• Corpus ID: 109013285

Before the Champions: Frederick Delius' Florida Suite for Orchestra

@inproceedings{Greene2011BeforeTC,
  title={Before the Champions: Frederick Delius' Florida Suite for Orchestra},
  author={M E Greene},
  year={2011}
}

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Frederick Delius in America.
  • The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 79,
  • 2010
The Road to Samarkand
  • 2009
While Spring and Summer Sang: Thomas Beecham and the Music of Frederick Delius
Contents: Preface 1907-1919: 'I am sure my music has never been played as well by anyone ...' 1920-1929: 'This Festival has been the time of my life.' 1930-1939: 'The clue, to my mind, lies in
A history and analysis of Frederick Delius
  • 2004
The collected writings of the German musicologist, Max Chop, on the composer Frederick Delius
The articles and monograph in translation biographies and organizations the original articles and monologue the extant correspondence between Chop and Delius Max Chop - a work-list an appreciation of
Wagner and the ‘Paradise Garden’: An Inter–Operatic Reference in Delius
What kind of contribution can a person make to the study of music for which they have no intuitive sympathy? Music which doesn't ‘click’ with them, which fails to generate a compelling affective
Frederick Delius : music, art, and literature
Carley, honorary archivist and adviser to the Delius Trust, has written previously about the peripatetic English-born composer (1862-1934) and his circle. Here Carley authors one of a dozen essays by
Frederick Delius.” In The New Grove: Twentieth-Century English Masters, edited by Stanley Sadie
  • 1986
A quest for innocence : the music of Frederick Delius 1885-1900
In this study a close examination of all the music of Delius's first fifteen years of creative work is undertaken for the first time. The author's aim has been to assess the intrinsic qualities of
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