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Their theme is "Sir Charles Villiers Stanford and Sir Edward Elgar in Malvern", a sequence of words, choral and instrumental music including Stanford's String Quartet no.3 in D minor, composed in Great Malvern.
Charles Villiers Stanford's Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in G Major, Op.
Chapter 1 explores the oratorio from the late eighteenth through the early twentieth centuries, centering on Joseph Haydn's Die Schopfung (The Creation), Felix Mendelssohn's Paulus, Robert Schumann's Das Paradies und die Peri, and Edward Elgar's Dream of Gerontius, while chapter 2 surveys notable part songs by Franz Schubert, Schumann, Mendelssohn, Johannes Brahms, Charles Villiers Stanford, C.
The 7.30pm concert will feature Charles Villiers Stanford's Fantasy No 1 for clarinet and strings, the Piano Quartet in A minor by Herbert Howells and Beethoven's Septet, opus 20.
CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD (1852-1924) was the first Irish composer whose work consistently demonstrates the clear use of traditional melody within a trained European aesthetic.
This performance includes works by Thomas Tallis, Pablo Casals, Thomas Attwood and Sir Charles Villiers Stanford. It takes in music from France, Latvia, Australia, England, Egypt and the United States that the UO Chamber Choir will perform in March at the American Choral Directors Association in Seattle.
1400-1900, by Dufay, Rameau, Josquin, John Sheppard, Byrd, JS Bach, CPE Bach, Michael Haydn, Mozart, Caspar Ett, Clara Schumann, Salomon Sulzer, Bruckner, Cesar Cui, Grieg, Rowland Huw Prichard, Sir Charles Villiers Stanford, Holst, Luise Le Beau, Wolf, Ingeborg von Bronsart, Parker, and Busoni.
Chapter Two tackles the most famous and prolific of Victorian poets, Alfred Lord Tennyson, and though Allis had his choice as to which composer to pair with Tennyson (Arthur Sullivan, Arthur Somervell, Hubert Parry, Edward Elgar, among others), he selected Charles Villiers Stanford, Irish composer and conductor best known for his choral works, who not only frequently used Tennyson as a source, but knew and admired him during his lifetime.
(32.) George Petrie (author), Charles Villiers Stanford (editor), The Complete Collection of Irish Music as Noted by G.
Among Percy's poems are Devon Men, which was published in Punch and set to music by Sir Charles Villiers Stanford; Cavalry in the French Vineyard; Rhymes of Golden Days, and In The Wake of the Sword.
Musicologists, composers, and organists from the UK and US consider his personal voice, including the influence of his composition professor Charles Villiers Stanford, his use of counterpoint in Take Him, Earth, for Cherishing, and the style of Six Pieces for Organ; his church music and solo songs, with discussion of his Collegium regale and the Gloucester Service and his use of melisma; his instrumental music, namely In Gloucestershire and the oboe and clarinet sonatas; his contribution to the development of a modern voice for British music through his piano concertos, the phantasy genre, and his late style; and the impact of his son's death on his life and work, with discussion of In Modo Elegiaco, the Cello Concerto, and Hymnus Paradisi.
The Bella Italia concert, part of the Halifax Festival, will also feature works by the English madrigalist John Wilbye and the romantic composer Charles Villiers Stanford, as well as two premieres - of music by University of Hudders-field masters student Josh Dibble and Italian composer Girolamo Deraco, who teaches composition at the University of Lucca in Tuscany.