Review / Tragic work of war’s lost composers

“FLOWERS of War” is a four-year project directed by Christopher Latham dedicated to recovering and performing the lost music of mostly unknown composers who were killed, injured or badly affected by the Great War. 

The “Three Treasures” concert at the High Court of Australia concentrated on the rediscovered work of three composers – France’s Claude Duboscq, Germany’s Botho Sigwart zu Eulenburg and Australia’s Frederick Septimus Kelly.

Review / Tragic work of war’s lost composers

“FLOWERS of War” is a four-year project directed by Christopher Latham dedicated to recovering and performing the lost music of mostly unknown composers who were killed, injured or badly affected by the Great War. 

The “Three Treasures” concert at the High Court of Australia concentrated on the rediscovered work of three composers – France’s Claude Duboscq, Germany’s Botho Sigwart zu Eulenburg and Australia’s Frederick Septimus Kelly.