Sir Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900) is one of the most prolific composers of the Victorian age whose work is perhaps unfairly best remembered for his comic operettas with librettist W. S. Gilbert. Between 1775 and 1789 Gilbert and Sullivan’s satirical operettas commissioned by Richard D’Oyly Carte and produced in his purpose built Savoy theatre were the talk of London and are still produced.
The Golden Legend by Arthur Sullivan. Novello's Edition. 137 pages. No dust jacket. Red cloth with gilt lettering. Pages are slightly tanned with gilt to text block edges, slight cracking to front hinge and foxing within. Light thumbing included and inscription to the ffep. Binding is firm with light corner bumping and warping to the soiled boards. Spine has light shelf wear. Why buy from.
A Private Buffoon Sullivan, Sir Arthur (1842-1900), English: Roberts, Joseph: 00:03:01: All This Night Bright Angels Sing Sullivan, Sir Arthur (1842-1900), English.Arthur SULLIVAN The Golden Legend Janice Watson, Jean Rigby, Mark Jeffrey Black, Jonathan Brown London Chorus New London Orchestra cond. Ronald Corp Rec 2001 HYPERION CDA 67280 (2 CDs for price of one) BUY NOW. AmazonUK AmazonUS.Probably the most important area of our work is the promotion of high quality complete recordings of Sullivan's major works. In recent years these have included The Golden Legend, The Prodigal Son and The Contrabandista on the Hyperion label and, in 2010, Sullivan's romantic opera Ivanhoe on Chandos, conducted by David Lloyd-Jones. The.
Sullivan, A: The Golden Legend. Hyperion: CDA67280. Buy download online. Janice Watson (soprano), Jean Rigby (mezzo soprano), Mark Wilde (tenor), Jeffrey Black (baritone), Jonathan Brown (tenor) The New London Orchestra, The London Chorus, Ronald Corp.
Arthur Sullivan: A Musical Reappraisal. Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900) was Victorian Britain's most celebrated and popular composer, whose music to this day reaches a wider audience than that of any of his contemporaries.
Sullivan’s infrequent serious pieces during the 1880s included two cantatas, The Martyr of Antioch (1880) and The Golden Legend (1886), his most popular choral work. He also wrote incidental music for West End productions of several Shakespeare plays and held conducting and academic appointments. Sullivan’s only grand opera, Ivanhoe, though initially successful in 1891, has rarely been.
Sullivan, Arthur, 1842-1900. Golden legend (Album leaf). The golden legend (album leaf): manuscript in the hand of Lillian Nordica, 1889 May 21.
The golden legend. (Arthur Sullivan, Sir; Janice Watson; Jean Rigby; Mark Wilde; Jonathan Brown; Jeffrey Black; Ronald Corp; London Chorus.; New London Orchestra.) Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you.
SIR ARTHUR SEYMOUR SULLIVAN was the first holder of the Mendelssohn scholarship at the Royal Academy of Music. His principal ambition was to be a serious composer -- thus the success of his collaboration with Gilbert did not satisfy him. Despite many serious compositions (the oratorios such as The Golden Legend and Kenilworth, and the grand opera Ivanhoe ), only the operettas remain popular.
In the 1880s, Sullivan was appointed principal conductor of the Leeds Triennial Musical Festival, for which he wrote 'The Martyr of Antioch' and 'The Golden Legend'. During his lifetime, the latter was second in popularity only to Handel's 'Messiah'. In 1883, he was knighted by Queen Victoria, for whom he had written several pieces. Despite suffering from painful kidney stones in the last.
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The Golden Legend by Arthur Sullivan Hardcover, Published 2009 by Bibliolife ISBN-13: 978-1-103-81439-8, ISBN: 1-103-81439-7 Ruddigore, or, The Witch's Curse (1st Edition).
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