Alan Bush: A Source Book by Stewart R, Professor Craggs PDF

Alan Bush: A Source Book by Stewart R, Professor Craggs PDF

By Stewart R, Professor Craggs

ISBN-10: 0754608948

ISBN-13: 9780754608943

ISBN-10: 0754684059

ISBN-13: 9780754684053

Born in 1900, Alan Bush, the English composer, conductor and pianist, studied with Corder and Matthay, and privately with John eire. He used to be appointed professor of concord and composition on the Royal Academy of song in 1925, a put up he held until eventually 1978. In 1929-31, he persisted to review at Berlin college and had piano classes with Moiseiwitsch and Schnabel. the current resource booklet records his works (many of which mirror his Communist sympathies) and the various preparations of song through different composers. A wealth of element is equipped, together with revealed ratings, CD recordings, bibliographical fabric and manuscript ratings and their destinations, nearly all of which were deposited lately within the British Library through the Bush relatives. A chronology of the composer's lifestyles attracts on many assets together with letters and scrapbooks.

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2. 3. Ground bass: Con moto moderato ma deciso [2ƍ 03Ǝ] Canon: Andante con moto [2ƍ16Ǝ] Fugue: Maestoso [4ƍ 02Ǝ] First performance: London, Amen House (OUP), 10 March 1933 Members of the Chelsea String Quartet Unpublished Manuscript: British Library, London. MS. Mus. 352, ff. 51-75: Score in ink. Dated September-November 1931. Parts in ink with bowing marks in pencil Recordings: Dutton CDLX 7130 (2002) N. Liddell (violin) and E. ) QUESTION AND ANSWER Song for mixed chorus (SATB) and piano Text: G.

5. Introduction: Sechs Schritte her, sechs Schritte hin, Ohne Sinn (AB)(Andante lentamente) Song: Die Dinge, die erst Feindlich zu dir Schauen (AB) (Andantino piacevole) Interlude: Sechs Schritte her, sechs Schritte hin, Ohne Sinn (AR) (Poco gravamente) Song: Über mir aug dem Holzrahmen des halbgeoeffneten Gitterfensters (AR) (Andante) Epilogue: Sechs Schritte her, sechs Schritte hin, Ohne Sinn (AB) (Grave) Duration: 10ƍ First (private) performance: London, Duke’s Hall (Royal Academy of Music), 12 October 1939 Anne Wood (mezzo-soprano) and Alan Bush (piano) First public performance: London, Conway Hall, 15 December 1939 Anne Wood (mezzo-soprano) and Alan Bush (piano) Publication: Forsyth Brothers Ltd.

Note: A Song of the Peace-Lovers for baritone, mixed chorus (SATB) and piano may also have been written by Bush for this pageant to a text by Randall Swingler (BL MS Mus. 424, ff. 67-70) Later movements of the Festival included arrangements of It’s a Long Way to Tipperary, Keep the Home Fires Burning, The Land it is the Landlords, People of England and We’re Low AGAINST THE PEOPLE’S ENEMIES For baritone solo, mixed chorus (SATB) and piano Text: Randall Swingler First performance: London, Conway Hall, 15 December 1939 Martin Lawrence (baritone), combined WMA Choirs and Alan Bush (piano) Publication: Workers Music Association.

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