Charles Villiers Stanford: Man and Musician Jeremy Dibble

ISBN: 9780198163831

Published: January 16th 2003

Hardcover

535 pages


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Charles Villiers Stanford: Man and Musician  by  Jeremy Dibble

Charles Villiers Stanford: Man and Musician by Jeremy Dibble
January 16th 2003 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 535 pages | ISBN: 9780198163831 | 5.29 Mb

Charles Villiers Stanford is invariably remembered as the teacher of many of Britains first generation of 20th-century composers, and as the author of many much-loved works for the Anglican liturgy. He was, however, a composer of great diversity andMoreCharles Villiers Stanford is invariably remembered as the teacher of many of Britains first generation of 20th-century composers, and as the author of many much-loved works for the Anglican liturgy.

He was, however, a composer of great diversity and vision. A symphonist, songwriter, and composer of the requiem Stabat Mater, Songs of the Sea, Songs of the Fleet, and the setting of Mary Coleridges The Blue Bird, he aspired most of all to be a successful operatic composer, though in this province of composition his fortunes were plagued by disappointment and neglect.



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