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8 thoughts on “ Introduction And Allegro Op.47 (1905) - Edward Elgar*, Kamerorkest Sinfonia, Dirk Vermeulen - Werk Voor Strijkers . Music For Strings (CD)

  1. CLASH OF PARADIGMS Review of Harrison M. Wright, The Burden of the Present: Liberal and Radical Controversy over Southern African History. (Cape Town and London)1 by John Wright.
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  3. L'Allegro and Il Penseroso Hardcover – January 1, by John; H.M. O'Kane [Elston Press] Milton (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: John; H.M. O'Kane [Elston Press] Milton.
  4. L'Allegro — peering through the two aged oaks at the cottage chimney, watching Corydon and Thyrsis at their savory dinner, 'Which the neat-banded Phillis dresses,' attending a holiday with young and old, drinking the spicy ale while some one told of fairy Mab and the drudging Goblin — is the kinsman of Willy and Perigot, of Drayton's Batte.
  5. The composer adapted it from Milton's joyous youthful poems, L'Allegro and il Penseroso, and concluded it with Charles Jennens' ponderous doggerel, il Moderato. As music historian Paul Lang says, "it's difficult to follow apotheosis with homily." No matter. The music is glorious, witty, and persistently inventive, even when the text fails it.
  6. of King Edward VII, it’s also a reflection of personal tragedy, as well: Elgar had lost two close friends while working on the symphony. Listen for: A “sigh” motive in the woodwinds as the march draws to a close. It then becomes much more agitated, then the sigh motive reappears before we return to the opening march theme. EDWARD ELGAR.
  7. Introduction Story and History. It is tempting to imagine that History is actually a large, ancient Book with a leather cover kept in a damp and clandestine vault in which The History of the World is recorded and all we have to do is to find it and copy its chapters of Stories with the diligence that of a medieval monk.

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