Delius - A Mass Of Life Record 1 mp3 flac
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Album · 2012 · 14 Songs. A Mass of Life: Part I: In dein Auge schaute ich jungst (Chorus, Tenor, Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano, Baritone). By Frederick Delius & Friedrich Nietzsche - David Hill, Alan Opie, Catherine Wyn-Rogers, Janice Watson, Andrew Kennedy, Bach Choir & Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. 4. A Mass of Life: Part I: Wehe mir! (Baritone, Chorus).
While in Florida, Delius had his first composition published, a polka for piano called Zum Carnival. In late 1885 he left a caretaker in charge of Solano Grove and moved to Danville, Virginia. Thereafter he pursued a wholly musical career. An advertisement in the local paper announced, "Fritz Delius will begin at once giving instruction in Piano, Violin, Theory and Composition.
1904–05: A Mass of Life (text by Friedrich Nietzsche). 1906: Concerto for piano and orchestra (with revised first movement). A definitive catalogue of the works of Delius was produced by Robert Threlfall in 1977, and a supplement to it in 1986. It is abbreviated as RT. The Threlfall sectioning is a categorization where works are assigned nominal numbers according to a roman-numeric genre numbering scheme.
However, A Mass of Life is more a secular oratorio than a mass, and the texts from Nietzsche's Also sprach Zarathustra firmly put this gigantic work in the Zeitgeist of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Agitato ma moderato) from Frederick Delius's A Mass of Life, Prelude and Idyll and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. A Mass of Life, Prelude and Idyll. Delius; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, David Hill. Do you know the lyrics for this track?
Play full-length songs from Delius: A Mass of Life by Janice Watson on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster. Delius: A Mass of Life.
Show 9 remaining tracks for Delius: A Mass of Life. Part I: Wehe mir! (Baritone, Chorus). Long an admirer of Nietzsches poetry, Frederick Delius composed A Mass of Life while at the height of his powers, blending passages from Also Sprach Zarathustra into orchestral textures of great expressive depth and striking beauty.
Delius - A Mass of Life; Requiem. From the first bars of the Requiem and Mass of Life, it’s evident that only Delius could have composed this music: his palette is unique. Inspiration is his (just listen to the transition between ‘Our Days here are as One Day’ and ‘Alleluia’ – that’s impressive). That being said, once one is inside this idiom, there’s little variation.
Artists Frederick Delius A Mass of Life, Prelude and Idyll A Mass of Life: Part I: IV. Wehe mir! (Agitato ma moderato). A Mass of Life: Part I: III. In dein Auge schaute ich jüngst (Andante tranquillo con dolcezza). A Mass of Life: Part I: V. Nacht ist es (Andante molto tranquillo). A Mass of Life: Part II: Auf den Bergen (Andante).
|B2||Introduction - No.1|
- Composed By – Frederick Delius
- Conductor – Sir Thomas Beecham
- Orchestra – The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
- Words By – Nietzsche*
NotesWords selected from Nietzche's "Also Sprach Zarathustra"
(Sung in German)
Record 1 of a set of 2 with separate sleeves and cat numbers
Includes 16 page booklet with libretto in German and English