Vaughan Williams

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Musical Voices of WWI (1914-18)
Vaughan-Williams, Stephan and Bliss
Ralph Vaughan Williams was already an established composer at the onset of the First World War. By 1914, he had created a considerable body of works, including two symphonies and various works for orchestra, an opera and a number of
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Composers and Their Poets: Ralph Vaughan Williams
The preeminent British composer Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958) set the model for British music in the 20th century: he wrote symphonies and for the cinema, he set lyrics by great authors and those little known.
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Unsung Concertos
Ralph Vaughan Williams: Piano Concerto in C major
The reputation of Ralph Vaughan Williams as the most important English composer of his generation squarely rests on his compositions for the operatic stage and the Concert Hall. These theatrical dramas and orchestral essays characteristically reference the landscapes, myths and
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Hear My Words – Choral Classics from St. John’s
Vaughan Williams: O taste and see Thomas Mullock, treble Andrew Nethsingha, conductor Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge From Hear My Words – Choral Classics from St. John’s (2010) Released by Chandos Vaughan Williams: O taste and see One of
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