7 edition of A catalogue of the works of Sir Arnold Bax found in the catalog.
A catalogue of the works of Sir Arnold Bax
Includes bibliographical references (p. -377) and indexes.
|LC Classifications||ML134.B19 P33 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 412 p. :|
|Number of Pages||412|
|LC Control Number||98007972|
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The English composer Arnold Bax () is best known for his colourful tone-poems and symphonies. In his youth, as 'Dermot O'Byrne', he wrote Irish stories, poems, and plays; in.
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Summary Note: summary text provided by external source. Arnold Bax was born in into a prosperous middle-class family. He started writing music at the age of twelve, and by the end of his life he had produced seven symphonies, numerous tone-poems, overtures, ballet and film scores, concertos, chamber music, piano pieces, choral works, and morethan songs; he also wrote short stories.
There is an extensive bibliography, a full discography, and a complete listing of the composer's literary works and occasional writings. The result of many years of research, this catalogue is a major source of information about the composer whom Sibelius called 'one of the greatest men of our time' and 'my son in music'.
(source: Nielsen Book. Arnold Bax was born in into a prosperous middle-class family. He started writing music at the age of twelve, and by the end of his life he had produced seven symphonies, numerous tone-poems, overtures, ballet and film scores, concertos, chamber music, piano pieces, choral works, and more than songs; he also wrote short stories, plays and poetry under an Irish pseudonym.
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Sir Arnold Edward Trevor Bax KCVO (8 November – 3 October ) was an English composer, poet, and author. His prolific output includes songs, choral music, chamber pieces, and solo piano works, but he is best known for his orchestral music. Reviewed by Richard R.
Adams In Graham Parlett's magnificent new catalogue of Sir Arnold Bax's works, he questions whether a composer's importance can in some ways be determined by the number of publications devoted to that composer.
Using that criteria, he says Benjamin Britten would be considered a more important composer than Arnold Bax. The music of Sir Arnold Bax () Edited by David Parlett from the catalogue by Graham Parlett Nonet For flute, clarinet, oboe, harp, 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass, in two movements.
A delightful rearrangement of the unnumbered (but fourth) Violin Sonata of Winter Legends Arnold BAX. A Catalogue of the Works of Sir Arnold Bax.
by Graham Parlett. hardback £ ISBN Clarendon Press, Oxford Because I am late (very late - four years in fact) in reviewing this book many Bax enthusiasts will already have it. Those who are still dithering and who look for a lead let me now give it.
This article gives some details of the various catalogues of classical compositions that have come into general use. Opus A catalogue of the works of Sir Arnold Bax. Oxford: Clarendon Press. Lists all kinds of musical works by Biber, notwithstanding the book's title.
Non-thematic catalogue. William Billings: Kroeger, Karl (). Bax: Orchestral Works CHAN About Chandos. About Us; Chandos Records is one of the world's premier classical music record companies, best known for. BAX DISCOGRAPHY. Compiled by Graham Parlett (February ) This is a revised and updated version of the discography that first appeared as Appendix 3 in A Catalogue of the Works of Sir Arnold Bax (OUP, ).
There are three sections. BAXWORKS: The music of Sir Arnold Bax () Edited by David Parlett from the catalogue by Graham Parlett Nothing composed. Malta, G. Music for a flag-waving documentary by the Crown Film Unit. "I do not feel that air-raids.
Category:Bax, Arnold/Collections (The following text was automatically transcluded from Category:Bax, Arnold.) Works by this person are most likely not public domain within the EU and in those countries where the copyright term is life+70 years. Arnold Bax Explained. Sir Arnold Edward Trevor Bax (8 November – 3 October ) was an English composer, poet, and author.
His prolific output includes songs, choral music, chamber pieces, and solo piano works, but he is best known for his orchestral music. Sy Scholfield quotes the chronology in Graham Parlett's book, "A Catalogue of the Works of Sir Arnold Bax" (Oxford University, ): " Arnold Edward Trevor Bax born at a.m.
on Thursday, 8 November, at Heath Villa, Angles Road, Streatham, Surrey now called 13. Benjamin - Stevens - Panufni - Bax - Berkeley - Works for String Orchestra LE Having, in my review of Volume 9 of this series, recommended this Chandos recording as the ideal starting point for someone wishing to get to know Bax, I was surprised that I was unable to find any indication that it has ever been reviewed on MusicWeb.
I tried both search engines in vain, so it behoves me to expand on that brief recommendation. Feb 12, · The fifth disc in the Chandos Orchestral Works series of Arnold Bax presents four pieces of substantial length with three shorter works.
The first four tracks are all quite early, so early in fact that two of them don't really sound like the composer's usual style.5/5(2).
MS Mus. Student works of Arnold Bax: Works for horn and piano and for clarinet and piano by Sir Arnold Edward Trevor Bax, K.C.V.O., written while he was studying at the Royal Academy of Music; .
All autograph in ink, some with pencil an, British Library: creatorOf: Bax, Sir Arnold Edward Trevor, Lewis Foreman, Bax: A Composer and his Times JSMI, 2 (–7), p. 99 all these composers are now forgotten (with the exception of several works of Bantock) and totally unplayed.
In one or two cases there are certainly particular works by these composersCited by: 1.But in his time he was famed as an especially fine accompanist in concertos so perhaps he took his cue from Wallfisch.
In his extraordinarily thorough book "A Catalogue of the works of Sir Arnold Bax" Graham Parlett quotes the composer writing to cellist Beatrice Harrison; "Be careful not to let the beginning hang about rhapsodically.