Nov. 26, 2016
Letocart has a detailed analysis of his own version on the ABruckner site here. He also calls himself Seba Tracotel on Facebook; not sure of the meaning of the second name. Letocart will share his score privately by "file" pdf when messaged on Facebook, but the score itself doesn't have a public link. I have it and can see the connections to "Hallelujah" to the Letocart's conclusion and to the Bruckner Ninth trio schezo. The opening theme in my third "Sonata" (1962) vaguely relates to the same theme, and apparently that is so because I got a Bruckner Ninth recording for Walter's Ninth (3 movements) on Columbia for Christmas in 1961 after my return from William and Mary (from my "expulsion", some rather ironic and disturbing personal history. Let's hope the NY Philharmonic notices. I think it may perform a completed ninth in the 2017-2018 season.