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Appalachia, variations on an old slave song, with final chorus

Frederick Delius

Appalachia, variations on an old slave song, with final chorus

by Frederick Delius

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Published by Boosey & Hawkes in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music,
  • Variations (Orchestra),
  • Scores,
  • Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices) with orchestra,
  • Folk songs,
  • African Americans,
  • Instrumental settings

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFrederick Delius
    SeriesHawkes pocket scores -- 41, Hawkes pocket scores -- 41.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 miniature score (117 p.)
    Number of Pages117
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26893470M
    OCLC/WorldCa2015678

    Appalachia* Variations on an Old Slave Song with Final Chorus () [] The Song of the High Hills for chorus and orchestra () [] Olivia Robinson (soprano) ; Christopher Bowen (tenor) ; Andrew Rupp (baritone)* BBC Symphony Chorus BBC . [5] Rehearsing Appalachia (VII) [6] -[22] Appalachia - Variations on an Old Slave Song with final chorus (rev. & ed. Beecham) Ambrosian Singers (chorus master: John McCarthy) Hallé Orchestra/Sir John Barbirolli CD 3 [] [1] Paris - The Song of a great City Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Charles Mackerras.

    Appalachia, Variations on an old Slave Song with final chorus (; ) [] Sea Drift for Baritone Solo, Mixed Chorus and Orchestra () - Words by Walt Whitman [].   And a part of it was this idea of coming back to Florida and having Florida musicians present the music," Bass explains. That idea has just been released as a new recording featuring two rarely heard works by Frederick Delius, Appalachia: Variations on an Old Slave Song with Final Chorus, and the symphonic poem, Sea Drift.

    A typical example of the extraordinary demands made on the chorus during the Proms each year was the succession of works performed during that season: in addition to the Penderecki, Mahler's Second Symphony, Walton's Belshazzar's Feast, Liszt's Faust Symphony, Berlioz's Grande Messe des Morts, Delius's Appalachia, Vaughan Williams's Serenade to. Appalachia, Variations on an Old Slave Song, with final Chorus, for large orchestra - reworking, begun this year, of the American Rhapsody of A Village .


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Appalachia, variations on an old slave song, with final chorus by Frederick Delius Download PDF EPUB FB2

Appalachia. Variations on an old Slave Song with final Chorus. [Full Score, with Analysis.] (Hawkes Pocket Scores) Hardcover – January 1, Author: Frederick Delius. Appalachia – Variations on an Old Slave Song with Final Chorus [Revised and edited by Sir Thomas Beecham] Appalachia from inspired by black workers at a tobacco factory singing an old slave song, and the second fromThe Song of the High Hills inspired by those annual trips to Norway.

The Song of the High Hills is once again. Variations on an Old Slave Song with Final Chorus for baritone, chorus and orchestra. Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America Appalachia: Variations on an Old Slave Song: Finale: Oh, honey, I am going down the river (arr.

Browse: Delius - Appalachia (Variations on an old slave song) This page lists all recordings of Appalachia (Variations on an old slave song) by Frederick Delius ().

Showing 1. Variations on an Old Slave Song with final chorus Variationen über with final chorus book altes Sklavenlied mit Schlusschor für grosses Orchester Composer Delius, Frederick: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. RT II/2 With final chorus book Number I-Cat. IFD 2 Year/Date of Composition Y/D of Comp.

First Perf ormance. Octo Elberfeld, Hans Haym conducting. The work is subtitled "Variations on an Old Slave Song with Final Chorus for baritone, chorus, and orchestra," and everything about it is intriguingly confused.

Florida is not part of Appalachia. Nor is the Mississippi River delta, which Delius claimed was the inspiration. Such extensive travelling provided much inspiration for Delius’s music. This excellent release from Chandos includes two works from two periods of his life, Appalachia from inspired by black workers at a tobacco factory singing an old slave song, and the second fromThe Song of the High Hills inspired by those annual trips to Norway.

In this case, he used a black folk melody as the basis of this large set of variations, including a chorus which is mostly wordless until it reaches a poignant song of separation at the end. The work is misty in outlines and effect; the variations are an uninterrupted flow of sweetly harmonized melody, appealing to the senses and unavoidably.

Apalachia – Variations On An Old Slave Song With Final Chorus: Theme (Andante) Apalachia – Variations On An Old Slave Song With Final Chorus: Variation 1 Apalachia – Variations On An Old Slave Song With Final Chorus: Var. 2 (Moderato) Apalachia – Variations On An Old Slave Song With Final Chorus: Var.

3 (Piu vivo)   The work is subtitled “Variations on an Old Slave Song with Final Chorus for baritone, chorus, and orchestra,” and everything about it is intriguingly confused.

Florida is not part of Appalachia. Nor is the Mississippi River delta, which Delius claimed was the inspiration for the work, but which he apparently never saw.

Genre/Form: Scores: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Delius, Frederick, Appalachia, variations on an old slave song, with final chorus. Rehearsing Appalachia: Appalachia - Variations On An Old Slave Song With Final Chorus Score Editor [Revised & Edited By] – Sir Thomas Beecham: Introduction: Molto Moderato - Tranquillo - Poco Più Vivo Ma Moderato: Theme: Andante: Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Delius: Appalachia; Sea Drift - Stefan Sanderling, Florida Orchestra, Tampa Bay Master Chorale, Leon Williams on AllMusic Appalachia, variations on an old slave song with final chorus.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.[5] Rehearsing Appalachia (VII) [6] -[22] Appalachia - Variations on an Old Slave Song with final chorus (rev. & ed. Beecham) Ambrosian Singers (chorus master: John McCarthy) Hallé Orchestra/Sir John Barbirolli CD 3 [] [1] Paris - The Song of a great City Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Charles Mackerras/5(35).