Chamber — solo instrumental


Bumblebees [Die Hummeln]
for violin

  • 1928        Schott [ED 1949]

Celtic Fantasy
for harp                    

  • 1926        
  • 2013?        Schott (in prep)
  • Note: premiered on October 20, 1999, Wigmore Hall, London (Hugh Webb)

The extatic shepherd [Der extatische Schaefer]            
for flute

  • 1922**        
  • Schott [FTR 142]

Idyll
for violin   

  • 1928        
  • Schott [ED 1950]

Londonderry Air
for harp                

  • c1922**

Sonatina
for guitar            

  1. Adagio quasi introduzione – Molto moderato (6’10”)
  2. Allegretto pensoso  (2’04”)
  3. Finale:  Allegro – Tempo di movimento I – Tempo I (Allegro)  (2’36”)
  • June 27, 1927    
  • 2002        Bérben [E. 4760 B.]    
  • Duration: [10’50”]    
  • Dedicated to:  Andrés Segovia                                

Note: 
Segovia named the first movement Reverie

The score was presumed lost until 2001, when Angelo Gilardino found the holograph among Segovia estate papers in Linares. Segovia had said he was “not too keen about it”, and appears only to have performed it once. 
The Bérben edition (ed. Angelo Gilardino and Luigi Biscaldi) includes a facsimile of the entire holograph.  
Scott’s manuscript calls the work “Sonatina” on the title page, and “Sonatine” at the head of the score.