Arnold Bax - The Garden Of Fand / Tintagel / Northern Ballad No. 1 / Mediterranean album download
|A1||Symphonic Poem, Tintagel||13:12|
|A2||Northern Ballad No. 1||9:52|
|B1||Symphonic Poem, The Garden Of Fand||16:19|
- Conductor – Sir Adrian Boult
- Orchestra – The London Philharmonic Orchestra
|SRCS. 62, SRCS.62||Bax* - London Philharmonic Orchestra* • Sir Adrian Boult||Bax* - London Philharmonic Orchestra* • Sir Adrian Boult - The Garden Of Fand / Tintagel / Northern Ballad No. 1 / Mediterranean (LP)||Lyrita Recorded Edition, Lyrita Recorded Edition||SRCS. 62, SRCS.62||UK||1972|
|MHS 1769||Sir Arnold Bax*, The London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult||Sir Arnold Bax*, The London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult - Symphonic Poem, Tintagel | Northern Ballad No. 1 | Symphonic Poem, The Garden Of Fand | Mediterranean (LP)||Musical Heritage Society||MHS 1769||US||Unknown|
This 5-CD set includes all seven symphonies by Arnold Bax (1883-1953), the familiar tone poem Tintagel, and the Rogue's Comedy Overture in its premier recording. It also features Vernon Handley in two interviews-one with Lewis Foreman in the booklet, one with Andrew McGregor on the final disc. my music is the expression of emotional states.
A1. Symphonic Poem, Tintagel. A2. Northern Ballad No. 1. 9:52. B1. Symphonic Poem, The Garden Of Fand. Conductor – Sir Adrian Boult. Orchestra – The London Philharmonic Orchestra. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Northern Ballad No.
Tintagel is probably Bax's most popular work, and the entry point to his oeuvre for many a listener. It was composed in a passionate blur after Bax and his mistress, the pianist Harriet Cohen, ran away to Cornwall in 1917. His own romantic situation, the dramatic Cornish coastline and the majestic ruins of Tintagel castle sparked resonances for Bax with his beloved Wagner's Tristan und Isolde – which of course is based on an ancient Cornish legend and is as Celtic a love story as you will find
The Garden of Fand (1913, orch. Prelude for a Solemn Occasion (Northern Ballad No. 3) (1927, orch. Violin Sonata No. 1 (1910). Legend, for violin and piano, in one movement (1915). 2 (1915, revised 1922). Ballad, for violin and piano (1916). 3 (1927). Ballad, for violin and piano (1929). I Fear Thy Kisses Gentle Maiden (Shelley) (1906). Magnificat (St. Luke . 6-55) (1906). The Blessed Damozel (Rossetti) (1906).
Listen to music from Arnold Bax like Tintagel, Spring Fire: IV. Woodland Love - Romance & more. Sir Arnold Edward Trevor Bax, KCVO (8 November 1883 - 3 October 1953), was an English composer and poet. His musical style blended elements of Romanticism and Impressionism, always with a strong Celtic influence. His orchestral scores are noted for their complexity and colourful instrumentation.
Bax: Northern Ballad No. 10:09. London Philharmonic Orchestra. Bax: The Garden of Fand.
Symphonic Poem - The Garden of Fand 16:37. 1 10:10. Symphonic Poem - November Woods 18:36. Symphonic Poem - Tintagel 13:27. All songs from Bax: Orchestral Tone Poems. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Sir Arnold Bax: Symphony No. 6, Irish Landscape, Overtures, 2007. Irish Landscape 07:28. Overture: Work in Progress 08:18. Overture to Adventure 09:28. All songs from Sir Arnold Bax: Symphony No. 6, Irish Landscape, Overtures. Sir John Barbirolli - Sir John Barbirolli Conducts English Music, 2008. Symphony No. 3 In C - Second Movement: Lento 12:38. What the Minstrel told us Ballad for Piano 08:56. In a Vodka Shop for Piano 03:07. Two Russian Tone Pictures for Piano: I. Nocturne 09:07. Two Russian Tone Pictures for Piano: II. Gopak 04:52.