Did the composer know an Eileen Alannah? Was this a common name in those days? It doesn't give the date of publishing. Do you know? Who sang it originally? I see the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers played it for some years - which years? Where was J. Thomas from and the writer E.
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She bought gowns specially designed by Norman Hartnell to cover the cast, and she often wore Hartnell thereafter. We all used to flock to her concerts, not least because of the extraordinary amount of cleavage she used to show!
She had numerous recital programs and over 70 concertos in her repertoire, including such unusual works as the Piano Concerto in E-flat major by John Ireland and Rimsky-Korsakov 's Piano Concerto in C-sharp minor. However, there were three concertos that Joyce played more than any others, and were her firm favourites: the Grieg Piano Concerto in A minor, the Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. She never played any other Rachmaninoff concertos. She studied the 3rd Concerto but, far from being unable to play it, she simply did not like it. She appeared with all the principal UK orchestras as well as many overseas orchestras.
She toured Australia in , during which she was the soloist at the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra 's first Celebrity Concert, conducted by William Cade ;  and in , during which she performed the Grieg concerto at the gala opening concert of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra , under Joseph Post.source
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She finally appeared in Philadelphia] and Carnegie Hall , New York, in , with the Philadelphia Orchestra under Eugene Ormandy she had earlier appeared with them in Britain in , on the orchestra's first major overseas tour. While her Philadelphia concerts attracted excellent reviews, the New York critics were much less impressed. This was possibly due to the conservative repertoire she chose on Ormandy's strong advice Beethoven 's "Emperor" Concerto and Prokofiev's 3rd , rather than the works she would prefer to have played the Grieg concerto, Rachmaninoff's 2nd and Tchaikovsky's 1st.
She was never particularly popular or even well known in the United States, and she never returned. Her other tours abroad were to New Zealand in and ; France in ; the Netherlands in and ; Germany in where she played for Allied troops; she was the first British artist for more than a decade to give concerts with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra ,  and ; Italy in ; Belgium in and ; South Africa in ; Norway in she had planned to tour Sweden on this trip, but she fell down a flight of stairs after performing the Grieg concerto in Oslo, and the remainder of her trip was cancelled ; she did, however, visit Sweden in and ; Yugoslavia in , visiting Belgrade, Zagreb, and Ljubljana; Brazil and Argentina in ; Finland in ; Spain and Portugal in ; the Soviet Union in and ; Denmark and other Scandinavian countries in ; and India and Hong Kong in In November , Joyce broke the previous record of 17 appearances at London's Royal Albert Hall in a single calendar year.
She expressed a new-found interest in the harpsichord , receiving lessons from Thomas Goff, and in she gave the first of a number of harpsichord recitals. She declined, and the job went to Yvonne Arnaud. This work has parts for 12 toy instruments, which were taken by Joyce, Eric Coates , Thomas Armstrong , Astra Desmond , Gerard Hoffnung, Joseph Cooper , and other prominent people, all conducted by the composer.
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During that tour, which also included Hong Kong, she announced she was retiring, and her final recital was at a festival in Stirling , Scotland, on 18 May , where she played two sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti , Beethoven's Appassionata sonata, and works by Mendelssohn , Debussy , Chopin, Ravel , Granados and Liszt. She did, however, return to the concert platform a handful of times over the next 21 years, the first not until , when she played Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No.
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Also in she appeared with three other harpsichordists and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields under Neville Marriner. In she started to foster the career of the ten-year-old Terence Judd. In she appeared alongside fellow Australian pianist Geoffrey Parsons in a two-piano recital at Australia House , London.
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In she gave a two-piano recital with Philip Fowke. On 21 March she fell in her bathroom, fracturing her hip. She was taken to East Surrey Hospital, where she died on 25 March. In a interview she said the greatest conductor she had ever worked with was Sergiu Celibidache. In the late s and s, she and her partner Christopher Mann worked tirelessly to get Celibidache good engagements in Britain.
With her partner Christopher Mann's influence, Joyce contributed to the soundtracks of a number of films. She is best known as the soloist in Rachmaninoff 's Piano Concerto No. She also provided the playing for the piano music in the film The Seventh Veil , but this was uncredited in the film. She appeared in Battle for Music ,  a docu-drama about the struggles of the London Philharmonic Orchestra during the war, in which a number of prominent composers and performers appeared as themselves.
Arthur Bliss 's music for the film Men of Two Worlds  released in the US as Kisenga, Man of Africa , and re-released as Witch Doctor includes a section for piano, male voices and orchestra, titled "Baraza", which Bliss said was "a conversation between an African Chief and his head men". Joyce played this for the film, with Muir Mathieson conducting.
Bliss also wrote this out as a stand-alone concert piece, which Joyce both premiered in and recorded in This recording was more favourably received than the film was.