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Nocturnal – lute music from Dowland to Britten
Sexy Trippy All Moods. You get this contortion in the Passacagliaand those tremendous runs, then the whole thing sort of winds down into E major with that little run in the bass, very slow. What other major contemporary pieces do you guys like? I would love to sit down with Bream himself, and work through it although that may push his patience a bit too far! Home News Contacts Copyright. Jazz Latin New Age.
Analysis of Nocturnal op. 70 by Benjamin Britten
Deutsch Of all pre-twentieth century English songwriters, John Dowland has enjoyed the most powerful afterlife, his voice unmistakeably present in any version of his songs. This is down to the greatness of the music of course, but also because he wanted it that way. His Firste Booke of Songes or Ayres became the only lute-song book to be published in more than one edition, reaching an astonishing six. The extraordinary output of these fifteen years distilled the experiences of a long and varied musical life which took him from France through what is now Germany, Italy and Denmark and finally back to England and the court of James I. Printed prefaces gave him space to air his individual, sometimes truculent and always absolute musical opinions while detailing the injustices of his own life, the shortcomings of composer and performer rivals and the inadequacies of the late Elizabethan world in general. Our own age has responded to the romantic isolation of many of his songs, the individual voice alienated from his own society expressing many of our deepest anxieties.
Benjamin’s Britten’s Nocturnal Op. 70.
His love for Purcell is documented by Roseberry. Early English texts are used in the Serenade Op. Five Flower songs Op. Pivovar has compiled a list of such works, ranging the years
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