We need to get the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra to perform this particular orchestral work, once it is completed!
I don't know who "we" are in this instance (the membership of this forum, for example) but said "we" need(s) to get it commissioned first, before it could be commence in earnest. That said, where this "C minor" has emerged from I know not; it is certainly not, as far as I am aware, included in the T&Cs of a commission contract (but then nor is anything else at this stage). Priorities and all that.
Moreover, one might ask whether "we" have any contacts within the management of BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra or BBC in general with whom such an aim might be discussed? Quite an important requirement, I would think.
In the meantime, might it not seem a sensible idea to give this entire matter a rest - several bars rest, indeed - at least on the public part of this forum until such fundamentals have been implemented? It is up to whoever might want to commission this work (if indeed anyone does and should he/she/they have the wherewithal to do so) to do so in the customary manner before anything further can reasonably be expected to proceed.
As I rather suspected - but by whom and why, especially given the number of posts that you have made about it that all suggest quite the opposite? One might in any case also ask how anything can be "put to sleep" when there appears to be no evidence that it was ever awake in the first place; Strauss' gorgeous Beim Schlafengehen does mean what it says - going to sleep from a wakeful state. And whatever prompted "the idea" in the first place if the means to enable it were known never to be present? I think that forum members who have read your posts on this subject deserve to be told - and for you to come clean about this; personally, I find it well less than amusing, to say the very least...
Last Edit: Oct 15, 2017 10:57:21 GMT -5 by ahinton