Oxfam Bookshop Lymington Job, an Oratorio by Hubert Parry plus The Golden Legend by Sullivan. Leather bound personal copy of both works in Novello and Ewar editions with gilt edges and titles c. 1900. Marbled endpapers. Wear to spine ends, edges and corners. Hinge beginning to crack, the rest of the binding is good and all contents clean. See Oxfam website for delivery information.
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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.Sir Arthur Sullivan Born in London in 1842, Arthur Sullivan trained at the Chapel Royal, the Royal Academy of Music and the Leipzig Conservatoire. His incidental music to Shakespeare’s The Tempest made him an overnight celebrity when it was performed at the Crystal Palace in 1862. He went on to compose in practically every musical genre: oratorio, cantata, symphony, concerto, ceremonial.The Golden Legend, one of a number of dramatic cantatas Arthur Sullivan composed apart from the famous Gilbert and Sullivan operettas, was enormously popular during his lifetime. Based on Longfellow’s poem of the same name (in an adaptation by Joseph Bennett), The Golden Legend relates the tale of Prince Henry, who suffers from a painful illness, curable only by the sacrifice of a young.
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Oxfam Shop Darley Street The Golden Legend, adapted from the poem of Longfellow by Joseph Bennett. the pianoforte arrangement by Berthold Tours Sullivan, Arthur Seymour Published by Novello and Company Ltd (1886) Used Hardcover Item Description: Novello and Company Ltd, 1886. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. Good clear condition copy. Undated but similar to those printed in 1886. Red textured.
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.
Arthur Sullivan, of Gilbert and Sullivan fame, started writing The Golden Legend whilst living in Camberley; the site of his house is now occupied by A Shoemaker a Gentleman (1,283 words) (view diff) exact match in snippet view article find links to article.
Arthur Sullivan. Sullivan as a chorister of the Chapel Royal, circa 1855. Sullivan at age 16, in his Academy of Music uniform. Colleagues and collaborators: clockwise from top left, George Grove, F. C. Burnand, Richard D'Oyly Carte, W. S. Gilbert. Early poster showing scenes from The Sorcerer, H.M.S. Pinafore and Trial by Jury. Scenes from the premiere of The Golden Legend at the Leeds Music.
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Sullivan considered The Golden Legend his greatest achievement in serious music, and in his lifetime it was an unquestioned success. The work was given over three hundred times between 1886 and the end of the nineteenth century. At one point, Sullivan actually refused to authorize performances in and around London, as it had become dangerously over-exposed.
Golden Legend 1889 Dundee Amateur Choral Union Read more about the opera Golden Legend. Sullivan's Golden Legend achieved instant popularity and soon had performances throughout the country, with eminent soloists taking the leading roles. Scottish baritone Andrew Black enjoyed a major concert career, and Lucifer became a part he sang frequently.
Sullivan: The Golden Legend. BBC Radio 3, 15 March 1986 19.30. Synopsis. Edit Submit Cancel We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it. direct from the Town Hall. Leeds Sheila Armstrong (soprano) Sarah Walker (contralto) Robert Tear (tenor) Richard Van Allan.
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