Frederick Delius


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English composer of orchestral works (1862-1934)

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While spring and summer sang; Thomas Beecham and the music of Frederick Delius.
Under the leadership of Emil Hertzka, UE began publishing the music of such early twentieth-century composers as Bela Bartok, Frederick Delius, Leos Janacek, Ernst Krenek, Gustav Mahler, Karol Szymanowski and Kurt Weill.
There are still the odd family and friendly links there and it was through one of these that we learned about a month ago, of a Star Wars ring of steel - or more accurately, a ring of digital, surveillance cameras - being set up in the city of JB Priestley, Frederick Delius and David Hockney.
This Herodotus is a sensationalist hack who somehow wins the pharaoh's favor, and presiding over the verbal and intellectual competition is a god who reaches up into the twentieth century to bring the music of Frederick Delius to Cheops to soothe him on his passage into eternity.
In the twentieth century quite a few capsule versions, by Serge Lifar and George Skibine for example, were set to Tchaikovsky's well-known fantasy overture, while Antony Tudor turned to a mishmash score taken from Frederick Delius.
It might be the hometown of Pop Idol star Gareth Gates, writer JB Priestley, composer Frederick Delius and artist David Hockney, but southerners barely know where it is.
Yeats, among others, translated into music by the likes of Charles Villiers Stanford (a haunting, impressionistic take on Keats' ``La Belle Dame Sans Merci''), Frederick Delius (``Twilight Fancies'') and Ralph Vaughan Williams.
His publications included Sir Adrian Boult's Birmingham Years, The Birmingham 78s, The Recorded Works of William Walton, The Music of Arthur Bliss on Record, While Spring and Summer Sang: Thomas Beecham and the Music of Frederick Delius and Town Hall Birmingham: A History in Pictures.
By 1919 the firm's stable of composers ranged from Bela Bartok to Alexander Zemlinsky, Alfredo Casella to Karol Szymanowski, Frederick Delius to Leos Janacek, and in the decade that followed its roster was considerably expanded as a younger generation came of age and flourished in an inflationary surge of new music festivals and theatrical experimentation.
BBC Proms 2009 (BBC2, 8pm) This weekend the Proms mark the 75th anniversary of the death of three huge figures in the history of music, Frederick Delius, Edward Elgar and Gustav Holst, with several concerts, of which BBC2, has chosen to air what looks like the pick of the bunch.
This year's collective repertoire, titled "Seasons and Surprises," includes the "Four Seasons" by Antonio Vivaldi, "Upon Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring" by Frederick Delius, "The Lark Ascending" by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Symphony No.
The performance will also include music by William Walton, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Frederick Delius and Malcolm Arnold.
These include the music of Frederick Delius and Ralph Vaughan Williams, but with underlying material in tribute to 18th century barogue music, which was Hawes's special subject at Durham University.
Elgar died in 1934, the same year that saw the death of two other great English composers - Gustav Holst and Frederick Delius.
In the various arts came Thomas Chippendale, J Arthur Rank, JB Priestley, Alan Bennett, Charles Laughton, Andrew Marvell, Ted Hughes, David Hckney, Henry Moore, Frederick Delius and John Barry.
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