormant works for the benefit of entire communities.


  2. Sílvia Dabul
    July 10, 2019

    Nice to meet you and Rebecca. I am a pianist from Argentina and I am teaching chamber music in a High School of Music, “ESEAM Esnaola” Two of my students (viola and clarinet) are interested in a work of Rebecca: Prelude, allegro and Pastorale. Should you tell us how we can get this music?
    Greetings from Buenos Aires, Argentina


  3. thomas clarke
    July 25, 2019

    i am playing a violin sonata rebecca clarke i am writing about philip hesetine peter warlock are there any phographs or letters from these two heseltine married minnie lucy channing thank you for your help thomas clarke flat 14 42 great
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  4. Luiza Aquino Salles
    June 21, 2021

    I have recently performed Clarke’s Sonata and the work ‘Morpheus’ with viola. I was astound by the beauty of the pieces. It was a marvelous experience: I loved the sound, the colors, the texture… Working on it was a delight and performing it was a great pleasure. The difficulty imposed by the piece did not take away the pleasure in any moment, for the writing is simply perfect. On the contrary, the difficulty of the piece intensifies the experience. Definitely, Rebecca is one of the greatest composers of her time.


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