Edmund Rubbra in In a house in Kings Road, Reading - 1920
from The music of Edmund Rubbra, pages 8–9:
The room I worked in at the university had an upright piano, it is true, but as it and the room itself were used by other students as well, I didn’t get much privacy. However, there was a fairly mature student who didn’t belong to the university. She rejoiced in the name of Eurydice Draconi. She was a fine pianist and a pupil of George Woodhouse. She specialized in Scriabin, so I often retreated to where she lodged in Kings Road, and listened to her playing of his Fourth and Fifth Sonatas.
Ralph Scott Grover, The music of Edmund Rubbra (Aldershot, 1993), p. 8–9. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1456497028646 accessed: 22 May, 2019
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Piano Sonatas 4 and 5
written by Aleksandr Nikolayevich Scriabin
|performed by Eurydice Draconi|
|Listening Environment||in private, indoors, solitary|
Autobiographical accounts transcribed from three tapes, made by Rubbra on 28 June, 26 July and 9 August 1980.