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Compositeur: Delius, Frederick (1862-1934)

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Année de naissance1862
Année du décès1934
NationalitéRoyaume-uni
ÉpoqueRomantique
décembre 2019
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LondresThe Magic of Christmas

The Magic of Christmas
Finzi, Warlock, Vaughan Williams, Delius
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Hilary Davan Wetton; Julia Doyle; William Dazeley; City of London Choir

HerfordAbonnementkonzert

Tchaïkovski, Poulenc, Delius, Prokofiev
Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie; Yves Abel

Bad SalzuflenAbonnementkonzert

Tchaïkovski, Poulenc, Delius, Prokofiev
Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie; Yves Abel

Bad OeynhausenAbonnementkonzert

Tchaïkovski, Poulenc, Delius, Prokofiev
Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie; Yves Abel

GüterslohAbonnementkonzert

Tchaïkovski, Poulenc, Delius, Prokofiev
Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie; Yves Abel
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Jordan de Souza © Brent Calis
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Anna-Maria Helsing © Kasper Dalkarl
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Mark Wigglesworth © Sim Canetty-Clarke
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Biographie

Frederick Delius (1862 – 1934) is generally considered to be a truly international composer, having lived and worked across Europe and America - in Germany, France, Norway and Florida - and much of his music is inspired by the literature and natural world of these surroundings.

Although pastoral miniatures, such as On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring and The walk to the Paradise Garden, are today probably most popular with listeners, the composers’ output is in fact much more diverse, with a wealth of compositions that include concertos, operas, chamber works, symphonic poems and dances, a Mass, and a Requiem.

His impressionistic and rhapsodic style is truly unique, often creating a special atmosphere from the very first bar, and can be characterized by individual orchestration and use of chromatic harmony. His compositional output offers the listener rich soundscapes; from African-American spiritual music to the vast stillness of snow-covered mountains.

Delius was one of the most important British composers working in the early years of the 20th Century during the re-flowering and divergence of British music, socialising with many of the influential writers and artists of the time including Gauguin, Strindberg and Munch, and cultivating significant musical friendships with composers Edward Grieg and Percy Grainger which were to last his lifetime.

From 1907 his works were increasingly championed by the conductor Sir Thomas Beecham, helping to establish him as a leading British composer between the wars. In spite of ailing health he was to continue composing into old age, finally, with the extraordinary collaboration of his amanuensis, Eric Fenby, to whom a number of late master-works were dictated.

Many composers and musicians - from Duke Ellington to Ernest Moeran and Kate Bush - have acknowledged the influence of Delius on their work, not least composers from the world of jazz, and many a film director has turned to his music for use in documentaries and films.

www.delius.org.uk