Rosemary Brown

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Rosemary Brown was born on July 27, 1916 in Stockwell (South West London). As a child she received no special musical training, only piano lessons. Through her media skills which have been confirmed by of renowned parapsychologists like Prof. Dr. W.H.C. Tenhaeff and also by musicologists as Prof. Ian Parrott, first Franz Liszt and later many more dead, famous composer came in spiritual contact with her. After her husband’s death in 1961, she was becoming more aware of Franz Liszt spiritual presence. Thus Rosemary regained interest in music and tried to replay the music on the piano that was dictated to her tone by tone. Over the year she noted by her own accounts new works, among others by Franz Liszt, Johann Sebastian Bach, Robert Schumann, Franz Schubert, Chopin, Beethoven, Serge Rachmaninoff, Debussy, Brahms.In this way several hundred compositions have been composed, which are mainly short piano pieces, as well as sketches for a Symphony in F minor by Ludwig van Beethoven. Rosemary Brown was never crowding into the light of public to gain fame, but saw its psychic gifts as an obligation towards the mankind. The last 25 years of her life she suffered from heart problems and arthritis, so she had to stop her musical work in her last years and eventually died in London on 16 November 2001. She bequeathed us several hundred beautiful compositions, which are fascinating many people worldwide. Some of them can be orderd from us: Rosemary Brown Catalogue

Audio clips:

Le Paon 
inspired by Claude Debussy
Howard Shelley (Piano)

Scherzo in F-sharp minor 
inspired by Frédéric Chopin
Howard Shelley (Piano)

Sonata in G flat major (1st Movement)
inspired by Franz Liszt
Howard Shelley (Piano)


Piano Solo

Impromptu & Polonaise (Chopin)

Consolation & Reve en Bateau (Liszt)

Zwei Bagatellen (Beethoven) & Fragment (Debussy)

Music from Beyond 
Prélude (Bach), Scherzo (Beethoven), 
Prélude (Rachmaninow), Moment Musical No. 2 (Schubert),
Prélude (Chopin), Intermezzo No. 2 (Brahms)

Lyric (Rachmaninow)

Woodland Waters (Liszt)

La Caverne (Debussy)

Le Paon (Debussy)

Intermezzo (Brahms)

An Album of Piano Pieces for Children of all Ages 
(Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin, Liszt, Debussy und Rachmaninow)

Twelve Cameos (Schumann)

Six Mazurkas – Band 1 (Chopin)

Six Mazurkas – Band 2 (Chopin)

Three Pieces (Chopin) (Scherzo & 2 Studies)

Etude in Fis-Moll (Chopin)

Jesus Praying (Franz Liszt)

Scherzo in F-Dur (F. Chopin)

Shepherd Piping (Edvard Grieg)

Larghetto (Mozart)

Various Works (Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Debussy)

Swan at Twilight, Fantasia (Liszt)

Music from other spheres – Band 1 
Valse Brillante (Liszt), Study in E-Dur (Chopin), Intermezzo in B-Dur (Brahms),
Nocturne in f-Moll (Chopin), Danse Exotique (Debussy), Lament (Liszt),
Nocturne in cis-Moll (Chopin)

Music from other spheres – Band 2 
Etude in fis-Moll (Chopin), Valse Caprice (Liszt),
Bagatelle in A-Dur (Beethoven), Fantaisie-Study in Es-Dur (Rachmaninoff),
Intermezzo in As-Dur (Brahms), Improptu in c-Moll (Schubert)

Music from other spheres – Band 3 
Sonata in f-Moll (Schubert) I. Allegro vivace, II. Andantino, III Presto, IV Allegro

Music from other spheres – Band 4 
Adagio (Beethoven), Impromptu in Es-Dur (Chopin), Impromptu in f-Moll (Chopin),
Caprice (Liszt), Rhapsody in fil-Moll (Liszt), Etude-Tableau in cis-Moll (Rachmaninoff)


Suite für Violoncello in D-Dur (Johann Sebastian Bach)