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He left a rare sadly made rather too late recording of the Haydn Concerto No. Although his father allowed his young son to play a few notes on Saturday mornings as a treat, he was adamant that students should not take up the instrument in a serious manner until they had reached their teenage years when the teeth and the mouth embouchure were fully developed. At the age of sixteen he left school having won a scholarship in open competition, which enabled him to go to the Royal Academy of Music. Dennis studied the piano with Max Pirani and organ with G.
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Cunningham in addition to the horn with his father. The event caused much interest with favourable press comment.
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The following month he took part in his first recording session with the same orchestra accompanying Rudolf Serkin in Mozart's Piano Concerto K. It was another recording session in February when again he played alongside his father in Mozart's Divertimento in D K. O'Donnell, a group which would in time contain many of the finest of the post-war orchestral players and soloists. Fortunately Brain was able to take part in a variety of ad hoc orchestras, for example, the London Wind Players under Harry Blech, the orchestra which played at Myra Hess's National Gallery concerts, the National Symphony Orchestra, as well as appearing as a soloist throughout Britain and making a number of recordings.
He took part in the first performance of Britten's Serenade for tenor, horn and strings in October , a work he would subsequently record twice commercially. He took part in a number of sessions with the National Symphony Orchestra for the Decca Record Company who were recording experimentally with what became later known as the FFRR system. It was during this tour that he received an offer from conductor Eugene Ormandy to join the Philadelphia Orchestra. Walter Legge engaged him as first horn of his newly formed Philharmonia Orchestra, and the following year Beecham, when founding his Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, gave him a similar position.
He continued to work for both orchestras until April , before playing almost exclusively with the Philharmonia in the last three years of his life. Dennis himself formed his own wind quintet in and was to be found the length and breadth of Britain in recitals or concerto engagements.
He played in Karl Haas's London Baroque Ensemble in concert and in a wide variety of recordings, notably the first-ever of Richard Strauss's late period Symphony for wind instruments , and the two Mozart Wind Serenades K. His contribution to the vast number of recordings made by both the Philharmonia and the RPO during the years was enormous and the conductors under whom he played included virtually all the great names of the time.
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No less significantly, Brain's reputation and achievements resulted in an expansion of new works. The Allegro of K. For many years it was deemed as the composer's first venture into a horn concerto. This came about as a result of a misreading of the year for It was in fact the fourth to be composed. Mozart drafted both movements but the composer changed some of the solo writing when completing his draft. His score differs from the Mozart version with changed string writing and the deletion of low notes for the horn, as well as the introduction of the Lamentations of Jeremiah normally sung at the Good Friday service which resulted in an extension of the movement by six bars.
The work is scored for two oboes, two bassoons and strings. This was the first concerto which was composed for the soloist Joseph Leutgeb. The opening movement is highly attractive and very demanding for the soloist.
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