Moeran Downloads

All the Moeran downloads brought together on one page!
All the files and major sections on the Moeran website can be downloaded from here. There are also links to the relevant site page for each of the audio files for further information on these recordings.


Entire Website as of 11th October 2001 - click here (6.91 MB)


Site Sections

Self contained Adobe Acrobat documents containing all the articles in each section of the website - an essential reference library you can store on disc - last updated 11th October 2001.
(Right click and select "Save Target As..." to save the files.)

Biography - 1.34 MB
Chronology - 472 KB
Chamber Music - 456 KB
Orchestral Music - 1.05 MB
Solo Music - 759 KB
Vocal Music - 755 KB
Writing - 498 KB


Audio Files

Sonata for Two Violins (page):

1 - Allegro non troppo 5'53"
2 - Presto 4'02"
3 - Passacaglia 5'28"

Violin Concerto (page):

1 - Allegro Moderato 11'32"
2 - Rondo - Vivace 9'35"
3 - Lento 9'35"

Sinfonietta (page):

1 - Allegro con brio 7'09"
2 - Tema con variazioni 11'50"
3 - Allegro risoluto 7'24"

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More Adobe Acrobat Documents

Score: Piano transcription of Air from Serenade in G - click here (118 KB)

Article: British Music and the BBC (by Moeran) - click here (147 KB)
Article: Moeran in Eynsford (by Andrew Rose) - click here (250 KB)
Article: Folksongs and some Traditional Singers in East Anglia (by Moeran) - click here (139 KB)
Article: Moeran and the English Tradition (by Hubert Foss) - click here (138 KB)
Article: John Ireland as Teacher (by Moeran) - click here (139 KB)
Article: E J Moeran in Norfolk (by Barry Marsh) - click here (157 KB)
Article: Moeran by Warlock - click here (145 KB)


Other Files

E J Moeran Windows Screensaver - click here (2.74 MB)


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E. J. Moeran, known to his friends as "Jack", was one of Britain's greatest composers, and yet is now virtually unknown...