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Jephtha (1751) was Handel's last oratorio. It does not have quite the dramatic sweep of Messiah or Israel in Egypt, but it contains many moments ...
If one imagined a more sensuous Elgar, a more vigorous Delius, a less rigorous Wagner, or a less morbid Mahler, one would have imagined the music of ...
One of the last operas produced in the twentieth century was Louis Andriessen's Writing to Vermeer, premiered at the Netherlands Opera on December 1, ...
This EMI reissue an album of pieces by British composer Thomas Ad?s, written while he was still in his 20s and 30s, features primarily vocal and ...
One generation's pornography is another generation's curiosity. Grenville Bantock's setting of his wife's dilations on Sappho entitled Sappho from ...
Elgar intended The Kingdom to be the centerpiece in a massive trilogy of oratorios. He completed the first, The Apostles, in 1903 and The Kingdom in ...
Known for his popular salon pieces, John Foulds was much less recognized for his large orchestral works, and few of these were played or published ...
The title of this collection of vocal music by Scottish composer Judith Weir refers only to the opening track, a song setting a non-animal-rights ...
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