Vaughan Williams

  • (noun): English composer influenced by folk tunes and music of the Tudor period (1872-1958).
    Synonyms: Ralph Vaughan Williams

Some articles on vaughan williams:

Bronx Opera
... Vaughan Williams – Hugh the Drover (1982, 1998) Vaughan Williams – The Poisoned Kiss (2012) Vaughan Williams – Sir John in Love (1978, 1988) ...
A Sea Symphony - Music - Influences
... during the same era and in the same country, Vaughan Williams studied with both Stanford and Parry at the Royal College of Music, and his preparations for ... Vaughan Williams studied with Ravel for three weeks in Paris in 1908 ... handed down through Stanford and Parry at the RCM, and perhaps began to give Vaughan Williams a greater sense for colour and a freedom to move chords as block units ...
Salomon V A Salomon & Co Ltd - Judgment - Court of Appeal
... The Court of Appeal confirmed Vaughan Williams J's decision against Mr Salomon, though on the grounds that Mr ... it does not follow that the order made by Vaughan Williams J ... The company in this case has been regarded by Vaughan Williams J ...
Choral Symphony - Relation of Words and Music - Musical Treatment of Text
... Vaughan Williams' program note for A Sea Symphony discusses how the text was to be treated as music ... This fluidity helped facilitate the non-narrative, symphonic treatment of text that Vaughan Williams had in mind ... Vaughan Williams was not the only composer following a non-narrative approach to his text ...
Ballets By Ralph Vaughan Williams - Recordings
... Vaughan Williams enjoyed an extensive recorded legacy ... Several other foreign conductors have also recorded individual Vaughan Williams symphonies Dimitri Mitropoulos and Leonard Bernstein both recorded the Fourth Symphony with the New York ... of the Ninth Symphony, given by Leopold Stokowski in Carnegie Hall in 1958 'In Memoriam Vaughan Williams' has also been released on CD by Cala Records ...

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